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J 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL fi XVIII SAM CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY There aru a nuinbrr of women editors in tho service hero at Washington Tho olllelal records of the war of tho rebellion are to a certain extent gotten up by women and in the Navy Department you find women who aro making maps and tracing rharts for our ships in differ ent parfs of the world and in the gov ernment printing ofilco thero arc women typesetters women stitchers and press Â¬ JULY 11 1894 NO 51 a K - if - FOR UNCLE About llio Government Employes at Washington and Who Thoy Aro High Salaried Placos in feeders V- - Evoryone lias heard of the pretty glils the Various of the treasury but you find beautiful Departments and tho Persons maidens in all of these government de Who Fill Them Â¬ DEPARTMENT ROMANCES 1 Do yon wnnt n government job Tho hours are t nsy The work is light Tlio pay is good Uncle Sam never scale Ms wages and yon Ret your money for the asking every fifteen days These big government fac- Â¬ tories nevsr shut down and the hard times do not affect them and the man who works for thu government can laugh at fate und tinances As to wages there is noiuestion about tho salary that is fixed by the govern ment and as long as you aro in Uncle Sams employ it can not be raised or low- Â¬ ered by the ollicials just above you Ev- Â¬ ery two woukH you go to tho pay ofilco of tho department in whinh you aro work ing and your money is handed over to you in crisp new greenbacks or some Â¬ times in gold If yon aro a gooVl man vour job is pretty suro to continue and a great number of these clerks havubeen in tho service for years some indeed have spent n lifetime there and there is one old clerk here who has been draw Â¬ ing a salary for sixty yeais from Uncle Hum There aro others who have work- Â¬ ed from forty to fifty years and the number who have been in from one to fouryearsrun well up intothe thousands The number who have been just ten years in the service is more than seven hundred and there are hundreds more who have been in from twelve to fifteen years A great many clerks have been twenty years or more in the service and the tenure of government oflico is by no menus as unceitaina3 is generally sup- Â¬ posed Tho surety of holding n position increases every year nud the civil ser vice rules aro being so extended that on- Â¬ ly tho chiefs will finally bo dismissed at the close of an administration Â¬ SALARIES t P v 1 I f- - As to salaries in proportion to tho nmount of work done and its character they are as high as any laborers of tho world Unite Sams factories aro run on a big salary basis and tho classified ser vice get as a rule from 900 to 1600 a year Tho chiefs get 2000 and upward and there aro fnt places in uearly eyery department which comand 11000 K000 and 5000 Tho department of Justice for instance has three offices which bring between 4000 and o000 and tho assistant attorney generals each receive as much as a Congressman In the de- Â¬ partment of Agriculture there are a num Â¬ ber of good 2000 places The Tost Office Department has many high salaried places and there aro a number of soft spots connected with tho wliito Ilquso The best positions in point of certainty of tenure are those connected witli tho State War and Navy departments The clerks of tho Statu Department are rather aristocrats than otherwise They gener- Â¬ ally know one or two languages and when it is necessary to shelve them they aro sometimes sent to consulships on tho other side of the world The treasury has numerous changes It contains over 4000 employes and of those 1000 are women WOMEN CIEHK8 partments Secretary Smith directs tho handiwork of 1500 girlsand Col Lnmont lias a company of 114 aniazons in his Department of War Postmaster Gen- Â¬ eral Ulssell has hundreds of maidens under him and in the government printing office there are more than 1000 women Many of these como of the best Not a few are families of tho country tho daughtersof noted generals gover ernors of states Senators and Kepresen tatives and now and then you find a rel- Â¬ ative of a President or n cabinet minis- Â¬ ter Tho majority of them are women of good education and with but few ex- Â¬ ceptions they aru educated and refined ladies They receive salaries ranging from 720 to 1800 a year and n largo number of them support families Many of them aro widows not a few aro old maids and thousands aro sweet mar- Â¬ riageable young women who have too much sense to change a sure living mi- Â¬ ller Undo Sam to n prospective one in company with mimi man Thu best of them are however open to cngagemauts and not a few of the most notable marriages of Washing ton in tho past have been in connection with government clerks Attorney Gen eral Crewster who had tho ugliest face which ever entered a government depart Â¬ ment at Washington got his wife whoso features were Venus like in their beauty in a government department here She was the daughter of Robert J Walker a former Secretary of thu Treasury and as she sat at her desk ono day in the Treas- Â¬ ury Department tho future Attorney General walked through tho room She made some remark about his homeliness I do not know whether Brewster over- Â¬ heard it or not but ho saw her nud with him it was a caso of love at first sight He sought an introduction and shortly afterward offered her his hand and his wealth and his namo for herself nud her children It is said that he proposed to Iter in words something liko this My dear you are beautiful and I am hideous but if you will marry me it wilt not be the first instance of the mat Â¬ ing of beauty and tho beast and I assure you you will never regret marrying me His proposition was accepted and tbo next time Mrs Brewster came to Wash ington it was as the wife of tho Attorney Genoral of tho United States Stephen A Douglas got his wife in ono of tho departments of Washington and you all remember what a talk there was about Secretary Bayard hud Mies Markoe dur- Â¬ ing the time that Bayard was at tho head of tho State Department g Â¬ limit jr fixed It ispeldnm that a rlerk becomes a cabinet minister though cases of this kind havo been known in tho past Horatio King went into the Post Olllre Department as n derk at 1000 a year and ho noted as Postmaster General under James Buchanan There aro assistant secretaries in the depatt incuts who hnvo been clerks but tho majority of the men who go into tho great mills of Uncle Sam aro ground be Â¬ tween the upper and nether mill stone and Boon become as far as energy push anil ambitious work is concerned inani mate powder You havH all heard the story of how Salmon P Choso once came to Ids uncle who was then in tho United States Senate nnd asked for a government job His undo told him ho would give him n dollar to buy an nx or a spade but that liu would not nid him in digging ills own grave in ono of Undo Sams official cem Â¬ eteries Postmaster General llissell told mo not long ago that ho did not consider the government departments a good place for young men and thero is no doubt but that an enterprising energetic young fellow had bettor keep away from the government service Tho hours are short and all the tendencies aro to Â¬ Â¬ H You Have Scrofula Sores Boils or any other skin disease take laziness nnd A man has to havo very positive qualities in order not to be turned into a machine and all the tendencies are to extravagan- Â¬ cies in living Washington is a city of i ich young men nnd a phico in which nenrly every man lives up to Ids income It is n city containing many installment houses nnd I know of society women as well as government clerks who buy tho dresses which they wear at our fashion able receptions on installments and who have not always paid for them by the time they are nearly worn out Tho business houses of Washington expect people to run bills and they have their settlements just after the government pay days at the 15th or tho last of the month Comparatively few of the gov Â¬ ernment clerks save money and only the fewest try to make any money out of that which they do save FltANK G OAItr KNTER In The Evening Star It must have been very gratifying to tho proprietors of Ayers Sarenparilla when tho Worlds Fair opened to learn that their popular blood purifier was tho only preparation of the kind admitted at the Fair Yet such was tho fact Out of nil the many blood medicines adver- Â¬ tised so largely in America Ayers was tho only Snrsaparilla allowed to be placed on exhibition KENTUCKY FISH LAW An Act For the Protection of Food Fishes in Certain Waters in the State of Kentucky Bo it enacted by tho General Assem Â¬ bly of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky Sec 1 That it shall bo unlawful lor any person or persons to catch or destroy fish ill any of tho running waters lakes or ponds other than private ponds of this Stato by means of a seine net other than a dip net drag or trap ex Â¬ cept streams forming the boundary lino between this and other States Any ono thus olTending shall on conviction bo fined in a sum not less than twenty five dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each ofiunso and cost of prosecution Sec U That any person or persons who shall place or causa to bo placed in any of tho running waters designated in section ono any drug injurious sub Â¬ stance medicated bait or any dynamite or other explosive ngent with intent to injure poison or catch fish shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars for each offense and cpst of prosecution Sec 3 That sixty per centum of all the flues collected for violations of tho provisions of this act shall bo paid into tho treasury of tho county in which such fines aro Imposed tho remainiug forty per centum to bo paid ta tho civil officer securing tho npprehcnslon and convic- Â¬ tion Sec 4 That the circuit courU of the respective counties of tho State wherein any of the offenses heroin enumerated are committed shall havo oxclusive jurisdiction to indict try and punish such offenders Sec 5 That it shall bo tho duty of the judge in all circuit courts of tho respective counties of this Stato to give this act specially in charge to each grand Jury of said court Sec 0 That this act shall not bo con strued to prevent aoy person from using minnow seines less than ten feet In length and four in depth to catch min Â¬ nows for bait or trotllnes or polo and line to catch fish Seo 7 That acta or parts of acts heretofore passed in conflict with this act are hereby repealed Sec 8 Whereas tho fish In tho streams of this State art being constantly killed by drugs and by dynamite and othor explosives an emergency is deÂ¬ clared to exist and this act shall take eflojt when signed by the Governor Approved Murcli 10 1804 Â¬ fclff r 3by And just hero I want to say a word about these women clerks of Washington They aro tho brightest and ablest persona In the service They do their work coh tinously and some of tho most efficient of Undo Sams employes aro females Thero aro two men to ovdry woman Jn the departments and the number of wo Â¬ men all told amounts to less than 7000 These women are of all ages from eigh Â¬ teen to eighty and there is by tho way one clerk in the Treasury Department who has now readied ninety yean Thero are many women over sixty and hundreds of young sweet maidens of twenty five These wemon do all sorts Starting in as counters in the of work treasury about a generation ago they have extended their work to all sorts of clerkships and they now pass upon ques Â¬ tions of law examine patents translate foreign language and do every thing Some of tho expert under the sun eounters of the government are women and several of the very best bookkeep- Â¬ ers of the treaBury wear petticoatWoman aro very fast making their way as typewriters nnd stenographers and tha chief trouble to tho outside omployor f labor lieie at Washington is that as booh as ho trains a women thoroughly Into his work as typewriter or etenogm- jhw she makes an application to Uncle Stun and gets a place at a higher salary I have had h one of tho departments this experience happen to me u half down times and I have como to look upon my office here as a kind of training eehool for tho government service In ha dead letter office the most expert translators of bad writing are women awl It would surprise you to know that tiii Treasury Department has a woman lawyer who prepares the briefa for interÂ¬ val reveuue matters and who oould make more ouUiile pf the bv nraAllolair law than alia Acting Hihw ukrk wHfcia it - that there are not more marriages among tho clerks Young men and young women of marriageable age work aide by side in the departments They conio inf contact with each oilier hourly and sometimes fall in love with ono another lint iiol often In tho bu- Â¬ reau of engraving and printing where tho money is made thero is one man and ono woman at every printing press and there is no separation of the sexes There areI bclevemoro platonlc friend Â¬ ships here among young men and young women than you will find anywhere else in the country nnd cases have been Snovvh wherocouples have married and Kept their marriages a secret for years In odpr toav0idtho rulo thai a husband and wife shall not bo employed at the same time in tho civil service at Wash- Â¬ ington Many such cases have been foundqut and the recent investigation of the congressional committee will probablyiead tosomo changes in this respect According to its roport thero were last fall twenty four husbands and wives drawing salerles from Uncle Sam which tho husbands and wives who ore out of work and have no job at all think is decidedly unfair Ono clerk tells mo that tho big men of tho department havo thu softest places and tho most money while tho poorly paid