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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jPgrpji - yv- jJ - v - -- v 3 W rf fupn WYwSff Rfn r - I qr fwjn- - m XJtlJjj VOL 59rT TtTT v Ftr WrCT t- I t rni j iniiiiii-nL- NT f IHMWnil WrfaWAigHttlUrM r BEEOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY XVIII vent Mr Jets Trent their girls JUNE 13 1894 NO 47 SIR KNIGHTS A from going to seo GE So iGAOSS IS RIGHT rJ-X- - Groat Gathoring of tho Knights of Pythias V Will That at Bo Wash- Â¬ ington Thousands of tho Uniformed Rank Will March in Lino August 27th A GREAT ENCAMPMENT Preaching here every second Suuday Wo hope the people will cnuio out and bo mom prompt In attendauco thanUhpy linvo been K Corn looks very bad now on account of tho cold weather Sonic farmers have had to plant their corn over again on ac ncount of cut worms Miss Ivy Board passed through town lost Sunday on her way homo from Hardlnsburt where she has been visit Â¬ ing relatives for sometimo Mr and Mrs J W Parr of Clifton Mill was visiting her parents last Satur- Â¬ Ssoveral of their day and Sunday friends called to see them Sunday Our bachelors here havo nqt learned to cook any thing yet but meat and bread but Mr John says ho thinks he will have pie when ho gets his BerryMrs Charley Alexander or Gttnnjv as sho Is usually called Is visiting rela- Â¬ tives here now sho Is very old and feeble and we hope sho will bolmproved in health by her visit Dr Meador was called to tho bedside Mr Dick Pumph of his brother-in-lary who is in n very dangorous condition on nccount of broken bones and also to visit Mr Hnwkin Smiths child who is very ill with brain fever Married May the 24th at thoi residence of the brides father Mr W 0 Butlor Miss Lydia Butler to Mr John Butler iydges YosttidPryor - IVORY if Â¬ yAboul thAdjutaatGonoral-ship- RACKET STORE Tho tallow candle the ox team tho flint lock and tho old sweat book are relics of Express Provisions In tho Constitution Which Make Him blo To the Office Courier Journal JIIVUMP l lie Tho old dead system of oppression and destruction has had its centuries of wrong to run -- Ag of Marches abreast with science in her onward sweep 3Mexcsi ntile 3PzogrxessIorL7 ages gono by EIIqI h i i V U l V Tl Washington Juuo 3 Tho biennial convention ot tho Supremo Lodge and tho biennial encampment of the Uni- Â¬ form Bank Knights of Pythias will convene at Washington on Monday August 27 Tho popular features of the event will be tho sessions of thu Supiemo Lodge the street parade and review by Presi Â¬ dent Cleveland of the Uniform Hank tho dress parado on tho Whlto lot a competitive drill between about forty five Infantry and cavalry divisions of tho Uniform Hank and u ball and reception Incursions to ut Convention Hall various points about tho city have also been urranged Preparations for tho event aro being hurried through by the local committee The Kxecutivo Com- Â¬ mittee has announced that the encainp- ment fund muBt bo 00000 and that a Mayett thou live In Joy forever large per cent of this fund has been Naught Iroin thee true pleasure seter subscribed It is estimated tlint 13000 1rom they hart rise no sigh uniformed knights will visit Washington And no tear bedew thine ee and that thu number of other visitors Joy be many care be few Smoothe the path thou halt pcrsuc It is will be between 150000 to -- 00000 And Heaven richest blessing shine understood that tho railroads will re- Â¬ Kvcr on both thee and thine duce their faro one half Washington Kroni another correspondent members of tho order aro enthusiastic Arc you going to the show at Clover over tho prospects and tho citizens feel port camp Tho n lively Interest in tho affair Hev J B Galloway fills his regular will occupy thirty acres of tho Mall and appointment hero every second Sunday Washing Â¬ will form a square around tho Mr and Mrs L G Marr and Mr and ton monument Tents will bo provided Mrs H II Penick visited Mr and Mrs for 18000 men Tubal Board Sunday JIIMTAKY CASHS TO Tlio camp streets will bo named after tho States and military rules of camp life will piovail Col John M Wilson Commissioner of Public liuildings and Grounds lias orderul tlint signs and insignia of t lie order shall be wrought in lit KsrAIlMSIlEI i i r S J k - V5 dowers and plants hi tho parks oftho city Hundreds of lettois arc being received dally from branches of tho Knights of Pythias throughout tho country Wash- Â¬ ington is tho birth city of tho order the first lodge having been organized hero in February 1854 Tho strength of the Knights of Pythias in tho District of Columbia is 1400 and In tho United States ovor 600000 Tho Uniform Hank lias an enrollment of over 40000 The list of entries so far made for the com- Â¬ petitive drill Is as follows Infantry Excelsior division No 42 Indiana Parkorsburg division No 2 West Virginia Marion division No 25 Indiana Springfield division No C Ohio Ortygia division No 10 New York Lillio division No 10 Iowa Hart division No 20Iowa Hampton division No 38 Iowa Kansas City division No 3 Missouri Provost division No 1 Mis Â¬ souri Louisville division No 1 Ken- Â¬ tucky Galaxy division No 38 Kansas Lebanon division No 05 Ohio Term Haute division No 3 Indiana 1ercivalo division No 11 Alabama Now Albany division No 5 Indiana Ashland divis Â¬ ion No 5 New Tork First battalllon Second regiment Ohio John Barr Glen division No 10 Wisconsin Harmony divisipn No 14 Connecticut Queon City division No 5 Colorado Pough keepsio division No 24 New York Yellow Cross division Noi85 OhloJJ 7 IJirtli Is nnl irinnt fllilst Vf nn iliifioinrta No lg Indiana Oak division No 20J Soino of Custers young gallants took all thow orld to them to the picnic at Center View last Saturday Miss May Claycomb aud brother of Irvington were the guests of Miss Mattie Meador Saturday and Sunday mIIusIiI Jlisten that sounds like tho melodious voice of Mr C A Penick singing his favorite song Carrie Im waiting How happy I could be with cither wcro tother dear charmer away is the pet phrase of ono of our young gentle Â¬ men Why is this Coral It seems to those that are so anxiously awaiting to hear those wedding bells that Miss Fannie Harrington nover will kneel at the Hymeneal altar by George Hosetta wake up we like to read your spicy items Tell Mr Herbert Head to bring forth his Tiola inethinks I can almost hear thoso soft enchantingstrains of music now Mr flatten Websters hat is generally My Jack got known as My Jack misplaced last week nnd Mr Hattens faco is a beautiful brown owing to the absence of My Jack Suspence is dreadful but if some of our Western boys could have seen those angelic smiles bestowed upon thoso who happened to bo tho honored ones Sunday oyening they would have Do you tltought suspenco preferable hear S J B and D II what a queer looking fe Bachelors hall V1uHU la Vaar tro frnm qIMi all the days of my life Only to think what a burning disgrace it is nover at all to bo getting ft wife 01ifloJ Shame on you Sirocco put some wood in tho stove and takoofl thatoMgreasyapronlet the churn dasher cease for a moment wipe your cojn ana listen j - Ohio Toledo division No35 Ohio Hartlngs division No 10 Michigan Sam Houston division No 3 Texas Canton division No 38 Ohio Kalama Â¬ Michigan Logan di- Â¬ zoo division No vision No 20 Indiana H M Duunell division No 47 Pennsylvania Austin division No 14 New York Mason City division No 31 Iowa Cavalry Buckeye troop Ohioflannor Hussars Illinois Hussar division No 31 Iowa D D Hums division No 43 Missouri First regiment Indiana 1 You tnayllve without poetry music and art You triay Ifve without conscience live without heart You may live without friends books Ilut civilised man cannot live without cooks WK THINK live without v k The Spring-- Medicine All run down from tho weakening effects of warm weather you neodngood tonic and blood purifier like Hoods Snr Do not put oflf taking it Baparllla Numerous little ailments if neglected will soon break up tho system Tako Hoods Sarsaparllla riow to expel dlseaso and give you strength and appetite Hoods Pkls are the best family cathartic and liver medicine Hurmless rellablo euro Tlint we cau hear the distant chime of wedding bells That Ben Harned Is very much attach- Â¬ ed tolils not Lyon That Messrs John and Tom Harring- Â¬ ton will havo pio when John gets bis Berry at home Thatsomoof our boys aro favorably impressed with Miss Kuda Board she makes such cheap bread That Mr- - Gilbert Pile surely was stuck on that Board and it roust have been with Rocky Mountain Grip That Miss Fannie Harned has one1 of There is the best beaux we evor kriow not a thing between him and Heaven not oven a halrf JLTIiat the dear old Bufckenuiikib News Is thebest county paper wo over read and wo anxiously await its coming each week So much has been said about the eligi- Â¬ bility of Gen A J Gross to tho ollico of Adjutant General after having been elected a member of tho State Senate that a reporter yesterday obtained tho opinion of Judgo William Yost of tho Superior Court who was passing through jlfeqilyfhen asked If a member of tho General Assembly is eligible to havo theollictpfjAljutant General bo said Unquestionably he is Thero is no inhibition in the Constitution against it On the other hand thero is an express provision which makes him eligible In section 1G5 oi tho Constitution it is provided that up person shall at tho same time bo a member of the General Assembly and an olilcer of any county city town or other municlpalltyaud no person shall at the same time fill two municipal ofllces either ini tho same or Ib will be ob Â¬ different municipalities served that tho Constitution simply provided that no person shall while a member of tho Genoral Assembly bo aa ofllcer of a different class viz an officer of u county city town or other munici- Â¬ pality As the Adjutant General is not an ofllcer of the latterclasa it is obvious that there is no Inhibition in the Con- Â¬ stitution against his being that o dicer and being n member of the General As sembly Aido from this however tho latter clauso of tho section abovo referred to expressly provides that an officer of the militia shall not bo ineligible to hold any other office mentioned in tho sec- Â¬ An officer tion The law Is as follows of tho militia shall not be ineligible to hold uny other ollico mentioned in this section The only question remaining is Is the Adjutant Genoral an officer of the militia It is absurd to question this He is recognized as an officer pf the militia in the Constitution and in tho acta of the General Assembly concerning the militia o the Commonwealth passed in the sessions of 1S91-2-Section 222 of the Constitution pro- Â¬ vides that all militia officers whose ap-Â¬ pointment is not therein provided for shall be elected for such terms as the General Assembly may direct It is however therein expressly pro-Â¬ vided that the Governor shall appoint an Adjutant General and his other staff officers It will of course be conceded that this section makes the Adjutant General a militia officer Now let us tako theijact herein re- Â¬ ferred to i e An act concerning the Tho Militia of the Commonwealth eighth section in fixing the staff- of the Governor provides that it shall consist of twelve oiucers ana urst ot tneso is An Adjutant General with the rank of Bri- Â¬ gadier General Section 20 provides that officers of the militia on the military staff of tho Governor Bhall be appointed for a term of four years and all other officers shall be elected for a term of three years Section 20 provides that commissioned officers of tha militia shall be command Â¬ ed by the Governor and every ofllcer ex- Â¬ cept thoso on tho staff of the Govornor shall be examined touching their quali Â¬ fications Section 54 fixes the pay of all of the militia beginning with tho Adjutant General and ending with tho lost private in ranks of the State Guard INow as there is first no inhibition in tho Constitution about ono person holding the two offices of member of tbe General Assembly and Adjutant General second as there is an express provision in that instrument that one person may havo thoso two positions third as the Adjutant General Is recog- Â¬ nized and allowed both in the Constitu- Â¬ tion and the acts of tho General Assem Â¬ bly as an officer of the militia I am clearly of tho opinion that there can bo no serious question under the law of the eligibility of a member of the General Assembly to the position of Adjutant General of the State Judgo Pryor of the Court of Appeals said to a prominent Democrat that under tho Constitution It was perfectly proper fof Gov Brown to appoint Gen Gross to tho office and that it was entirely proper for Gen Gross to except Â¬ 3j - 50AP ifcaw -a TWrfaW CASH BEFORE DELIVERY Electricity and gradual tariff reduction aro tho advanced Ideas of to day Follow tho crowd and buy from tho concern that demands tho SOLID STUFF before the goods leave tho counter You will como nearer getting a DOLLARS worth for your hundred cents than you will to buy of a concern that buys on credit and sells on Look over the following prices and you will find that wo have tho Ileal KTEitXAi time Bargains bought right and stripped of tho mlddlo mans per ccntagc which AVe can savo you 20 to 50 is of no small circumstanco these days per cent on tho bulk of goods you havo to buy I am Yours for Success Gh FOR CLOTHES THt PTOOTtn a OAMOLP Money Exchanges Gents Collars 3c licit Tatent Sox 10c lltst French llil llrlKgan Uniler hlrt oc tillicr places Co iml 65c A Hue Itslc box ijc two lor Jjc A nice Imitation lUIIrlKKn Undershirt 35c Ilest N Y Mills Muslin Unlaundred Shirt 50c other houses can not duplicate It for less than 75c Save you big money In Laces Embroideries co otmt We cant describe the beauty In this line Your visit to this section is not complete until you have seen our lovely designs In these goods We have the neatest and most complete line ever shown In thin town they consist of Fine Linens Torchons Valenciennes and Point Uelrland We have the neatest patterns in Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries and Instrtlngs ever opened in this country and our prices are at least 30 per cent lower than other concerns Nicest Valenciennes Laces 5 Inches In width only 10c a yard Nicest Point Delrctand Iaces 10 and 15c finest quality Nicest Torchon any width for only loandicc common Torchons for to 3c per yard Save you from 30 to jo per cent In this goods Come and examine sundries Ilest Domestic Hose from 10 to 15c Imported best grade 10 15 and 15c Childrens Hose t defy competition in this line SIROCCO Mrs Matlia lfaynes is sinking very fast Wathen Mlllor is expected homo from Columbia Ky Henry Shacklett attended tho commencement at Lynnland col lego last week Mis3 Lillio Miller of Orel Jefferson county Is visiting hor grand parents Mr and Mrs T N Berryman Mr C C Woyrauth traveling salesÂ¬ Co Louisville man for II Wedckin called on our merchant last week At St Cloud hotel Brandenburg tho 5th inst Jesso A Bennett and Miss Mary L Thompson of Battletown wero united in matrimony licv B F Sin gleton of Andyvlllo officiating Dr Biirch reports three cases of milk sickness on Wolf Creek Mr II Allen son and daughter being tho victims The son and daughter aro doing well but Mr Allen is in a critical condition From tho same wo learn that Mr Albert Morgan Is convalescent Mia TVt llorry man and daughter Dollie aro no better Two plcturo galleries struck Fords villo last week and Robinsons show Bwoopsdown on her this week Gee Whiz I I wonder if the people thero will survive tho fun When last heard from the p m of that town had gotten his hilarious spirits up to the shoutltig pitch From tho break or gap In my letter last week ono would judgo that the writer had gono asleep while writing and when he woko up dived in again unmindful of whero ho had left off or entirely lost as to tho subject ho was writing on I think tho matter requires an explanation so here it is In a nut shell Myself and friend had been out driving We visited a towering building whore to us life seemed to bo oxtii ct We compared it to tho Tower of Bab ble and wondered if there had not been a confusion of voices in this great castlo happened to bo ono of tho greatest The Editor wonders of the world didnt seo tho pint and was afraid that we would get in it and pull the News in with us so in trying to cut out splice up sorter together ho couldnt get tho joints to fit qulto together or something or other you seo thero was a kind of a Say boss Ill bo hornswag miscue led if I dont believe that youve got an interest in that Sarcophagus any how ha ha ha Goe whllicansl cant a correspondent have lots of fun Â¬ Â¬ Ladies Vests Pleached 10 and 15 cts Unbleached 5 10 and 15c Come and get suited 1 What t advertise is not Jugglery x throw no bait 1 came here and am going to stay let it suit who It may Yours truly l btjboh G L BURCIL this line Ilest launilred Shirt N Yi Mills 75c other houses 1 00 and isj Fine 4 ply Collars 10c better grades at lj Fine CulTs 4 ply 15c better grades 10c Ileautlful Designs In Neckwear from 10c to 35C Clothing Sawed Down lav lug just received a new lot of samples In nil Wool Cheviots and Clay Worsteds and will cut you any style suit far below the figures of any other house When I say all Wool I mean It Price on Cheviots from f 10 to ia 00 Serges Irom fScp to 1300 Clay Worsteds from f 15 00 to I1S00 Prices on Summer Clothing from fS50 tn lis 50 are of good value and I dont try to misrepresent a single article Come and let me cut you an Outfit worthy ot close inspection Yours Itespcctlully I The latest thing out Flowing Ends at 35c a lleaut A beauty In Iour-ln-IIin- d stIe 1 and 35c can not be had at any other house for less than 50 and 6oc Ties