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of Iliooklyn pivnchol In Tnlnmso t I tliU city this ovenlng toil craitp of friends basing his discourse on tho following tno passnges fi ointho Inulluo cpUtlost I Coilnth iansll Oi Kya Imtli not seen nor car heard nnd I Corlnthlnns xlll 13 Kor now wo sco Tho tormon was as through a glass darkly follows Allclpn- tlatiN or llcutcn Nov Jt Tho llov T lo Witt - rU msm NEVER FAILS PLEASfcHT TOTAKE ifTAAliifll rnpn for Chilli nnd Koer Intermittent ltemittent lllllotn nnd Malarial Fover Dumb Acue Hwamp Fever ami nil Diseases originating from u Torpid IJver or Malaria Perfectly luirmless contains no or aululiio nnd can bo Riven to tho most dolloato person with perfect Bufetr As n Tonle for Tired reellner 1ms of Ap rettto Headache Nervous Depression nnd ow Spirits originating from Malaria Itbtaudg ione and without a Parallel Arnle PIIIC33 bv Drvoalttl Tor Uottlo 8100 prnicralfik BoUt J C MENDENHALL sou ntoriurrons CO rrAJfsrizzn int v s A SOLD AND WARRANTED BYJ geosiccubbins DRALEll IN DRY 1 GOODS Notions Jowefery TINWARE l Groceries HARDWARE SALT Lima and Cement Alfo igent for the Louisville Evening Post STEPHENSPORT KY nriTim Fern en POST in ONE MONTHS TRLVL ok Tim LOUISVILLE The Bost Afternoon Paper the South All the News All the Gossip All 50c a Month the Markets 5 a Year THE EVENING POST C0 iorisvuir Louisville St Louis KY Texas R R Co TIME SCHEDULE TuHluif Effect At 600 3ST08 oclckAXSiiniayHij STATIONS 12 1039 Writ liiiumt Tnilm HtlLANP Eat Hound Ttaini UAILANB kxfrkis 745am MO IvUniunIootLoulveAr Kentuoky Street Alms House Meadow Lawn River View West Point Rock Haven tivtsa 120pm 105 V 845 14 1122 Iloasure Ridge Park Volley 1225 1207am VS2 e42 VM 0551 1007 1015 1023 1021 10 43 1051 bong Iiranoh lirandenburg Ekron luitou Irvlngton Webster Iodlbnrg llcroc Sample 1119 Both thco sentences written by the most Illustrious merely human bolng tho world over mw ono who walked theo streets nnd preached from yonder pllo of rocks Mars 1 III Though nioro ctasslo aisoclatlous nre connected with this city than with nny city under tho tun becauso hero Socrates and Plato nnd ArUtotlo mid Demosthenes nnd Pericles ami Hcrodltus and Pythagoras nnd Xcnophon ami Iraxltolcs wroto or chiseled or taught or thundered or sung yet In my mind all tlioo moil nnd their tcnchlugs wcro eclipsed by Paul and tho Gospel ho preacliod In this city and In your nearby city of Cor- Â¬ inth Yesterday standing on tho old fortress at Corinth tho Acro Corlnthus out from tho ruins nt its baso aroso In my Imagination the old city just as Paul saw it I have been told that for splendor tho world beholds no such wonder today as that nnclont Corinth standing on an isthmus washed by two seas tho ono sen bringing tho commerce of Ku ropo tho other sea bringing tho commerco of Asia From her w hnrves In tho construction of which whole- kingdoms had been nbsorbed war galleys with thrco baiilu of oars pushed out nnd confounded tho navy yards of all tho Hugo handed machinery such as world modern invention cannot cquul lifted ships from tho sea on ono side and transported them on trucks across tho isthmus and sat them down in tho sea on tho other sldo Tho rovenuo ofllcora of tho city went down through tho ollro groves that lined the beach to collect a tariff from all nations Tho mirth of nil peoplo sported In her Isthmian games and tho beauty of all lands sat in her theatres walked her porticos nnd throw itself on tho altar of her stupendous dissipations Column and statue mid templo bewildered tho beholder Thero wero whito marblo fountains into which from apertures at tho sido thero gushed waters ovcrywhero known for health giving finalities Around theso basins twisted Into wreaths of stono thero wcro all tho beauties of sculpturo and architecture whllo standing as if to guard tho costly display was a btntuo of Hercules of burnished Vases of terra cotta Corinthian bras adorned tho cemeteries of tho dead vases so costly that Julius CaMir was not satUQod until ho had captured them for noma Armed ofllcials tho corinthnrll paced up and down to sco that no statuo was defaced no pedestal overthrown no bas relief touched From tho edgo of tho city tho bill held Its magnificent burden of columns and towers and temples 1000 slaves waiting at ono Elaine nnd a citadel so thoroughly lmpregnablo that Gibraltar is a honp of sand compared nitb it Amid all that strength and magnificence Corinth stood and delicti tho world rAur addiiessed man ivtemjoence Ohlltwns not to rustics who had nover seen anything grand that Paul uttered one of my texts They bad beard tho beat music that had como from tho best Instruments In all tho world they had heard Bongs flouting from morning porticos nnd melting In even ing groves thny tiad passed their wholo lives among pictures and sculpturo and architect turoand Corinthian brass which had been molded nnd shaped until there was no chariot wheel in which It had not rpod and no tower In which It bad not glittered and no gntowny that It had not adorned Ah it was a told thing for Paul to staud thoro amid all that and say All this Is nothing These sounds that como from tho templo of Ncptuno aro not music compared with tho harmonies of which I spenk Theso waters rushing in tho basin of Pyrcno aro not pure Theso statues of Ilacchus and Morcury aro not ex quisite Your citadel of Acro Corlnthus is not strong compared with that which I offer to tho poorest slavo that puts down his bur You Corinthians don nt that brnzon gate think this is n hplendid city you think you havo hoard nil sweet sounds and seen all beautiful sights but I tell you oyo hath not seen nor car heard nolthor havo entered into tho heart of man tho things which God hath Indeed prepared for them that Iovo him both my texts tho ono spoken by Paul and tho ono written by Paul show us that wo bavjj very Imperfect eyesight nnd that our day of vlbion U yot to como for now wo sco through n glass darkly but then faco to face So Paul takes tho responsibility of saying that oven tho lllblo Is an Indistinct mirror and that its mission shall bo finally suspended I think thero may bo ono Olblo in heaven fastened to tho throne Just as now In a musoum wo havo a lamp exhumed from Ilcrculancum or Ninovoh and wo look at it How poor a with great Intorest and say light it must havo given compared with our modern lamps so I think that this Ulble which was a lamp to our foot lu this world may Ho near tho tlirono of God oxcltlng our interest to all eternity by tho contrast beÂ¬ tween its comparatively focblo light and the illumination of heaven Tho lllblo now is tho scaffolding to tho rUing temple but whon tho building Is dono thero will bo no uso for tho scaffolding Tho Idea I shall de-Â¬ velop today is that In this world our knowl edge is comparatively dim and unsatisfac tory but noyertkoloss is Introductory to grander and mora comploto viidon This Is emliiontly truo In regard to our view of God 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Woods and very latest styles 1250 and u S1C0 up 5b II II ecLi Ml HM wards i rci m IV y WI jL 5 0 Styles Hanging Pittser BlackS Go b J zzr Parlor Suits in endless 3 Lamps 200 j upwards - fc eOHVf d iiQimnigfcn miMriii VffKTyVXXl 1QMlinMAMii variety 2000 and up- Â¬ 7Arn Wardrobes 700 to ZZIttJWJtwards 7500 Finest line of China A Hi Folding Lounges 685 ft id jt wiiUini x ft m tal t i m mmmh uv uinm -- wifiaffiB5aaiinifikftf vhtaiii i jA9 Toilet Sets in the Coun- to 5000 r luts vr JHKMrt VtH wka 3kljVi s try from 250 up and odd Chairs Hr A I l v-- hr i i 3 r i BPIr X i riwsM i mmm H rf rani wji ii i i The above are only a very few of the line of goods we carry If you want a Bureau a Washstand a Bedstead a Set of Chairs a Rocker a Bed Room Suit a Parlor Suit a Set of Dishes a Book Case a Cabinet a Wardrobe a Clock Shelf a Corner Bracket a What not a Folding Lounge a Desk a Hat Rack a Stand Table or Extension Table a Kitchen Table a Kitchen Safe a Cook Stove a Heating Stove a Parlor Carpet a Bed Room Carpet in fact any kind of IFOIINITURE - CARPETS Or HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Whatever We have the i Â¬ AJtTID SEE COME most complete stock inTJSSouth or the largest house and Everything exactly as represented or money refunded West and The Lowest Prices on the Continent crags uncover tbolr scarred vUago and thero Now you is morning among tho mountains o homo and how tame your plcturo of tho morning scorns In contrast Greater than that hall bo tho contrast between this scriptural view of Uod and that which wo shall havo when standing faco to face This is a picture of tho morning that will be tho morning itself Again ily texts are true of tho Bavlouri excellency Dy Image and sweet rhythm of expression ami startling antitheses Christ is set forth his lovo his compassion bis work We are his life bis death bis resurrection challenged to moasuro It to compute It to weigh It In tho hour of our broken en thrallmcnt wo mount up Into high experience of his lovo and shout until tho countenance glows and tbo blood bounds and I have tho wholo nnturo is exhilarated And yet it is through a glass found blm Wo sco not half of that compassion darkly ato face Wo fool not halt tho wuruth of that loving heart Wo wait for death to lot us rush Into his outspread arms Then wo shall bo faco to faco Not shadow then but substance Not hope then but tho fulfilling of all prcflgurcmcnt That will bo a magnlll cent unfolding Â¬ Â¬ Pittser Black guess 219 221 223 225227 WEST JEFFERSON ST Near 2d LOUISVILLE KY Co flight to tlio throne of God siTylug In his Inst moment that which has already gono Into I nm sweeping through Christian classics tho jienrly gate w ashed lu thu blood of tbo Lambl An Automatic 1og Signal fog signaling apparatus has lately boon perfected In Diglnnd which Is of sufli Tho lllblo assures us thero shall bo a satisfacWhat I do thou knowrat tory unfolding not now but thou shalt know hereafter You will know why Qod took to himself that only child Next door thero was a housohold of seven children Why not tako ono from that group liutoad of your only onel Why single out tbo dwelling In which thoro was only ono heart beating responsive to yours Why did Qod givo you a child at all it bo mount to take it away I Why fill tho cup of your gladness brimming If ho meant to dash It down Why allow all the tendrils of your heart to wind around that object and then when ovcry fiber of your own llfo seemed to be Interlocked with tho childs llfo with strong hand to tear you apart until you full blooding and crushed your dwelling desolate your hopes blasted your heart broken I Do you suppono that Uod will explain that Yea IIo will make It plainer than any mathematical problem as plain as that two and two inako four lu tho light of tho throno you Just will sco that It was right all right aud truo aro all thy ways thou klrg of saints Â¬ Â¬ tainty of life But after all It is only a a looking through tho glass darkly was covered with Mires aud Joseph that he was cast Into tho pit and Daniel that ho denned with lions and Paul that be was humpbacked and David that be was driven from Jerusalem aud tho sowing woman that sho could gut only u fow penco for making a garment nnd that invalid that for twenty years ho could not lift his head from tho pillow and that widow that sho had such hard work to earn bread for her children You know that In a song different voices carry difforent parts Thuswuut and overwhelm Â¬ ing part of tho hallelujah of heaven will not bo carried by thoso who rodo In high places but and gavo sumptuous entertainments pauper children will sing it beggars will hod carriers will slug It ting it redeemed thoso who wero onco theoffscouring of earth will sing it The hallelujah will be all tho grander for earths weeping oyes nud aching beads and exhausted hands and scourged backs and martyred agonies Â¬ attempting to count says A groat mulll Wo ure titudo tlmt no mnn can number told that heaven Is n plnco of happiness but what do wo know about happiness Happi ness In this world Is only a half fledged thing a flowery path with a serent hissing ncrovt It a broken pitcher from which tho uutvr has dropped before wo could drink It a thrill of exhilaration followed by disastrous- - io actions To help us undei stand thu Joy of Wo heaven tho lllblo takes us to u river stand on the grassy bank Wo see the wiilept But tlio flllli Cow ou with ceasrdess wavo of the cities Is emptied Into It and tlio banks aro torn uiid unhoaltliy oxlialatlons tpriug up from It mid wu fall to get uu idea of tho river of life In huu on X OLOIIIOlJtl AND CVGIILASTINO IIEUMON Anov HOW WANV SHALL SB BAVKII TO BEE EVK TO KYK tl40 1131 CANST THOU FIND OUT GODl 1110 1123 1115 1100 1067 Stepheniport Holt Cloverport SUIImun 1052 1043 1031 1105 1120 lt40 1132 1157am 1314pm Hnwevllle lnlcon Iowltport Powers 1227 1237 100 10U Pate Arr Owemboro 120 134 I 50pm Arr Stanley Worthlngton Spottirille ilsikotU Honderson tve 1016 1002 048 033 021 003 840 8 30am Ive 814 803 744 T35 720am I 2 pHlVAtlOU OH r jr It I only M o yf Wo hear so much about God that we conclude that wo understand him Ho is repre sented as having tho tondornoss of a father tho firmness of n Judge tho pomp of a king and tho lovo of n niothor Wo bear about him talk about him wilto about him Wo lisp hU uamo in Infancy and it trembles on Wo the tonguo of the dying octogenarian think that wo know very much about him Take tho attrlbuto of mercy Do we under stand itt Tho lllblo blossoms all ovor with that word mercy It speaks again nnd again of tho tender mercies of God of the sure mercies of tho great mercies of the mercy that cndurctlt forever of tho multitude of bis mercies And yot I know that tho views we havo of this great being aro most Indefinite ono sided and