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TfPK THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL I XVIII CLOVERPORT SIROCCO KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY tcte-a-tc- 3 1894 NO 24 1 K v iS - t r t groups hero and there one into the honso with his mothcrin iaw mighty throng mingling in one conglom Â¬ Mrs Nancy B Hardin erate mossas it were in tho round about As the regular correspondent of this Miss Augusta Harrison of Hopkins fashion of the plays that were kept up placo journalisticly speaking has be ville is spending Christmas with Mrs till the old clock on the mantle sounded como mystified evaporated and passed Fannie Board Fully ablo to please anyone who wishes to buy tho midnight hour when all betook away I will try to fill his place by Bend- Â¬ Our old friend Wathen Miller who themselves to their several homes to ing in a few items from timo to time has been teaching school at and near dream of the post tho present and what Mr Owen Keys and Miss Adah Payne Columbia Ky for nearly two years is tho future had in store for them And were married at the brides fathers J home for thoX mas holidays nt Mr Dick Shacklctts Christmas night A Pityno on Christmas day Rev Wash Mr Frank Wiles Mr Ehna Bruner the elito roamed bright lighted halls l St Clair officiating May their days bo and sister Miss Lcnorn and brother Mr and tho parlor was brilliantly lighted evor happy their pathway strewn with If you dont want to buyt wc will advise you not to visit us if you do you was up from Hancock county to with rare jewels of great price Ono flowers may tho Angel of Peace guido will be compelled to buy for you cannot resist the temptation as our stock tho Bruner Nenfus wedding would judge from surroundings that and protect them through life is tho is so complcto with desirablo goods at such Silvery wish of their friend the glistening sand Married on last Sabbath evening tho Cupid was getting in his work My lace uplift to the starry vault whlbj across 24th inst at tho homo of tho bride bows of recent wedlock were to be seen Music hath charms Sweet Music Tho social at M W Hardins on tho the stream 1 stretched my hand all sides beast thatB why Mr-- m Humphrey to Miss Stella Young on To him so sad with palld brow gailng plead- - to soothe the 8avage night of tho 30th was quite n success You will be bound to take a few of them in Kev Mr Leander Bruner of Hancock Those from n Itrgly yet like a dream they put a brass baud around a dogs daughter of Mr Allen Young distance were Messrs In moonlight there his form So strangely still iVrgabright periorming me mamago county and Miss Girtle Neaftts of this Ligo and Lnrken Gibson Clovcrport neck see was bent far oer the stream vicinity were united in matrimony on Will Arnold Andyvillo But there are no savoges or beasts ceremony A grand display of Mens Neckwear Ladles and Oeata deota Una Silk Suspenders sand where A moment thus wc stood aput on Herbert Had- Â¬ Silk Handkerchiefs Ladles and Gents Linen Handworked Handkerchiefs Swan Abell and his better half have the evening of the 21st inst Rev Y J dock and Ernest Beauchamp Clifton either being soothed in Clovcrport just mnonheains quiver Mr Mills Misses Janio and Cora Hendry With hands outstretched In mute despair across now It is seldom that n note is ever moved to his uncle Sam Abells where Cherry officiating Attendents the wild rough river His Lee Neafus and Miss Etta Dugan lr and Messrs Henry Cashman and Ottis heard and when it is it is being made his services are much needed Hoping trusting through all onr fear Library Lamps Swinging Lamps Dinner Sets Tea Sets Cruet Sets Chamber Sets by some isolated miserable wretclt who undo having lost an arm is incapacitat Â¬ George Wiles and Miss Pollio Dugan Stiff Raymond Miss Annie Jordan That Hod would save and bring us near Water Sett Fancy Chlnawnre of all description owns a cracked horn and has a spite at ed to meet tho demands in the busy Just a ew more bucIi capers and this Webster Will Jolly Sample Tater Dig- Â¬ I looked again Twsii a pebbled brook oer his neighbor old mother neighborhood will be rid of ger Owensboro and Edgar walks of life Wheeler of which our hands clasped tight all her marriageable daughters Girls Louisville A bevy of young ladies were talking to day I am creditably informed that Clint Tho large crowd of young Wc looked Into each others hearts as the Ladles and MUsei Muffs Factnators Table Linen Napkins Chenille Covers some friends on the corner of Wall and Thompson Paynesville will bo on the are now almost as scaico as daises on a people with tho entertaining host and dawned fair and bright What can you buy nicer for your wife or daughter than a nice We stood together beside the brook with losing Elm Btreefs U few evenings ago when track when the next race for magistrate black hill side after the mercury in the hostess made the occasion quite an en Â¬ hearts so tender of them remarked starts up in the Haynesville and Cedar thermometer has been in winter quarters joyable affair May I to one Then he to me In accents low said Tho few that are left keep How different it is now compared Branch district May everyone hare a MERRY X MAS is the wish from the flrcat Bargain Wo bespeak for Clint a a fortnight you assistance render Store At that time one could good showing as he served us once be it themselves hid n ost of tho timo in order Krom another correspondent As down the stream ol Hie we glide and keep with a year ago Hurrah for Garner and the rest of our lose so pure and sweet stand on this spot and listen to the en- Â¬ said to his credit in the capacity for to bo admired the more when the sun- Â¬ lrom frowning Ills and worldly strife always chanting strains of two cornet bands and which shine of their fairy liko faces sheds a the democrats he is now aspiring in sweet commune to meet We heartily agree with Mr Garner in transient ray of light on the beholder a splendid orchestra all playinu at A precious treasure Oht love divine Will Edmunds is canvassing in the BRANDENBURG KY alas to vanish like a pleasant evanescent the