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Mtar 4J - - mwv- - r wv nl t1jfjp TO o LTJ THE BREOKENRIDGE IsTEWS VOL XIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER PEACE BE HEV DH TALMAGE 18 1889 NO 21 4 B ANTEE CHICKEN STILl PHEAOHES Cholera Cure I AT CAPEIINAUM Lemon Dciluccit from ilio Voytiffo of ClirUt mill III IHnclplcTliiit Nloriur NIrIiI oh Clciiiicunrot Never Four AVIillo Clirlet In lit Ilio Ship what Is before you but I know If you havo Christ with you nil shnll bo well You tuny seem to got along without tho rollglon of Christ whllo everything goes smoothly but after uwhllo when sorrow hovers over tho soul nlieu tho waves ot trial dash clear over tho hurrlcano deck nnd tha decks aro crowded with piratical disasters oh what would you do then without Christ In the shlpl Tako God for your iwrtlon God for your guide God for your help then nil is well all Is roll tor time all shall bo well forever Blessed is that man who puts In tho Lord his trust Ho shall tiovcr bo confounded But my subject also Impresses mo with the fact that when iioople start to follow Christ they must not oxcct smooth sailing Â¬ TUB TnOUDLES Of TUB APOSTLES HwAlRlYJMl if hi Thousands of dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the a positively discovery of a remedy cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ For salo by NEVER G W Short Cloverport Ky TIio flev T Do Witt Tiilmni pri nclnM hero trxlny to n group of friends on TIio Btonny lowe ago tnkliiu for liU toxU tho verses of tlio Ooicl following John vl 17t Entered Into n ship ntul went over tho ton toward Caper mid Mark lv S9t And ho aroso and iimim Ho snldt rebuked tho wind nnd tho sen In this fcoashoro vlllago was tho tem Â¬ Hero porary homo of that Christ who for tho most On tho alto of this of his life was homeless village now In ruins and all around this lake what scenes of kindness and jiower nnd glory and pathos when our Lord lived hero I It hug been tho wish of my llfo I cannot say tho hope for I naver exected tho privilege to stand on tho banks of Galileo What a solemnity and what a rnpturo to bo hero I I can now understand tho fouling of thu Im- Â¬ mortal Scotchman Robert ilcClieyno when sitting on tho banks of this lako ho wrotot It U not that tha wild eozvIIo Comes down to drink thy tide Cut hu that as pierced to savo from hell Oft wandered by thy side Graceful around thee tho mountains meet Thou calm reposing sea Dut nh I far more tho beautiful feet Of Jesus walked oer thoo Doc D I 15 Caifiinaum FAILS PLEASfllT TO TAKE Tim only Certain and IWcctual Cora for Chills and Fever Intermittent Itemlttent Itlllous and Malarial Fever Dumb Ague Nwamp Fever and all Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria Perfectly harmless contains no or Qui n 1 110 and can bo Riven to tha most dollcato person with perfect safety As a Tonic for Tired Feeling Loss of Ap petite Headache Nervous Depression and ow Spirits originating from Malaria ItBtauds ione and without a iarallcl ArnIo XUICE bg IruwM JPorBotUo SlOO prnrralfy Sold J C MENDENHALL sou vuorButroBS CO KrAysrizzn xnavsA SOLD AND WARRANTED BYJ GKT77- Prof- - SIEaiEST Loisettes MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In aplto of adultorattd Imitation which rnla the ol Oris theurr nd practical result of theby Inal In pit bd would euvloua iiiitirepi efteiitatlons tlio crnMnp andjnuiteof baalUmptatorobnlra competitor ot tli fruit of hla lalum all of which demonttrat tha undoubted autieriority and popularity of hie teaching lrof Lnlsettea Art of Neer iorgttin la recognized to day In both MeinUpherol aa marking an Kpoch in Memory Culture Ilia rrOfpectuaaentpoatfreegiTe oplnionaof people In all parta of the globe who ha v act showing uaily atudiod blatSyitem by correipondence tbi t hla Hyatem la uted only rhlt bring ttudied not afltrvardt that am book can le Uanitd in a ninalt readinovittul-nandtrlno-cure- I can now cosily understand from tho contour of tho country that bounds this lako that storms were cosily tempted to mako thcMi waters their playground From tha gentle way this lako treated our boat whon no Balled on it yesterday ono would have thought it lncnpablo of a paroxysm of rngo but It was qui to different on both tho occa sions sxkcu of In my two texts I cloo my eyes and the shore of Lake Galileo as it now is with but llttlo signs of human llfo disappears nnd tlieio comes back to my vision the lake as it was in Christs time It lay in a sceno of grent luxuriance tho surrounding sloiiod grooved so many hills terraced hanging gardens of beauty On tho shore wcro castles armed towers Roman Iwiths everything attructivo and beautiful all styles of vegetation In shorter space than in almost any other spaco In all the world from tho palm troo of tho forest to tho trees of rigorous climate It seemed as if tho Lord had launched ono wave of lieauty on all tho scene and it hung and rm uug from rock and hill au oleander Roman gentlemen in plasuro bouta sailing this lake and countrymen in Hsh smacks coming don n to drop their nets ass each other with nod and shout and laughter or sniiiglug idly at their moorings O what a beautiful scctiol It seems as if wo shall have a quiet night Not a leaf winked in tho air nota rlpplu dis turbed tho faco of Gennesaret but there seems to bo a llttlo excitement up tho beach and wo hasten to seo what it is and wo find it an embarkation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Theso disciples got Into tho small boats and I havo no doubt thoy said What n beautiful day this 1st What a smooth seal What a bright sky this isl How delightful is sailing In this boat and as for tho waves under tho keel of tho boat why thoy only mako tho motion of our llttlo boat the mora delightful But when tho winds swept down and tho sea was tossed into wrath then thoy found that following Christ was not smooth sailing So you havo found it so I havo found it Did you over notice tho end of the life of the apostles of Jesus Christ You would say If over men ought to havo had a smooth life n smooth departure then thoso men tho disciples of Jesus Christ ought to havo had such a dejiarturo and such a Ufa St James lost his head St Iliillp was hung to death on a pillar St Matthow had his lifo dashed out with a hal St Mark was dragged to death bert through tho streets St James the Less was beaten to death with a fullers club St Thomas was struck through with a spoar Thoy did not And following Christ smooth sailing Oh how thoy wcro all tossed in tho tempest John Huss in the fire Hugh Mc Kall in the hour of martyrdom tho Albi geuses tho Waldensos tho Scotch Covenant Â¬ ers did thoy And it smooth sailing But why go into history when wo can draw from our own memory illustrations of tho truth ot what I bay Soino young man in n storo try- Â¬ ing to servo God while his employer scoffs at Christianity tho young men in thu samo storo antagonistic to tho Christian religion teasing him tormenting him about his rollglon trying to get him mad They succeed in getting him mad saying Youre a pretty Does that young man find it Christian smooth sailing when ho tries to follow Or you remember a Christian Christ girl Her father despises tho Chris her mother despises tho tian religion Christian religion her brothers and sisters scoff at tho Christian rollglon sho can hard ly And a quiet plnco in which to sny her prayers Did sho And it smooth salllngwhcn sho ti led to follow Jesus Christ Oh tiol All who would li ve tho llfo of tho Christian religion must suffer persecution if you do not find it in one nay you will get ft in another way Tho question was asked Who aro thoso nearest the throne I Aud tho answer came back Theso aro thoy who camo up out of great tribulation great flailing as tho orig- Â¬ inal has it great flailing greut pounding aud had their robes washed and inado white Oh do not bo dis Â¬ in tho blood ot tho lamb heartened Tako courage You aro in glori- Â¬ ous companionship God will seo you through all trials aud ho will deliver you My subject also impresses mo with tho fact that good people sometimes get very much frightened Â¬ Â¬ tween Uiu linger niidtTio thumb ntul lie enldi Oh thou impenitent thou art falling now falling from life falling away from peaco and heaven falling as certainly ns that cano Is falling through my hand falling certainly though perhaps falling slowly And tho cane kept on falllug through John Livingstons band Tho religi- Â¬ ous emotion iu tho audlenco was overpower- Â¬ ing and men saw a typo of their doom as tho cano kept falling until tho knob of tho cano struck Mr Livingstons hand and ho clasped it stoutly nnd said But thograco ot God can stop you as I stopped that cano and then tliero was gladness all through tho houso nt tha fact of wirdon nnd peaco aud Well said tho peoplo after tho salvation servlco I guess you bod better send Living Â¬ ston homo ho is making tho rovlval worso Oh for gales from heaven to sweep all tho continents Tho daugcr of tho church ot God is not in rovlrnls Ono of ur exchnngrs warns Iho county corks nnd preachers ngnlust a couple who nro now on tlio road with a new and clover Iliej a young mnn and young swindle woman tct married nnd presenting a counterfeit 20 bill to the clerk or preacher nnd re- Â¬ teli him to take out n feo of ceiving tlio balance In good money depart Thoy bnvo swindled for another town Indiana preachers by ilio scoro nnd are preparing for a fitiitful raid through Ken- Â¬ tucky Kvcrjbody knows that the conditions for health nro not favorable when the somtich liver nnd bowels are disordered In such cases headache indigestion nnd constipation uro the resuli fur nil which ailments the prorer remedy Is Ayers Cathartic Pills FOUND AT LAST THAT r L D ADDISONS d Cheap Gash Store ADDISON KY Is the place to save 25c on the dollar We are still in the front ranks with largest and most complete assorted stock of KimV-t-V5 aoo AND UAV Again my subject impressed mo with tha fact that Jesus was God aud man in tho satno being Hero ho is in tho back part of tho boat Oh how tired ho looks what sad dreams ho must have Look at his couuton nnco ho must be thinking ot tho cross to Look nt him he is a man bono of como our bono flesh of our flesh Tired ho falls asleep ho is a man But then I find Christ nt tho prow of tho boat I hoar him say Peace bo still and I soo tho storm kneel ing at his feet aud tho tempests folding their wings in his presenco ho is a God If I havo sorrow and troublo nnd want sympathy I go and kneel down nt tha back part of tho boat nnd say Oh Christ weary ono of Gcuuesarot sympathize with all my sorrows man of Nazareth man of tho cross A man a man But if I want to conquer my spiritual foos if I want to got thu victory over sin death aud hell I como to tho front of tha boat and I kneel down and I say Oh Lord Jesus Christ thou who dost hush tho tempest hush all my grief hush nil my temptation hush all my slul A man a mau Â¬ ROYAI Staple and Holiday 0ood POWDER Absolutely Puro NO HEAL CAUSE FOH FEAIU THE VOYAGE DKOINK TernuandTnktliimnlaU addreaa lrof A LUleUiTTj 231 fifth Avenue JC Iorlroipectua NY SEND 50c s aaBBjB FOIt ONE MONTHS TRIAL OF TIIK LOUISVILLE POST in Tho Bost Afternoon Papor the South All the News All the Gossip All the Markets 50c a Month 5 From tho western shore n flotilla pushing out not n squadron or deadly armament nor clipper n 1th valuable merchandise nor pirallo essols ready to dostrtiy everything they could selzo but a flotilla bearing inos scngvrs of life and light and peaco Christ is in the front of tho boat His disciples nro smaller boat Jesus weary with much in a speaking to largo multitudes is put into somnolence by tho rocking of tho waves If thcro was any motion at all tho ship was easily righted It tho wind passed from star- Â¬ board to larboard or from larboard to star lioard tho boat would rock and by tho gou tleness of tho motion putting tho Muster asleep And thoy oxtomporized a pillow made out of a fishermans coat I think no sooner lu Christ p rostra to and his hood touched tho pillow than he is sound asleep The breezoH of tho lako run their fingers through tho locks ot tho worn sleeper and tho boat rises and falls like a sleeping child on tho bosom of a sleeping mother Culm night starry night beautiful night Run up all tho suits ply all tho oars and lot the largo boat and tho small boat glldo over gentle- Ucuuesarct But tho sailors say tlioro And is going to bo achango of weather oven tho ossciigers can hour thu moaning of tho storm as It comes on with great strides nnd all thu terrors of hurrlcano and darkness Tho largo boat trembles like a deer at bay among tho clangor of tho hounds greut patches of foam nro flung into tho air tho sails of tho vessel loosen and tho sharp winds crack like pistols tho smaller boats like ot rcls poise on tho cliffs ot tho waves and then pluugo Â¬ SAVED BY CIIIUHT a Year THE EVENING POST CO ioiiisvimi Loufsvllle St Louis KY Texas R R Co TIME SCHEDULE tuuiiik irruct M nsro 8 At CiQO oclck A Sundiy Hiy 12 1839 Kiut llouuil Tralne WtillJaMil Truliu Malt AND IUUaNU 8TATI0NB axrRtss KxrKiia 745au LTUnlonDenotLoulsvcAr 120ru 105 Kentucky Street 800 Aluii llouie Pleasure Kldgo Iarkn Valley Meadow Lawn Htver View Hock Haven Long llranab 845 914 U22 m Wcit lotnt 1223 1207am 1160 114V 114V 032 U42 U61 Urndonburg Kkron 1007 1015 1023 10211 10 13 0V flulton Irvlngton Webster 1131 1123 11 Overboard go cargo tackling and masts and tho drenched disciples rush into the baelr iart of tho boat aud lay hold of Christ and say unto him Master carcst thou not that wo perish That groat porsonago lifts his head from tho pillow ot tho fishermans coat walks to tho fioutof tho vessel and looks out All around him aro tho Into tho storm smaller boats driven In tho tempest and through It coined tho cry of drowning men Ily tha flash of tho lightning I seo thu calm brow of Christ as tho spray dropped from his beard Ho has ono word for tho sky and an Â¬ other for tho waves Looking upward he Looking downward ho says cries IVacol Bo still I Tho wuves fall flat oil their faces tho foam melts tho extinguished stars relight their torches Tho tempest falls dead aud Christ stands with his feet on tho nock of tho storm And whilo tho sailors aro balling out tho boats and while thoy nro trying to untangle tho cordage tho disciples stand in amaze- Â¬ ment now looking into tho calm soa then Into tho calm sky then into tho calm Buv lour countenance nnd thoy cry out What manner of man Is this that oven tho winds and tho sea obey iilml Tho subject In the first place Impresses mo with thu fact that it is very imjiortuut to have Christ in the ship for all those boats would have gone to tho bottom ot Uenuosuret if Christ hail not boon present Oh what a lesson for you and for mo to Irani I Wo must always have Christ In tho ship Whutover voyago wo uuilortnke Into whatever enter Â¬ prise wo start let us always have Christ In tho ship All you can do with utmost ten tlon of body in I ml and soul you are bound to do but oh I havo ChrUt In overy outer prlw Christ lit ovory voyago Thoro aro men who ask Gods help at tho beginning of great enterprises