already made up from to 30c The nicest thing out In Ilwn Hows at 13c Come Hoys and git rigged for the Grand Fourth G L BURCII Last But Not Least I odor to tho public the following so horo goes tho most boneficial sale of -On record Mens Furnishings- 3- Kvcrybody knows tho character of our goods and when I advertise ngglery here no bails no anything its just as advertised and you will find no Money theso UUVE is scarce and deception and when I say all wool I mean it people Willi a IMMjIjAU want it to ilntlio work oi two 1011 can 11l1110st Ualt liero now for prices have been Sawed Down Put tho dollars to work while they can work double 12 00 takes the best Serge for- Â¬ 1300 takps the best Clay Worsted Suit I cut merly sold at 1400 Fine Shirts both Iaundred and Unlaundred Laundred N Y Mills Muslins Two of the best Tnlaundrcd Shirts for 00c or 45c for a single shirt 10c takes the best double re inforced back and Irish linen bosom and bauds 4 ply collars 15c takes tho best 4 ply cuffs formerly sold at JOc Terms Spot Cash I Dont take Wool Wool G L BURGH MOOLEYArILLE KY A LARGE START EARLY AND StreamJBargains ARE PLOWING AT ait DONT GET LEFT Dont miss any of the Bargains are offering we GEO YEAKEL C0 Goods never sold at such prices before Best Indigo Bluo Calico at IJc Hoosier Brown Cotton Good Ginghams 6c 5c Gents 10c socks for - 25c Gents 50c shirts for - Gents all wool Suits worth 300 for 498 Youth suits for - - JJ60 S Crt V j AM BARGAINS Are Flowing at Cut right half in two Boj s suits worth 150 for 75c - O80 Genls flno shoes for Ono lot Ladies shoes was sold -- 50 and SllOO lor 2 00 155 going at 4Jc Ladles low Shoes BEWLEYVILLE The farmers need rain The cut worms need killing Miss Marie Bell of Irvington is visit- Â¬ ing Miss Bcayon A Bennett is attending U S court at Owonsboro as a grand juryman Kov Cundlff preached a lino sermon to a largo congregation hero Sunday The tennis tournament given by Miss Drury on tho lth was qulto a success Messrs Chas Claycomb and Geo Stuart of Webster attended church hero Sunday was unamiously M P Payno Esq elected to succood himself as School Trustee Misses McGeheo and Moremou of Brandenburg aro with Miss Lena Drury for a fow days Mikel Shumate was kicked last wcok by a horse on tho leg but fortunately ho was not seriously hurt Miss Leah Fayno returned homo on the 4th after a long stay with friends aud relatives near Hardlnsburg E E Hardaway of Louisville was here for a very short stay last weok nnd we aro corry to seo him go so Boon MissFlorenco Cain is at home after completing a term at tho llaidiusburg Normal and iu consequence a young man who drives a bay horso Is wearing a happy smile Quite a number of young gentlemon were royaly entertained at Mrs Chas II Drurys Sunday afternoon and several of those present expressed their prefer Â¬ ence to blue eyes f- Mioses Victoria Payne and Ida Shu mate are visiting on the L II W They will stop a few days at Harned and Hardlaatrarg each then Journey on to the Falls of Bough where they will be for a eouple of weeks with thair friends JACOB MEYERS Our trado has never been known to bo so immenso beforo House jammed with Bargain Seekers early in morning till lato afternoon You unfortunate readers who hnve not been to see us dont delay get in tho push AT ONCE Your dollars aro in elastic form when with us stretches along ways Little money buys a load of Goods at the BIG SPRING KY Just come and sec oun beautiful line of Goods and the sacrificing We prices at which they are sold can aud will gratify the most ex acting and Great Bargain Store Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG KY ALL KINDS OP Co Economical Buyers True economy consists in buying the best goods at the lowest possi ble price nnd our Â¬ Harvest At 20c 3STEVITT Oil ouster BW- Weather dry nnd hot Miss Lucy Pool was visiting hor sister Mrs James HufThlnes last week The farmers aro very anxious for rain now to finish setting their tobacco Mr and Mrs F I Lyon were visiting their daughter Mollip last week at Vino Grove Dr II O Board was here this week doing Mine dental work in this section of the country Miss Fannie Harued has a new cream Wonder who the colored cashmere happy man will be Mm Lee Meyer of HardlBb i Hade afly4iigtrlp toeee her brother Mr O Wo havo found no remedyfor malaria so reliable and safe aa Ayeaa Ague Cure A WOllAW3 HEAD Taken accordlngto U level pad bar juug- maul goou wuen sue falls put her faith In Dr STORE Is just the placo to practice that economy We keep the best and ask the least When you sec our a Gallon and Upwards direction it never Hatrtufton and Bn Uaruwl bow to pre Mr Milt McAfee was the guest of Mlsa Carrie Cart last Sunday Mr Charles Dutschko was the guest of Miss Lvdk Cashmau Sunday Mr JJarger of Preston was the guest oi Miss iuia uasiiman ouniiay Mr Sam McAfee waif tho guest of Miss cluMklri uul roar Cora Cashman lastSuhiky- as usal cheeks follow mod Mr John Bra wbi oil Wsbetar was tha erate exerolM fretta It geod food andthe judicious ue of tba guest pf Miss BeUiaWeedataa Sunday lTBgeripHoa MrVJJdS McAfee of the Li St L AH women require a tonic and nervine u T was the guest of hla mother last Sun- ama period of ibetc Hvw Whether tuCerr uy- t tag from nervouMieaa diulneH falntnea Mr tax ton uatecnice was me guebo displacement catarrhal lnHttininaUon of be 1iUinns IMiklilliPaiiiu luaslnnulntsri mi ssilnfl IWi GrNjDaftMMB last Sunday as usual or wwd lebtfUsr the PreeorlpUoB mahea Dm orlglnof the trouble anloerreeto i Mr Carlton D4Mlikj of iWeAxtor K uuarani4n to benefit or tM mowtr M waettMguMtofMlas Kwllllxiuchawp refuaded I Connor atdIklla LiM TUe way to oure Catarrh there k am MtjQwsdv TWras wj tahe Dr 8aSi Reutedy oaaa bt Ml I Mm llWii W ftswitte w tfaa Mites of Mwafd ottared for aa inctinsUe TiiiMay Ircrlptlaii rirK7H There Is no beauty with Â¬ out good htalth Nobody expect to become really beau iv from the use of MnipUxion beaut- nert jirigtyl ejTM Â¬ 1iercos Farorito SUGAR TREE RUN GOUGHS JDSXTO- - Q ISTS BRANDENBURG KY BARGAINS You will thoroughly appreciate them Purchasing at our store is such a pastime that you will surely call again Dont forget your Luck and make us an nt Wholesale and Iletall - mmBmEBSmw TTVJ AlA ijjf nhu jMy ffm PV MANHOOD RESTORED MnX EARLY CALL r rjBft - 1 Pto Br r Bkic Mt Prtot MM CrMM Pawtlr UlUlUlUlttUlUiL UUl wKninimun uuTttwrTM ak MMklUlaaadlMo iwrlH3wMmiifOrui u2 atalwr MX MUM MH uJi i rerrKrtloaraiitknilarrra cirwlTauMi tobacco o s4b ortMa snsaaiir tiaa iMuiwaiiaia4iBnBiiTiwnMMaor wMld With ur W b lull MA MSSL L SraaaMU1 t ut InmilUS JTluuk ffiiss Aii for ILUismi utbarWrti for lailaiavfBJSBM WTIMIHsl ITti ts Ii r T m ii 1 tehS5j riRlIWnlfliUyk ti m vj ruMsuimsu Manila uninmii m nmaimmmmammm mwtiwiWitiiniinTT 1friiiii -- i ntiifrTriJltnrtttflm T in I m iFTttfrlpMi y FHic xfrzi ipt mTi v v - jlr f r irT trt ff - tftw HMHMMMflManHBHHHMMHPiPPHPMVHB v 7Ht5JyfT1C 2 mmmAm - -- - - - -- t g r m i received hIComroIoniltokcata 1 of tho ofllco Mr John P llMwellls as Jno D V 0 Batttga Editors til Proprlttri sisting hlin for tho present Tho secur- Â¬ ities of Postmaster McClure wero Charley WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 18JM Durham W B Hardin Horace Bland and J D Heeler They had to raise 1 110 roit fiMiuiss iipltco o pay out MiClures shortage B are nuthotlieJ to tnnouncc A II MONT f tr GOMKKV was on postal noUsand motioy orders Y candidate for Congrets subject to the action or the Democratic 1arty In Wesley Snellen and Monroe Wllhlle day the Itimary llcclloti to lie held on the ot August who were put iu jail hero some time to announce DAVID Hinre wero released during May court WRareauthnrlrnlItrrraenrldge cmmtyai Ita The young men were committed by a candidate for Congress subject to the action ol the Democratic Tarty in the Primary Election jury at Rosalia for Btaling a foity cent to be held on the lh day of Auguit 1S04 hatchet and svnt to jail for one year It seems that the court or jury over reaclud the law and the boys Were turned ou The mother of one of them visited the FRASKFonT Axn Tim k i a jail during their Imprisonment and went But it is because he has availed back and reported that the boys were Weve been to Frankfort liad a pleas Â¬ himself now of the modern bicyJlc7 alright that thoy were getting their ant two days sojourn among tier classic lesson in that for you You will catln frco not doing a lick o work arid A hills beautiful dales grand rivers and Daniel save time invigorate yotir health We are proud to DA VJD 1 MUllltA YFOR COSORESS slick and fat hospllnblo people economize your wealth all by a The Misses Matthews of West View Things claim ber as our Capital city Dr J T Baker had occassion to go to whecl The cost Is a mere trifle It Murray of this city were here last week visiting Miss Daisy Hon David Frank- Â¬ aro not what they should bo at George L Hanks on Dorrttts creek last An average of 42c per day for a yesterday declared himself a candidate Mercer fort not what our state pride would havo week When he got near tho houso be year buys one of our High Grades and Uio old Fourth whtMi Mies Nellie Cox n turned last week them but nevertheless its our Capital for congress sleeping has from a visit to f lends in Ixjtilsvillu and saw a largo snako run under a pile ot RAMBLER or VICTOR our home and with all her short com seemed to be politically wood He called to Mr Hanks to assist her Â¬ New Albany Then we can get you a much ings we love her Kentuckians live at suddenly awakened and taken utwn him and the reptile was slain It was a cheaper wheel political too if you prefer Mr and Mrs Thos Wuthlus of Clov- Â¬ The genuine genial thor- Â¬ self tho appearance of active Frankfort lengthand an ex- Â¬ Any way come in and sec us about Btrife It is already hot and if indica- Â¬ erport were here Monday visiting Mrs rattle snake six feet in oughbred type pure as the crystal tra large one in size It was cut open this as pointer the J II Gardner stream that winds its way through the tions are worth anything and in it was found eight young chick- Â¬ Full line of Lamps Dells and next fifty days will witness such a strug- Â¬ classic hills from High bridge and Mur- Â¬ ICd Guthrie has gone to Fordsvlllo to ens Mrs Hanks had been missing her Sundries gle as was never before fought to a finish phys landing They are honest hard work a short time in the railroad tele Â¬ young chickens for some time and they working capital citizens working for a in this neck of the woods graph office there disappeared with this snake The chick- Â¬ Since tho withdrawal of Mr Wortham worthy and commendable cause a now We want everybody who comes to the ens were nearly large enough to fry and people of Mr God from tho race the home Capitol and other state buildings to enter circus next Friday to drop in and see us these were not all that she has lost Mr GARRETT soliciting him knows they are needed If any citizen of Murray had been Hanks house is on a new place that he Co T C Lewis the fight but he was undecided On the State with a spark of state pride in Mr 8 P Woolfolk was in town this Courier-JournDont forget tho 4th of July celebra- Â¬ has just opened up and it is said the himcan go to Frankfort and say they are last Thursday morning the hinted that Mr Murray was being tion at Hardinsburg Lojk out for bills snakes around there are plentiful We week good enough he ought to be dumped would suggest to Mr Hanks that he send Mr Wm Hilt went to Brandenburg by his friends and as soon as Hardin Jarboo into the Kentucky river with the rest of pressed to Cloverport for a little snako medi Â¬ Thursday that paper had had time to get down into Its a pleasure for us toshow our goods the saw logs This is written in the true telegrams began to pour into Its a delight for those who look at them cine M r Clias Ritchie and wife was in town spirit no splrite around this office by a the district parts pledging last Wednesday T C Lewis A Co Kentuckian who has pride in Kentucky CloVerport from different 9100 Reward 1100 Mr Sam Kendall waa the guest of Mr Mr Frank Deckert agent for tho Lou- Â¬ and her institutions Tear down those him support if he would run The readers of litis paper will be The mails next day brought piles of isville Commercial was old delapidated buildings and erect in hern lost week pleased to learn that there is at least one Hllf last Wednesday all over tho district to Mr their places such as the great State of letters from in the interest of that paper Uncle Jessie fitltb ot Stlths Valley dreaded disease that science has been Murray strongly soliciting him and Kentucky needs Mr Loran Lewis is visiting hero from able to cure in all its stages and that is was in town Monday pledging support that cannot be doubted New Albany Mr Lewis is ogain a wid- Â¬ Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the Jlrn Bishop the clever shoe drummer The Press meeting was a very delight Â¬ as indicating superior strength only positive cure now known to the was in town this week Notwithstanding all this Mr Murray ower having lost his second wife ful one and we enjoyed It as much as CatarrUbeing a con Miss Llllie Cooper who acted as as Â¬ medical fraternity Mrs Anna Funk and children spent any we have attended in years The did not jump at conclusions but took n constitu- Â¬ Friday In Garnettsvillo few days to deliberate and consult with sistant teacher in the public school here stitutional disease requires a members of tlio local press together Halls Catarrh Cure tional treatment MissTuell of Nelson is visiting the with the citizens of Frankfort did every Â¬ his friends The result of tho delibera Â¬ last fall has tho school at Jollys Sta- Â¬ is taken internally acting directly upon Misses Foushee of thing in their power to make It pleasant tion is that he is now a candidate aud tion near here surfaces of the the fight is on Ho will immediately A few years ago there wero no rail- Â¬ the blood and mucous for the visiting brethren Mr C O Crutcher and sister attended thereby destroying the founda- Â¬ start out into thc field and give the dis- Â¬ roads in Breckenridge county Now she system the Lynnland Commencement One of the pleasant features of the trict such a thorough canvassing as the ranks third in mileage in the number of tion of the disease and giving the Master Gough GriuneU of Branden- Â¬ strength by building up tho patient meeting was the reception at the Gov- Â¬ limited time will permit counties in tho state constitution and assisting nature in do- Â¬ burg is visiting here this week Mr Murray is a lawyer of renown a ernors Mansion Governor Brown and Reciprocity Whats good for nations ing its work Tho proprietors havo bo J T Collins and wife of Big Spring Ills estimable wife and charming daugh- Â¬ forcible eloquent speaker a man of great is good for individuals Weve got the ters assisted by Mr Kl Leigh his pri Â¬ natural and educated abilities and what goods and you need em Suppose we much faith in its curative powers that spent last Friday with Mr J Tindall they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any vate Secretary and a number of beautiful is better than all this he is a warm Â¬ trade T C Uwis Co Mr Sylvester LeGrand and daughters case that It falls to euro Send for list o spent Friday with Mrs young ladies of Frankfort did the honors hearted elegant gentleman Ho is as J M Tindall Mr Forbes tho obituary writer was testimonials Address of the occasion with cose and grace to brave as a lion as gentle as a child and Mrs Mary Winstard of Vino Grove is hero hint week from Fordsville Mr F J Cheney A Co Toledo O Tho Gov- Â¬ full of goodness and greatness themselves and all present visiting her sister Mrs Kato Crutcher Forbes is now furnishing some letters to 3rSold by Druggist 75c ernor was very kind and agreeable and Let no one deceive himself bv imagin Â¬ Master Casper Funk has returned tho Fordsville Star from this placo and made every one feel very much at home ing for a moment that Dave Murray is home after a few days visit In Garnetts- Â¬ other points EKRON by any means a wcuk candidate There villo The announcement that Hon I R A visit to the jenitentiary revealed seems to bo an uprising a tidal wave as The dance given by Mr and Mrs Mr S J Brown has a new bicycle fact that the appointing power in it were in ills favor and there is no Murray would probably bo a candidate tho Funk to the young peoplo was enjoyed dealing out fat places has been very lib- Â¬ doubt but that ho is the most dangerous for Congress in this district created quite Mr Allen Sloth was here Thursday by all eral to the boys from this section Ike opponent tnat air Montgomery ever a stir among his friends here Should Mr R S Dowell is on the sick list this ho make the race he will have a large Dellaven Willie Hatchet aud Mike had Mr John Miles ot Louisville and Mr week Itooney all have good positions and are Bill Edmonson of Stlthton was here The primary isset for August 4 and following here B S Clarkson jr of Big Spring went making excellent oillcials They were the intervening CO days will be days of During the storm lost week lightening this week Monday exceedingly kind to the writer and asked great political activity The canvass will struck a tree out at Mr Oscar Burchs to Louisville Mr J M Tindalls new residence is Zack Herndon and wife were visiting about all of their old friends at home to necessarily be short but it bids fair to George Johnson who is at work there completed and adds greatly to the looks whom they wished to be kindly remem Â¬ rank in warmth second only to that of the was near it and received a shock that Mr D S Robette Tuesday of his farm Miss Mamio Daugherty will give a bered famous Seventh It is already hot and tho almost felled him to tho ground He Rev Fitz Gerald