selection of his deputy candidates once life wilt thou be mine All through this interest of Albertson Hobbs Nursery dream MOSKIKY KIIA PITTMAN that leaves ono engulfed in clouds Ah another belle excluimed with a Bridgeport Marfon county Mr J Ind lie of despair while bachelors go in squads Louisville II Avitt will mako a trip to Mephensport Ky Dec as 1S91 sigh when Ralph Nutting left the has chosen Meade Hardin this week with some stock and Brccken- reminding one of the little cat fishes in a M E Avitt who has been teaching No other sarsnparilla has equaled musical spirit of the town went with ridge counties for his field of labor neighboring pond whero if a fellow sticks Hoods in tno relief it gives in severest him I have hardly even touched the Will is a good industrious young man his toes in the edge of tho water ho will school near Mattingly for somo time keys of my piano since tho day of his and wo hope cases of lyepepsiaslek headache bilious- Â¬ he ill be successful in his see them coming in schools from every spent last week with his father and departure sister new enterprise but he is so good looking ness etc direction The only difference is the I overheard the remark and made a wefenrtjiat the girls will feed him so bachelors are The young people of this section havo hankerin after love whle rush for the telegraph ofilco and wired much taffy ho will mako slow progress spent most every night for the past week the fishes are after something that will Balf to come immediately The young in plying his avocation at a party Fire Life Accident Plate Boiler Etc keep soul and body together ladys life will probably be Baved if she Henry Shacklett who is studying Miss Maud Peters of Concordia Ky can hold out a few hours longer When a fellow reaches the mile stone Represent tho following Companies medicine in Louipville came home on spent last week witli her cousin Miss Saturday bcforo X mas and returned to along tho road of life which informs him Lillie Avitt During tho past half century since Aetna New York Underwriters Agency his stuies the 20th He brought home that thirty years have been marked to discovery of rKTii TEACHKiis I lovo to talk to the average limit ofAyers Sarsaparilht a photograph an interior view of the his credit like tho mountaineer he Lost A gold pin made of a gold dollar Lancashire Orient human life in civil The finder will please notify little Walk- Â¬ Having been a teacher the school teachers Niagara Fidelity Casualty Oo N Y dissecting room A pickled slimy corpse needs to pause in his ascent not only to Ik id countriis has been considerably for nearly half my life 1 feel a brotherly rest but to look backward upon tho ex Â¬ er West of this place Ayers Sursaparilla is lies on the dissecting table Henrys panded views Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co Newark N J sympathy for them in all their trials and lengthened Mack Avitt 6eems to bo pleased with that his past efforts have class hflnself one of the most prominent everywhere considered tho tribulation CLOVERPORT KY in view is in tho act of literally carving opened up to him and forward with school teaching and ho is especially Office at Brpckinridgo Bank the Superior Medicine In conversation with a jirominent it to pieces A broad grin is depicted on fresh hope to the regions beyond which pleased witli the hospitality of the peoteacher of tho county a fow days ago 1 But when he plo in district No 12 Henrys face while some of the young await his approach saw fit to remark that 1 always loved my Paragraphs Stolen and Twisted to May success and prosperity crown soldiers look like they were about to reaches thirty ho seems to bo pretty Suit Oar Own Purposes pupils one and all alike and never en- close to the summit of manhood and in every effort of tho News and its readers heave up Jonah A boy who can master a woodpile and tnrtutnnil nnv nnrflnl fiiilino tmvnril nnv his retrospective view he sees where ho and mny all enjoy a happy New Year Old undo Turner Davis of PaynesThinking that I had made a bridle his tongue is made of the riuht of them has made many mistakes His pause is tho desire of your liumblo correspon- Â¬ kind of stud ville got on a high horse a few days grand display of ray educated feelings of however is of short duration something dent Well nover go back on widows and since and said he was going home to moral justice I wossurpiised to bee in- Â¬ seems to urge him onward Ho reaches Â¬ He didnt get but a short dis Â¬ credulous smiles rippling over tho face of old maids they both pay their subscrip- glory Colds coughs bronchitis and all tho summit at thirty Hvo and starts on tions promptly tance on the road however till his My words had fallen my companion the down grade Tho mile posts fly past throat and lung diseases are effectively Henry Head is a stylishyoung widow- Â¬ horso becoming unruly threw him He like a wet blanket and complete silence him or he flies past them rather with treated with Ayers Cherry Pectoral Most everybody has it We havoan iclinid liipkivnrd nml forwnnl for several er He is not keen to marry hut if he was shortly afterwards seen by some of such rapidity he scarcely reaches ono be- Â¬ To neglect the uso of proper remedies could find a woman say about the ago of the citizens of his native town down on Finally my friend said infallible remedy in our minutes fore hes in sight of another Ho begins for these ailments is to induce consump- Â¬ If you will pardon me I will remark 35 or JO who could darn socks and cook all fours inspecting the road seemingly to realize that ho has reached Bachelor tion which is said to cause one Bixth of Clothing and so cheap that when a teacher says that he enter- Â¬ a good square meal every day and Sun Â¬ with a view to finding the strait and dom and is going a lightening express the mortality in all civilized countries About this timo a wild Our Shoes possess comfort genteel loving feeling for all his day too ho wouldnt be more than 15 narrow way tains tho Bame gait for Bachelors Rest a very much cat was heard to set up a blood curdling pupils