clerks do the work Thero is no doubt that many a 1000 clerk docs the same woijc for which another clerk is paid 1200 and 1400 and niany a wo Â¬ man at 000 is doing thoroughly work which a 1400 man is half doing at her side Still 1000 is pretty good pay and the chief objection to these government positions is that tho employes havo little chance to rise Thoy may get up to 1400 1000 and perhaps 1800 a year but tholr chances are small and the It is a wonder 1lATONIC KHIKNDSIIllS Srl5lflnrn JOT Thexirt Comnltltlii Dltnuiud all of Dr Picrcon rleawiiit Pel Â¬ let with a siiimr coatlm which V TH U urrouniU their concentrated veco- aTTfi blo extracts You do not get tbo tiiito Tills means more than com fort The ofTemdvu totte of oil or of bitter pill U apt to upct digestion Tbeso Pollute Ltlp dlgwtlon Thoyro tiny bonce wully inrallowud TUeyro easy in action and after tulnsr them you fuel well Instead of lllllous and Constipated f your Hick Uepilacbe Dlszl sen aU liuligMHon are gone Oood sature belouaa to an active llrer ir- Â¬ ritability to a morbid liver Take Pleasant Pellet feat you way cultivate good nature tuuwliuet and IwhUu Tiieyre tiiefclieapett pill you can bay be evefunrantfl to five MtbfaettoH or yottr taoaey i returned n a permanent purt that yea get with a uetarrtt Jtemetty rae inawira reward for aw tiraldn arc WU KKNTtfCKY UAMK LAW AN ACT TO lltOTRCTQAUBANDBMALLUtllDa Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of ICentueky Sec 1 It shall be unlawful for any person within this State to catch kill or 5jli i i i puraue with such intent any busk doe Pairing Pawrfar Dr Prtoaa Wm4ntJi Paif HftahMt MsJtt m4 WftlMM Crr any game mentioned herein unlawfully in their possession or offering tho samo DONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS for salo during any of tho periods during the Superior the pnocrrEn a gamble co cinti which the killing of such game is pro- Â¬ Blood Purifier hibited And any officer whoso duty bo nnd Spring Medicino to enforce the provisions of this chapter Cures others who shall fall or refuse upon sufficient information to dlschargo the duties im posed upon him by this chapter shall bo held guilty of misfeasance in office and WE ARE shall on conviction thereof bo punish- Â¬ or fawn or havo tho same in possession ed by fine not less than twenty nor more SOLE AGENTS nftcr it lias been caught or killed be Â¬ than fifty dollars for each olfonse Any tween tho first day of March and the act conflicting or inconsistent with this in this county first day of September in each year act or amendment is hereby repealed FOR THE SALE Sec 2 No person shall catch kill or Approved February 27 1S94 pursue with such intent or havo tho OF THE Miss Kula Miller has been the guest of same in possession nftcr it has been caught or killed any black gray or fox her friend Miss Bonn Shacklett for the squirrel between tho first day of Feb- past two weeks Her fascinating man Â¬ ruary and tho fifteenth dny of June in ners havo so added to society that it each yean Provided Gray squirrels may rendered her departure for her home at Ilardlusburg last Friday a genuine oc Â¬ be killed for protection of crops casion of regret Sec II Xo person Bliall catch or kill or pursue with such intent or have the HONEY LOCUST same in possession after it has been caught or killed any wild goose wood Tho fanners in this iielglihorheovl aro duck teal or other wild duck Ixitweeu tho first day of April and tho fifteenth about done cutting wheat noxcelled Recommond- T Wo lmvo had a good rain hero this dny of August in cacli year S S lh1 X IeftJK physi- Sec 4 No person shall catch kill or week and crops aro looking well wt cinn8 pursuo with such intent or have tho Miss Letitia Fry mi re of Jpdcsville is samo in possession after it has been visiting her sister Mrs Joo Dean this caught or killed any wild turkoy be- Â¬ week tween the first day of February and the Soveral of tho young folks of this Wholesale and Iletall Dmirgltu C X first day of September in cacli year neighborhood attended the quarterly St BRANDENBUJUJ KY Sec 5 No person shall catch kill or meeting at Sandy Creek church last Sun Â¬ pursue with such intent or have the day same in their possession after it has been Mr and Mrs Jno Galloway whocamo caught or killed any woodcock between tho first day of February nnd the twen Â¬ down to Mr Galloways to meet Mr nud Mrs Redman returned to their homo tieth day of Juno in each year Sec 0 No person Bhall catch kill or near Irvlngton yesterday Mr and Mrs Wm Redman of near pursuo with such intent or havo the Hard time party fall in rank with tho same in possession after it has been Gallatin Tenn are at tho home of Mrs Bedmonds parents Mr and Mrs Wm Good timo party marching to tho caught or killed any quail partridge or pheasant between tho first day of Jan- S Gnllowny for a few days visit I UJliSH uary and tho fifteenth day of November iu each year That Jim nnd Oscar nre rivals at tho Sec 7 No person shall catch kill or doctors pursue with such intent or have iu pos-Â¬ That two of our neighbor boys liko to session after it has been caught or killed tako ovening rides but say its too much any dove between tho first dap of Feb Â¬ of n good thing to ride from Sklllman Goods Sold ruary and tho first day of August in station after the train goes down each year cut prico 3c I lot Remnants of Printe sold for i5 and Cc Sec 8 No person shall nt any time cut price 3 Jc ELECTB0F0ISE Lawn desirablo patterns sold for G and 7Jc catch kill or pursuo with such intent 10 pieces Flanenletts sold for 15c cut price 10 o Two Months Bent 500 or havo in their possession after tho same cut prico 5 c Ladles Vests sold for 15c will A limited number of instruments has been caught or killed any thrush cut price 24 c y Gents Nainsook Undershirts sold for 40c bo rented at this nomial price simply as meadow lark finch martin swallow cut prico 10 q Gents Not Undershirts sold for 15c afford You can not wood pecker flicker oriole red bird an advertisement cut pricoIW c Gents No 1 Unlaundred White Shirts sold for JOo tanager cat bird blue bird or other song to misd this opportunity it has never 1 lot Organdy Lawns sold for 1 Mo cut price Jo will not last long or insectivorous bird except where the been made before and yoselle Suitings sold for 15c cut prico 7Je Address same shall be destructive to tho fruit or See advertisement elsewhere cut price 03 c Gents Tourist Hat sold for 150 DuBois Louisville Ky Wobb grain crops 1 big lot of now nnd desirablo OAllVKTS at a big reduction Sec 0 No person shall at any time Remember the July Clearing Sale Professional Nursingcatch kill or tako by means of net trap It lias long ago ceased to bo an exper- Â¬ In possession nfter box or snare or have having been so caught killed or taken iment or a question as to tho necessity for tho employment of well trained and any quail partridge or pheasant Sec 10 No person shall rob or de Â¬ qualified nurses in the care of tho sick The physician often feels that the life stroy tho nest or eggs of any wild bird CO GEO YUAKBL whatsoever save only thoso of a preda- Â¬ of his patient depends upon tho nursing tory nature and destructive of other and ho too often knows that in tho vast BRANDENBURG KY majority of instances they aro in tho birds or fowls Sec 11 guilty of violat Â¬ hands of persons who are ignorant and Any person ing any of tho provisions of either of tho totally unfit for the position and who J C BOURNE DANIEL BROOKS J M HARPER preceding sections shall bo fined for each are oftentimes disinterested A nureo should first of all bo a lady offense not less than five nor more than sho should bavo superior mental and twonty flvo dollars Â¬ CO BOURNE BROOKS Sec Id Tho possession of any of tho bodily strength kindness patience firmanimals or birds intended to bo protected ness and intercstedness That Miss Annio Lamarof Grandviow by tiiis law within tho periods for which killing or pursuit is hereby prohib- Â¬ Ind is all that ono can wish in these their ited shall be prima acid evidonco that respects and that sho has lately been a tho said animal or bird was unlawfully most valuable assistant in the caro of CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP caught or killed and tho possession Hev Edlnboro of Tobinsport Ind wo gladly and unhesitatingly affirm to any thereof unlawful Â¬ LOUISVILI F KYf Sec 13 Any person exposing for sale who wish the skilled service of a pro- BOURBON STOCK YARDS any of the animals or bin Is intended to fessional nurse J T Owkn bo protected by this law within the peri Â¬ TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTA A Simons ods for which tho taking or killing BOWLING GREEN SOUTHERN thereof is hereby prohibited shall for BUCH FORK each animal or bird so exposed for sale Business College School Crops nnd gardens aro looking well bo subject to tho same penalty as heroin IN 1078 ESTABLISHED provided for tho unlawful killing or of John K Little Halmon the son taking of such animal or bird BOWLINQ Brickoy is very sick at tills writing GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE I SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL Tho Heat Dullness Training School of the South I Kngllih Miss Ruby Ilyon is employed to teach Tcacheri Scientific an J Chislc Sec 14 The unlawful killing catch- Â¬ Dook Keeplnj Short hand Telegraphy Type I Courses Music Ait and Elocution provided ing or possession of each and every one tho Buch Fork school Writing and Penmanship Pupils can enter at I or Low rates of board and tuition Send lor catalogue Wheat harvest Is over in this section any nine aenu lor catalogue of tho animals or birds intended to bo OHERRT BROS Proprs Bowling Oroen Xj Address EVMastlon Courts desired tho yield is exceedingly good protected by this law shall constitute a ane separate and distinct offense and shall mi m and two or bo punished accordingly RATES The most centrally located more offenses may bo joined in the same warrant or indictment therefor and tho person so offending if convicted Bhall be fined for eacii ofiense and fifty per centum of said fine shall bo paldo the informer thhm Sec 15 Any county judge justice of NEATS the peuco or police or other magistrate upon receiving sufficient proof by affidavits that any of tho provisions of this chapter havo been violated by any J BEST BLOOD PTJXIFTKK person being temporarily withjn his IN Till WORUI jurisdiction but not residing therein permanently or by any person whose Compounded of natures great namo or residence is unknownis hereby eit curative herbi Succeuful for authorised and requited to issue his 20 years In the cure of all diseases warrant for the arrest of such person arising from impure blood Ask and cause him to be held to ball to for Neats and take no other answer tho charges against him and any such justico or magistrate upon re- Â¬ ceiving proof or having reasonable Xeata nWaaparllk k tot sale by grounds to believe that any game men nsHEft Druggist Honed in this chapter is concealed dur Â¬ Clv erpart Ky ing any of the periods for which the poaseaaion thereof is prohibited shall IFXKDY fc issue his iwaroh warrant aru came search to be made in any house tnarket luH f M fret naamsT Iwat box paakage ear or ether place ur nkuwiu ImN aad shall eauae the arreat and trial of i V Ik any person in whose poaowaclon wch CbSVCASSiL -- CTTVlituV JMM ta found Itaiee AVERS SARSAPARILLA Sec 10 It is hereby made the duty of tho several mayors of tho several cities and towns within the Common wealth to require their respective police or constabulary farce and it is hereby made their duty as well as the duty of all market masters or clerks of markets of any cities or towns to dillgeLtly search out and arrest or havo arrested as for a misdemeanor all persons violating tho provisions of this chapter by having Â¬ maMfOAP 99o i U SPURE gp will cure you Â¬ if l Jfi gjK jj vjy SSr a i Syif t I lt t 4 Â¬ I it A Q X5Sv Vs Sob Jcj lr W NE3YITT l Qualiy and Puriy I P g ottgkh jjr Dont Join Kellys Â¬ July Clearing Sale at Kelly Prices Great Bargain Store HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock omcai oiial BEATS BEATS Alilt Â¬ SARSAPARILLA J0SilwI8YLLEKY ar - Try BabtatfsOc Shift ir err lBlxVrtoVYir mm HsUMVJ I r - Whrp i mniM mi iinminiwMi fefijjjv f r 1rfiTijgi Oft JTitta sw T y fla WWWWQWTWfrr KLV HIM 2 Breckenridge Joe Si THH BRROKHNRIDGm V r NW3 OLOYHEPORT THEY LOVE Hon David in R News ud Proprittri 4 1894 T 0 Bibbige Editors The noxt Issue of tho Nrws ends its eighteenth volume a year Thk lluuKKNHinou NKwsnt is cheaper than wheut at 43 cents a bush el 1 hArdinsburqI C H VI 3s bBbbbWbbbbbbbssssssssssssssssI MHHMHMHMlHaMMIHBPVMIViV I H WEDNESDAY JULY 4 TIME TABLE OlMNO VIST W UlllXO KAST Â¬ Iaiitnger Dally arr lUrdlniburg 1211 pm IUMeotcr run trK was ten onlork when tho company Tlie were seated for refreshments rooms were tastefully decorattd with ferns and iliwcrfl and the refreshments set ved were BUfllcleiit iu both quantity Jit coNiJithSN are authorlted totnnannceAn MONT- UUMKKV lit candidate for CongrrM tubjcct to the action of the Democratic Party In the Primary hltctlon to lie held on the 4th day of Angutt 1S94 A1TK are atithnritrd to announce DAVID It ItreckenrldKe county an n candidate for CongrcM mbject to the action ot the Democratic Tarty In the Primary Klcctlon MUllltAnr to beheld on the alb day ofAiiRuil Tins is July fcoo your label nnd i it reads July 01 it shows that your tlmo has expired 1leaso renew at once - That taritr bill that went through the Senate last week was sort of ft tlog fall Jor Democrats Rut wo had better tnko a half a loaf than no bread Dave Murray has a chanco to win in his race for Congress if his own county people stand up to him Breckenridge county should give liim n solid vote of Bradstreets has been investigating failures and finds that