Incomplete When at death tho gates shall fly open and wa thai look directly upon him how now and surprising Wo soo upon canvas a pictured tho morning We study the cloud in the sky the dew upon tho grass and the liutbanduiun on tho way to tho Held Beautiful plcturo of tho morning I Hut wo rise at daybreak and go up on n hilt to oeo for ourselves that which was repiwfuted to us WW1 w I001 M mountains ore transfigured The burnUued Cats of biateii swing open and shut to lei pass a bost of ftwy splendors Tho clouds arc 11 abloom and hong pendant from arbori of tilabustor and amethyst Tho water maki pathway of lutald paail for tho light to walk Tbt upon aud tbetu U morning on the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rushing out lu view of all hidden excellency the coming agalu of a long absent Jesus to moot us not In rags and in penury and death but amidst a light and pomp and outburstlng joy such as nono but a glori Ohl to fied Intelligence could experience gazo full upon tho brow that was lacerated upon tho sldo that was plorcud upon tho foot that wero nailed to stand closo up lu tho presenco of him who prayed for us on tho mountain and thought of us by tho sea and agonized for us In tho garden and died for us In liorrlblo crucifixion to fool of him to embraco blm to take Ills band to kiss his foot to run our fingers along thu scars of an cient suffering to say This Is my Jesusl IIo gavo lilnibulf for mo I shall nover loavo hit presenco I shall forever behold bis glory I shall ctornally hear his voice iVird Jesus now I soo theol I behold wbero tho blood started whoro tho tears coursed whero tho fuuo was distorted I havo waited for this hour I shall never turn my back on tlieo No mora looking through Impci foct glasses No moro studying theo in the durknosa But as long as this tlirono stands aud this everlasting river lows and those garlands bloom and these arches of victory remulu to greet homo boavous conquorors so long 1 shall sou thee Jesus of my choice Jesus of my song Jesiu of my triumph -- fur oyer and forevor face to faeel Tbo Idea of my toxU is Just as truo when Who has not applied to Oods providence como to some pass In life thoroughly Inex say pllMblef You What does this mean I lie Wbat UQod going to do with wenowi tells mo that all things work together for You oou Thin does not look llko it good tiuue to study the dUjxKiwltlou ami after He whllo ey4 about what Qud nutans I think Ue meaus to means to teaali me this teach nio that Perhaps It U to mutble my pride Perhaps It Is to make ue eel more dependent lVrhaim to teach me the uncer The-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hero Is a man who cannot get on In tbo IIo always 6ooins to buy at the world wrong time- aud to sell at tho worst disad vantage IIo tries this enterprise and falls tlmt business and is dlsappolutod Tho man noxt door to him bos a lucratlvo trado but ho lacks customors A now prospect opens Ills Income U increased Uut that your bis family aro sick and tho profits aro oxpoudod lie gats a In trying to euro tho ailments discouraged look Becomes faithless as to Begins to expect disasters Others success wait for something to turn up ho watts for it to turn down Others with only half as much education and character got on twico as well IIo sometimes guesses as to what It all means IIo says Perhaps riches would spoil mo Perhaps povoity is nocessary to keep mo humble Perhaps 1 might if things wero otherwise bo tempted into dissiBut thoro is no complete solu pations IIo socs through a tion of tho mystery glass darkly aud must wait for a higher un folding Will there bo an explanation Yes Qod will tako that mail in tho light of tho throne and say t Child immortal bear the explanation I You lemcinber tho fulling of that great enterprise This is tho explanaIt Is all And you will answer tion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ritOVIDKNTUl 1UNDUANCKS IX LIFE Thero is no question wo ask There aro hundreds of graves that need to bo explained Hospitals for the blind and lame asylums for the Idlotlo and insane almshouses for the destitute and a world of pain and misfortune that demand mom than human solution Abl Ood will clear It all up In tho light that pours from Mm throne no dark mystery cau live llilags now utterly iaserutable will be illumined as plainly as though Uie answer wero written ou thu jasper wall or sounded la tbe temple anthem Bartlmeus will thank Qod tbat Ihj was blind t aud buaru that he of tener than Whyl right l I soo every day profound mysteries of Proyidenca Again Tho thought of my texts is true when applied to tho enjoyment of tho i ight eous In heaven I think wo havo but little Idea of tho number of tho righteous In heav Your heaven will Ihj n en Infidel say very small placu compared with the woild of the lost for according to your teuchlug the I deny majority of men will bo destroyed tho charge I supposo that the multitude of tho finally lost as compared with tho multitude of the finally saved will bo a handful I suppose that tho fow sick pooplo in tho hos-Â¬ pitals of our great cities as compared with the hundreds of thousands of well peoplo would not bo smaller than tho numbvt of thoso who shall bo cast out In suffering com pared with thoso who shall havo upon thvm For wo iu o to remem tho health of heaven ber that wo aro living in only tho liegliining of the Chi Utlnn dispensation nud that this wholo world Is to tie populated and rudeemed and that ugos of light aud lovo aro to flow on If this tin so the multitudes of tho saved will bo in vast mujorlty Take all tho congregations that huvo assembled for worship throughout Christendom Put them together and thoy would muko but a small audi enco comjiarvd with tbo thousand and tons of thousands and ten thousand times ten thousniid aud tho hundred nnd forty and four thousand that shall stand around tho throno Thoso flashed up to heaven In martyr fires thow totsod for many years upon tho invalid couch thoso fought lu tho armies of liberty and roo as thoy full thoso tumbled from high scuffoldlng or slipped from the mast or wero washed off Into tho ton Tlioy cumo up from Corinth fioui Uiodlcea from tho Red Sea bank and Qonncsaruts wuvo from Kgyptluu bilckyards nud O Moons tiireshtig Moor Thoo thousands of years ago slept tbe last tleep and these aro this moment having their eves closed and their limbs stretched out for tbo sopulchcr A general existing nn attack from the enemy stands on a hill and looks through a fkld glass and toes in tho great distance multitude approaching but has no Idea of their numbers lletayst 1 cannot tell any thing about them I merely know that thero Aud so John without ore a great uumber Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo get vry Imperfect Ideas of thu reunions of beavpn Wo think of some fustul day ou oartl wtini father and mother were yet liv ing and the children cumo homo A good time that Hut it had this di an buck nil wero not thero That brother wunt off to wa and mivrr was heard from That sister did wo nut lay her away In the fioshness of her young llfo never mora lu this world to look lipouhorl Ah I thoro was a skeleton ut thu fiviit and tears mingled with our laughtur on that Christmas day Not so with heavens reunions It will bo an uninterrupted glud noss Many n Chrlstlin parent will look around and find all his children thorn Ah can it bo posslblo that wo aro all bo says hero lifes perlis over tho Jordan puxsol and not one wanting Why even thu prod Iguilsbero I almost gavo him up How long hudosplsed my counsels but grnro hutli trl All liorot all hoiol Telltliomlghty umplKsl IM tho lulls I lug ami Joy through tho city tho angels mention it In their song Wuvu It All hcrol from tho top of tho well but No more breaking of heartstrings Tho orphans that wero luft faco to faco poor ami lu a merciless world kicked and cuffed of many hardships shall join their A HeToltlng Spectacle parcuUnvcr whoso graves thoy so long wept The other day In a city not a thousand and guzn into their glorified countenances miles from Beattlo a grandfather and n fa forever fnro to faco Wu may como up from ther wero contending In court for tho cus different pal ta of tho world ono from tho tody of n family of chlldicn Ono of tlio laud nud another from tho depths of tbo ton children n blight boy of 10 years was placed from Hvivj ulllunnt and prosKrous or from on tho witness ttnnd and rupiiitedly de Â¬ scenes of ragged distress but wj shall all clared I huto my futhcrl I hato bluil I meet Inrapturuond Jublleo faco to faco hntohlnil Tho father boned his head and upon wept The grandfather a member of tho Many of our friends havo entered that Joy A few days ago they sat with us United Btutw toiiate by the way smiled studying tboMt gospel thutiiM but they only and tcoincd to approve It was a revolting saw dimly now revelation bath como Your fectaclo Tlio father was a feeble purpose tlnio will also como God will uot luuvo you loss ereuture probably unlit for custody of floundering In the daikiicss You stand won tho chjldreu liut iulxdy could tench thu boy dor struck and amazed You foul as If all nuy wursu lussou tliau bo toouis to havo tho loveliness of llfu wore dashed out You Imi nod Seattle Post Intwlllaencur ttiuid gating into tho open chasm of tho It Is very didicut to keep our little ones Walt a llttla In tho presenco of grave your departed and of him who carries them freo from the disorders oi babyhood and in his bosom you slinll toon stand faco to wo advise nil mothers to keep Dr I nils face Ohl that our last hour may kindle up Ilahy Sjiup handy with this promlsud Joy May wu bo uble to Ilidiiposltlon to do anything want n say llko tho Christian uot long ago douirt Though a pllgilm witlllux through gilp drowsiness nud pain In tlmtluV lug the valley tlio mountain tops mo guimlng point to liver complaint Laxjidor is tha from peak tyittakl or like uy dear fileud great llvrr regulator it brother Alfred Uookmnu who took lit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ clent merit to attract tho attention of all thoso interested iu tlio saving of life and property nt wa It culls Into uso electricity which udmlts of tho signals being automatic Â¬ ally woikcd mid nt tlio tumo timo records every signal ns It is given on n baud of grad uated paMr This pucr forms n comploto register of tho signals aud Is documentary evideuco in cuso of dispute ns to whether or not n vessel was signaling whciin collision occurred Tho apparatus consists of a tlnglu switch which Is placed ou thu vessels bridge to that tho signaling can bo controlled by tho olllcor When It isdoslrcd to blow tho ou watch signal whistle or to begin tho automatic sig naling whatover Its nature may bo tho lover is turned to tho under wny notch If tho vessel bo moving and tho electric current ut onco logins working tlio valvo of tho steam wiilstlo at regular Intervals conforming to what tho law sjiocllles Should thousclbo at anchor thu switch Is turned to nt anchor nud tho bell is rung in tho snmo way Tho register consist of tho band of pajwr proper iy subdIWdcd and moved along by clock work A traveling iioliitor actuated by an electro magnet pricks tho paper nt every found of tho bell or whistlo Tlio signaling can also bo madaut will entirely Independ ent of tho automatic mechanism by simply proving u button which closes tho circuit lending to tho bell or whistle Now York Herald JA5 ntiiiiiri w wt f tiiHtimmtnlp iiwwifrMiiiiwo1Wii Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVUM UKU a7 1889 TNObTDADDAQC Ij Nl li A T Ioritt Time turtl 101ft a in Went Knit Matt nnd KxpreM going Knit Kxprcu i Wcit Knit 1104 am 551 pto U67 IMS 1152 ii ra Mixed Weil 020 am Holiday Announcement For the noxt live weeks vc IF1- - 3ST iDHITTTTS Notions Novcltios Toys Etc TO OltU IOllltlSIOMIKVlN Gel the news and gel all the news and from Danas nothing but the new Celebrated Maxims in Journalism Jewelry Department Consists of n large lino of latest styles in all its blanches and quali Â¬ ty guaranteed A full line of Gold Gold Filled Silver and Nickel Watches in Ladies and Gents sizes prices from 250 up Clovcrporl A KcnturUy beautiful anil growing little cttjr of 2000 iltuated on the Ohio river 110 Inhabitant inllci from louliillle tijr water an J 73 tullti of by rail Tbo largeat town In the count llrerkenrldgo with a imputation of ocr 20000 Area ISO acre ft ml 1000 acre moro nvnllnble Tor manufacturing rltca outride city limit She hai one bink one newtpnper a commer cial club fix churclici free high ichool flour- Â¬ ing mill planing mill ntul saw mill two ex irc counlei telegraih telephone anil promoted water wcrki natural goi low taxct to manufactories anil liberal Inducement brick yards tho feven tobacco warchouica belt canrcl anil bltumlnoui conl aipbalt anil an Inexhauitlblo lupply of the flncit plate glan anil In the world Poplar ami white oak timber In abundacce and floated to our doon by Clover Cannvl coal nnd creek and Sinking creek timber landi reached by coal road eight miles Lib long Heal estate low and rents cheap Fine eral Inducements to manufactories opening for woolen mills glass factories pottery wagon factory furniture factory or nny kind of manufacturing enterprises Situ ation high dry nnd healthful Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ expect o offer nl iiccrt iih low ns the lowest tin immense line of goods to the people of tliis city and vicinity and wo hereby extend to One and All a eordial invitation to visit our Musical Department Vo SEWING AMO JUNES Do you want a Sewing Machine at a saving of 10 to 15 onngculs prices if so call on F N DIfiiy Wo can furnish nil makes as follows New Home 3500 White 3500 Household 3500 Wheeler Wilson No 9 3500 Singer N F High Arm 2000 And last but not least is tho