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HHHHHIHwMiiiMMMfff l J I 4mn -- - fitter r rt v IT v - k j K HMHBMHHMMnMMMiManHtMiiM 1 fa rff THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XYIII I w CLOWERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY by tills courageous course JUNE 27 1894 Â¬ NO 49 v BROKE THEM UP jr -- I vT m SjJtf i J Y r - - i hi ti I V s I- - pntcil by tlicwe who remit lie conditions to rob a bank in some town up ill Iowa llittl tliun uxiMtcil It ivnfl worth to this lted Oak I think As n first step they state millions of dolhiYji for the day afte Wero going oyer Into KarSans to steal Jesso James died every foot of real es Bomo IiOrseB A night was appolntod for tate In Western Missouri was worth the expedition and that night Ford nnd A Full History of How Tom Crit well I should Bay at least forty per cent the officers planned to mako the capture more than the day iioTore At this tinio Bob Ford tough as he tontlon Exterminated tlio Theganjf which was mado up of tho was was little more than a youngster Jamos Gang James boystho Younger brothers and Ho was not more than nineteen years a crowd of survivors of the old guerilla old and his brother Charlio was about days bad so long terrorized tbo western twenty one though mentally and physi AAnrl How llin Mlsannrnlinnsinn of half of tlio Btato that Respite its natural cally n weakling They wero both so resources and tho cheapness of all sorts young and Jesso had such control over His Plans Blighted His of property a Northern man would about them that he trusted them as ho did as soon have contemplated emigration none other of tho gang Although ho Caroor to Patagonia asto those barbarous wilds was bound to bo captured it was this They went through it on tho railway confidence that led him immediately to train in fear and trembling or timidly his death Often afterward I talked It Kept Him from Being a Senator fiirputul it And witli Bob regarding the killing and this Settled in tho less favored but more peaceful Kansas This state was his version of it which was without and Lost Him the Mex- Â¬ of atralrslufdLxIsted for well nigh twenty any question correct ican Mission yea re KILLED HIM TltnOlOlt FKAH The Governors flr step was to issue I did it Bob always said becauso I a proclamation offering n reward of 50 got scared Jesso you know always But the Unfortunato Error Was 000 for the capture of tlio gang or the do read tho newspapers He never lost an livery of Frauk or Jesse James to the opportunity to do this because ho want Righted Eight Years Sheriff of Jackson or Ihiviess counties ed to keep close track of what was said But there was no clause of dead or alive about him That morning wo went Aftorward at all and moreover this roward was down town into St Joo and ho bought not as is commonly supposed tho direct ono paper and I another Well in the cause of the death Of Jcuso James I one I got hold of was a two column story IS NOW IN MEXICO had tho whole story not only from Bob on the first pago nil about the plan of Ford who did the killing but from Bobs tho capture You can imagino how I brother Charlie who fVas with him at felt I read it clear through and although As ox Governor T T Crittenden of tho time and also Sheriff Timberlako the story was all crooked yet it was Miesouri is a Clovorport boy tlio follow- Â¬ and Police Commissioner Craig of Kan- Â¬ clear enough that tho follow had some ing sketch from tlio Now York Herald sas City all pCwhom were directly con- Â¬ Inkling of tlio raid will provo of interest to our readcls cerned Tho triitli aboutlho transaction I was about frightened out of my It was in a little group of Western pol- as I have it from these direct sources boots for I know sure as shooting that iticians In an up town hotel a few even- Â¬ was about this In thp James gang was ings ago tlmt one of them a Misspin jan a Dick hidillo who aftrward became a if Jesse over saw that paper I was done It is oililjtlini successful horse dealuriover hero in Pas for But I didnt dare destroy the sheet remarked n llctively for I knew ho would ask for it and if ho ono of tho most courageous pnblic ac saic N J Ho was with tlio James boys get it that he would go back and tions since tlio war should liavo ascrved on many a raid and although ho was n didnt get another and so I was hooked either to blight tho political career of perhaps thin slender follow he was nsgamc as way The very fact that I had thrown tho ablest man west of tho Missouri riv- Â¬ any man who over lived It away would have excited his suspicions er Stranger still added tho Missouri Well along In the beginning of the an that tho story should nover have 80s while Jesso was absent in Tenness the more and he was deadly suspicious found its way into print I refer to tho see trouble broko out between Liddle of everybody oven me I didnt know break up of tho Jesse James gang by and Wood liite another notorious mem Â¬ what to doand on tho way back I think Governor Crittenden and the curious ber of Mint delirious crew It was over ho did most of tho talking After din ner Jesso throw his paper down and NGmesis which his bravo act beeamo in a woman and Liddht seemed to bo tlio asked for mine Thoro was no way out tho Governors subsequent career It in- - favorite in tho raco IIo was calling and I handed it over Of course ho saw volves tho inside story of the end of that on tho family which lived on a lit the article and as lie spread it out and famous gang which in its entirety has Mo Missouri farm when Wood Hite read it through carefully ho looked up never been told came around looking for him with a gun with a deadly gleam in his eye and says The speaker was W A Alderson Affairs in that region were settled in What do you think of this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is s V3 I Sbk hhsv if wts n Governors eminent services not alone to the Democratic party but to the state and to tho west as well Tho President heard them patiently to tho end and turning abruptly said I will never appoint to office a man who bos contracted for tho Ufa of a human being I cannot make tlio ap- Â¬ pointment you desire The Presidents roply Senator Vest communicated to Governor Crittenden in a remarkable letter Any ono who knows the Governor knows tint his dignity and prido are hardly less prom Â¬ inent characteristics than bis upright- Â¬ ness and courage It was this that bad led him to bear in silence all the calum- Â¬ ny which had been heaped upon him by his political enemies and lie had little disposition to undertake to refuto tho t slandor then Senator Cockrell had been his former law partner and Senator Vest had been his friend from hi youth in Kentucky They know W well as Ie that thti poison which bad taken root in tho Presidents mind was absolutely groundless and ho felt that refutation was their ollico and not his In a digni Â¬ fied but still indignant lettor lie replied I will never stoop to refute so base a Any honorable man would slander nover bo guilty of such an action as tlio President believes that I was guilty of and any man who knows mo knows that I would bo tho last to think of such a thing Whether It was because tho Governor stood in diroct lino of succession to ono of tlio Scnatorships or what I know not Hut at any rate neither of the Missouri Senators ever took upon himself tho ofFico of which tho Governor bolloved was their duty and tho latters reply was never communicated to tho President Tho result was that tho friendship of long standing between tho Senators and the Governor was abruptly broken and the breach was only healed at a very ro cent day Eight years intervened and Cleveland again returned to ollico Tho suggestion was made to the Governor that he again seek tho ofllce and that tho President bo apprised of tlio truth IIo spurned the suggestion of course But hie action became knqwn to ills life lung friend Seprotnry Carlisle and the latter jpsBt to mo rresiuent ana torn mm ttie whole story The Mexican Mission had already btfea filled but tho noxt day Governor Crittenden received word of bis appointment as Consul General to the eity of Mexico which position he now holds BKKAKINO Ul THE JAMES UANU sas City now of New York vacated JIio house while tho two discuss The party was all attention arid ed their differences over a pair of quick through a cloud of fragrant smoke tho acting pistols The family returned to Missouriim told his story find Ilito killed and Liddlo slightly To begin at tho tail of things as I wounded There was a quiet consultausually do when Grover Cleveland was tion and tlio dead man was burled in first chosen President Governor Critten Â¬ tho bed of a neighboring creek Tho den was a candidate for tho Mexican stream told no tales and tho world was Mission His case was presented to tho no wiser as to tho whereabouts of the President by tho two Missouri Senators once famous Wood Ilito Vest and Cockrell Tlioy told of tbo VOWKI Â¬ Â¬ formerly a prominent attorney in Kan Â¬ short order nnd the family conviently to When tho news reached Jesse in Tennessee he promptly returned to tho scene of tho difliculty He was Hitos friend and lie gave it out quite uncere- Â¬ moniously that he would shoot Liddle at sight James was a boaster and as a rule little attention was paid to his word But promises of this sort he usually kept to the letter This Liddle know well and ho knew that tbo wide earth was quito too small for the two of them to inhabit comfortably Nervy as he un Â¬ questionably was ho had no tasto for a meeting Jesso bad a bad record for killing his own people He bad probably killed more of the latter than of any othor Jesse James was probably the quick- Â¬ est man who ever handled a gun IIo could get into action and get a good ways in while tho other men wero thinking about it And he could shoot faster than a Gutling gun Liddlo know this and as a desperate resolve he de Â¬ termined to glvo up tbo gang Ono day a wotunn called oh Governor Crittenden Sha told the Govorndr that sho camo straight from Dick Liddle and sho want Â¬ ed to know on what terms he might glvo himsolf up and inform on the rest The Governor told hor that ho could have no othor guarantees than tho law would give and that was a fair and impartial trial and that bis efforts toward breaking up tho gang would count in his favor Jesse James was then living in St Joe under tlio alias of Howard Ho had with him his wifo and little boy and Although the latter was seven years old at tho tlmt ho had no notion of the real name or character of his father With Jesse wero Bob and Charley Ford Lid Â¬ dlo opened negotiations with Bob as the more reliable of the two anl Jesso was located Just why the officers did not go to St Joo and capture Jesse then and there is a riddle tlmt has nover been solved Tho only explanation I can glvo is that previous expeditions against the bandit had always been terribly un- Â¬ healthy Yon remombor tbo fute of Whicher and a number of other detect Ives who had undertaken this feat It scums that tho gang had planned kill unniK I was so scared I couldnt talk Oh but he looked wicked and he kept that eye of his onmo like it was the point of You know what Id do if a carver any fellow would peach on me ho asked Hed bo in hell in n second I dont know how I stood it for I thought ho was going to bore me right Mien and there He eyed mo for what seemed like hours but I guess thoy wero only seconds Evidently ho didnt mis- Â¬ trust mo or at least concluded he was safe or elso the thought camo to him that it wouldnt exactly do to kill mo right there in St Joe for hed have tho whole neighborhood down on him in a minute So im concluded to wait until that night when he went out after the horses That he determined to kill mo then was just as plain as any hole that he over put in a man But he saw how frigbtoned I was and he doubtless saw that it wouldnt do to scare mo too much and ho remurked with a laugh that lie guessed anybody hadnt peached on him that it was only another of thoso cock and bull stories which tho news- Â¬ papers were always printing about him I was only a boy of course and ho wasnt afraid of mo there He went on eating cool as a cucumber but you couldnt havo got anything into my mouth with a ramrod I made up my mind to tako the risk and kill him tho first eliauco I got Mrs James wns in tho kitchen and Charliu was out in tho yard lease then did something I nover knew of his doing before and I think it was just to show mo that I neednt be so scared as I looked or perhaps to throw we off my guard SHOT HIM FUOM 11KIIIND It was a hot day in summer and ho got up and walked over toward tho bed in the corner and unbuckled his belt saying tho pistols were heavy and that it hot to wear them Never wits too before summer or winter had I over soon him without his brace As he took them off and tossed them over on the bed I mode up my mind that it was now or never As he turned away a picture up on the wall that was crooked attracted bis attention and ho climbed up on a chair to put it straight I pulled my gun just as Charlie came into the room and shot him back of the ear He drop- Â¬ ped like a rock for he nevor knew what hit him imOKE UI- - THE OANO ITS blotcbe and orup- tioni annear on Uie skin no matter how slight It worn you that your blood frnt Hood the warning pure white there U yet time clar DANCER A SlCfH OF DANOER wnon pimpios mm it le- CMYKS p t 1 vlM VH much for a bit of nolitlcal historv fw for the inside story of tlio killing of nwm James and the break up of his no- gng When Governor Crittend- teak office in 1881 the chief step he determined on waa to rid the Uto flftfclm outlaw s Please God he said 1 wil make this slate as safe to dwell in NNpwr York or Massachusetts The HHtertnHrm was not so wwy a one hi It to Migkt appear Ami whatsit tf Mkaouri oan only I eon- S i nt tho blood by taking Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Dk eovery Jtroueeeeveryorgaa Into natural utlon purfnee and enrlchen the blood uudthroueh it oleuues and lnvlfforatei the whole ayatem It attack all acrof Iiloaa tkln and tcaln disease in the right way by purifying the blood The tlUeaee tiuttl it cure eerae from a For torptd liver or from Impure Wcod everything of till nature ft k the only puar remedy la DjwefiU or Indigestion Bour Stomach niUouMwaft all Bronchial Throat and Lung AtfeeUoM even ConumiH or Luw soref ulr In it earlier atagee lf It ever lafl to beneflt or owe you have yow Money baek yo The wowe your