about 80 per cent of the business houses that go to tho wall are those that do not A btudknt advdrtise The County Sunday School Conven- Â¬ tion which meets at Irvington next Friday will no doubt bo largely attended Tlie good people around thero will throw open their doors and thclrdinucr baskets to all comers for one day and make them feel at homo Â¬ What the Democrats of Breckenridgo county need is a good old fashioned re- Â¬ vival They w ant to get near enough together to shako hands all around and send up a shout for Democracy Repub licaus aro relying on our dissentions to pull them through in November A united Democracy can win easily Â¬ colIs tho umn of tho Courier Journal it is said that letters written from the Fourth Con- Â¬ gressional District conveyed tho infor- Â¬ mation and prediction that Hon David R Murray will carry Green Taylor Marion Washington Laltue Brecken Â¬ ridge and Ora son counties by varying majorities Â¬ Countkv coplo dont know anything about hard times Strikes and labor riots dont bother them They go right along plowing their com hoeing their tobacco and cutting their wheatand havo no thought of tho hard times We have never entered a country homo yet where thero was not plenty to eat and that of the very best Country people dont know how well off they are Hon M C Lisle representative in Congress from tho Tenth Kentucky Dis-Â¬ trict died at his homo in Winchester hut Saturday tho 7th inst Mr Lisle was tho youngest Kentucky Congress- Â¬ man being not yet thirty two years of age He was an accomplished gentle- Â¬ man loved and respected by all who knew him and his death is greatly mourueU by his constituency and his as- sociates at Washington Tiieiie isnt enough enthusiasm hero at home for Dave Murray His friends in the upper end of the district are work- Â¬ ing like beavers for him They are or- Â¬ ganizing clubs wearing badges anil holding meetings in his interest If his friends hero at homo want him to have tho nomination they must exert a little more activity for him Get out the voto Every man to tho polls is what ho wants and what it will take to elect him Mur- ray men get a move on you Â¬ Tim Asphalt mines near Garfield aro now turning out from 80 to 100 tons of asphalt daily Major Marshal Morris who is iu charge of the work said to the News a few days ago that his asphalt had been given a thorough test in New York and was proving entirely satisfactory Some of it had been down on tho streets of Buffalo for four years and was as good now as when it first went down Tiie hills around Garfield are full of tho min- Â¬ eral and it is being worked to an advan Â¬ tage About one hundred hands are on the pay roll Juimjk Milton Board is making a good active canvass for County Attorney Ho never misses a public gathering 110 mat- Â¬ ter how hot it gets nor what distanco ho has to travel He is always on hand and as active iu his movements as some w ho are younger in tho light In all of his career as County Attorney tho Judgo has seldom ever missed a call upon him requiring his ofllcial services and has been found faithful to ovory duty intrusted to him Being so well acquainted with the duties a County Attorney is required to perform it is almost certain the people w ill continue him iu his present position another term Â¬ County Court next Monday How aro you Squire Robeitson Chicago Dr Milton Hoard Is on the sick lint Both of our banks nro in good shape MIhs Katie Bushy Is visiting at Web and dcclaro their regular semi annual ster dividend of 4 per cent Miss Carrie Bushy is visiting ul Union Star You can buy Georgia watermelons Miss Lllllu Cooper is visiting hero this down in Georgia three for a nickel week Gosh wouldnt wo like to bo down there Mr Jau cs Moorman of Rock Yale was iu town last Friday Hov 1 R Murray will speak at Mrs Jackson of CloverjKirt Is visiting Shcpherdsvillo uext Saturday tho 14th Mrs Nannie Sherman an I at Vino Grove on Monday tho lUtli Mrs Graham of Preston eamo hero Get 011 top In your business Do it by Saturday to attend tho iNorinal advertising Keeping everlastingly at it Robt Popliatu hat ten ocres of tho in good times and iu dull times is the finest oats In tlie Custer country wa to reach tho top Miss Mary McMeadors returned to her home iu Big Spring last Saturday Oun Elizrbcthtown correspondent is Mrslt P Shacklett went to Meade worth reading Ho keeps on to the relatives movements of tho enemy and headn county last Friday to visit Miss Lucy May daughter of Mr Rich Â¬ them off at every corner ard May has been sick for soverid days No man ever went out from homo with Dont foreet that you can get hot a more universal support of his home bread every day at noon at the City people than does Dave Murray Ho will Bakery carry Breckenridgo county by a larger Kayo A Carter are Belling out nt cost majority than it was ever carried before Tley will leave hero ou tlie 15th of August The girls over at McDaniels say that Messrs Rosco and Beruo Severs came Judge Board is one of tho cutest old men up from Henderson and spent the and can say more cute things than any Fourth here of tho candidates The Judgo has some Mr Wathen McGary and family who cuto old ways about him and getting returned homo around with tho girls and the babies have been visiting here last Thursday comes just as natural to him as holding Squire Lum Bhck came in last Friday tho ofllce of County Attorney and entered as Administrator of tlie es Â¬ CoNonEssMAN Montgomery has been tate of Jolly Meador Mr Hilary McGary took his daughter called to Washington by Speaker Crisp to take a position on the Conference Miss Jennie to Louisville lat week to Committee that is to pow wow over the have her eyes treated battle scared Wilson bill as it appears Miss Jakfi Owen of Glendeane and since it has run the gauntlet of the Miss Luella Baker of Hawesville are United States Senate And last Satur- Â¬ visiting Miss Alice Baker day the Louisville lost in a half column We dont shout unless weve some Â¬ editorial drew the attention of the peo- thing wortli making noise about T C ple to this fact nnd tried to leave the imLouis A Co your jewelers pression that if it wtro not fur Alex this Brass and string music and prominent country would take a toboggan slido for speakers are among tho attractions at perdition This is all very good oliical July J8 scheming on the part of Speaker Crisp Elders spring Saturday I Withers leaves next Mrs Thomas Mr Montgomery the lost and others but tho people fully understand their week to upend the remainder of tlie sumtricks in trade Of course tho Post has mer witli her mother In Virginia Mrs John Hunter came upfroin Glen but a small circulation in the Fourth Congressional District but mark our deaue last Friday and entered as Adminwords it is the intention that every istrator of her husbands estate Montgomery paper ir the district shall Hurrah for everybody A great senSuch sation copy that editorial this week Pyramids of bargains at the scheming would probably havo some jowelery store of T C Lewis A Co effect if the people were too ignorant to A good many people buy their jewelry know that Mr Montgomery has already of us and a great many more would be let tho opportunity slip wherein lie richer by doing so T C Lewis A Co might havo been instrumental in help Mr Henry R Dean has resighed as ing to mako a Democratic tariff bill the law of the land Last spring was Mr Magistrate iu tlie Roek Yale precinct Montgomerys golden opportunity He andVr R G Robertson appointed to then as a prominent member of the fill tho vacancy Ways and Means Committee had the Mrs Sallio Hensley died at her home Mrs Hensley was chance and the power more than any here last Monday ordinary Congressman to see that the far advanced in years and had been sick people of the land had a tariff law passed for some time In accordance with tho Democratic prin Â¬ County Judge Thomas Adklsson and ciples they voted for But what did we wife gave a birthday dinner lost Friday get A measure that is denounced by Those present were R S Skillman and truo Democrats all over the land as a wife Judge Milton Board and wife and Republican protection measure It is Mr Elijah Board too late to try to rectify tho mistake Miss Mary Allen opened her Kinder- Â¬ now in a Conference Committee that garten school hero laBt Monday There can not possibly make any material wete some fifteen or tweuty of the little change that would bo accepted by the Senate barons It does not satisfy to say folks present and everything indicates that it will be a success It is a step in the right direction What tho people wanted was the thing Mr James Miller sent in Ids resigna- Â¬ Itself while we had a majority in both tion as County superintendent of schools houses If tliis majority tlout see fit to last Friday and Judgo Adkissoti appointpuss such a law it is no fault of the prined Mr Richard Adkisson to fill out his ciples of Democracy but of Democrats wliomwo sent there to legislate Tlie term Mr Millers term would havo only remedy is send Democrats to Con- Â¬ expired about the first of August gress who will pass Democratic laws Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ like something worsy than a cyclone had struck Chicago loor old It looks tllr nrr Ilarittnahnrr 7 4D a in and variety uud it seemtd that every auxiliary luvd bet n lidded for the pleas ure nnd comfort of the entire company SETTIE Illicit Murray Has Friends Counllas jewfiwariv 435S3 3S4s s3s B3r3sst3 KP4Sa33i a Cp3bi3s psaSM33 UxSZk teQj-S-fc U fc43 - W Sf I h Â¬ Upper Meade and Hardin AmitNTI Owing to the diath of ourpititner Mr Meador wo are rjmpelled to ask all who nro Indebted to the firm nf Witt A Meador to route In mid settle right ft way as I will have to collect by law all falling to do this Wheat or product of any kind taken in payment of accounts or fur goods Very Truly v We Advertlso no halts they aro misleading Wo believe in plain limlne n nTethods to give each mid every patron tqiial value 11 Montgomery Could Raiso No Old at Stlthton His Stir Strong Hold on tho Fourth WANT m Hill thru itiifi v W Ay V JMM U JT J A Witt MURRAY TO COME KIWORTH LEAGUE NOTES Cool refreshing water lino music a good dinner and lots of pretty girls will greet you at Elders Spring Saturday July i8 Hows Thil Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any cuso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Co Toledo 0 F J Chenev We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and be Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus iness transactions and financially nblo to carry out any obligations made by their firm Â¬ The Vesper Sorvico on Sunday after- Â¬ noon was conducted by the 1st Vice Presldedt Miss Anna Gardner Miss Lizzie Smith read tho comments on the lesson from the Epworth Herald Miss Gardiner conducted the bible reading which was participated in by all present The 3rd Vice President has arranged an interested program for tho 4th Tues-Â¬ day It Is a symposium of authors participated in by ail of tho members of tho League WestA Tiiuav Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Waiiuno Kinnan Mah viv Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Testi monials sent free lricu 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists OFF THE It would be well for tho vlco president of each department to consult with their assistants and arrange a plan of work now for August Dont fall to bring the report to tho next business meeting Tho social staff has arranged an Inter Â¬ esting program of music as one feature of the evenings ntertainment on next Tuesday AT Mil Â¬ AM MltS C I TRACX IIKAltUs E v Tin merchants of Mooloyvillo aro tho most depressed set of fellows you over saw They say tho failure of tho fruit crop up there has knocked tho bottom out of business completely They talk of moving out Our experience ia mov- Â¬ ing around over tho county is that tho merchants as u general rulu nil tell tho same story It ia truo times aro dull hut they arc no worse in one section than another This continuous cry of hard times makes us tired Times aro jtiBt what you make them It a mer- Â¬ chant sits down on an old greasy nail keg and crys hard times to every fellow that comes hi you may bet your life therell always bo hard times in that store Wo Bay to the merchants and everybody get out of your old hard time talk Say something ubout tho good crops which you see all aroundand dry up such nonsense and our word or It times will get better Get a move on yourselves and the times will move with you Times aro getting better every day ami with the crop prospects before us theyll be better than we ever knew tlteiH McKay Announces That He No Longer a Candidate for Congress It Baiiimtown Kv July 5 1891 To the Democratic voters of thu 4th Congress Â¬ ional District Tho limited time for a canvats tho partly covered condition of tho field and my Inability to meet re- Â¬ quired pecuniary conditions of the primary impel my withdrawal I am also iiuwllllngto enter a canvass already bo characterized by personal antagonism and into which thero has been injected unjust and improper motives of candidacy of which timo will not permit a refutation I am sorry that Tho times aro revolutionary and per- Â¬ ilous for party and people Harmony and unity of action is demanded Fealty to party and principle ability and com Â¬ petency should alone be the teats In the choice of our public servants I should havo loved to serve you my fellow Democrats but I am no longer in tho contest Thanking my friends for their support and happy that I am free from any entanglements or roughness with my opponents la the race I tip my hat to them and In the lingo of the ring tay And may the boat man win Very Respectfully E E MoKav it is so The most enjoyable event ot tho sea Â¬ son was tho Fern Luncheon given last Friday evening by Mr and Mrs C J