won Â¬ derful Love machine must be seen to bo appreciated makes button holes sews with one or two needles at once makes straight or zig zag stitches in fact will do moro work than any machine made we defy Also a full lino of comparison needles oil springs shuttles belts etc If you want a machine be sure and sec Our stock will be complete in a Our Grocery DepartmeM Is full and complete in staple and fancy giocciies Choice lines of codecs teas sugars can goods flour meat lard molasses syrups knitif beans pick les potatoes cabbage etc The best coal oil in the city Fancy gioccries of all kinds Call in nnd see us prices will be made to suit you Free delivery to any pait of the city In candies nuts and cakes we arc lendcis we keep them in all shapes and qualities be sure and sec us before laying in your Christmas supplies of candies nuts cakes figs oranges bananas raisins etc Country produce taken in ex change at market prices Your trade soljcited F N DHUY Â¬ Jt Spfctaciis in am Guadkh in gold silver nieklo and steel Spectacles for weak eyes near sighted etc Silverware in endless variety for Knives the table and parlor forks spoons case goods and novel tics Gold pens and pencils in all sizes for ladies and gentlemen Clocks of all makes nnd sizes from 100 up all wi rrunted to run llcpairs of all kinds promptly lteincmbcr the attended too place at F N DHUYS HAHDINSBURG DEPARTMENT Mammoth SIor5 DIIiivb White Crystal Lenses whether they wish to purchase or not Cash will tell and yon will find that our plan is small profits and good Goods in fact we wish to Mead our as Â¬ please one and all sortment in the next five columns and judge for yourself after seeing the goods if wo cannot please you few days have music for all old and Vo keep a full line of Gents young rich and poor from a 5 furnishing goods silk handker Â¬ cent Jews harp to a fine Piutio or chiefs etc Wo will open in a few Organ Novelties Itich and Hare con Â¬ a bran new lot of days sisting of a full line ot plush goods G nilars Violins such as Drawing Cases Manicure Sets Shaving Sets Collar and Cull Aecordeons Hows Uoxes Fine Albums etc IlarpvMirlifcns Toys in endless varieties for the boys and girls carts wag- Â¬ Caliopes Drums gons velocipedes wheelbarrows Etc Etc tin toys pistols caps fire crackers Call and see us if you are lovers roman candles sky rockets In Dolls wo expect to surprise of music and if we have not what you want we can order same for the natives dolls in all grades kid boddics hair stuffed open mouth you at reasonable prices and eye etc Come to our opening tl which will be announced shortly X 4 DHUYS F 1 N DHUY to ect up an- Â¬ 20 000 This Is the place for Music mako this publication The interests of tho builders of the L W railroad and th citizens of this U magnificent county of Breckenridge are mutual and there should bo no conflict in their varied interacts Truly Yours J N Bipwk DHUYS Toy Department DEMOCRATIC TICKET lur County Judge Thos AdMison Sullivan is nbout John other liht for a purse of BEWLEYVILLE BRANDENBURG k AST ALL PRECEDENT I time it is with a negro and John says he will not fight with a nesro for less w v i UMiiiAm Ihlltor 1nr County Attorney Jndgn Milton Howl For County Clerk J U Monarch For Sheriff J S DeJernette For County Supt of Schools Ins W Miller For Jailer John Slaton For County Assessor Lcn Casbman Fur County Suncyor F M C Jolly For Coroner W It Pendleton CoiitKs convenes next Monday Natuuw gas nnd immenso too you forget it Dont OniNsiiuiio is to have free delivery post Â¬ Owcnsboro cets al service Inntmry most nnj tliiniz she wants except natural 1 KS lA AllilTm Hewitt has withdrawn his libel suites nuoinst the Owcnsboro Kvetiing Irquircr mid the Covington Common wpilth IliiKKKMunur County Republicans hnve made no nominations for county ollices yet but when those returns comu in from the school districts the thing will be B ttlcJ It is reported that President Harrison is Probably thntt it fait u very early riser nnd since V P Morton opened that cew saloon in the Capital wonder il he dont set em up occasionally Tub Lebanon Standard and Times pub lished in full last week the address of Hon J Proctor Knott made at the memorial meeting ol the late S S Cox in New York Tho speech was one ol on October 10 h Gov Knolls best and was likewise a beautiful tribute to his fellow statesmen Tut Gas companies uro now nbjut take steps to pipe the city and begin to to Â¬ utilize our natural ias Many have asked What are you going to do with the gas Wait u little friends nnd you will see Our people Home was not built in a day know pretty well what they nre doing and will lome at the right timo and in the right way at their business Om of the first things the members elect from tho new Slates done was to hold a meeting in Washington last week and de- Â¬ clare themselves in favor of a tax on the The funning industries of the country arming industries in this country need no Hut protective duties levied upon them it is this sjstem of robbery under the guiso of protection that is crushing the far Â¬ mer and the thing ho wants to bo rid ol The more than all others under the sun new members elect should paste this in their batF Women nre becoming quite as Bkillful in Tho handling pistole now days as men other day on the streets of New York In a the midst of a crowded thoroughfare woman spotted a man whom Bhe claimed had criminally wronged her uiid drawing her pistol put five holcsJiiiiini tkvsboot Tho lady is a Mrs ing hioi to death Soutliworlb and tho victim ol her deadly assault a Mr Petturs secretary of n ruil rojd and millionaire of New York Mn J K Diddle of Hardinsburg agent for the McCracken liras makes a response to tho interview with Mr Ii I Hoard which appeared in the Xfcvit lust week in regard to the diligences existing between the people of Hurdinebury and tho Mc Crnckens over the location of tho u II We still hope that these and W railroad disputes may be tatisfactorily settled and that the railroad and the people may come to an understanding and work trgelher in The Ilaptist meeting closed last Friday to Thomas Clay McDowell night the late Col Goodloo has been appointed The Court of Claims adjourned lust by the President Collector of Internal Thursday Mr Revenue in the Lexington district McDowell is a jounn man twenty three Dr A M Kinchlno has moved into his years of one and said to be very capable new residence It for diBiuginn tho duties of the oDice Rev J C Pdirio will pranh a Tli inks is tbougut that Mrs Goodloo will be given giving sermon to morrow the Lexington Iost oflice Mrs Emma Waldo leaves this week to visit her sister in Missouri Ouu neighbors at Stephensport Webster A half dozen street lamps aro to be put Ilawesville Big Spring Klizabethtown Owcnsboro Tell City Iewisport and Hen- Â¬ up on Main Btreet shortly Henry Horned was elected bridge com- Â¬ derson have met with failures in natural gas exploration or are still seeking with missioner over Mr Jumes Stuart Fortunately but littlo encouragement Ilisbop MiCloskey of Louisville was however Cloverport has plenty and to hero laBt Sunday nnd held services at the spare and if they will pipe from us we will Catholic church furnish it to them on fair terms A rock pile on which to mako the j lil birds work out their fines would bo a good Tilt Railroad Commissioners who have thirg for the town been in session at Frankfort have com- Â¬ Mrs George Miller has been quite sick pleted their assessments ou the railroads with pneumonia ut Mntthina Millers res- Â¬ The of tho Slate for tho piesent year idence in the country total mileage constructed in theState is put Mr I F Heard has recently conlrncteJ 200 at 2820 miles an increase of about Â¬ miles over last year Their taxable value for a strip of ground adjoining his storeto be col- Â¬ house on which to erect a bank is 10609 011 and the amount Dr Hayes was re elected poorhouse lected by the State at forty seven and one and Taylor Atwood the commissioner half cents to tho 100 Is Sliy888 poorhouse Keeppr for the ensuing year Mit John D Starks the negro post- Â¬ Mr Skinner has purchased ground and master elect for Drundenburg was here is putting up a hoop factory He will yesterday lie has not yet received his work about ten hands when his house is commission and wo think not likely to as completed the whito Republicans up there are mak- Â¬ liurrell Beard and Richard May have ing a stong protest againct him We pre- Â¬ purchased a car load of Pittsburgh coal sume his business here was to get some of to come down over the h II W It his friends who luno been urging his ap- Â¬ will sell at 18 cents pointment so strongly to further assist W W Williams Virgil Hardin Dr J him The negro has n hard old timo when R Fry mire F R Lyon and Matthias g o p he wants anything out of the Miller havo been appointed supervisors of the tax books for 1800 Since the walk over given the Demo Â¬ Commissioners appointed by the Court crats in this county last summer tho Re- Â¬ publicans seem to be somewhat demoral- Â¬ of Claims to examine the jail made their They made an ellort at Hardins- Â¬ report to tho effect that the jail wus safe ized burg about ten days ago to organize and seemB to settle the quesion of building a put candidates in the field for the various new one in tho future The contractors aro not doing any work ollices but the organization failed and as All their for tho candidates they are not bobbing up on the proposed spur into town like they used to Organization and lead- Â¬ force has been put on tho main line ership is what is Hauling and to get either which they wish to get completed to Mc or both jbey were forced to muke n raid Cruckens lumber yard as soon as possible on tho buck districts This thing of exempting so many men IroiM paying poll tax is increasing with tbo A mail who has practiced medicine for Court of Claims The trouble is that men 10 years ought to know salt from sugar who aro able to pay get these exhonera read what he says tions The Court should have sufficient Toliik 0 Jan 10 1837 proof before them always when such Messrs F J Cbenoy A Co Gentlemen things are passed upon I have been in the general practice of The following persons were exempted medicine for most 10 years and would Bay from paying poll tax by the Court of that in all my practice and experience Claims last week Geo McCarnish Tayhave never seen n preparation that could lor Robbins Hardin U ibbins John Clark prescribe with as much confidento of sue Sr Vulentiue Butler Roland Jordan ces us I can Hulls Catarrh Cure manu- Â¬ Win Bramlett Barney Lillard Lane factured by you Have prescribed it a Wood Bled Walker Charles Ilites Ztick great many times and its cllect is wonder- Â¬ Nimo for two years Chris Pcrrigo ful and would Bay in conclusion that I The Court of Claims received the work have et to find a case of Catarrh that it on the stono abutment on tho Brecken Â¬ would not cure if they would tnkc It ac- Â¬ ridge ridu of tho creek for the bridge cording to directions acrcss Rough creek ut Peter Cave and Yours Ttuly ordered tho contractors claim of 1107 to L Ii JOUSUCH M D They ordered n furlncr investi- Â¬ bo paid Oflice 215 Summit St gation into the condition of the abutment We will give 100 for any cose of Ca on the Grayson side and directed tbo com tarrh that can not be cured with Halls missioners to report at the January term Catarrh Cure Taken internally F J ClifcSKV 1 Co Props Toledo O Till Other Mtlo of tho llnllroiul tfiySold by Druggists 7jc ill n Iter Â¬ 1 Â¬ harmony At a banquet in New York last week ex President Cleveland spoke and said A good Govcrment was measured by busi Â¬ Hence tho greater tho number ness tests ofbutiueis men who ci gaged in minister Â¬ ing the aHuirs of slate tho greater will bo There tho eflicency of the Govcrment should be more business men in the Na Â¬ And Just so tional Administrations men who will counsel with their party nnd not get so hard hearted and bull headed When the that they cant be advlied Democratic parly walks up and lakes pos Â¬ sesion of the White Ilouin in lhj1 she will put t buiioeia man there and dont jou forget It OroTer I see un articlu in your iesuo of the 20th ins purporting to be an interview with B F Beard President of tho L II Si W rail- Â¬ road I regret very much that ha uied the expressions therein as lo my mind they are misleading and uncalled for building this The McCrackens who Primary Arithmetic GBWilson railroad never vlolatod aare contract as they History Milton Board understood il in their lives and it is doubt Errors of Yourg Teachers Prof Shacklitle ful whether they ever ajked theUirectory to School Government change a contract accepted or made by Opened by Maj Fowler them I doul kuow They will do as they First Years PupllH agrco always and under allcircumstanes Mlis Lzzie Smith and Others They have no aultnosity against the All uro Invited to he in attondaiico citizens of Hardinsburg and its surrjund Promptness coupled with a desire to help ings as alleged but on the contrary the by giving our ideas and txperisnee will do most kindly feeling and will do everything much toward making our meeting a sue that honorable- buiinesi men can do lo ac- Â¬ ccs In ft very particular Come expecting commodate the town and ihoso visiting It I a good time and let enthusiasm prevail as it is the most important town upon the J II Tile Pres II 0 T A 1hey dont want to shovo road mat Â¬ ters but draw everything to them and the IiADIICH tbo towns along tho lines of road they Needing a tonic or children Hut want building build iipttiouM tulo llltOWVl IHOV IIITTKHS In the absence of the parties referred to It Ii pleuint to take cures MnUrli Itwlgei DIIIquiiuM Altdcsnkrplt and as their friend I feel It my duty to JYiUlivrk Akocliillou TiikNkws Tho Urcckeuridge