Ho hat boon with them In the past uo trouble can over Â¬ throw them thu storms might como dowu from the ton of Mount Herman and lash ttennetaret into foam and Into agony but It eould not hurt them But hero Is another man who starts out in woriuiy enterprise and bo depends uxu the uncertainties of this life He has no God to help bun After awhile the itonn come ami tosses off the masts ot the ship ho puts out bis lite boat adtki loa boat the sheriff and toe auc Â¬ tioneer try to help him off thoy cant help WoJthemut60dowu no CurWt In the shin Your life will be made tip ot sunshine and shadow There uvty be In it Arctle blwts or tropleel tornado- - I know not TUH NECESSITY OF OOD8 ItKLP 14 iHatiipl 8tcnbeniort Holt Cluverport Lodlburg llcrco 1100 1017 102 ilOlb WJI 1051 1043 1034 1002 048 933 vOJ j 1105 i 1120 1132 1140 1157a llWrW 1227 1237 An 100 i 10V Sklllnun Hawesvlllo Falcon Lowtipottr lowers Fates Lv Oweniboro 64V 88Va - Stanley VVortulngton SpoltsYllle 126 134 1 llasketts 50rArr Henderson 814 803 T44 M 735 Lto 720am Iu tho tones of theso disciples as thoy rushed into tho back part of tho boat I And thoy nro frightened almost to death Thoy say Master carest thou not that wo per Â¬ ish f Thoy hod uo reason to bo frightened for Christ was in tho boat I suppose if wo had been thcro wo would havo been just as Perhaps more In all much nlfrightcued ages very good iooplo get very much af frightcned It is often so in our day and Why look at tho bad lectures men say look at tho various errors going ovor tho church of God we aro going to founder tho church is going to perish sho is going down Oh how many good peoplo aro nffrightenod by iniquity iu our dqy and think the church ot Jesus Christ Is going to bo overthrown and aro Just as much affrightcued as wero tho dlsciplesof my text Dont worry dont frot as though iniquity woro going to triumph over righteousness A lion goes into a cavern to sleep He lies down with his Mean shaggy mano covering tho paws while tho spiders spin a web across the mouth of tho cavern and say Wo have captured Gossamer thread after gossamor him thread until tho whole front of the cav- Â¬ is covered with tho spiders web and tho ern spiders say Thu lion is done the lion is After awhile tho Hon has got through fast sleeping ho rouses himself he shakos his mano ho walks out into tho sunlight ho does not oven know the spiders web is spun and witn his voice hu shakes tho mountain So men come spinning their sophistries and skep ticism about Jesus Christ ho seems to bo We havo captured tho bleeping Thoy say Lord ho will nover como forth again upon tho nation Christ is captured forever Hb religion will never mako any conquest among But ntter awhile tho Lion of tho tribe men of Judah will rouso himself and como forth to shako mightily tho nations Whats n spiders web to tho aroused lion Glvo truth and error a fair grapple and truth will como off victor But there aro n groat many good people who got affrightoued in other respects thoy are affrighted Iu our day about rovitals Thoy say Oh I this is a strong religious gale Wo aro ufrald tho church of God Is golug to bo upset aud there aro going to bo n great many peoplo brought Into tho church that and aro going to bo of no use to it they aro alTrightod wheuover they seo a revival taking hold ot tho churches As though a ship captain with 11 vo thousand bushels ot wheat for n cargo should say somo day coming upon dock Throw overboard nil tho cargo and the Why captain what do sailors should say Oh you mean Throw over all thocorgol wo have a peck of chaff says the captain that has got Into this ilvo thousand bushels ot wheat and tho only way to get rid of tho chaff is to throw all tha wheat overboard Now that Is a groat deal wiser than tho talk of a groat many Christians who want to throw overboard nil the thousands aud tons of thousands ot souls who are tho subjects of revivals Throw all overboard because thoy aro brought Into tho kingdom of God through groat rovlvuls bocuuxo there is a pock ot chalf a quart of chaff a pint of chaff I I say lot them stay until the last day tho Lord will divide the chaff from tho whoat Do not bo afraid of a great rovivnl Oh that such guUs from heaven might sweep through all our churches Oh fur such days us Rich urd Baxter saw iu England aud Robert Mo Clioyuo taw In Dundee I Oh for such days as Jonathan IM wards saw In Northampton 1 havo oftou hoard my father tell of the fact that iu the early part of this century a revival broko nut at riouiervlllo N J and some peoplo were very much agitated about It Oh you are going to bring too Thoy said many peoplo Into the church at onco and they sent down to New Brunswick to get John Livingston to stop the revival Well theru was no better soul in all the world He went and than John Livingston They wanted looked at tho revival Ha steod te tha pulflt hint to atop It on thi Hablmth and looked over the sol emn auditory awl he aildiThl brethren U Iu reality tho work ol God bowuro how And be was an old you try to stop It man leaning heavily on his stalf a very old mau And be lifted that staff and took bold ot tho small and ot the staff aud began to let It fall slowv through be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I loam onco more from this subject that Comprising Novelties in Plush Goods Urass Bisque Pictures Christ can hush a tempest A marvtl of Itdld socmasif everything must go to ruin This powder never vnrtos Picture Frames and Toys and many other articles that I have not the Tho disciples had given up tho idea of manag More purity strength and wholctoincncsi space to mention suitable for both young and old ing tho ship tho crow wcro entirely demoraleconomical than the ordtnnry kinds nnd can ized yet Christ rises nnd ho puts his foot on Come and sec us and be convinced that we arc ever on the alert to not te sold in competition with the multitude thostorm aud It crouches at hisfeet Ohycsl Christ can bush tho tcmjost You havo had of low teat short weight alum or phothhate secure bargains for our customers and always keep a large stock of trouble Perhaps It was tho llttlo child taken pewdcri Sold only in cam IloYAI Bakino away from you tho sweetest child of tlio Powdce Co 109 Wall Street New York household tho ono who asked tho most curious questions aud stood around you with tho greatest fondness and tho spado cut down through your bleeding heart Perhaps It was an only son and your heart bus ever since been liko n desolated castle tho owls of tho night hooting among tho fallen arches and Perhaps it was an tho crumbling stairways You always went to her aged mother Sho was in your with your troubles your children into homo to welcomo thoy died sho was life and when OU 5- - n omy kj thero to pity you that old hand will do you no inoro kindness that whlto lock ot my trn -- Ktrq UIK AbU erNttiit hair you put away in tho casket or in tho i- rrn ulil WUli locket didnt look as it usually did when sho HofthWKMiOO Iistfvi iwatc in in wwiii Itrirci Stick Candy 15 elb brushed it away from her wrinkled brow in 12c lb Fig thmkerptr WtrriiiiHtirtvjr MUU uoLD iiununr 15 o tho homo circlo or in tho country church Choice mixed Cundy lJic lb licit mixed Nut utij irrnt iliti Itolh Or your property gone you said I havo so ittl ciiti of Miib nt- Uest French mixed Candy 30 c 15 c Oranges per dozen OVK ICKSUNln sxnTriJii smwim rOU l Villi much bank stock I havo so many govern cu ItxaUtjr cm rcur on 15 c 15 c llaln Kits Candy Two Large Cocoanuta at- lorrlhfr with our lire ment securities I havo so many housos I 5i uwl VKlu tlf linvof IIoiltiail e French Kiss Candy e Hickory Nuts perhushel havo so maiiy farms all gono all gone m tiles IhtM uinrlci B a7ihi vtr1i art Ore All lb work wll you 10 e Dates 15 e Three Packs Flro Cracker Why sir all tho storms that ever trampled who fall your do U thow what wa atml you to with their thunders all tho shipwrecks havp d nJa anjtoiKlfthbora and IhoM about youthot alwaye r lull lhi frlf We have also n full supply of every discretion of Nuts and In fact anything you want for yrara br n one foe us bolJa not bom worse than this to you Yot you In valuablewatrad rciaM which pay all forijtcm frtgtal etc tartaj e After Wi ar and thui SANTA CLAUS you know all If you wodVI likt to fo to work fur ui you can havo not been completely ovc thrown Why AdJrui per week and upward arnfrgra Christ says I havo that llttlo ono in my Htnsou lJttuto SOO Oii vriiuuii aaisa aV Sunday Schools and Festival furnished at reduced rates HO X keeping I can caro for him as well as you can hotter than you can O bereaved mothHushing tho tempest Whon your Whim CMS e n er roN mi property went away God said Thero nro faiiliikaar the tii til OurluttrMturt our treasures in heaven in banks that nover to unrviatil I III iiJi ill tu rlur trooU tempest Jesus hushing thu break to 111 k nti iii rarli - Iltr Uiilv tlmi wtiowrlt a ator Thero is ono storm into which wo 00 which will suit the most fiMUlous tmte at mil oiicrrait iiiaka ur if 15 lbs llcst N O Sugar Tho moment will all havo to run laaap A Hit ilinic All twiliartloilalti iXV 1 Oil 13 only 25e per pound White II uur nMia to rttuniilo aiiowynur titjrtiiora whon wo lot go of this world and try to f Ihop uliitatl 12 1 00 25o Orauulated i lbs IlejtSC lUce rtiitstl ytu Th br tako hold of tho noxt wo will waut all tho ami th eMitiilur if llila alvrrilernifiit llcst Urecn Old Government Java Beit Ira do new crop N 0 Molacs55c gal graco jiossiblo Yonder I seo a Christian aliiall tint i f til altiwa soul rocking on tho surges of death all tho tcopa Th following1 cut trlTM llitf ajpenMiKaof ll rrducrd to Coffee 25c gal 25 elb Heat Grade new crop Sorgum powers of darkness seem let out against that 1 00 Best Ircon Itlo Coffeo Salt per barrel 22o soul the swirling wave tho thunder of tho 15 e Choice Ireen Rio Coffee 20 o 2400 Parlor Matches I dozon boxes sky tho shriek of tho wind all scorn to unlto aoouttliflnltlbrtoflubulk It a rr mldouMltH 25 o Our Priie Coffee is llxtra 25 e 7 liars Town Talk Soap Wa together but that soul is not troubled thcro KOPfaUrMaititaiytoniTry lay al illaliobuw jiMiiiowyuu ttli from th Ui t U IOa 5 o Try our Java and Hlo mixed parched Coffee 2 liars Kxtra flood Soap Is no sighing thero aro no tears plenty of rautiiak trui luilrurttatonc WIit allircMharffa M Mh tears in tho room at tho departure but ho AJJtvi11 HALLEirAtOHiHttO fuuiLAHU weeps no tears calm satisfied and peaceful all is well By the flash ot tho storm you soo JL Good Teu tho harbor just ahead and you aro making for that barboi All shall be well Jesus beÂ¬ 15 00 1200 for all Wool Tailor mado New Markets wortl ing our guide Tkt brlrlilnl if til tkllJreitl 10 00 for London Dyed Flush Jaokeli worth 15 01 Into the harbor ot heaven now wo gllJej K Merry icir bprwgiield KepuUicau fuiidiiHti Woro home at last homo at last 10 00 for all wool Aitrakan New Markets worth 12 00 Softly wo drift on tho bright sllvry tide FIlS GREAT SERIALS 10 00 for all wool Uorcctolro front and llroche striped New Markets worth 12 00 Were home at last QID By William O Stod- Â¬ THAT BOY 7 50 for Urocho striped New Markets wortl 10 00 Glory to God I all dangers aro oer Young and oltf will follow Gideons dard Wo stand secure on thu glorified shore 8 00 0 00 for Ulack Diagonal New Market worth adventures and bis sisters on their fathers Qlory to Clod I wo will shout evermore 5 00 lor all wool Diagonal Jackets 7 00 acres with laughter and breathless interest Woro homo at last 0 00 4 00 for Urald Trimmed striped Jackets worth THE NEW SENIOR AT ANDOVER A serial of school Ily Herbert D Ward 4 00 3 00 for Striped Jackets worth A Wonderful Watch life Infamous Andover our Kugby The The most ingenious perfect and coinplox 2 50 for Ulack Diagonal Jackets worth I 50 boys the professors the lodgings the fun watch over manufactured was scut out from 1 75 fur Plaid Jackets 2 50 worth THE SONS OF THE VIKINGS Co ot Ge tho works ot Iutok Philips A right Dy HJalmar Hjorth Boyesen nova Switzerland in July 1637 aud is now down jolly story of modern Norse boys in possession of Baron Nicholas It Is what On one BONY AND BAN one of the best of tho Is known as tho full sized hunter Mary Hartwell Catherwood serials side thcro is a dial of the regulation kind ex Ily Charles Rem- Â¬ hibiting tho hour minuto nnd second hands SEALED ORDERS 30 cts All Wool Ladle Cloth Double width worth 50 cU ington Talbot An amusing adventuro also au independent chronograph band All Wool Tricota worth 0 cts down to 35 cts flowing sea story of wet sheets and a CO cts which marks tho flf th of seconds Tho same All Wool Kxtra Fine Ladles Cloth 75 cts dial has repeating mechanism which strike CONFESSIONS OF AN AMATEUR All Wool Striped Cloth 05 cts tho hours quurtors aud minutes Tlio opjio All Wool Camels Hair Kxtra heavy 11 Inches wide down to C5 cts per yard PHOTOGRAPHER Ily Alexander amusing articles Very Fine Ulack Henrietta 65 cts si to dial bus bauds pointing to tho mouths Black Six practical and 5o cts All Wool Outing Cloth Another largo contra weeks and days LUCY PERVEAR First of a series of 20 els All Wool Nuns Volllng beginning of baud on this dial if sot at tho Oraphic North Carolina character sketches 25 cts French Henriettas Fineat Grade to all moon Sidney each year correctly points 10 cts Lot Alnpacs phases aud also acts as a ponietual calendar TALES OF OLD ACADIE Twelve to admit ot its keep It is so constructed as powerful true stories by Graco Dean ing two different times say standard on on McLeod a Canadian author American THE WILL AND THE WAY STO- Â¬ sldo anil sun tlmo on tho other Analyst RIES Ily Tessio Benton Fremont If you need one I can beat the prices of any one iu tho country will sell you an A No 1 About men ana women who did Rreat things Tlppou Tib Sitger complete with all the attachment for 1050 I know whereof I nui speaking for I In the face of seeming impossibilities Much has been said about Tippoo Tibs hae been tiling tho tame fur the last 5 years and there is none better THE PUK WUDJIES So mnke your wife happy by getting her one for a Christmas pretent responsibility for tbo assassination ot Maj Agents are selling Tho funny Indian Fairy Folk these machines fur 3500 Barttelot but Iu my judgment Tipjjpo Tibs BUSINESS OPENINGS FOR GIRLS action to a certain extent was promlod by a A dozen AND YOUNG WOMEN Whllo it is said that benevolent intention really helpful papers by Sallio Joy Whjte bo delayed tho supply ot inoti uocessary to DAISY PATTY LET- Â¬ make up IUrttelots contingent ut Boualya Twelve moio Mra Ex Governor Claflln TERS By aud thus aroused thu suspicion ot foul play The ladles brag on It and the children cry fur It Is the beat in the market One eighth Â¬ AND that occurred later on his motive was a good TWELVE SCHOOL Tho firstPLAYThere is will be barrel sack Addtsuus Holler Fruceas CO cts or by the barrel will tell it at ICU GROUND TALES lawless char- Â¬ one Inasmuch as knowing tho none better Try a lack ur a barrel after once ualng It you will have no other A good Flour LAMBKIN Was Ho a Hero or a nt 45 cts a sack acter ot the Muuayomas ho appreciated the artist by Howard