Beard in honor of their guest Miss Minnie Heading Tho youth and beauty of tho town were prtspnt ami Mr and Mrs Beard had provided everything for tho occasion that was calculated to add to the pleasure and enjoyment of all It may be doubted whether thero bos been for a long timo at least n more elegant affair of tho kind here The invitations seemed to havo all been acÂ¬ cepted for from 8 until 1 oclock the house and premises were filled with a gay company The lawn surrounding Mr Beards premises and the walks leading to bis heme were all deeeratedtwith Chinese lanterns and the effect was most pleasÂ¬ ing The lavyn is probably one of the prettiest in the place and it was here that the young folks passed the inoet of tJielr time Hammocks a number of easy chair sad iiBjneroua rugs were seattered about under the trees and this aided much to render the situation a meet pleasant one In the south end of the lawn Mr Beard hUisflH had con Â¬ structed a rustic bridge that attracted much attention MuMIUClll Mkadb Countv Kv Recommended by eminent July i lbtL To the Editor ok the Many of tho vo- Â¬ Uiikckeniuixib News ters of Muldraugh and vicinity nro for Hon David It Murray for Cong ess BRANDENBURG Many of tho good citizens of this part of tlie country moved hero during tho Mr and Mrs J L Mnlin havo return past few years from Breckenridge county ed home and to havo known David R Murray Mrs Weldou Barnetts children are was to lovo him and that we do and are with her for him for Congress The supper by Baptist Missionaiy la- Â¬ Mr Montgomery delivered a short ad dies was a success dress on tho Fourth at Stlthton and al Tim McAullffe of Louisville spent through thu crowd which listened to him the Fourth at home could bo heard expressions favorable to Father llerbulh hadservicts last Fri Â¬ Mr Mil i ray This Is extremely gratify ing because of the fact that Stlthton and day Saturday and Sunday Mrs Chapezo Wathen and children vicinity has always been considered Mr will spend this week in Breckenridgo Montgomerys homo rather as his strong hold county Tho people up hero are very anxious Messrs Robt and Jess Herndon were to hear Mr Murray speak Ills friends guests of the Misses Lewis on the havo worked hard for him and his name Fourth has almost become u household word Mrs John Haidln is standing the very But tho people naturally want to see warm weather well and will soon bo ablo him and to hear him If ho would to ride out make an appointment to speak in this Miss Nellie Radiey of Elizabethtown part of thu district in the immediate is visltlug her grand parents Judgo 0 C future ho would only bo doing himself Fairleigli and wife justice and would undoubtedly carry His friends Mrs Mollio D Carrico Miss Mary this part of thu district Taylor and Mr Percy Taylor are guests want him to como very much for they anticipate what sort of Impression he of MrsTlios Hamilton Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson and would muko One of Mr Montgomerys staunchest little Dink Price have returned from friends in thu past said to day that ho Louisville and Cincinnati hud alwajs supported him but that this Leo Relman is going to try music Ho time ho would not voto for him This is full of music by inheritance applica man is one of the wealthiest and most tion is all hell need to succeed Influential farmers in tills siction lie Miss Lirzlo Raw lings lias not been so refused however to statu why lie wan well but is us bright as hope nnd cheer- Â¬ against his old friend iu tho present cam Â¬ ful as light as tonic within themselves paign This feeling prevails to the ex Mrs Rcketts and her grandson Curtis tent that If Mr Muiray would come hero Black utteuded church here last Sunday and let the people get aiquainted witli They are visitors of Mrs James Rlcketts him lie could gather into the fold all Of course Sir Montgomery Miss Susie Richardson is with her sis- theso votes ter Mrs Jeff Ditto Mias Susies health lias friends hero who will remain loyul to him but tho result could be announ- Â¬ is very poor and she comes for recuperaced in advance if Mr Murray would let tion Tho Soda Ash Plant remains In Statu the people In this part of the district him X X X quo aud presumably the pendulum is know still swinging towards an opening AILIIKIItTIN 1IUIL1TT When Shcpherdsvillo Ky July 9 1894 MissesEvaand Maudo Herndon and NelloB Lewis and Mr Will Howard Editou News Sin Tho Murray tidal are offfor Cioverpoit and Holt to stay wave is coming mountain high To day Mr Murray speaks in Bardstown and he two weeks Mason McMonigle and Chas Bryant will stay in Nelson county until Satur- Â¬ day when he will como to Bullitt He will embark in the merchandising busi ness here at the Greeu Front aud wo will addrers a largo crowd at Paroquet Springs that day and another largo crowd hope successfully Brother Hagan gave us two good ser Â¬ at Mt Washington that night Montgomery men are as scarce us tho mons last Sunday and at night he was greeted by the largest congregation Ive most ultra Murray men could wish Mc- Â¬ Kay has discovered ids mistake and Ids seen for a long time Misses Jennie Hardin and Lida withdrawal will not occasion much sur- Â¬ Haynes Messrs John Powell and Hewitt prise Murrays friends are working like J R Z McAuliffo attended tho ball last Saturday beavers hero to dav night given by Mrs Guedry at her Caught An Aconsed Horse Thief pleasant homo iu Ekron Mr Gordon Moorman spent the Deputy Sheriff Thos Wroo arrested a Fourth down at the classic old mill near young man named Peter Pleasant in the bonnle Ohio with a party of belles this city Monday evening who was ac- Â¬ and beaux and their chaperones An cused of stealing a horse in Hancock elegant collation was served county near Hawesville Sunday Mrs J W Richardson and Mrs Monday morning Silas Warner n far- Â¬ Toomey took a party of young people mer ot Hancock county came to this city skiff riding last Thursday night Mrs and told Wroo to be on the lookout for Richardson also chapeioned a merry the thief Thu horso had been stolen hay rido the night of the Fourth near liawesvillo and ridden up into An interesting urticlo on Wellesley Steretts Bottom and there turned loose College told vory graphically by Miss but Pleasant had been seen walking to- Â¬ Abble McQuiro appears In Sundays wards this city and carrying the saddle Courier Miss Abble Is a friend and which had also been stolen schoolmate of Miss Bertha Lewis and In the afternoon Sheriff Wroo found has visited hero where she mado many the man dowu at the Breckenridgo depot frleuds The picture of Miss Rhea Mur trying to Bell the saddle The saddle rell appears in the same edition Sho was hid out in the hushesbut the young too is much admired hero and will soon man brought it out and contracted to sell take upon herself matrimonial vows To it to tho sheriff They came up town to her we extend congratulations tho get tho money and then Pleasant was Ho was takon to put under arrest somewhat previous perhaps liawesvillo Monday night and lodged iu jail As the grand jury Is now in session Elder S 8 Beaver of McAUIstcrville Juniatta Co Pa says his wife is subject down there short work will no doubt be to cramp in tho stomach Last summer mado of his case Peter Pleasant was rased over about she tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlurrhcca Remedy for it and was Toblnsport and is not u stranger in tills much pleased with the speedy relief it city Ho says that ho has recently been afforded Sho has since used It when- Â¬ mining coal at tho Falcon mines ever necessary and iound that it never falls For sale by A It Fisher Clover Snake On Her Back port Ky and Klncheloe Meador A Co Whllo Mrs Jako May of this city was llardlnsburg Ky gathering berries on tho Burnett farm a fow miles below tho city one day lost Now Is the Time To Bay Your week an Incident occurred that would Winters Supply of Coal have frightened most ladles out of ono jlminy fit Into five hundred I will sell you screened Lump coal While from Falcon mines at 7Jc per bushel de- Â¬ Mrs May was sitting down getting ber- Â¬ livered to all convenient coal houses ries near the ground she felt something within tho city limits orders to be for ou her buck She reached around witli not less than 100 bushels cosh with her hind and discovered that thu some Â¬ Coal to ho delivered in reason Â¬ thing was betweon her outer drew and order Sho then raised up able time Nothing but Bpot cash with under garments and a lurge copperhead snake fell out of the order goes at this price her clothing to the ground Instead of 1U PlKIlCK screaming and fainting Mrs May went Sore Fine Sport on about her berry picking and tho Percy Hopper has done somo more party gathered twenty six gallons of ber- Â¬ good bicycle raring At Cincinnati on ries that afternoon the Fourth of July in a fifteen mile road race whore there were ISO starters lie Our Teaohers finished 28th In Louisville last Satur- Â¬ ThoBchool board met last Thursday day he finished 10th in an eight mile night and after duo deliberation selected road race where thero were 75 starters the following poisons as teachers in the Later in a one mile handicap he finished Cloverport High School for the ensulug second by only six inches and the man school year Prof J II Logan of CloÂ¬ who beat him by this short distance had verport Principal Prof Walton Wheel 40 yards the advantage of him at the er of Rome Ind First Assistant Miss start Mary Moorman of Cloverport Second Thereto a quarter mile bicycle track Assistant Mlts Anule Raltt of Clover- Â¬ being graded Iu Oloverport now which port Primary The date for school to will be finished ia a few days and we begin has not yet been fixed though It will sooh have some fine spert lit Clover will prebaWy be tlie first Monday Im Sep port toMJber satisfaction physicians Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Safe and sure to regulate tho bowels Ayors Cathaitle Pills never fall to give D ONT You think that is tho proper way for an What lasting honest reliable merchant advantage can a dealer attain who habitual- Â¬ ly deceives IU IU 1 I Believe Us that we handlo the finest grades of goods reliable Mens Hoys and Childrens Shoes and we always aim to be the Lowest in rnicE8 A IN Gents Furnishings we handlo only reliable Shirts Underwear Gloves Half Hose Ties Collars Cutis Etc De CEPTIONS Aro to frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our old honest methods that have stood tho test of thirty five years witli you and aro here still VESTS a as jtt yfTyy fitrasfeS s2aas SS3i5 i Mn If A Ladies We have em in r - - P -- - FOOTWEAR Without laces and buttons Just come The very swellest thing at startling prices The celebrated 41 v 71 V h - sir 11 kJ PadamBros Co PORTSMOUTH A OHIO SOLD BY W H Bowmer Thrown From His Baggy Mr Chas Tinlus made a narrow es cabe with his life last Thursday evening and as it is was severely hint He was Son Af captured and the torch was applied Whole Btringi of cars acres of freight sheds and Uepts and much valuable freight was burned Wliolo squares were on flro at once and locomotives driving along the river road abovo this were captured and turned loose through city going home when a freight train the burning mass scattering fire brands Firemen who at came along Tho railroad and tho coun Â¬ in every direction tempted to extinguish the flames were ty road aro closo together and his liorso stoned and clubbed from their posts of became frightened at the train and be- Â¬ duty policemen were defieJ and tons of thousands of desperate men ran riot gan to run away MrTinius was thrown from his buggy and struck the ground Railroad tracks woio torn up and made with sucli forco that he was rendered The terrible rioting continued through unconscious for moro than an hour wj Sunday in a somewhat who were gathering ber- Â¬ abated state though up to Monday soy Some women ries nearby carried him to a shade and era million dollars worth of property had been destroyed and more than a tried to resuscitate him by bathing his dozen persons had been killed iiead with water Help finally arrived Tim firntA IrivMta n uio and he was convoyed to his home where President Cleveland sent mum our ami United States wounds were dressed his His head and troops to provent any face was considerably cut and bruised interstate commerce interference witli and tlie and ho was also bruised about the hotly or detention of the United destruction States mails and legs but happily ho was not serious- Â¬ On Sunday a crowd of about 5000 rt ly hurt and is now almost well Tlie In bnrli of nSiJt i horse demolished thu buggy prevented the Un ted States sodersweTe THE GREAT STRIKE dispatched to the PCeno of trouble and conflict ensued When the mob saw h he soldlosthey became infuriated It rush Tho largest and mot destructive strike ed upon them and was received by a vol both to proporty and life is n6w in prog- ley from Springfield rifles A Iwaowl ress almost all over tho United Status and it is htill spreading WBn 1 J tn ll The Pullman Palace Car Company ol JbiiiJj tlillman fll n niiliuli f9 viiumKu re Â¬ disperse Two of the rioter lllun duced wages In some departments and aua several others were wounded bow -- v shut down in others For this reason is not known the American Railway Union has boy- Â¬ heir friends carried tliein oir m tW cotted the Pullman Cars and Is prosecu- Â¬ At midnight Satuiday night ting a strike on railroads using them UoiTwhS Tlie seat of the greatest trouble is at Cleveland Issued practically nut CbleWo under raWta Chicago he strikers to star In that city last Friday the strikers join Ve aJvllK ed by many idle toughs became riotous peaceably at home if they did not waA and the authorities were powerless to re- to ge hurt and warned all u strain them As night came the crowd gaged In or In any way Uied grew larger They assembled