Catarrh fee to Oaten fteMtdr mm4 Dr fee op- your ytan ana puriiy anti -- tho death of Jesse really broke up the gang He was nlways their leader and the daring active spirit among them Some of the gang wero killed others captured and others gavo themselves up and served short terms Tho lost to surrender and curiously enough about the only one of any prom Â¬ inence who ia still alive was Frank James Only last week I saw a little paragraph in ono of the St Louis papers about how Frank James the notorious reformed outlaw had fainted on being vaccinated in that city Strange for I dont think that a cooler nervier man over liyed Jesso was much of a coward at heart but I dont think that Frank James ever knew what it was to be afraid in his life He waa at Jesses funeral and there wero a great many people who knew It But they were most of them hi friends and theu too I dont think that any one would haye cared to mention the fact at the time The surrender of Frank James show Â¬ ed that ot only did the outlaws roog 1m tbftt Ue days of their roiera wwe Well of course over but that Governor Crittenden had prisoner to Independence nfter this re won even markable fashion tho prisoner having their respect and confidence Ono day both guns nnd if there was any protect Â¬ about a year after the death of Jesse tho ion lo bo offered Farr would be the pro Governor received a letter from Frank tected James asking on what terms ho might Tho train they boarded was crowded surrender The Governor answered it with excursionists nnd Farr who was n directing tho letter to St Louis in tho pronounced humorist said finally nfter care of tho person named by Frank say- Â¬ much thought ing that ho could mako no terms except WANTED TO SEE A THAIK ItOUIlEI that he would guarantee James a fair Mr James 1 don t want to let you trial and that ho would protect him in think for a moment that you know any all tho rights which tho law afforded thing about such matters but Ivo never DONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS him This and no more seen a train held up nnd I nm simply thc pnoorcn camolc CO CINTI Nothing was heard of tho matter un- Â¬ dying to witness tho operation especially til two months later when one dull day if I can do so from the standpoint of n in Jefferson City two men came to call disinterested spectator Youvo got tlio on the Governor The first of these was guns now suppose you try it justfor tho Major Edwards tho Kansas City editor sake of a littlo excitement Hard time party fall in rank with tho now dead and tlio other a very quiet James retorted Farr its moro titan ordinary looking man whom ho intro- Â¬ evident that you dont understand theso Good time party marching to the duced to tho Governors private secretaryf matters Theso people havo been down Phiny Farr as Captain Stiles of Sniino to St Louis and you ought to know that county they havent got a dollar in tho crowd While Edwards wont in to talk with A man couldnt make enough money off tlio Governor Farr and Stiles sat down this train to pay tho interest oil a mort and had a long talk about persons tlioy gngo on a yaller dog kiicw after tho fashion of the natives of When tho party reached Independ- Â¬ Goods Sold that State whenever they get together ence Micro was a big crowd to meet them Farr described his visitor as a rather Including Frank James wife nnd moth1 lot Remnants of Prints sold for cut price tc and Cc slight commonplaco sort of a fellow er It hnd been understood between tho Lawn desirable patterns sold for 5 and 7c cut price c with nothing very notable about him Govornor and Frank that n friend of 10 pieces Flanenletts sold for 15c cut price 10 c except a hard steel gray eye which had Frauk should be ready promptly to offer I adios Vests sold for 15c cut price 5 o an unpleasant trick of looking nt you ball Tho friend was there and after cut prico 24 c Gents Nainsook Undershirts sold for 10c steadily without winking I remember a short parley ho asked Marshal Murphy cut price 19 c Gents Net Undershirts sold for 35c Farrs description of that intorviow to whom ho had been turned over what cut price 39 c Gents No 1 Unlaundred White Shirts sold for 00c James seemed to kuow overybody in was tlio amount of tho ball 1 lot Organdy Lawns sold for cut price 7Je lije Oh theres no bail in this case re Â¬ Missouri and what unfiled mo was Mint a yosello Suitings sold for 15c cut prico 71c with such a wide acquaintance was marked Murphy coolly this is a murd Â¬ man cut prico 93 o Gents Tourist Hat sold for 150 so uttorly unknown to mo that I could er case This man is indicted for the 1 big lot of now nnd desirable CARPETS nt a big reduction not recall ever hearing his nfiino men Â¬ murder of Hilly Westfall the conductor I Remember the July Clearing Sale of the train that was stopped in Blue tioned After a while Edwards came out his Cut Westall was tho man who led tho friend Stiles joined him nnd they went Half an hour later Ed wards camo Pinkertoiis to tho James house tho night away back and had another long consultation that ills tiger of a mother had her right with tho Governor After it was over arm blown off with a hand grenade CO GEO and Edwards gone tho Governor camo Farr overboard Murphy and saw in a minute that there was likely to bo trouout nnd remarked rather quiztngly BRANDENBURG KY What did you think of Edwards friend ble especially as Frank bad those two It Colts IIo tried to restrain Murphy and Stiles Do you know who bo wns But Murphy re- Â¬ was Frank James nnd lie is coming up tell him the situation plied here nt fivo oclock to glvo himself up I dont care if hes got an armory Tho Governor wns evidently feeling very happy nnd he sent around to the Hes going to stay right here and he If you should wish for a chink that is when you arc dry various state dignitaries suggesting that w ill nover get out as long as I am Mar Â¬ Step into Hates and his good liquors try thoy como over and discuss a bottle of shal Ho may get me but my brother champagne with him They came but John Is a good shot too and I think be Â¬ Tiie liquors you get their no slops will he found none of them of course had tlio slight Â¬ tween us wo will havo the gentleman But like a ripe peach all mellow and sound est Inkling that such a personago as when the row is over James seemed in a second like anoth- Â¬ Frank James was within a thousand Just give Bates a call should you come fiom afar miles Tho champagne was rather slow er man Ho gripped his guns and look- Â¬ You will be treated with kindness in front of his bar in coming and tho gathered officials be- Â¬ ed as though about to mako a break for Whiskies and cigars from linns of re nown the outside His mother jumped up ex- Â¬ gan to murmur somewhat as Missouri He handles tiie best that is sold in the town Shoot your way out ans are apt to do under such circum- citedly and cried stances when in camo Edwards nnd his Frank shoot your way out Micro aint no marshal cftii loelnip my boy Frank Should the weather he hotand dust hr quondam frieud Stiles Mother Hplled Frank as ho hesi THIS IS MIt FKAXK J AMIS Just try a cool drink it cannot he heat Governor said Edwards here Is tated I have not found your advico So step in and with me you will agree the gentleman who has a llttlo business always for tho best theres somebody That they arc reviviscent when made by J W B to transact and desires mo to introduce olso interested hero now what has she got to say turning to his wifo Ho him This is Mr Frank James You never saw a cooler man than was bent oyer and told her that he had two J W BATES Proprietor James IIo shook hands with tlio Gov- Â¬ guns witli him and added Ive been in ernor with tho utmost sang frold and re tighter pinches than this and I think I Clovcrport Ky am just a few too many for that bluff marked in a perfectly collected way Governor I have como to give my- Â¬ over there pointing to Murphy Tho self up and I am going to do it without wifo sat down on the proposition and asking for any bargain or for anything turning to Murphy Frank handed over more than a fair square deal under tho the two revolvers and then fishingdown Tho World with a fence around it and in his pockets produced to more that he law- - I want to say that I nover comhad had on him all tho time In a moÂ¬ mitted the crimes nor robbed the banks nor stopped the trains nor killed the ment moro Marshal Murphy had placed men nor committed any of tho thousand behind tho bars tho last of tho James and ono crimes that have been charged gang The fence If you do give us a call you will IIDDIE DIED IN NEW JERSEY up against me I have been a fugitive find our stock immense Such is the nuthontic story of tho just bow I became such is too long a story to toll Ive been an outlaw for break up of this famous band Dick twenty years hunted like a hound and Liddlo who started it all camo East and Im tired Thats tho reason that I sur- Â¬ ran horses over hero in Passaic and render I dont do it to avoid capture afterward tiled there Bob Ford was Heady Mixed PaintH Lead for I could do that just as easily for tho killed about two years ago in tlio fight at Oils etc We got hig reductioiiH hy buy- Â¬ next twenty years as I havo for tho last Creede Charlio Ford committed suicide ing in largo quantities and are giving bur You may like to know too perhaps shortly after the killing of Jesso James that youro the first man that ever had by blowing his brains out He had gone customers tho benefit of tho low prices Frank James a prisoner for a mlnuto If mad through fear of vengeance Char Â¬ Wo aro Headquarters for all kinds of you want to know why I surrender I ley Dietcliwho had planned tho capture Oils Fruit Jars Pure Drugs Whiskies can tell you that Ive got a wife as you shot himsolf in Kansas City becauso ho Homo Mado Brandies have and a boy that doesnt know tiis was short in bis accounts Jesso James Always como or send to Headquarters own name 1vo made up my mind that widow and llttlo boy live in Kansas City I am not going to bo hunted any longer whoro tlio youngster is growing up in a but I am going to livo like other men do very decent way Aftor a series of trials and disagreements and a short imprison- Â¬ Wholesale and Retail Druggists with their families I givo this to you Governor ment Frnak James was set free and lived BRANDENBURG KY James added unbuckling his gun and for a long time in Dallas Texas where to the State of Missouri If you over he was a clerk in a shoo store Mrs DANIEL BROOKS o BOURNE J M HARPEH need a weapon and his oyo twinkled I Samuels the mother of tho James boys J can recommend this as about all right a veritable tiger in petticoats was at last Now Im your prisoner Governor Crit- Â¬ accounts living quietly in Northern Mis- Â¬ tenden what aro you going to do with souri CO BROOKS BOURNE It is a strnngo thing to say but it is mo Tho Governor replied that James was nevertheless true that if Govornor Crit under indictment for tlio Blue Cut train tenden had nover mado his fight against robbery and that he would have to go to tho James gang and thus incurred the Independence to stand trial As tlio enmities ho did ho would now easily bo train did not start for some tinio the United States Senator and ono of the CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP most prominent Democrats of the West Governor turned James over into tho custody of Farr Within ten minutes LOUISVILI F KY WINOHELIr WINOHELL BOURBON STOCK YARDS after tho surrender the news was lying Itev J F Winchell pastpr of tho BapÂ¬ about Jefferson City and a big crowd at Itockport Ind and Miss TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT- to have a look at the noted out- Â¬ tist church gathered Hattio Winchell of Toblnsport were SOUTHERN BOWLIHG GREEN law Frank beeamo visibly uneasy and married at tho Fourth and Walnut street finally said church Louisville at the even- Â¬ Hornial School Farr have you got any pistols on Baptist ing service on Sunday June 17 Rev T you BLI8HCD IN 1878 Tho happy couple T Eaton officiating No said Farr I hayent DOWLINQ GREEN camo down on the following Tuesday BUSINESS COLLEGE I SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL I wish you replied James Well EnsHih Teachers and Classic Scientific Tlio crcat Builnw Training School oltheSouth mornings packet and au elegant recept- Â¬ Music Art xnU Klocution provided Short hand Teleerauhy Type 1 Courses IIOOK NIeeoln would get some for you dont know how ion was given them at the home of the Writing and enmanshlp Pupils can entef at I lor Low rates ol board and tuition bend lor I catalogue I feel Ivo always been usod to carry a brido in Toblnsport On Wednesday any time Send or catalogue CHERRT BROS Proprs Bowling Oreon Ky gun and I feel sort of lonesome without they went to Itockport in which city tSr UuUoa Course dislrod Adlmi em Then too there are a lot of follows thoy will mako their home for the presout there that would like to walk up und ent Miss Winchell was one of the i r RATES blow my head off just for the name of most elegant and accomplished ladies of EVA V PER DAY doing it Id rather that wouldnt hap Â¬ Perry county She baa been a favorite teacher in the common schools there for pen and if you could get soma guns I several years having received her edu- Â¬ would feel a great deal more liking eat Â¬ cation at Valparaiso Ind and Lebanon Ohio normal schools ing Farr procured the pistols two of Il Â¬ It has cured others and will cure eal lb ro and one of these he obligingly presented to James After they got you is true only of Ayers Sarsaparllla started Farr concluded that If there was The motto suits the medicine and the going to be any trouble it would be a medicine the motto What better as ypfyaaf i lfCY f rrmf great deal better to let James have that surance oould you haye that a remedy you than the fact that It lias other gun James was so muoli handier will cure DPRITCHtY P r JQUISVItLEKY MAMAM at Uat Uuslaeaa And so Jie took Mw eured suck HHiUitndea of oUtcmf IVfiBVflSV -PURE tJWOAP 99o at Kellj Prices 15 Dont Join Kellys July Clearing Sale Â¬ Great Bargain Store YEAKEL Â¬ STAR SALOON Â¬ 1 the-street- Star Saloon DO YOU WANT- - Â¬ PAINT TO PAINT WARE ROOMS N NEVITT i GOUGH HARPER Â¬ Commission Salesmen of Live Stock J mme Â¬ Â¬ tfapJjr wfyTTrr tsfm 4 am MMi - 4JI ijllilMolwtWfNfiW ifpTlRSR Breckenridge Jio D ar3taWli t V l tfrtfi - r sz j - - jW ff THR BRRGKKNRIDGB NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY News 1801 V 0 Babbage Edltori and