Pyle the Prlff difficulty which white meu would have In t3Trotalard Votes snd Caih Prliei 3J controlling them and sought to prevent au SHORT STORIES sifted from thousands opportunity for tho mutiny which subseSanta Olnus on a Vogotablo Oart WiBUm 1mton Otit quently resulted in tho death of Barttelot Chsrlott M Vail Rljano Uow Torn Jurupod a Anno Mra II t Ward Herbert Siicknay Wo have now on hand 1000 Fairs of dents Ladtes Mines and Childrens Shots Tho Jtun of Snow shoo Thomp Also a on LltuLKP Kreinont aollvnt tlio Uoofc line llneofMens Hoots frow175 tol50a pair an 1 Hoys Uoots from 100 to 201 Yon DtlUW Lyman TrnllintrArbutus Stnttelc itchon cant help being pleated so give us a trial Umei HciekUhUuturwottti A llttlo boy bad a colt and a dog ot both C 1urdy FofrtryB uoldonMnrRarot CUrk llUllet Kit Upton of which ho was exceedingly fond His gen How Blmoon and Banoho Panto Uolnpd Tho erosity was often tried by visitors asking tho Involution Miis HUh Sswyd Waii d h It him just to boar what ho would say to give DlfflouUlen of n parllnp Frctcott Spofford Harriet One Oood Turn themono or both of hi pots ARTICLES novehlen each 125 for Faney Hand Knit Mittens Tns3e of On ono occasion Johnny told a gentleman ILLUSTRATED Dolls Of Notod Women Mitt Rlly Seward Embroidered Mull Aprons 35 50 to 75c had often teased him In this way that How to Build tv Military Bnow Fort An 15 cts per ball Knitting Silk all shades Silk who eld Wfit lolnur Uow the Coeeuclcs Play ho might havo tho colt but not tho dog 50 cts for dents laJla Silk HanAVeroVleh Tlmel all shades Polo Madam da Mtluner V All Around a 5 HU mother tiaturally expressed surprise Wtnioni liqroe 20 colored Lenter Frontier Fort Lieut V per duien Silk Arnesne Why Johnny why dldut you nr nnmnim Chirlti V Lummla A uaDult and asked 0U fur Kxtra Silk Floii lo Urc India SiHc Masters felt Jctauln Miller JnpanouoFlfflit Round Up 1 glvo bliu tho dog instead of the colt I fri KlteB u llernsdon V S N Indian- 40 he whis soy uuythlng niaiiiina Dou Use white CaAmere Uh Jots rWks per ounce best Kngllah Violet and Bono Ball Players V L Sloanof 11 llaronwhen be goes to get the colt Ill set pered and Sail strife raxvy iu a vuiuobo Heliotrope Kxtrsets tcn Indian nine Youths Companion the dog ou him K K faddmort SVOO 29 els for Brass ttsMeJ OwtoU Pel 6 eta per dosen Cedar Lead Ienclls The rotmi rlttarss and Dcvartaiiatl will U 25 cts will Uy 7 Sfmb e x TfariaJ 20 fur S Skeins of Saxony more iaterettlua tlua svir To the Proprietors of Salvation Oil fur 3 Bluer Linen lltmsttteheJ Colored Shawls from IS Hs n RM W Tin CXrUlmat Sumhr enlarrtJ 16 Ai 14 25 Thou bait built a living monument at Border Ladies lUndkerchlifs A care for hurt with little uiooey ipeut 11 Tiale of the South raolflo 25 ets each fur Linen Cauibrlo Hand Kmbruld Salvation Oil the greatest liniment MAAmbii VMQ a par JvVw VJ htUil rlcd Ladles Handkerchief No one now thinks of a dorawllo or for Â¬ FOR THE YOUNQKR YOUNO FOLKS Respectfully Cull nnd boo me Kur I lie nurury BAiYiANU ccoti a year eign trip witbpat a aupply of Dr Bulls Our lirru Man ahu womim i a year Cough Syrup 24 cenbt a year Sunday read Tn lAK i ieaKMM tali t tkefr I J onlt I LOTHKOl COMIANY llosruN Have jour Printing done at this office Â¬ Â¬ a Gcd a God Groceries Queensware Hardware Guns from 225 to any Price you want Boots and Shoes Hats and Gaps Drugs Dry Goods and Notions Salvation -r 1 c FREE life W Â¬ mrnwm MmiwJK xzjaxiur IUsvllElLn -- HIANIU-B U 4 Â¬ CN il jnt SfREE M r cv lc telte 1 111 I l lr WIDE AWAKE GLOAKS DRESS GOODS 1 So winter Meicliiiios n ADDISONS ROLLER PROCESS FLOUR Â¬ Boots eind Shoes Â¬ Attractive Items 1 Â¬ a iw V tanim L D ADDISON Breckenridge News WUDNKSDAY DKCKMIIKK JNODDABDAGE I 18 1883 V 4 IF1- - XT SI I A T lornl Time Citril 069 am Mall and Express fining Eai 1121 am Weit East Ml pw Express i V0 pm Wcit Hint 1123 nm Mlteil i 959 am West Holiclav Jewelry Department f- - vrLriourioernerit Musical Department Notions Novoltlos Toys few days DHUYS Etc 4 f A 1 l vi Wo have inusio for all old anil ty guaranteed gopilato the people of tliis city nnd young rich and poor from n G f DEMOCRATIC TICKET A full line of Gold Gold Filled vicinity niul wo hereby extend to Silver nnd Nickel Watches in cent Jews harp to a fine Piano or For County JuJgc Thoa Adkliion Wo will open in a few One nnd All n cordial invitation Ladies and Gents Bizes prices Organ For County Attorney Jndge Milton Hoard from 250 up days n bran new lot of County Clerk J K Monarch For to visit onr SlTXTACIXS IN AM Git A DIM For Sheriff J 8 DcJernetto Guitars Violins For County Supt of Schools Jits W Miller Dlluys White Crystal Lenses Stores Tor Jailer John Slnton Aocordcons Rows in gold silver nicklc and steel Jor County Attestor Len Cuihmin Spectacles for weak eyes near JInrpa Mirlilons Fur County Surveyor F M 0 Jolly wlictlier tliey wish to purchase or sighted etc For Coroner Y H Pendlctia in endless variety for Silverware Cnliopcs Drums not Cash will tell nnd yon will Knives the table and parldr JIO I TIlKllK JlllO PATTMtSOX find that onr plan is small profits forks spoons case goods and novel- Â¬ Etc Etc You cecn to doubt our Inclination to and good Goods in fact we wish to ties Call and sec us if you arc lovcrH Gold pens and pencils in nil join Issuo with vou on Free Trade v Head onr as Â¬ please one nnd nil of music nnd if wc have not what sizcH for ladies and gentlemen Protective Tviriir Wli lo advocating absoyou want wc can order same for lute frea trade is somclhinR of a departure sortment in the next five columns Clocks of all makes and sizes from the principles of Democracy as it is and judge for yourself after seeing from 100 tipnll wurnmtcd to run you at reasonable prices nlvocatcd nt the present day wo will as the goods if we cannot please you Kepairs or nil kinds promptly sumo the position of n free trader in order to humor you a little It is an argument Remember the attended too you are niter and unless wc nccommodnte F N DlIUYS place nt Is the place for Music N you jou will cjntimu to crow nnd II tp TO OtIK UOItltTNlONItllNTK For llio next five weeks wo newsand get all the news ami Vow Danas expect o ofler nt prices its low us Consists of n largo lino of latest nothing but the news in all its branches and quali Â¬ Celebrated Maxims in Journalism lite lowest nh imtnciipo lino of styles Get the SEWIWG MAOmWJSS Do you want a Sewing Machine nt u saving of 10 to 15 on agents prices if so call on F N Dlluy Wc can furnish all makes as follows New Homo 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 sows with one or two needles nt once makes straight or zig zag stitches in fact will do more work than any machine mado wo defy Also n full lino of comparison needles oil springs shuttles belts etc If you want a machine be sure nnd sec I Our stock will bo complete in a Wo keep a full lino of Gents furnishing goods silk handker Â¬ chiefs etc Novelties Rich and Rare con- Â¬ sisting of a full lino ot plush goods such ns Drawing Cases Manicure Sets Shaving Seta Collar nnd Culf Roxcs Fine Albums etc Toys in endless varieties for tho boys nnd girls j carts wag Â¬ gons velocipedes wheelbarrows tin toys pistols caps fire crackers roinan candles sky rockets In Dolls wc expect to surprise tho natives dolls in nil grades kid boddics hair stuffed open mouth and eye etc Come to our opening which will bo announced shortly OurGrocery Department Is full nntl complete in slnplc nnil fancy groceries Choice lines of coffees leas sugars can goods flour meat lard molasses syrups kraut beans pickles potatoes cabbage etc The best coal oil in tbe city Fancy groceries of all kinds Call in and sec us prices will be made to suit you Free delivery to any part of tbe city In candles nuts nnd cakes wc arc leaders wo keep tlicm in all shapes nnd qualities be sure aud see 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 solicited F N DHUY Â¬ V MmmoIIi J r Â¬ F DHUY DHurs DlIUYS Toy Department i ht H SL Thero is actuilly a railroad office In The groat Cronln trial closed at Chicago Monday afternoon The jury gave OSnl this town but few people know tf it or Tho company shvuld hung livan Coughlin nnJ Iturke a lfe sentenco where it I Uoiit V McFarland a bright young and Kunzg three years in the penitentiary out Its Bhlngle This closes one of lawyer of Owcnsboro fell down a stairway Deggs went scot free The injincton suit against McCrncken of the Southern Hotel in that city while the most memorable trials in the criminal it Co has by agreement been postponed in an intoxicated condition last Mondny history of the United States and is no uulil next April court when it will be and was killed doubt quite a relief to the people of Chica- Â¬ heard before Judgo McBeath go os well as to those ot the whole country The suit of L II and W railroad vs Miss Hettle Coleman prints her valedictory The jury has been sitting in tho case for Matilda Stone and others for condemna In the current Inuo ol tbo Meailo Connty three months lioi of the riehts of way was continued In Newt She liai conducted the paper two or three yean at editor aud proprietor and hai tho county court until the Januiry term dono excellent work in ctery rcjpect The J una r Joseph Lawis announcement as Mr Charles Richard ion a young man prc of the Stato will bo sorry to rant her a a candidate for re election as Judgo of tho ditcharge from the ranks and tho Meiengers working on the railroad died out at tbe Court of iCppcals of Kentucky from this grief it particularly poignant- - May aucceai camp Dec Rlb of Congestion of the brain proiperily and lappinei attend her She hai district appears in another column Com Â¬ told the paj er to Mr J D IMchanlton of ment from us as to the ability of Judge His body was expressed to his homo in Drandenburg who takes Itnmcliate charge Ohio Lewis ns a lawyer and jurist is unnecessa- Â¬ Owentboro Mejjengcr The application beforo tbe county court The Messenger is not alone in its grief ry He has been a member of the Court Thero are more of us who hate to give of Appeals for a number of years and is to opei n road from West View to Hnr Tho trade in now Chief Justice of that body His neds station u significant Mis3 Ilcttie up written opinions on all intricato and im- Â¬ that section which is coming here will be carried to some other point in tho future The New Mammoth Clothing House portant Buljects of the law since ho has There is no reason why Uardinsburg Louisville threw open its doors to the been on the bench nre numerous and of a Press and tho public in general last Wed Â¬ very high order of r intoning Ths is a should not have belter streets aud pave- Â¬ known specialty smong tbe members o ments than most towns of its size There nesday nnd Thursday It is ono of the tbo bar everywhero nnd will doubtless add aro four saloons paling a large license tax handsomest and most complete establish- Â¬ much to the Judges chances for Let the money be expended on public im- Â¬ ments of its kind in tho S juth nnd a splenprovements did monument to tho business enterprise push nnd energy of its founders Messrs The Republicans met at tho court house A man who has practiced medicine for last Monday and failed Klcinlmns k Simonson t make any nom- Â¬ Tho gentlemen 10 years ought to know salt from sugar have tho best wishes of the News for their inations for county offices It is current read what he says however that Mr Rubt- - M Jolly of Irv- Â¬ continued prosperity Toledo 0 Jan 10 1887 ington will be the man for county court Messrs F J Cheney it Co Gentlemen clerk and Squiro Chas Mattingly for The Owentboro Messenger sajs that I have been in the general practice of county judge Thos S 1etlit will probably bo retnincd medicine for most 10 years and would say The application of Geo N Harris be as reading clerk of the House of Represen- Â¬ that in all my practice and experience for the county court for a license to retail A majority of the House are He tatives have never seen a preparation that 1 could publicans nnd would prefer n member ol prescribe with as much confidence of suc- Â¬ whisky at Dalltown was postponed until their own parly for tho position but bo far cess as I can Halls Catarrh Cure manu- Â¬ next Saturday The court directed a poll of tho legal voters within two miles of they have failed to find n man with a voice factured by you Have prescribed it a strong enoui h to raako a good render Mr great many times and its effect is wonder- Â¬ Dalltown to be taken on the question nnl Pettit has filled tho position fur quite n ful and would say in conclusion that I ho would bo governed by the result Six months ago a half dozen gas com- Â¬ number ol years and both ltepublicans have yet to find a case of Catarrh that it and Democrats acknowledge him to be the would not cure if they would tako it ac- Â¬ panies were organized hero and for a time Witiiix less than ono hundred miles of nothing else but gas was talked of Every best reader in the United States Tho cording to directious Klizabelhtown nnd within tho boundary ol night or two there was a meeting of two or position pays SHJOO per annum Yours Truly tho State of Kentucky two of the greatest tbreo companies and one would have L L GOItSUCH M D Americans of the century wpre born they Oflice 215 Summit St judged from the interest manifested that The remains of Jefferson Davis were wcro Abraham Lincoln and JelTcrsoi Wo will give 100 for nny case of Ca- Â¬ several wells would have been put down Davis and now that they nro both dead laid to rest in the tomb cf the Army of tarrh that can not bo cured with Halls ere this but now you never henr the sub- Â¬ perhaps the country can do justice to tbe Northern Virginia in Meltairio Cemetery No wells are talked of ject mentioned Catarrh Cure Taken iuternally memory of eucb The North worships tho New Orleans la t Wednesdny The fun no meetings nre held and the whole busi- Â¬ Co Props Toledo O F J Cheney memory of Lincoln and tnc South has bent eral services wero on n scale never before ness seoms to have go no by the board Sold by Druggists 7jb itsltnee at tho natuo of Davis but now attempted In tho South whilo the proces Â¬ burying in the grave with the two great sion thnt followed the dead chieftain to tho ltliciiiunlHin and Catarrh HARDINSBURG grave was tho largest ever seen in that sec DEPARTMENT leaders all tbe bitter feelings engendered ltbcumatltm and citnrrh are Loth blood dli tion Over twenty thpusand men were in against each in the great rebellion cannot catci In many sevcro caiet they bavo yield ed to treatment with II I II Botanic Wood both sections of this great Union seo alike line nnd nt least two hundred thousand peo Â¬ V liIIAIIHACi iMltor llalui inado by Wood Balm Co Atlanta la ple crowded tliestrcdsr Now Orleans was the unselfish devotion of men to principle Write Tor book of convincing proof Sent their genius their statesmanship their umjiuut in mourning ntm an Dimness was free Look out for old Santa It 1 Dodge Atlanta On tays My wife suspended f jr the day bravery nnd their unquestioned integrity Quarterly court next Monday bad catarrh and nothing did her any good MiaBBmmaaHaiBMaaaiMMa Vlirinot