County Teacher As- Â¬ sociation will meet nt Hardinsburg Satur- Â¬ day December 7 1830 Read the pro Â¬ gram Kjsay Miss Lillio Cooper The Model Teucher Milton Coke touul OVER TWO MILLIONS DISTRIBUTED Dr P W Footus new house approaches Miss Lillle Hay was visiting in town last completion and it is a gem week Mrs Nannie Abhcraft received this year Mr J S Moremen was in the city last 1 000 for her crop of New York Pippins week Mr Ben C Dowtll went to Louisville Saturday was a busy day with tho mer- Â¬ Louisiana State Lottery Company Friday morning and returned that even- Â¬ chants Incorporated by tho Legislature In 1SC8 for ing Mr Andy Bickirstnff Is down wiih tho Educational and Charitable purposes and Iti Tho Women lrnlwe II II II franchise was mnde a part of the present The 0 oclock nt Mrs Nannie Hodges rheumatism State Constitution In 187Uby an overwhelming Tho auflerlng of women certainly awakens proved an onjoynblo occasion for tho young Several small lots of hogs hnve been popular voto tho sympathy of every true philanthropist folks who continued their sport to 11 ock shipped this fall ITS UltftAll JDVTKIOHDINAUV Their host friend however li li II II Uo ItKAWIftMM tiiUu place ScmlAn tatilo lllood linlni Bend to Ulood Halm Co and then parted wiih regre iiiiullv Jiiiioiiiki llf cciiibcril ml lt The Rock Gas Co U pumping iu Bick Atlanta Ua for proofs UltAlMD MMSlil MMIIiKK UICAW The new church at Sandy Hill has been erstulT well No 1 II L Canldy Kennosaw Da writes 1 lake place nn oucli of tho athor Thrco bottles of 11 U JJ cured toy wlfo of completed and the dedication loll moiitliN in tho your unit uro nil services Mr Jess Clarkson Big Spring was in tlrutvn in public ut tho Academy scrofula Sunday November 24 were conducted by or music Now OrlcuiiM Mrs It M Laws Zalaba Florida writes town Saturday I have never ucd anything equal to Elder D Dowden who has been the paslor 1J 15 U Mr Gaorge Frymicr is spending a few FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS of the church for over thirty years For Integrity of its Drawings and Mrs C II Oay Kocky Mount N C days in our midst Not a day for 15 yean was I free The coupling of Mr Z T Sliths buggy writes Prompt payment of Its prizes Hon Gus W Richardson Guston was II II II from headache entirely relbvod broke while he and his family were return- Â¬ Attested as follows me I feel like another person We do hereby certify that tee supervise ing home from a visit to Bewleyvilla and in town Saturday Jamci W Lancaster Uawklntvllle CU Mr John P Phillips ot Lebanon ii vis- Â¬ the arrangements fur ull the Momthli and wrlt My wife was In baj health fur threw them ull suddenly to tho ground Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana eight years Five doctors and many patent Their horse stopped and stood still until iting relatives her Stale Lottery Company and in person medicines bad done her no good Six bottles all were out of tliu buggy and fortunately manage and control the Drawings them Â¬ Mr Thos H Ditto went to Louisville of II Ii li cured hor selves and that the same are conducted Ml 8 Tomllnton Atlanta la sayi no one was hurt wiih his hogs last week For years I t uOcred lrom rheumatlim caus Â¬ with honesty fairness and in good faith Misses Tenia and Liddia Jordan and ed by kidney trouble aok Indlgoitlon Unusuully dull in our town last week toward all parlies and we authorize the I was J alio feeblo and nervous II Ii relieved Sorab Campbell who were pretty seriously Company lo me this certjicute with ic nod very little business done uie at once although several other medicines imi7es of our signatures attached in its hurt by the upsetting of a waggon in which f Mr Zack Hardin Holt Ky is visiting had fulled advertisements they were riding with several other persons his ltev J M Illchardion Clarkston Ark sister Mrs M U Fontaine writes Jly wlfi suffered twelvo yean from have we are glad to learn abcut recovered rheumatlim and female complaint A lady Mrs Osborne and Mrs Sarah Belruear from their Injuries member of my church had been cured by II are visiting Mrs Lou Moremen Ii Ii She penuaded my wife to try it who At the Court of Claims Mr Smith sitt- Â¬ now lays there li nothing like II II 11 ai It Bro Morrison will preach a Thanksgiv Â¬ ing on one side of tbo judge and becoming quickly gave her reltcf ing sermon at the M E Chnrch Thursday so much absorbed in the very interesting CoiumUkioiiors The Baptist church is very handsome proceedings of the court he bo far forgot UNION STAR B e the undersigned Hanks and Bank Â¬ on the inside after receiving new paper himself as to put both feet upon the bar ers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louis- Â¬ and pews Mrs C M Mr Hlotbiu has the rheumat Â¬ almost in the judges face Mr Jones sitt- Â¬ iana slate Lotteries which may be pre Â¬ ing on the opposite Bide of the judge with For wedding nnd X mas presents buy of sented at our counters ism m uAiiitisiii Shelman ho guarantees his prices or Ircii roiiuiuiiu Work on the new storo seems to bo pro Â¬ a cane reached across and with a sudden Nnllonnl Iliiuk thtust sent Smiths feet to the tloor with a money refunded gressing rapidly IANAUX Stuto No- bang and this brought the part of the court Since the larger packets have come out tloual liaiilc Miss Dixie Perrigo of Stephensport who saw it down with suppresed laughter the people have slacked up trnveling fo A IMLUWIH Now Orlcuim made a business trip National Hunk The Cash Storo at Bewleyville wishes to much on the railroad Mr Burton Cunningham of Little Dixie C4KIi KOIIN Union National say lo the boys who run the New York Several mule buyers from the upper Iluuk wus iu town last week store over there at Hampton that ex- Â¬ counties were in town last week but dont Mr E A Richardson was at home for a perience has something to do with tbo think they JDHJl secured any In the Academy of Music NewOrleans few hours one day last week goods business as well as with every other There is a brund spanking new wedding Tuesday December 17 1889 Mr Louie May of Hardinsburg was in business and that it is a fact that the Cash suit in town and it will not be long until Capital Prize 600000 for a brief period last week storo is selling piles of goods nt just what somebodys name is Dennis 100000 TlckctN ut IO IIuIvcn 420 you pay and making u nice profit at the Miss Kate Hawkins of Stephensport luurtorN 610 UIciuIih Lots of wt weather last week just the Im same time The Cash store received Satur- Â¬ Helling lVuctlm 81 en was at Mr Biggs last week thing tbo farmers were not needing as il 1 PRIZE OP day last a nice line of Overcoats and Cassi 000000 Ii 600000 Mr Cbappell went to Owcnsboro last 1 PRIZE OF 200000 Is 200001 mere suits that will be sold at just exactly greatly interfered with the getting out of 1 PRIZE OE week and relumed the same day 100000 Is corn 100000 what you have been paying for the same 1 PRIZE OF 80000 li 60 000 Mrs Minnie ONeal of Derby Ind is goods Miss Nellie Lewis spent Sundoy at home 2 PRIZES OP Just received also a second pur- Â¬ 20000 are 40 000 5 PRIZES OP visiting her sister Mrs C Crosson SO I0U 10000 are chase within a few days a nice lot of She attends school in Louisville and 10 PRIZES OP 4000 are 50 000 Mrs Y B Cart came home Sunday with her brother of Shiloh neighbor- Â¬ Beats the Bull Dog jeans pants The 25 PRIZES OF 2000 are 50 000 100 PRIZES OF hood who has been quite ill is getting Cash has on hand a large lot of mens fur Lawrence to see her mother 800 are 80 000 200 PRIZES OP 000 are 120000 better caps mens and boys bats mens net and For genuine clearing out prices look 500 PRIZES OP 100 are 200000 flannel shirts and drawers Mr Qid Basham of Daviess county mons and around and you will find Shelman is the APraoxiUATtOK rnizKs 100 Prlici of 1000 are 100000 ladies fine shoes A large lot of ginghams lowest on everything spent a day or two at Mr Chappells last Mens Full Stock 100 1rlieiof 800 are 80000 flannels linseys and jtans all of which it boots 173 Shins week J cents Boys Caps 100 Priies of 400 aro 40000 Two Number Tkruinauj will sell at just what tho boys 10 cents can and Miss Fnnuic Brashear of Cloverport 1998 Prlioi of 200 are 390000 come up Friday eve to visit relatives here over there are paying for the same goods Misses Lucy and Effie Rawlings went Remember tho Cash lakes the discounts iu out Saturday evening to spend tlie 3141 Priies amounting to and at Preston night 2159000 buying and that Is just one of the secrets with the Miises Washington near Irving Messrs J J Severs Jas B Biggs R T AGENTS WANTED of the low prices at the Cash ton and from there to Mrs Annlo Hern Casbman and Leon Cart were in Hardins Sdr Bot Club rateiorany further Information dons Sandy Hill to spend Sunday bur lust week I II ic V Ilulliva deilred write legibly to tho uudenlgued Very little well drilling going on now clearly itatlng your reildcnce with State Work is progressing rapidly on this line Will Milner was nl home several days last week on account of sickness in his and it is confidently asserted that the road owing to tho fact thut it cannot yet bo County Street and Number Morerapld return mall delivery will be anured by your enclos- Â¬ will bo finished through to Fordsrille in utilized and it is unnecessary to spend ing an Envelojio bearing preceptors family your full addrcn monoy on them at present The Beutty cut about 12 feet They will Messrs Rugby and Hoeing the former ol January IMPORTANT It was feared this open up along in the spring im to A IAU11IN Frankfort and tlie latter of Lexington are is neatly completed heavy work would delay tho general work Now Orlcuiik There is some talk of a distillery being guests at Mr C M McGlothlans but as it Is overcome no fears are now en Â¬ erected here by two of our enterprising or ill A DAItlMIIV Mrs M J Ryan of Victoria Is at pres- Â¬ Wukhliiirton D C tertained Ihut Fordsvllle will not be reach Â¬ young men near town soon This will be Uy ordinary loiter containing MoNnrOuDna ent with her sick sister Mrs E B Gard Â¬ ed in January a good location for a distillery as there limed by all Kxpresi Companies New York ner who has improved very much fcxehange Druft or Poital Nolo Wit i av The grading on the Hardinsburg spur are lots of apples raised in this section o CUBBKiiOY lent ui by Kxpreis or5 or over Mrs Emma Parks and children Clifton from Goodman iu towards the town lacks and a goodly quantity of corn convenient Mills Bpenl a few days with her mother only about half a mile of completion Address RcgislcriTiers lo to E II Shelman has made one of the NUW OUIJJANS Mrs Nat Wellington sr last week Marcus Ktncheloes which is one mile NATIONAL HANK and largest selections of jewelry Now Orlcuiik Messrs Phelps and Kayo of Louisville from Hardinsburg The builders have ob Â¬ neatest ever brought to this portion of the country UEMEMlinit that tho payment of all priies were the guosts ut Dr Miluers last week tained and paid for the right of way as far and spent as much time as the weather as Klncheloos and whether the spur will Diamonds plain rings gold watches and llANhS of Now Orleani 0lm and tho Tickets aro signed by tho Proiident of an Institution would permit hunting be continued farther towards town will de Â¬ silver plated ware He can please anyone He will not be undersold by any besides whoio chartered rights aro recognliod In tho pend as things now look on whether free Mr Jos Casbman and grand daughter hlgheit Courtij therefore beware of any luilta he is going to givt to some one of his cusMiss Lizzie have gone lo Near Albany right of way is furnished by the citizens of tloni or anuonymous icheraes gold watoh sewing machine or tomers a ONE DOLLAR li Iho prlco of tho Ind Mr Cushtnan returned Saturday but Hardinsburg imalleit part or Traction of a Ticket ISSUED UY US The work of grading is moving steadily breech loading shot gun loft Miss Lizzie thero lo spend a few weeks In any Drawing Anything In our name forward on the main Hue from Goodmans of If you know where there will be a big fered for leu that a Dollar a swindle Mewsom Gardner who was reported as to ii Withers This is known as the dis- Â¬ seriously ill Is now some bolter but his puted part of the route but it seems the fat turkey on Thauksgiing day Mr mother Mrs Naunie Gardner is very sick builders have progressed with their work Editor and you get my name into the pot THE LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS AIR LINE and her son Will B has been telegraphed without interruption and have already I will forever feol duty bound to make done most of the grading the whole dis- Â¬ favorable mention of L K A ST L R It you on some futuro for and Is expected homo Monday Over tance Cloverport Is now In such high occasion anxiety for her sick boy and loss of sleep Decider Will Tuko Thing glee over her luck in securing the machino seem to have unstrung Mrs Gardners Now SHORTEST QUICKEST shops of the li St L T It R lhat your nerves AND REST LINE TO Mr Deckler Is a married man and has people ought to wring the necks of many two children at GUI Dih ave on tho third Church Note For six or seven yeurs he has old gobblers on that day PiiEBUYTKiiUK Cuoiicii Sundoy School floor worked for the firm of Wessel Nickel AND ALL POINTS every Sunday 0110 a in West lOlh st Gross of nre man- Â¬ Preaching by Her J II Morrison each ufacturersJi7of piano actionsTheyOn Labor Sunday night 7it0 Day he invested a dollar in a Tuesday night prayer meeting 7110 by ticket iu the Louisinana State Lottery is Effect Dec 16 1888 The number was 8171 lie read in The officers of the church News the despatch from New Orleans that When Ilaby was nick wa gOTo her CutorU Lv Louisville 845 am900 pui4il0 pm Arr St Louts 7U6 St r vices at the Methodist church Sun Â¬ ticket No 8174 