of St Martins was party to her friends Saturday night names of Montgomery and Murray aro soon recovered hero last Thursday the guest of Dr Miles Judge Pallium is the only representaMr Gits Neafus went to Hardinsburg in cvery bodys mouth all over the thir Â¬ Mr Dick Moorman Brandenburg was andwife tive on the Inside from this section teen counties composing the district here last week with his patent cistern Monday to attend the Nprmal term Mrs J G Shacklett of Hill Grove Miss Eula Miller of Hardinsburg will He is enjoying fine health and all the cleaner He look n job on the public waa the guest of her son Rod Shacklett privileges that can be given him by those visit Miss Rena Shacklett this week The Cloverport Normal opened up cisterns of tho town and gave them a Mrs Efiio Richardson went to Irving- Â¬ Monday He says he has 12000 Monday under favorable appearances good cleaning Mr Moorman thinks ho in authority Several of the men from this vicinity ton Sunday night to visit her parents names to his petition for pardon but has for a prosperous term The teachers are has a good thing In his invention no hope of release during the present learned thorough and practical instruc- Â¬ Mr Borie Wright of Louisville is here went to Brandenburg Monday it being Mr Willie Beard who has been down He asked to be remem Â¬ tors and we predict that this is the be Â¬ administration court day this week visiting his brother Wright sick for several months will be moved to Mr R A Enjsor went to Louisville bered to all his friends Mrs Anna Funk and Mrs Ed Benger ginning of a school that will grow in pro- Â¬ some springs In Indiana next week hop- Â¬ spent one evening this week with Mrs portions as the years roll round There ing to bo benefited by the change Mr Monday with a nice car load ot lambs Mayor Julians welcome address cap- Â¬ is no Mr Sam Kendall of Cementville was John Benger reason why it should not There is Beard has had inflammatory rheumatism Tho Mayor is no more tured the whole gang healthful pleasant or lovely and has been in tho bed for about seven circulating amopg friends here lost week Mrs Buckler spent ono day this wook a graceful and entertaining speaker and Mrs J L Jordou of Hill Grove was in spot on Gods green earth for teachers months Garnettsville the guest of her sister his address had the true Kentucky ring to the guest of her father Mr R S Dowell Miss Howard spend a few summer weeks receiving Drs KIncheloo and Board havo mov- Â¬ Sunday Frankforts interests will not bo lost sight instruction in teaching than at Clover ed their office from tho rear room of Mr of so long as Mr Julian is Mayor Mr Allen Saunders of Hill Grove was port TOBINSPORT Eskrldgos law ofllco to their new drug visiting his brother Mr Joe Saunders building on Main street In this drug Sunday Tho newly elected officers of the Asso Â¬ With this issue it will be noticed that building the two M Dn have displayed Wheat harvest will begin thia week ciation aro Col I JJ Nail of tho Farmers Eugene Wright has been appointed we announce the candidacy of the Hon Homo Journal President Mr John A considerable taste in fitting up two rooms Deputy Sheriff for this vicinity by Sher Â¬ Mrs Vina Rogers wejit to Cloverport A B Montgomery for re election to for medical consultation Bell of tho Georgetown Times Vice Ono or the iff Woolfolk Monday Congress subject to the action of the other of them will always bo found President and Mr Laying Gaines of the Alfred Coferand Geo Roberts of Har- Â¬ It is said that Alva Ryan wants to join Klkton Progress Secretary and Treasurer Democratic primary Mr Montgomery there din county wero visiting Mr Tom Coxeys array needs no special introduction by us He All good and truo men and alive to the Peoplo may havo noticed that in this Roberts last week Riet Hayncs and wife went to Pates so many canvasses and been best interests of the Association and tho has made Mr Albert Richardson weut to Louis- Â¬ vllle Saturday our representative so long that he prob Â¬ town on Sunday afternoon that there are press of the state ably has more personal acquaintances in but very few persons to be seen on tho ville Friday night to visit his brother Weather Bomewhat warmer think streets Tho youngsters congregato in Mc II Richardson summer has come at last The impression is abroad that Frank- Â¬ the Fourth Congressional District and the court house yard and lounge Hon Gus W Richardson of Louis- Â¬ under fort Is a yery dead town and sho depends is better known by the people than any the beautiful shade trees but Wedding bells are ringing Lookout tho older ville camo down Saturday and spent other living man for Iter support mainly from the patronnow says Madam Rumor persons are not around much They Sunday with his family age given out from the state This is Mrs Blanche Shaw of Louisville is Mrs Bob Thomas of Louisville who Ik Cloverport can get over this circus dont go to class meeting either and true to 80H10 extent but not entirely their wives must make them stay at has been visiting Mrs L A Wimp re- Â¬ visiting her parents here now r Her manufacturing interests aro large day and survive tho ravages of this scoop home turned to her homo Sunday Clarence Wheeler of near Romo was Some of the largest dis- Â¬ of tho flying dutclunan without finan- Â¬ and extensive All of tho Republican candidates were The following young men composed down Sunday visiting friends tilleries flouring mills and planing mills cial bankruptcy wo need entertain no down at Itock Vale last Friday at Magis Â¬ tho Ekron base ball club that playod the Miss Ella May Cloverport was tho looting of tho in the country are located in and around uneasiness about trates court moving around pretty live Fountain Field club at Brandenburg guest of Misses Minnie and Mel Lyons Iter borders She lias recently erected any Republican administration that we ly Some of tho Democrats were there Saturday Jim Henderson Catcher Bud last Sunday an eclectric railway system at a cost of may be threatened by In tho future too but not all of them The Democrats Burch Pitcher Andy Carrico first base Several young ladles from near Hard Â¬ 76000 which is now in successful oper-Â¬ should not take any thing for granted In Gone Guedry second baseS R Frymire Keiikv and his army one thousand this canvass but if they expect ins Grove attended the Childrens Day ation and paying a handsome dividend to get third base Dave Henderson short stop services here Wo look upon Frankfort as being a good strong havo struck Paducah They aro Sunday there In November they hod better bo Joe Sanders right field Dan Roberts Â¬ on their way to LoulBvilio and will prob Â¬ solid business town and full of live wide Nat Ahl and lady have returned to on tho move center field Sing Brown left field ably strike tills town sometime In the awake enterprising citizens There is a pretty lively scramble Score 35 to 20 in favor of the Ekron ther home in Illinois after a weeks vis near future among the teachers who want to teach boys The Ekron club will play the It among friends here arid in Brecken Whllothero was no placo named for ridge county this fall for positions Every day or Brandenburg club the In the next meeting it is understood that Ellis friends are quietly working up you hear of two or throe applicants two this month on their fourth Saturdaytho Elder Edenboro tho pastor of the M grounds in for Hopkinsville Charlie Meachatns town a boom for him in tho Second District E church here is quiteslck at this writiwill bo tho place There is not a more Just watch em capture the convention one school For the Hardinsbunr public suburbs of Ekron school there aro five already They are Several of our young people Httended ng- He Is at Capt Wm Weatherholts good fellow on tho stato press and nominate him when the time comes genial as follows J W Sanders of Ekronj the Commencement at Lynnland college where he will receive the beet attention than Charlie and if its his town well county Wm II Bell and Allen on Wednesday last Those composing Childrens Day at the Baptist church expect a royal good timo next year numbers of oysters are destroyed by star Meade treat Kincholoo of this place J F Jarboo of the party wero Misses Lula and Lena waa a success Contributions liberal and fiih Hullltt llonecr Mr Sam Fate is the only Willett Rena Shacklett Mattie and Jen house well filled It was a day of rejoic Yes and there are great numbers of Mooloyvillo Gen and Mrs A J Gross are located nie Roberts and Messrs Henry and Jake ing with the little folks as well as some oysters destroyed by stars who never applicant for tho assistants place here at the Capital Hotel and were at homo A large crowd is expected hero noxt Aldrich Warner Shacklett Wllber Wil- Â¬ of the older ones were accused of doing the sucker act to their friends during tho meeting Friday circus day Tho big show It is lett and Dick Dowell also Mr Clint Died Infant child ot Curt Ryan last expected will take oft thousands of dol Â¬ Cnitcher and slsterMlss Lula of Garrett F I ltlngo of the Hartford Herald Tiieiie will be hundreds ot pious Friday after a long aud ruilnul illness read an excellent paper on The Jour- Â¬ parents come to Cloverport to day just lars ot the peoples money They soldora They report having had an enjoyable Our sympathies are extended Vo the be-Â¬ nalist In Politics over full to scoop a good big wad from trip all round and that notwithstanding J W Hopper of to let tho children sea tho animals reaved parents We knuw what it is to tho Courier Journal brought to mind here There will be an excursion on the the inclemency of the day the exercises mourn the loss of a darling child pleasant memories in his paper on railroad and in addition to this the were largely attended Lynnland in bomo If any man wants to do the sucker act Historical Sketches of the Association The following parties were put in to day let him go Keep your baud on crowd that will come in from all the sur- Â¬ Hardin county is a beautiful place sur- Â¬ rounding country will bo finmese Talk rounded by a beautiful and fertile com Â¬ nomination on the first Saturday iu June and D II Wallaco of tho Warsaw Inde Â¬ your own pocket book pendent made some good mints in Ids about tho crowd at Cloverport wo will munity and from the marked improve Â¬ by the Democrats for the various county ment of some of our girls who have pfRees Jas Peters for Treasurer Ma Â¬ paper on Stop my Paper Last night was the longest night In beat them out ot sight In numbers Tho Poet office Inspector was here a attended school there we cannot doubt rios Casper for Auditor C Splater for five years for tho children of Cloverport a couple of days last week investigating its excellency in the talnlug of girls The Banquet and Ball at tho Capital Sheriff Walter Lindsay for Representa One Fare Sound Trip the books etc of the out going post Â¬ Hotel was a grand success Tho menu tive Wm Minor tot Clwuit Clerk and The L St L T will sell tickets one master Thomas F McOlure consisted of some half dozen courses all Tho In Â¬ SYAV 0UUT8KAW Jake Wagner for Commissioner tempting and served in the most artistic faro for the round trip from Irvington to spector found a shortage in the accounts Mr Thomas Ryan and Miss Joste 10 style Attorney General Hendrick was Cloverport and from Owensboro to Clo ot Mr McCluro of Ills securities Crenshaw were married Iu Die Catholic CMYaiftt Vr rarattt he Toastmaster and his wit and ready verjwrt on June 13 from Irvington to were immediately notified and came in church at 0 U0 oclock hut Wedcky The LokvU St Lovia A Texas read speech showed that be waa at home and Fordavllle on June 14 from Irvington to and settled the matter up Joe B Cox morning JuneO the Ker Fatber Nle bM jwt a ear tor mlxd live stoek ea knew just what to say and how to say It Hardinsburg and from Fordavllle to liar haus officiating FOR DYSPnraiA bouBd Moadayslooal freight It was a very qulst dlnaburg June 15 and from G us ton to jmtc41on anil ptomacii UlannliM lake The toasts were responded to in the fol Wet lwnt Jum 1 the occasions be affair only a few rtUtlvas ad frhttuk This will lm a freat eoBvenloaot t li shown at ihunbeUU IITCKS A Republican Editor Is inv Jhon RoWasoaa show The sain AUUaWrskwiUfl f toeulMhu JowIbk oruVi TJMibrWeatooa aJaaMHftaMH M MaMolaMI tfeaMtt tfl aatltt Sttli Vm4uu si tfttini tint Human VHVft being pmetGlUoua Kwititekyf Saw J Roberta Lexington raws will be given from all way aUtloiu boanlisvg at MadolUva stack la mmto qwMOm i t vt 1 Breckenridge NeWs leader ij 111 SIX PAGES The Responsibilities of the HARDIN8BURG Press It A Sornrncrs Ellzabethtown L H 4 W TIME TABLE Nows The Woman Heporter Miss OOIHO WIST KlvlrnSnydor Miller Loulsvlllo Times The Essential Elements ot Journalistic 1aittnger Dally arr Ilardloilnrg Hill pi noma kabt Ethics Clias M Mcaeham Hopkins- Â¬ ville Kentuckian The Old Time Jour- Â¬ Passenger tally rr Ilanllnshnjc 7t4l a nalist Col E Polk Johnson Louisville James I Hall has rettirnt from Cal- Â¬ The Local Press poem by Major Henry ifornia T Stanton Tho toasts were all good Mr Morris Ivtkrldgo went to Fordavllle and heartily applauded last week a v Miss Annie Gardner relumed home After appropriate resolutions Iwere read thanking the railroads for courte-sit-- s lait Saturday extended and the citizens of Frank- Â¬ Miss Letitla Frytuire is visiting Judge fort for the splendid maimer In which Boards family The they entertained the members WH Hardin has made an nasiinnient Association wound up business and thus Liabilities 1300 assets about 100 ended olio ot the most succssful meetings Mrs Ely of St Louis is expected hero ot the Kentucky Press Assciation this week to visit her mother Mrs V y mi Â¬ Time Flies I Si You II M j iili Welcome til i ourV II SULZERS Sio iii Show r p rp -- Oiliii i Mill ft 4 ilill - day Come - jiii v f liil J j il 4 ill fie Mill II li ill T iT f - i ln vand Ml dil 1j Tlijl fl niji i ill icn liiiii OjiJI OiiO -- v - see US j v- Mi m ifln Sift if1 B li fij VEST i j fi Kl Iriii iii Is improving with us and one of the reasons why we think this cause we sell you a strictly first class line of TRADE At prices lower than ever v is be- Â¬ -- M i Summer Dress Goods Muslins Sheetings fV Laces Embroideries O ftntR PiirniRhiTiDr tT Â¬ Hats Straw Goods And Neckwear just arrived You will always he sure of getting good value from us Because we buy right direct from first hands and pay cash It is a constant study with us how to give you moro value for your dollars Wo want your t nnrlc Wool nd other Produce WITT MEADOR HARDINSBURQ KY For ONE DAY our immense line of Only 1 Â¬ l And that on the loth of June we will offer J m NECKWEAR v Absolutely at cost being over stocked in this line and wishing to reduce same we will on that day specially offer this great bargain f Also One hundred SUITS will see the Elephant take in the town a sMjBr you seldom see To be sold reorardless of nrofits A nrl rPmflm ber that with every 1000 worth we will give w Vmiiauti a auuw wnicn Will IJC j here on that dav - unu Dont fail tn mm I- I Situated on West Side of in iuu view 01 procession Court-houic- -l 1 t We are yofirs truly thlrt lafc KAYE ft CAETBB HABDIN8BURQ T JjSiPiiHWliWNii - ti A FIGHT thi bElGKnridgr nrws for cnovmRPoria Â¬ Y s r wsva MILLIONS American Uy JOHN J MtUlNNISS Copyrighted S Ii lre Aocl illnn I l I jwj 4- - v V 4 hor appreciation frnoro ato n fow mutters tlint must bo attended to Inside said Mother St 1 will ba nway but a fow Uertrudo moments Meanwhile try to deviso somo sclitino to reach Laurence What would you auggeut ouoried Raymond Wo must trust to you But Ill go over tho matter when I return Raymond What to your opinion asked of Isabel when tho nun had gono It is iib Mother St Qertrudo says Womnst trust to you 1 linvo an idea ho said It must not bo mentioned to tho Bister unless it is ucceptublo to you What is it Laurcnco will never scttlo down Ho will lly from placo to place until tho You know that 1 prosecution ceases I know that in timo my de- Â¬ love yon votion will awaken reciprocal feelings in you Let your lovo for Laurenco guido yon I havo discovered property both of you may claim 1 have taken steps to hold it for you as Mother St Gortrude will explain Surely thero Is in all this something that must givo you an assurance that nothing I can do will bo left undone to make you and him happy I havo told you how and why lilii character can bo vindicated reconciliation uifected aud your lives with mine enter n vista more propi- Â¬ tious prosperous and peaceful Mr Raymond 1 mustsay that I Ijavo thought this matter over that I cannot give you the love n wifo should havo for her husband and that whilo I might set usido my personal wishes to furthor my brothers welfare I havo no right to bo a bin den upon you If you never It is no buiden chango toward me thero will bo solaco in your trieudship that will atouo for nil You havo that nlready But tho companionship I havo not I cannot proceed until you aromy wifo Tho very mention of this In tho press bringing you and the convent into pub- Â¬ licity would creato a sensation painful How can 1 to Mother St Gertrude explain my interest in this enso of his risk my personal and political standing if I fail and scandal ensue without tomething to fortify mo Let mo bo 1 am uot doing this for Lau Â¬ candid You can renco so much as for you hardly appreciate what it means to me aud it is uot likely that Laurence would resent my interference But if you Bay so if you ask mo to mako tho sac Â¬ rifice I will do so I will givo up all for tho hopo of winning your love Lovo is dead with me she an Â¬ swered Affection survives tho af Â¬ 1 fection that Bprings from gratitude will consult with Mother St Geitrudo Raymond was gaining his point at every turn