the North weave a chaplet of roses lor and poiaon got Christmas show brass band fun next Into constitution finally failed on o the grave of Davis and the South plant her blood I placed her a uie of B B At a meeting of ilio Centennial Anni week 1 and to my turprlio her recovery was rapid the violet on tbo tomb of Lincoln 7 Thoso versary of the first inauguartion of George and complete Mrs J II Duzby is vising nt Lexing men wero both patriots ns they saw it Washington as President of the United V V MeUanlel Atlanta la writes i I was much emaciated and had rheumatism so loved by those who knew them best They Slates hold at Washington City tho other ton Ky bad were both Kcntuckians and Keutucby as day Chief Justice Fuller was tho orator Thero was a largo crowd In town last alto I could not get along without crutchei I had neuralgia in tho head lirtt elun their mother should love and cherish tbe of tbe occasion Thero is nothing partic Â¬ Monday physicians did me no good Then I tried B 11 II and Us effects wero magical Â¬ I cheermemory of each be proud of their achieve ularly significant about this except that Heforo you wnlk out to tho junction fully recommend tt at a good tonlo and quick ments nnd distinction to that an impartial Judgo Puller is a Demociat and received think it over cure pen shall write their history tho Hug uider his appointment to tho highest judicial Mn Matilda Nichols Knrxvllle Tenn We want ncold wavo und snow six IncL writes i I had catarrh six years and a mott which they marched will bo overshadowed oflice in the land by a Democratio Presi- Â¬ es deep Christmas dlitreiilng cough and my oyes wore much by the greatness of tbe men Klistibeth- - dent and tho Republicans contended swpolcn ilvo bottles of 11 II 11 thank God I that Two of Mr James Weatherfnrds duugh- - cured in a towh News be hadnt tho bruins to do juBtlce lo tho ters died last week of measles John M Davis Tyler Tex wrltei I occasion as first orator Judgo Fuller was subject ipelli of Remember the entertainment nt the flammatory a number of years to six bottles In Â¬ Ox tho motion of the L H k V rail- Â¬ however ugmably surprised his frends rkcumatiim which of B II 1 thank heaven has entirely cured I road directors against W V McCrackeu and astonished some of his Republican en- Â¬ court houso on the 27th and 28th have not felt tbo sllgbteit paiu since tV Company Miss Willie Tcnyman of Hodgonvilo to have reinstated their in- Â¬ emies with his eloquence aud his extensive Ky Is visiting Miss Ulanche Heard junction that was lately discharged before knowledgo of public events Wliu l Orcurod Iimt liitli November Judge Toney of the Louisville Law and Mrs Heston c Iters n lot on Main street Ticiet Np 91 drow the First Capital Equity Court Judgo Pryor of tho Cjurt of for snle Good point for a business house Prize of 100000 In tho 2iiih Grand GnovEit Cleveland has declined lo bo Appeals in his decision paid that tho fic- Â¬ Alex West will open a bar ronm in Mrs Monthly Drawing of November 12 1889 present at a meoling of the Democratio tion of Judgo Toney in discharging tbo in- Â¬ McGarys properly on Main Street this ii the Louisiana Stato Lottery It was junction was absolutely void und that the clubs of Louisvillo on tho Htli of January sold In fractional twentieths of 1 00 each Hut ho says week oection held by Mr McCrackeu in con- Â¬ and deliver them an address Tho wills of W Ii Slilh aud James Haf sent to M A Dauphin New Orleans La Now is tho limo to work and urges Kern formity to his opinion was likewise void fey were probated in the county court last Two to H O Clarke 721 North Cnmptou This puts the directors in sMu quo and tucky Democrats to renew their hctivity In Ave St Louis Mo Two to Max Levin this political calm nnd a harvest will cer- Â¬ Mouduy indicates that Judge Toney is not the best 2SWK TirdSt N V tainly follow collected by tbe It is the cheering words of Mr Robert Hoard who has been In Tex nuthorily on tho question of injunctions tbii character from tbo men of the typo of as for tho past throe years is expected Dowery Dank thro Adams Kxpress Co nnd the law of corporations ex Presdent Cleveland that lends a ray home next week two to a correspondent through Wells Fargo Cas Dank San Franctsco Cal of hope to the hoys out on picket duty to Mr Wllhoyto of McJohnson V Co O The Grand Army of tho Itepublic as a stund firm until 1692 Mr Cleveland is one lo Joseph Karas 425 North Castla St ensboro was hi own lust Mondny stopping holy declined to take nny part In the constantly In receipt of letters asking him Daltlmore Md one to Merchant Dank at tho Huckeby Hotel funeral services of Jefferson Davis nnd Topekn Kan one to Geo E Fieck 1109 to ho present at Democratio club meet Â¬ yet the U A It is thought by somo peo Â¬ Tho stage for the Christmas cntortain ings all over tbo couutry which indicates Wett llaltimoro St Daltlmore Md one ple to be a ton pariisun while winged is up and the young peoplo nro pro ho hasnt quite lost his prcstigo as a meut to Mrs Margaret VIelleplguo Topoka that sort of an organization poring to give us a good one Kan etc Ticket No 68411 drew tho statesman and a leader of men Whether A number of gentlemen from Irvington Governor Hill shall bo tho chole of Second Capital Prize of 100000 Ticket he or Down at Owensboro a wife aged CI has They No 7752 drew tbe Third Capital Prize of party for tho Proiidency In 1892 Is not were hero attending court Monday brought suit against her husband n lad nf tho 160000 and was sold in fractionl parts dominating question at prejonl hut came down on the L II and W tho of twentieths at 100 each Two to Gal Â¬ 2 for divorce It the old ludy was ttrrd organization nnd n strict adherence to the Reierved reats for tho entertainment lon Natl Dank Gallon Ohio oun to Jno of her bargain why didnt she spank the time honored and immutable doctrines of next Thursday and Friday nights are on Drrnes 224 Ilaroline Streets Daltlmore boy and send him bnck to his mamma oce to Jas Mixou Osyka Miss Democracy aro Already this administra- Â¬ sale at J A Wl ts drug store Price 35 Md ono to a depositor Louisiana Natl Dank tion through its characteristic stylo of cents New Olcnns Li one to n depositor MetThe death of Jefferson Davis lenvci but blundarlng has becomo the most unpopu Â¬ The people of this towu ahould turn out ropolitan Dunk New Orleans In one t three members of the ConfedtTAo Cabinet lar which tho Republican party ever put next Saturday and elect a marshal for the K Hains 47 Dumalne St and h War now living Senator Hengan of Texas together nnd honest men only ask to be town who will do his wholo duty in the nick 224 Trerae St New Orleans La one to P 8 Deragiich Stillwater Minn Thos II Watts of Alabama and George given another opportunity to wipe It out pretuUoj one to John Collins 8l Paul Minn eto K Duviscr North Carolina of existence Dudley with his blocks of J he county court last Monday ordered a etc The 2tllb Grand Monthly Drawing five Wannmnkcr with his boodlu nnd public road lo ho opened leading from will tako place on Tuesday January 14 1890 of which all information will be fur Â¬ Tiik Cronln trial at Chicago Is steadily Morions barl csnuot sntn her two years West VJow to Harneds Billion on he L nished on application o M A Dauphin drawing to n close hence II nd W New Orleans La crawl into Now you aro a nood clllseeu nnd wo have no desire to see you go oft in a paroxysm of exultation and dio a pre- Â¬ mature death over the idea that you have Then bull dozed the Klitor of the Nrws in order to give you an opportunity to make your mark in the wold as a tariff agitator wo will cite a few lines of histor- Â¬ ical fads nnd from them deduce two ques- Â¬ tions which we will expect you to answer in your next letter of popular enlighten- Â¬ In 18T0 Chicago was nlnioit total- Â¬ ment Uy a special act of ly destroyed by fire Congress building materiul was admitted to that city free of duty and Chicago sprung from her ashes magic like and cities was soon one of the leading Now United States the in neemding to your theory Chicago could linvo sprung from her ashes better under a protective tariff than under free trade and Why this brings us to our first question did they admit building material to Chica- Â¬ You arc compelhd to go free of duty gay that it wob for the good ol Chicago And if it was a good thing lor the citizei s ol Chicago at that time why would it not bo the same to day for every man thnt has anything to build even from a yard fence In your answer wo tip to a mansion will expect you to show that protected ma- Â¬ terial would have been better for Chicago than free material at the lime of her dis tress And if it was a good thing for Chi Â¬ cago why not for every farmer mechanic Answer these etc in tbo United States two questions if you can and make your if you can nnswer in favor of protection do it jou will do what no Republican be Â¬ fore you has ever done if you can do it wo will guarantee tint you will bo tho next Republican nominee Irom this district for Congress your wines until you rip your lung and bent holes in your sides that a hog could The year 1889 will be remembered one of many great disasters or Â¬ fJ t Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Tlio Appellate Judgeship ATTRACTION I Confessedly no more important officer is UNPRECEDENTED DISTRIBUTED Items aro almost as scarce as hens to bo elected nt the next August elecliou teeth than a Judge of the Court ol Appeals for iia9 The effort of tbe voter Mr Ilenneo of Hnwesville was in town this District should bo to inform himself as to which ol last week Mr Len Cashman of Preston was in tho candidates is on all scores the best filled for tho office and then his highest Louisiana State Lottery Company town Saturday Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868 for duly is to cast his vote for that man The Mrs Owen Cunningham is among tho Educational and and Us writer has been at some pains to inform franchise was madeCharitable purposes present a part of tbe sick ths week himself nB lo the qualifications of tho three State Constitution in 187V by an overwhelming Wo hnve had a little more rnin lately announced candidates for this oflice and popular vote KIAMITIOTII than was desirable UltAWIKOS he has concluded that Judge John Roberts tiiKoITS ilnco No hi I Annually Misa Susio Richardson is hero visiting of Louisville is by all odds tbe man whom Juno mill December iib CJIIAND NIIvniiB Nli fllsmi and DltAIV the Misses Richardson the district should elect Judgo Joseph INCUS tako ilucc on cucli or I ho other ton months In the nro all The sick members of Mr Gardiners Lewis the present incumbent is a candi- Â¬ drawn In public reartho Academy nt nnd date for re election Ho is a man of ex- Â¬ of mimic Now orlcnua La family are reported as improving ceptional high churactcr and lofty rann FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS Madam Rumor insisU thnt thero is to be hooJ lie is in these respects tbo equal For Integrity of Its Drawings and a wedding in town Boon but of Judge Roberts or any other man for Prompt payment or its prizes Mr Jas B Biggs son Jim Frank has the Attcstod as follows matter oftliat Dut there are many been quite siok but Is Improving We do hereby certify that tee supervise reasons that need not be indelicately em- Â¬ Helm Milner spent Thanksgiving day phasized by iter atim why tho long and the arrangements for all the Slomihly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana and several days following at home honorable official career of Judgo Lewis Stale Lottery Company and in person should Owing to illness Mr Owen Cunningham content his ambition Judge manage and control the Drawings them Â¬ bad to suspend school for several days last Roberts has never held nn oflice being nl selves and that the same arc conducted tcith honesty fairness and in good faith ways satisfied with modestly practicing his toxeard week all parties and tee authorize the profession and voting as a private in the Company to use this certficaie with fac- Â¬ Mrs Minnie ONeal who has been visit- Â¬ ing her sister Mrs C Crosson has gone to ranks of tbe Democratic party Deside similes of our signatures attached in its Judgo Lewis and Judge Roberts Judge advertisements Derby Ind Mrs M J Ryan of Victoria who has John Simrnll of Louisville is n candidate We learu that Judgo Simrall is a good been attending brr sick sister Mrs Gardi- Â¬ man oxd a fair lawyer He is a somewhat ner returned to her homo Saturday younger man than either Judge Lewis or Mr S C Dane a farmer living a short Judge Roberts nnd juJging from a few Commlskloiicri utstance irom town picked up Ins Mat a public speeches which he has made ho has few days ago and tolling his family that We the undersigned flanks aiul flank- Â¬ the theory that the infusion of his young he was going to leave left and he has blood into the circulation of the Court ci ers will pay all Prises drawn in the Louis- Â¬ iana not been seen nor heard of since Appeals would have an immensely invigo Â¬ sented State Lotteries which may be pre Â¬ at our counters rating effect upon the court Judge Sim- Â¬ WAMUSMIl TourUta LouUlana rall Beeins to think that hia young blood National llauk Whether on pleasure bent or business LANAVX Irce Stato Na Â¬ circulating in the veins of tho court would should take on oyery trip a luttle of Syrup result in tho complete suppression of A tional Hank of Figs as it acts most pleasantly and ef-Â¬ IsAICUWIN Pro Now Orlcane mountain lawlessness in Kentucky Wo Natlouul Hank fectually on tbe kidneys liver and bowels preventing fevers headaches and other cannot conceive how this much desired re- Â¬ C4ICI KUI1N Irce Union National Hunk sult would be brought nboul by Judge Sim forms of sickness For sale in 60s and ralla election or the election of anyone GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING 100 bottles by all leading druggists else We strongly suspect that this idea is In the Academy of Music NcwOrleans Tuesday January 14 1890 Ilreckciirlilgc Count Ittutlv Want Â¬ but another Illusion bfler the order of the late and leinented Drown Sequards Elixir ed Capital Prize 300000 The following has been received by Judge of Life 100000 Tickets at Twenty Uollavs After a careful inquiry into tho strength each Ilavoli10 luarfcrt 5 J A Murray whisfi we publish for tbe To nt Ik 2 Twentieth SI information of our readers The matter of tho respective candidates so far as it is usr or prizes present developed we bolievo tho race ought to be taken hold of and if such lands at 1 CAPITAL PKIZE OF 100000300000 to be between Judgo Lewis and Judge I UllAND IltIZE OF 100 oon 100000 as are described are to bo obtained in our ni llTh iiiiiMni OVUUU Roberts UI We have been unable to learn of i uitAiiu 50000 county the owners should communicate 1 LAHUE PKIZES OF 25000 25000 with Judge Murray who desires to givo any county which Judgo Simrnll can have 2 LAKQK PHIZES OF 10000 20000 PHIZES OF In this wo 6000 25000 Mr Proctor the Stato Geologist the in- Â¬ tbo slightest hope of carrying 25 1 000 do not refer to Jeffesson county 