bad drawn the capital When tho was a Child she crtod for Castorla 7i25 prize of 100000 it made his wife open Kvansvllls 225 tfiiSO nm days It a m and 7 p m by tho pastor her eyes He received a telegram that his When the becamu Mini n clung to CastorU For further liforinatlon call on or address Sunday School Sunday 930 a m by dollar Investment had jieldod 115000 He When she had Children she Erg them CattorU JOS S 0DIORNE took the ticket to Wells Fargo 1c Co for Supt A A 8lmons Oenl Pais Agt LounvllU Ky collection lie received tbn 116000 less Meeting Thursday 7 p m Prayer L IRYANT tho collection charge of tC50 Now Rtv W O BuNnoK Pastor Trav IAMgr Agi LouUvllls Ky York Dally News Oct S t lu Vs JfSf Irc Irc Irc u IIiitlli MAMMOTH WING rfc 4 lu lu Â¬ x ilr lay St Louis Evansville West and South West ImM -- I 0 I iilliWiW jjpP4Eq Overccnts must rc cbcnp- - nt Sulzers Are tou n subscriber lo this paper If not why Look out fur holiday goods hooii to bu dUpturtd at Sulzttu All ohitiinry notices lire limcrlcd nl lint rntn nl fivo cent n lino n variety of nt Sulzers living near West View lost his housu by firo last week S B AdkUson has bought out his putt ner C F Mnttingly In the furniture bus Â¬ iness There will bo Thanksgiving services nt the Elm street Methodist church tomorrow nt 11 a m Copt William Mil of this city has been commissioned n storekeeper and guagcr for this district under Col John Fcland 00 a year Tho price of this paper is in advance If paid at tho end of six months 125 nt the end of tho yenr Ladle you will find A GREAT GAS WELL THREE MILLION FEET THE SIZE OF IT Tho Wholo Country for Milos Around Lighted up by It A WillMakelt Warm For You That is our Siberian Storm Ulsters will do it and they are just thing for tcuniBtcrfl Btrcct ear driver and others whose oc- Â¬ cupation requires them to face tho elements which will soon be upon us in all their wild Western fury They nrc remarkably choap too Our stock of medium and heavy Overccoats is the most complete in tho city and will be shown in many styles of Wo aro constantly fabric and in all colors and at all prices making up and filling sizes so that we can always fit anybody who may call Our line of Suits for Men Boys and Children Our cau not bo equaled in magnitude elegance and cheapness to tho popularity of our own immense daily sales will testify home manufactured Clothing Tho people arc with us and wo Sec our beautiful window display arc with the people Season 89 90 IT1 u i Itickscckcrt Sachets Mr Henry Ilarpor Itcul tlnalior v 4 Both tlio method mul results wltcn Syrup of Figs is taken it is plcnsnnt nnd refreshing to tho taste mid nets gcntlyyet promptly on the Kidnoys Ltvor nnd Bowels cleanses tho sys tem effectually dispels colds licnd nehesnud fevers nnd cures hahitunl constipation Svrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its hind ever produced pleasing to tho tasto nnd ac ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its notion nndtruly bcnelicinl in its circcts propared only from tho most healthy nnd ngrccablo substances its many excellent qualities com mend it to all nnd havo mado it tho most ponular remedy known Syrup or Figs is for snlo in 50c and 1 bottles by nil leading drug Â¬ gists Any rcliallo drugpist who mny not havo it on hand will pro- Â¬ cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not nrcept Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ICO Who sells tho cheapest in Meade coun Ask anybody you meet and the uni- Â¬ Ij versal answer is Qco Yeakel k Co Brandenburg Christian church regular services Sun- Â¬ day nfternoon at the residence of W A sub- Â¬ Emberton David Slnrcliff Elder ject The Millenium Judge Williams Is expected here this evening to aid and assist the Ciuncil in the final brrangemcuts with tho railroad in reference to the machine shops Ship your produce and stock to U W Herndon k Co They get top prices and Henry Herndon make prompt returns is a hustler from Breckenridgo Mrs James Brashear of Stephcnsporl has retucned from Louisville very much improved in health through tho tkllllul treatment of Dr J U Matthews any substitute CALIFORNIA LOUISVILLE KY FIG SYRUP CAL CO SAN FRANCISC HEW YORK NY FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS We nro authorised to announco its a Candldato for Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to the action of Democratic State Convention GRORGEH MADDEN K Gladstone and home rule aro tho Irish- Â¬ The American calls for Can Â¬ Sold ters magic chicken cholera cure FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS no cure no pay by G W Short Wo am authorized to announco Aro you ready for the winter It is JOHN ROBERTS coming You need an overcoat perhaps nf tho City of Louisville n a cnndldato for Let us give you a pointer Judgo of the Court of Appeals subject to the a pair of shces notion of tho Democratic party of tho Third go to Geo F Yeakel k Co Brandenburg Apicllitu Dlitrlet It is n fact that goes without question- Â¬ ing that if you could get at the authorship of all the baudsomo dresses worn by the good women of Meade county their iden- Â¬ tity could bo traced to tho well known firm KY HARDINSBURG Brandenburg of Geo Yeakel k Co jrOOnice on Ilrlck Corner When a lady wants anything new stylish and cheap bIio invariably goes or semis to this house and she always finds what she wants Their stock is never in bad shapo In the annual Declamatory Content be- Â¬ WEDNESDAY NOVEMUElt 27 1889 tween the literary societies of Center Col loge held at Danville last Friday night Mr J It Skillman of this city who is a Oco Jordan is down with rheumatism student there was awarded the second medal There were quite a number of Stop nt tlie Irvingtou Hotel Iivinjjton contestants nnd the declamations were all Ky Jimmy is to be congratulated excellent Ono of Dr J E Browns new cottages on receiving the second honors where is about completed there were so many good speeches Hands and feet kept warm b Sulzers1 Mrs Chris Perrigo of this city died in gloves and hosiery Louisville lust week Her remains were gobbled with Tho cobbler is about to be Mrs brought to Stephensport for burial cranberry fillings from Snlzers Perrigo has been an invalid for a long All the business houses will bo closed time and a great sufferer and I er death to morrow from 10 a m to 2 p m She leaves a hus Â¬ was not unexpected Tho Dreckenridgo Bank has put in a band and two bright little daughters to Tho funeral services new fira and burglar proof safe with a time mourn ber loss look were held at the residence of Mr Harry Oehe k Bro shipped Monday night Lay in Stephensport nnd conducted by over 200 6aoks of bran and shipstuff to Itev W C Brandon and quite a number of ladies of this city Louisville Brandenburg Geo Yeakel k Co s reputation for Yeakel k Co Geo They have handling fashionable dress goods is well will please you in an overcoat established both in Meade and Brecken- Â¬ them in nil styles and prices Sunday at ridge counties and is a well earned one Mr Charlio Babbage spent too for they carry tho largest lino of any He is well pleased with the road home establishment in either of the counties man nnd is doing fairly well for a now have to do is to call at their mam Â¬ church will All you The ladies of the Baptist moth establishment In Brandenburg and give n Thanksgiving dinner nnd supper at you will be convinced of the fact Their Fishers Hall to morrow for the benefit of lino this year has been selected with un- Â¬ the church usual caro and u better assortment cannot Chas Smith who murdered a colored bo had anywhere outaido of the large cabin boy on the steamer Strecker nt cities Cannolton and escaped jail has been cap- Â¬ tured in South Carolina Tho Tublcunx at FUliori Hall mans pets Dr J T BAKER Physician and Surgeon Brkckenridge News Mual iinrviTiis The Mineral Center Gas Company had shot their well located nrar tho depot last Saturday It wns a bsautlful sight as soon ns tho nitro glyccrlno was explod- Â¬ ed tho water and debris shot out with tcr riflio forco high up Into tho nlr shower Â¬ ing fragments over acres of ground nil Tho go devil1 tho around the derrick weight dropped to explode tho charge a heavy piece of iron was shattered Into thousands of fngments But belter than nil was tho wonderful Incrcnse of gas which immediately followed A bucket of water was tho di charge poured into the well but the forco of tho gas threw it out in spray An enterprising individual got himself onto a board placed on the casing and was hurled off iustanlly for his experiment The gas roars so that cenvcrsation near tbo triliuo is dillicult with open pressure and can bo heard n ling distance It wag deemed unsafe to lock down the well for fear tie pressure might displace the casing until it can be securely anchored with timber which Is being done nt this writing nnd will be finished likely when we go to press It Is estimated now to be a three million well but whether it is so great as this or not its a well of splendid flow pouring fourth n tremenduous flow of natural gas The shooting of this well proves be- Â¬ yond nil doubt this field to bo a rich and All our wells can be profitablo one brought up to largo capacity and there is now no doubt that gas sufficient to supply ourselves and neighboring towns and cit- Â¬ ies with all tho gas they can uso can bo obtained here In addition to this manu- Â¬ factories to uso gas cau be built assured of We regard the demon- Â¬ amplo supply strations of last Saturday as important ns the first diicovery ol gas itself It is hero The Mineral nnd in large quantities Center well alont- - can supply every stovo and fireplace in the city with all tho gas they can consume in lbs coldest weather and have large quantities lo spare Tbo other wells need only the powerful and certain agency of nitro glyccrine skillfully applied to bring them up to the productive capacity of the Mineral Center and possibly greatly iu excees of it But a small charge comparatively of the terri- Â¬ If it bad been ble explosive was used larger greater results would no doubt On thin experience have boen obtained tho other wells enn improve and it is safo to predict that some of them can bo mado larger than the Mineral Center and all of them greatly enhanced Other companies are already taking Bteps to torpedo their wells and within a short time wo shall know positively the results ft t JULIUS S E WINTER ClotlilerH LOUISVILLE GO KY h5 IBBr Our choice assortment of Old Reliable MOOLEYVILLE Mr Barme Parr is teaching tbo district school at tbo Burch school house buc cess to our friond Uarnie Wheat is looking Gne in this section of Prospecls were never better country Mr C C Clark went to Brandenburg Saturday last Mr Allio Conrad a young man who lives near here had 12210 stolen from under his pillow while be slept Conrad and Joo Allen were sleeping In one room nnd Perry Mock in another and during the night Mock came into his neighbors room and took his money from under his head On the evening previous the boss were joking and some one mado the te mark that Conrad had a hundred dollars So when the money was in his pocket missing and Mock seemed very anxious to leave the country it was euspocted that ho had the money An bgreement was made among tho boys that Sam Klder should go with him so the two got ready nnd start Â¬ ed While waiting for a boat Conrad and his companions came up and told Mock nnd Elder of tho stolen money and that Elder im Â¬ they intended to search them mediately agreed to be searched and not finding the money Mocks time came They had not searched far when next one lifted his hat and found a hundred dollars which Mock confessed was part of tho money which be had Btoleu in the night nnd that the other twenty dollars was hid In Elders barn and if Conrad Â¬ would go with him he would get it Con Mock is in jail rad has his money and ISA COR THIRD AND MARKET STS HUALU POINTS of MERIT VASE UPS combined with Iotilarillc Tobacco llurlict Lucky lcoplc When it was stated here that Wm and W P Fnwcett held ticket No G385C which last month drew the First Capital Prize of 300000 in the Louisiana State Lottery nnd had received their money 15000 a great many persons thought it was n joke The Times Journal man wishing to know the truth of tho matter saw the parties and was assured that tbo report was correct They received the money last Friday week by draft which was paid by the Bank of Campbellsville at They have for several months this place been buying one or two twentieths tickets Tbey stated lo us that in this lottery they bad always drawn enough money to pay for their tickotn up lo Ihe time of drawing the capital prize W H Fawcctt left last Monday for tho West where ho is to visit his brother and to enjoy part of tho fortune which came into his hands so easily 115000 is uo It is certainly a large small nmount amount for a dollar It will bo remem- Â¬ bered that some timo ago Mr Sam Frank Spencer of our neighboring town Greens bnrg drew 16000 in tho Louisiana Stato Lottery and that several times tho adjoin Â¬ ing county of Marion has been lucky in holdiog tickets drawing from f500 to 15 Campbellsvillo Ky Times Journal 000 Nov 0 II Murruy In WakliliiRlon lion Olflco Iookluir After the Pout Iw- And the Grcut 1mlior tutc Â¬ Tho Louisville Times Washington spec Judge David November 25 says ial of Murray of Cloverport Ky is in the Capi- Â¬ tal looking after the post offiie at his town Â¬ Uo hopes to havo Miss Ileniy the incum lie has been on a visit to retained bent bis brother Logan Murray the New York The Judge goes from hero to broker Louisville to consult with Col James Fisher of that place on a matter of mng Many niScent interest to all concerned ago a German emigrant Ezekial years Fisher came to this country and finally gravitated to