Froprletri WHAT THEY SAY L HARDIN8BURGT H WEDNESDAY JUNK 27 W TIME TABLE 00110 VIST in OU I Mil THE BLESSING Tit THE WHEEL KKQEJNCCgS3SfeeSS fS329ByxEittec r ton toniiHisi are atithorlicil toaiinonncc A It MONT Kit Y hi candidate fur Congresa subject to the nctlnn of the Democratic Party In the Irlinary Itlcctlon to e held on the 4th dir S 01 August WK Various Communis or Tho Press on Tho Candidacy of Hon D n Murray Ho laainfr Dally nrr llardinsburg 1112 KiBT Q Oirf3sQsEfc3 J Passenger Dully arr Ilarcllnshnre Miss Fannlt Smith Midway last Friday MIks ani from Of tho Corner returilVd Stono of thu New St Roso Church Was Largely Attohdod I Co T C Lewis forget thu date of tho picnic at OUTLOOK Dont A FLATTERING McDanlcls Juno 30 OTHER CHURCHMEN DISTINGUISHED Mr Horace Allen was here last week A 11VKIY OITONKNT mixing with old friends McKA nS CANDIDA C 1 Immediately after tho withdrawal of Kinchcloo Board moved into their Sunday Juno 21 was a day long to be Before which tho majority of riders bow S Wortham from the raco for now drug store last Friday remembered by the inhabitants of this are the Ramblers and Victors and theros Hv authority wo this week nnnounco Senator J You think that Is the proper way for an good reason for it too for in them are Congressional nomination it was honest reliable merchant What lasting Miss Salllo Taylor returned to her county particularly of the cityot Clover- Â¬ the candidacy of E E McKay of Bards thu combined all the tieslrablo features rumored that Hon David It Murray of homo in Itosctta last Friday ailvantagn can a dealer attain who habitual Â¬ port In tho early morning dawn tho Un- Â¬ town ns a candidate for Congress mmiern dovoteo to cycling ly deceives from tho surroundings came known to der other circumstances it would proba Cloverport would mako tho raco The Miss Jennie Worfield is here this week faithful pouring in by rail and wagon to witness Ave some rjders worship thoir wheels bly bo with pleasure tbat tho people of statement was first denied then affirmed now Mr Murray has stated over his visiting Major Scotts family the impresslvo ceremony of the Blessing almost that is how much thoy aro in this county hailed his announcement ns and Now and pretty things just received in of own signature that ho will bo a candid Â¬ tho Corner Stone of St Itose Hu Â¬ lovo with tho High Grades they have done so In years gono by but Cos Then we have much cheaper ones to ate The raco is now made up between jawelry at T C Lewis mors woro afloat that the Itt Ho v Bishop at tho present it is with regret that they Mr Montgomery and Mr Murray and Drop iu and sco us when you como to would not come but tho Hov Geo show see it Hy this race if Mr McKay per Â¬ Come to us and lot us talk it over Niehaus pastor of St Hose having re Â¬ sists in remaining a candidate thu faith although Mr Murray comes into the town on tho 4th T C Lewis Co Yours for a ride fight very Into ho will be a lively oppo Â¬ It is not necessary tobo an expert to ceived wopl from bis Lordship repaired which Breckenridgo county peopto have nent Laltuo Countyllcrald a guitar from us T C Lowis Co to tho depot at 10r0 oclock a m and he buy always reposed in him will bo shaken Us that we handle the finest grades of goods 1 Both trains up and down All kinds of Sundries mid tho high esteem in which they have Mr W 11 Hensleys new residence came rellablo Mens Hoys and Childrens Siioks Bicycle Dept A BTltOMI CAPMHATK anu wo always aim to do the J owest in always held him will be forever banished on Main street is ready for tho painters brought many visitors to the occasion We announce by authority this week PricEs Services were conducted at the tempo Â¬ The peoplo of this county comparabrush Who will not hear Hon Davo Murray David It Murray of Breckenridge rary church shortly after the down train tively speaking to a man are heart and Hon Itefreshments of all kinds n ill bo found at Lalleist Park July 1th Â¬ Â¬ soul for Davo Murray and all thu denials county as a candidate for Congress sub on tho grounds at McDanlels picnic passed At noou it was almost impossi A barbecue as of old will be given ject to the action of the Demacratic pri- Â¬ ble to pass Chestnut and Second streets in tho world even if proclaimed from July Itli at Lalleist Park mary and In doing so wo take pleasure June 30 tho location of tho church the ltousc lops by the eloouonco of a Who will not attend Lalleist Park Mrs Amanda Smith and her daughter to his candidacy in Precisely at 330 p m the pastor apÂ¬ i Demosthenes could not make them be in railing attention this column Mr Murray belongs to Miss Adel returned from Stephensport peared on tho Bcene to act as Master of the namo itself Is so Inviting Novo that Mr McKays running is for Thu 1th of July celebration most as Â¬ of distinguished families of last Sunday Ceremonies In file tho members of tho any other purposo than that hinted by one tho most Kentucky Ho is a gentleman every Mrs Allen llollins of Stephonsport stood to form a guard of suredly will bo a grand affair congregation our Elizabethtown correspondent It is Gents Furnishings wo handle only reliablo Thos Donahoo and Richard McGary of A lawyer by profession was here a few days last week visiting honor to His lordship On lcaying tho cry evident that Mr Murray is making inch him Shirts Underwear Gloves Half Hose Ties ho is a most successful practicioner and Mrs J A Witt pastoral residence tho procession passed of llardinsburg were present Collars Culls Etc it very warm for Montgomery and his is M Lyddan J E King and Worland decidedly the most brilliant advocate Mrs Blanche Mosely who has been dow n to tho street towards tho church friends and thoy are getting uneasy Carter ramo down from Webster before a jury in this judicial district visiting iu Daviess county returmd psalms being recited Entering tho walls rows comes through reliable sources Ruv W G Dunn will preach tho ded- Â¬ 1 a stop was made at tho cross where tho thu peoplo in Marion Nelson He has been a life longDomocratan ha homo last Friday that a largo and influential connection in the alter will bo located From thero ication sermon iu September Washington and other parts of tho dis Quite a number of parties from this future Mrs Burrel Beard and little daughter is thu procession proceeded to thu corner trict are very enthusiastic for Mr Murray party It useless to dispute the fact place will attend the picnic at McDan that Mr Murray is tho strongest man stone The Bishop with miter on his of Hanlinsbtirg were among tho visitors and it Is now figured that ho will carry Saturday Tho Nkwb expresses its congratulations who has como out against Judgo Mont Â¬ lels next head crosier in hand began thu blessing more than hulf thu counties by over Â¬ Dont forget tho 4th of July celebra according to tho ritual so solemn in tho to Hev Niehaus May success crown his gomery If ho is elected to Comrress the whelming majorities Mr McKay can Â¬ Ixiik out for bills tion at llardinsburg Aro to frequently resorted to by some but church The stono being blessed a jar efforts not liojio to receive tho nomination and district will be well anil creditably rep Hardin Jarboo Hov Dunn was a chaplain during tho we maintain our old honest methods that resented Elizabethtown News was enclosed containing documents writ Â¬ it surely seems that the only object in have stood tho test of thirty five years with V G Babbage tho assignee of W B ten on parchment concerning tho pres- Â¬ war hence so firm for the stars and his running is to divide tho opposition you and are here still HANI1NOMB INTUOmTIOV Hardin will sell his stock of groceries at ent condition of affairs and church Like Â¬ stripes to Montgomery in the counties mention- Â¬ Father Dunns address captured every Wo are authorized to announce Hon public salo next Friday wise a copy of tho BlIECKBNRIfXlB NEW8 ed and so weaken Mr Murray that David It Murray of Cloverport as a Mrs Clara Ely who has been here of March 7th giving a full account of the ono who heard It It was a very fine Montgomery may get tho nomination candidate for Congress subject to tho visiting her mother Mrs V Daniel re- Â¬ disastrous fire of church and parsonage address Johnnie Iloben and wife of llardins- Â¬ With tho News the Becord Catholic The Hardlusburg Leader is thu latest action of tho Democratic primary elec- Â¬ turned to St Louis last Saturday burg were circulating among relatives tion August 4 Mr Murray enjoys only venture in tho newspaper business out Mr Elijah Board returned from his Advocatethe Times and Glaubensbote of at the county scat It is published by a limited acquaintance in Laliue county farm in Meade county last Saturday Louisville thu Clarion of Hawesyille and friends Patrick Kelly and daughter Miss SJMZhiS the llardinsburg Publishing Company and by way of introduction we will say He reports tho crops in that section and the Cannelton Enquirer a comyy plete list of the subscriptions to the now Mary and James Larkin of Hawesville v yy yy TrvfT with Mr Frank Wado as local editor that he is an upright honorable gentle good y church and a special wish of tho Hev were present and manager Tho first number is de Â¬ man an able lawyear a true Democat Blytlio Bros have given their resi The burning sun did not prevent the cidedly tho best attempt we have yet and is held in thu Inchest esteem by his dence on tho Turnpike near this place a Pastor Tho Lilany of tho Saints being community from turning out to witness home people and by all others who know seen sent out from that town Heres It impiovex the recited tho procession formed and the the corner stono blessing fresh coat of paint entire foundations wero blessed whilst hoping that the Leader may prosper and him well Ho enters the race at a time looks of it considerably TlieRt Rev BishopleftSunday evening THE GREATEST TRIP OF THE SEA Â¬ Invited My Willie when it will ho impossible for him to grow better with each issue tho Hev Clergy recited psalms Thoy nover fail to catch a crowd at tho SON TO THE OLD POINT make as thorough canvass of tho district Never perhaps was reciprocal devo- Â¬ Tho hot sun of June was shining forOwensborb to administer confirma Â¬ picnic at McDanlels They have some- Â¬ tion at St Alphonse COMFORT AND THE as is usually required and he therefore tion or if it suggest closer and warmer brighter than over and with duo credit M Caiinot President of France was thing to amuse the crowd and thats why It was the first service of tho kind over relation let it be written mutual devo- Â¬ SEASHORE to tho respective gentlemen in charge a assassinated by a young Italion at Lyons respectfully asks tho peoplo to carefully they go and take a day oil Â¬ canvass was strung over the placo of the held In this section consequently it at- tion than that of Will Ramsey whom last Sunday night Tho President was consider his claims before deciding whom tracted a very largo crowd You cannot find u better time to spend corner stono we buried tho 23rd of June and tho old The Host Enjoyment For the small in a carriage when tho youthful murderer they will Kiippott In this contest La Hon D It Murray and Watt Hardin grand mother who of all his kin was dtt Expense Hue County Herald a day oil than to attend tho picnic at Ills Ixmlship thu Bishop retired to epftmg upon the htop and stabbed him The regular Annual Excursion to Old McDaniels There will bo tho parsonage when the ceremonies wero have promised to address the people at last to be associated with the boy who Junu 30 heart with a long dagger The tuthe A TIIOCOIKIII something there to amuse every ono staggored and trembled Into hot expo Point Comfort in charge of Mr W A URNTIEMAN completed and Hev AV G Dunn of Lalleist Park July 1th at 300 p m murderer was arrested and was barely A pleasant dinner was served on the rlences of manhood with that remaining Wilgus T P A will be run Thursday In this issue Hon David It Murray of It is a fact that the picnics heretofore Glasgow Ky addressed tho assemblage BJYcd from baing qutrtered by tho en- Cloverport announces that he will bo a given at McDaniels have not been fail- Â¬ His words wero full of praise to tho city grounds for tho attending visitors and stran of the cord domestic still and in- Â¬ July 20th via L St L T and O O raged people candidate for Congrefas from this district ures Thoy always have a good crowd of Cloverport Following is synopsis of friends and judging from the motto tact She passed out from pressure of Railways from Cloverport on regular Nothing by halves the 1111 of July years from out tho grasp tho grip of train leaving at 10 05 A M connecting to the tho Democratic and it will be the case tills time Every- Â¬ his oration If peoplo would talk more about good subject at tho action of on August promises to be a glorious ono primary party intolerably ltb body is going tenacious time ere yet with Seashore Special which leaves Dear Friends Catholics Protestant and roads and less about tho tariff and what N Union Station at 1 30 P M To day wo anembled at tho rellovr CUiieiii Mr Murray is a lawyer of ability and Bishop McCloskey had many callers disease and weakness wrought removal L tho Senate and congress are doing times Miss Mary Marshal daughter of Mr lolemn event of the cornr itone bltiaing extended practice and though wo have during the day among whom were Mayor to tho shades of him she so much loved Tho round trip rate to Old Point Com- Â¬ Sad was the hour of the conflagration that be would bo better and tho country more no acquaintance with him ho is recom Â¬ and Mrs Junius Marshal died at her fell your town but I congratulate that through Barry Marshal Jordon and other citizens Ho was to her My Willie Oh it fort is only 15 and tho tickets are good prosperous ty- Â¬ your generoiity that a new church li to a of the town mended as a forcible speaker and a thor- Â¬ home near this place last week of Bishop is a pleasing is grateful in this life of orphanage and until August 17th with stop over priv- Â¬ Tho phoid fever They have another daugh- Â¬ ereoted aa a jirlde of yur town The bteia ough geitleman Grayson Gazstto widowhood in this world of cemeteries ileges returning only agreeablo and handsome old gentleman log of the corner atone la aa old aa the oburch Things in tho Fourth Congressional ter Miss Ida with tliosamo disease but from the firat daya of Chrlatianlty we find It meets ono with a smile and n hearty for stricken sorrowing sinning ones to This trip surpasses any offered tho A