25000 The formation he asks for 100 soo 50000 country counties will undoubtedly either 200 son 60090 I S00 Fiunkfort Ky U S of A Deo 13 89 cast their votes for Julge Lewis or Judge 200 100000 irrROIIUATIOK PHIZES Roberts We do not think that Judeo John Allen Murray Eiqr Cloverport Ky 100 Trltes of 500 aro 50000 x 100 Prioiof300aro Dear Bin Enclosed please find copy of a Simrall has tbo slightest ohance of carry- Â¬ 530000 - 100 1rltes of 200 aro ing a single country county 20000 Judge Lewis letter Just received at this office It would TiniiiifAL lmzrs seem that the plateau lands of Breckenridge will on account of his residence in a more 999 Prlict of 100 ar 99900 999 Prltes of 100 are centtal part of tbe territory get moro County might suit tho writers purpose VU900 Please let mo hear from you what lands couutry countic than Judge Roberts We 3131 Prlies amounting to 1054800 answering his description are to be had at think that Judge Roberts may with reason Â¬ Notk Tickets drawing Capital Prlies aro what prices and on what terms Sic Awaiting able certainty calculato that ho will carry not ontttlod to terminal Prlies an early reply I am tho following counties Marion Nelsjn AGENTS WANTED Yours truly Washington LaRuo Bullitt and Oldham -John It Puoctor For Club rates or any further Information IIo has at least and equal chance with desired write legibly to tbe undersigned Stato deologtit Judgo Lewis in Sholby Spencer Mende otoarly stating your residence with Btale County Street and Number Mororapid return All the other country Monrok ddxrx Co Wis Dee 10 1889 and Drcckenridge mail delivery will be anured by your enclos Â¬ counties will likely be for Judgo Lowls ing an Envolope Stalo Geologlit and Commissioner bearing your full address Without having nny well defined Idea cf Emigration Frankfort Ky IMPORTANT DkrSii I would hereby most respect about bow the city of Louisville and Jef Auant iI A DAUPHIN fully request you to send mo any printed mat- Â¬ crson county will cast their vote as be- Â¬ Now Orloaii I a orM A UAV1IIIN ter treating on the soil timber water pro tween Judge Roberts and Judge Simrall resources to of the Stato of Ken duction we assume that Judgo Roberts will at least Dy ordinary letter containing Monkt ORMtR tucky Would alio be pleated to know of all receive as many of their votes as Judge Issued by alt Express Companies New York hxohaogo the succeitful Colonies Uerman Swiss or Eng Â¬ Simrall Wk pay Thus it can bo seon at a pjauce on CuauKNOir Druft or Postal Note sent us by Express or 5 or oyer lish eitnbllthcd In Kentucky and whether if Judge Simralls name Is presented to the any suitable lands and Iccations remain for convention Address Registered Letters to at all that ho would soon Colonisation If you can give me dropped nnd In that event it is but reason-bsÂ¬ NKW OULIUNS NATIONAL purpoict HANK any advice In this matter or afford me any as Â¬ New OrlouHM I a able to assume that the greater part if not sistance I shall thankfully aeoept and be very IlEMEMUER that the payment of all prises much obliged I am looking up a location for the entire vote of Jefferson county and the Individual settlement or for a colony where city of Louisville wouli go to Judgo Rob- Â¬ HANKS of New Orleans and tbe Tlokcts are signed By tbe President of an Institution tho culture of fruits bcrrlos anil vegetables erts and thus effect his nomination Unts are recognised In the Whether Judge Simrall really expects to No cold oould bo carried on successfully highestf Couhsj therefore beware of any lmlta heavy low or waihy soil will do but It re Â¬ wn the race or Is merely endeavoring to tlons or annonymous sebeines quires a loamy deep and easy working soil make acquaintances for future use we do ONE DOLLAR Is the price of the smallest and the subsoil ought to be quite porous for not know but certain It Is that Louisville part or fraction of a Tlokot ISSUED J1Y U8 In any Drawing Anything In our name trees to root deep and to prevent the washing may In this raco name one ol her citizens of fared for less thai a Dollar It a swindle of soli I am aware that many soils of the a judge of tbe Court of Appeals by simply South watb badlr but such Is not wanted casting her voto for Judge Roberts If as you Please to give me such Information LINE Judge Roberts could certainly count on THELOUlSVILLESTLOUrSAia can and much oblige L EASTLlt 11 the voto of his own city and county bis Yours very Heipectfully elecliou would now bo a foregone conclu- Â¬ SHORTEST QUICKEST Herman I flloogo sion If Judgo Simrall were to secure the AND DEST LINK TO solid vote of Loniiville and Jefferson coun- Â¬ ty he could not get tbo nomination be Â¬ AND ALL POINTS cause It is quite clear that that is the only vote be would have in any event For if Judge Roberts wore not a candidate or If When Uaby waui alck we cave her Cattorla by any accident bis name should not be UmI for Caatorl When alte wa a Child alia ci Tiw Cui ii SSwi 16 1SE before the convention Judge Lewis would When she became MUuj alio clung to Cutorta certainly recslva the support of tho entire 1 piilUmi the gave tbum CastorU When ho lis district Qulttdt of Jefferson county KvantTlllo 9j0 TbU Is the slualton XXX For further UfarwatloB eell on or address S MIMNC VflK HYHtKlHIA V Mravra Qwl fats Agt LmiuyIIU Ky Ira Hhtef IliytleUns recommend It 1MYANT All dealers keep tt f 100 per bottle aewlM Hubscribefor I Ik- - Bukckhnbiixi Nkws f Tratr A LmMH Ky bai trade mark aud crowed red IIhm on wropfer i UNION STAR t LH in i JfSuf lro dUa23 t nM lIiuiti 6 1 inur J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WuuliirloiilG 4rr1 f - St Louis Evansville West and South Wegt k ft f ft t 24 m Pg V W BRANDENBURG Mr A Ditto 8r was In Ljulsvillo lust PPRq S ikai r 2 1 stable S B Adklcaott Between tit wo ennno liolp it The whcntlicr dont suit us n bit Spend a dollar with Sulzars nnd get two in satisfaction back wo had our wtiy about it wo would call down the snow flakes When you want oat meal and rolled oats v j from tlio frosted sky and send the wind bowling through- - your bulk give Babbngo n call whiskers I But what i ono mans loss is anothers again John Thixton of Owcnsboro was in our Wo Why docs tho Bed Front sell so cheap town Snturdoy Because everything Is cash NVo must reduce our stock of Winter Suits and Overcoats and Judge Alton Mutny of Clovcrport was Glvo usoful gifts whllo you nro at it as a good many people wont buy until driven to it by tho in town Saturday You will find them at Sulzers Tho roads nro very muddy from so much weather wo intend to drive them to buy now if our prices will Ynu car buy moro goods at tho lied rain hero of lato Both tho method mid results when Front than anywhero elso In town do it Come and seo us look through our immense stock of Mr J A McOeheo has lost about forty Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant You aro not ready fcr Christmas until our own make Clothing piok out what you like and wo will hogs from cholera and refreshing to thotnsto nndncts you have seen our stock Sulzers Mrs M H Foutaine returned homo last name a price fo low that you will wonder how we can afford it fcntlyyct promptly on tho Kidneys Ifyou wont to make an X mn present Bowols cleanses tho sys Â¬ week from Shclbyvlllo call at J L Millers and buy there Tho fact is wo cant aflbrd it but necessity knows no law o tem effectually dispels colds head Miss Ellon Wilkes Louisville is visiting If you want your horso fed It will cost aches and fovors and cures habitual aro overstocked and dont care to hold up for profit until tho Bargains were never better or bigger you only 10 to 25 cents at tho stablo S B nt Mr II C Rowlings Theyre wonders constipation Syrup of Figs is tho Tho Fall sown wheat is looking well nnd sovcrc weather conies though it is not far off Adklrsou Dont delay only remedy of its kind over pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tasto and ac Â¬ I havo in stcck a fine lino of fancy in good shape to stand tbo winter longer while you linvothis chance ceptable to tho stomach prompt in Messrs W M Ditto nnd Joo McGeheo chairs nnd fancy tables for Xmas gilts its action and truly beneficial in its took some stock to tho city last week J L Miller cfTects prepared only from tho most Mr C P Babbagp traveling for Arm You can wait till Now Year to buy healthy and ngrecablo substances Never bore better fruit than it bears this fccason As Christmas gifts but gifts will go Buy slroi g it Co was in town last Tuesday its many oxcellcnt qualities comearly Sulzers Mist Georgie Moremen returned home mend it to all and havo mado it A full line of flower stands rocking Tuesday after several days vliit to tbo tho most popular remedy known city chairs sidebonrds fancy center tables Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and 1 bottles by nil leading drug Â¬ bed lounges bedsteads bed room sets and Miss Mattio McGeheo ono of the society gists pictures for cash Will sell cheap Any reliable druggist who J L belles of the Bottom was in Louisvlllo last We invite you to the may not havo it on hand will pro- Â¬ Miller week S E COR THIRD AND MARKET STS LOUISVILLE KY cure it promptly for any ono who Mr James HnfTey a prominent farmer Mr D O Turcntino expects to moke wishes to try Do not accept of thu Planters Hall heighborhood died Louisville his hcadqua ters tho firs of next Hi -any substitute Nov lGh Ho left a wifo and eight chil- Â¬ month CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO dren the youngest being n babo of threo Thero wero two mulo buyers from Bow SAN FRANCISC 7 CAL months ling Green here tho latter part of last LOUISVILLE KT NEW YORK Nr Mr Josso Ivcys aud Mr Ludwcll Adkis week Servico was held nt the M E church FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS son aro tho champion hunters in tl is neck The former brougct down Sunday by llov Morrison morning and ofthewoodi Wo are authorized to announce 1C birds with 10 thots and the latter 13 evening GRORGE H MADDEN birds in 20 shots as a Candidate for Clerk Court of Appeals Miss Reoa Clarkson spent last week in OF BLOOMINGTON ILL Subject to the action of Democratlo State Dr J E Browns threo new cottoges in town the guest of her aunt Mrs Geo II Convention They Cnsperke the East end are about completed Cant sonio of our FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS show up handsomely Mr Cliarlio Patterson of Cloverporl other monipd men show the same spirit of was in town Wo aro authorized to announco several day last week attend Â¬ enterprise as the doctor 7 ing court A Y STKVnNSON Pros JOHN ROBERTS JOHN KDDV Vlco Prcs Work on the machine shops is progress of the City of Louiivlllo ns a candldato for T J DUNN Secretary Mr F Ditto sr retimed homo last Wed Â¬ F L IIUNN Troisurcr Judge of tho Court of Appeals subject to the ing nicely and if the weather remains good nesday after several days tisit to his old action of the Democratlo party of tho Third ADVISOKY BOARD OF CLOVERPOKT the work will show up largely in another Apjiellato District homo stead J I MIMKU President week J C NOITE Vlco Prcsldent i here nre now about fifty men at Wm A Ditto jr We are authorited to announco Long Brnnch was uUU BU0WN DAVID STANCLIFP K T POLK work betides several teams forced to the city last week on somo im- Â¬ JN0 D IIAIlDAQi Secretary and Troasurcr JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS Jlook Kn plng Short llntul Telegraphy Tho great dynamite guns have revolu- Â¬ portant II rtto Catalogue ami fall information business as a candidate for reelection to tbo oOico of and Canters mniric Judge of the Court of Appeals subject to the tionized warfare Miss Jennie Clarkson Big Spring is action of tho Democratic party chicken cholera euro has stopped tho rav Tlie only Building and Loan Association In tbo United States doing a business on a correct visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs ages of cholera among tho poultry Sold compound Interest tnblo Ephraim Wimp nnd guaranteed by G W Short It offers to Its Wrotrcji tlio funds of tbo Association ujon a strictly lquttablo plan bj re Thero will bo several cutorlainmenU ducing tbo monthly payments to an amount that will matiiro tho stock within a given time Prof Loucttes Memory System is cre- Â¬ ating greater interest then ever in nil parts given during the holidays that have already tbo Interest premium and dues being fixoJ at an nmount tlint will exactly produco tlio result ucon spoken of asking no more and taken no less KY of tho country and persons wishing to im HARDINSBURO Every stockholder In this Association stands on tlio same platform WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL For wedding and X inas presents buy of prove their memory should send for his JtTTOtio on Brick Corner This Association pays on voluntary withdrawals tho amount paid In nnd 0 per cent an he guarantees his prices or prospectus free ns advertised in another Sbclman nual interest money refuuded column FARM IMPLEMENTS BUILDING Shares 100 each payablo In monthly Installments of 0 cents per shnro In class A nnd SAW MILLS ENGINES Miss Bertie Richardson of Louisville The Big Spring corresponcnt of the 120 in class 13 Mrs C C returned home last week nfter the recep- Â¬ EKzabetetown News sajs It Is a National Association with a National reputation WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18 1889 Por further information apply to tho local advisory board or to Moorman who has been in a very low tion at the Lewis Mansion Mr Hudson General Freight Agent of Cioverport Ky JN0 D UAUDAQn Sec X Trcas stato of health for some time is wo aro T It R was ot Long happy to say out again looking mush im- Â¬ the L St L STATE AGENTS FOR ROYAL ST JOHN SEWING MACHINE Two colored men have started a news Â¬ States fair daughlers Branch one day last week Owing to the in Â¬ Notice the label on your pnpor and proved mo If your time cxnlrcii till month Dr J M Hardin is said to have mado paper in New York with the motto Death clemency of tho weather there were not so Judge A Tho Louisville Times says IoiiImviIIo Tobacco Jtlnrlcct Tho ditto in trlvcn alter your uaiiio M Pulliams friends who were apprehen- Â¬ 9 000 lately out of his asphalt scheme to the Republican party many as wero expected but quito n um In rc1 Ink and appear only after Rev Morrison preached a most excel- berof Mr and Mrs Lswi3 friends with The market for old Burleys lias been de Â¬ Go to Jimmie Miller for Gas stock sive that the confinement at Frankfort Thats no bad thing you see I thoMO sinnics whoso time expires their happy greetings was assembled cidedly weak and irregular this week ex- Â¬ willbi at home Saturdays and Mondays during tho current month Wo hopo would be detrimental to a not over strong Mr T A Simmons is closinc out his lent sermon at the M K Church Sunday Itcmciii all will renew promptly aiOO por constitution have secured him the position grocery business His health does not per- Â¬ one that lay close to tho doors of many They received many hondsomo nnd beau- Â¬ cept for selections and those kinds have and Chrismas week I wish to make