He saw that tho deep love Isabel had for Mangan as a lover and tho affection duo to a brother had blend txl Mangan was dearer than ever to her now Thero was nothing sho would not daro for him who was torn from her aye torn from her for she wept at night aud worried by day that he had been blotted out of tho pictures she used to draw of tho future blotted out from tho most striking scenes show- Â¬ ing up only in tho background of tho newer canvas placed upon tho easel of her dreams Sho longed to keep him at tho front her hero still but fact put a weight on fancy and would not let it soar Laurenco Mangan was dead She could never lovo another as sho had loved him But Laurenco Loland lived Tho cavalier garment of romance had dropped from his heroic figure but yet he appealed stronger to hor sympathies Since it would bo tho only way to dem- Â¬ onstrate how strong her lovo had been nnd how attached sho still wrs to him and that tho new relation would havo in it somo of the sweetness of the old eho would crown her sorrow ut parting with a sacrifice for a reunion I will go to Mothor St Gertrude I want to meet Isabel continued her alone to confide in hor to appeal to hor to pray for guidanco Shall I wait Yes I would llko to iilciiso you he nil nworcd but 1 cannot llnd hlin Ho was pcrncciited by tlio peoplo of whom I Bjwko nnd lint jirohiibly roiio nwuy to will Inko nlei to nonio other city tiud him lti fact thats what brought mo hero today Oli how good of you cxclninicd Isabel mid thosparkloof her uyesBiHiku 1 iiH f t Mntigun must illo before tbo car they consent to this vindication theory Ho reached tho main thoroughfnro and stood lor awhile awaiting tho car Hli introspection deep nan trance was not disturbed by tho bells of tho cars or tho uoiso of tho passing vehicles It was some minutes beforo he came back to tho world around him he muttered It Is an easy thing Mangan must diet And tho heartless cruel sternness that twitched his llis nnd made ferocity dunco In the Upils of his eyes sliowfd low earnest ho was in his re wlvo CHAPTER XIII Â¬ Â¬ JOHN ROBINSONS SHOW A Gorgeous Samptnous and Impressive Augmentation Second Annual Picnic To speak of tho merits of John Robin boiih Ureal Worlds Imposition Is merely loves labor lost villi tho pcoplii of this nation There is not an amusement lover on tli continent but u lint Is fully cognizant of tin fact that It is now nnd ever Iiiih been thu beht niniing tho lit si Kvcry body does not know however that dining its Inst winters Miration the hIiow has rteiiveil an niigiiitiilatlou ho UAY1I0N1I AT Till MORQlK Tlioro is a tnorguo not far from the convent In fact thfro are so vera 1 of them but thl particular niorguo had u peculiar keeper u mini on tho shady dido ot 50 His greed for placo power He would ftopnmo anil thcntnllntcn What am 1 to understand Mother St Gertrude Why that tho conversation between Isabel and myself precluded thoughts of anything but yon he asked her Is she coming back absence appearing to him as an amen of defent 1 fear sho is not strong enough Sho has had too much to bear of late Then 1 must go For tho present you must bo satisfied with this Laurenco will return in Ho is Isabels brother good time I cannot consent to any such arrangement as you propose and I have confidence in Laureuco himself that only his own actions can weaken I will wait for You know why Isabel con- Â¬ awhile sents It is through lovo for him not through lovo for you My action is through lovo for her That I will not deny Mr Ray mond Mangan may not return Would yon allow this tihadow to rest over him He haB been a friend of yours Can ho do more for you than I Sister do you know my power Ido 1 would like it to bo tho pow- Â¬ er of a friend is I am pleased to learn that But of Laurenco No stain shall rest on his name if I can avert it But I owe him something I owo him tho faith in ids character that must not listen no matter how It strong tho accutation against him to any proposition that would imply that his own manhood had failed to reach tho means of redemption Isabel has ugTeed with mo to wait awhile Then I had better go I will bid you goodby Goodby sho said as sho extended her hand There is cno thing will scttlo this ho soliloquized as ho walked across to I Believe in Hoods Inherited Scrofula Cured Read tho Stntomont ofTa Popular Teacher P2S1 Mr Geo A Zlrkl ML Iloreb Tenn and profit was an lueradicublo featuro of his character and there was no risk he would not tako to advance hlnifelf This was tho man who two days aft Â¬ er Raymonds rebuff by Mother St Uertrudo welcomed tho political chief- Â¬ tain into the privato ofllco of tho morguo with Arrah Mr Raymond how are you man Huro Im glad tosoo you And what has brought you up this way nt all nt all I thought Id drop In to acoyou How nro yon getting along Fine The divll n many nro both erln mo these times People nro get tin to think more of life every day in tho year Then you havent any bodies here now Only one Has this body you now have been identified Raymond asked Tho divll n bit of it It will go to potters field Two women caino hero today to see it n mother and a daugh ter Tho young woman looked nt it Sho wob nnd said it was her brother nbout to faint Tho mother went closer and said It is not our Will The You boo tho man teeth aro nil here they wcro lookiu for had a broken tooth Tho head had n good deal of knockiu against tho piles in tho water but if tho laggard had kept his lips closed and not showed his teeth these women would havo given him a daccnt burial His clothes wero all tattered tbo morguo keeper went on and the face Tho wagon will bo hero to- Â¬ battered morrow for him and its niesel wont be sorry to get rid of liis company Did you know Laurenco Mangan questioned Raymond Did I repeated the keeper In dado 1 did Was ho a frind of yours Vou ought to know bettor Im glad ho wasnt Ho was a cheeky fellow Now if ever he camo out here on a special case hed insist on me draggin Tip tho body Tho other re Â¬ porters tako my word and copy tho de- Â¬ Yon see if scription out of tho book a body is picked np it gets little no- Â¬ tice but if its a caso of murder or sui- Â¬ cide they rush here If a man is found alongshoro nnd no letters in his pockets to say who ho is or whero ho kein from he is brought here and a few lines in tho paper end him Thats all this fellow got But yon were talkin of Mangan Yes You couldnt say this was Mangan could yon Is there any reason I might Will yon say it Cut Secin as you ask roe I will what nso Hell turn np Never mind that All right Ill tell tho boys nt po lico headquarters that I think its Man- Â¬ gan If I didnt know it mesel Id take it to be Mangan Someday later on said Raymond Ill call upon yon It will bo a rich joke on Mangan tho better because ho is out of town Bad cess to him its mesel that has long been wishin for this slap at him Why do you know it sir now that I took to thinkin it is Mangan Id like to kick tho body Its had woltin enough but my toes wouldnt itch so much if 1 hud one good crack at it Ill go out now said Raymond I feel with a forced attempt to smile a little ill und tho outsido nir Is hotter for mo Im sure Im much obliged to yon said tho for callin Mr Raymond morguo keopor whan they reached tho sidewalk It is I who am obliged to yon Good day was Raymonds parting saluta- Â¬ tion Im thankful to you Mr Ray Â¬ mond mid so impoitniit as to dnrf by riiinpiirieou even its own groat exhlbl tlonal excellence Wo nllmlo to tho grand gorgeous nnd sublime biblicul speetiiclo of Solomon Ills Temple and the Queen of Sheba iu which Innum- Â¬ erable peoplo find active participation and which is replete in grand sceno graphic ellectfl typical reproduction of biblical personages and events prolific in pageantry and proccssionnl features nul mm tf The second great gala Barbecue will be given on the aaawf93safAft9lVeRL Ym lavish iu entrancing ballets nnd terpsi chorenn divertisements nid rich in trappings and appointments requiring for its production tho largest stago ever constructed nnd conspicuously portray- Â¬ ing such sacred events scenes and incidents ns tho Judgment of Solomon Arrival of tho Queen of Sheba Tho City of David tho Ialaco and Temple Court of King Solomons Temple tho Walls and Towers of Jerusalem Solomons 700 Wives tho Sacred Ark of tho Covenant the Great Ivory Throne Procession of War Chariots Slaves Rearing Incense lovely Crefset Dancing Girls Martial and Courtly Parades and exciting Chariot Races This eminently moral historical and mind elevating spectacle will commend itaolf to every lover of the Bacrcd and beautiful The Robinson exposition with its sublimo spectacular accession is to ex Â¬ hibit in Clovorport Wednesday Juno 111 Â¬ Aira HsW9l 3u3ai H Jib WfftWffifoMB CWiT fearmi HA lltvlR sLhii VC laiiyxiav aWaswi B At the famous pleasure grounds at HARDINSBURG KY This will be an old fashioned barbecue with meats cooked on the grounds and served in first class style Everything that will tend to regulate the inner man will be in abundance Music will be furnished by first class BRASS and STRING BANDS Speeches by the finest orators dancing and all kinds of modern amusements This will positively be the greatest gathering of the season and no one should fail to embrace this opjortunity of passing a pleasant day in social amusement mingling with friends Nothing will be left undone that might add to the pleasure of all Aro you insured V If not now is the time to provide yourself anil family with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrlurn Remedy as an insurance against any serious results from on at- Â¬ tack of bowel complaint during tho summer months It is almost certain to be needed nnd should bo procured at No other remedy can take its once place or do its work 25 and 50 cent bottles for salo by A R Fisher Clover port Ky and Kincbeloe Meador Co Hardinsburg Ky GARFIELD Hot and dry Mr Otto Trent was in town Saturday About one third crop of tobacco set in this section The Asphalt mine is on a boom More hands wanted A good many went from hero on Correctly witklv by lumphrey A Lanier Pro Browns excursion duce CoiiunLfclnn Merchants ato Second bttct Main and Market louliilleKy Wo wero very sorry to bear of the death of Mrs Isaac Norton LOUISVILLE KY June 12 1B91 Miss Cora B Priest was visiting Miss Shippers should murk all packages plainly Efllo Pool Saturday and Sunday with shippers name and poat oQlce address Mr and Mrs Halkin Smiths infant BUTTER 10 3 12 child is dangerously ill nt this writing Choice country 9 10 Medium Yes dear John woaio about all Re- Â¬ Creamery 20 a 25 publicans with the exception of n few Eaas 11 10 Lookout for our grand old picnic again Fresh BEAMS 1 75 to 1 85 for wo expect to enjoy ourselves ono day Michigan band picked 1 60 to 1 85 ndlaDa Navjr in spite of tho hard times 1 00 to I 20 Old or Common and colored FKATHKKS Dear Editor you sco wo all cant agree 35 u Trlme white goose on politics You know my timo will Mixed 25S4 soon expiro for your good paper and I Old 15 20 25 would thank you to still continue my No 1 dnok UIDES subscription 3 Green rood ELECTROPOISE 20 12 Two Months Bent 5 00 POULTRY A limited number of instruments will Hens per lb 7 6 1 50 3 00 be rented nt this nominl prico simply as Spring Chickens per doz DUIED APPLES AND PEACHES You can not afford an advertisement Apples choice bright quarters i to to raisd this opportunity it has never Apples arerage 4J-- to 5 old been made before and will not lost long Apples 4 to 5 new See advertisement elsowhero Address Peaches old Peaches DuBols Webb Louisville Ky WOOL Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins It ooi tors per lb 5 6 7 50 HARDIN JARBOE Proprietors We Gail the Attention Of Â¬ the Public fiM To the fact that trade has opened up with a boom since we filled our house with a fresh new stock with the latest styles etc We propose to continue the boom through this season with unusually low prices and good goods instead of cheap trashy stuff like somo will ofTer you and say it is as good as ours We buy all kindB of produce at high prices Oome and see us early and bo convinced 3f T Isabel went In the direction tho nun bad taken Raymond know or felt that ho had dissipated the opinions the nun had entertained of In in through Man gans report Yet ho was nervous Ho bad a presentiment that all would not Ho nroso and walked Iw satisfactory back and forth ncross tho roception room just as ho had paced tho ofllco of tho registrar of arrears some days bo fore when he took the first step in tho daring plot ho was now carrying out Ill marry her heBaid She will turn over the management to mo sign hor rights nway nnd shell not bo tho burden on mo sho thinks Sho can tako the veil then if sho wonts to Mangan Oh Ill havo a judge appoint n com Â¬ mission that will incarcerutohim in tho county nsylnni nnd It Isnt likely lioH twenpo from there until I tiui politically dead And how nro they going to kill me it will set Mangan crazy anyhow mid the commission will uot huvo to be The statements In the testimonial below are familiar facts to the Immediate friend ot Mr Geoi I A Zlrkle school teacher of ML Uoreb Tenn very well known throughout th county where he was born and has always lived Bead It 0 1 Hood Si Co Lowell Masst Dear Sirs I believe In Hoods Barsaparllla X will tell you why I liar suffered from In Â¬ terned scrofula from child hood When ST years et age my eyes became strangely affected I could not read after sunset and when I would close my eyes I eould not open them but on whichever side I by on that side I eould open my eye This condition continued about twe years and was succeeded by i An Intolerable Itching rf Theso and kindred Ideas wcro surg Â¬ ing through tils bruin ns ho walked up nnd down Ills head bowi d his brow corrugated his fists clinched as u mnna tlia rush of excitement pulsating through his nerves or meet tho pain stealing through his system with the He would KHiusthcels of determination stop how and then to listen for the ie turning footstep of the alitor and the girl awl while lie wan In pue of these LeurkeulBg attitude Mother St Ger Â¬ trude In her soft aandaU Boiselesely approached the door be exclaimed straightening Ah up aud eiuleavoriug to be yleeeent Ml teared yuu bad forgotten we UartsetMNMnetaneMtbat would SftLiUflfawlt all over my body and limbs I had to have my little boys take shoe brushes and scratch me It was dreadful It continued a month and was followed Immediately by a tumor In the right tide ot my neck as large as smalt egg I at once commenced taking physlclaus prescrip tions aud continued till I lost hope In the mean time the tumor cluinged Ha place to the Immev dlate front of my neck suppurated and waa fol- Â¬ lowed by others till six had formed and broken finally three years ago another Urea tu-Â¬ mor seated Itself on the point o my collar bone and In six months another half way back on the bone Both ot them toon began tn discharge and continued to In so till about aitvr months iptlons ago I tried everything tncludlug pre 1 was often so weak tliat Â¬ Tho keeper went back to the office and rang up tho reporters at police bead quarters Hello Hello la that the report Yon havent been up here to see era that body It didnt amount to any- Â¬ thing yon say Do you know If Man No Well do yon know gansabout this body looks like bis Yes thats I hope it aint but would what I said The actual meaning of economy Is Oh you can sco somo of you como up not in purchasing goods nt low prices You will All right it any time but getting full value for your outlay Goodby Such wero the telephonic eentencos he Babbagos delivered to the reporters and they sug Â¬ gested what tho queries of Mangana comrades in tho journalistic profession 07 were Usually one man goes out on an assignment like this but nearly all the repot tors went np to the morgue to see the body trusting that they would not Capital Stock 25 000 find It to be Mangana Meanwhile Raymond had communi- Â¬ Bnrplna 7 000 cated with the office of hia newspaper organ and ordered a man to be sent to B V BKARD President him Thero wus one there by Ray Â¬ WILL MILLEK Vloe Presldent mond himself appointed whose stories M II BEABD Cashier They were un- Â¬ wero passed unedited DKA11D 1 derstood to coma from the chief This GW Dire tor man staid iu the oftlce killing time as M0RKI8 KSKBIDdK B M JOLLY generally at easy desk beat pleased him INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS work ready to respond to the summons In a few minutes bo of hia superior Our Gem Shirts have arrived choice waa in tho private office of the registrar 60 cents at Babbagos of arrears which Raymond bad latcy been making hia headquarters 12 a 14 12 14 I hereby order a convention to bo hold 5 10 at Hardinsburg Ky tho 3rd Monday in MISCELLANEOUS Juno which is tho 18th for tho purpose Tallow 4K of electing delegates to the congress- Â¬ Beeswax M 21 35 ional convention which is to meet at Sorghum Molanel QKAIN FEED 30 M HAY Lebanon June 27 1694 Wo will bo We quote prices to day on LouIstIUo city ntitled to 12 delegates All Repub Â¬ wharft 0AT3 licans aro urged to attend No 2 oat - 32 3 Fiiank Haswuix Chairman HAY Attention Republicans Tub washed Grease fine Orease coarse Merino Hurry and Cots 25 2S - IS M 17 M MEYER BOWLING GREEK CO BURAS KY HERN TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT Business CoUee BOWLING GREEK Strictly choice Choice No 2 Oood Medium Good Bright Straw CORN Choice whit Choloe shelled 10 50 11 00 10 00 4 76 13 00 12 00 fSmeeilm ESTABLISHED COLLEGE IN 18TB lm SCHOOL ii II 00 BUSINESS I SOUTHERN NORMAL 5 50 42 46 4 00 3 50 -- 3 1 ow rates of board and tuition Send lor Pupils can enter at I lor Writing and Penmanship I catalogue any time bend or catalogue OHERBT BROS