TIIUE DKMOemT District promise from tho present out- Â¬ obterred Thla atone rcmloili ua that here a shako of tho hand aud you feel very have even a slnglo lovo to anchor their traveling public when you consider tho there are hopes of her recovery house of Ood la to be erected look to be several degrees hotter than In this issuo Hon David It Mil ray It la cemenUd Mrs Hester Miller wifo of Mr John with the true faith to our father In Heaven hopesand foil the stroke of despair small expense and tho many delightful much at homo In his presence the present weather of Cloverport announces himself a can Â¬ In it morality lore to our neighbor and deOld and feeble almost to the virgo of for diversions offered Miller and tho mother of our deputy Grand and beauti- Â¬ CAM didate for Congress in this tho Fourth Sheriff Charles Miller died at will Every invigorating mountain her homo votioniroisea be announced I can asiuredenomina Many thanks to all who attended tho getfulness complete peering through ful scenery Uod and ro tion you that DiruiMi this campaign the Nkwh will district subject to the action of tho Dem Â¬ near this placo last Wednesday Mrs in thla place the name of Hod will be glorified those age dimmed eyes that seemed only air surf bathing ocean voyage palatial Rkv Gkoiiok Nikiiaus ceremonies Send L5 ocratic party Mr Murray has been a bo particularly interesting Miller had been alllicted with n cancer I congratulute you my frtenda In the effort to to recognize tho form and faco of the ono entertainment at the Hygeia Hotel and renin for n trial subscription three true Democrat all his life and has always of the head for a long time and her erect a church worthy of your city eapecially remaining to her heart no poet could a visit to tho capital if desired in these atringent tltnea I admire the firm months been ready to do what ho could for tho death was not unexpected MORE TROUBLE The low rate of 260 per day has been fully phraso tho power pictured in tha nea of Your mator to stand firm to the noble interest of tho party If ho secures the croa Thia stone will recall what religion secured at tho Hygeia for all who go on look responslvo to tho voice of Willlo Tiitl United States Senate has passed nomination tho peoplo may rest assured Tho Breckenridge County Sunday what chrlatianlty bus done for mankind Yea And his devotion to tho worn weak the special Every attention and court- Â¬ tho inconiotax bill with an amendment that they have solected a man who will School Union will meet at Irviugton July recall the movement when St Augaitlne set Little Ben Bates Is Arrested for aged ono constitutes a memory to those esy will be extended to ladies without first his remember tho tax shall cease January 1 11100 In every respect bo an honor to tho dis- Â¬ 13 Tho President of tho meeting de Â¬ the daya foot onourthe English anil lor liberty that when fatbera battled who marked it as was the shower that escorts Choice of routes returning be Forgery and Lodged In Tho sires a good representation from all the It was tbe sons of Christendom that atood firm trict Springfield News Leader cooled the afternoon that bore him to tween Richmond and Clifton Forgo will to the noble cauae The constitution itself la Gov McCrearys bill appropriating In tho county at Irving Sunday Schools Cloverport Jail based on the first principles of his burial as is recollection of benignant be given enablelng those who desire to WIU HAVE THE PLEASURE ton on that day There will be a basket love to our neighbor During Christianity 25000 for tho Government building at the last civil nature in her generous cloud curtaining visit Lynchburg Natural Brldgo and Tho formal announcement of Hon passed tho house picnic on tho grounds some good speak war under these the atara and atrlpei Christ Richmond Ky has A few days ago Marshal Jordan re- Â¬ ot the firmament for comfort of the other points of interest David It Murray as a candidate for Con Â¬ ing in tho afternoon Interspersed with Ian soldiers walked ald by aide to preserve the Union You may say I am imposing as a Sleeping car rates will be 4 lor berth meeting of tho Kentucky gress appears in to days Independent singing etc Head the programme in Catbolto priest but who can protest against ceived a dispatch from tho Chief of friends through the rites funoral from The annual Louisvlllo to Old Point to be occupied what I said Iteliglon teaohes ua to obey tbe Police of Springfield III asking him to home to cemetery and return Education Association will bo held in Mr Murray is a natlvo of Breckenridge another column lawa of tbe country to prove ouraelvea aa arrest and hold Ben Bates Later another It is not for us to know what mercy by one or two persons and application couuty and is a very promising gentleDanville this week beginning to day Mr Horace Allen of Salt Lako City worthy citiena Moreover Cbrlstlanltv Incul dispatch was received explaining that and what love may grant Iteyond the for sleeping car spaco should be made man Ho is among tho leading lawyers cates into our hcarta that solemn Utah was hero last Thursday Mr the bond of matrimony Keinove oath given as young Bates was wanted in that city for clouds beyond tho sUn but in spite of atonco to W A Wilgus 253 Hand where Fourth Rki oiits from Washington Marion of tho Statu and has quite an cxtensivo Allen has been in Salt Lake about four will you be Liberty alone as promulgated forgery much and because of more tho idea Street Louisville Ky For further par- Â¬ and Nelson counties are quite favorable acquaintance over the District and should years and says ho has formed an attach- Â¬ by our forefathers can alone be found when Bates loft hero about three months comes of a greeting joyousby old grand Â¬ ticulars address as abovo or call ho receive tho Democratic nomination Christianity Joins hand to band Once more on Agent for D It Murray for Congress tho Independent would take pleasure in ment for tho place and thinks he will dear friends I express my best wishes to you ago to go to Illinois to visit relatives ma Ramsey of her Willie whero hell L St L T Railway mako It his homo He is at present tho to improve your town by erecting suitable aud he had not returned at the time the hurt himself no more I lardln Mooleyville Tell supporting him for Congress Fames Warren book keeper for the Mountain Bell Tel churches and I hope every one will cheerfully dispatches for his arest were received Bill Ramsey is Dead Thero was occasion once when a worn Davtt Murray everybodys for him up in Independent contribute Ills mite to the ereotlon ephone Company Mr Allens princi- Â¬ church Ladles and gentleman I of thla new However on last Sunday morning he an had consideration of tho unexpectant After a lingering illneus of several thank you this country WORTH WATCIIINU pal business to Kentucky is to carry for the kind attendance made his appearanco in this city but grand son of tho aged woman and had months in which bo has been a great Hon David It Murray of Ctoverport back his brido He will bo married in It was with rapture that the Rev tho officers did not get an eye on him him by invitation- - to meet some friends sufferer William I Ramsoy died last An advertisement in tho News is read is announced for Congress in the Fourth On Monday morning Marshal Jordan one evening at hor house Oblivious of Friday night Father spoke For years in tho mlnlstery Funoral services were by moru than ton thousand people every District and will give Montgomery the Louisville to day issue Tho suit between tho Altman Taylor of Kentucky his name has become fam Â¬ and Sheiiff Wioe found him at the Shops nearly all around hor and forgetful of hold at the residenco of Mrs Castle con- Â¬ raco of his life In every quality of Ho was placed in jail tho past she nevertheless would ever ducted by Rev Dt J B Cottroll Satur Â¬ ous as an orator of tho church Tho and arrested him manhood Judgo Murray is tho equal of Company of Marshfleld Ohio and Wal Â¬ Kkiilv and his army have left Louis- Mr Montgomery while in point of abil Â¬ ker Board and Lenard Cushman of this ceremonies were tho most Impressive hero and the au iiorltles at Springfield say at hearing the voice in salution of day afternoon after which the remains wero telegraphed to come on the woman who had thus delighted her wero interred in tho Cloverport City over witnessed in Cloverport ville and are now moving on Cincinnati ity ho Is Infinitely his superior Tho county will most likely end in a compro Â¬ Tho particulars of his offense as given Oh yes you are tho lady that invltt d Cemetery Tho Hev II Ilestermau of Louisville Both parties met at Stephensport raco in the Fourth will bo worth Match- Â¬ mise no my Willie last week and began takiug depositions Rev L Hcrhuth of Paynesvilloj Roy L by himself are about as follows Dave Murray is up in tho eastern part ing Glasgow Times Showers of tears aa woll as showers cl A Race War in tho case when tho attorney represen- Â¬ B Ford of llardinsburg Rev W G was working for a man near Springfield of tho district making it hot for tho boys Early last rain are in economy of this dear sad Last Wednesday evening two dogs got llAII FOll MURRAY ting tho Altman Taylor Company offered Dunn of Glasgow Rev Goorge Niehaus by tho name of Goo Boyd Well it looks now liko wo aro going to a proposition to compromise which tho pastor of tho congregation assisted his week Mr Boyd paid him off aud ho world to fighting on High street just in front Whoever walks a furlong without sympathy 100 Howard 100 have an old fashion August election suro defendant will likely accept Further Lordship In tho function of the solemn started home He came into Springfield of the Cloverport Hotel Ono was a bull Walks to hla funeral dressed In his shroud and bought a railroad ticket to LouisTho readers of this paper will bo enough Huh for Murray I opine that proceedings in tho suit aro to be slopped blessing dog belonging tq a negro woman and Partner The ceremonies completedthe process- Â¬ ville This being done he had less than pleased to learn that there is at least one Hon A II Montgomery will have a until Septemper next when Mr Board the other was a bird dog belonging to dreaded disease that scienco has been good time explaining to tho thousand will go to Mansfield Ohio and interviow ion repaired to tho parsonage and it was two dollars left and as he wished to Capt Ad English Seriously Hurt Both whites and able to cure in all ita stages and that is and odd disgruntled Democrats in this tho company on a compromise and if there that the feelings of the community have a little fun in Louisville when he Mr Jool Jordan of near Bewleyville blacks ran in to separate the bellgerents Catarrh Hulls Catarrh Cure is tho District why ho fed them on tally and tho terms aro accepted tho suit will bo wore displayed The leading business arrived thero ho hit upon a scheme to met with a sovero accident near Web Â¬ and as tho bull dog had to be punished only positive euro now known to the expectation until tho pie was allgone considerably before ho would relingulsh dismissed Tho suit involves the pay- Â¬ men of the town and public officers call- Â¬ raise a little uioro money So he forged ster last Sunday murning medical fraternity Catarrh being a con Â¬ Correspondent to the Springfield Nuns ment of some twelve or fourteen hun Â¬ ed and courteously Rev Niehaus intro-Â¬ his late employers namo to a check and He was going to Walnut Grove to his hold the negroes seemed to think stitutional disease requires a constitu- Â¬ Leader dred dollars by defendants for a steam duced them to tho Bishop A represen- Â¬ presented it at the bank attend the funoral of his brother While that it was injust They began letting The cashier asked for an identification Halls Catarrh Curo tional treatment threshing inachino which thoy bought tative of tho News also was among the riding along the road his horse stumbled out some of their slack and tho whites HE ISTIIEIII PEKII is taken internally acting directly upon of the company in 1601 The defend Â¬ fortunate elect and many chosen words but on being told that he did not know and fell In the fall Mr Jordan was as scavo them to understand that if they did Hon David It Murray of Cloverport tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho who bus been preened by friends through ants claim that tho machine did not were exchanged and a wish fills the a soul in Springfield tho cashier remark Â¬ toned beneath the lioise and his leg was not get away from there it would le Â¬ heart of every ono in this community that ed Woll I will pay it if I have to lose broken wystom thereby destroying the founda out thu Fourth Congressional District come up to contract necessary to hold some negro inquests quite soon we can relate the ceremonies it myself tion of the disease and giving tho has finally conceded to their pleadings Mr Jordan Is 80 years of age and is soon They got away Murray of John Ho Of course when tho check was present- Â¬ of tho dedication A Basket Meeting patient strength by building up tho and is a brotherH Murray Allen was the quite feeble Owing to these circum- Â¬ who Gen Ell ed to Mr Boyd it was then discovered NOTKS Teachers constitution and assisting nature in do Â¬ Provisional Governor of Utah just after A banket meeting was held at Skill signature was a forgery and the stances it is thought that his recovery is that his Nothing by halves seen on Sunday ing I U work Tho proprietors have so tho war Ex Applications for positions in tlie Clov- Â¬ Several Cloverport man last Sunday doubtful bank set about to have Bates caught Such rot as thu above is an insult to peoplo went down and they report an much faith in 1U curatlvo j towers that erport High School will be reeeived u s- Â¬ Bates stayed iu Louisville a few days Friends and all meet at tho Lallelt then eame on down home and ran into ELIOTJtOPOIBl till July 2 thoy offer One Hundred Dollars for any Mr Murray as It Introduces him to thu enjoyable day There was a large crowd Tark Experienced teachers deeir the trap The when of people In attendance thu sermons case that It fails to cure Send for list of people simply as brother Davo Two Mofitki ed For particulars address Something new on the Ith of July at expected here on Springfield olrleers are t 1500 every train Address in reality ho is the peer of any brother were excellent aud there was plenty of Lalleist Park testimonial F N lVHuv Secy Cloverport Kjr A limited number of