set- Â¬ ber tho price siow I only tiful presents from their numerous friends christians been very scarce Medium aud common tlements iu person by cash or note Pienso of Hospital Steward there mit of his conducting it any longer year If paid Mrlctly In advance grades have been especially low call and seo mo Mr Will Dryant is running tho express ujrs iewis two brothers Dit B T Rakkkrty Prof T M The Stato Missionary Board of tho Geo Yeakel Co are tbo pioneers ol New Burleys are selling relatively much If you aro Indebted to this paper either Christian Church has secured the serviceb low prices Ob how lovely Frank Payno has my itemized accounts wagon to Weldon J C Asbcraft is put- Â¬ House nnd wife Jim House and Mr and nnd ho cheup Receipts of new ting him up a Bure enough wagon for the Mrs Joe Iiurgo of Louisville were pres Â¬ better than tho old crop for subscription job work or advertising of the Ilev Mr Gregory of Lexington to is what tho ladies say of their stock ent on tho ocpasion They returned on are increasing and the offerings have business one that will stand tho racket He will begin his nmount by mail or call at work in this county please send the Mr Chapeze Wntheu returned home After dinner thero was shown some useful colory tobneco Miss Mary Fairleigh entertained Sunday the evening train labor on the first Sunday in January at from Elizabethtown last week We need tho money tho oflico and pay where he The situation in the Burley market may at dinner the Lewis family County Attor some good music and a general sociable church Tar Fork All persons having olalms against Wm has been attending ccurt for several weeks and pleasant nf ernoon until tho crowd bo summarised by saying that in the old It ia a very small amount you owe ot ney Chapeze Walhen P K Malin and J Tlnius deceased estate will picaio prosent The many friends of Rev B U Cox No doubt but tbcro aro a few old batcbe 1 00 dispersed but suppose crop prices barely get up to tho inside them properly proven for settlement only Of course your correspondent course probably T Ditto It was a sort of family reunion who conducted the Christian meeting in lors up hero that would liko to wns on hand ns is generally the see somo of JESSU C TINIUS Administrator you distribute this amount among five or Fishers Hall last March will be pained to cose figures of our quotations while new crops Mr and Mrs A Ditto Jr and family the pretty girls with their night caps on especially if there is any pio to bo cut are fully up to the outside figures and in and it makes a big bear of bis ruisfortuno in the loss of his six hundred people went to West Point Tuesday to celebrate some caicr perhaps a bid or two above Mr Virgil Hardin nnd wifeof Holt were tbo birthday of Mr C II Dittos son Wo are not in tho habit of wife Mrs Bettio E Cox who died at her thing to us Dark tubaccos are still dragging nlong up to seo their daughter Mrs M H Fon- Â¬ Icruonul How big fat Mr Turkey will Clarence dunning our patrons through tho paper home in Middletown Ky Nov 2 lib with very little demand and no animation taine and grandson Virgil Hardin last suffer 550 acres of land in one mllo of Webster Judge J A Murroy went to Frankfort in tho market Farmers Home Journal Ilev I B Timberlake preacned two ex- Â¬ week we rrefer to give tho space to nows but Station L St L T railroad In god Miss Lillio Hay bas cards out inviting yesterday here last Sunday He oc cellent sermons necessity compels us to make this appeal Cbarlio Moremen assisted Mr J L many of hor friends to n candy pulling on community in good state of cultivation cupied Rev W O Brandons pulpit in the Mr Taylor Uaynes of Urandcnburg Do It Ami itlr Stephen Will is Fairleigh in the bank in the absence of tho 20th Miss Illlie knows well how to churches schools nnd shops convenient us will re and wo hope those who morning aud preached in the Baptist Agriculturalist has Address American Tho Mr D W Lewis while ho was out West outcrtaiu and pulling candy will not bo in the city T B IlKXiiKnsox notice spond at onco without further church at night Bro Timberluke is very Mr Felix Monroe of Hardinsburg was awarded its prize of 509 for tho best acre after tho Ilawes Webster Ky tho only order of tho evening after riding with our people and never fails to popular of potatoes raised last year to C B Coy in town Monday Next Wednesday is Christmas Tho immense bargains of Geo Ycakol so far draw good audieuccs of Maine The crop yielded 733 bushels Mr W S Dcard of Hardinsburg Co keep them busy and rushed all tho Vuscs very bw at tho red front was Tho second prize was given to a Now York The Tylcr Bjrks wedding was the topic E II Shelman has made ono of tho in me city Monday very few houses aro enjoying tho Kroit Jeuiu puuU 90 eta ft the Rtd of conversation among the young people time man who raised CCD bushels on one acre neatest and largest solections of jewelry John Thixton Jr of Owonsboro wns Friend Jnroes G Stephens of Brecken Â¬ 2 000000 Hickory Spokes Uabbnges is headquarters for groceries yesterday Quite a number from this city trado that Ibis firm is having ever brought to this poriion of the country The little fellows nre delighted at tho Diamonds plain rings gold watches nnd in the cily yestenhy 500000 feet Hickory lumber Hqtcl Iivington Â¬ have been invited and will show their ap- Â¬ ridge county Ky says ho believes it posStop at tho Irvington nearness of Christmas that they may get silver plated ware He can please anyone Mrs J C Drnsbenr of Stcphcnsport sible to raiso 1000 bushels on one acre nnd 500000 feet Oak lumber preciation of the event by their presence Ky to bang there stocking and see what old He will not be undersold by any besides was in tbo cily Saturday shopping 100000 Cords of Hickory Butts is planting to accomplish this result Tinware lower than aujwhero eso at wo congratulate Mr Tyler on capturing For dimensions and pricos address Santa will fetch for them ono of the loveliest and sweetest gills In Miss Lula Owen and Miss Minnio Mur Â¬ Farmers Home Journal ho is going to givo to somo ono of his cus- Â¬ the lied Frout OwBxsiiitono Wheel Co Miss Ncllio Lewis was down from Louis this community tomers a gold watch sewing machino or ray have returned from Louisville Sulzers aro dandies on candies and the lion W It IIuyiicN Itlnkca rt Mr W C- - Quluby Grand Chancellor of ville last Tuesday at the recoption of her brcech loadlng shot gun Miss Mary namrnan of Addison was store is quite handy er Speech Knights of Pythias in view of brother and returned on tho evening train Mr Jno Dave Richardson bus bought visiting friends in the city last week will Kentucky Must reduce my stock of goods In tho prosecution of the Showers case to be present at school next morning H Ralhoone tho fact that Mr J the the Meade County News from Miss Hettio Mrs II W Conrad of Leavenworth sell closo J L Miller tho Hon W R Hnynes mado one of the R II Nevitt bought Park Wrights dog Coleman founder of tbo order who died yesterday Miss Coleman certainly de- Â¬ Ind is visiting her son Mr S We the undersigned as commissioners P Conrad B Adklssou for most eloquent aud powerful speeches that If you want coal call on 8 of Kentucky will Ibsuo a cir- Â¬ Finzer for tweniy dollars was a nntlvo Dick owns a served credit in conducting tho News ns Mr 1 F Beard and Judjo Mercer went has been mado in this county for somo and in behalf of Orayson and Hreckenrtdeo oflice In new stable counties will until 12 oclock Monday at his I believe sho was the cular directing all the lodges in Kentucky fine dog and a fine gun and a better fel- Â¬ long as sho did tho to Louisvillo yesterday on railroad busi- Â¬ time As a local orator Mr Uayues has lOth day of December 1889 receive sealed only lady editor of a paper in the State Co have a choico line of to drape their charters and wear the usual low never lived to loan such things out Geo Yeakel bids for the erection of a stono abutment on ness but few equals and his eloquence and Hough Htvor nt emblems of mourning lor thirty days the month of Peter Cavo imported cloaU and jackets Bargains in dry goods bargains in boots It is whlspored that sho sold out to ongago Miss Gense Drashear wont to Holt yes Â¬ ability was uevor moro powerfully recog- Â¬ Creek to bo erected ia the plico of the one that Mr As a manipulator of natural gas Mr and shoes bargaius in cloaks bargains in in n moro nobla purpose shortly Hecipo for a good Christmas cake nized than iu the scene in the court room his thero recently fallen down - llnn ni J no D Gregory takes the cake But it is hats bargains in blankets and shawls Richardson is a livo business man and no terday to be present at the Tjler Durks can r round with be buy all tho Ingredients of Sulzers of during his speech and at tho conclusion speeiueauons the right to reject eitherand us Wo reserve wedding doubt but what he will do himsolf credit as aby all very easy to show a fino well liko the Min bargains in everything at Geo Yeakel nanus I havo too much furnlturo on of his appeal to tho jury Hardin County nun Miss Addio Louise Dabbago spent last an editor eral Center to a good advantage It is Cos W T CANNON J I Miller will sell nt about cost Independent conceded by those who aro competent llrcekeeriiUe A Ore broke out in Dr Puseys office Thursday In Loulsyillo with her cousin For genuino clearing out prices look J M McCLUKIJ Jr Tho most attractlvo placo especially for judges that this well is one of the best fn Miss Jcnnlo Fairleigh last Thursday evening Ho hluks It was Cliuniro of Time ou tlio l Nt I 6c T I Dec 6th 1839 Irayson little girls and boys is Babbagos Holiday the Stato Wo aro satisfied that it lays around and you will find Shelmun Is tho possibly caused by having thrown a book Col S M Burdetto of tho Courier- A new time card went into effect on the lowest oil every thing Mens Full Stock down display in Meade county over anything It will on a match In his laboratory and Jaurunl Is spending a fow weeks with It at it a i last Sunday the evening Boots 175 Shirts X cents llovs Caps If you dont boa what jou want for be hard to convince our Meade county closing tho door Ho bad not boen out of Capt A J Cross Holt trains on Sundays have boon discontinued 10 cents Christmas at Babbages dont hesitate to friends of tho truth of this but Its a fact the oOico more than fifteen minutes before Mr John T Ditto came down from Tbo West bound morning trains arrive From tho Hardinsburg correspondent nevertheless ask for it it was discovered If it bad happened Brandenburg yesterday to see his sister now at 1121 ovening trains at 9 5G The Mr and Mrs O W Moorman invited a It seems as if the L U k V had struck about midnight instead of in the day there and Headquarters for If you want to seo the largest stock of Hist bound trains come at 959 a in and attend the Tyler Burks nuptials They might havo boen a very serious Gre In the clothing in Mcado county call nt Geo few friends to meet Rev I B Timberlake the town at last struck It hard freight trains have Mr F W Spreen aud wife of Covington 531 p in Two extra Ycalcl The cozy little par- Â¬ will think sho has bofore they get through little village as the office Is right against last Friday evening Gos tho demands who have been spending tho past weok with been put on to accommodate with it up there A Ditto a store bouse and ware room Build Â¬ lor and dining room were tastefully decor is The Clover Lino An Investment in tho Inter Slate Kd Oglesby and family returned home of the shippers Mf which Is a large framebuildlug It Is only doing a lively business all around V II Hichardson was given the initia ing and Loan Association pays 18 per ated with Ivy and an olegant lunch served Groin Drills Fertilizer Cement Mich Â¬ Monday The host and hostess were enthusiastic lu torp degree a matter of time about when the town wil in Odd Fellowship coat per annum last igan Plaster Salt Lime Coal Oil t Mr W B Haldoman and Capt V J hospitality upon this occasion aud Thursday night Tlio Itupubllciiiiv Wont lluvo llllii their Tho Maackport order be gutted by a tiro They can easily got a Abraham Tho Hardinsburg people feel deeply tho made overy guest feel perfectly left Friday for Brcakenridge by the Barrel Plaster Hair happy Tho very best way to convert small town supply of Water into the street from the was over aud assisted in conferring the do railroad situation and aro not satisfied at Muslo by Miss Jonule Wurfield county to hunt for a weok Tboy will be Republicans to genuine Democrats Is to extinguish nnd Miss gree I O q F have proven to be ponds at tho top of tho bill to lue bolng switched off from tho mala lino by a Katlo Bowmcr lent additional charms to a great benefit to many be dbno at very the guests of Cupt A J Cross ono of the have n negro postmaster appointed fur hero belonging any ordinary fire It can spur Wo understand there Is not one Brick Plow Handles Pioo them the evening little oost If they would only pull together most hospitable gentlemen lu that section to it Flooring al Â¬ We hear of a few sales of lljrley tobac- Â¬ Courier Journal Republican lu tho whole town of Branden Â¬ Kvery man seems to be for himself here ways kept on hand HucktoHK Arnica Halve Orders ac Â¬ 7 8 and The Meade County News haa gone into and the fire will be for all It gets started co being sold to local dealers at burg nnd thero were a great number of companied by cash prompt- Â¬ Tho best salve In the world for cuts the bauds of a tried and trueMr H B for the best crop 10 cent Democrat once them beforo a negro was Inflicted upon Reduced llutcn fur tho llulldayv bruises sores ulcers salt rheum forer ly filled and It will no doubt como out now advo Flerco seams to ho I ho only buyor on the sores tetter chapped bands chilblains Hawesville Plalndcaler them Mr D V Lewis bride and sister Miss Tho L St L k T Railway will on Deo cating the principles of Democracy Â¬ markot The earns and all skin eruptions and positive home last Monday night 24th and 25th sell round trip tickets to all It is News has never bad any special political Lula arrived they CvM Dullttt it tho first of our enterÂ¬ ly eures Piles or no pay required were tondered an ele Â¬ stations ou Its line at ono and onetkrd guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or views heretofore but was edited in a Re The next day Tb only prising citizens to Introduce natural gas money refunded SELF POURING gant receptlou by his parents Tbo dinrnir fare or the round trip limited to return Price 25 cents per box publican family POTS cornet pet iv This he did last week For sale by Q W Short Qloverport Ky Into bis residence was elegantly prepared and it was all tbu on December 27tb also on December 31st mimtW TM HUM iLii at a very nominal cost and It works like a and J A Witt Hardinsburg Ky iti Mr J S Moremen Is interested to the emea iii JUyiiy jt mvsiiii and Jauuary 1st good until January id vwndrM YOU CO MOT UfT THB charm amount of 15 000 worth of stoek In the Misses KvaCorrlgan and llertle Richard POT Kckasl Nome For further Information apply to Hedeman Tllford process of making steel The highest encomiums are