Prop Bowling Oreen Ky Address Monton Course doslred English Scientific Teachers and Classic Theereat IlusIneTralnlneSchoololtheSouth Music Art and Klucutlun provided TloolcKeeplnff hhort hand Telegraphy Type 1 Courses BANK eardhsbum V 3 Medium to good butchers 11003 5 Choice packing and butcher 5 Fair to good 6 Rough Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 CATTLE Good to extra hipping Light shipping Best Butcher t 4 25 3 75 3 65 3 25 5 6 6 5 40 25 75 00 40 00 25 20 50 75 J 0 UOURNK J M UARPEK DANIEL UROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO SHEEP Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Oood to extra spring Fair to good 3 75 1 50 4 50 3 60 3 25 2 50 Jj 4 4 75 00 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE IIOQS AND SHKEP 1PEEDY I flats will when he wants to drive back t Alea Wholesale aad Retail Dealers In The L fit L Louisville June mix T railway will sejl round trip tickets from all stations to Laatarllle for train Yellsw Pine Fleering and Celling Hoods Sarsa partita a little lest than a yew ago 52 and W of June 4tU and train 63 oi Lathe Line 8Mee and took nvo botttes When I began I had M Cemat Brlek Hair ftltn In It In 1m than three bmwUw both Um June 96th at one fare fer the round trip T litre on my sliouMer were healed 1 wat ow4 Keejra to return fill June 27th fiat aaJ Ellnda et a troublesome catarrh and Mrorulout habH tkket limit T T 3 I weigh Tioketa will be sold on tlie branoh June has staadUy grown km aware swa an awea ai atetrsnaf BNtariai ware than 1 ever UW l wy flw and an Thla will be the graauW Sfiilt only IrVttM of Hoalth Sole gaata far eelebratloa ever given by the MaeotM saaildsrUm my eoneHtuUoa Da yw waniUr Tney bavin arranged for Aaaerieaa HMwetwT Fertilizers ami Trey Jfeal I baHeve ta Hoods HrparUIT I aaa it the aaoat elaborate aad uafoioatt apee ever taetitar pyroteahaieal prtf atMc l TA f Mooata PHtta atn U ar Use Ohsjii glvaa aaaajawwt and my tearcely attend to my business school teachÂ¬ ing I was utterly discouraged And now my ttory draw to a close I began Um use ot Could Scarcely Walk mind was to confused that I eould ToaacotTrnrum GREGORY - CO per buttle Irlre sssooMKDICAJ rUKMOMT rrSrtrM LAX3X llSOirtM BIS9CX0 We GUARANTEE a CURE or refund tour money TXFAT PEOPLE aad LASTING RESULTS - Send 4e lor treatise CO Boston Moaa BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILIF KY leiaeed Sataata LqiiUyjII Aceousjt WHARFMASTERS CtiVERPfJHT KENTUCKY St Johns Glbratton at Agents Wanted SOLICITINa FOR RATE81 HoocTsCures 1 EVAZMPCRDAY Lovings Protective ANQ v Collection Agency THIS IS BIG PAY NO iHt HUMIUG MAN KY Irf TO THE BIGHT lOWLlM noma ami aatniansa HM4prtra MCN uaaiAatca sreivasl aria sW 41 W Jataa- IV aaWfc I vVS J m m mtmM IWlmmpiXVff nai li waaiMia III ww11 i nm jwfc hhwihwVi mtmmmimmm ji r VTTWrWWfr rlff9lfB8PYT8W - wTr rVr a 1 i i ifiiiiini umr rriutrrvfKWfrrurry News 1894 iiiiiiiiiisns siilsifiMiitiMirmirfflitriTVlfo A y frrrrrfflfflnr-rfffTaBMitfiinJTrinlfriiii-M- Breckenridge McDANIELS C S Jarboe is improving Mr J L llhodesis in Evansvillee WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 The Kind of iiKclicino GREAT GUSHER So A FROM ARIZONA i A Former Breckenridge Countian Writes and Tells of That Boautiful Country Harvest Is Over Crops aro Good and Tho Pooplo Aro Pros- Â¬ perous and Happy ABOUT RELIGION May 24 I Iiiknix Arizona 1894 Ed Â¬ been some time einco I havo attempted to wrlto any letter to tho readers of your very interesting paper I will make another attempt and I hope that it may bo interesting enough not to find a place in the waste basket I am now living in onn of tho beat countries on tho continent where there is continuel summer and dry air and healthful climate and with water can raise any kind of agriculturel product in largo quantities If you could see some of our alfalfa fields now and just look at the ricks of hay that has been cut this spring and tho second crop nearly ready to cut again you would be surprised Now weean cut from four to six crops per year improper irrigation is used and from ono and one half to two tons each cutting Wheat harvest is nearly over and a good yield at that Com in many places Uisslcd out Iiarloy cut Irish potatoes good and have been in use for a month As to peas beans onions rad ishes lottice and many other garden products wc have them fresh all the time the year round We have been using strawberries for over a month and apricots for the last two weeks Grapes and figs will be in market in a short time There is a great crop of amnions and peaches this year in fact we arc having a good crop of all kinds this year If you could just take a ride around in our valley and see the amount of cattle and horses on pasture this year you would bo surprised This is the best year for ranchers that we have had for some time The water is scarce in the mountains and feed is dried up very much All of the cattle that are large enough for market are brought to tho valley und put on paituro for shipment Horses are cheaper hero now than ever before you can buy a good 1000 to 1200 pound horse 4 to i years old for 20 smaller for lew A word to Sirocco I love to read his writings becausu they are put up in a good scholary stylo but I cant agree with him on a religious point of view I be Â¬ lieve in holiness of heart or sanctifica tion I will not attempt to give many rea sons for my belief I think there is one or two that is full suflcient Christ came upon earth for an example and to atone for the sins of all man kind And of course he irave us a law and command Â¬ ments to obey He shed his precious blood to purify and cleanse us and of courso if wo have been born again or in other words of the spirit and holy ghost wo are cleansed therefore wo nre sanc- Â¬ tified for we aro Christ like If we are christians there aro hundreds of pasages of scripture to prove sanctlflcation with in fact nothing to prove to the contrary Now tho passage saying Nono good no not one that is correct for it is said Wo are conceived in sin and brought forth in Iniquity therefore wo are not good until wo are cleansed by tho blood of the Lamb Now a profession of Christianity that does not cleanse in holiness of heart and sanctification I am doubtful oir I will write you another letter and giyo you the scripture on it in the future X X X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ itor ItRECKENHIIXlK NEWS As it llSB Mr Frank Ootbrath was here last Tuesday night Mr Dan Hicks was iu Leltclifield Thursday on business Mr Ike Otvcn of Glcndeanc was here Friday looking after his staves Mrs Jo PArson visited Iter mother Mrs Hunter Wednesday night Miss Pearl Mercer of Dnir visited her cousin Miss Itoxy Moore lust week Mrs Viola Spencer and Miss Kite Ram soy attended the picnic at Center View Miss Maggio Rhodes visited tho family of her brother Mr Jim Rhodes Sunday Mr Dick Wade who Is quite afavdrlto with our merchants was iiere last week Mr Horace Hunter attended the bury Â¬ ing at Corals school house last Thurs Â¬ day Mrs Mary Sampley of Cloverport is visiting her mother Mrs Lizzie Quig gins Mr John Jarboe of Axtel spent Thursday night with his brother Mr C S Jarboe C T Hunter of Leltclifield was over toBeehls brother Mr II A Hunter last week Mrs Sue Mercer and Miss Vanna Overton of Rock Vale are visiting Mrs Sam Parsons Mr Joe Parson while at work on his now barn had his foot badly mashed by a falling Kill One of Dr Harts horses was thrown by another horse on to a plow and had its foot badly cut Mrs Milton Coke and Mrs J II Hart lcnt the day Thursday with theirsister Mrs Clyde Hicks Dr Henry Board of Ilardinsburg was at Mr Fred Fraizes last week doing some dental work Mrs Kittle Moore and daughter Miss Addle of Evcleigh were guests at Mr John Moores last Sunday Miss Lelia Cundifl who has been on the sick list most of the time since her return is again able to be out Mr Jimmie C Mattingly and sister Miss Mary were the guests of Miss Dora and Mr Fred McDanlel Sunday Mr Fred Fraize went to Constantino Thursday to deliver a nice lot of hogs to Mr Felix Butler at 115 per hundred I lev Edmund Melealfu after a plea sant visit with his father has returned laden with llovwrtt and presents fur his wife and little daughter Mr Klza Moore and sister Miss Roxy and Miss Pearl Mercer visited relatives in Hardinsburg last week Mr Thomas Moore returned with them from school Mr Horace Hunter has been making our mouth water by tolling us of the delicious ice cream and cake that was served at Mr Lon Glasscocks last Sunday Evan Cannon of Leitchfield who has been visiting his grand father Rev M I Pumphroy returned homo Friday ac companied by his uncle Marion Pumph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ you ni id h fin old reliable tonio mid blood purifier las Well Near Tattoria 0 Is Powerful That It Cannot Be Oontroled HELPLESB INVALID About 18 tuontliB or two years ngo my wifos health gnvo way nnd sho grow steadily worso Sho could not retain scarcely anything ehu nto and tho en so finally asHUmud tho vorst form of DYSPEPSIA and CHRONIC DIARRHUiA and she became a holplosB invo lid At the ago of 18 I had hor undor tho troatmont of a good AMERICA The Land of the Free And the Home of the Brave SARSAFARSLLfA can have no substitute Cures others AYERS it and will cure you Koiind JlbOMl Thkv FciiAMniK Aptkii It A few days ago a prominent farmer from out in the county stepped into tho News olllce and threw down a dollar saying Please He was send me the News for this informed that we thought ho was already a subscriber and if he did not get tho paper regularly it was not our fault for it surely left this office every Wednes Â¬ day morning I know that the gentleman repllf d and it comes to mo all right but Oh yes we under stand now you want to extend the date of your sub- Â¬ Examining the mailing scription list Why your subscription is already paid a year in advance do you want it extended to two yearn No I want to pay for another sub sciption You see Is of much moro importance in Dr M J Davis is a prominent phy- Â¬ Drugs than quantity for upon sician of Lewis Cass county Iowa and quality does life in many Instances been actively engaged iu the practlc has depend of medicine at that place for the past thirty five years On tho Lliili of May WE ARE ALWAYS CRITICAL while iu Des Moines en route to Chicago In tliii select ion of our stock and ho was suddenly taken with an attack of purchase only such as wo can safediarrhoea Having Bold Chamberlains ly commend to our customers Colic Cholera and Diarrhuu Remedy for the past soventeen years and knowing ASIDE FROM DRUGS Wo are agents for tho Walter A its reliability he procured a 25 cent bot- Â¬ Wood Binders nnd Mowers Rakes tle two doses of which completely cured Twine and all kinds of Repairs him The excitement and change of water and diet incident to traveling often If You Are in Need produce a dinrrluea Every one should Of a Machine we will make it to procure a bottle of this Remedy betbre six for 5 wont you your Interest to buy it from us leaving home For sale by A It Fisher The gentleman was informed that if two copies did not quiet the troubled Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Meador CO J T CUNDIFF Co Ilardinsburg Ky waters that he coul J have six at his own price an 1 he went out happy GUSTON KY Â¬ Oh thats tho way is it Wo seo what you want You wish to subscribe for a friend and linve the paper sent to him To what address must wo send it No you dont understand me yet I want the paper sent to my address I want two copit s You see it is just this way at my house There are six of us in the family and wo take bIx papers I go to the postoflicc every Wednesday and 1 get all the papers out of the office at the same time When I get back home notwithstanding the fajt that thero are enough for every member of tho family to havo one to lead they all want the UiiKCKKXiuxusNhWM first and there is a scramble over who shall have it nnd when one person gets it ho dont want to give it up till he has read it clear through This is tho only disturbance that we ever havo in our family and I am determined that it shall bo stopped I want two papers sent to me every week and if these dont quiet the fussing and hard feelings I will subscribe for six one for each of us You will let mo havo A phenomenal gas well was recently drilled by the Chicago Oil Co near Fostorla O Tho Chicago Record says the well Is on the James Wallace faun in Hancock county The drill had only tea lied the depth of t50 feet and the well had just been cased The drillers heard the roar of gas as the drill tapied the reservoir and ran for their lives from tho derrick but nono to soon as tho ponderous drill was hurled like a shot from a gun to the heighth of nearly 100 feet above the trto tops The casing followed in quick suc- Â¬ cession and was scattered an 1 bent in a tangled mass No sooner had tho pon- Â¬ derous volume of gas given vent to its strength than it ignited from the fires of the boiler near by and a steady volume of fire shot up over 160 feet high Enough oil is thrown out with the gas to make a lake of fire surrounding tho well and It is impossible to get closer than 100 feet to tho burning well The entire plant of the drillers including the engine and boiler is encircled by the flames and everything is a total loss The surrounding land Is boggy and for a quarter of a mile surrounding the well in many places the gas 1b coming tip through the earth with such force that ground and wateraro thrown to a height of ten feet or more and these plact s re Â¬ semble boiling springs Tho water gurgles and dances from the escape of the gas fullyn quarter bf a milo away from tho well Tho entire woods is filled with the gas coining through the ground and people have left the place fearing at any timo that the entire vicinity may spring into a mass of seething lames The roar of the gas chn bo heard for nearly ten miles and people are coming from miles around to see the gusher Oil men old in experience declare that nothing like it lias ever been known It is in entirely new tenilory and is supposed to bo a crevice or pocket which will soon blow itself out At its present rate of speed it can never bo brought under control Breathes thorn tho man with soul so dead Who never to himself hath said This is my own my nativo land I Our Own Country Kppresented in more than 300 Splendid and Wonderful Photographs In Natural Photographic Colors physician but his efforts to re Â¬ lieve her woro of no avaiL So nftor matters hnd emitinuod thus for 8 or 10 months and to dio I my wife hnd givon took the case in my own hands and purchased a buttle of Dr Tho Grandost and Most Beautiful Thing Evor Soenl Twenty Consocutivo Numbers for ONLY rJ Puulishod in Kings ROYAL OERMETUER bognn giving it to hor iiiwutttrns hot as sho could drink it hoforo and nftor each iiuml using n mild purgative occasionally on retiring at night Suffice it to sny iu loss titan a week there wns A WONDERFUL CIIANOU Boo could oat a littlo of any Â¬ Wo aro supplying Portfolio No Otoe again thi8 Wick tho secom weck go as 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this coupon enclose it in an envelope with JO CENTS IX SIL fJiJi no stamps and address it to THE NATIONAL ART CO or send direct to the publisher of this paper and the Numher of OUll OWN COUNTRY fwcii above will be forwarded to your address by return mail Dont write anything on this coupon except your address 5 Name 2 Post S State Office Alia Skilhnan and Ellis Roberts of West View were guests at Mr E Coopers Saturday night and ac- Â¬ companied Misses Delia and Neddie Hunter to Antioch on Sunday Rev James Galloway of Hardin Springs delivered quite an interesting sermon at Pleasant Hill on tho evening of tho 2nd Bro Galloway is n young preacher and his friends here are glad to noto his rapid improvement and predict for him a bright future Ho was accom- Â¬ panied by his amiable wife and two little boys roy Messrs SAMPLE WtttVtMvM STAR SALOON ok - rt 9 j ft The Why and Wherefore There is nothing marvelous in tho fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla should cure so many diseases When you remember that a majority of tho disorders flesh is heir to are due to impure or poisonous condition of the blood and that Hoods Saruaparllla is un eflectivn and radical blood purifier tho whole thlpg is ex- Â¬ plained Besides its blood purifying qualities Hoods Saruaparllla also contains the best known vegetable stomach tonics diuretics kidney remedies and liver invigorants and is thus an excellent At the first indication of disorder the specific for all disorders of these organs as well as for low condition of the sys Â¬ deranged or enfeebled condition of the stomach liver or bowels should bo tem or That Tired Feeling promptly rectified by Ayers Cathartic Pills These Pills do not gripe are per Â¬ NEW BETHEL fectly safe to take and remove all Mr Alfred Miller was in Hardinsburg tendency to liver and bowel complaints Friday Gardens and crops generally aro look- Â¬ PERSIMMON FLAT ing well Items of interest scarco Mr J S Barnes was in Hardinsburg J et us hear from you Hltes Run last Friday Aro you going to tho show is all you Mr J S Barnes lias 1200 cabbage and 800 tweet potatoe plants planted and can hear now Miss Katie King was in Cloverpoit will plant more shopping Friday Mrs Mary Sea ton and Miss Jennie Bob Blake tho masher went to Hitoa Barnes visited Miss Letitla Adkiewon Run to seo his best girl Sunday ono day last week Miaa Lucy Johnson was in Cloverport Will somo one of the brother or sister correspondents please send mo tho song shopping and attending to Iinjxirtant of The Wandering Refugee business Mr Richard Adkisson Jr has secured Misa Minnie Blake of Hitofl