Instruments will Latkh Bates was about to be released F J Chkxuv Co Toledo O halt or whole of which wo have ever everything good to eat Service at the Catholic church Sunday yesterday evening under a Habeas Cor be rented at this nomial priee simply as -Sold by Druggist 75c Tor Salt TrattUft- - Irvd SUUIm heard in all that goes to make up a pus proceeding when Marshal Jordan an advertisement at 1000 a m You pan not afford brave and chivalrous man and when it Irvlngton was well represented at the sent a teleitraai to Gov Brown asking to miss thla opportunity it has never Toaetlle the ehi1bh toof the company Aber I a m in deen Star will fee sold the highest bidder at what to do The reply soon tame fakfaf 7th at Tlte Vests are offering special induce Â¬ comes to brains he is just out of sight Needing r tonic or chlWren thai want building n ceremonlei Sunday been made before and will not hut bag IrvlnstM VM weigh a p lbs f la a ear 9 Hold the prlsoaer Illinois authorial jean eld laoo Wa aired br MKtmNli IKON H1TTKHS Do not fall to call for not only of relations but acquaintances ments for trad Dennis fiherroa and wife of Kirk will be there to nUrltt with a warrant See tdvertieeaaowt elsewhere Address hie Dam by wbVUfcb JrdjChUf Hambletotilan to take suns Maktla la It la JOK RI leinfUM Jluwesvllle Pklndealer iwad the prisotter we held Man and JWImihihii AUoWiwalMWfiK were In tttUmJaiw DkHoU A Webb Louisville Ky yotireowpon with each pureltase Jmw Jth lift DAVID H MUltllAYof Itrrckrnrllife county a a ranrfidate for Congress subject to the action ot the Democratic Tatty In the ltlmarj Kleclion to be held on the 4th day of August ifos announce K tTfe are authorized toas a candidateKMcKAYÂ¬ for Con l of Nelson county gress aublect to the action of the Democratic party In the primary election to be held on the 4th ilay of Auiuit iSy It T7K arc aulhnrljcil to announce j Is Concoded to bo a Candldalo of Suporior Advantages And Strength - Eva Hensley Is visiting Mends in Long Lick this week Mr W II Kingston Cloerport whs visiting hero last week Wo will keep open house on tho 4th We Ad vertigo no UHUS ftliiey ard inllendlnc Wo believe in plain buiIno niDthods to glvo each and every patron equal value Bishop McCloskey Was Present and Oinclalotl J at the mony Cere- Â¬ T SIX PAGES Don T 4-- I Believe In SULZERS v- - Â¬ i - Â¬ Deceptions VESTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4eh W V Â¬ 1 r ri i Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Si m Â¬ Â¬ i vC i- Â¬ V Jui Ap i L THE BREIGKEUURIDQE EH3J NETWS OLOYERPORT KY 38 3JaSBK583S2BK3S 5 f FOURTH OF JULY jtgftgjgftBa Sgg i f At the LaHeist Park ri - Cloverport Kentucky jjTotyjTLiyrii M St Rose C HURCH w SfssOIS Every thing New and Novel Dinner and Refreshments on the Grounds Amusements for Young and Old Appropriate Addresses will be made by prominent speakers f FIRE WORKS BALLOON ASCENSION MUSIC n ti S Managers Breckenridge Jbo D R S CARTER OHAS ELDER DAN PRIEL MIKE ODONAHUE of Oloverport JEFF MATTLNGLY PATRICK TIEF of Hardinsburg johnnevitt james king mike lyddan of Irvington VICTOR HAGEMAN W 0 KELLY HENRY WALTZ of Hawesvillo V News 1894 V Q Baltage Edlton and Proprletts WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 r V1 fl IF The Worlds Prayer 0 Almighty Dollar our acknowledged governor preserver and bonefactor wo desire to approach thee on this and every occasion with that reveronco which is tho duo of superior excellence and the regard which shall bo cherished for exalted greatness Almighty Dollar without thee in tho world wo can do nothing but with theo wo can do all things When atrkness lays its paralyz Â¬ ing hands upon us thou canst provide for us tho tenderest of nurses tho most Dr M J Davis is a prominent phy Â¬ skillful of physicians and when tho last struggle of mortality is over and wo aro sician ot Lewis Cass county Iowa and Toing borno to tho resting place of tho has been actively engaged In the practice dead thou canst provide a band of music of mediclno at that place for tho past and a military escort to accompany us thirty five years On the 20th of May lilthor and last but not least erect a whilo in Des Molnesen route to Chicago magnificent monument ovi r our grave ho was suddenly taken with an attack of with a living epitaph to porpetuate our diarrhoea Having Bold Chamberlains memory And while here in tho midst Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for of misfortunes and temptations of life the past seventeen years and knowing wo perhaps are accused of crime and its reliability ho procured a 25 cent hot brought before magistrates thou Al Â¬ tlo two doses of which completely cured mighty Dollar canst sccuro u a feed him The excitement and change of lawyer a bribed Judge a packed Jury wator and diet incident to traveling often and we go scot free Bo with us wo produce a dlarrhcea Every one should pray thee In all thy decimal parts for procure a bottle of this Remedy betore that thou art tho only ono altogether leaving home Tor sale by A It Fisher lovely and the one among ten thousand Oloverport Ky and Kincheloo Meador Co Hardinsburg Ky We feel thero is no condition in lifo whero thy potent and all powerful BRANDENBURG charms aro not felt In thy absence how and how deso Â¬ gloomy is tho household Lett over from last week late the hearthstone but when thou 0 I am convinced that compassion is an with us how Almighty Dollar art gleefully tho beefsteak sings upon the emotion of which wo should neyer be few gridiron how genial Is tho warmth that ashamed and while I might make a anthracite coal or hickory wood diffuses remarks in extonuatlon of Stick Law throughout tho apartment and what an and with tho tenderest commiseration cxhuberanco of Joy continues to swell Im most afraid to venture for whilo ovory bosom thou art tho Joy of our f steering clear ot Scylla I might go to Experience and vouth and tho solaco of our old age pieces on Charybdis tho gontlemanand feed philosophy Indorso the factHliat silence thou canst adorn tho jackass thou art tho favorite of the is often tho golden clasp to bind together Common philosopher and the Jdea of tho lunk Â¬ the pages of friendship head AVhon an election is to bo carrlod sense is natures best gift but reason is We should be as careful of our Q Almighty Dollar thou art tho most an art potent argument ot politicians and dema Â¬ words as our actions and as far from from doing ill gogue and the umpire that decides tho speaking ill as The remains of Mrs Hugh Phillips Almighty Dollar thou art contest worshipped tho world over thou hast no nee Lizzie Seymour passed up last hypocrites in thy temple or no false Thursday from Owensboro to Lebanon liearU at thy altars kings and countries Ky for interment Mrs Phillips was a lww before thee and all nations adore graduate of Science Hill Academy in its thee thou art loved by tho civilized and palmiest days and a graduate in music She came here savages alike with unfeigued and un Â¬ under Prof Kinkle faltering affection wo rontinue to regard about 1858 and taught music in connec- Â¬ thee m the handmaid of religion and the tion with Mrs Todd who had a large Misa Liztle was female school here twitt slater of charity Ot Almighty Dollar bo with us we my first music teacher and was a super- Â¬ haaeech thee attended by an Inex- - ior woman musically and intellectually pnwelbla number of thy ministering She was marred to Mr II B Phillips a HNgela made in thine own image even leading merchant at this place at that they be but Bilver quarters and dlmee time He Is an unele of Mra J K Ditto whose gladdening light shall illuminate and Mra Cat Hendricks Mr and Mrs ua vale ot penury and want with lieav Phillips moved to Lebanon Ky where uly rwlianoe which shall cause the Ue haa amawted quite a fortune with hie awakened ml to break feB In the brotlier Jw PnlHIpe For several yeaw 1mm bean in Owen nonUtnattowi of Joy Almighty Dollar Mr Hugh PUii thou art the guide of our footsteps and the goal of our being Guided by thy silvery light we hopo to reach the golden enter while gato and triumphantly hands harmoniously sweep the golden street Almighty Dollar thy shining faco Bespeaks thy wondrous power In my pockets make thy resting place I need theo every hour And now Almighty Dollar in closing this invocation wo realize and acknow- Â¬ ledge that thou wast the god of our grandfathers the two fold god of their children and tho three fold god of their Permit us to possess grandchildren thee in abundance and all thy varied excellence Is our constant and unwav Â¬ ering prayer Anonymous boro with his branch house and where his wife died Many of us here remem- Â¬ ber Miss Lizzie lovingly and kindly and to the bereaved family we all extend kindest sympathy Tho Woodland boys and the Fontaine Field had a pleasant game of ball last Saturday with the former as victors It is not ot the gamo I would speak but of a little and very important incident con- Â¬ nected with tho game I wish to tell you Tho game was entirely agreeable and some of tho boys of mature years came down the street when ono proposed beer for the crowd A noble young man Im going to shake his band said Not boys beer leads to somothing stronger then ono glass calls for another so Im My determined norer to touch it youngest boy hoard this and in studying his Sunday School lesson the golden text was Look not on the wine when it is red when he immediately recalled the keeps circumstance related and said the Golden Text Precept is great Ex Â¬ ample is far greater and more potent Women can do much to raise the stand Â¬ ard of morality throughout the world and sho should put her ideas into work- Â¬ ing shapo but roan can even do more and great and lasting benefit would re Â¬ sult it men would unlto their forces and act in concert to reform evil In tho ordi- Â¬ nary walks of lifo I thoroughly believe in tho federation of the worlds mankind for purposes ot reform If men and women Just knew and realized It organ- Â¬ ization is all wo need to Bweep like a cyclone this world clear ot immorality Givo us a few more such young men as tho ono who had the moral courage last Saturday to utter those noble sentiments and well soe a revolution right here Look around you oh I look around on noble good boys once and when gray hairs come see what Looking on the wine when red has brought them to If Touch not taste not had been prac- Â¬ ticed happy homes would have flourish- Â¬ ed like the Rose ot Sharon and deso lato hearts would have been as Lillles of tho Valloy Mrs D S Richardson who has been confined to her bed the past week is able to be out again Mrs Sam Cashman and Miss Melissa Cashman arc spending several weeks in New Albany visiting relatives Mrs E A Richardson and little daughter Sarah Ellen wcro handsomely ontertained by Mrs Jabez Haynes Mrs Mollie Jolly Mr and Mrs Geo Cox were guests of relatives at Sample Sunday and attended tho Memorial ser- Â¬ vices took iu tho show Miss Addio Brock their guest accompanied them Mr Rice Carlton has returned from Upton school well equipped for teaching which ho will do this year in Hardin Mrs Lucinda Stith very aged and n paralytic forsoveral years has been very low for the past week She is a little improved at present but is not expected to live a great while Miss Esther Haynes Mrs Arther Haynes and Miss Minnie Hoylo contem- Â¬ plate a visit to Miss Mamio Ireland Skill man next week Miss Sarah E Richardson and little sister Mary are expected homo tomor- Â¬ row from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Hardin nnd LaRue coun- Â¬ ties Dr Bush was at the Cox hotel until yesterday doing a splendid business aud slaying teeth generally Many custom- Â¬ ers were left or too lato to get their work done Mrs E A Richardson and daughter of Louisville spent a week with their parents Mr and Mrs D S Richardson returning Wednesday Mr and Mrs George Cox Mr and Mrs J A Haynes Misses Eva Cathman Mamio Jolly and Blanche Severs went to Cloverport to see Robinsons circus last Wednesday Dr and Mrs William Milner enter- Â¬ tained a few friends last week in their new home The invited guests were Mr and Mrs D S Richardson Mrs R G Ricketts Miss RicketU Dr aud Mrs Wm Milner Miss Mattie Milner Mrs E A Richardson and daughter Dr and Mrs William Milner Miss Mattle Milner Mrs D S Richardson R T Cashman R C Richardson Miss Â¬ es Rebecca Ricketts and Esther Haynes attended the Manorial services at Sam ple last Sunday Custer you have hurt Herberts feel ings beyond repair but some reparation can be made by forever promising never to call his dear Viola Tiola again He feels that great wrong has been dono him If not now is tho Are you insured time to provide yourself and family with a bottle ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrha a Remedy as an Insurance against any serious results from an at- Â¬ tack of bowel complaint during the summer montliB It is almost certain to be needed and should bo procured at once No other remedy can take its place or do Its work 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A R Fisher Clover- Â¬ port Ky and KIncheloe Meador Co Hardinsburg Ky Â¬ SAMPLE Mr Arthur Mattlngly will teach our school Farmers are busy watering and sotting Gone to Best After months of gradual sinkimr weeks of distressing emaciation days anil Preaching here every 4th Sunday G Shacklutt visited her sou hours of painful millering caused by tho Mrs J dread monster pulmonary consumption Rod at Garrett Thursday We are sorry to say that Miss Anna Mrs Sallie wifo of Thomas Rerryman has passed to that homo where tho Board is no better at this writing The Shajkletto Uros have purchased weary cease from toil and tho afflicted a Deering Binder of J T Jones Ekron cease from suffering Her spirit winged its flight at 5 oclock Ky on the afternoon of the 19tli inst leaving Messrs B 11 Shacklett M L Board Sara Epperson aud Charlie Board went the frail tenement of earth to moulder in the dust It Is written Dust thou art to Big Spring Friday on business Gen Rev Overstreet Rev McDonald and and unto dust shall thou return Prof J L Simpson and family took Ill 10 Her remains wcro interred in Illgliland dinnor with Mr and Mrs R L Simpson cemetery 4 oclock tho following ovenhig Friday Mr Warner Shacklett and sister Miss w Uncased by a largo concourfao of friends Ilurgravo was profusely decorated lth Rena in company with their cousin Miss Miller of Hardinsburg were tho choice flowers symbolizing most iw guests of friends aud relatives in tills phctically