neari the such unlawful obstructions WlUoa3 and assemblage to disperse ii si ii v iraituw uu in mo bwimjii varus or to their atolJ South CuiW ami with tbe falling of km aunwn ot Wfttv mm oesUfHeHOM of e property began Fraigbt traiiw were 41 i i I w n iW i t t a v A Â¬ t irw mv t 3 I u Â¬ Â¬ roiw Ply m 72 t m C Vi m- - f W toa BLilAAatJ raMHdMklyliAM fit iBw - - iifr mlftiii iw MR Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pair Till Groves In Is BRRGKENRIDGR NHWS GLOYERPORT PERSONAL I lY quit sick nt his home Mr 0 0 Tobnport f CREAM BAKING A MOST PERFECT MADE Free pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THU STANDARD mmm IV Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 111894 The date on the label inillcntei the time to which your tuhtcrlptlan la pultl This serves n expiration notice every both Hi a receipt week Kxamire the dale printed after Your imiiif on the margin of thin paper mil see If Hit correct If not correct pliuno tnlet ui know If your lime haa expired pleAie renew at once LOCAL BREVITIES Wilkerson is ltiito sick It has come to stay the lalnce saloon For milk toast go to the City llakeiy Wo lead and others follow llilnco Saloon It Is nn established fact the 1alace Saloon Wantku 500 gallons of blackberries Airs S J tf 1 Sulzers Fresh crackers and cakes just received at thu City Bakery Savo your timo and money for thu pit r - j i Mrs Moredock and daughters Misses Lil- Â¬ lian Alma and Clara of Louisville are visit Â¬ July 21 ing Mrs F U Sawyer T F Sawyer is building a residence on Messrs Erdlz Connor Eugene Vaughn Anna How Cloverport Enjoyed Herself Houston street opposite Mrs David Ellison and W F Yates of Cannelton Browns on tho Anniversary of spent the Fourth In this city WV Perkins has bet n awarded tho Messrs Sash Jordan Abe Skllluran Dick Independence contract for building the Beech Fork Claycomb and Walter Henderson of Webster 100 bridge nt spent the Fourth here with friends Tho big Catholic picnic at Lalleist Mrs Mark Wedding moved to Rome Miss Maggie Matthews and Mr C F Red Â¬ Iud yesterday She goes there to live Park was a success in more than one man of Owensboro were visiting Mr and direction with her daughter Mrs W 0 Allen on the Fourth As a social recreation for persons who thing to Henry Temple of Tiwhopity is spending Crystalized wafers just the eat with ice cream You can get them probably had been closely confined to a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs 0 business alluirs siuco Independence Day D Temple at the Cloverport Hotel at tho City Bakery before It was delightful as an Miss Anna Hayes of Louisville spent sev Â¬ selling at 20 cents per was here Blackberries are opportunity to listen to some of the best eral days last week with her friend Mtss Klla gallon In this market They aro scarco informed men display their pratory on Witt She returned borne Saturday and in good demand tho political issues of tho day it was Mrs Caley Knight of Cannelton and The picnic of all picnics will bo given splendid and as a means by which the Miss Mamie Knight of Grand View were the at Elders Spring three miles from Clo building fund of tho church was augu guests of Mr and Mrs Fred May Sunday verport Saturday July 28 incnted it was a success Misses Helen Pollock of Gustos and Mary We are students of correct styles for Tho day was cloudy and comfortable Manning of Rhodelia spent the Fourth in mens clothing see our cool light com not threatening and more than two thou- Â¬ this olty the guests of Miss Minnie LeQrand fortablo clothing Sulzers sand people embraced the favorable op- Â¬ and Miss Sallte Lewis of Carrollton Ky portunity of passing a day in pleasant Miss Cilia Owen of Loulsvillo are the guests everybody says must bo true What Early in tho morning of Mr and Mrs F T Heysor of tho Hoyser they say that tho beat and coldest beer social recreation people began to pour in in carts carri- House is sold at the Palace Saloon who Miss D A Donahor of Owensboro You will miss the picnic of the season ages wagons on horseback and afoot of tho trains tended to has been visiting her sister Mrs James Gal if you fail to attend the one at Charlie and the arrival swell tho crowd considerably ligan for the past week left for Louisville Elders spring Saturday July 28 nle at Kldors Spring luly U8 Elders spring picnic July 28 ltemeiuber the picnic at Elders Spring July 2 aul dont fail to attfnd Gregory Co unloaded 2 car loads of plno Mooring and ceiling from Alabama Before leaving for your summer ou- Â¬ tingget a pair of our tan shoes Sulzers James Galligantho contractor is rush lug things down at the Catholic church Wnsto no timo this is waist weather cool and nice walts for ladies Sulzers Mr anil Mrs Hard Huberts havugono to housekeeping in the Mclherson piop erty It will be just what picnics used to bo that one at Tlios 0 Kyans Saturday Tho mdlis of the Baptist chiirrh gave a luncheon at the residence of Mrs Alfred OeVa last night Mr Joel Adkisson nn old and re spetled farmer residing near Vlter died last Sunday of cancer There will be a picnic nt Tho O Hyann on tho Cloverport nml Bowling ireoti road Saturday July 21 Tho HreskenrMgo Asphalt Company shippd from thuir mines near Inrlh ld hint month 100 tons of itsphnlt They nlwayshavo n large crowd and a good timo at the picnics given nt Thos O Ityans Saturday July 21st is Hits day The Cloverport and Hardlnsburg base ball teams will play their championship gamo at llurdinbburg next Friday tho Bitli lust William M Ditto J K Ditto and Chris McQlieo of Meade eountr sold their wheat last week for C2 cents deliv- Â¬ ered in Louisville If you want to have a general old fashioned good time for ono day dont fall to attend the picnic at Thos O Hynns Saturday July 21 Tho littlo girls composing the Helping Hand Society will give a juvlnlle show at the residence of Mr and Mrs G W Short next Friday night for tho benefit of the society Several persons from thu Union Star neighborhood spent tho Fourth in Clov- Â¬ erport among them being Mr and Mrs G 11 Cx Mrs it B Cox and daugltter Mrs Molllo Jolly Mr Geo Unser and family of Owens boro are tho guests of Clins Tinius and family Mr Unser is foreman of tho F A Ames carriage factory which ho says has been running full timo during the wholo of these hard times Any girl or boy who will cut this ad Â¬ vertisement out and bring it to our grocery department with an order for groceries no matter how small the order we will givo them a nice littlo J8 page storybook entitled Our bovs or Tim Sulzers trip of tho Fly rcways Dr J it Mitchell of Mooleyville is treating Mrs Thos Nownmnof Skilliuuu for cancer The seat of thu cancer is on tho upper lip hut Dr Mitchell says that ho will euro it Ho has been very suc Â¬ cessful ns a cancer spi cinlist in this section having never yet failed when ho undertook a case 1 It llaynes went to Welinoutb Ienttort fcumlsy was In tbeclly last Thursday Fred YV Fralte will leave to dHjr fur French Lltk to recuperate Mill Nellie Lewis of HrandenWgls tlilt ing Mtss Allleno Murray Mr V h Iloyd OnensWn spent Sunday wild family and relatives Mr A AI Hardin of Iodlliurft was In the city last Friday on business Is the guest MIm Mills Mays of Webster of her siller Mtss ilessle Mays Mayor Harry went to Meade County yester day He will bo absent a week Miss Stllle Lamar of Hawesvllle Is visiting her sister Mrs T F Sawyer cams Mr Will Moorman of Olcndoane over last Friday to visit relatives W i Downier Sam Hoard and W V Dow Â¬ nier vlsltod Hardlnsburg Sunday Andy Garrett of Owensboro spent the Fourth at bis old home In this city Mr Km Hargls of Derby was a passenger on the west bound train last Friday Â¬ UNPRECEDENTED The enormous reductions in prlcei of YoilMust Wear Something It is simply a quootion of Merchant Tailoring Ready -- Made Clothing AND What How to Get It Whether at Home or for Outing Recreation Pleasure Comfort or Business Gents Furnishing Goods NEW GOODS NEW STYLES And best of all ana or NEW PRICES EVERYTHING TO SUIT THE TIMKS Miss Kmma Vargason Kuest of her sister Mrs II of Owensboro Is the For Summer Days CO Ky Qrd Roberts F Fourth le Warfleld of Louisville spent the guest of relatives In this city his Mr S L Suiter of Cannelton visited business bouse In this olty last Monday JULIUS WINTER S E Cor Third and Market Sts Loulsvlle v Miss Nellie Deverly wbo has been visiting In Henderson returned home last week Mrs Stan cliff and two children of St Louis are the guests of relatives In this olty Misses Maggio Father and Bertha Matting ly visited In Cannelton and Hawesvllle last week Mr Clint Deauchamp of Sample came down Friday and spent a couple of days in rauiUUuuuuiuuKuumuuuuiuuwwft GETTINGJOTTER Correspondent His Usual asked about his voting for unconditional repeal of tho Sherman law and about his voting against Mills for Speaker He prefors to toll what great violence has beon done to tho Wilson bill by a few United States Senators and proceeds to roast them in evory speech ho makes or In every talk ho has for publication It is intimated that this nrralgnment of these Senators in season and outof season is for tho purpose of covering up his lack of good faith to his constituents in not supporting Mills But it will not avail You soo we have tho Courier Journal to onlighten us and it says The Wilson bill was far enough from what it should have been and badly needed a certificate of character No body has been so mis Â¬ lead at any timo as to think tho Wilson bill is satisfactory to tho Democratic hosts and for Mr Montgomery to be mak ing such a racket about it looks liko he isinsincero and has some of tho charact Â¬ eristics of the skuttlo fish which colors the waters to hide in when pursued Returning to the silver question before I closo this rather lengthy letter I desire to say that the people hero think very strange of tho reason Mr Montgomery gavo to a colleaguo for voting against sil- Â¬ ver when asked why ho did so said he Tho foreign powers must be conciliat- Â¬ ed Shades of Washington Jefferson and Jackson How does this bound coming from an American Shall it be said that this district would return a mon to Congress who would givo utteranc to such an un patriotic un American sentiment Must wo be rep Â¬ resented by a man who has no faith in the resources and independence of his country By a man who is more concerned about Foreign Towers than ho Is about his own native land 7 I think not Daylight is dawning and wo now seo plainly whereas before wo kiw as through a glass darkly Murray is thu cry nor will it cease till tho hills and tbo valloys catch up tho refrain and herald it abroad in deafening echoes that the old Fourth is once more independ- Â¬ ent and free Â¬ 1 Â¬ The Question is Answered by the city Sam Deavln and Jeo Hinton of Jollys Station wero in the city on business last Monday Messrs Mrs J D Ilrashear and her son Mr P C Drasbeur passed up on the train Monday fur Writes Again in Vig- Â¬ Enthusiastic orous Stylo And Whacks Montgomery and Ring Politicians Right and Stephensport Miss Lula Sawyer has gone to Columbus Ohio to spend the summer with ber sister Mrs 8 D Lloyd Miss Oms Claycomb of Webster and Miss Nettle Kurti of Hardin spent tho Fourth with Miss Bessie Mays the Loft MURRAY IS In all the forms and grades of Ladies Wear in every department the correct fabrics and the most popular prices are shown Mrs E Allen of Elliabothtown Is visiting ber son Mr W 0 Allen nnd her daughter Mrs Chns Anient THE CRY Willie Hall came down from Webster and spent tbo Fourth and returned Friday accom Â¬ K11AIIKTHTOWN panied by his mother Mrs Rastus Hall and her two little sons Wolverton and Woodward wero guests at Mrs Wm Halls last week The Glorious Fourth f Â¬ Ua2litr HE 9 lJKBnftL J5t James Lewis and 0 W Moorman wont to Louisville Friday to purchase material for the new Catholic church Let tho mercury climb the suits that will woo every breeze for man or boy we have at price to make em go quick Sulzers Mr It N Hudson will ho hero with his family for tho Bummer Ho will go to housekeeping in the houso vacated by Dr Watkins Our customers want blackberries and we will do anything to accommodate them bring all your berries you have to sell to us Sulzers Ducking a popular warm weather fabric stripes and plain washes well and much used for boys suits and ladies wear Sulzers Fortunes aro made by strict economy this is tho season that we overhaul our stock our clearance sale begins this week Sulzers The managers of tho picnic at Elders Spring say it will bo tho biggest aflUIrof the season They want everybody to come and have a good timo Father Bike renews hissubscription to the Nkwh Says he Is still interested in tho good people of Breckenridgo and wants to hear from them Several crops of now wheat have been sold on this market at about 47 and 18 cents Mrssrs Oelze tho millers say it is as good a crop as they ever saw Ono dollar now goes farther than twice that amount did several years ago wo aro record makers dollar stretch- Â¬ ers and bargain givers Sulzers A straw will show which way the wind blows a glance lit our grocery department shows which way the trado goes seeing is believing Join the crowd Sulzers llev S G Shelly Is organizing an Ep worth League society in connection with his church There will bo a meeting of those whoare Interested in the work the fifth Sunday In this month The signal service has made Sulxerri store a distributing point for their wtwther and crop reports The following post offices are now supplied with bulle- Â¬ tin boards and give dally the rsport m warded by telegraph to SuUers wha Pull In time forward It to these ville Tuta vlHe Victoria QtlwrtowiM will V alee supplied m proper service aw V w aotkH m b It was on tho program that Hon Monday David It Murray would address tho asÂ¬ oe adltao sembly in the afternoon but on the ar- Â¬ rival of Mr Murray tho