Louisvillo where he died and He left behind him in the was buried a bachelor brother who after- Â¬ Fatherland The wards amassed a splendid fortune bachelor brother left his estate by will to the brother in America of whoso where- Â¬ Tho estate abouts be had lost trace which has been in the hands of the Ger Â¬ to the man government has accumulate enormous sum of 51 000000 and Is ready for distribution to tho rightful heir upon proper proof The German government through its Consuls havo been seek Â¬ Judge Mur- Â¬ ing for the lawful heirs says it has been clearly shown that tbo ray ancestors of the Kentucky family was a brother of the unmarried man who left the Judgo Murrays estate in the old land wife is a great grand daughter of the emigrant Tho tobacco market drags along without made under the Incident or accident and with very little the bc t made life It is true good Burley when sweet and sound Belli high enough and elicits artisiic decora Â¬ active competition but tho offerings of this sort aro so few and far between that they are barely quotable Some of the oldest attendants on the market say there nover was so large a proportion of funked nnd moulded tobacco offered ai now ap This is accounted for on tho poars daily theory that when the stripping season which waB somewhat delayed did com- Â¬ mence li continued wet a long while and tobacco got very high in caso and so many farmers with inconsiderate and injudicious haste to murket their crops prized in Now they are reaping the that condition Hook Jirrplity Short llnmlTrlenihite U reward of their carelessness or thought r Hrile fir Catalojue and full Information lessnefs by selling their tobacco at less than half the price it would have brought NOTICE OF CORPORATION if marketed in good condition New Burley is beginning to como in The offerings now embrace Notice li hereby given that John II JIati more rapidly W V McCrnckcn It Jt 1lcrco Clinton Mo probably 40 or 50 hogheade duily of the Clarty i V Sllrman S M llcane 11 Jl 188 crop In character the new crop is Conway I J Miller W II Armondl J V Powers Jnmcj V Unto nnd John A Head showing considerable color nud is in fair and AnLle H Iierco havo nuocinted thciu order but lacks subslanco and body lelui together ai a body otitic nnd corporate Prices rangn from 1 for trash up to IG nndcr tho corporate naino of Tno Tar nnd White Sulphur Sprlngi Company with Its lar fine leaf She quotation of good nnd principal piaco of transacting Luiinem nt CIu fine leaf as applied to new crop must to veriiort llrcckenrlilgo County Kentucky 1 ho general nature of in business I to ac some extent be understood ua reiativo Hulro real eitate particularly tho Tnr nnd There has really been nothing of terms Whlto Sulphur Spring of laid county and the new crop yet offered which could As 1 am going into my newly itatc to conduct operate nnd mannge tho tamo strictly speaking bo classed as fine ai u pleaiuro and heilth rcjort together with will oiler the hotels rcataurnnta and nil proper appurenunccs fitted store house Dark tobacco is too low for comment appliances nnd property for conducting waterWhy farmers will contine to raise it is n following goods for strictly cash ing placet alio to drill operate for and mino gas oil asphnltum nnd other mineral and Of courso he has a perfect legal mystery mineral mbilancci nnd to manufacture same right to do it If ho chooses to starve his or sell mine Tho timo of commencement of Suits that cost 1700 for 1200 inld corporation wai tho 21st day of October stock stint his family mortgage his farm 188J and tho termination thereof twcnty lho and work hard all the year just for the 1500 for 1050 yean from said date Its capital stock is one sake of raising a crop of common dark hundred thousand dollan 100100 paid tip 1200 Tor 900 Its affairs nro to bo mnnaged by not less than tobacco and sellling it for barely enough seven nor more than fifteen directors a presi1000 for COO to pay expense of marketing we suppose dent vico prcsident sccrotary nnd treasurer it is nohodys business but his own but it to bo elected at first meeting of stockholders 8 00 for 500 for organiiation and annually thcreafier Its does look to a business man like there was highest amount of indobtodnoss shall bo Ten - 1400 for 1000 very little business sense in it Farmers Overcoats that cost thousand dollars and the private property of tho stockholder ihall bo exempt Irom coriit Homo Journal 700 for 500 Durability and strength and bands Rich gold finish elegant designs for harps New smooth working adjustable spring extension celebrated patents New American Duplex Rumor New Quilted Fount with Domes and unapproachable tions on a lustreless satin finish surface of highest order Let Youit Lights So Shine COME OUE WAY AND BE ENLIGHTENED Cioverport SULZERSKentucky BRYANT STRATT0N Business Collge AIHIEMfll LUU BdVUsLatlw lV lYu Removal Sale I Â¬ Â¬ Loiiikvillo Hliirket Ileport Corrected weekly by H W Herndon Commtulon Merchant Ill 3d street 2 2S Apples fancy choice 175 1 25 common Cloaks 700 - for 400 190 125 190 125 t Hats Co 2 2 50 for rnto debts This tho 23th day of October A 1 1889 S M Dcano Annio It 1ivrre 1 150 for 7i Shoes Brogans Boots 250 300 G for 2 25 1 50 60 1 150 for Tor John A Head James W Hates John li Hates Clinton McClarty H H Pierce W II Armendt V V McCrccken V VStlrman H M Conn ay J J l Miller Powers Potatoes Onions Dried Applei Dried Ieachc Hay 1 05 00 25 240 3K 7 00 li 17 3J 3 10 00 20 Indigo Prints only 3D cents all Oatt Corn St 75 4 19 10 1 Wheat Veal calves Egg v X it child of Mr 0 P A little Couch auction boss on the railroad who recently moved here died last Thursday Funeral services were night of croup held nt the Presbyterian church conduct Â¬ ed by Mr D Y StanclilT in this Head F N DHuys big ad He has the goods and is not afraid issue to let thepcoplo know it When you como to town call on him and let him know you saw his ad in the Nkws Prof Loiscltes Memory System is cre- Â¬ ating greater interest then ever in all parts of the country nnd persons wishing to im- Â¬ prove their memory should send for his prospectus free as advertised in another column Tho taxes County and Stoto for the year 1889 are now over due All personB owing taxes are hereby notified that ear Â¬ nest efforts must bo made to collect them Come forward and pay and nt once avoid further trouble L O QnciioiiY Deputy Sheriff Breckenridge County Tho largo and conspicuous advertise roent of iitlier Black k Co on our first page Is in keeping with the immense stock carried by thorn They havo ono of the hnndsomett furnitun houses in Louis Â¬ ville and carry everything known to the trade in their line It is worth your wbilo to pay them a visit oven If you do not Mr W B want to make a purchase Black a member of this firm is a Breck enrldgo county boy born and raised at Union Star who has by economy thrift and fair dealing built up quite a roputa lion In Louisville and Is now recognized as ono of the loading buiiness men of that city- - Ho thinks be is eutltled to the trade from this section and ho ought to have It lie Call on him when you gi to the city it always glad to seo his old friends If you want to tnnke him feel good and at the same lime favor us just tell him you saw his advertisement tn the Biuckkn iiunois Newh IIVHIIUHIA Ue llrowuU Irun Hitter lliyilcluiu recommend It aenulno AU dealers keep tt tl00 per bottle has tmtvpiark and crqwwd red lines on wrapper The entertainment for the benefit of the Presbyterian church at Fishers Hall last Thursday night was a brilliant success The night was a miserable one and cut short the attendance somewhat butn good audiliuco was present notwithstanding tbo rain and slop For an elegant and recherche affair on this order you can always count on our They never fail to Cloverport people equal the best on all occasions The tableaux wore splendidly selected No room and most tastefully executed was left for criticism In all the manage- Â¬ ment attitudes and ctTecU The control- Â¬ ling features of every scene were fully ap Â¬ prehended and strikingly presented bringing hearty encores from the audUnce Wo shall risk no mention of any indi- Â¬ If wo singled out ono ncono or vidual person to speak of we should do injustice to the others As the boy said about the Nary one of em is the botterest1 roads and we shall be content to say that the chole affair did the highest credit to all the participant Butter Chlckoni Spring Chlckom old Turkeyi llv dead Feathers prime 75 7 9 2 00 43 25 20 Mln Lolla Vlerce went to IouWvlllo lait 3K Mr Neeley Saturday LIVE STOCK here was the lucky man 3 80 Mr lannle Smith of Oweniboro wai In the Hogi choice packing held one twentieth of ticket No 53850 3 05 city yesterday Hogi light which drew tho first capital prize of 300 3 00 the drawing of The Louisiana State vliltlng Cattle extra ihlppen 000 in Mln Lettle Stuart of Oweniboro li 3 15 belt butchen Lottery Company held the 15th of last Mn K 0 Clark 3 00 2 05 medium The ticket was deposited last month Mr Iirael Holder and wife went to Louli1 Q0 2 00 common of ville Saturday and returned Monday week with the Columbia Banking Co 3 75 4 25 Sheep good ihlpplng tbis city who collected the same through 3 00 2 00 Mln tienile Urailear of Oweniboro wai common Â¬ the New Orleans correspondent the Loui 6 00 vliltlng Mln Katie Ilowmer lait week 4 75 extra lamb We understand siana Notional Bank 3 50 4 25 common lamia Mln lloia Crittenden of Frankfort wai the that Mr Neeley who is quite a young gueit of Mn D H Murray lait week A IMcilklllir Noilko man not yet having attained his majorityi 11 Oottrell of Princeton Ky It Dr To tho l uriiiom Of health and strength renewed and of Is quite elated over his success lie it a vliltlng Jhli daughter Mn O W Short caio and comfort follows the use of Syrup sober Industrious young farmer nnd this If you have anything to sell or if you Mr John Fliber of Webiter wai vliltlng wish of Figs as it acts In harmony with nature wind fall of luck will give him a good start to buy anything The Nkwj will ad bli ton Mr A 11 Fliher leveral dayi lait Â¬ to effectually cleanse tho system when cosvertise It fir you free of charge provided This is ihe first time he ever week In life For sale in 50c and 100 bought a ticket and ho certainly made a tive or bilious These it does not make over three lines Mr H O Olbion Mn Auitln McUrlJe bottles by nl leading druggists Columbia notices will bo placed in a oolumn set good Investment lor one dollar and Mn Lucy Jolly of Sample were In the Teun Herald Noy 1 apart for that purpoao and you will confer elty Monday a favor on Tun Nkws by making uso of It Day On Tliuiilcirlvlli To Clone Mr Joe Lallelit went to LaFort In J Mon Â¬ day to attend Farioni Horologlcal College merchants and We the undersigned He will lo abieot itx inonthi business men of lhl city ogreo to close our Menrs J S Hayden Aoiloui Haydon Bob honses on Thanksgiving Day from the Ileavln John V Stiff and toni lreiton and hours of 10 am to 2 p m Ihllllp or Mooleyvllle were at Mr 1 W O W Short Jno D Haulage Wednesday Â¬ Hearing that 16000 had been drawn by some one in tbis county in the last draw Â¬ ing of tho Louisiana State Lottery uud that the money had been paid and was deposit- Â¬ ed in the Columbia Banking Co a Herald reporter called on Mr Lucius Frierson the cashier of tho above named bank and learned that Mr T H Neeley of Blgby ville a village ten or twelve miles from Feathen mixed Kagi Ueeiwax Tallow Iemonul dreon Hldei Dry Hldei Sheep Felti ainicng Yellow Hoot May Applo Hout 0 3K4ii 35 GO 2 50 20 other brands 5 cents In fact all goods in proportion 78 to tho above cut 4 i 20 Save your money by purchasing 15 at the ttbovo cut rates This is no 2 25 2 50 advertising scheme to draw trade 8 10 but it is a genuine cut rate sale I want to move and and dont want 35 Ui to take any of Ihe above stock into 21 Therefore the my new building above cut rates are oflered and I 8 1 00 want my friends and customers to 2 get tho benefit of them If you 28 4 call within the next 15 days you will certainly get goods at prices 3 85 3 75 never before offered in this market 3 76 Dont put it oil but como at once 3 35 GREGORY Headquarters foe CO Reapers and Mowers Gruin Drills Fertilizer Cement Mich Â¬ igan Plaster Salt Lime Coal Oil by he Ikrrcl Plaster Hair iii Pine Drick ways Poplar Shingles Â¬ Plow Handles Pino Flooring al Â¬ kept on hand Orders ac Â¬ companied by cash prompt ly filled nsr ej AND -- w GOODS - S11AS0NA1I1 D S RICHARDSON Union StahKv Hogs and Chickens PROM DISEASE Dolayi aro dangeroui Do not neglect ceding SAVE YOXJK Prof Loisettes your llogi with Grits Oat Meal Cracked Wheal Mince Meat N 0 Molasses PRESERVES Peach Plum and Quince Currant Jelly Now Raisins New California Prunos Now Pickles Plain and Mxjtl Cabbage Krout Now Buckwheat Flour Rice Try our New Roasted ColTco Try the following receipt APPLE AND RICE t Babbage s It K Moorman L A- Co J Y Owen Stiri lait J Miller Chai Y Mattlngly Huckleua Arnica Salvo MEMORY ISCQVEIIYANDTIIAININaMETHOI JOS HAAS Hogg Poultry Remedy DR As A PUDDING P re and core V N DHuy Frank llalluian W a Short 8 1 Atlkluon UK A DSUIchardson Payne A Co K M Win Vest A Sons O filppel Ileavln A Ileavln Mrs II V Duncan K L Newinm HOLIDAY OPENING IOlt Blmoqi IlowutrAHambleton Witt ConradA Dyer May A Solbrlg N Nixon J FBulier F gelfrled Currl e Cooptr A lro The best salve In the world for cats bruises sore ulcers salt rheum fever thiurrT llrutlcal rooultt ol tbo Otlli to tof nlou riw1 ores tetter chapped hands chilblains ilwiiuuml iulrlr ullo luinpU M rob film bM of which corns and all skin eruptions and positive Â¬ SmXriitolhllilll tMinuUrity dunwitnt the I Of UUMfiU nl ly cares Piles or no pay required It Is guaranteed to give perfeot satisfaction or tvdv In tlh RmbulMrM