tlll pro the charming Mis Lillian son jCTIJILtI XL iY 0 Aunjf Agt The Board of Trustees has decided that which will beno doubt one of the best the eldest daughter of the family to re nouneet by those who attended the recent TfoetrthwMlWIiCsHB l IKON The we 4ms11 have from the Saturday before things ever Invented in the e untry eelro the In her usual jolly ami dedication service at Webster irYOUH hACK A CHXH 04 LU splendid dinner the free kotpitelklM and GbflitaM until the Thursday following They oan make the fisMt of steel any beautiful manner Of you are all wem out really hooJ for nothing The bride looked t kitajiefwl iWblltiy try PtUtXsM well as la daya of yore1 the generally good time intellectually and New Years day m our holidays May you temper that may j U from quite pretty MMOHWVI IMOtr MITTJiKS Cs Hold KwsUwrareuaHdKlreaRoodaHwtife plosiaally enjoyed on he oceaalon oon all oowe baek ie your work the better for any kind of iron and it kirtlnen proven to and the groom wore a happy eounlenancii Mr all iWttivrn lu mvUIomv by numerous tests and experfjnrntti havlnic ent a merry Christmas liiue to he the theme wfeenveraalkn over Hit capture of oiie of the SunlloworA htk 60 at the Bed Front Undershirts from 7fi cts a pair to 25 tin Dapplo Tonics 25 a patr at tho lied Front 2 1 Velocipedes wcik If you want hauling call at tho new lt O Woodson was was In Lovtsville wsek Mr W II Richardson wns In tho city last wcok Hon Chapezo Wnthon was In Hpnder son Saturday II BAD FOR US HERE If WE r aRE 3te3s AGAIN With no end of gifts nnd pros nts for everybody VicSsS - Jaf Jt Mj JSP Â¬ YouUsSantaClaus Â¬ JULIUS WINTER Old Reliable Clothier Santas Sole Agent Holiday - it INTER STATE Headquarters Buildte k IfOan Aodation Tli 0--EIT-A-- 2000000000 SULZERS BASSETT Cioverport Kentucky BRYANT ir STRATTON Business College LOUISVILLE KY Dr J T BAKER Physician and Surgeon R J BRO Â¬ LEITCHFIELD KENTUCKY Breckenridge News iooai lmrviTirs Material Wagons and Buggies Notice Â¬ Notice For Sale oo t Wanted lo Contractors Wanted GREGORYS CO Reapers and Mowers J Pine Poplar Shingles M - Â¬ BUY YOUR IU Htk ni jr asltd SHIETS J D tttn guU ad wtH ttOW BABBAGE jT - - - MMMMMMKMM Jcffcmoii llnrln MOOLEYVILLE Valuable Hooks Borne of tho best bargains that awclt thd purou of n second hand book seller coino aliout by pure luck nt least so It seems to mo con Â¬ sidering the tlmo I havo been Iu tlio business Ono day a man camo Into my bookstall nud luquire d forncritaln book on tlio entomology I did not havo it and learned of Missouri that It was published no mora Ho told mo to seo If I could dud tho book for him liny he Until li llurtforit A gentle Â¬ 1 lilt Hartford Herald saysman viIiokp cniitif clion with the L II ft W railroad glies tits opinion sonic weight nys that tlio prnprcts ol hiidding that road nn to Hiirllnrd are hy tin means un Â¬ favorable aiidlhat the road can tin in Â¬ duced Ij come to this phun Mr J J McIIcnry has sent to President McCrnck on sntnplps ot Iron ore fount ntorg the lino of tho road particularly from the Iron When ihe mountain tiorlh ol Hartford McCrnckcns fee the rrsnurcra iilcng this line and u right of way already or nesrly so secured they will then build tho road at once They will finUh wotk to Fotds vilo h Juninry 1 nnd tho hands could then be put nn this end - IMJLUXXMMJOaKXKIMJUUljrMXKMXML nONSOMPTION first Mngos cnn it successfully checked liy tlio prompt uso of Aycrsi Cherry Icctornl Even In tlio later periods of tlint illsonso tlio cough Is wonderfully relieved by this rncdlclno ed Ayers Cherry Pectoral I Imvo with the lH st cfrect In my practice oneo This 1l wonderful preparation nAtlrrli saved tiljlit T IiaiI fl wtwiii Illy inc unit h fiitnilnnf iv greatly reduced in flesh sweats I vas 1 N It 1 Thu death of Jefferson Iavs at lliu ago Mr Kd Warren and family havo moved of eighty one is one of the most memor Â¬ the Intention of making able events of a tneuiornble yrnr A vet Â¬ to Louisville with it their home eran In arms nml statesmanship It could I hrard n girl ny tho other day that she not he said of him that he lagged supeillu would so much liko to seo Mr T Mifllll It was well for ons on the public stage him nnd cll for a reunited country that Hnrdinsbuig tlio j ears of tho chief organlztr of seces Â¬ Mr Paul Mills who lives a few miles sion should have been prolonged bejond from this place shipped twenty Inrrels of tho normal limit of thrco score nnd ten Had ho died twenty or even ten years ago the embers of fratricidal pis Ion might havo been tnkid anew into bnlilul At It is thero is no fires over his grave ono to revile and there are many to honor or at ell events to respect Ids memory lie has outlived sectional enmity and personal detraction lie has lived long enpjgh to see the political atmosphere purged of prejudice and rancor nnd to forecast In the candid attitude of Northern contem Â¬ poraries the sober and unbiassed judg- Â¬ ment of posterity It was with a fine prescience of what was due to tlio nations magnanimity and to the ingrained honesty of the arch rebel that Horace Qreeley set bin hand to thn bail bond that delivered Jefferson Davis from imprisonment and from the jeopatdy Seldom has n of a trial for high treason gracious act provoked at tho moment moro reproach and indignation and seldom has any been more fully sanctioned in the end by the softened heart aud enlightened conNot only laws but science of n people rightful estimates of principles nnd mo- Â¬ tives are unasserted or unheeded amid the shock of arms Many years of peace and dispassionate retrospect havo been n quir Â¬ ed to convince the men who fought aud suffered for the Union that in bis disrupt- Â¬ ive view of the Constitution and the re- Â¬ served rights of the States Jefferson Davis was entirely sincere and powerfully forti fortified by teaching nnd example The air hot with hatred and dense with the smoke of battlefields needed to be cooled and clarified before all of us could recog- Â¬ nize that the ill starred President of the Southern Confederacy did but carry to their foreseen conclusion the doctrines not ouly formulated by John C Culhoon but nvowed and advocated by such steady rep- Â¬ resentatives of New England feeling as Timothy Pickering and Joiiah Quincy Mr Davis lived long enough however to hear thoughtful men acknowledge that truth is verily a gem of many facets and that he whose gaze is fastened on ono of its aspects is not to be judged harshly be- Â¬ cause to others circumstances give an- Â¬ other point of view Hy no argument but by the inexorable logic of events wero the upholders of the right of secession dislodged from their position From the hour that the Louisiana purchase gave to the United States tbo Mississippi valley jt was written in the book of fate that their Union should be unbroken Thomas Jef- Â¬ ferson himself was blind to the consolidat- Â¬ ing purport of bis great achievement and for two generations no man nt the South or at the North not even Daniel Webiter deciphered the irrevocable decree of destiny In his conviction of the j istice of the cause with which his name is inseparably associated Mr Davis never wavered In affirming the right of a State to resume its sovereignty he believed himself warranted by indisputable precedents and by sound reasoning and In living up to the faith that was in him he believed that he did To that faith he clung as firmly his duty in the last hour as when nearly thirty years ago he went from the Uuied States Senate with a full appreciation of the sig- Â¬ nificance of his solemn leave taking His powers of intellect were u idimmed to the end aud their latest exercise was a vindi- Â¬ cation of the principals lor which he had risked his life It is only a few weeks since Irom what we now know to have been his death beJ he penned an impress ivo letter to be read at tbo zommemoration of tho tardy adoption of the Federal Con- Â¬ In that let- Â¬ stitution by North Carolina ter to which the date of its composition lends a pathetic interest the grounds of fact and argument on which the right of secession was asserted are set forth with incomparable clearness and cogency ns if on the evo of ctinclion the writers mind had summoned all its forces for an outgush of an extraordinary fervor From him came no accent of self exculpation or self reproach Failure had brought sor- Â¬ row but no compunction Amid irrepair able disaster Jefferson Davis was sustain- Â¬ ed by a serene conciouBness that he had done a mans work according to his lights and tnit while unable to command suc- Â¬ cess he had striven to deserve it Kven among thoso who look upon him with least sympathy it was felt that t is man bore defeat and humiliation in the high Hnun fashion aud that of him In his loyal y to a lost cause it might be said ns ol another majestic soul at Utica that Vietiix ctwsa thin placuil std vkla Vuluiii Ily the victors side the gods abide hut hy Â¬ What- - is m I nrrn Tennessee kudu bottle and ti lmlf of tlio lectoral cured A J Kldson M V Mldelleton inc 1 um j tiliwalnlnvi iy ifnA F IV V Several years ajro I was severely HI Tho doctors said I wat In consumption mid that they could do nothing for me hut advised mo as a last resort to try AVers Cherry lectoral After taking this rncdlclno two or thrco months I was cured and my health remains good James 1 I r chard to tho present day Darlon Conn Several years ago on a passage home from California by water I contracted so severe n cold that for some days I was confined to my state room and a phvslclan on board considered my llfo Happening to havo n bottlo In danger of Aycrs Cherry lectoral I used It freely and my lungs were soon rcsiorcu Hinco men l iii a healthy condition liuvo Invariably recommended this prepChandler Junction Ya J li aration Â¬ Ayers Cherry Pectoral rmriiiiD Dr r J C Bold by nil Aycr it Co Lowell Matt fintcgltli lrlce ft I bottles Breckenridge News GUSTON The wheat irop will go inlo winter in Itooil condition although early sown has some lly in it Corn gnthcring was going on nt a rapid rate Inst week with a great deal of the crop yet in tht field Mr Taylor IiasLam sold a hogshead of Hurley leaf tobacco in Louisville on the ltd inet for 11770 per hundred The protracted meeting which was Mo come ofTat Salem last week was postponed until probably some time in January Mescrs Clint Hrjant have Arthur rested Mr James Thompsons capacious two story store room and will have their goods on by the holidays if not sooner A little nonsense now and then is rel Â¬ ished by the best of men Wo older folks should not forget to talk and think about what occurred 1839 years ago and why it apple brandy Thursday last All the gills nre thinking long ol the tiino when tho hojs if this ncgiborhnnd will return from Owenjiboro who has been Miss Julia Cunningham sick for several weeks is quite well ngaiu Wn nro glad to see you out Miss Julia There was quite n crowd of men in town Saturday all quiet and no drinking Tho opinion is they have all swore off Mr Nellie Qreenwell returned home from Owensboro last week with tho chills nnd fevers luokng more liko u ghost than n live man Mr Itvne nnd wife came to this place Friday last to fpctid n few weeks with the expectation ol taking photographs his Thts is a poor samples show up well piece but honcjt people if he gets work he will bo sure to get his money Success to him Mr Fennelly Pike died at his home near this place November 18 h The de- Â¬ ceased was a boii of Henry Piko and Isa- Â¬ bella Manning nnd was born and raised He leuves a wife and iu Meade county lour children two boys nnd two girls and a kind and loving mother brother and sis- Â¬ ter Ho was n good citizen and u kind aud loving husband and father I kept a skinned oyoon tho lookout for tho voliimo but yet knowing It was next to Impossible to find It Purely by accident though I happened to seo tho Identical book whllo I was purchasing several volumes In a I offered fifty cents for the prlvato library Look and It was accepted tho limn snylng that It was of uouso any mora Two tlnys after my customer who was Interested In en tomology called and ho couldnt got n 1 3 bill out of his iockot quick enough to satisfy Ids liosto lu exchanging that for tho book Thero 160 clean profit mado on a book that wero will not bo called for ouco In two years Thoso who Interest themselves In bugs nro fow but thoy soem to iay good prices for their books Hut thts wasnt a skin gamo on my part for tho book was actually worth 5 to our trade nud to tho man who makos a study of bugs Another peculiar trait of thoso who buy second hand books was dis played by this entomologist Ho had a book containing tho samo text from tho author but from nn edition which omitted ono pago on which several plates or pictures of bugs in their natural colors wero rcpiesentod Hence ho literally paid 5 to get that slnglo pago out of my book Dealer In St Louis Globo Democrat Â¬ Â¬ ICAST6RIA Crmtorta Is Dr Snail PKoImre old lutrmless mstl qnlok onro far nail Childrens Comrilnlntu gaporlor to Castor Ollj PrtrfiRnrfo or Narootlo Syrups Children cry far Cnstorla Mil Hon of Mothers Moss Cnwtorlo Infanta I recommend Cistorli for chllilrons complaints ns superior to ntiy prescription J I A Arciikr MD known to me 111 Bo Oxford BU lirooklyu NY Tins CKNTAtm CoxrAxr 77 Murray St Now York 1 Cntorla euros Cello rninllratlon j Hour Ktomocli DliirrliiiO Kriictntlnn J lives healthy kIocji also nlils i taction Without imrcotlo gtupvluclluii In Cnititiiiiiitlnii Incurable I UYWMXVKVHM Ina A Wonderful UUcovcry P Smoote a highly cultivated and estimable lady of Prescott Ark writes under date of April 22 1889 Dur ing the summer ol 1887 my eyes became Mrs Geo ocurred A great deal of building has been done in our community this fall We never Among saw so many new corn cribs those who have built new residences are John Livers and S A Henry inflamed nnd my stomach and liver al Â¬ most hopelessly disordered Nothng I ate agreed with me I took chronic diar rhici and for some time my life was dir paired of by my family The leading phy- Â¬ sicians of the country were consulted and the medicine administered by them never did any permanent good and I liagered between life and death the latter being preferable to the agonies 1 was enduring Iu May 1888 I became disgusted with and physicians their medicines I dropped them all and depended solely ou Swifts Specific 8 S S a few bottles of which made me permanently well well from then uutil now Vlkublcd or lliinlnciiw As it has been some time since we saw tidings of any kind from here announced in the colunns of your uluable paper we want to beg a little corner olT to one side or in the middle or somewhere else for n few rmarks First we will say that the people of this community have great reasons lobe thank- Â¬ ful to the great Giver of all good for an- Â¬ other 3 ear of peace and plenty lor we havo plenty aud to spare Notwithstanding sickness niul death has visited our community taking the oung as well ns the old from amongst us still we should he thankful for what we have and are lor doubtless these things are in- Â¬ tended to remind us