night before tills had to bo changed so that he could speak at Lalleist Park in the forenoon and at Hardlnsburg in tho afternoon He mounted the rostrum about 1030 oclock and for three quarters of an hour poured from his eloquent lips such a stream of touching oratory that his hearers were completely captivated His words sank deep into tho hearts of his homo people and carried conviction with them There was probably not a soul within the sound of his voico but that already loved him as a brother but tills 6peechwasa renewal of plighted faith Tho people of Cloverport and Breckenridgo county were proud to know that a son of her soil had been so honorably and warmly received in other parts of the Fourth Congressional District On tho 11 oclock train tho Hon P Watt Hardin Democratic candidato for Ho took tho stand Governor arrived at 2 oclcck in the afternoon and deliver- Â¬ ed ono of those short Bweot speeches for which ho is so famous Tho most flow ery eloquence poured from his lips in a continuous How and he closed his re Â¬ marks with a most happy compliment to the ladies Mr Hardin was followed by Judge John Allen Murray Democratic nominee for Judgo of Breckenridgo county who made one of his usual logical talks Everything during tho entire- day whether for entertainment or amuse Â¬ ment was on first class order Tho mu- Â¬ sic both brass and string bands wero good The dinner was excellent and Father Nlehaus and the committee of management were complimented on every hand Probably two or three hundred people went to Tar Springs on tho Fourtli and plcnlced under the shade of those beauti- Â¬ ful forest trees Tho children romped through the wood oyer the cliffs across the ravines and all had a general good time Aside from these places of amusement hundreds of people never left the streets of Cloverport but remained in town all regaling themselves day ocottslonuly with a sold drink at the various bars though there was not an Intoxicated per Â¬ son in the eity - Mrs J W Jarrctt of Stephensport and Mrs S K Rank of Cush Creek Pennsylvania are In the city visiting Mr Chris Perrlgo and family Mr W S Smart of the revenue office Owensboro was in the olty a few days last week the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W a Smart Mrs R N Hudson and little daughter came down on Miss Virginia of Louisville the Katie last Thursday to visit ber parents Mr and Mrs J D Gregory Mr Robt Woods of Louisville was here Sunday He and his mother left Monday for Elnora Ind to visit his sister Mrs J II Sullivan Mrs Woods will spend the summer KniToit Nkwk your exeellent paper Mr McKay has been on and off the track for Congress You will remember that I foreshadowed his coming into tho raco in tho interest of Mr Montgomery I was able to do this because I had heard of tho result of tho secret conclave of tho triumvirate which sat at tho Custom houso in Louis- Â¬ ville immediately preceding his an- Â¬ But tho schemo would nouncement It died not work worth a cent They soon learned that the bornin people could not bo stuffed in tills man- Â¬ ner They wero indeed sorely perplexed and greatly befuddled Why But what was their next step sir minibiledklu insido of two days after they had got him on they began to consider tho best plan to got him off when they fell upon tho plan of bollttlclng his candidacy It was announced by tho custom houso clhiuo that McKays can- Â¬ didacy was the very essenco of tho wildest dream a doluslon of a back number in politics that ho would not get a half dozen votes in his own county etc Of course this was done to try to convey the impression to tho people that they had nothing to do with his candidacy and wro as averse to it as tho strongest Murray advocate But they have miserably failed in their schemes all round so far and from the present outlook they will bo thoroughly convinced on tho 4th of August that honesty is indeed tho best policy cliquo a final Before bidding tho adiou I wish to call their attention to a bit of verse that my inuso has dedicated to them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kv July 7 1804 Sini o my last letter to DO YOU WEAR Suspenders We have a beautiful line in all colors anil sizes ConnKsi ONnENT Ayers Tills possess tho curat vo virt- Â¬ ues of tho best known medical plants These pills are scientifically prepared are easy to take and safe for young and old They are invaluablo for regu Â¬ lating the bowels and for the relief and euro of stqinach troubles Mr and Mrs J A llolderman and little 111 daughter of are In the county visiting relatives They arrived In this city Monday and paid a pleasant visit to Mr llolderman left here several this office years ago In the employ of the Cincinnati Coop erage Company and went to He afterward embarked In the general mer Â¬ chandising business at that place and bis many friends in this oounty will be pleased to know that he has so prospered that be Is now one of the largest merchants of the town Cave-In-RoÂ¬ k for only 10 cents We thought we had a nice clear track Hut now A lack a day Theyve Rot Dave Murray on the track And on the track to stay there Mr W II Downier and daughter Miss Maggie and Miss Little Bklllman are at French Lick Springs Mr Dowmer Is there for bis health which has not been at all good Aye stay Indeed Just as yon say Tho twas late to benln Daves not only on the track to stay Hut also on to win Chorus Then skip out lwy I Montgomerys gone Our tricks are at an end I I lnr Murray is a winner sure In spite ol every dollar we can spend Gond bc Hen Johnson and Dave May Gu Hlchardson and clique The IliOlIE soon will have their say Then you will feel quite sick Then ceklirate I ltoll out the gun Ham well and lei her hang I The 1KOIIK triumph I They have won 1 Hyc bye Aleck and your ratty gang Chorus Then skip out bo a I Montgomerys gone Our tricks are at an end 1 1 lor Murray la a winner sure In spite ol every dollar we can spend B F Beard HARDINSBURG KY Co I Statement of the Condition of the Breckinridge INCOKrONATKD Bnk 1891 041 Ills 000 2 3 1 1 this summer Mr J 0 Pell Jr of Lewlsport was In tbo Joe Is Interested in our brick city yesterday plants and things and comet up occasionally to look after hit Interests He takes the Nihh to keep posted Mr R A Ilrashetr of Gas City InJ was a passenger on the westbound passenger last Friday Mr Drashear is one of the Ilreoken ridge colony over In the Indiana gas belt who hat flattering prospect of success Messrs Andrew and Rosooe Severs of Hen Â¬ derson were In the city a few hours last Thurs Â¬ day evening enroute borne from spending the They are the two Fourth in Hardlnsburg promising sons of Hon D It Severs Of Cloverport Ky At the close of business June 30th ASSETS Notes and Bills discounted I S ure to jDreak at vJ nee Banks Fixtures and Furniture Banking House and Lot Debts In Suit Overdrafts Bonds Cash Due from Bank 2i 00 00 93 97 01 29 34 038 80 34 403 97 000 630 41A 584 Mlsset Ida Weltenberger Lydla arabain Dessie and Ltllle May and Mettrt George Oscar Holder Qettendanner Ether Hall Marlon Coats and Jesse Weathcrholt attended the hop at Mr Henry Paynes Tobnsport on the eyenlng of the Fourth Mist Urook Stepheni after spending a pleas Â¬ ant winter la Florida and the spring months with ber sister Mrs T J Mlnary and Mrs Caldwel Norton hat returned to her summer Holt Ky eoaomptnlod home Alts Virta by Miss Scott from Florida a charming young lady Dr Price Cms Melts Pewdsr The following persons vera at the Tar Springs last Thursday enjoying the pure at Â¬ mosphere comfortable shades and waten of that lovely spot t Mr and Mrt W J Plggott and tent Hubert and Joe Mrs 0 W Beard Mltttt Anns L Gardner Lula Jolly Eva Heeten Mary Bowiaer XBe Klo eheloe and Meters Ansa and James Kin obeloe of Hardlnsburg j Miss Luelle Longue MIh Jakle Owes Glen nnre Kl Pa dune and Mist Martes Jelly OwesiUro J T Mllaer sad Jun CmU KteaardtM UxuiiIdIu Start That Wra and Clv tea erAMMatXmrtwt health-giving Cli But I started to write you a letter so I shall proceed without ceremoney Among the many causes of tho wild dismay that has settled on the counte- Â¬ nances of tho Bourbons and which ap Â¬ pears to give them as much concern as anything elso is tho determination of those who failed to receive any pie to vote or Murray and glvo him thoir In- Â¬ fluence Nor are thoy to blame if all re- Â¬ ports of Montgomerys manner of endors Â¬ ing applicants for position especially in tho revenue cervico bo true It is said his plan was to endorse every Democrat who applied for a place but had a secret understanding with the appointing pow er as to who wero to get the places It is furthermore charged that the motto was to put nono but original Montgom- Â¬ No matter bow good ery men on duty a Democrat one might be and however meritorious and how much good ho had done for the party if ho bad not alwaya been for Montgomery he was to get left These be ugly charges from tho many who failed and I tell you they are mak Â¬ ing them count too Our people here My that It is plainly noticeable that the present Representa Â¬ tive is very tired of the old spotted sllyer oat he has worn so long aad seeks the old harp of a thousand strings for earn pftlgn thunder He U not foul el Ue 58 440 77 214 017 88 1IAI1IUTIUS Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Fund to bar Taie Dividend No 40 Deposits 4S 100 00 000 00 018 20 I 233 Vi 1 804 00 13 801 32 t 4 per cent 7lToi7 A M BSKILLMAN Cashier Statement of Condition of the Bank of Hardinsburg INCOHrOKATCD It thoy do not hold a closo hnnd With thorn business times are too hard for men to pay for roods with good talk and slick tongues and their schemo is to sell eoodfl cheap and tho best quality lor the most reasonable prices iliey wilt do that sure and one good thing thoy have one price aiiui sell to all men WAttiAti Hint kuimuii uiit children aliko No uso to ask for any other price for thoir prices are marked on the goods and that la what they soil them for If yon get goods on time you will have to promise with a tear In your eyo that they will bo paid for within sixty days without any defalcation After sixty days you will surely get a dun for the money and that is right Business is dull and scarce and they must havo money to pay for goods It must come sure for wholesale men will not wait threo days for their money They Bay this is notice enough and all persons having an opun account with them may consider if they nru sixty days old that they aro thereby notified to sottlo them at once They have plenty of the best dry goods notlous hats shoes hardware carpets groceries tin and wooden ware and they want to sell them They will pay a big price for marketing They are close clover busl They have Borue fur nesa mon Thoy pay you the cash and thoy want tho cash nlture now and cash will get cheap goods from them sure They sell granulated sugar at 5 cents Arbucklo coflVe at 25 cents Hooslur cotton at A couts good check- Â¬ ed cotton at 6 cents window poles and trimrniuga at 2o centa a tine loco curtain each piece four yards long and two yards wide a 125 a pair Go and see them and remember that If you owe them and the account is Blxty days old you must pay It Now we are wrltiug about AT IIAUUIMSmJKO UBSOUIICES KY 1S94 At tho close ol business June joth Furniture and Fixtures Banking House and Lot Cash In safe and In other banks Stocks and Boeds Notes and Mill Total LIABILITIES Capital Sleek paid In la cash Deposits Divides No T July 1st 4 per 1 478 St 3 597 50 4 975 00 17 604 80 105 987 04 133 703 52 25 000 00 NEFF GUSTON FOE SALS -- - -- - KAGIN KENTUCKY 0K Proprietors of thu Old Reliable Store 98 811 48 1 000 00 eest Surplus and undivided profits ToUl TooUt - 8 842 08 133 703 63 lg brushes- from 16e to 6oe at Que 18 hers power traetlea Milne deuBte Mar saw mill asd one Spriaiteld rater all n ge4 running order Vur MHteuUs write to 9 W WIHOHKII TwUwpKt one tetv full Ind One bay beree 1 bt MaJtaAadLib Cfceof gw eewwuj rr in to l4una Ak JWiiwA tt MnrMtM ZJummtf w LLiLubtLaN ws W-w- v c i i mmMmmmjmmmMVjP mmmmm T vi--- r- irititMl 4d V7 VimrllHiVfi XTI Ill fir utimii - J V1 - L ritiaaiaWrrTrrr r T -tVrlKrY t iirtrtiti M5W - BT r rt--rwTyryyy5wyipliiWiwBwTrTTTr7 1 M Js PM4K - Hi- m irHhtoiiMIHWmllfialwwliiiiii --T Ti- m iimiiuinuuJii i Jl v rCTivwii vw-iMv-- y - in- - ut - n inwirMg--T -- v Mrm r f fr MimSMPlil f w - r - f lt 4 TPiR SRBOKMNHlirGE NEWS OLOYBRPORT KY Latest U i K Highest of all n LcaveningTower Govt Report MORGANS GHOST week fcKRON ILIIInntShncktettison tho eick list tins Baking H kT Mr W J Shncklett made a flying trip Tho Confederate Cavalry Loaders to Irvlngton Friday Spirit Visits the Scone Dolph of Big You sec them everywhere r BS of His Doath SS Breckenridge Jno Si I VfTUvl to Dr Xelnnil In Tho registrars absoiico Woll fill tho paper of transfer to Miss Proprletn Lelnndi youll servo as witness and Ill It is simplo nnd will bo prothonotnry etngger him 1891 Registrar Black returned with the form and cro ho patted with it said Dont mention my name will you Ivo had troublo enough Just Dont worry said Mangan tell mo whero I can find Raymond now Ho is ABSOLUTELY PURE r r- Presumably To Show That Ho Was Killed Aftor Ho Had Fairly Surrendorod SOME GHOSTLY ACTIONS News 4 y 0 Bibbigoj Editors and t WEDNESDAY JULY f FiRI By JOHN Copyrighted - for HiIIion5 J McGINNISS iSatbj- America nlressAssociation Feb 10 1874 Tlie tele graph today announce the- murder of George Leland tho queerest client I eor had His wlfo had died when lie rame to mo and asked me- to take charge of his property a little ocr a j ear ago Inland had Invested In lands outside tho city limits which he believed will be yet part of tho city proper Lelatid said he had an Infant daughter Isabel In the Convent of Mercy this city and that he proposed going west with his little boy George Ho was a bold Investor and It teemed to me Inland