iutklii n Bpoftiu money refunded Price 25 cents per box iuUupuuU u UirWoftholouwhUol For sale by O W Short Cloverport Ky IhiV hit sVrtwiiPMw ftuiltfd not Ky and J A Wilt Ilardlnsbur HWrruepeayJ Preventive of Dlseate iiLil remedy will put your bogi In a healtby condition arreit dlicaie and be worth to you n the end many more tlinei ill coit Vor ialt by Tali puddlugdiih half pint ol water and put In tho apples to simmer not long enough to brsak Take a teacupful or more of cold boiled rice fill tho applet tnd ipicoi between nllh rice pour tho yrup over all flit up with boiling milk bako about half an hour and tervo hot tart cooking apples to All a Doll a teacupful of lujar with Mn December 5th Subscribe for the Brkokknridqk Nkws gpfwVJflcnv JfTSV BEARD BECLERDcJERNEm Hanllnsbura Ky Dull mill Nuu iu JNO D fcSBWWjWFIftU Avenue NY BABBAGE 1 1 H Tho achievements of lav Hlnnlords Cat Ifgriilu Irollru tliu iciisoii width linvo led lo mi almost continuous stream nl con Â¬ nut riiiHdlcil In hcivhi li IWiblo lo gratulations to heir owner culminated we IT iHooimt Imliltunl ami Ilronir Drus nrn almost inclined In hope In one that tln piltRutU trt liy t 1iikililun tliu liowtM may ho called iiciiinlifinlly ibp trentest oiillriii lutlu r Hum ruin tin iMI i Ayers lllls liclng mild HTiTtlvc niul sensnlion over Innwii on the track har nUMiKlliiililtii In their action nrn gunor Wo do not believe that even n sin Â¬ none ally riCdiiitniiiiUil liy tlio faculty ui tho gle performance in iho days when trolling lipst of npciluntn was young or tho recent 212 of Axtell or Having Imoii wilijiit for year trt constipation without bnliifr ublu to Unit yet llio 203J of Maud 8 shook the mind lilildi lullcf I at latt tried Ajcth lJIN of those who over turn n thought to trot- Â¬ 1 deem It liotli u duty uml u plenum ting hoises with such vlgjrom surpriu as to testify tliut I luiu tlurheil Kreiit licit cllt from tliclr tti For over two yuain the 2 It made by the thrcoo ear old filly jiuHt I luivo taken lino of tliiso iiIIU Sunol on Saturday Inst every night boforu lutlrliig 1 would not 0 VV willingly lo without them In comparison with this feat liuw queer licwiuaii SO Kant Mutu St Curllslo 1a Dexter novcr had on scorns the sentence 1 lirno liocn tnltlni Ayers WW nml oat until after ho was four years old using thoin In mv family hIiico 18i7 nml cheerfully recommend them to nil 111 which Mr George II Alley ono of his ltuetl of n nfn hut effectual cathartic And early owners onco said to a friend John M Hoggi lmthiUtto Ky Goldsmith Maid tins fourteen or fifteen For clfilit ycnri I vra nflllctcil with when she trolled in 21 lUrus was near- Â¬ rnnitlpatlon which nt lint liccnmo bo had that tho doctors could do no morn ly old enough to smoko when he got his for me Then I hepnu to tnko Ayers St Julien was almost in the record lllls nnd soon tho bowels rocovoretl their natural mul rcpilnr nctlon so that not same class Vet now n S J now I nm In excellent health only leaves their mnrks behind but comes IoiiRhhrlilgn llrynn Texni Having iispiI Ayers Pills with pood to within n second m d three quarters of results I fully Indorso them for tho pur Â¬ the very top notch for which thny nrn recomniendcd inesCoiineri M V Cuntro Urldfio Pa The true superiority of these modern T colts may bo eMiggcratid by eomo people hut we uro inclined to think that it has been discredited into n gieater degiee sr ill rnxriniD Br just m in the case id the lircefiive lights Dr J C Aycr U Co Lowell Mast of the running turf The records of that tiulJ ty til Druggist tud Dtsler la Uidldnt field of sport show in utnre thnti one instance how contemptuously the admirers of n former period would greet the greater perloriuniic s that came after The un- Â¬ wavering champion of Boston for exam- Â¬ ple would look coldly on Lexington with the observation that tho fastest lour mile liehoM me now heal of his sire 740 or tho mark opposite A turkey with nblgT the name ol Kclipso 1M wonld have Tlmr 8 oclock n in if the jockeys and surely dropped to 71 5 p in ly trainers of the old horses hud known ns What will I bo much as the handlers of their descendants A wreck j A total wreck j Rut there tins been a real improvement A Irivestry on nnhnitol nrginlm of one equine generation over the other A wtlrd bowildcrliiy greater ns it happens with the trotter Kntsnglement of bono thnn with the runner This Sunol may be AnJ gravy called the best filly ever seen not with a A hollow mockery reservation in favor ol the driver and of With every wad of lulling the circumstances under wLich she made Kterniilly knocked out of it with full confidence that her record h A ghost Next yeur such sho really is in liersol Clothed In the with reasonable luck il aha does not bring Bony relic of Us living entity I Maud S out of the stablo in defense of A ruined destiny her supremacy it will be because the lat- Â¬ Carved out To iitand a monument ter mares owner has lost his interest in To appetite I the record and that is not very likely A gobbler with Ida gobble And how sweet it would be to see the lone to tliore chestnut mare move aain in earnest I Who gobbled In another key The man who could eter watch the bend A of her knee or the fold of her fetlock with- Â¬ Jin t bold out his miud being taken from the monot- Â¬ This Is Thnnkiglilnglay onous circle of tho track and being waked Hatil to a sense of perfection of movement un- Â¬ Vashlngton Iiit surpassed has no perception of either art For the first time since Maud What I know ubout the standard remedy or nature Dr Hulls Cough Sjrup I know tbntu S made her record there has nppeared an 2fi cent bottle cured me of a bad cough hi animal upon whom even betting might be luid that cliu would cjentually bent it 12 hours It is a fact form in Myriads of cases of rheumatism and Sunol trotted in her neuralin have ulreudy succumbed to that 218 In the next j ear she bettered that wonderful remedy Saltation Oil Price by seven seconds and a half If she can- Â¬ not knock olf two seconds more during only L cents a bottle tho rest of her career there is no virtue in maturity The year 1881 has seen a star Joint ItouiU Albert A Pope in on address before the arise upon the trotting track which when carriage builders association a few days it reappears in the season of 1890 may be ago said some things in regard to the im- Â¬ looked upon to blaze into a 6un of peetless provement of our highways whch are splendor As for breeding Sunol adds another worthy ol repetiou He said The Romans were without doubt the powerful confirmation to tho theory that list road builders in the undent world tho nearer you can curry the trotting act- Â¬ heir good lngliwuys was one ol the cnuses ion nnd instinct to the thoroughbred the of their superiority in progress and civili greater will be the result Sunol boasts lization When they conquered a provincp they annexed it by good road which the immortal Lexington for ngreal-grand-- n brought tbem within easy communication her X Y Sun with the Roman world When their terri Â¬ tory was so large that a hundred millions Alio lit Ills llrullivr of people acknowledged their military and Several jears ago my brother who lives political power their capital city was the centar of such a net work ol highways with me had a very Mrange sore to break unit it was then a common taying thnt out on his leg about half way between hI I roads lead to Home the body nnd the knee which nfterwards The best roads ol the world to day nre developed into a rose cancer It resulted thoau ol Kuuland France and Germany tliu excellency of which is due to the fact from a brueo made by the rubbing of the that those countries were the first to awak Â¬ stirrup-leut-e- r while riding en from the long Bleep of the dark oges The cancer continued to grow until it mid the growing rivalry between them necessitated attention to their roads for was about five inches long nnd three wide The llesli sloughed olf black rotten nnd the proper prosecution of both their mili tary nnd merchantile interest In each ioui aim it wus utmost impossible to pro country they camo tarly under the naliou cure u servant that would wait upon him nl supervision the results ol which are seen iu the most splendid highways in ex Â¬ the nir in the room where ho lay being so istence costing the least to maintnin and foul that it would sickeu anyone who en in every way the most satisfactory und tered jvvery pnysiciun ol any promi- Â¬ economical for those who use them nence in tho State was consulted and Referring to American roads he bujs treated my brother without euccets One Fify years ago there was some excuse doctor finally udvised blm to try Swifts for bad roads lor our country was poor Specific S S S he did o and used Now it is rich there is no excuse nothing else Do commenced to improve A good road is nlwajs to be desired and it is u source of comfort and conven- Â¬ immediately and after taking several bot Â¬ ience to every traveler tles was completely cured and since 1884 flood roads attract population as well as good churches nnd schools Good roads not tt8niptoin of the diieaso has mani Â¬ C A GRIFFITH linprote the value of property so it is said fested itself n larm Ijiug five miles Irom market con Â¬ Mhj flower Ark nected by a bad road of less value than Illk Iltiillli llroki IIom ii equally good farm lying ten miles Irom an market connected by n good road LnBt summer my appetite lulled my A larger load cun be drawn by one health bee tine poor and I wus iu u very horse over a good road than by two over n in fact I was compelled feeble conditio bad one Good reads encourage the greater ex Â¬ to give up nil business on account of my change ot products and commodities be Â¬ health I tried physicians and their med tween one section nnd another icines but without avail At length I be Â¬ Good roads are of great vuluo to rail- Â¬ gan S S S and nothing else After tak Â¬ roads as feeders I was entirely cured Of their value to tho farmer ho thus ing several bottles nud able to 10 urae business I increased epitomizes nineteen pounds In weight in less than It mutt be clear to auy man with the most oidiuary business instincts thnt good a month niter I commenced taking S S S roads mean thrift liberality nnd wealth J M Maiibv Abbeville S C They ineun gocd lurms und good value to Treatise on Dlood nnd Skin Diseases They mean thnt the farmer real estate enjoying their use will save timo going mailed free over them will shvh wear and tear not SWIFT 8PK0IFI0 CO Atlnnto Ou only on his wugnns but on his teams will boa richer man en account of them and have Hie more money to und nl the end An llitltor ovur I nolo Tlmt Wiiy of the year One of our exchanges Hpcuks of a milli- Â¬ nery storo Kept by a very estimable lady Hupp llouxlcro und says jhe editor was gratified to sen Wm Titnmous Postmaster of Idaville The editor says he was her stocking up Klectric Hitters has dono never so astonished In his bjrn days as he writes Ind more for uio Ihuii nit other rxcdlciuei was when the paper came out to meet the for that bud reeling arising millinery lady and have her strike him combined John ncrois the brow with an umbrella and tell from Kidney nnd Liver trouble of rnme him he was n liar und tl at she would tell Leslie farmer and stockman Find Klectrio Hitlers lo be his wife He didut know what she was place says tho best Kidney und Liver medicine mud at und he had to reud tho Item over made mo feel like u new man J W an hundred times to see if there was no Â¬ Gardner harduro merchant camo town thing spiteful in it says Klectric Hitters Is just the thing for a man who is nil run down nnd dont ScrofuU is one of the most fatal among enre whether bo lives or dies be found tho scourges which let mankind Cbron new strength good appetite and felt just onlc sotei cancerous humors emaciation like he had n new loaie on life Only fiOo and consumption are the result of scrofula a bottle nt G W Shorts Cluverporl nnd Ayers Sarinuarilla eradicates this poison J A Witts Uardlnsburg and restores to the blood tho elements of life nnd health Subscribe for the Rmkukknkihok Kkws 1 three-year-o- ld Constipation Tim Slur ir INHII Tliu Vuilltr of llOillli The Mans Story If wo hare heard correct aoconnU of tlm Tin loy hod beii lookliiR nt tho fat mnn nothing nure re Ilrnnlliui revolution for some time as ho strolled up nnd dowu tho muiknbte ever occurred In tho history of lopot plntf orpt smoklnr a good clgnr nnd his rt WE ARE Jetting Ready FOR THE Ayers Pills Â¬ WM With one of the largest and most ever shown va- Â¬ Breckenridge News tiii TiiitKivs iisr comiii ried stocks we have The goods are all in and we are getting them in shape for our regu- Â¬ 1 lar political tcvululluud Wflbuultliulim nl ilifeqitle1lf acdj really monarchy wm overthrown und n re ublie established Ihn etenl U nil the mure inleiffllnig he cause il wipes out the lint tram of Imper Â¬ ialism from thn American continent imvn H112I1 ns hang over the institutions ol Can- adn by kinship with Great Ilrllain Such a peaceable revolution as that iu Rrazll is possible only here public sentiment Ims grown by natural rocets to n calm nnd ditpnstinnntu but determined d sapprovul and rejection of the tnonatciial lorm of Tho yoko ol imperialism government never sat nil re lightly on any nation thnn He wns n on Rraz I uider Doin Iidro wioo and beneficent ruler nnd n kind old mnn reipi ctlng the rights ol his topi nnd entitled to the greatest respect for his courso in abolishing slavery iu his domin- Â¬ But tho J radical Urazilians un- Â¬ ions like our cousins ol Kngland taw no conse in serving the husk of royalty after Its Bub stance bud departed and even Dom Pedros mildness becamo an incentive to I herd sfenis to Imvj been his overthrow no doling whatevtr aguiutt the monarch Public sentiment