good bad and indifferent ho is minutes proposing On the Country Iloud appearance and durability Well save He The Wilson tariff bill is all right says squall in close proximity Uncle Turner detested place in his imagination Take good caro of your harness An cither deceiving himself or he is trying you doctors bills and make you com- Â¬ Col Cayce Tho only trouble I see with thinking that tho Prince of darkness had vows ho will jump tho train at the occasional cleaning and oiling will stop to imposu upon a credulous public It is it is it dont run on schedule time appearance on the field of risk of braking his neck before reach- Â¬ ono leak on the furm made h contrary to human nature that the coarse fortable and happy if you mako your ing the portals of the latter named place A good politician makes a mighty poor action cried out Seo to it that the meritorious pullets Farewell vain world rough mean disobedient idle impu Â¬ Visions of ectatic raptures still visit him have all the food required to makep winter purchases of When last seen he was hitting the road dent and saucy child can be loved as well friend The right kind of a man neverbecomes like a demon with the salvation army in his slumbers however and although golden return in eggs is gentle by its teacher as the ono that he wakes to find them but ndream they Remember that paint and oil nro ex- Â¬ left after him loving kind industrious and obedient seem to impart to him new hopes new cellent preservatives of timber and metal The late mosquito has turned his bill Â¬ Â¬ Robert Glasgow who has recently re- aspirations There is a certain respect due tho teach He pulls the bell ropo for which means look after tho farm impleturned from Montana where he has down brakes and tries to side track but ments er from tho pupil and when this is not over to the collector Orvil Skillmans gas bills are made out been engaged in tiie Missionary service shown all the love in tho heart of the A fow poultry keepers have succeeded tho fato seems to havo sealed his doom for sometime has been in our midst teacher for that child is killed The once a month without a meter for a short timo with promiscuous fldeks Barney Bolder is somewhat of an Ho reports a difficult field but white Realizing his situation ho cries out good and prudent school teacher shows of two or threo hnudred adult birds but Ilackward turn backward from us Money is what we want and as a rulo the plan doe not work well no partiality though he doesnt feel that evangelist himself He proposes to re- Â¬ for tho Harvest s it is the hot bed cf Oh time In your flight pair souls and make them good as new the grossest pins that corrupt tho morals well save you about 25 cents on every Make me a child again way for half price Just for to night of humanity In his own woids The Another vibration of silence dollar you have to spend if you come to There are no foot ball kickers in this Heathendom of America Osving to But timo is no respector of bachelors After I had taken a panoramic view us right now No man or woman who with my minds eyeof my past history I town but the hard times kickers are the great stringency in money matters In his excitement he flounces against a FRESH ODTBREAK IN BERLIN acknowledged that I had pre- Â¬ numerous Mission fund has been reduced by chair and turns it over when with tears tho meekly ever compared our goods and prices witli Bob Mattinglys latest Say got somo many of tho churches and good men streaming down his wrinkling cheeks varicated n pupil or two and the conver- Â¬ those of others has over yet failed to buy news for you have been forced to evacuato the field the last fond hope for that year expiring Alarm for Its Invasion of America sation was then changed What is it Bob of us Wo know what wo are talking for want of a mere subsistence and those ho sets tho old fortune teller upon his Well Founded Two weddings in town to day that remain reduced to the most straight- Â¬ pegs and sits down on him mournfully Twas too Bad On tho day after tho about and so will you if you will only Who He anticipates a exclaiming ened circumstances Masonic banquet and ball two yfcung How ong 0 Lord how long The telegraphic dispatches of January tako tho time to call and investigate for Two people in town by that name journey with Rev Cockrell also a former men of tho town wore discussing that 21st report tho outbreak of cholera mow Montanian who is traveling through yourself great social event It is too plain to need a demonstration in Berlin 63 cases and 10 deaths being It Cures reported Eastern Kentucky Tennesseo and Vir Â¬ Ono of them is not so very young by chart or diagram that Dr Bulls Cough Parks Cough Syrup cures Colds ginia in tho Evangelical work Just now when an epidemic of Asiatic either Ho is just bordering on to bachel CoughsCroup and Whooping Cough Syrup is what tho peoplo need every Â¬ cholera is among the alarming possibili- Â¬ orhood and is an enthusiastic Mason Twas an occasion long to be remem- Â¬ where for cure of bronchial and pectoral ties all stomach and bowel troubles as Â¬ The standard home remedy in thousands sume an importance beyond tho ordi Â¬ The other is just out of his teens of families for all lung diseases AK bered at the hospitable homo of Mr and troubles It is a sure cure nary and should meet with prompt Mrs Polk Wiles tho evening of tho 23rd They were discussing tho array of Fisher druggist treatmont Cholera morbus cholera in- Â¬ inst when their doors were thrown feminine beauty that was at tho banquet fantum diarrhea dysentary flux colic LODIBURG The Globe Democrat Free open to admit tho many guests that when tho enthusiastic Masonic bachelor and cramps wind on tho stomach flatul- Â¬ ency distress after eating etc all point asked tho youth what ho thought of it Any readerof thispaporcan get The St seemed to havo come from all parts of A M Hardin has moved into his now conclusively to a bad condition of tho Oh it was grand charming enchant Louis Globe Democrat freo Our worthy friends Jim Read tho the earth stomach and bowols and all such disor- Â¬ ing but I think tho