was ns sanguine as he was radical Ills will leaves all his property here to his daughter and nil western Invest mentsof which ho was to tend mo a record to his oon He said that when his daughter canioof ago this would bo all she would ever require Ho was of the Lelands of Liverpool and his wifes maiden name was Allien 1 nast Mnd down to Ilaymond to get tho papers Â¬ Quietly of plied tho registrar 1 happened to know It ns 1 courso mado Borao purchases nnd arrange Â¬ ments This is confidential of course and I know you will not uso it Vou hnvo tho reputation of preserving conÂ¬ gottingmarricd today re In nbape Wlint do you think of It naked Mailman It Is nil tlioovidenco required Cut how do you account for tho fnlluro to carry out my fnthern wishes Kiiyinoud wns about 23 years old Ho transacted then said Mnngan business under this old minis direction Ho saw that Jits patron wns Hearing his Ho end and ho nut tho matter olf knows of you you may rest assured He also knows who your sister is Ho has kept track of you both and ho had this delinquent tax law passed to got control of your sisters property as well as tho property of others no doubt What do you suggest Tomorrow wo will visit tho office of tho registrar of arrears seo what taxes are duo and preparo to redeem it from Raymond Tako my word with tho knowlcdgo wo possess ho will sign it over and not oven ask tho bonus nnd interest ho is entitled to by law Tho will ho has destroyed no doubt mid much troublo can bo avoided by taking possession under the delinquent tax law without entering the surrogates court Jet a quit claim lruin Raymond But after all hu may light When they returm d they said nothThey ing to Inez about their mission talked of tho prospects that sprang up beforo nil It was taken as u matter of courso that Inez- - alone and dependent woulQ comment to an early marriage but when thty tolkul of ManganJf Jovo of Isabel ho shook his head sadly to imply that it was unrequited suggested Now I havo an idea I will pay a visit to Isabel to Inox luorrownfternoon and find out all about iC But maybo you aro going up ear- Â¬ lier paid Dr Leland No thero nro n You go fow matter to bo nettled first up in tho afternoon tell her of her brother nnd dont forget to say it was Siangan to whom credit is duo tor tho rounion Never mind that said Mnngan But I will mind it said Inez And so they chatted until tho hour cnmo for parting Next day early in tho afternoon Dr Loland and Mangan went to tho office of tho registrnr ot arrears When Â¬ 37iclr r they entered Registrar Black and his clerks looked at Mnngan in surprise Tho registrar said Gracious Mr Mnnganisthatyou Von didnt think Of course it is 1 it was my astral body did you No but I thought it was your ghost My ghost Yes Didnt you read tho ncconnt ef your stiicidu My suicide Why yes Hero it is Ho brought over a fllo of Tho Trum Â¬ pet kept in tho ofllco for reference to the advertisements of tho departments and Mnngan rend tho story It contained eulogistic references to his ability and speculations ns to tho probablo cnuso of his alleged solf destruction Vtn ono of tho few men who bus had tho distinction of reading his own obituary I suppose pcoplo who know mo will rnn away from mo when they see mo on tho streets I was going to run I tell you said Black Well novor mind that Its ancient history now Wo Want to seo the record of tho Loland cstuto Thats what wo camo hero forV Mr Mangan that brought mo trou- Â¬ ble before Ileuso dont ask me Ray Â¬ mond was vory angry Well givous tho tax debt and well let yon off at that Ill do that gladly He went over to tho redumption clerk secured tho figures charged up against the estato from tho beginning amounting to hundred of thousands of dollars and banded it to Mangan Let ua bare pea of your redemption wfd Mangan forms I am a uotary public by favor of a explained ManjaB MHtorja friend Â¬ eir seminal the pnye naked And who nro yon prny Ill Raymond of tho doctor his boldness returningIlia tinmo U Oootgo Leland enS Ho is tho brother of her Mangan whom you schemed to make your brido Raymond entering tho matrimonial Raymond fairly jumped from bis Hal Hal Whet a jokol stutol seat The priest who stood near him said Registrar Black Itisno joke placed his hands on his shoulder nnd It is 1 oclock and hois being married pressed him back to the chair foreseeing now Hos not marrying for money that moro startling revolutions weie to Why it is n poor girl from the follow either Convent of Mercy Isabel Lo Clnlr her Here wild Mangan passing over iiamo isl Is a paper you tho redemption form Dr Leland as exclaimed What Vou havo mismanaged the must sign ho grasped tho registrar by tho throat Leland estate and ynu must forfeit the How daro you taxes We hnvo here the documentary interposed Man Hold on doctor evidenco of your perfidy taken from Tho nrcli Ho is not to blame gan tho privato diary of your benefactor fiend I fear has beaten us after all This whoso trust you havo betrayed Tho clerks ran forward to their property should havo paid theso taxes chiefs rescue Mangan had loosened Its oWners must not suffer for your mistho physicians fingeis from tho regis Â¬ conduct trars throat nnd that official sank back Ill pay them Raid Dr Leland on a cushioned chair gasping forbrcnthj Ill give him a check now Mnngan stepped between Dr Leland Then Ill louvo ut onco said Mannnd tho clerks suying gan if you do Blnck This is u misundcrstnnding wus the Do us you please then My friend will returu is frightened 1 would not loso doctors remark Wo must go now nnd apologize you for tho wiiolo estate Theso clerks know Mangan Ho was Raymond looked at tho threo men fearless and powerful No ono among Ho reached for a pen and tho in them would attempt to grapple with terposed It Irf enrious how him single handed TO CONCIniE NEXT WEEK the individual lack of confidence whero wantdiscipline and organization nro Bo sure you get Ayera is an imporing is tho collective feeling of a gang tant caution to nil In search of a thor- Â¬ or rnbblo until it gets n leader Theso oughly reliable blood purifier Ayers men shrank back asthotWu passed out and tho clerks tried to hide their cow- Â¬ Sarsapnrilla being the ono on which ardice by professing an interest in their there can bo no manner o doubt It chiefs condition has stood the test of nearly half a centusaid ry and has long been considered the You mado a blunder doctor Mangan But time is too precious to standard Was it for My God correct it now Raymond I was thrust aside It may GUSTON bo too Into But let us do our best to reach tho convent How far is it Rev Donald McDonald and Miss Eva A 20 iiiinuta lido Carrigan took tea with Mrs S W Ad Ono oclock tho hour 20 minutes for tho ceremony Theyll bo married kinson one evening last week Rev Donald McDonald and Miss Eva before wo can reach them I Oh God Garrignn were guests of Miss Clara Ad Mangan can this bo truor kisson Monday afternoon Heros our car Hopo for tho best Messrs Jesse Hordaway and Allen Ruul Sentiment had temporarily died iii Stitli were the guests of Mrs L W Ad Mangan Tho old newspajicr instinct kisson Tuesday night of last week to keep cool and rush was bin still just Messrs John and Marvin liewley who ns on many occasions when no fought have been suffering from an attack of against timo and unforeseeirdifficultics iii getting his story into tho offico while typhoid fever are reported improving tho last form of typo wns awaiting the The Katie made her monthly trip finishing touches on tho imposing stone last Wednvbday The employes along Ho fairly dragged tho doctor onto tho the line were wearing broad smiles all car and then said day Now you can pray Ill think Miss Rose A Morris our agent is visiting her parents in Louisville After CHAPTER XVIII a short stay there sho will leave for SeyTHU HEQIVNINO 01 THE KND Raymond wns seated in the rectory mour and Indianapolis Ind of the littlo parish church just across Miss Maud Adkisson one of he from tho convent There the inurriagu ceremony wni to bo performed Isabel teachers in the North Texas College at was to come from thu convent attended Sherman Texas is visiting her mother and sister at this place after an absence by tho sister of tho priest who wns pas tor of the littlo parish nnd chaplain to of two years in the Lone Star State the sisters Raymond had requested G A Neff brother of Geo J Nell is tho privileges of cscortlngher from the manipulating the wires during tho convent but Mother St Gertrude who absence of Miss Rose Green is making had hor own ideas cf tho proprieties would not tolerato thu slightest infrac- Â¬ many friends in our little townespecially tion of tho rulu that no bride should bo among the fair sex recognized therein but sho who had The scribbler from this placo bos been taken vows to the Saviour accused of not knowing anything about Thero was n delay Isabel had bebn Cupids successful efforts among our overcome by the sensations of tho situations and had fainted Word had been young people nevertheless he thinks sent to Raymond that sho had recovered from the fact that so many relatives of a and would soon join him Tho door of certain young ladyara contemplating tho rectory wns ajar and Raymond was makinglier a visit in tWnear future atod nervously pacing tho priests study as the gentleman himself is rusticating whero hu had been brought by tho cler near here there Is surely something in gyman who wished to inspect tho dls it pensations that abolished tho publication of tho bans nnd other formalities inMy littlo boy was very bad off for two cidental to tho marriago contract whon months with dlarrhiea We used var- Â¬ religiously carried out Mangan on tho way up had thought ious medicines also called in two doctors it most likoly that tho marriago would but nothing done him any good untl we bo performed in tho rectory Tho car used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and ran past tho door on its way to an ad- Â¬ Diarrluen Remedy which gave immedjoining country town Dr Loland and iate relief and soon Cured him I ho alighted ran up the steps rushed in consider it the best medicine made and and Raymond and tho priest camo out can conscientiously recommend it to all oxpecting tho brides arrival Both who need a dlarrhao or colic medicine started back It was Mangnua pres J E Hare Treuton Tex 25 ami 50 ence that surprised them Tho priest believed him to bo dead Raymond cent bottles for salo by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincbeloo Mcador deemed bo had been frightened away His nppenranco upsot both ft Co Hardinsburg Ky Has ho been married asked Man gau breathlessly pointing to Raymond SHILOH No answered the priest Where havo you comu from in Gods name Mr Charlie Cashman will teach the There wus no reply Mangan dashed Shiloh school by him like un electric flash his right Mr Wi H Bandy has ono of the finest hand struck out mid Raymond InyproH wheat crops In this vicinity trato on tho floor It is my turn now Ruymoud said Mr Mas ton Roberts has list recovered Mnngun from a long and severo Bpell ot sickness What Is this exclaimed tho priest Mr W II Bandy visited his son Jun- Â¬ What Is this Youll soon know was tho reply an ius Bandy near Lodiburg ono day last Mangan placed bis baud on Dr Leland week to restrain him fronijfolliftvingtho ex Miss Maxie lbndy is at home from amplo set by himself the B N College sickness caused her Raymond arose and cowered beneath the glances of the two visitors Tim return Mrs W II Handy will leavo us in a priest who know Klnifgan well under- Â¬ stood that thero was something to jus- Â¬ few days to visit relatives in Irvlngton tify tho newspaper mans conduct and and Garfield anxiously awaited developments Ray Â¬ Mr Mack Roberts is very low with ty- Â¬ mond entered too study and sat down phoid fever Mr Roberts is one of Shi at the command of Mangan A auspi jobs most prominent young men cious covemont toward bis hip pocket prompted Mangan to Bay Or Prk Cram Bktag Pewrfw Put your bandaoti the table and WmUi Fair HtffcMt Award here keep them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fidence laughed Yes that obituary saya bo llvo up Doctor I guess Mnngan ho added turning to tho reputution to tho physician But ho continued looking up nt Black hes not marrying for love un Tho idea of less it is lovo for money it my turn now Ibiymnml wW Raymond obeyed Ho looked appeal ingly to tho priest and tho Inttcr turned to Mnngan nsklng What is tho meaning of nil this It means first that I am still alivo Again that this man rsn scoundrel try ing to insunrc an innocent girl Tho rest you will learn If you listen Bald Dr Le Â¬ I ought- - to kill you land advancing lownrdtho politician but Mnngnn ngnlh motioned him to si1 Â¬ Â¬ lence nnd ho obeyed ptit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Last fall I was taken with a kind of summer complaint accompanied with a wonderful dinrrlnwi Soon after my wifes sister who 11 vis with us was taken in tho same way Wo used al Â¬ most everything without benefit Then on that very ppot Suddenly the ghostly actor arose asÂ¬ I said let us try Chamberlains Colic sumed an erect and soldierly bearing Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which unloosed the belt in which hung two we did and that cured us right away I huge revolvers and throwing it upon think much of it as it did for mo what it the ground at his feet lifted his hands was recommended todo John Herizler above his bead In the attitude of surren- Â¬ Bethel Berks Co Pa 25 and 50 cent der Tho beholder was still moro sur- Â¬ bottles for sale by A R Fisher Clover- Â¬ Co prised at this junction to see appear sud- Â¬ port Ky and Kincheloe Meddor denly on all Bides of the apparition other Hardinsburg Ky spectral forms wearing soldiers uniforms ALLEN TEXAS and carrying miiBkets which they level the prisoner smoke belching