Run was a position as teacher at tho now district visiting friends at this placo Saturday near this pldeo for tho fall term and Sunday Misses Letitla Adkisson Mo isrs Will and Sam Furrow of Hitea Juda and Elaza Squires wero guests of Misses Hun wero visiting relatives at this place Adella and Carrie Atwood Sunday Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Barnes went to Hardins Â¬ Tho farmers of this section aro about burg last Thursday and callod to see done sotting tobacco The crop Ib small Mrs Anna Miller who is lying in a very ou account of scarcity of plants critical condition Marion Weatherholt and Pat Greet Misa Jessie Pate has returned from wood attended the music party given at Garfield whore alio was visiting Iter Mr James Johnsons Saturday night school mate Miss Katie Board We The health of this community is toler- Â¬ hope she spent the time pleasantly ably good at this writing with the ex Dr PrkeCrMi BakJ Pswtfer caption of Mr John Beavin who is yery WatflaV Quito a crowd went from here to Anti- Â¬ och Sunday and were very much disap Â¬ pointed that the Rev Bhefler of Hend erson who was to havo preached the funeral of Mrs Emma ShelTer failed from soiiio unknown cause to meet his appointment Bro Cundifl delivered one of liis forciblo sermons in the morn- Â¬ ing and Bro Galloway preached in tho afternoon Tho remains of Mr Milton Tucker wero laid to rest iu tho cemetery at Corals school house on the 7th Ho died from the bums received at the time his daughter was burned to death Mr Tucker was a good man and highly re- Â¬ spected citizen and will bo sadly missed by ills relatives and friends To the be Â¬ reaved wife and llttlo son wo extend our deepest sympathy Grkat Travelers Of all the animals creatures or things that go upon tho road an egg case seems to bo tho most prodi- Â¬ gal tho most prone to wonder about with the least certainty of getting back Every merchant who has had any ex Â¬ perience in this line knows that when he starts out a lot of new egg cases that he has hardly ono chaneo in a thousand of getting any of tliem back oven if he has tliem marked all over with his name and address It seems to be the accepted theory that it is perfectly honest for every man to steal as many cases as he can get his hands on und for this reason there is a tool manufactured for the express pur Â¬ pose of scratching oil the marks from tho cases that their own may be placed thereon It Is a knife like a drawing knife with a very crooked blade and two handles Properly speaking there is but ono lot of egg cases in the world nnd it is owned by the general public As an illustration it is proper to men Â¬ tion the experiences of some Cloverport egg coses which has just come to light Some months ago Sulzers sent three new cases of eggs to private parties in Louisville They were received all right and the empty casesstarted back This was the last heard of them till one day last week when a great big New Orleans steamboat landed here The sole object of her burning probably five dollars worth of coal in making the stop and getting under headway again was to put offtnree dilapidated woe begono little egg cases Juno came in with summer weather A Sunday School was organized hire Sunday Mr J M Mattingly was elected Bchool trustee last Saturday Mrs Geno Connor went to Rome lhat Monday to visit her mother Mrs Lee Stewart who has beon sick for several days is now improving Miss Dee Basham wants our school Sho has a good reputation as a teacher Mr John B Jolly led the class meet Â¬ ing lost Sunday the leader being absent Miss Mary Lou RobblnsMr Bradshaw and Miss Ida Hampden went to Clover port Saturday Wo think there is about thirteen anglers to every single finny bug ijn Sinking creek Master McGlothlan of Irvington was visiting his aunt Mrs J M Mat Â¬ tingly last Saturday Mrs Eve Brashcar of Preston was visiting her daughter Mrs J M Mat- tlngly last Tintsday Messrs Mattinglyand Miller will build a new storo liouso here Boon Hampden Stewurt have tho contract Mr Bradsliaw of the Indian Territory was visiting the family of Mr W Rob bins last Saturday and Sunday Messrs John B and T J Jollv Mrs T B Squires and little nephew BruVe Jolly wero visiting in Union Star list Friday the guests of Mr and Mrs D S Richardson On account of the bad weather the funerals of Mrs John B Jolly and Mfa Lorenzo D Dowell will bo preached on tho third Sunday in June instead of the third Sunday in May Miss Addle Jolly has returned librae after a visit of several weeks in Iiawes vllle and Cloverport Some of our boys who were in mourning during her ab Â¬ sence are now bright und smiling again SPECIAL This isf or You ONLY FOR ONE for a drink that is when you arc dry Step into Bates and his good liquors try The liquors you get their no slops will be found But like a ripe peach all mellow and sound If you should wish 1 Just give Bates a call should you come from afar You will be treated with kindness in front of his bar Whiskies and cigars from lirmsof re nown He handles the best that is sold in the town Should the weather be hot and dust in the street Just try a cool drink it cannot be beat So step in and with metyou will agree That they are reviviscent when made by J W Gold Foil Box Paper Mourning Box Paper ruled and un- Â¬ ruled Linen Box Paper ruled and unruled 3 Quires Best Paper Come and make your purchases WEEK Western R 20c 20c 20c 20c B StarW Saloon J BATES Proprietor Cloverport Ky JNO D BABBAGE E C Bahhaoe Manager LoufsviHerHadinsburg i aiwrnwimmwis in These are our J i D BRASHEAR No 3 TIME TABLE TAKING EFFECT JULY 20 1891 Wctt Uound Tralm Htt Bound Tnlni Dally Dlljr Daily Dalli x Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun NoS No 1 No 3 No f 11 12 12 Negligee Shirts Look Right Made Right Size Right JL TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick House 1100am Ly Irvlnrton Ar 930am 1140 Garfield 8 20 Kirk 100 Jollv 118 Clendeane Dempster 121 143 arFalliRoiiKhlv 220 Hock vale 232 Huth 244 Atklni 269 Oaka 330pm ArFordivillelv 65am 12 48 CLOVERPORT KY Harned Hardlntburg g 00 7 40 710 700 640 630 610 537 618 pt vy Desires to see all the tobacco farmers of this and surrounding country Louisville SI Louis Texas R 5 26 6 00 4 4Sam They wero the identical prodieals which a few months before had loft here for Louisvlllo brand new and bright as dallarsj but now they wero perfect frights hardly fit for kindling wood They had been shipped on the boat by a commission house at Now Orleans La and the dim marks and tags which they wero covered with showed that while absent they had done service in Mesouri Arkansas and Mississippi and Instead of the original paste board pack Â¬ ing Ihoy wero half full of cotton seed Tuunx Price Right IQ 125 150 200 and 250 JNO D BABBAGE E C BABBGAE sro 22 Tukliis Effect J Co -- TIME SCHEDULE At 600 oclck A U Snndar Dee 17 2S93 run iiouna lYaini Sail Bound Tratttt 13 Reduced Bates to Oweniboi f ir o Excursion On the day of John Robinsons show In this city Juno 13 the Breckinridge Company Limited will run threo trips m L T railroad will sell tickets at one fare for the round trip from Henderson to Cloverport inclusive to Owensboro June 15th and 10th ac Â¬ count meeting of League of American Wheelmen Tickets good to return on till Juno 17th tho Manager I Uiprs T -- STATldNS Dally Uapra Mall S3 - Dally DISSOLUTION m IvUnn tt leaving Cloverport at 700 a m 1100 a in 000 u in THIS IS THE BEST PHOENIX Victoria at 800 a in 1200 m 700 p m Children Cry for VVliM Pitchers Cajtoria yta care fc Pair HI nam I -- - mmA - tow ths waj Child the eril h Umsm MIm afco shuf kan tt Ud CUMns re w Whm Wrxu tick CutorU far Cuterbt CMterU QMfcwta LIME CO Stephensport Ky mnt MniWo trot uuttnry I OBTAIN PATENT writ Fur opinion to M UN N WES wkoIP bad Btwrlr BJir uni iPOTlBMlBUMMtnt tloHMrlSUyooalMaatUt JYEtloo oaaowulmr FalBl i4 how la ob W COPYRIGHTS CAN A KHIOTft mJBt tpA Tn i The co partnership ol Murray it MlJIer lajhU day dluolved by mutual conunt DuvlJ It Murray having purclmtd the Intersil of It JN Miller Is entitled to all the assets and all notes and accounts are payable to ami collected by him This tho th lUy or May IUA II Murray U N Miller utm Kentucky St West lolnt Howard noc Haven K ron Custon Dlly Dally 7 im tlUinl 1132 1124 1107 1041 IH7 815 iS urandenburg Irvington Webster ldiburg Ilerce Stephensport Addison Ho Cloverport Shops vl Iman Hawesvlll Petri Ha Icon Lonir Uranch ilia -- iu 1069 to SO OH 036 lOM 1U08 0 48 1020 1011 NIIOHTKANU BOOK KEEPING Hv Slbpl and II2NJHAN8MI t tir W AWMZliitiZ ritirfrrtimiii tV WITSrVirw3Kr iumSSwav ASK FOR IT W havt recently prepared Hooka on the above esjwclally adapted to lloMk 8TUDV Sent on 00 days trial Hundreds have been benefited hundreds of Hollars by orderinir our publications Vmr not vouf Should you later decide tn enter our Colleve you would receive credit for the amount paid Knur weeks by our method pf teaching book keeping is equal to it wceka by the old plan PuetillHHB Guurunterd under certain eon dltlom Send for our freu illustrated page Address- catalojMiandsbiL vur wants firauxhon trest traughnna practical Cllru and School of Shorthand ad Tlmaph Nashville Tmi It Teachers ooo No vwathM blMUuMlhMM yar Knur aoyU0 V NB Wpy 101 ui eMUiicw ss bosMfMapera kou rasher Utistn clerks alt BMtdtO wo w an Lewlsport Powers Owcnsbora Stanley Cavce Pata MattUvly WtavUI V ia jjm eUe tv mai tffGbSa t iyy ffpp fi7yifiyffpipr ilffPW tj rgpi t jppu qy r r f mf Vs flUtt P r- - r ii h r i Jim Wheeler Went to Ixmlsvllle Mon day night It Is dotknown whether he has gone to buy n horso or n hundred ImgBhcnds of tobacco as he talked con ilderably of both Just before ho left Col Vl Forbes of Fordsville was in the city a couple of days last week at Â¬ tending the taking of depositions in the Forbes Dellnveti lltlgntlon to determlno the ownership of some vacant lots lying on tliu hill in this city Rev John 0 Palmer of Madison Ind preached two excellent sermons In the Presbyterian church last SundayRev Inliner limy periimutly locate in tills eily to tnko he plnco of ho4 ReA Dr Uurgess rtslgned thouglrholirm not yet MOST PERFECT MADE fully decided A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free Percy Hopper left last Friday for from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Louisville to go into practico for the 40 YEARS THE STANDARD bicycle races that come off irl tbntclty to day Ilewllf eontond for sonic of the BRECKENRIDGE tSEWS prizes to bo fclvcnto amateur racers jin Louisville Now jAlbnuy Qwonsboro and WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1894 EvnnsvlUo dating tbo next few days Thousands of people will bo In Clover LOCAL BREVITIES port to day It is tho first circus that has struck the town for five years nnd it Now cnnl enscs at Babbagbs is reasonable to predict that tho plow Full line notions nt Bnbbagus will stop Every man woman and child Ladles card cases at Bnbbagos Our streets will bo In reach will come Ice cream every day nt tbo City Bakery thronged and tho fnkcrs song will iloat upon tho breezo It is foolish to warn Box paper nt 2oc this week nt Bab the people ngnlnst fakers for tho man bagos Call nt Ialace Saloon for fine old who is such a sucker as to think that tho faker dont understand his business is wlilsky All kinds of cool drinks nt the City sure to have little sense enough na to think that the reason you advlso him Bakery Every thing good to eat for tlm circus not to go against tho game is becauso you nro envious of what he knows and Jsulzers makemoneyvherl to Tooth brushes from 15c toiOotynt dont wantltfBOseo him easy f J ho can do Bnbbagus Coldest beer in city one doorlelow 1 teEfcli 5E3E9Sa Â¬ prfff vtrrvvw 6 rt i MiRfiei Hoiiors DR Worldi Pall Killed Him Levy Mi Clovor Bores Babo Garner Through With Two Pistol Balls At a Negro Festival LOOK The Circus is Here See Our Grand Display of Rugs t So are we CREAM given at a negro church near iuston lost Saturday evening Babe Garner was Bliot and Instantly killAt n festival Â¬ BAKING POWDER ed by Levy Clover All the parties concerned are colored 5 The difficulty aroso over a woman Garner ha4n sweet heart at tho ftstival and a brother of Loyy Clever was paying so much attention to her that Garner got AT THIS 2000 Suits for 1500 1800 Suits for 1350 00 Suits for 1100 1000 Suits for 750 15 And every other article in tho snmo proportion Wo menu what wo say Tho cheapest and the best Clothing in tho city is Now is your timo to buy being sacrificed Carpets T Tl -- - Ai - Curtains Mattings Second to none postofllco PERSONAL I tho green eye Ho filled up on booze and attempted to get revenge His first break was to throw a rock which struck young Clever on the head and for n wonder knock- Â¬ ed hliu sensolessi When tovy Clcycr saw his brotlior thus prostrated ho drew his pistol and shot Garner twice hitting tho vltnls and killing him instantly The plnco where tho shooting was done was right on tho line dividing Meade and Breckenridge counties and as ttie authorities did not know who had authority Ciarnars body was burled next day with out an inquest being held Levy Clever however went to Bran Â¬ denburg and surrendered to tho authori- Â¬ ties and he was placed in jail there The young Clever who was struck with tho stone is seriously hurt and may die though ho is yet alive Tho Clovers have always been sober quiet und respectable colored citizens while Garuor had the unenviable repu- Â¬ tation of being a drunken rowdy and nil round bad nigger PAPA DIED Our Shoe Exhibit JULIUS WINTER OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS S CO Ky Our Clothing1 Exhibit An easy matter to supply your wants Our Grocery Exhibit Brim full of Good things to Eat Our Dress Goods Exhibit Representing the latest and Correct things to Wear ECornerThird and Markot Sts Louisville Our Museum of Art Â¬ Bric-a-Bra- c Columbia Bicycles riwiiiSrfj- B- - f X iv te V Something nobby in ladles purees nt Babbagos Tropical fruits fresh vegetables see our display Sulzers If you net d n purso dont Ull to 8eo Babbngos lines very late Lcnvo your orders for Ice cream nnd Cos shcrbort nt Kicdol Louisville beer is tho best I sell it fresh nnd cold J W Bates Loss pocketed without n murmur Mrs II V Duncan the Milliner Ladies those new purses will strike your cjo nt a glance at Bapbagos Make our storo your headquarters to Â¬ day ieo cold water on tap Sulors Louisvillu beer fresh ice cold and sparkling nt J W Bates Star Saloon Nice cool drinks arc refreshing thesoi hot days I sell them J V Bates Cream sodas lemonade milk shake ice cold sweet cider at Hiedel Cds Fresh ice cold beer always on tap at ono door below post Palace Saloon office Miss Nellie Beverly Is viMting In Hen- Â¬ TOO derson Geo Deano has been on tho sick list Milton Tucker Dies From the Effects for several days of the Burns He Eeceived While Mr Ahmed Board of Webster was in Helping His Child the city Friday on business Ollio Tousoy went to Hardlnsburg Sun- Â¬ Mention was made last week of tho day on his wheel Amos Board of Hardlnsburg was in burning to death of the little daughterof - Best Best Best Best Frames Tires Representing an elegant collecOrnamental tion of Flower Pots Jap Ware Table and Pretty Ornaments Wheels Pedals Agent The best is the cheapest Seo us and get Catalogue free TTdlA tho city Saturday Frank Mercer of Hardlnsburg camo down on his wheel Sunday Jesse Owen is spending n few days in the city visiting his parents Mrs IjiFoo mother of Mrs C DTem plo has returned to her home Joe Askins and son Jesse of Stephens port were in the city Saturdny Rov lluvser is attending the coin- ineiicuinunt of Russellvillo college Miss Alta Crossqn of Union Star Is the guest of her niece MJssEunico Cros son Master Durelle Falrleigh of Louisville is the guest of his annl Mrs J D Bab Â¬ bage LI V K4V- tv Ik It ffe if-1 ft T 2 If - is in Mrs Eliza Holt of Owonsboro Benedict Beavin has had n nice now of his business the city tho guest of Mr and Mrs Chas awning placed in front May house Misses Letitia and Lizzo Hall came Our grocery department is full of good home Monday after a prolonged stay at eatings to day send in your ordeis Webster Sulzers Mr Frank Ditto Sr of Brandenburg of goods for n thimble A buggy load is tho guest of his daughter Mrs J D ful of money Mrs II V Duncnn the Babbage 4 Mflliner Mrs J T Daniel and little daughter prevents enrly vegetables Curry Power Virgie returned from Owensboro last from making you sick Try a bottle Saturday Sulzers Mr F L Boyd came up from Union See our storo to day look into the town and spent last Sunday with his show windows bring your friends in to family in this city see Sulzers Mr aud Mrs C V Wright nnd son of Wayne City III are in the city visiting Examine largo screw top pints Owens B yrandMrs 0 V Couch boro Clubonly 50e at Palace Saloon F A J3eavin nnd Isadore Popham Beavin Prop any way you want went to Cecilian College last week to at- Â¬ The finest drinks thetnat J W Bates Star Saloon opposite tend the commencement Mr F J Ferry and son Kenneth left the post office Rapids Two elegant rooms either last Wednesday for Grand Fon Rknt Mich to spend a couple of weeks Apply to furnished or unfurnished John Slatonof Rosettn was in tho city Jno D Babbage a couple of days last week the guest of Hats They need no advertisement his daughter Mrs Lalze Mcholas once a lady sees them Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ Miss Zilpah Frymire and Matter Wal Â¬ can tho Milliner ter ONeil of Chenault are the guest of Tho big parade passes our store so their cousin Miss Eunice Crosson drop in and rest a while until it gets Mr W M Powers of Powers Station ready to start Sulzers Is in tho city attending the Normal Seo our pretty display of goods in our school vllo is boarding atThos W roes Seo our