ladies all had too offer on another page and tako advan Â¬ George and Joe Wiles vied with each dwelling at this place ders should be corrected at once Miss Ada Hanks Stophensport was much cologne on them was tho reply other in their courteous display of gal- Â¬ Mr II L Wilson Stumptown W tage of it at onpe The Weekly Globe HARDINSBURG KY Lightning Hot Drops is the Tho o m b did not reply immediate- Â¬ Democrat is now issued in Semi weekly lantry toward the fairer sex in tho visiting Miss Bobbie Hardin last Sun- Â¬ Va says best medicino I ever used for pains for ly but gazed at tho youth with frowning sections eight pages each Tuesday and capacity of ushers Sweet strains from day cramps and colic jn children it cant be disapproval of what ho had said Final- Â¬ Friday sixteen pages every wookmak violin pornet and piano mingled with Mr Will Jolly Sample was visiting beat For flux it is tho king ly ho snapped out Its too bad about ing it practically a Semi Weekly paper tho dainty lays and dulcet melody of friends and relatives In the Valley last Mr R L Blenkinshln ofTooley W Va has this to say Last April I had you and whirling on his heel ho walk Â¬ yet tho price remains only ono dollar a the human voice floated out on tho week an extremely severe attack of diarrhea while the atmosphere ed off with an offended air politics it is strictly Repupli summerrlike year In Mr Jess Cashman of Raymond was had twenty one actions of my bowels in The o m b is a little hard of hearing canbut it gives all the news and is abso-Â¬ bonny moonbeams mystic light lended tho guest of Miss Bobbie Hardin last less than two hours I took threo doses and ho had understood the youth to say lutely indispensable to the farmer mer- Â¬ enchantment to the surrounding couples Sunday of Lightning Hot Drops and it rolloved mo instantly that tho ladies all had too much clothes chant or professional man who has not W H Hardin of Owensboro was vis Â¬ Lightning Hot Drops is the safest sur-Â¬ on them the time to read a large daily paper and iting his mother Mrs Mary J Hardin est quickest remedy over compounded yet desires to keep promptly thoroughly for each and all of tho above complaint last week IIk Didnt Know It A lady caller at posted Sample Copies will bo sent Moreover it curcsall pains external and of Mr W 0 Smart a B tVIIardln and family were visiting internal and is the best safeguard known tho residence freo on application to Globo Printing G W Bashatn ou Sinking creek two or to destroy tho evil effects of a change of is couple of days ago asked that gentleman Co St LoulsMo wator or diet Pleasant to take Sweet- Â¬ if Santa Claus give him any thing three days last week ened children liko it Lightning Hot A Now Peach Naw Tho old scallawag passed by Mr Blakio Head rarao up on tho train Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine wjthout oven noticing mo was the re- last Sunday He had been visiting rela- Â¬ at 25c and 50c a bottle on the guaran Â¬ Mr D I Talbot of ElirabcthtownKy No relief no pay Try it onco tee VV has originated a late October peach that tives at Holt last week Be not deceived Look for Trade Mark Why Mr bmart hoih ft you a nico is pronounced by expeiienced horticul Â¬ Mr John Brown of Ekron was visit Â¬ of natives gathering herbs Mado only present but you havo never noticed it turists to be tho finest late peach on ing his mother-in-laMrs Mary J by Hrb Medicine Co Springfield Ohio yet Walter saw it as soon as ho came earth It is a beautiful cling seedling Hardin of this place last week home chimed in Mrs Smart fine size and color and a most delicious Messrs LIgo ond Lnrkcn Gibson of Mr Kmart immediately began a search eating peach Mr Talbot has a small Contentment and happintti Cloverpori ttere visiting friends and possible with perfect health and at last ho discovered a handsome number of trees now ready for setting are only The rapid advancement in medical relatives in this neighborhood last week new cushion in his easy chair which ho has reduced In price from ono science now perpilts the preparation of Wo understand that tho big P M of Now as Bill is always complaining of dollar to fifty cents each and is ready to medical compounds whose use is a mCAVfc Al 01 ItM MARKSi Clifton Mills Joe Mulhatteu jr is a being aflllcted us is u locomotive his fill orders at once guarantee to success One of the best COPYRIGHTS friends uro at a losi to account for his known and most popular at the present candidate for Coroner subj ct to the CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For a action of the party known as the Callco New Year Greeting Â¬ roust iioswar Mid an honest opinion wrlto to having sat in that chair for a whole week day is Dr Fenners Kidney and BackMUSNA CO who hare had naarlr aftr rears So certain is it to bring thunkians A happy New Year to tho editor and ache Cure without knowing that it had a cushion Hfiriiea la tna patsnt btMlMas Commonlaa iroMBrraijinnuwiuti a iibbuookocib Erompt and permanent relief in nl Christmas hai passed and Old Santa formation oonoeraln Patents and how to oo in it and they wonder why it is that ho his co workers and bladder complaints female uuu mo seat free Also a catalogue at ffiockaa- teal and selentlflQ books Mnt frA-May his labyrinth be filled with the weaknesses gravel lame sore or ach did not mako himself visible his foot did not mako the discovery the very first Pataau taken tBronsh Munn Co reeelra 1 ing bayk as well as la all blood dls- prints were not perceivable at 11 vnru liout nf firwlu ilflo Mesial BOt lea In t bo rselentfno American sd time he sat down on it thoa are brotubt widely berora tba puMIe wlA ewe skia eruptions scrofula swell Â¬ Ho passed Lodl as though this place ed with good and may this be one inff8 dyspepsia put out to tfie InTentor Tls aviendhl awr it was not dropsy headaches Uaaed weeklr eleaaatl lilaMraisjbaj br ilia largest ofnulattoa of anr aoiestMCe work fur the in existence Gikvbr Man Mr Galon T Burbee of tho incut prosperous years for the sense of weariness or drowsiness eUs la ld money re- of this city is st gentlomau ctovor