had simply himself grown to point wfjerc a republic hid to be established aud it was established quietly peaceably and ns n mere matter Doiu Pedro had the sense to of bmluess tet thut an admantiue bulwark of public opinion was ut the back of the movement and he wisely Ion bore to kick against the No remonstrance uf his nut inevitable even a bloody war could turn a tide thut had Bet bo strongly toward republicanism nnd bnd bo long been gathering forse lie quietly abdicated and left the American continent without a veitige of royally up- Â¬ on it So i conies about nearly four hundred jenra after Columbus plunted tho Hag ol Spain in America nnd claimed the siil for royalty that tho last royal family ou the continent surrenders its honors and re- Â¬ turns to Europe and to the sume part ol Europe from which Columbus sailed Spanish royalty was the first und tho last upon the continent Founded in the pomp nnd nrrogonce of one of the proudest and most magnificent nations of the day it has vanished bofore the spread of those principles of equality and self government brought over by tho sturdy adventurers who landed at Plymouth and Jamestown When will the fame inevitable change come about in Furope Owensboro In- Â¬ i 11 tlmo for him to tell a story A Btory to pass away tho tlmo cerKb tainly ho replied as ho SAt down on a bag gage truck recently painted a sky blue color ho begnn You innt know gentlemen after getting his leg crossed that 1 wns not nlwnys nt tho head of tho lending bunking house ot Chicago No All my lifo tip to ten years ngo was parsed In tho far west on tho plains nnd prnh les nud nmong tho hills I had ns youlnay suppose and mountain I wns Just thinking numerous adventures of my cscnpo from n pralrlo fire but tho de tails might not interest you Oh yes they will I wo all cried In chorus Well ono dny In tho fifties I wns Journoy Ing ncross a Kaunas prairie on foot Ono morning I got up to find fifty miles of tall dry grass between mo and tho hilK A strong brccro sprang up with tho sun nnd I hail scarcely started on my way beforo I discov ered a great smoko to windward Tho Indians had sot flro to tho pralrlo to kill on tho rattlo snakes you know By Ooorgol but you were In for Itl exclaimed tho hnrdwaro drummer from St Louis Yes I realized that In n moment In flvo minutes I could see n billow of flame to wind- Â¬ ward It was at lenkt twenty miles long and spreading as It camo It was coming faster than n hoe could run I figured that it would bo upon 1110 In flvo minutes And you dug n holo Jij tho carthl quo rled tho gluo man fioin Now York I had nothing to dig with If I had had tho proper tools the tlmo was too short Then tho wind changed put In tho Yan kee notion man from Cincinnati Nover a point As I stood there that great ocean of flame camo roaring down 1 toward 1110 like the besom of destruction lost fully two minutes beforo I got to work I could oven foci tho heat of tho fierce flames scorching my flesh But bang It 111111 you escaped I I did You dont show any scars of burns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fnco vftnrihg n look of contentment nud 0110 of them finally observed that It was a good What is Â¬ ICASTQRIA teiSL M I Crtstoria Is Dr Bnml PHcIier old lmrmloas rh3 qnlok euro for Infantsjmd Childrens Complaints SaperIorto Castor Oil ynrogorlo orNnrootlo Syrups Children cry for Cantorin M11 - - -- iiPJ12Pi Mother bloHn Cimtorln Cnstorla rum Colic Constipation Hour Htoniacli Ularrhu n Kructolli WW te aUoa nMJ VMUUVIl I recommend Cnstorla for childrens complaints os BupprlortoanyprcKarlptlou known to me II A Archer Jt D Ill Bo Oxford St IJrooklyu NY Tns CftNTAtm Coumny 77 Murray Bt New York 1 t wmTmsMwraaT5M LvmTOwvrayD OUERBACKER GILMORE UKH 00 Grocers 31 cSs 321 -- W GIVEN aiEL St f LOUISVILLE TO FILLING ORDERS KY w SPECIAL ATTENTION FULTON AVE BREWERY No Well get to tho point I waited until the flames woro not over a mllo away and then 1 took my balloon off my back pressed tbo button which permitted tho natural gas to flow Iu from tho reservoir and taking my sent In the chair I shot up Into tho nir about C00 feet and let tho flames sweep under mo Ono of my boot heels was a littlo scotched but that was all tho damngo dono Do you tell that for truth angrily de manded tbo starch man from Oswego Tho solemn truth gentlemen Our com pany Is now doing a general banking and bal loou business sumo btylo of balloons Wo can and do undersell nil others Send in your orders curly nnd avoid tho winter rush Thats all 1 will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Brewers and BottlerB of PILSElrMPOHI BER Messrs Gregory Co Agents Cloverport Ky quirer Itvimirkiiblc Ituacmi GRAND ld OPENING -- 1 Ill OLID Â¬ SANTA this year and is rich he has lots of nice things in store for the little ones His headquarters as usual will every child in Clover Â¬ 1 Â¬ be at our house and port shall have a look at him before Christmas Eve his regular appearance on Watch for the open By order i ing day Mrs Michael Curtain Pliinfield 111 makes the statement that sho caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treat- Â¬ It is reported in TarU that th rrincoss do ed lorn month by her family physician sold her famous Ucmbrandts to but grew worse lie told her she was a Sogan has tho Chicago Art museum for 42000 Tho liopelcx victim of vonmmption and that portraits represent three of tho physicians who uro prominent figures in Uombraudt no medicine could cure her II er druggist Anatomy tho great picture In tbo gallery suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for nt the Haeuo Consumption she bought n bottle and to ber delight found herself benefited from The I II A AV lo lie Ixtciideit lo first dose She continued its use and Hurt ford Hurl fords Irutpcit alter taking ten bottles found heiself Attorney The Hartford Herald says sound aud well now does her own house- Â¬ Bidwell was in Hartford yesteiday ani left work and is as well as she ever was Free for Fordsville with Mr G W Hunger who trial bottles of this Great Discovery at with Meiers Virgil Ilenfrow of Hlnes Mill G W Shorts Cloverport and J A Witts and C W Butler of Shreve will act as a Hardinsburg Large bottles 50j and board of commissioners to condemn and wV3H flOO vnluq rights of way on the L II it W between the county line and Fordsville The organization of farmers into Gran- Â¬ Mr BidwplI stated while in Hartford that gers Wheels Alliances and combinations his principal reason for ccming this way by other names has for two years been was to look over the proposed line from going on at a much more rapid rale than Hartford to Fordsville He further stated ever belore The limit of the old Grange that he thought the prospect of getting the movement has long ago been pussed road extended on to Hartford was very These organizations now coutain a mem- Â¬ good He is a confidential acsistant of the bership of a million and a movement is McCrackens doing any ni d all kinds of on foot lo consolidate the Granges the work for them Something will be heard Alliances and all the other combinations W soon from the L H An explanation ol this movement as well as of the aims and methods of each organ- Â¬ Viiidirutcd ization will ho published in the December The Hardin County Independent is vin- Â¬ Forum by W A Ptlfer of Kansas dicated Tho Grand jury indicted Wil Â¬ liam Showers lor the murder of his wife You will be cured without an infliction Lena Showers which that paper hnd the if you take C O C Certain Chill Cure temerity to charge at that time of the mys- Â¬ for Chills nnd Fever Pleasant lo tnko terious deuth aud for which ho was assault- Â¬ Guaranteed Sold by G W Short ed by tho fellow now accused by the law as the most heinous crime possible the An exchange thus classifies the men murder of a yimrg beautiful and trustful who do the town more harm than good wife Stanford Journal First Those who oppose improvement Second Those who run it down to strang- Â¬ Tlio Color of Tlicin Third Those who never advertise ers In a few weeks our postage stamps aro their business Fourth Those who mis- Â¬ be changed in Bize nnd color The trust public spirited men Fifth Those to colors will be ns follows One cent ultra Â¬ who show no hospitality to nny one Sixth marine blue four cent chocolate five Those who hate to see others rauke mon- Â¬ light brown six cent Vermillion Seventh Those who oppose every cent ey cent melon green fitteen cent steel improvement which does not originate ten ninety cont Eighth Those who put blue thirty cent black with themselves Mail and Express Boats orange and the old two cent one will be Passenger on long faces when n Btranger speaks of cut down to about one third smaller and locating in their town Ninth Those who be of a metallic or carmine color For all way landing betweon Louisville and oppose every publiu enterprise which does llendorion tho elegant and fleet steamer not appear of personal benefit to them- Â¬ JAMES OUTIIUIE selves TKUi CITY CITY or OWaNSbORO You may huve been disappointed in One of the above fine ildewheel iteauier nan up and duwn dally Splendid aocoraraodatloui other remedies but you will never bt dis- Â¬ for took CHICKEN appointed iu it removing your Corns if you Oeaeral office and 178 Fourth itreet use C C C Certain Corn Cure Loalvllle Ky W VT HITE Pret D L runny Supt Iulo Ilii It Nlirlit tlotviiK A material which is gaining favor or night gowns is nuns veiling principally in pale pink or cream It is tho very finest thut can ha had and is soft nud warm It is trimmed with pleniings of tho same aud eomolimes with frills of cream Vulou clennes lace in addition Some aro made rather low in the ctck ard with shorter OFFICE Hardinsburtj Ky sleeves than formerly The fushion of Court House cashmere sheets is also gaining iu popular ity fur ihosu who cun afford them fo they are costly They are recoinineudsd us be Â¬ They may per Â¬ ing warm and healthy haps bo tuituble for winter use but com Â¬ mend us to linen or calico for the summer Thousands of dollars worth ot Philadelphia Hecord chickens - lied Itntn lied rain fell recently in the province ot Lubln Russian Poland The shower lasted for about ten minutes Tho peasant who mistook the red liquid for blood became panic stricken and crowded the churches where they were quieted by tho priests Sev Â¬ eral bottles of tho led ralu were cent to chemists hi Warsaw for mlcroscopki csmni nation For several days after tffa 6hower all the uirfaoo water In Lubln rrtts c- a dark pink color Exchange The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City Rates 250 to 400 Per Day According to Rooms rTiirkish and Russian Baths in Hotel LOUISVILLE KY H W HERNDON 0 ProdneeQeneralCo iMioii IMIIEIEBCZSItTZS Third St Louisville Ky Arand Schuermeyer No 144 Itj natta Heyker QpOCEpS CINCINNATI OHIO HOME AND FARM LOUISVILLE KY The Leading Agricultural Journal of tho South and West Mado by Farmers for Farmers As a record of puccessiut agriculture Horn anij 1AitM m 110 equal livery topic relating to nericuttuie is openly discussed In its column by the fanners themselves No expense Is spateil In securing n full nccouut of every notable suc Â¬ cess 011 the farm It is distinctively the record or their dally life presented In a form and language which make it plain to all ITS LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS Contains the nnmesof the most progressive farm era of the South and West They do not trent of theoretical farming but of the actual condl wllcl confront us to day II P ulilo P lirpwn Henry htewart John Johnson il btahl A 1 1 ord JeiT Welboru Hugh T llrooks John T HIlallwin and raT Steeles Ilayon journal indispensable a host ot others make this Morten er it Is equally A FARMERS OWN PAPER Packet Line assess4 Uvery subject of Interest to the home maker Is fully treated Mary Mnrsdcn Iois Catesby Mrs Drown Mrs Dnvlpus MUa rnin xti Alice Winston and a score of others will rontrib ute regularly FAITH A HOME MAGAZINE LATIMEfl Is In charge of our Childrens Department nnd she has the peculiar faculty of being both In tcrektlug and Instructive THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION B Cholera Cure s attention hhort stories by dlstlnguUhed appear from time to time BILL ARPS LETTERS Era ilIiri1fT by It nPIcarlS In Jluslcl muffs exciting wide Homb AND writes y AlBIBAdSIE Appear In each Issue and this humorous phltoto r CVCr mrC ltcrcsllut thau t ll IN ITS KDITOWAI I1paI1TJIKNT pfaVf 1oIdI ttml fearlessly In farmers Klghts it favors a re vision of the tarltrin behalf of the fanner t better roads for the farmer lree Mall Delivery to the farmer Cooperation among the farmers and It ntra is to liut Trusts Its motto Is Fair Trsil and tsrmers Itlglit iffiWw L Attorney at Law Send 50 cents for one years suuscrlp tlon Or send 150 and got Homo and Farm and Breckenridge News for one year Address JNO D BABBAGE CiovRitroiiT Ky Â¬ We are Prepared to do all kinds of of his Magesty Two llenrU Tltut Hum u Una J A Hajnoj of Clifton Mills llreckotirldite county undMisi Nulla E Mr W Old Santa Glaus jno d 11 111 With headquarters at Overton Hayiicsvillo will be married to- Â¬ morrow afternoon at oclock lfev W S Winkler will pronounce tbo words that will inuko two happy hearts beat at one oy 20 Hnrtfiird Herald i ii mmn The county sheriffs of this Common Â¬ wealth have pajd into bo Slate Treasury the neat little siim of f00000 die every year from Choi era It is more faql o chickens than all other diseases combined IHit the discovery of a remedy that cures if has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred clckns It is guar anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it ns a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Wvy Â¬ JOB PRINTING AT THIS OFFICE ASflfrfct for sale by B W SherVQItyerpsrt Ky t i- - Xhs