tho deep felt sympathy of the heart that words failed to express vicinity part of last week Mrs Berryinun was n lady with many Peyton declares by grave that was the darndest animal he ever had any Â¬ friends no enemies Kind to every- Â¬ thing to do with It first threw him and body her demise will bo regretted by then fell down on him but sinco then he all wlio knewier regardless of relation- Â¬ ship Closely in her wake driven on by has learned to ride his bluycle Misses Eula Miller of Hardinsburg the same disease follows her daughter Rena Shacklett of Ekron and Sallie and Dolly It is thought that sho will not Willa Shacklett accompanied by Messrs survive but a few days tho shock of her Robt Shacklett and Max Willett attend- Â¬ mothers death Sircocco ed church ut Gust on Thursday night HILL GROVE Harvesting is the order of the day V ci EKRON- - ROSETTA UNION STAR Mr J J Severs Portland home two days last week Crops and gardens look bad in this was at section of country Rico Carlton Is visiting his best girl in Mr and Mrs Robt French were guests Hardin county of Mrs Philo Hawkins Sunday Harvest season is opening Several of Miss Mattle Milner Is at home from our farmers will begin Monday Bethel Female College Hopkinavllle Mrs Eleaxer Nicholas and baby are at Ky Mra Nicholas fathers to atay quite Misa Eva Cashman is at home from awhile Prof Cunninghams school Stephens Misses Allie Witt Beetle Hardin port Hardin are visiting their cousins Iva and Lida Carlton Mr and Mra Hiram Carlton and daughters Iva and Lida are visiting Mrs Children Cry frr Pactas Cutorlt Ad Witt Hardinsburg Roaetla sehool haa not been taken yet What k the matter with applicants Wfc mra Immt CWtik Btfef M sMr No one haa applied up to date towibawuaCfelUaiMorMferCutetU CUreaee Baanam wife and children IHwa ii Wmm Wm ahwc W CMtwfa nwaaaaCamwaihowlnwOMtMta Kk Pr BttljtAf Warflai rnM VTWI IUmVu I Waif If- - BAauAJi rwwwwr DMUR R II Dowell and S J Brown went to Puynesvillo Sunday tobacco Thero will bo a picnic hero at the Wonder what Amon Jolly Is looking Grovo tho 14 of July R S Roberts sr and sister Mrs so sad about Mr Crafton Cashman was tho guest of Duch Richardson went to Louisville Monday Miss Cora Hallow Sunday Tho party given by Mrs A E Gucdry and Mrs Will Jolly spent last Fri Â¬ Mr to tho young folks Friday night was en day with her mother Mrs C L Pate Joyed by all present Mr and Mrs Huso Morgan Stephens Mra Mc II Richardson of Louisville port attended church hero Sunday came down Sunday to spend some tlino Miss Lena Allen of Cloverport is tho with her aunt Mrs Jne Dowell guest ot Miss Lena Brown this weok Miss Daisy Cox who has been spend Miss Cora Ballow Roberts Bottom at- Â¬ ing a week with relatives here returned tended church at this place last Sunday to her home iu Toblusport Sunday Tho game of base ball between Brand Â¬ Mrs Jennio Basham and children of Cloverport aro visiting her mother Mrs enburg and Ekron Satuaday evening re Â¬ sulted 127 to 10 In favor of the Ekron Roberts a Mr C M McGlothlan and wifo were club Hisses Lulu and Lena Willett and guests ot Mr and Mrs J M Mattlngly their visitors Mr Jv L Lawson of MisFriday souri and Miss Lillian Newblll of Louis- Â¬ T camo Sam Keys ot the L St L ville spent tho day Tuesday Juno 18th up Sunday to see his best aunt Mrs with Dr Willett of this place Mary McAfee Mr Blant Shacklett and sons Juno Miss Maggie Wiedman has returned and Rod Judge Woolfolk Capt Ed after a visit to Roberta Bottom She re Â¬ Guedry and sons Gene and Bee Dr ports a very pleasant visit Willett Z T Cox R 8 Dowell Joe Mrs A N Jolly returned from Hawes Sanders N B and Richard Dowell Jr vllle from a weeks visit to Jior daughter of this place composed a flshng party to Mrs II S Brumfleld Rock Haven last Thursday They mot Mra T E Elder of Mooleyvllle spent with splendid success all getting good last week with her sisters Mlasea Mollie strings of Qah and Llllie McQuady A party of young folks composed of Mlasea Lena and Lula Willett Rena Mra Gwartney and little daughter Josephine ot Laeonla Ind were vleit Shaeklett otot near this plaee Misa Llllie Loulayille Mies Eula Miller Newblll Ing Mr and Mrs T 1 Squires last of lUrdiiubunt fteonninaaied by Kd Lawson ot Missouri Warner ShacklaU week ami Jtiehard Dowell vtaiM the aaH Tnaaday and Box paper at 36c thla week at Bb works and Sod Aali report a very pleaaaut trip bajjes Â¬ Â¬ HELPLESS INVALID About 18 months or two yours ugo my wifes health guvo way uutl alio rew eteadily Sho could not rotuin worao oarcoly anything shu ntu and tho ouso fnmlly ustuimod tho worst form of DYSPEPSIA and CMUONIC DIAIWICEA nnd she Locarno u helpless inva- Â¬ lid At the age of 18 I hud hor undor tho truatmont of a good physician but his offorta to ro liuvo hor wore of no avail So nftor nuittora hud continuod thus for 8 or 10 mouths and my wifo had givon up to die I took the ouso m mv own hands and nurchnscd n bottlo of Dr Kinga ROYAL OERMETUER begun giving it to hor imvatorna hot as alio could drink it boforo nnd after oaoh ntonl lining n mild purgutive occutdonully on rotiring at night Suffice it to say iu loss than a woek there wab A WONDERFUL CHANOn Bee could eat a little of any Â¬ thing aha deairod and today is a well woman She used alto- ether possibly 4 or 6 bottlo 5 n my opinion Jjfcyxy KyT fJBRnBTUGR HAS NO EQUAL Harrt v L Wirra 1 lt Wioa y MIm AMaMa Uif Xaftx tiiwu nut o aa jiiiij t Sii rmmEmwrMrv var - ra IP i Ti v - f l WtoMfl i OlWMfcPJig srrT1 j rTrTHE BRRGKBMRIDGB NEWS GLiOVEtRFORT KY ALiWIWW lifllR W jwiriisnirtWf1 i laihJtiaeiifieLsss1sMs - tF WW t wn vrrp irMisilsnsTsOTsS 1 fro t ij SHALL THE EAGLE SCREAM in PICNIC TO BE GIVEN ON SEGOND ANNUAL THE ri - fo ri l I J L 7 r J a nd Refreshments ojLall kinds on the grounds juL Jbrl r - Music by first class Brass and StringAll kinds of Modern Amusements BMs inner mJ V Fourth of July Oration by the HON DAVID -- AND OTHER SPEECHES BY THE FINESTf OP ORATORS LET EVEETBODT COME IfI IllE LK -- rt l4 It -- t j s Q MURRAY fs A GOOD TIME an X r r X EXCURSION RATES ON THE L H Trains going East will leave Hardinsburg at 6 oclock P M W RAILWAY Trains going West will leave at 730 P M HARBIN Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JUNE JARBOE Props CUSTER SPEEDY imil LASTING RESULTS W Vnu i sr News 27 1894 McDANIELS Teachers nnd candidates are thick Mr Joe Parsons lias n handsome new Misses Clara and ldia Glanseork have returned from school at liardinsburg Wo welcome our school girls homo Miss Alice Dockory and Doctor It II McMulliu returned Monday from a de- Â¬ lightful visit to Mrs Robert Lewis in Cloverport No my friend I am not interested in the picnic It was the newsman not buBKjr your correspondent who insetted thoso Mr Clido Hicks was in Hardinsburg little puffs Monday J Nick Mercer of Lodiburg was back Mrs Ailseo Jarboe is visiting her son to bee his old friends last week His John near Axtel jolly laugh is irresistablo and he brought Mrs 11 A CundifT is in Hardin county tho smile to many faces visiting her son Mr Chas Cundiir Miss Ava Hoard liardinsburg who Miss Kflio Mattingly of Cave Springi has been tho guest for tho past week of wasjiorollmrsday selling oil paintings Miss Dora McDaniel was accompanied Mr Gilbert Butler West View was homo Wednesday by Mr J T McDaniel Messrs Sam llenninger and George the guest of Miss Neddie Hunter Sunday Mrs Mattfo 1ile of Bunw visited her Hall West View wero hero Thursday parents Mr and Mrs J M Parsons last after Mr Hettingers spring wagon which a kicking horse had greatly damaged week Mrs H A daughter Viuw Mrs Hunter is visiting her at West llenninger Saturday afternoon Mr Nnco Cooms visited his sinter Mrs Lon Ithodes at Kirk last Thursday night Mr and Mrs Milton Coke visited his parents near Kveluigh last Saturday and Sunday Tanners wero busy rutting wheat be Â¬ fore the rain and now are resetting tobacco MrHohortChainbliHs Falls of Hough paid Ills sister Mrs Sam Parsons a visit lust week Mr Clifford Bruco Hardin Springs visited his mother Mrs Annie Uruce last Saturday Mr Chas CundifT of Hardin county visited his parents Itev and Mrs 15 A Cundiir last week Mr and Mrs Dan Hicks are eozily seU tied in their now cottage and at home to all their friends Miss Dora McDaniel thanks to the kindness of Mrs Henry Hoard is feasting on apples this week Mr James Bishop representing Rosen- Â¬ berg Flexnor A Mendel Loulsvlllo was hero Wednesday night Mr Will Sturgeon and wife of near Lcitchflold visited relatives hero last Saturday and Sunday llev 11 A CundifT has returned from lhilpot wbero he lias been attending the Holiness Association Mr Will Sklllmnn West View was the guest of his sister Mrs J E Cooper last Saturday and Sunday Mr 0 C Weymuth Balcsruan for II Wedekln A Co Louisville gave our merchants a call last week Dr J W Clarke and Mlsa Itena Rob Â¬ ertson of Calhoun wero the guests of Mlsa Lissle McDaniel last woek Mr Matt Jarboe is troubled with Sciatic pains and like all other boys when in trouble wished mother was ut tome Mrs Nan Doekery Miss Jennie Cooper and MIhm h Delia and Neddie Hunter spent Wednesday with Miss Mittio Kraie Miss Mittio is taking lessons in painting from Miss Cooper AVo aro glad to learn of tho pleasant visit of Miss Kato Glasscock to friends in Miss Kato is one of our Cloverport most accomplished ladies and has many friends who miss her when nway AVo are sorry to report tho following ladies on the sick list Mrs Zach Gan naway Mrs L 0 Bradley Mrs Thos Parsons Mrs Ed Cannon and Mrs J K Cooper AVo wish for each and all a Mr Sash Simmons of Guston visited his daughter Mrs Albert Morgan the 20th Inst who had relapsed since tuy last letter was published Her allllction seems to bo of nn oscillating nature Some days there is a decided change for the better then fever sets up and she relapses into her former state Though her physician Dr Burch says there is a manifested change for the better at this writing Henry Ilickerson and B V Current are grandiloquent on the subject of stock law Preparations aro being made for them to Btump the county They will start out In separate directions however Their friends fearing that their anxiety to bo heard will be so great if one gets up on a stump to unburden his vocabu lary In favor of wild swine and long horned cattle tho other will become so excited in his zeal for giving vent to the mighty argument in favor of tho same which is bow ing him down with Its great weight he will grab his predecessor by the seat of his nether garments and pull him down and vice verm We march to victory Ihcy crltl NeirA Kngln aro having their store painted which adds much to its attract iveness Mr and Mrs Dowell and Mrs Bewlcy spent tho day witlt Geo J NefT and family Tuesday Jesse Hardaway of Rig Spring was in town Friday with tobacco which he shipped to Louisville Messrs Flother and Anient wero among tho traveling men who visited our town last week Nathan Rowley of Louisville visited his brothers John and Marvin who are very sick AVednesday Mrs Harriet Robblns of Loulsvillo who has been visiting at Mrs Munfords speedy recovery After the refreshing rain which fell last evening the 21st humanity the I noblest of Gods marvelous mechanism joins in the universal canticle which nature scuds up to its Creator Inno- Â¬ cent happiness in our hearts is accept Â¬ able worship to our God who has given us tho languago of joy as ho gave to birds Hie power of song Tho innocent joyousness of a puro heart is better than Fifty cents is a small doctor bill but incense swung in tho temples of tho that is all it will cost you to euro any ordinary caso of rheumatism if you uso Iml Chamberlains Pain Balm Try it and AVhen pcoplo aro hilllous and dyspep Â¬ you will be surprised at tho prompt re tic they need a laxative medicine In lief it affords The first application will suclt cases Ayers Pjlls give perfect quiet the pain 60 cent bottles for salo satisfaction by A II Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloo Meador A Co liardinsburg SIROCCO Ky Â¬ Tho Fontain Field boys struck a turn in the lane of fatno tho evening of the 10th inst when the AVoodland club licked em on the Brandenburg battle ground Tho score stood 22 to 2 in favor of Woodland club Though I deeply re- Â¬ gretted seeing our boys robbed of tho I was proud to seo them act with belt such gentlemanly decorum It was cal- Â¬ culated to make the hot blood ebb and How again to hear the taunts indulged in by the victorious club after the heat of the battle was over Hut thoro didnt seem to be any unkind feelings engen Â¬ dered in tho hearts of our spunky Tigers who wero doubtless ruminating Alright you may in their minds crow now but well meet you later and chaw your bones Wasnt Macon a hustler Marchul to victory anil ilkil Its a long lane that has no turn Thomas Phillfpps arrived from Kansas tho 10th Inst Several young men from our neighbor Â¬ hood will take in tho liardinsburg picnic Row J D Current of Hope Intl vis- Â¬ ited his mother Mrs Elizabeth Current last week Tho latter was quite sick for a few days but in better at this writing Mack Squires has set out When- Â¬ ever Mack takes his girl buggy riding he loosens the i eina and tells his horse to Mack dont eare take his own time how slow his horse moves jut so he KU home to nipper Mrs GUSTON Mrs Kato Childs was tho guest of Mrs Geo J Ned Friday Jesse Board and wife of llrandenburg wero in town last week on business Miss Maudo Osborne left Thursday for ltlneyvillu to visit her grand mother Mrs Clark and little son of Louisville are visiting tho family of Mrs Munford John and Marvin Rowley who are sick with typhoid fever are both reported better returned home Thursday Come and make your purchnses Nick Tilford after a short visit among friends in this vicinity has returned to JNO I UABUAGE liardinsburg to attend tho Normal E C Bahhaok Manacikr Bushiest at this point Beems to be in Â¬ creasing Several ear loads of stock left hern last week and tobacco Is moving D briskly Messrs AVilliams and Prqtheroo of 1 Irviugtoi were tho guests of Misses Clara and Ethel Adklsson Wednesday VTCAVtAIMItnUtMARKsV evening W COPYRIGHTS CAN I nrtTATN A PATENT f For a Long Brick House Brother OveiStreet pastor of thelatto Prompt antwer and an honeat opinion write to M UN N ifc who hare bad Devi aft rears son Memorial church here came down experience la toe patent botlneea Commnnlca tlonaitrtctly confidential A Handbook of ln from J otiisvllle AVedmsday to assist foraiatlon oonoornlnjr lntenta and bow to obÂ¬ CLOVERPORT KY tain