in the NKWHand the peoplo whom it Interests ihat liha8Jn11been W II Gibson has bought the undi Â¬ eeetjM J X eenM Mtwt b iwW eontalaa beau Could fUBde4 U BatkfaetlOH BOt given J strictest literal meaning of tho word nml t ntortalns tlful pMra t Goto and cUwraiks of new anything be fairer CosU nothing to vided share of M W Hardin in the betstea wu irtww enabling DuiMt to stew Ua E J B So Mote It Be clever try it Take a bottle home to day homeetead and he Gibson has moved BIG KY Besides being accommodating lie can do anything that anybody else can Ills handy intellect and handy hands arc very very handy indeed lie can paint trontf nun Iran hang paper farm blacksmith carpenter Willi hand extended toward me In humble up tinker tench school cook clerk sell plicnllnn goods and to cap It all he can cut his While In his dark ejei beamed the light if adoration own hair in such an artistic manner ttuit In my womans heart arose a feeling sad and there is not a tonsorial artist in Clover tende port can beat it A wish to span the rolling stream and some as Ho perforins this dilllcult feat with a stance render pair of paptfr hang a shears by the aid litis who stood In silence there The Image of a il irk despilr of two mirrors one in front and one at his back stood- on With floating hair In robe so white A Vision of Unity sioml cm the hore of n Twim mMnlght ream mighty ruthlni v 11 Ami lookeil acros Its broad ex paimc anil Â¬ - r Here X We Are Again MAS PRESENTS XjOw Prices Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps IDress 3 oods Geo Yeakel Co CHAS B 0 T SKILLMAN Glass Bonds Ioiind INSURANCE Itoul blood-puri-fi- er Â¬ Â¬ Have You tlie drip warm-comfortab- le Â¬ 2 7iK 1 Clothing Shoes CHOLERA ik5 A Happy lew Year KAYE HOBEN A H appy new We start Year V Not only a happy one but a prosperous one our wish to all our customers and friends lfin off with the year determined as in the past to make it more interesting to our customers to give them bigger and better ri W l m kiii bargains than ever before Dont wait for us to give you figures come to the store expecting the biggest bargains you ever got and well not disappoint you JACOB V iii - MEYER SPRING 4r Vrt J1 HWyfpf jlw lllfPlW i ilHWJ w L41 THE Ur Ren Harnctl Jim Biggs DnII Moorman Mat Shrcwsberry nnd J H Wills compose tho Ronnl of f uperviors WEDNESDAY FAISTARY 1 1891 in Kdsion here this week Jus D 4 7 0 BftMmgi Editors mil rrojitWlri Mike Miller lo Licensed to mairy Miss Maud Hetidrick Jom R Rashatu li SI li AT Local Tluio tnrd to mim Mary B Smith W K Carman to VUI1 and Kipreis going East 9 13 am West lOn am Miis Mattio Heslon W 0 Garrett to Hast 521 pm Salliu Mullet II Hicks to Mhs West - V23 pm Miss uoc Irtlght 1147 am Hannah J Stone James W Klikendnll Rait UIK am Wait to MksSurilda May John A Sipes to Miss Artamissa Horsley Jesse A Wilson FOR COUNTY JUDGE to Miss Sallie G Chancellor Roliert R rv ore siutltorlred to nnnminre II1J Ml Fanner to Mlas Mary F Oldham Owen at n J Jinlr If IIOAIII nctloncandidate for Count uily itijcct to the of the Dtinccrillc Keys to Miss Ada 11 Payne Andrew to announce JOSEIll M Rrewlngtun W tirKare authorlred candidate lor County Judge Hriskell to Miss MlIIKN as a II Nail to Miss Parthena Drone J W subject to the action or the Democratic party irKarc authorized to announce V O HA II Carter to Miss Ribecca Decker M HAOK ai a candidate Tor County Judge The ncw monitors elect of the Board ubject to the action of the Democratic party of Trustees met Monday night took the FOR COUNTY CLERK oath of ofllce and entered up 11 their K are authorized to announce JOHN duties The new board is as follows IIHKtKH as n candidate for County Co c subject to the action of the Democra J R Johnson Lee Meyer J S lc party Garv R P Shacklett audi H Scuts to announce SIIKHMVN WKare authorizedllirdinliirg District it a They organized by electing 11 Severs of the candidate for Countv Court Clerk tubjtct to the chairman of the Hoard R P Shacklett action of the Itepulillc in Convention Monday I eliruary ta 1S1 clerk and the Rank of Hardinsburg treasurer DS Rrown qualilicd as Marshal FOR FOR JAILER to MlAKT having been elected to the position last tiritnrc authorized aaa announce J for candidate DeJKHNKTTK Jailer or November Tho old board went out and Ilrcckenrltlgc County subject to the action of left an empty treasury ami a part of the the Democratic party business of tho new members wasto jiro FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY ide means for raising a revenue TMh V Mil are authorized to announce It yy IKit of Cloverport us a candidate for will be done by taxation as Local Option County Attorney subject to the action of the prevails in the district and no license llepublican Contention to be held in llttrdln burg on Monday I ebruary la 1S04 I money can be had from the saloons II Severs was appointed to have the tax On they are wine list of the town made up and reported Who advertise at the next meeting so its a levy can be In winter spring V G Rabbage was directed to made And fall revise tho old b laws nnd make tho Rut vt ier yet changes necessary to have them to conAre they you bet form to the general laws of tho slate Who never let ti The board then adjourned to meet the At nil REGKBNRIDGH NEWS OLOYKRPORT KY BLOWN TO ATOMS Mrs Breckenridge ISews BRANDENBURG G i Morenieii liar bceniniilliied Natural Gas Destroys Young In the Residence Meade County of Stewart tiirii Fire C mpletes tho Work and Every thing Is a Total LossNobody Is Injured The neat little cottage residence of Mr Stewart Young was completely dc stroyed by an explosion of natural pis on Tuesday night the Gth tilt ljlla Mr Young Is President of the Ohio River Salt Works Company and his are the new and large works built on tho Ohio river near the mouth of Doe Run creek just above Brandenburg Mr Young is not a married man but as the salt works required his entire attention he built a residence in close proximity to the works nnd furnished It nicely for his own convenience and that of his visiting friends As natural gas is the only fik used at the salt works both