from ed at Harvest ia about over with a good tho muzzles of some of tho guns and the central figure fell forward apon tho arms crop it had discarded a moment beforo The Corn hud cotton are good for the sea whole dismal figure then vanished Eon though St needs rain This is a most remarkable visitation and I understand that Jesse Pool is coni it is true in detail Its fancied object tempiating going to Kentucky to stay is to settle tho mooted question whether I wonder what Ed will do when Miss Morgan was killed before or after he bad V starts back to her home in Kentucky surrendered Miss Mamie P lately of Kentucky is badly struck on Texas widowers LONG BRANCH People in this state or especially in tills county believe in marrying there Miss Berryman of Siroco is visiting at were three hundred and forty two cou this place pies united in marriage last year Can A Ditto Jr and family spent Sunday Breckenridge beat that nt Sulphur Springs Mr E Storms thinks ho has peeri Bob Malin of Brandeuburg is visiting away from his girl bo long she would not know him any more and says ho will Eugeno McGeher stay in Texas and llvo an old bachelor Mrs J II Sullivan of Louisville is What has become of Prof J II P visiting her mothor Mrsi W L1 Dobley1 Mrs Alice Brown and daughter Miss better known Out here as Mr Longman T Nellie spent Sunday at Mrs W U He stayed in Texas longer than he thought of staying when he came as it DooleyB was muddy and It took him a month to T E Jinkins a frequent visitor of get miid olThis feet after walking tw6 this place spent Sunday at Mr v C miles then went ofl without his shoes McGehees Tom certainly means busi- Â¬ Mr Jesse Gross of Weston was visit ness ing Silas and Charlie Payne yesterday Misses Edith Liver of Paris Ky Han He was raised near Bewleyvllle Ky and Brashear West loint aud Virginia camo to Texas several years ago Has al Rhodes ure visiting Miss Ella Hendrick nice black land farm of 05 acres also it Quito ft number of young people spent flno Texas lady for a wife Sunday with them among whom wero Misses Lillio Rhodes Daisy Mclntire The Little Doctor Mary McFarland and Mtesers Henry The great curative agent Electropoiso Shacklett Rob Malin Gem Fontalno rented tw6 months for 5 Harvey Ditto Will and Gabe Board Dont mist this opportunity of leasing A sumptuous dinner Eugene McGeheo the most skillful physician in the State li pleasant time re- Â¬ was partaken of and makes no errors gives no medicine but ported does cure disease where all else fails One thousand of these Instruments will bo rented for the above nominal price Aftor this supply has been exhausted old terms which wero much higher will The Electropoise proves bo resumed About 18 months or two its worth by its works Read the follow- Â¬ yoars ago my wifes huulth guvo ing lettero which give testimony of Its way uml aha grew steadily merit worao She oould not retain Irvln Ky Feb 7 1804 scnrcoly anything sho nt and Dear Sirs 1 was very much pleased tho case finally asoumod tho with your reply to my loiter of January vorat form of idi Such candor is not to be found DYSPGPSIA and CHRONIC among quacks It gave mo more faith DIARRHCEA in you und your Electropoise I will and aha became a helplois inva rent Rand take the chances of being lid At tho nge of 18 I hud her Your truly cured tlndor the treatment of a good E A McCluiie hli oflorta to re Â¬ physician but lieve hor wore of no avail 8o In tho letter to which Mr McClure after matters hud continued refers we stated to him that bis disease thus for 8 or 10 months and was of such a naturo that we could not to dio I my wife had Kivoii assure him of a cure oven with tho took the enso in my own hands Electropoiso but there was a chance and purchased a bottle of Dr and certainly nothing else would do him Kinga good if the Electropoiso failed This ROYAL aERMETUER second letter received a few days ago bognn giving t to liar inwrUorna shows that wo wero mistaken and that hot as nho could drink it lioforo his case though pronounced hopeless and aftor onch meul tiding a was not so when the greatest of all n mo mild purgativo occasionally on dies was applied The following remarkable tory Is sent out from Johnson City Tenn The old historic town of Greenville thirty miles west of here is on tho eve A prominent busiol n big BeiiKiition ness- man of that place whoso name could not lie learned bus seon what be affirms to bo tlie ghost of General John Morgan near tne spot where that la mous Confederate raider fell during the rebellion A few nights ago this gentle block of man hud occasion to pass buildings located in the Williams lot where the old vineyard used to be and while near tho rear of which is said to stand on the soil that drank up the blood of the great chieitnin be saw the appari- Â¬ tion net ngain that memorable tragedy of the war When bo fl et saw the specter it was coming from the direction of the old Williams homestead which is still stand ing like it was the morning Morgan slip- Â¬ ped from Its walls to meet his death It was crouching along as if trying to pio veut any one from seeing it He thought it wns Romebody on mifcliief bent and btopped still hiuiself for fear he should encounter n despeiale burglar Tho ap parition as it proved to be camo within a fow yards of him and crouched low as He could if hiding behind something see the big soft hat and soldiers uniform but not until he had scrutinized the handsome face with itscharacteristic im Â¬ perial and mustache did he discover that the hiding figure wns unenrthly and bore a striking resemblance to the notel Confederate who hud met a violent death Jones Spring was in day lost week Miss Hilda Mnttlngly of Garrett was at Mrs UH Dowtlls Sunday Messrs Gene Gnedry nnd Daii Roberts went lo Woodland Saturday to w liners n game of base ball Mr Will Kendall came down from Cementsvllle Ind Friday to visit rela Â¬ tives And friends Mrs Chns Mlllcrof Hardinsburg who has been visiting at Big Spring returned homo via Ekron Friday Wheat lmrvist is hi re In full blast and the farmers say they have not hud such a line crop in ten years Rev A N Whitlughlll came down Friday from Louisville to fill his appoint ment at Salem Saturday and Sunday Mrs Hardin who has been visiting her daughter Mrs John Brown lor some time returned to her homo at Lodiburg Sunday Mr E I Lnwson left for Elizabeth town Thursday Ho will visit friends and relatives for a week or bo and then return home Mr Robert Shacklttt of Hill Grove was in town Friday to get some repairs for his binder and he says they will have a larger crop of wheat than they have raised for years There will be one fare for tho round trip on the railroad between West lolut and Cloverport on tho 1 1th to the Jikron picnic Tickets will he sold for trains olland M on the Rlth and 51 and t2 on the Hth Miss Mittie Taylor who has been teaching music here for several weeks returned to her home in Louisville Saturday Miss Mittie has mado many warm friends hero who rigret her departure very much town cine Â¬ Â¬ vuiuiii iia m uii v cica m af V 1 4 4 m il 4 1 T 1 Their sales attest their popularity Catalogue free at our agencies or mailed for two 2 ccnl stamps POPE MFO CO Hartford Boiton New York Chlcieo TTdJZjLr Vj Agent Cloverport v oiot liraln ower Headache WakuIulnuM loit Mnnljood NUIillr hmlMotis Nervoun rjeMRll drains and Ion of power In lencrntlToOrKxni eltbcr rexcauta ejcesslveutoor tobnccooMum orttlm broterexertlonjrniithrrtl crrore vK n iiianta whirh unci tn lnflrmitv fnmumDLlnn or Inoanltr Can bo carried In rout pocket br mall prennlrt Willi ah order no ff TtNyw wrlttrnRimrnntrelofurenrrrfiinil thu m inry Hold brail 3iTilfa JtkfnrlLlnknnnAllipr WHrAfnrfrpnMfldlrlt Honk Itpnt petlleil lnDUinwniDDor AMreisNEUViSEijoMaoulcTcuipleCuiCAao IIUUUK AU AtrlkUlBlNU KorlelnCIoTcrportKrbr A II FlSUKUandbr C C J1AUT1N Druttulsis MANHOOD RESTORED tocuronlnorTousUlteayeMtucUas WrnkAtiiuorr lperboxtorJ VrruVrird Si a jfit liln W rrvnr L Douglas eUrlT S3 O nwCl ISTHCOCST 5 CORDOVAN NO SQUEAKING Wt J WOBLD 51sf Movers Jacob BIG f-- Lv FRIHCHcVENAMELl0CALr 55p RNECAlf KANGARD1 4 35PP0LICE3 Soles EXTRA FINE t 2I7JBoysSchoolShoes Meyer JjgvPiw LADIES ffitOMWLa iSCNU t OR CATALDQUb and are on SPRING j TOP -- BROCKTON MA33 You con etirc money br purcbaalun llounlna hliocp Became we are the largest manuiacturert ol advertised shoe In the world and guarantee the value by stamping the name and price oil high the bottom which protect you against shoes Our price and the middleman profits fitting ami equal custom work in style easy wearing qualities We have them sold every Â¬ where at lower prices for the value given than any other mate Take no substitute If your dealer cannot supply you we cau Sold by S L SULZER Clovorport Ky l - i C M McGLOTHLAN CO Union Star Ky wE33r BANK OP Iterance mosshncks old fogies nnd their ways aro things of tlto past Grit push and enter Â¬ prise have taken their stand Because we meet the viows of the people In prices Becauso wo give them tho very beBt in quality Because we give the most for tho least money Becauso Big Spring is tho garden spot of the world in bargains Because the public finds every Â¬ thing as represented Because Big Spring and Jacob and Meyer are tho greatest town and firm in Breckenridge and Meadn counties Because with cheapness wo give novelty and durability Because every wholesale houso in the country seeks the advantage of our Cash Advance System Because we are konwn at home and through the country and appreciated everywhere HAHDIUSBTOG Capita1 Stock 25 000 Surplus D 7 600 F BEARD Frealdent WILL MILLER Vlce Preildont M H DEAKD Cashier Q W I1EAHD J V -- MORRIS ESKRIDOK R M JOLLY Dire tor I Â¬ INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Park Oiiesitv IlLts will reduce your weight PKHMAMNTIY from la to 15 pounds a month Ickness Injury M STARVING build up or health NO PUIJ and beauti the 11CITV 1 hey fy the complexion Icivlnir NO AVHIMCIES or flabbln ss STOUT ABDOMENS and difficult breathing surely relieved NO EX lKHIMENT but a scientiric und positive relief adopted only All order supplied aftor years of experience direct from our office lrlce fioo per pac age hy mall postpaid or three packages for 9 Testimonials and particulars staled acts All Correspondence Strictly Confidential PARK REMEDY CO Boston Mass FAT PEOPLE rl Last M not Least Because we have over 20000 worth of clothing shoes dress lurniture carperts goods wall paper groceries hard ware tinware saddlery China and glassware which we aro putting now before the people at and below cost to make room for our fall urn winter Dpnt miss tl 1 oppor-Â¬ goods tunity as every article in the house is sold at great reduced Call and examine figures and be convinced THIS IS THE BEST PHOENIX LIME CO Stephensport Ky a Jacob Meyer M Mir i ASK FOR IT POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reasonable conditions Our FREE fJQ page catalogue will explain why wa can afford It HELPLESS GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY INVALID Draaghons Practical Business College NASHVILLE TENN Write or catalocue Book keeping Penmanship Shorthand and Tele- W8 spend more money in the Interest ol 4J II - Alto Wholeule ind Retail Dealer In Yellow Pine Flooring and Ceiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime Sash and Brick Blinds ur KlnploTmentDepariment than hall the Uuslneta Colleges take In at tuition 4 weeks by our method leaching book keeping Is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan 1 1 teachers 600 ttudentt past year ao Ve havo vacation enter any time CnxAr Hoard recently prepared books especially adapted to and all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for Write nt and explain Sent on 60 days trial your wants N II Wo pay 5 cash tor all va Â¬ cancies at book keepers stenographers teachers clerks etc reported to us provided we fill tame HOME STUDY Homostead ailed Fertillzero and Troy Bone Meal Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR Ordert icoomnsulned with the oaih promptly Lovings Protective AND v3UlEBw raEA18JHWEMiSjf I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a prompt tniwsr oa an bonert opinion write Id who hTe bad nearlr flhr ean M U N N As CJ ezperlenoe In tne patent btulnae Communloa- tloBietrletlr confidential A Handbook of ln concern I nic Patent and bo to ob ormatloa tain tbtta tent free Alto a eataloif oa ot meebaoo leal and tolentlSo bnokt tent free Iateata taken tbroocb Wunn k Co reoelra epeolal notice In tba fclentlflo Amerlrnn and tbu are brouvbt widely before ibe pubnetritb ont oott to tba InTentor Tblt tnleedld paper luued -- eeklr elegantly lllottrated baa br tar tba Collection Agency THIS IS BIG PAY NO HUMBUG I W CAN COPYFUGHTS TO THE RIGHT KY Headquarters BOWLING GREEN rotiring at night Sufllce it to say in loss than a woek thoro was A WONDERFUL CtlANqD Boo could not n JUtlo of any Â¬ thing alio doairod and today is awoll woman She used alto Â¬ gether possibly 4 or 0 bolllus In my opinion OBRHETUCR HAS NO UQUAL L Watts Winona MU Â¬ Hat Irvine Ky June 10 1801 Dear Sirs I am well pleased with the nri Electropoise Have thoroughly tested it wnrl1- - eit A vhap KAmnle oobIh tent free JBuTidl b Kdltloa Bontblr tui a rear Anal by four months use and found that it oence Hrerr somber oontalu beau oeelea tlful platf In colon and photoiirapha ot new has done all and more for me than you heatee wrtta plaa aaabtlsc tmllden to tbow tba latjaal dalfTwuaeoureooatriaja Adore A friend who has been said itiwould aunii a vot nw ionic avi ItlKMUWAY watching Its efleeta en me came this moralng and asked me to send for one Yours truly for her Have Your Work Done Right K A McClubk I an now prepared to do Hetclaa work at Duaota k Www M Elrille bHh Ave Ky bard time price In HrkMl asd FlaeUilng Uyoti tre going lobaye aajr TOfk Am tu my wi j ttiwi niiwtr lmtw AUMtRT SCHINDIXR v t