them lent free Alto a catalogue of mechan Â¬ with tho protracted meeting ical and iclentlflo bnoki tent free ratenu taken through Munn Co recelro Miss Mary Manning who has been tpeelal notice In the rtelentiaoAnierlrnn and Desires to see all tho tobacco tbn are brought wirteij before tue publlo with Â¬ visiting tho family of Mrs Pollock re- Â¬ out coat to tbe Inventor Thl splendid paper Issued eeklr elegantly illustrated baa briar the farmera of this and surrounding turned to her homo at Rhodelia AVednes Â¬ largest circulation of anr scieutlno work In tho world 93 year Sample copies sent free day accompanied by Miss Helen Pollock Building Kdltlon monthly tlio a yesr Single country copies vll cents Krery number contains beau- Â¬ Despite the dull times Cupid seems to tiful plates In colors and photographs of new houses wltb plana enabling builders to show the have replenished his quiver with arrows latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN CO Naw YOIIJC aOl BUUIDWAT Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co that have been well directed Ere long we shall hear the silvery chimes of wed- Â¬ wk dont 8KB Western R R LouisvIMeHadinsburg ding bells INTO AVhy Miss Lucy Pool looks bo Gray of Miss Roso Morris will loavo for Lou No 3 TIME TABU isvllle Thursday to spend a week with ilate 1801 AVhy the people of Custer dont get up TAKING EFFECT JULY 20 her parents G A NefT will have Taking-- Klfoct West Hound Trains Kast Mound Trains a picnic charge of tho railroad ofllco during her Dairy Dailv Usllv Dally Hqw Jim Harrison lost his cull button ex Bun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex San At 600 oekk A H Sunday Dec 17 1853 absenco No 5 No 2 No r Nol O E Bryant and family left Thursday lust Sunday Wtt Bound Traint atl Bound Tratni 11004 m Iv Irvlnicton Ai 930am AVhy everybody dont take- the Biikck 11 40 morning for Brandenburg where they uarlield M J11 120 63 11 Mam M t Ilsrned Mall A 800 knhiimikNeww AVe regret to loso them will locate Bxprs Kxprs STATIONS Ksprs 1212 llardiniburir 7 40 Krr AVhy Miss Funnio Jenlck gets two Kirk 1248 710 from our midst and wish them success Dally Dally 10U Jolly 700 Dally Dally Qlendeane in their new home Charlio has made a letters a week from California 118 640 6 SUnm IvUnn itar Demnster AVhy some of tho old maids dont gel oSO 6 46 I2 Kentucky St host of friends in this community and srHallaHouKhlv 610 72 West 1olnt 220 637 uocavaie was one of our most enterprising busi- Â¬ struck on the nlco young gcut that wears 730 Howard 233 Ruth 626 tho yallor slippers Hoc Haven 244 ness mon Asklns 618 Ionfllranch Osks 26a 600 llrandenburg 330pm ArKordivillelv 4 4Asm Ed Smith of Louisville came down Thejso are our K ron fllttnn Thursday on his bicycle pausing in Irvlneton town only long qnough to say howdy Webster Lodlburir The chief attraction is just over the hill fierce WHARFMASTERS Sample where despite tho scorching rays of old Slcphensport Sol ho wended his way to bo greeted Addltgn CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Pt Look Right Holt with such smiles as only that little girl Cloverport Also Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Shops in pink knows how to bestow upon a Made Right SI linan Yellow Fine Flooring and Celling friond llawcivllle Jetrle Size Right Shingles Laths Lime Quito an Interest is being manifested Falcon Cavco Hair Cement Brick In tho nrotracted nicotine at this place l ewrioi Doers Sash and Blinds lowera which Is being conducted by Rev Don Â¬ Pates jj ald of Danville Kv If earaefttrwss in and all kinds ofBulWag Material Owentboro 125 150 200 Msttlnsly the good work can avail anything surely GrIKtV SolvAgenttfer Maalcy much will be aeeompiUHieu uunng mt and 250 Wsrihlngton HenMsttad Fertilizers aw Trey stav amenir us aa the roost nrftfeuftd Heads SjottsvllU I earnestness pervades his every word and JNO D BABBAGE T rHati4H ly action OrisnMitli4iih tKyHT Meador visited frinnds and relatives at Garfield last week Miss Annio Johnson of Powleyvillo is visiting her cousin MIbs Annie Pate Miss Ella Triplett of Bowleyville is spending a few weeks with liar aunt Mrs Shelby Triplett Miss Mollio Lyon has returned from Vino Grove where she has been attend- Â¬ ing school Welcome homo Mollio Oh my these awful warm long days How the harvester longs to hear that all softening overpowering knell the tocsin of the soul tho dinner bell Mr Joel Pile oiib of Breckonridgos most popular young men was at Custer shaking hands with his old friends this Como again Joel week Rev J B Galloway and Brother Love of Long Branch will begin a protracted lueptlng at this place the second Sunday in July Hope the people will come out and assist in the meeting as we all staud in great need of one just now AVho col did you over hear such a fuss 7 It Is about that utubor colored Sirocco I agree with you satinidrees we do Bee fun if we do raiso sand some times aud the wrong person gets the contents of the sand bag While passing tho home of Miss Ada Board ono evening last week our atten tion was attracted by tho cries of some one it seemed in groat distress I hur- Â¬ ried to tho spot when lot there sat Miss Ada groaning and crying rockipg herself to and fro with a lingo shot gun by her side She had beon trying to kill a ihawk and had stumped her too Mrs Dr Â¬ v cm eel 1 ute vm CKK3IONT BUJ1HCAX CO Iriro H300 W GUARANTEE ABSCUTZLT I III a LlSQtany injunoui tubttance from BIBKID ABSQUZ173 FAT PEOPLE Simple No Inconvenience SPECIAL Ye i cMiuyl thin a CURE or refund tour monit per bottle Send 4c for trilUS Boiton Mui t This isfor You ONLY FOR ONE Gold Foil Box Paper 20c Blourning Box Paper ruled nnd un- Â¬ ruled 20c Linen Box Paper ruled nnd unruled 20c 3 Quires Best Paper 20c WREK J BRASHEAR rl EVI 4iffaij TOBACCO BUYER 22 TIME SCHEDULE - i 3 vJ T I Negligee Shirts vf GREGORY CO 4 C U1 3I i - Sf - 4 iO 5 fa -- j iyrfW -- irt J- f T r Ttnn Cii IWIIrttltWMMIIiMMlllBMMWWMW i NMMMi J V THE BREOKENRIDGR Awontprt Pure Meade county Burch brandy sold A NElWS OIaOYERPORT KY HOT GAME Highest Honors World j r DR Fair at the Palace Saloon jny osldo that derby hat and get one CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY JUNE 1NEWS 27 1894 LOCAL BREVITIES Clnronco Davis la qultu sick Suliwrs leu cream freezers for 4th of July picnics Outfitters Ice cream every lUy nt the City Htkory Nice teas for making iced teas Sul iters Up to dato in the shoo business Vest Hot sun protectors umbrellas Sul- Â¬ Babbngos Tan shoes high and low cuta get a pair this week Sulzora It sparkles as you drink it ice cold beer at tho Paace Saloon Mothers see our lino of baby lac caps real bargains Sulzers Loave your orders for Ico cream and shcrbert at Rledel Cos Louisville beer Is tho best I sell it fresh and cold J W Bates Goto G WShorts barber shop for first class shaving and hair dressing Thoro will be sono good speaking at tho picnic at McDanlels June SO Coldest beer in tho city one door be Â¬ low the post office Palaco Saloon Louisville beer fresh ico cold and Bparkling at J W Bates Star Saloon Nice cool drinks aro refreshing these hot days I sell them J W Bates Cream sodas lemonade milk shake Cos Ice cold Bweet elder at Riedel Hats Tlioy need no advertisement once a lady sees them Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ can tho Mllllnor I am no more a poet than a sheep is a goet but I keep the coldest beer in town Palaco Saloon of our straws Suzors Nice cool light clips for children big reduction Sulz rs Tooth brushes from 15c to 5x nt Hardlmbnrg Wins a Game of Ball from Cloverport by the Skin a of the Teeth Tho most interesting gamo of base ball that has been played in the city forquite a while was Hint last Friday by the liar dinaburg and Cloverport teams Cloverport started off in the lead and for several innings it appeared that they were going to win easily However liar dlnsburg never let up from hard close playing At the end of the thtrdinning the Bcore stood 11 to 0 in favorof Clover- Â¬ port In the fourth and fifth Cloverport was presented with eggs whllo Hardlns burg made one In tho fourth and got an egg in tho fifth In tho sixth there was some good slug- Â¬ ging by both clubs which resulted in Cloverport scoring three rounds and Hardlnsburg two This still left Clover- Â¬ port leading by five Right hero Clover- Â¬ port seemed to be doomed Sho played hard but fate seemed to be against her At the same tlmo HardinBburg neomcd to be encouraged and were determined to snatch victory out of apparent defeat In the seventh Cloverport got another cypher and Hardlnsburg scored two runs In tho eighth Cloverport again mado no-Â¬ thing and Hardlnsburg rolled up four thus placing them in tho lead by ono The game was now getting interesting A good string of batters were to como up for Cloverport in tho ninth and their friends still had some hope of their win- Â¬ ning Hopper however went out on a fly Yeager fouled out Henry OBrien now grasped the willow and was soundly cheered for every body know that he was the right man in the right place He did not deceive them but sent a long ball into right field and took second base His brother Lewis OBrien followed with a good lick sending Henry home and taking second himself Fred Utting was next at bat but was thrown out at first on what promised to be a safe hit The score was now tied at fifteen Hardlnsburg camo to bat confident Chns Hook mode a safe hit and stole second Smith went out at first but Hook took third McGary after fouling several times at last knocked a long ball into right fielders hands Hook held third till tho ball was held and then made a dash for home which he reached by a slide and tho game was won Following is tho scoro by innings Innings 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 5 2400300 115 Cloverport 4 1 1 1 0224 1 10 Hardlnsburg Struck Out Cloverport 9 Hardlnsburg 1 Mmmwmmmmwsmmmwmmwig Served at the Sensational Not this advertisement but tho genuine cut in prices introduced by Worlds Fair Tulius inter o laseSanbonte Importations- Preparatory to our semi annual invoic- Â¬ ing wo havo again inserted the knifo and CUT TO THE BONE Of course it hurts us but tho buyer is Now is your time to buy benefited seasonable Ready made Clothing Mer- Â¬ chant Tailoring and Gents FurnishComo ing Goods Como to the feuBt to Â¬ TeSandoffeeand of the We - AbsolutcIjUniform- CO JULIUS WINTER S E Cor Third and Market Sis Loulsvlle Ky fauuuuuuiuuiuuuuuuuuiuuuuft HARDIN AGAIN Another Interesting Letter from the Pungent Pon of Correspondent He Keeps Up With tho Ring Politicians and Will Make Thorn Hustle Â¬ HcstkiowiiQudif handle - zers Light coats and vesta at prices to suit Stokers Ml kinds of cool drinks at the City Bakery What you need cool comfortable clothing Sulzers Our purpose is for years and not for a Vest bIiirIu season Nothing poetical at tlio Palaco Saloon all straight goods Everybody is going to the picnic at McDaulels June SO Thi best whiskey that Daviess county cau allord Is sold at the Palace Saloon Light airy goods for summer wear keep cool and comfortably Sulzors Hoys hats at prices well just let us show you how cheap they are Sulzers If any body cau beat the quality the style or price wo will quit our job Aest Dont melt that boy up wo havo a dandy line of light clothing for boys - K i - 91 vil When the blood is loaded with im- Â¬ The doctors say keep cool wear light purities the whole system becomes discomfortable clothing examino our line ordered This condition of things Bulzors cannot last long without serious results A good band lias been engaged to disIn such cases a powerful alterative is course musiu at the picnic at McDaniols needed such as Ayers Sarsaparilla It June SO never fails and has no equal Mrs Elvira Babbago is at tlio Willard The many friends of Mrs Harve Eng Â¬ Hotel Louisville the guest of her son lish will bo glad to know that she has Charles entirely recovered from her recent ill- Â¬ The finest drinks any way you want ness and is now enjoying her usual good themat J W Hates Star Saloon opposito health The News had the good fortune tho post office to slip into her handsome home last Keep your feet comfortable see our Monday and enjoy a sumptuous din- Â¬ line of low shoes at hot weather melting ner Mr English has a splendid home and it is always open to his friends prices Sulzers Two elegant rooms either For Rent Apply to PERSONAL furnished or unfurnished Jno D Babbage Mrs Elvira Babbage is visiting in Perhaps your shoe is too loose here Louisville and pinches there its not made right Bet you did not get them at Vests Mrs D R Murray went to Louisville Albott Lalleist has brightened up his yesterday new residence by administering several Mr Frauk Landers of Hawesville coats of paint with beautiful trimmings was in tho city last Friday Quite a crond of children had a nice Henry Hawkins was a passenger on little basket picnic at Skillmans Grove tho west bound train Monday In tho eastern suburbs of tho city yestor Frank Boyd and P 8 Miller of the day revenue service were at homo Sunday Kov S G fjhelly and wife returned Mr Frank Ditto Sr returned to Louis- Â¬ homo last Friday Ho filled his regular ville Friday Mr Ditto is quite feeble appointment here and at Hoft last Sun- Â¬ Dr J B Cottrell has gone to Louis day vlllo to meet his daughter from Florida Crude carbolic acid kills the smoll Miss Veva Miller loft Sunday night for around pig pons kills diseaso germs nn extended visit in Owensboro and we sell it by tho pint quart or gallon Rockport Sjlzers A new roof is being put on tho resi- Â¬ Teddy Wetherholt gavo a Peanut dence on High street occupied by Tlios Hunt last Friday night to her numerous Tousey little iriends it being her thirteenth Mr Oldham a student in the Russell birthday ville College was in tho city last week TheLStL T will sell excursion tick tho guest of Roy Heyser eta to all points on their lino July 3 and Master DuRelle Fairleigh who has 4 limited to July 5 at one fare for tho been visiting his aunt Mrs J D Bab Â¬ round trip bage returnod home Sunday The CloverportBase Ball club was reor Â¬ Mr W B Hardin of Rome Ind was ganized Monday night Clayton Cros Manager and Lewis in the city Monday lie went from son was selected here to Louisville on a pleasure trip OBriou Captian Mr Phil Gregory of the Louisville and to nccommodate all This week in order of our yeast customers wo have an extra Evansvilie Packet Company was In tho supply to day Bend in your order before city several days lost week the guest of