gas and salt water flowing from the same wells bo was the residence heated nnd lighted by this subtile nnd dangerous vnpor Mr Young went to Louisville last IR Tuesday and left his Iioiihs in the care of his house Keeper who lives near by She visited the cottage late in the afternoon and did up her chores leaving ver tiling she says in ierfect order Quiet reigned about tho establishment until about 10 oclock at night when the bauds at the salt works and neat neighbors were startled by nu explosion It was soon discoverrd that the cottage had been blown asunder and the de Â¬ bris was in flames The whistles were lint Tuesday in February sounded for help but the men were HARDINSBURG afraid to cuter the ruins thinking that STEPHENSPORT probably other explosions might follow W TIME TABLE LH Houso anil furniture was finally con- Â¬ Left oir Ironi hist Auk 001 NO WIST sumed nnd everything was a total loss Paaienger Dally arr llerJlnburgl2l2 pm Miss Katie Dowell is the gtusl of Mrs there being but a small insurance ooimo IA8T G W Puyne this week Passenger Daily arr IlarJiaiburg 740 a 10 The cause of the explosion is a little Misses Ada Hanks nnd Kniinj Moseley clouded in mystery It was at first are at home from their schools to spend thought that the house was dynamited Mm Iucretia Moorman is quite sick Lee Rishop Bays he will be in the race the holidays as it was known that Mr Young had Mr nnd Mrs Will Lenniu of Hard some enemies in the neighborhood who for jailer Mayor Rarry of Cloverport was in insburg are at the Smith House for the had threatened evil but it is now the present week accepted theory that gas had been es town Monday Mr John Cm w ford and sister Katie caping till the house became filled Mr 7 iil in 11 lirown has liccn on the arrived fiom Louisville Saturday night and in some unaccountable manner it liiek liHtHuveral ltn to spjnd Chiistmas with their father had taken fire and the explosion was Win Hook iialllitil Miimliy iw Inlin1 Vaughn of ouiswlle is at the result Tho 1osh is estimated at Mr Robt Indue of llardinsbiirn Miss Mary Rush of Kliibetbtown is home again with his family He was so about jIOOO though the silver wain was Watch meeting was held at the M K the guest of Miss Rertba Lewis Miss n present frpm the young mans mother heavily ladened with Christinas goods church Sunday night Kva Can i an Guston is also with the that it was witli dllllculty that he got oil Mrs Bennett II Young now deceased Misses Ievis who Will to night Mon Â¬ Mr Hiram Rheljis and wife Louis- the train here nnd to him it was priceless ville are visiting in the city day give an entertainment in honor of Mr and Mrs M Rlainandsoii Arthur SUIT FOR DAMAGES their guests Mrs Win II Rell has been quite ill leave this Christmas morning for lake- Â¬ 1 shall uutevin try to cnumciatc for sometime but is now improving the Fla their future lioinu land Wo regret 5000 turkey dinners the last week contained Mr Willie Heard who has been quite to part with one of our hist and most George W Brown Wants for fear space would not be allowed from the Pnoenix Bridge Com- Â¬ ill fur some time is improving slowly substantial citi ris and pleasant neigh- Â¬ them Miss Mnttie and Nellie Mc pany for His Broken Arm Mr and Mre V Fraizo were litre liiRt bors Gehee of tho bottom entertained at Friday to attend the funeral of Mr John Rev Will English held services in tho Mr George W Brown of Irvington sumptuous ones Miller Riijitist church on Sunday and at night Gene Fontaine John nnd Tom Teare Miss Jakie Owen who has been visit- A good crowd was out to hear our boy through his attorneys Gardner A M ox and Pr s Richardson of Kkron left Tin s preacher and showed their appreciation ley of Louisville bin filed a suit against ing Miss Eva Ileston returned home last day with Mr Guedry for Green River of hint by giving close attention to his the Plueuix Rridge Company asking for Saturday where they will load a boat with hoop 00U for the damages to the amount of earnest exhortations Giant Gregory was in town Monday poles float to Now Oilcans sell nnd re- Â¬ Mr Linn Higdon lost a young child injuries ho received in the late great turn about the first of April and qualified as Police Judge of the city Sunday The ciuso of its death is Iouisville and Jeffersonville bridge dis of Cloverport Isnt it refreshing to meet a woman of thought by many to have been diptheria aster Mr Dolpb Jones and Mrs Gnbo It will be remembered that Mr Rrown tact kindness of heart and delicate con Mendor Rig Spring were here last week Another child In the family is suffering was one of tho unfortunate emplojes of sideration for the feelings of others from a severe sore throat We trust that to see Willie Reard These characteristics constitute tho sum no further trouble may arise to cast a this company who were at work on tho total of true lady like demeanor The There is talk of a new sheriffs ticket gloom ill fated bridge when the terrible crash over the alnady saddened house admonish ns toseasou our conwith Mr Richard Owen of ilendeane Mine He went down wllh tho structure scriptures hold Some prefer jiep versation with salt as the leading man and biistaiuid a compound finctuie of Piof Owen Cunningham wife and per nnd Cayenne pepper at that the left arm in the fall Drs A M Kineheloe and Milton children accompanied by Miss Gertie Mr Marcus Moremen shipped as a Mr Rrown claims that he Hoard have formed a co partnership in Flder left yesterday to spend ten dajs to work on the morning ofwhen fatal went Christmas pn sent several boxes of deli 15th the the practice of medicine with their parents at Cheuaiilt It is Charley Mattingly is n candidate for ainiosi amusing 10 see ine sciiool teach of December that it did not appear to ciously sweet Flordia oranges from his County Judge subject to the nction of ers from every direction gathering home him that the under piiiuiig was suffic grove on the St John to Messers Mas ient to sustain the superstructure Ho sena Fontaines and Lon Moremcns the Republican convention to spend Christmas witli the old folks mentioned the fact to his superiors but