ufresh of the import He ye always ready ant injunction Hreckeuridge farmers used to beat the farmers over here in Meado away out of sight raising tobacco but you see we have s line lellows over here now that under Â¬ stand handling the weed pretty well And well let u good twist ol tobacco that they moved over frcm thin county Kd We havo it nod that pretty at mi lit too that old Santa Cluus id way up Kist gutb- ering presents for the children down hero and that he will be here on the afternoon down train on the 21th Well do we re- Â¬ member how merry the word Christmas sounded to us when we were a bor Old Santa while making glad the hearts ol the little ones dont foget us old folks for you know wo get tniirhty childish at I leel ns if Im going to be power- Â¬ times ful cross about that time Will you please humor me this much if no more II you have any loose oysters nbout in your vest pockets will you please to slip ubout seventeen big fat one that will make lots of soup into our little sock Well Mr Ivlitor you know that there aie some oiks that know just acres more about politics than others and then you know there are some who know good sized lots less We nre of the latter class hence we want a little information or ex- Â¬ planation whichever it may be termed About a year ago we were told by u good old Republican friend ol ours that we would not have to wait longer than n little after Christmas until we should see an in Â¬ creased activity in every branch of buii ne s Says he we will have four years mora of good honest government Our firm products will command better prices I will get my pension aud the good Lord only knows how many good things he did Bay old father Harrsou was going to do lit us Well low the present prices for liojs may cienn more money to the farmer than five cents a pound did a year ago also 70 or 75 cents per bushel lor wheat now may mean more than u dollar did Now understand last year nt this time we are not going to say that Mr Harrison aid his cabinet have quit eating meat and bucuit just to punish ui Democrats over here in Kentucky for voting against him but we want our friend to explain this more satisfactorily to us or wo shall be fur Cleveland or some other good Democtrt la 1810 Several years ago my health failed me and I was compelled to give up my busi- Â¬ 1 was iu constant agony caused ness from excruciating pains in my back liver 1 tried every medicine and stomach I could hear of but without receiving any My uttentlun was then called to S relief I tried Gve bottles ol it and receiv- Â¬ S S ed tho most gratifying results I am to- Â¬ day ns healthy and sound a man as you will find anywhere and I owe it all to the curative properties to be found in Swifts Specific S S 8 It L Womack Morgautown N C Treatise on Dlood nnd Skin Diseases mailed free SWIFI SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Gn Itellvvrs ii l uniiiii In DMicm A fashionably drucd mliUUo nged wo Â¬ man with diamonds stood In front of thu ticket olllc o of the City Hull htn tlouof tho Tlilul it venue I load encased in coueiMitlou with tho ticket agent Hlion peareil to Lhi greatly excited ller cheeks wero Hushed and tears wero In her eyes She had pushed four iKnnle through tho window to iay for her fore and was explaining to tho younz man within that her Kcket had been picked In coming over tlio bridgo As tho rejioi tor approached ho heard her iny It is all tho money I havo anil 1 want to go to my homo In Harlem I cannot walk Jf jou will ti ust mo for tlio other penny Ill piomlMi you I will pay It Thu man bhoved the money back to her us his reply Iu tho meantime bovcral portons had bought their tickets but no ono utopped to ascertain tliotuiiMjof thu womans trouble Blio was about to go nw ay w hen tho rcpoi ter handed tho ticket agent thu much needed jienny Ho was thanked piofuwly Such Instances fre quently occur on thu elevated roads Now HveiilugHuu York Â¬ Head the following Mr C U Morris Newark Ark says Was down with Ab Â¬ scess of Lungs nnd friends and pbysci ana pronounced mo an Incurable Con Â¬ sumptive Uegan taking Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption nm now on my third bottlo nnd able to oversee thn work on my farm It Is the finest medi Â¬ cine ever mado Jesse Middlowarl Decatur Ohio says Had it not been for Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ covery for Consumption I would havo died of Lung Troubles Was given up by doc- Â¬ Electric Alnnn Try it Am now in best o health Is no end to things pooplo will try to tors Thero contrive w Ith tho aid of electricity A queer Sample bottles free at 0 W Shorts Clo looking llttlo old fellow camo Into my olTIco verport Ky nnd J A Witts Hardins Â¬ last week with a box that contained a schomo he exclalned which by attaching to a door burg Ky or drawer lock would ring a bell which could This bell w ould bo placed anywhere chosen keep on ringing too until somo ono on tho iusidoof tho door would shut It off liy a POIt simple combination latch tho electricity can Hut most peculbo shut off in the daytlmo iar Is It that tho old man proposes a schemo by which ho can surround a window or other Some people agreo with Tint buMs opinions entrance so that by sensitized plato If a per Â¬ son passes through It tho bell will ring nnd about men and things nnd somo people dont keep on until stoped This too can bo shut but overyhody likes to get hold of the news It seems off at tho will of tho occupants which Is novcr dull nnd never afraid to feasible nnd If he succeeds will yield an ef- paper spenk Its mind fective and cheap security against burglars Democrats know that for twenty years The Interview In St Louis Globo Domocrat Sun hns fought In the front lino for Democrat ic principles never wavering or weakening In Ilutcr of TarU rioorlnc Plaster of Paris can now bo rendered hard Its lojalty to tho true Interests of the pnrty It enough to bo used for flooring purposes by rerves with fearless Intelligence and disinter Â¬ means of a process recently communicated by ested vigor At times opinions have differed Tho tho French Academy of Sciences to tho host means of accomplishing tho com Â¬ plaster Is mixed with ono slxth of Its weight as freshly blacked lime of good quality nnd mon purpose It Is not Tiik Suns fault If It of this mlxturo worked and applied with as has seen further tato tho uilllstooo llttlo water as possible After It has thorEigbtcca hundred nnd ninety Is tho car oughly dried it 13 treated with n strong that will prolully determine tho result of tho solution of lrou sulphate which gradually Presidential election of 1892 nnd perhnps Ihe oxidizing leaves tho floor Impregnated with a yellow colored uibstanco which develops a fortunes of Democracy for the rest of tho century Victory In 189 Is a duty and tho beflno Imitation of mahogany under an application of Unseed oil Washington Star ginning of 1890 Is tho lest tlmo to start out In compony with Tub Sun A prophet may be without honor in his 050 Dally per month fi00 Daily per year own country but there is more C C C 200 Sunday per year Certain Corn Cum sold nt home than all 800 Dally and Sunday per year other rmedies of its kind put together Dally and Sundiy per month 070 1 00 Wcokly Sun ono year Price 25 cents at druggists or by mni AililrcsM XI 1 1 MN Now York J C Mendeuhnl fc Co Evansvillo Ind Â¬ OUEBBACKEE GILMORE CO Wholesale Grocers 31 cSs 321 W rtvCsiiri St LOUISVILLE ICY TO FILLING ORDERS SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN HR QUN 1890 FULTON AVE BREWERY Brewers and Bottlers of Ind Â¬ Â¬ PJLSENEflEXPORTBEER Messrs Gregory Co Agents Cloverport Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City Rates 250 to 400 Por Day According to Rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in Hotel LOUISVILLE IY HWHERNDONCO ProdueeSc eteneralCommllon No 144 Third St COMPLETE OUTFITS mMiwmwfit 0WW VSToRE HXTSRE MAHIIPAPTimltfrTT Jtt UC YFrtU FTrCTTtU TPUIFIa ICaaS mgm Louisville Ky Arand Schuermeyer 1890 The New York Weekly Herald AT ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Is the Best and Cheapest Family Paper in the United States Heyker GF0CER8 CINCINNATI OHIO NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE Dining the year 1890 it will even exceed itself in the variety of its New features will be contents and its cilbits to please its subscribers added to its tegular dcpattincnts including first class HOME AND FARM LOUISVILLE KY Tho Leading Agricultural Journal of tho South and West h- - Made by Farmers for Farmers As n record of successful sericulture llovn anii Iakm tins no equal lvery topic relating to riRrtculture is openly discussed In Its columns by the firniers themselves No expense Is spared iu securing a full nccouut of every nottble sue cms on Hie farm It is distinctively the ILLUSTRATIONS ITS WHU KNOWN SIKCIAITIOS AltK which originally belonged to Emperor Fred erick of llnpsburg who reigned during the early pai t of tho Foci tcontli contury It is a cross handled sword of great length with haudlo nud tlieutli of solid silvor superbly chased Tlio Damascus blado U cngravod with German Inscriptions and tho Imperial caglo Is carved upon tho haudlo In the Sixteenth century tho saber which was an heir loom In tho Hupsburg family was given by Emperor Mnthias to Count Hunyadi of that day who was killed In battle fighting against tbo Turks who captured tho weapon For moro than 100 years It has boeu a prominent object In tho Imperial armory of Constanti nople Exchange Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Sword with a IlUturj Tho sultan presented Ktnpcror William with thu famous saber of Sultan Murad IV HEHDE Progress In Science Womens Work Choice Flashes of Wit and Humor Llteraturo and Art Stories by the Best Authors Exclusive News for Veterans Practical Farming and Gardening Packet Line I3rDPOK3yEJLTI03r Address 03ST ALL SUBJECTS Passenger Mail and A record of their dally 1fe presented In a form nud language which make it plain to alt ITS LIST OF CONTninUTOri8 Contains the names of Hie most progressive farm Â¬ ers of tlie South and West They do not treat of theoretical farming but of the actual condi Â¬ tion which confront us to day II V Johnson Waldo V llrott n Henry btcwart i John M btalil A 1 1ord j Jen Welbom Hugh T Drools John C Hdtrar Steeles llayou T 11 natdwln nnd a liont of others make this joiniat Indispensable Moreover it is equally FARMERS OWN PAPER v I irt JP s JAMES GORDON BENNETT MV UULI Unt UULLAn YOUIC m ilittAI iau o Express Boats Now York Oily A HOME MAQAZINE livery subject of Interest to the home maker Is fnll treated Mary MarsdcnIolsCatesbyt Mrs Drown Mrs Daviess Miss Cabell Miss Mosby Alice Wlnstuti aud a score of others will contrib lite regularly FAITH t LATIMER i nuiv nur nm i id A vtid I till NOW AND ot NEW YORK CT weekly herald sucru ov ior Tilt 0111 MAN Laxador is working wonders especially in cases of dyspepsia headecha and pifec tlons of the bowels stomach nod liver It cures It at once The best riend to all mohers It Dr Hulls Ilsby Syrup which relierei the suf Â¬ fering of children cuuijd by frelfulnett or internal pain V Subtcrlbefor the Urkokkkriduk Nkwh Money from u Hole An old farmer In tho Granite statu one Sunday morning started to wind up his great tho v Minis Cuto silver watch and found that tho key was iii-t-lrltilled with dli t Ik lng unablo to dig tho lat lllllork This remedy Is becoming so well known ter out with ii pin tho farmer drilled a hole In tho key and with a single breath blow all and eo popular as to need no special mon tho dust out Tliiii ho sat down to think tion All who have used Hlcctric Hitters and within u month had patented tho hola sing the samo song of praise A purer Today In Lebanon N H there is a largo medicine does not exist nnd it is guaran- Â¬ factory numliiij byeloctrlo power wherein aro manufactured dally thousands aud thou teed to do all that is claimed Hlectriu sands of watch koys of every possible slro Hitlers will euro all diseases of the Liver slmpo und design Each ono of theso koys and Kidncjs will removo Pimples Dolls contains tho holo which has bovn patented by Salt ltheutn und other uffeclions caused by tho farmer Tho latter has already mado a Nirtune Auburn Gazetto Impure blood Will drive Malaria from Ilialiioii unif Coil n in the system and prevent as well as cure all Peculiar temptations beset tho joung wo Malarial fevers For cure of Headache man of fashion A church cougregatlou near Little Wash Constipation und Indigestion try Kleclric lugtou has been working Laid for a week or Hutliu satufacllou guaranteed Hitlers two getting ready boxes of clothing for tho Price CO cts atd homo missions A young lady who Is rather or money lefunded noted for her stylish dross had cliaige of tho 100 ner but I In at 0 W Shorts Clovur tilling of port Ky and J A Witts Hardinsburg various ono box As she turned over tho articles she camo to a tailor mado K ilrcuswMcli some wealthy woman had con trlbutcd Inside tho band at tho neck she According to the New York Iudepoud perceived tho mystlo word lied fern IG 77 churches in the It was but tho work of a moment stitched eul there are audaehsrp United States OiDTl ministers and ItO- - jialrof scissors to cut this trade mark from the dress As she packed away the dress 0C7 I0 church members The Methodists having put the bit of her head the list with 60lG8 churches 29 770 pocketbook she said to pilferedi tape In does herself What preachers and 1 721881 members The a missionarys wife know of fashionable drea tnakersf It will be the makljig of my new Haptisls are next with 1GI2I churches walking dress Pittsburg Dispatch I20I7 preachers nnd l07boH0 members The Haptisls show tbn greatest gain dur- Â¬ Nervous and delicate women should not ing the year and the Presbyterians next take Quinine and rack their nerves but 0 0 C Certain Chill Cure the great Dlptherla is prevalent li Ciutral Illi- Â¬ nois and one doclor alone has Irealed remedy for Fever Ague and Malaria Sold and warranted by 0 W Short twenty five cases Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ 1 OUDJOHUJL IN Tht M C JAV I- INflAMCXl UIVWU I J TKL1 OfTY CITY or OWENSUOllO Ooeof tho nliovo fine sldewheel steamers pass up and ilwu dally Splendid aecominodations for stock Oeneral office and 178 Fourth street For all wy landings between Louisville and Itenderson the elegant and fleet steamers JAMES aUTIIHIE Is Iu charge of our Childrens Department nnd she has the peculiar faculty of being both ln ttrestlug and instructive THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION Is a thrilling story appearing In Homb and Iakm by John It Munlck nndis exciting wide nlteiitlou Short stories by distinguished writers nppcar from time to time BILL ARPS LETTERS THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS trihhtt ef Loulnllle Ky V D V L Pknny Sunt HUE Prest COMBINATION WITH tht thlldrtrit magawio says the Springfield Republican Vo OFFICE o M AMBAdME Hardlnsburu Ky Appear In each Issue and this humorous phlloso iiher was never more interesting than at this lime IN 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