relatives it is all gone Sulzers Our mld summor salo bargains in Mr James Moorman and Master Owen ladles comfortablo lawnsditnitystlntson Hunter the boy who waa bitten by the cloth and chullles like hot weather are mad dog of Glendeaue were in the molting away Sulzers city visiting relatives last week Tho lint wcathor may innko you pant Messers C W Moorman S B Adkis our son R L Newsom and Misa Fanny feol like you was melting away pants oro light and airy mako you cool Smith went to Louisville Monday to see and comfortable Sulzers Americus at tho Auditorium Remember wo return you 10 per cent Mrs Judge J A Donaldson of Car of your purchases in all departments rollton Ky and Mrs J T Snowden of Do not fail to call for your coupon It Oldham county will arrive in the city will get you somothlng niceVest to day to visit their sister Mrs B 0 If you buy something hero and find Yeager when you get homo you have made a Mr Henry Morton who broke his leg tnistako it doesnt suit or you dont whllo working at his saw mill several want it bring it back and wo will return weeks ago was able to appear on the V your monoy Vest BtreeUon crutches last week for the drat Joseph Fackler and wife of Taynea tlmo since the accident ville woro visiting his brother-in-laHenry Dulsclike at Holt last week Out at Tar Springs They were here Sunday at tho Catholic As these hot days get more and more corner stone services severe and the intolerable heat Is more Dont miss these bargains Wall paper and more oppressive excursion parties at wholesale cost price for the next ten to the delicious shades of the Tar Spring days only to those we hang tho paper are becoming more and more frequent for at the customary price Call and Bee The following persons composed a party P Sawyer how aheap this ineana--seekiug pleasure and comfort who visit Â¬ Tlios Alklsson living on M Lyddans ed that noted watering plaee yesterday Mt Merino farm had a good horse kill Misses Hay Cobrot Bessie Harabletoa ed byHtitilg during the storm there Irene Board Sallie Murray Maud Willi et week It was the only horse he had Mary Moorman Ltnnie DHuy and and the loss falls heavily upon him Maggie Hambletou j Messrs Percy Hopper Archer Hopper Roy Heyser YOVH HACK AOHKS all w Or rw mi rauir good far potnlBg Victor Bowmer Syd WilliBghaw A B Bkillman Harry Moomao and Ollie Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Sulzjrs Little MIbs Addie Louise Babbage has been quito sick with fever for tho past week Sho is bettor now From now on wo will make you first class tin types on short notico at the old reliablo gallery C L Knight MissSallle Davis who was brought home from tho Norton Infirmary last week sick with typhoid fever wo aro pleased to say is now able to be up after a confinement to her bed of several weeks Miss Genso Brashear and tho Misses Anderson of Owensboro were the guests of Mr P 0 Brashear at the Ben Â¬ nett House Stephonsport for several days last week It was quite a charm Â¬ ing trio of young ladies and they had a most delightful time Miss Emma Mosely of Stephensport who recently graduated at the Hartford College with distinguished honors has been retained as a member of the fac- Â¬ ulty of that noted institution of learn- Â¬ ing for tho ensuing schcol year Sho will teach language and book keeking Quarterly Report of the Breckinridge Bank INCOarOHATED AT OLOVEHPOIIT At the close of buslnen June KY iSth These Goodsexclusively- i8 nnsouitcKs uverurnlti unweurej Due from National Hanks Due from State llanka and IJ67S45 Loans ami ill Kounti 9 3 AS 187789 JanKer Other Ileal Estate Mortgages SloKi anil Ilonils 577of 3 449 9 3 000 00 StWSrSr7wyTStfwtPJsai ccy SP l 291464 I15 000 00 8 76561 MURRAYS FRIENDS JUBILANT Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets Debts In Suit Protest Account J 766 61 a 00000 H7 S7 5936 9J 111 McCLURE ARRESTED His Report of Having Been Robbed Is Not Swallowed by Government Authorities Â¬ A few weeks ago we gave an account the Hardlnsburg postoflice having been robbed We also told a couple of weeks ago of the office changing hands and of a Fostoffiice Inspector being there investigating affaire He found that the money order department was short 439 27 This amount the bondsmen of The of F McClure tho postmaster had to make good McClures explanation was that while he was put with the boys helping to drink up a jug of brandy somobody rob- Â¬ bed the post office This did not seem to be swallowed by the Inspector for he last weok swore out a warrant lor Mc- Â¬ Clures arrest and Monday he was taken to louisville in the charge of Deputy United States MarÂ¬ shal Bullington charged with having misappropriated Government money He was taken before Commissioner Speed and released on a bonJ of 000 with Gus Richardson of Meade county now Collector Ben Johnsons head book- Â¬ keeper as his bondsmen His examin Â¬ ing trial was set for yesterday though we had not heard tho result before we went to press DROPPED A DEAD Bourbons to cry down and to disparage tho candidacy of any one save that of their dlssapointed leader Hon A B Montgomery The mere mention of the probability of ones offering to make tho race would be scoffed at and would re- Â¬ ceive tho most indifferent consideration But now how wonderfully changed they aro They are now anxious for a mul- Â¬ tiplicity of candidates Since they find they cannot have everything as they want It in this regard they want another candldato to weaken the strength of Murray in the counties of Nelson Bullitt and Washington This is no guess work for I know what I am talking about And since I am on this subject I guess I had as well tell the good people of Breckenrldge what the scheme of these great big astute politicians is It is this Induce some popular man from ono of the counties mentioned prefer Â¬ ably Nelson to formally announce himself declaring that he is in the race to stay till tho last day in the evening and this will so discourage Mi Murray that he will withdraw leaving tho field to Mr Montgomery and the other fellow Then be tho other fellow is to withdraw leaving an open field for Montgomery This is what they call politics No wonder that it has been declared that But this will not politics is hell avail I know for Murray is on to stay and the Bourbons had just as well pre Â¬ pare for a fight to a finish Besides this Euzadethtown Ky Juno 22 1804 Editor News Before tho announcement of David ft Murray for Congress in this district it was the policy of the Â¬ J 91 1 75 100 00 Window Shades A pZZ IIAIUMTIKS Capital Stocx paid In In cash aurpius r una Undivided Profits Due Depositors I13J gii Due State Banks and Hankers Fund to Pay Taxe 3S1 45 jjooooo jj 04 06 656941 135 S61 ft 04 3S1 06 111191275 State of Kentucky Countyof Breckinridge I An Sklllman cashier of the Breckenrldge Bank a bank located and doing business at No street in the cltv ot Clnvrnrt said county being duly sworn says that the lorcgomg report is in all respects a true state- Â¬ ment of the condition Of the Slid hinlc at Ihn close of business on the 18th day of June 1894 to the best of his knowledge and beliel- - and furth Â¬ er says that the busiuess of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not else Â¬ where and that the aboe report Is made In com pllance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating ih A r June 1SU4 as the day on which such report shall oe rnaue A n SKILIMAN Cashier K N DHuy J T Sklllman Directors W 1 1 Bowmer Subscribed and sworn to before me bv A 11 Sklllman the list day of June 1S94 CIIAS B SKILLMAN Notary Public i In beautiful colors JS39 With patent rollers and Fixtures for only - th M i s - Quarterly Report of the Bank of Hardinsburg INCOXrORATED jLJL 25 Cents at B F Beard AT IIAIIDIN8I1UHG At the close ol business June UESOUUCRS KY 18th 1S94 Little Colored Child of This City Saddesly Expires While Flaying son of Wesley Dent colored dropped dead while play- Â¬ ing at his home on Murray aveijuo last Thursday As to what caused the death is a mystery The little follow was in apparent good health and was as lively and cheerful as common He wis laugh Â¬ ing and playing when all at once he beÂ¬ gan coughing This continued for some time getting more severe till at last the child fell over exhausted His parents became frightened and sent for a doctor but tho child expired As blood before medical aid arrived was running from his mouth it is thought that he either died of a hemorrhage of the lungs or had bursted a blood vessel while coughing A little four-year-o- ld Tried may the standard blood purifier True well be said of the Superior Medicine AVERS SARSAPARILLA Its long record assures you that what has cured othors will cure you Xetiee Nolle to bsttby glraa that the unJertlgBt4 BsaakwrWge will wake etoUaeWoa to Jtly torn 1MJ to l4luf Area ft HariHotUirg sad UlWfclViroiitoMtaaWt Tatotaaf Roeky Braaafc to btfla at tbt wuUg of Otsat Cow 1st puMto rotii IH tail aad at la It ooraKoCAs 0 flUmooki f sM or hnmI ruatl at tbt J W aiaMOkv Otydo HUki Jobs W AMbiMM r TotJMjr J MomM jowm Uwr how they are managing things and who this third candidate is likely to be I give ymiverbatlra et literatim et punctuatim what the editor of the Hardin Independ- Â¬ ent which by the way is a Montgomery organ and whoso editorial I shall add show that it is a case of Jacobs voice and Esaus hands was pleased to publish in the last issue of his paper for the delect- Â¬ ation of its patient though startled readers It will no doubt be a surprise to many of our readers to learn that Hon E E McKay will likely enter the race for Congress in this district at an early date For several weeks past Mr McKay has received letters from prominent Democrats all over the district urging him to run They argue that he has been a bard worker in tho Democratic ranks for twenty years without receiv- Â¬ ing a singlo reward from tho State or Federal Government that this is a time when the party needs the sorvices of its ablest men and that now Is his timo to come to the front His friends and many of those who havo hitherto op- Â¬ posed himimdst that his ripe experience and emineut ability should now bo recogniied The above is furnished us by one of Mr McKays closest friends and is au- Â¬ thentic Sir McKay may bo considered a candidate and his entry in the race now will cause a readjustment of the lines of battle In tho upper end of the district Had the Independent been made to say that tho above is furnished us by one of Montgomerys closest friends the nail would have been hit more squarely on the head But the poor little thing is not responsible for many of its utterances as it Is In the hands of the Bourbons and will sneeze every timo they take snuff Requlescat in pace In all candor I wish to ask If anything can be plainer than that the Bourbons are scared and are like drowning men grabbing at straws If not why do they That they do want another candidate Is unquestionable and will not bo denied presume I shall write you apaln and again as the nee progresses Murrays army of friends here are eooident and jubilant aaddosot dream of defeat It is sot written auaosg the stars lor him to be CosaisfONDicNT defeated Sb MAaaa saAAai KUlaM afc A i ph mmh In order that your readers may know There a chile among ye UKn notei And faith hell pilnt em Leant and Discounts Overdrafts secured 108 473 20 J 178 83 10 137 46 Overdrafts unsecured- Una from National Banks Due from State Banks and Bankers Dna from Trust Compan Banking House and Lot Other Heal Estate 10 137 48 3 697 50 Mortgages Stocks and Bonds Specie Currenoy Kxohangti for Clearings Other Items cariied as cash 4 97S 00 -- 9 008 85 Cos HARDINSBURG KY Furniture and Fixtures Taxes Paid Currant Expenses Othtr Assets 1478 1 59 188 45 Surplui Fund 1IABIL1AIKS CaplUl Stock paid In In cash Undivided Profits Due Depositor Certified Checks lttO 869 11 137 035 88 25 000 00 8 473 49 3 693 08 100 869 11 ANOTHER STRIKE AT G XTSTOIT Now is the time to get bargains Wo want to begin closing out our Spring Goods If you want a Bargain come now Due National Banki Doe State Banks and Banker Due Trust Companies Cashlsrs Checks Outstanding Bills Rt dlscoonted Unpaid Dividends Taxes Dua and Unpaid Carpets We will sell Carpets Mattings 137 035 68 Carpets Other Lladllltlei State of Kentucky County of Breckenrldge M II Heard cashier of the Bank of Hardlns burg a bank located and doing business at No street in town of Hardlnsburir In said county being duly sworn says that the fore- Â¬ going report it In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bink at the close of buslnest on the iglh day of June 1S94 to the bet of hit knowledge and belief and further saya that the business of tald bank hat been trans Â¬ acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that tho above report It made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secre Â¬ tary ol State designating the 18th day of June iSj at the day on which tuch report shall be made M II I1KAUD Cashier Morris Kikrldgei O W Beard Directors S UK Beard- Subscribed and tworn to before mt by M II Btard the iSth day of June 1894 W K BABNKS Notary Public B C 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 Summer Dress Goods under regular prices We want your Chickens Eggs Butter Wool and every thing that farmers raise We want the people to know that we want their Wc are making some fine Tin Rooting Guttering Bucket Work etc Buckets now from the best Tin made We will make your Screen Doors and Windows and have them to order Come and sec us we are always in the fight with cheap Cheap Goods and we can accommodate you with what you need Now do not forget this we are the men and the place for Good Quality reasonable prices and prompt attention With thanks for your many favors and your much kindness we yours are TIN WORK l mH w rviraaiii an lsa 01a esiaoiuneu urocery iiobm or Louisville In Oraysaa Hardin Meade Hancock Hrccken ridge and Ohio counties in Kentucky and points on the Air Lint HR In Indiana Good salary to one with an established trade No other need OROCKHl7e6W MsloSt An experienced grocery nSTZBIF Ss Old Reliable Store KsGHIIN YAOAXT LOT GUSTON KY UwltlllKy Have Your Work Domb Right V J 1 I tfi nwiir The largest plonio of tbe season will be given at MeDtwUls June 30 I am now prepared to do Arst elau work at Uerd time prices la HiUkUj4g aa4 arlatUieUffc H you art going to have snV work la itiy Htie call a or addreet m at levtstglo Ky de wsVlstBnPVptSff or MAKIOM MAMtaUmML AUMurr acMiNutH CtsatfsrtKy ft