goods Mrs J Brltnndall who has been quite dry goods department get our prices Sulzers sick while on her visit to Ohio we are pleased to say she is improving rapidly Mrs Elvira Babbage sent her daughter Mrs Taylor at Kosetta a nlco box of i Messers A T Skillman J It Skillman and V 0 Moorman bicycled up to Holt flowers one day lost week last Sunday nnd spent tho day calling in now on wo will make you first From Bottom class tin types on short notice at tho old the Mrs Thos E Aud Lusburg Va who gallery C L Knight reliable has been isitlng relatives in this city Seo our show windows to day gems of for several weeks will return home to- Â¬ brightness Beacon lights that show the morrow way to great bargains Sulzers Miss Owings of Wolf Creek who had Vie are not wedded to our MJllinery been attending school at Hardlnsburg nnd therefore do not hesitate to part with boarded the City of Owensboro nt this it Mrs II V Duncan tho Milliner city last Thursday enroute homo She If you will tnko our advice you will was accompanied by Joel II Pile oho of shnke hands with opportunity while it is her teachers Tho following young persons of this bore Mrs II V Duncan the Milliner Since Adam first stubbed Ids too in city composed a party who spent Sun Â¬ the Gnrdon of Eden such bargains have day evening nt the residence of Mr never had their equal Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ Charles Elder IUUs Run Misses Flor-Â¬ ence and Tula Lewis Allice and Lorena can tho Milliner Messers Charles Whently and Ono of tho attractions at tho Flying Mattingly Dutchman ono night last week was en Â¬ Felix Elden gineers Pal Cain and Fatty Reid doing A Big Catch tho equestrian act While Andy Eagln Assistant Superin Â¬ Our store the grand reunion place of tendent of tho Victoria mines was com- Â¬ all our Breckenridgo Meade llaucock ing Into Cloverport last Friday ho made and Perry county friends Join tho mer Â¬ a most romarkablo capture Ho was pumping along tho railroad ry crowd Sulzors Mr Charles Sattrfield started to Pino about throo miles from town on his rail Â¬ gang of villo Ky Monday Ho will take charge road tricycle when he saw He stopped and of tho mining store of tho Breckenridge young wild turkeys succeeded in capturing two of thorn and Pinevillo Syndicate set un a wail of distress when tho 6 pays for tho full term at the Clover I Thtv turkey hen whloli till now had not Special old 11 port Noriualbeglulng June dlBCioseu ner presence came up 10 pro- Â¬ features Review of all legal branches tect her brood He succeeded in catch- Â¬ ing hor by falling down on her and psychology and school management tying her to a bush he came on to town ArtUtlc Here he procured a box and as he went Mr A 0 Ohorhenof Jho Standard Gloat Co Cincinnati was in back he placed the whole gang in the There the city one day last week to sell the box aud took them home the old were hen seventeen young ones and window for the u ew Catholla church making a catch of eighteen wild turkeys A practical knowledge of at least tho without dog horse trap or gun elwnentary principles of the Eoienaa el Mm Oelze it the Mind the most essential requisite ef Mr RX 01m returned from Lout will be given at the Normal the tssebsr vllle Sunday where his young wife bas ltt o Am tesken 4wa Many FewoM fro wwwert swiiboW IrtM JUttWM pbysiekM for fwvenl weeks and it k ratifying news for Uer lntny Cloverport uUmmm to leant that Mm Oeiw is much iaiproved ben uwWr the trettaient m Milton Tucker a farmer near McDaniels BRANDENBURG and tho severe burning of Mr Tucker whilo trying to extinguish tho flames Miss Mary Deo Pusoy is at hou 0 that were taking the life ol his dnrling child John T Ditto was here last week Now comes the sad news that Mr Mrs John Frakes is able to be up Tucker is nlso dend Ho Buffered excru Mary and Hess Lewis will go to Louiscinting pains for a couplo of days when ville this week on the ith inst his spirit took its flight Henry Malln got the medal at Cecilian His remains were laid to rest in the for proficiency in dancing cimetery nt Corals tcliool houso on the Miss Agnes Worland will nnivo from 7th This is one of tho saddest accidents St Benedict next Friday night Gordon Moorman was in town last that ever happened in tho county and Aint I kind the community of McDaniels is greatly week visiting relatives shocked and bereaved by its having oc-Â¬ Misses Ella and Annie Daugherty at Â¬ curred tended Catholic church here last Sunday Mr Tucker was a good man and highly Mr and Mrs S P Woolfolk and respected citizen nnd the henrMelt daughter Lulu spent last Thursday at sympathy of the community goes out to Anchorage his bereaved widow and small boy Mrs Smith bas decided not to go to Cripplo Creek till affairs thero are n lit- Â¬ Notice Citizens tle more quiet Owing to tho fact that the undersigned Misses Maude and Oraco Allen of persons have been elected a Board of Leavenworth Ind are hero on a visit to Health for tho City of Cloverport they wish to inform tho public that it is tho Mrs Ben Allan Charlie Nevitt contemplates going to duty of every citizen to keep his out- Â¬ houses and premises clean and free from New York to perfect himself in type Â¬ all substancethat may breed disease and writing and telegraphy The ark AHlnity See death Stock Law This is the particular season of the will perhaps float to Texas on a bonoy year when such filth and uncleanlluess moon voyage See again are fraught with the most danger and Mrs S 0 Malin Mr and Mrs Proc they would recommend that each and Malin and Dink Price spent Saturday every citizen proceed to put his premises and Sunday in Vino Grove in the proper sanitary condition Mr R II Nevitt attended the closing Respectfully exercises of Cecilian college About five Dr J T Owkm thousand peoplo were present C S CitbssoN Misa Daisy Mclntyre is homo from Miss Sallie Davis is Worse Logan Collego Russelvillo looking her The distressing news camo yesterday own sweet self and playing divinely that Miss Sallie Davis is worse Scott Grinnell spent last week with Miss Davis is the daughter of Mr Grover Shacklott of Ekron and Gough and Mrs Henry Davis of this city She Grinnell was in Garrett with Willie has been confined to her bed at the Nor- Â¬ Burch ton Infirmary Louisville for five weeks Frank Farlelgb is here toseo his grand with typhoid fever and she was suppos- Â¬ parents Mr and Mrs D W Falrleigh ed to bo getting along well until the spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs James news of her relapse arrived Sho is a Falrleigh kind christian young lady and bas been Mr and Mrs John Swan neo Clara doing the part of a good Samaritan by of an experienced Hunt and Hylio Hunt of Woodland filling the capacity nurse in the Norton Infirmary for a cou- Â¬ spent last Sunday with Mrs James Bland Sho lias the prayers of the and Mrs Dr Wells ple of years good people of Cloverport that sho may Mr Herndon and daughters have returned from Louisville Mr Herndon recover from ber bed of afllictlon bas throat trouble and is boing treated They Think Murray Will Win by Dr W B Pusey of Louisville Ky June 12 Tho Haiimksiiucci Misses Lula Lewis and Pearl Ditto people of this section of the county have havo been appointed delegates to the been very persistent in urging the Hon Annual Missionary meeting to bo bold D R Murray to make the race for Con- Â¬ In Louisville next week No only The unanimity of bis support in Pearle is a delegate hut Lula will attend gress all sections of the county is marked in They will leave Saturday fact it seems from tbo reports from all Mrs J D Babbage and children of portions of the county that bo will carry Clovorport spent last wcok with ber the county by a very largo majority brothers here Mrs Babbage enjoys Tlrere is no doubt that his candidacy has being with ber old friends and visiting struck the popular vein Wo have Been tho scones of hor early childhood which letters from tbo different portions of tho all suggest fond recollections of her district urging him to become a candidate sainted mother and judging from the expressionsbe will Mrs Thos Hamilton and Mis Win certainly bo tho next Congressman from Sanders went to aunt Sallie Shackletts this district Buck Grove last Saturday to soo aunt The Normal Sallio Payne Brothor Hagans grand- Â¬ The Clovorport Normal opened Men mother who Is In her ninety first year day with a good attendance nnd still active and of good memory Profs Driskell and Logan nro popular Miss Nolds Commencement and re- Â¬ with he teachers and they will raise the ception came off the evening of the 1111 standard of education in this county Miss Croulo a ery lovable young lady The program bas been arranged to ac Â¬ won tho honors by receiving tho gold commodate any of the pupils of tho High School who may come Let there be a medal while Miss Stella Ouerbacker good turnout of our town pupils and all well known horo received n profusion other persons wishing to attend such a of floral designs ono a hundred dollars school on next Monday morning au ardent admirer The teachers from abroad nro well presented by pleased with our town and school Brother Ben Hagan preached last Sun Â¬ day on little sins and showed conclusive- Â¬ Xdward Xledel a Graduate ly that these minor foibles causo great To morrow June Hth Edward RIedol troubles in tho religious and social circle a worthy son of Cloverport will receive He discoursed at length upon tho evils bis diploma 4t the Rose Poly teebnio In- Â¬ stitute Terra Haute lad Mr Itledel attending Sunday base ball and made has been a student in close attendance at such lucid illustrations to carry his this famous Institute lor four years and points that one would only be convinced It ts grauiyiMr for nw moverport irtemu against bis will to be of the wise opinion to know tljat lie Is bow graduating with I do wish our boys would heed high houors He was a young wan of still Ltnlficaat abilities when he started and bis timely words and give up the Sunday the completion of this course fits him tor playing a klgb position in ilk The Naws pre- Lewis attended the mow inat nta win ims mart m mm Mrs Hawes at world and extends congratulations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Albany last Wednesday Mrs Hawes nnd her husband Prof Hawes taught hero about eight or ten years ago and Prof Hawes died here Mrs Hawes Isn beautiful accomplished lady and was much beloved here Sho nnd her hus Â¬ band have left for Now York and will sail for Europe The KkroiiBnud Fountain Fields play Â¬ ed Inst Saturday with the former victor-Â¬ I tnko so very little interest in ious The such things score stood nro Mapping Ive forgotten how tho No doubt tho our Engles their w ings in secret exultaÂ¬ tion at tho Tigers defeat then again they lind some sympathizers among them I nm constantly importuned by my young friends to write a series of nrticlcs on different subjects of especial interest to them I would bo moro thnn willing but I only write as certain events and feelings transpire to prompt the thoughts Should I attempt a series I might not bo equal to tho uudcrtnking Mrs J W Richardson and I are enjoying a course of instructive reading Biographies of prominent men and women pen pictures and sketches by standard writers mixed with light literature by authors of line sensibilities and vigorous intellects Good books I faithful friends Heavens impress guiding us back to God Tho first of Brother Cherrys series to young men appeared In the last issue of tho Messenger and is good Tho question arises will even one young man give the subject of home making and economy serious consideration Ever since Adam and Eve were expelled from tho most beautiful home ever known to mankind and became fugitives to find another abiding place this all important subject has been of vital importance But to day in tills our grand Republic of the nineteenth century the theme is still agitated and unsettled In tbo mad rush for pleasure and self gratification tho problem lies unsolved and as Cher ublms nndSeraphlms stood with flaming swords to keep our first parents from returning to their original God given home just so the evils the enticoments and allurements of the world beckon on and act as tho same fiery spirits to young men and bar them from having and keeping happy homes and peaceful fire Â¬ sides Lot us hope Brother Cherrys articles may bo carried tosomeheartsand make such au impression that they may determine to seek their Arcadia Â¬ 1 Â¬ Latest and Nobbiest Thing of the Season in the Way of Dress Goods is THE -- v 5 b T y Come in and See Them They are Out of Sight B F Beard HARDINSBURG KY Co ANOTHERAT STRIKE Wo want to begin closing out Now is the time to get bargains our Spring Goods If you want n Bargain come now A Joke On The Mayor day last week Mayor Barry re Â¬ ceived a telegram stating that General Kelley with his army of Coxeyltes would arrive at Cloverport that afternoon and for him to see that supper was prepared for 800 men Tho Mayor was completely taken In and ho hastened down town to spread the nows Evorybody but a few know Â¬ ing ones becauio excited and many propositions were made as to what hos Â¬ pitality should bo extended to tho com monwealcrs Tho general opinion seem Â¬ ed to prevail that Clovorport bad no grub for tramps and several citizens began to rub up thoir old rusty firearms to mako u defense if tho worst camo to the worst Not until late lu tho afternoon did tho deceived parties learn that tho telegram was a bogus one gotten up by somu wags hero in town ami then 01 course everybody was saying I know it all the time In tho mean time tbo news had spread out Into tho county and over tbo river aud the oxcltement becumo tolerably general Ono Carpets Carpets Wc will sell Carpets Mattings Mats Blinds Window Poles etc cheaper than any man Come quick before all the Guesses arc gone See our new line of Custom for the Dresser Clock and Toilet Set Made Ladies and Childrens Oxfords and remember we will sell our Spring and Slimmer Dress Goods under regular prices We want your Chickens Eggs Butter Wool and every thing tlm farmers raise Wc want the people to know that we want their Wc are making some fine Tin Roofing Guttering Bucket Work etc Buckets now from the best Tin made Wc will make your Screen Doors and Windows and have them to order Come and sec us wc nro always in the fight with cheap Cheap Goods nnd we can accommodate you with what you need Now do not forget this wc nrc the men and the place for Good Quality reasonable prices and prompt nttcntion With thanks for your many favors and your much kindness we arc yours Old Reliable Store TIN WORK wh MDW A Card Of Thanks Wo dcslro to return thanks to all friends who so kindly assisted us In our late afllictlon and especially do we thank the Knights of Pythias for the untiring and unceasing attention they devoted to our every want Ma and Mrs Chas Lismhn GUSTON KY Fer Isls Trsttlny Brt4 Stallion To Mill lUe butlsu uf lti cawpinr Abtr dcn Star will fe wlJ to tin hlgkMt blJdcr t VAOAKT LOT wWb ikjo jrrW will by Rjfcljk AbflMR ba bUttambT UxIngfenCM ivlirtMjBy7thsts p m Hi U U lUmbUUuUa and JOK BLAND tiitd bay 9 by Kf talc Jot M ii oopolu M Cburckt Hlmmw AfyUju7llAMIIKTON MAKION UAMHLETOM CiovrMMi o Ky fjJajjsliyafrtJMtxa- - ritH JJSSsJWsaMM m1 -- Z vi- - T- - -- - r - r - - - J - W 8 THR BRROKHNRIDGEl NRWS QLOVKRPOKLT KY I Mr L K Highest of all in Leavening Power- - -- latest U S Govt Repot t V Hl jR W F S L H Baking Powder Anyhow Ive got little Lena She knowt a lot fertmc woman come And that nactly what 1 do She cant catch ut but when the tayi The habya the Imige of nier 1 with thtt little- - Icna and I Wat all of the fimll to his own household but some peoplo wait to he compelled to do this Now II Miller was in Iiuisvillo lust I this subject is woith attention STEPHENSPORT igTJgagraamacrcKwreagat week AB6DUJTELY PURE Breckenridge Jbo D News Proprhtri 13 1894 V 0 Batoagei Edltori and SheKootawhcnthetreathit Z WEDNESDAY JUNK PRESTON Dr Frymire returned last veek from his trip to Georgia Miss Delia Ailkisson visited Mies Tom my Brown last week Mr Allen Itobinson of Walnut Groro was in Preston last week Miss Tommy Drown is convalescent from a recent severe illness Mr and Mrs Thos Brown of Paynes ville with their baby daughter Eula May visited in this neighborhood last week Mr Thos Broady and sister Miss Maggie of Chenault were the guests of Miss Lena Gilliland last Saturday and Sunday Mr Clayton Brown and Mr William Adklsson have sold several thousand staves to parties in Iouisvlilu and are now hauling them to the river Mr Hubert Bruner called on Miss Blancho Frymire Sunday It would bo more of an item to say he did not come as he is generally to be found in Preston on Sundays Mrs Chas 0 Graham accompanied by Miss Ktta May Allen will go to Lou- Â¬ isville next week to uttend the Com mencement exercises of the Business class of tho Normal High School of which her sister Miss Theodocia Sigler is a graduate Mr Hughes Frymire has just received soino fine photos of himself which he had taken whilo in the city and is pre Â¬ pared to issue them out to his best girls Call early girls or the supply will be exhausted and you will get left A party of our ladies spent last Sunday in the beautiful city of the dead fit the Bruner cemetery Ycb there is no spot on earth so dear to us as the placo where our loved ones are sleeping and though the placo always brings back many sweet and loving remembrances that we know are forever denied us hero on earth it always does us good to visit it and makes us feel that those dear ones are not so fur away as Me imagine Uur young iolk liave been enjoying themselves immensely hero of late in a series of croquet parties at Mr Thos liargers at whoso hospitiblo home everybody always