families Masscna thinks the sweetest Persons having fine crops of hurley It is not only the small boy and girl who Mattio Lee was assured that everything was perfect- Â¬ ones nro from the tree hung up something Christmas eve tobacco for sale w ill do well to call on ly safe lie accepted their representa Â¬ nnined In honor of Mattio Leo Moremen Mr Winebrinnerof our town but older folks as well It is a time of tions and went on to work In my rush of items for lust issue I Mr and Mrs D II Severs went to general feasting and rejoicing Roth are Soon afterward the bridgo fell ho entirely omitted that my young friend Rrandenbiirg today to nttend the mar well enough provided wo do not feast too alleges by reason of its weak and in Henry Hardin formerly of Rig Spring long nnd rejoice in n worldly nicked riage of Mr George Fryinire sufficient condition nnd by reason of the hut now of Chicago had paid me n howdy and good by visit Henry is J JO Monarch has not decided to run fashion unskillful and unworkiiiau like manner a rising young man full of energy and for re election as County Clerk but ho I ruin mother turrcftpondent in which it was constructed is associated with Joe English is still very low Ho claims that the break and fall of thinks now that ho will be in the race Dr Will Stroth the bridgo were due to tho gross negli a largo firm in Chicago Mr and Mrs L 11 Helm spent Sun There was a very large crowd from this er of Rig Spring camo in with Henry gence and carelessness of the company place and surrounding country attended day in Union Star its agents servants and emplojes in but I did not see him tho burial services of Mr John Miller Mrs R II Bennett of Onensboro charge of tho work and superior in On Friday night Mr nnd Mrs R II last Friday is visiting her parents here authority to him Ho further claims Nevitt gave a ball masque nnd again R Hayes Rrandenbiirg wan 1rof We are- glad to see the sejiarato coach that in the fall not only was his lifo in society came down like an avalanche to here last week Ho has been engaged bill in effect on the Texas danger but that ho received a broken fill the spacious rooms and dance to our by lrof Shacklett as teecherin the col Listen to the leaves turning How arm and for this he prays that he may friend Hodenstndt There wero n number lege hcie for the spring session long before they will bo turned back receive 5000 as damages of picttmsquennd unique costumes flip A protracted meeting began at tho M Professors Cunningham and Adkisson This is tho first suit filed against the social thermometer has been kept nt E church hero lost Sunday night The resumed their duties Monday in the Company as a result of the disaster but fever heat On Saturday night an oitho pastor is assisted by tho Presiding Rider nehool doubtless many others will follow dox Aid at Mrs S P Woolfolls 1 nnd Rev Hue of Louisville Fverybody reports favorably of tho evenMr and Mrs Frank C Ferry of Clov- Resolve at the beginning of this new erjiort are hero to spend a few weeks Stat hop Ohio Citv op Toikho 1 ing Piano nnd clarionet music adding Lucas Countv i year to buy your groceries where you with her parents much to the pleasure of the company Frank J Cheney makes oath that ho can get them tho cheapest and dont fail Mr Chas Drury and little daughter Mr and Mrs Hist and giandson Jodie Is the senior partner of the firm of F J to give me n call W R Hardin Rest of Petrio Station nro guests of Mr Cheney Co doing business In tho City of Rig Spring wero hero last week to see Tho dedication of tho Rreckenrldgu nnd Mrs Chris Rest Mrs Frakes and Mrs Ion atornuens of Toledo County and State aforesaid Normal College will take place at tho Cluis Rest is now prepared to grind anil that said firm will pay the sum of family Speaking of the family brings college building January 21 Robt K corn In his shingle mill as he has jiibt One Hundred Dollars for each and every to mind that Dr Lon Moremen is at Woods w ill deliver thodedlcatory address While bad corn burrs put in nwo of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by homo sufTcring with his eyes It is said that Sherman Rail U a candi performing n surgical operation upon the They say that K II Miller is a candi the use of Halls Catarrh Cure date for County Clerk before tho Repub eyo of a patient a drop of blood ontend FltANK J Ciikvkv lican convention It is so His an- Â¬ date for county judge subject to the Ho is con Sworn to before me and subscribed In Lons eyo producing poison nouncement nppearH hi a lotliur column action of the Republican party my presence this Oth day of December fined to a dark room but is getting along Miss Dixie K IVrrigo of LoiiIbvIIIo ns well as could be expected His young ftl who has been spending X mashero with A D 1881 lady friends are very attentive and kind A W GLKASON r Mr George Hook came homo from relatives returned homo Sunday Notary Public Tho holiday season opentd on Mon JhkaiJ ImMooleyvillo last week considerably Mrs Thos Bennott nnd children of proved Mr Hook has been suffering Kvansvlllo nro hero to spend a few Halls Catarrah Cure is taken internally day night with the supper at Masonic or some years with something like n mouths with her Bister Mrs Jas Biggs and acts directly on the blood and Hall It was as its predecessors have always been a success socially and fin- Â¬ cancer While at Mooleyvillo it was re Mrs Geo Bnrklcy entertained soino mucous surlact s of the syst in Scud for ancially On Tuesday night Mrs Gough moved by Mr James Mitchell and Mr of tho little folks with ono of tho good testimonials freo gave a cotillion which was largely at Â¬ Hook feels much better over tho opera old rcliablo candy piilllngs ono evening F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O tended and was a most happy occasion tion caXSoId by Druggists 75e last week On Wednesday society surprised Mrnnd R W Vaughn of Louisvillo camo Sheriff Ken Rhodes was at Frankfort Mrs Wm Rhodes by a masnuerade CANNEL COAL lost week and made a full setltoment of home to spond Christinas with Ids fain Hodeustndts band had beon engaged Â¬ I