enjoys himself also several ice cream parties at Mrs Eve Brasbears where everybody is made welcome and none go away hungry They also had an enjoyable little social at Dr Frymires last Friday night Wo think tho month of May very aptly named It may bo pleasant and it may not The past May was de cidedly not and we are all wishing that Juno may be better than May May be it will 1 ventured out the other day on a little pleasure trip and as I had but littlo time in which to pay my calls I necessarily abbreviated them Firstly I stopped at tho post office to get tho mall and have a chat with Mrs Dr Frytniro Miss Blancho was in a peck of trouble because Somebody had gone to play base ball with one eye badly injured nnd much swollen She assured us that she knew very well that he would return with the other eye in the samo condition and then of course he couldnt distin- Â¬ guish between her and Pretty Poll Whilo here we met Mrs Itay whom we had not seen for- - some time also Miss Janio Hendry who is always as merry as a cricket and a capital hand to drive away the blues and heartaches Mr Jabez Brashear of courso was there to re Â¬ ceive that ever welcomo letter from his lMist girl at Hardins oh wo almost told Wo were just leaving tho Doctors when we met Miss Cassie Bruner who seemed to bo somowhat hurried so wo did not detain hei Wu paid a short visit to tho millinery store of Mrs Jenny Bruner where the stock of beautiful hats and ribbons fairly hurt our eyes You can get anything nice in tho millinery lino at Mrs Bruners at prices to suit the times Then we tamo to Mrs S J Brasbears nnd stopped to sco tho now baby Wo expect if Leland Stanford was old enough to talk he would say ho thought they already had Â¬ Is that so Stanford do you really think that way If so you will very soon change your mind and littlo sister will bo ns precious to you as Lena is now Wo then stopped nt Mrs Samuel Bos setts and were astonished at the many improvements they hnvo made since purchasing their new borne You aro right Mr Basse tt Any home is a home bo it ever so homely and a great deal better than none Mr Bassctt is rapidly bringing his farm to tho front and will bo up with the best of them lu a few years Apropos of the prevailing hard times we reproduce the following sarcastic clipping from the Madisonvillu Hustler Hearing somo of tho farmers com plaining ol hard times nnd the scarcity of money wo concluded recently to inako a trip through the country anil if possi bio ascertain the truth or falsity ol the complaints A one days trip convinced mo that many of them had an abundance of it In factit was simply lying around their farms in the sun and ruin so plentiful that it was not even put under a shelter We saw three plows which had cost Mr A SO the summer before lying in a corner They had been there all winter nnd had been damaged at least 50 per cent We saw 10 moro in the way of gear hanging out tinder u hill going leaky shed Mr B had a to ruin in n lost years meadow in the mowing machine which hud way of a been left where the lust sprig of gross Mr hud been cut the summer before C had two SoO hills out buck of the barn a buggy the top of which represented by had become warped the paint Mushed oil and tho wood work decoyed from tho winters sleet and rain Mr I ua wealthier than any of his neighbors He had nt least 300 in cool hard cash lying around loosa about his premises A threshing machine stood at the straw stack where he Inst fall finished thresh Â¬ ing his wheat The sorghum mill was still standing where the juice was pressed from tho cuno six months ago The plows and cultivators were in the fields where crops were laid by with them lust fall And so it was throughout the whole trip Money must ho plentiful indeed when farmers can allonl to leoe their earnings out in the weather to rot and decay Â¬ Mr Ijuinie Smith and son of Oucus boro spent Sunday with his biolhcf R A Smith Mr Jos Biggs is homo lo spend sev eral weeks Mr and Mrs Sam Dix spent Sunday in Holts bottom Mrs Johnson Stiles has been quite sick for several weeks r and Mrs Frank C Ferry went to Louisville Thursday W II Knglislt held services in tho baptist church Sunday Misses Beck and Pink Rickelts nnd Blanche Severs of Union Slor spent Sat Â¬ urday with Mrs Taylor Hanks Mrs Frank B Lacy has returned to her home in southern Ky accompanied by her sister Miss Ktta Knglish C Walter Mosely of B L Co of Washington I C is spending n few days with his parents Mr and Airs K P Mosely Miss Dixie K Perrigaux wishes to rec Â¬ tify the mistake in regard to the popula- Â¬ tion of Waco Tex as stated in her let Â¬ ter it was 20000 instead of -- OOO Tho Clovcrport base ball club played our boys Saturday score standing M to 10 in favor of Cloverportere Our boys played a good game for a new clup Wo think if tho town authorities would pay some attention to the purify- Â¬ ing nnd cleaning of tho town it would ho quito an improvement ns so much filth is likely to spread disease and it is every thing but pleasont to tho commu Â¬ nity Each citizen should pay attention Â¬ ROSELAND Election of school trustees to day Miss Maggie Rhodes tins a now guitar Teachers are hustling for the fall schools If we have no moro frost all kind of garden truck Mill soon bo eatable Wo have heard that Mrs MaryAykers will mnkojier parents a visit soon Services will bo held nt the Catholic church on tho third Sunday in June Rain is needed badly Wo will soon bo singing Hot hot oh it is just aw- Â¬ ful WATCHES SENT PREPAID FREE To every purthaner of good to the amount uf 11 or over wrpreintoneofimrhjt ilu ine American Lever lreinler Watrhetj Nickel or Ulack Cane with Chain and Clmfn If purchase It leal than card la given with amount cf la purchase mnchcil on It anil when 111 l punched on the card the wntcli la delivered y Mr week to boo his quite sick Frank Rhodes was called last sister-in-lawhpi la Why dont wo hear from Stony Park e any moro7 Where is it anyhow have lost it and cant find It Mr John Rhodes is making his way to Kvansville where we hope he will due coed in selling his logsat a good price Birds are destroying a conslderalile part of the corn crop and tho filriutjis have theirguns almost constantly in their bands We are troing to take in the big sjiow on the 15th We will have big eyes when we see Solomon andjhis temple and his seven hundred Tho littlo ladies of Roseland were much disapolnted May 10 Tho rain would never cease they thought in line for tho guests to come but they ilid come INIWHERE in KENTUCKY or INDIANA Merchandise to the amount This is our 5 ordered BY MAIL from THE MAMMOTH oficr to people who wont to trade at LOUIS- VILLES GREATEST STORE We give them every advantage they could get by walking right into the store and taking the goods out with them MORE THAN THAT We send goods C O D with privilege of examination before taking of out-of-to- Â¬ fii I fin I r II I hi I vit SHOES HATS AND O O HVC I 3ST Gi TO CliOVERPORT WEDNESDAY IN MAJESTIC SPLENDOR Unrivaled nnd Without a Peer lo the Realm of Amutementa FURNISHING GOODS I ffnff JUNBilS The VERY best of everything in all of these lines at prices 25 to 40 perCeritv lower than any other Louisville house can make Watch the Louisville papers for our specials Order them quickly always stating WHEN and WHERE you saw the - advertisement Return express will bring you the goods charges prepaid on 5 worth or over TO ANY POINT IN KENTUCKY OR INDIANA Send for catalogue and try THE MAMMOTH on a Mail Order MONEY REFUNDED without question if goods arc not entirely satisfactory John Robinsons GREAT WORLDS EXPOSITION Is this hot enough for you V is a silly question but if you meet a man who complains of suffering from tho heat ten to one you will find on inquiry that he does not uso Ayers Sursupjrilla to tone up his system and free his blood from irritating humors lOBia ssoatsia OOIMI BIZrNriEBID IMilOTH Contents of Birds Gtomachs Somo very odd things are come across by tho ornithologists that aro engaged in fxnmlning the stomachs of various kinds pf birds for the purpose pf ascertain vybat they eat and bow much of tho props thoy destroy In tho stomach of a The stomach Crow vas found a warbler SHOE AND CLOTHING CO I 1 w If You Want the ROBERTS BOTTOM Items are scarce this week Mrs Marion Bellow is on the sick list Oh mo what has become of lookout correspondent Mr Alvas Bellow was the guest of Miss Lulu Kollins Sunday Mr Henry Stvartz of Home Intl was tho guest of Miss Kosa Waggoner Sunday evening 111 YOU KNOW Ij Cighest That Petted That is blue That pers That Mr Clarence Morgan likes to be Miss Lulu Rollins favorlto color slip- Â¬ oflho warbler contained a caterpillar and traces of tho vegetation on which tho latter had fed were clearly discerned under the microscope Another oddity discovered in the stomach of a crow was a rubber elastic band which had evident- Â¬ ly been picked up by mistake for a in whilo a bed bug is found in the stomach of a woodpecker Doubt leas the insects are gotfrom tho trees Pine eones aro often infested by bed bugswhichmust havo lived on these trees long before they became human para sltw Ticks too which likewise breed on trees are occasionally in birds stomachs-though so rarely as to suggest that tho feathered crontures artvafraidof them and would avoid them as a rule The insects in a birds stomach are ordinarily-counted by their jaws or ex- Â¬ ample caterpillars have soft bodies which aro quickly digested leaving their -- The Largest and Oldest Amusement Organization In Existence- Jaws to be gradually ground up and dis posed oil in tho gizzard Tho jaws pt beetles caterpillars ajd grasshoppers are ftiade-out-the mostendurng substan Â¬ SEVENTY TEARS OP SUCCESS ces in nature of being nearly as hard as the teeth of mammals They aro very Now without n peer In tho Clrcui World Unrivaled and unoqualed In tha Nattona llliinrj characteristic so that thedifTerence may Itt treinemlom magnitude coloiml extent and mammoth proportion lurpaulng all rlvai bo readily old between those ofa crick- Â¬ In conjunction with the acknowledged maiterplece of acenlo magnificence et 11 grasshopper a locust I etc Tho THE UIIAND DIIUIOAU SPECTAOIE jaws found in tho atomachOta bjrd aro eountedanddividod by twoiwhich gives tiuj number of insects represented His Temple the Queen of Ouckoos aro the only birds that eat hairy caterpillars so far as s known A REVELATION TO THE WORLD The horny rlinlngstof theinglrjarda- - are sjqiotltnes iound so thickly perforated Elaborately produced at an outlay of 100000 Introducing tha grandeit icenery oottumei by tho sharp and strong hairs of theso einLlemi arm uqzy when trapplngi all liiitorlcally correct and the belt trained and mait beautiful insects as to po- - actually A uqlvenal presi pulpit and people hat a combined lo extolling ballet dancera in America dried Not long ago a ctpw frorqOregon was examined whosei digestifo appara- Â¬ till truly grand production THE CU0WNINQ EVENT OF MANS JUNIUS tus contained a beetle of a species to rare that the specimen wquld have been worth 115 it it had been in good New condition worm Onco For Your Market Price and want to buy your 1 KProdUCe Carrelton Stiff wears yaller Miss Maggie Weedman had her finger broken last week and now it is very Stiff That Mr Walter Stiff dreamed ho had his shirt studs stolen but he awoke and found them in his purse LiGoods at Rock Bottom Prices Call on x Tired Natures Sweet Restorer CONSTIPATION AND INSOMNIA RHEUMATISM ciritEi wirii Tin GE BRYANT GUSTON KY it r ELECTROPOISE I am delighted with the Klectropoise It has cured me of rheumatism insomnia and constipation Have also found it effective in croup and bilious colic Nothing Mould tempt mo to part with tho littlo instrument I sometimes call it tired natures sweet restorer Often when tired after some unusual exertion I uso it for an hour and feel afterward as though I had taken a tonic Yours truly Mrs FJtANK IOCKKTT Henderson Ky Â¬ Â¬ BUGGIES And other aid Durability ti Vehicles Harness and Saddles Unequaledjin Style Workmanship O Â¬ Solomon and Sheba noaa wagon Phaeton Surrey Carriage Freo on board at Llucliuiall NATIONAL CAftRIApE AHARNESS CO CINCINNATI O Top Buogy at 45 00 Manufacturers Faclorr Prices ttt 1 32 00 62 50 76 00 132 SO ST VITUS DANCE Tho Klectropoiso makes tho patient dauco for joy that this annoying and A WO ENOUGH FAMILY think there wu chlllcm enough There wi little J ena anil inc One little boy and one little kII Are a big enough family We utcil to have Iota of fun you bet And now we have none at all Therca ioinethlng In there In inamaa bed A little red thing in a ahawl If I would walk around the houte And Jeit make a little nolle A ttrange woman coinei out and patt in y head And talk about good lltttle boyi I wonder If ahe thlnka a boy like me Mat got lur on lilt Icet like a mouie Im bopnd to make a little nolte At I go about the houtc I When papa cornea in lie tayi hello You little rat how t ail I lie meant that wlggly thing in there That people call Little Mill puckcrt la her tkin Thata got And tquintlea in her cyca And Jooki like a gyptlan mummy Specially when the crlci Her note la ten tlmei teat than mine Dont look like a note a bit ltt got littlo holci but not any bonca And mtuia keepa pinching it Mr llattctta got a baby now That can walk and pitch a ball Why didnt they buy a child Hut alte fcUad of that thing la a thaw serious disease has been cured Mp littlo girl had an attack of St Vitus Danco last year and by careful attention 1 and medical treatment Mas relieved still her health was not good and tho attack Marvoloui and amuilng known ability and world wide reputation In grand and Artliti of returned this spring Wo gave tho mojeitlc acta completely dwarfing any thing ever before attempted Uartvg and intrepid feata Klectropoiso a trial and it gave her great Greatest aerial acta ever devlted Aitonlihlng and itaitllng Id every department A moniter benefit curing her quickly and her Hippodrome Introducing the greatest liable of thoroughbred bonei ever beheld Marveloui health is better than usual We aro very School of Educated Anlmali vast and eompreheniive Aaarluin rare and attractive Aylary much pleased with its effects Mr A It eolotaal Muieum of Animate Ourloa and vivid electrifying and amailngly reatlitle Wild Weat Joues and his wife have received great Expoiltlon 4 Moxarin Kmsoo Trams 00 Doublilixqtii Stiil Oats rqvat ro its Over lCO0 men women and children TtuNSFoiiTATloir benefit from the uso of tho Klectropoiso Yours truly 0 II MURPHY SLfSi- - STSbSS Madisonvillo Ky In the Circus Department a Multitude of Spring Wagon Road Cart Buggy HametaNo GO No W80 Barouche Harneaa Light Double Harness No 1177 No 1202 Team Harne 45 00 II 00 5 10 15 17 25 75 75 1 t Features Royal Eoman Hippodrome Hacea of the dayi of Ancient Home novel feata by thti Fifty cents is a small doctor bill but that is all It will cost you to cure any ordinary caso of rheumatism if you use Chamberlains Pain Balm Try it and you will be surprised at the prompt re lief it affords The first application will quiet the pain 60 cent bottles for sale by A K Fisher Cloverport Kyand Kiucheloo Meodor Qo Ilardinsburjf Ky Titt PrliAa sn nfttiAw CiiiIas ti 4 vw iutn -- u wniunwra ro t iiuniiy tow mi workwou U please vino rj you and civo entire satisfaction Try onco and you will havo no other Our Vehicles Harness and Saddles include a full and completo lino If yon Intend to purchase a Vehicle Harness or Saddlo dont fall to see or correspond with wf nl 00 T FjMcCLURE Agent Yon Who hMIlluMratod Descriptive Catalogue and Price LUt of our full line He respectfully solicits your patronage and will cheerfully answer any further innuiriea you rnay desire to make He HARDINSBURG KY 4 A poiso greatTuture Immeme Hippodrome Track LODIBURG Cn siye Hbneyl L Mil Â¬ ls that ayy Object to you Beautiful days and plpamut weather Irs Smith and daughter Addle pro visltlug Mr Thurman tjmlth this week J D RKEVKS UU UgL lYAUIlUgUntJ J exltence urpaiilng In magnitude the largest MIaa Laura JJIllero Faynwville reÂ¬ Owensboro Ky awlogleal colletlon In the world and conitanlly recuperated from the wlldi and Jungfeavf turned borae aat Saturday after a two weka yiHo reatvs here For a short while only the KlectroÂ¬ Africa Alia Europe North and South America by a large eorpa of ipeelal agent iJtfr GiAHdryaBdwl4e and little poiso will bo rented tor two mouths for The moit exhilarating and pleaiant event of a lifetime will be to wltnetiourtVafsjlfieeU daughter Pauline were tit gtmta tof the moit entranetsg the moat exelMsg he nat da 500 Triumphal Spectaoular Street Pageant Vr mid Mr MW Uplift tyiaday Ilghtful the grandeit rloheet and taut danllng free holiday iiMstratUa beheM For particulars address From what I havo seen of tho Klectro I think it n good thing and am leu suro it has a great future on the globe 1 Strictly Moral Circus Xa largit and belt troupe of equeatrlani and gymnaiti rraeS evr la rsTJabeHayntt Mrs Wua Or PrUc WrM Cream liking Powder Mtffci Award 501 Fwrth Ave DuBois Li atevftfe Ky Webb any age or country Eritri OpM at I awl 7 P M PwferMMfcM m kw later koraUiw Mn tkya 1 XftjMjr wwk NO kflKHMIT sevetal days wltn hie mother WrR GUmw aadmafiyiiw vilt to cHrsct froM our oak rrlc fioo u MiTsn 4awpt lMt SttRtky TsstiSMsUU 4 prtklr mUJ jcUu UardU aijywwl Mr Tttaraua KaaUb y Wto4 Ma brattMNr at Btojihenort hat Stutday - serjuad Mka rinkRlckettg of Union Star were the gueste of Mrs NaBcy Har din one day last week Mrs Hardins health U Mll o the dcllito ltey If Quint left here Wet Friday for Union coHBty where he will ifesd FAT PEOPLE 1SKJtJ5JtVn ttu Afw ififjg DicsaitW LICIT T H9 puVlllTvArll tflS CAmMAvlaa wl l v to I PonV ZZ ink rllue OT iBlUFY I f Tbv bulla up tb Ikltl Unklnn urmviu 0bs8 breithlng wraly rilyJ