have now on hand a car load of brokhis accounts with tho Auditor for the ily and is now confined to his bed with costumes and masks ordered while they en up cannel coal which I will deliver wero in blissful igiiorunco revenue duo from this county to tho rheumatism Anything State for the year 1891 Mr Rhodes did Mrs R A Smith entertained at 5500 per ton to all convenient places mysterious always hasu charm and at- Â¬ Mr and not got his books until August hut but the young folks quite nicely at tho One half ton S 5 One fourth ton 150 traction so in consequence persons turn- Â¬ quantities 50c per hundred elnco that time ho and his deputies have Smith house the first of last week and Less ed out w ho never indulged in such frivoli- Â¬ been pretty active and last week ho paid tho little folks at the latter part Re pounds I jitn also selling tho nice Falcon ties before Tho house was overflowing to tho btato over fifteen thousand dollars freshiiionts wero served on each occasion lump coal at 8 cts pcrbushol delivered music and dancing lino and tho masquer Â¬ in lots not hss than 15 bushels lots of ades ranged from tho beautiful to the Miss Ola McGill entortaincd quite a at the usual time 100 bushels or more 8 cents per bushel ridiculous Thursday night Miss Jennlo number of her friends at tho residence One house and lot for sale on the Hill for it short time only Nut coal 7 cents Hardin Invited a number of young of her sister Mrs J Y Hoben on the per bushel evening of the 150th Inst Refreshments Lot SOxOO price 30000 Address R R PlEHCR friends for a social eve music conversation and delicious refreshments beguiled J M RjII Cloverjiort Ky The mtisle at ten oclock wero served Miss Miuuiu Redding of Evatisville the hours till timo for adieus Miss rendered by Messrs June Mattingly nod jy rotntout really AOitrs hack nil urn for Jim gtaitti on violin and guitar was all Ur you aiu II l vgeneral rtt lillltygoal ry nothing Mrs Tenny of Canneltonj Miss Edith Jennlo makes a charming hostess I Rush of llawcHvllle wore tho guests of Our ropresentativo Mr J D Hardin that euW be desired Kvcry one pre HITThllH lHlltf Rood llKUHiS you a nwxtlte Bold Mr and Mrs George Boyd last week h will cureUy all tiitl kUs In incdlcltu will soon join tho wits and sages of the ent seemed to havo a delightful time dealers Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ntinwinukK viiiiuicHintiiiguMtnciritiiic flit uds n mity last Wednesday night Mis II Kevins nephew Jimmie Lew RichniihHiii spoilt the pist wcik with her Lltile Iuuiili Ditto is very mmli bet ter mid so is our fib nd Dick Ditto Improving Pro Cherry preached last Sunday and will pnach again next Sunday morning mid night Dr W D Iusoy has r turned to Ixni isville very much improved from his Btay at home Mr nnd Mm I W Falrleigh of Lou- Â¬ isville spent last Tuesday with Ml and Mrs James falrleigh Mrs C C Fairleigh took her little grand daughter Ressie Radley to her home in Kliihcthtowii Miss LIVa Johnsons brother Albert from St Louis is here lo seu hi r at her iiuntV Mrs James Falrleigh Welcome the New Year speed the old will eugago the thoughts nnd time of mankind to day pretty generally Herbert Woiland spi nt n jolly Christ Â¬ mas here and contributed no little o everyone else having a good time Mr Roberts of Irvington was a visitor of Mr Goughs faiiiiy for Bcveral days last week to enjoy the holiday paitles Heros hoping very earnestly that V G Rabbage may be tho next Judge to preside on the bench of Rreckenridge county Claude Tii lor u Rig Spring young man formerly was in town last Satur- Â¬ day He will go to Memphis Tiun this winter Our young friend Mcllenry Richard- Â¬ son son of Mr O D Richardson near Garrett has been appointed ganger un Â¬ der Collector Johnson Bert Moremen returned to Shawnee ttwn last Saturday Berts a fine speci men of the genius homo weighing a hundred and eighty five and finely pro-Â¬ portioned Mr anil Mrs Andrew Fahleigh have gone to Chattanooga Tenn That tickle fortune miy deal kindly with that good man and his wife is the siuiere wish of this writer mi fminn iinaiiii Â¬ capital city He ran already Value bri liante and will no doubt be a votary nt Tercplchiiren shrine Mr John T Ditto and Miss iilcy Raw lings nnd Mr Will Prudy Ubanon Ky and Miss Jennie Woolfolk are the attendants for the Woolfolk Wimp and Fryinire wi tidings to day Miss Pmrlo Ditto will play I he wedding match Cream crepe de chines billows of lace mid tulle with natural lloncis loinplcte the handsome toilets And now dear Nkwp ns I draw these rambling thoughts to a close the Old A few more hours Year is nearly gone and our old friend will have sunk into oblivion save from piieioiu memories Surely it is a timo for reflection for meditation From tho altar of our own hearts rise prayers for courage to begin the pilgrimage of nn untried New Year Prayers for forgiveness of Bins omission nnd cominission throughout the old Turning tho new leaf beginning n new chapter making new lewdves arc ull re Â¬ solved In thought uiiyhow firm icsolu tlons solemn compacts with ourselves entered into -- ofteii kept as often brok- Â¬ en Let us all ns correspondents to this pnper join hands and hearts to wiite regularly and stand by tho Kditor nnd one another through IS I Â¬ -1 - J -- - - - - - - - h a a Happy New Year to You THE MASONIC ENTERTAINMENT The Banquet and Ball Last Wednesday Night the Grandest Yet For Â¬ Cloverport The regular annual Masonic banquet nndbnll came off lost Wednesdny night in tho Masonic Hall It was the social event and most pleasurablu affair of the season up to date The lodge met early and elected tho following officers for tho yenr 1814 F J Ferry W M J D Gregory S W C W Moorman J W FN DHuySec A R Skillman Treasj J G Harrises D C B Skillman J D R L Oele nnd E A Kissam Tyler W I Hanibhton Stewards When lodge adjourned about oclock p in the doors were thrown open for the invited guests These found tables spread in the rear hall ladened with all tho delicacies tho land could nflbrd About 300 persons were present nnd the regular dining lasted till midnight In the large front hall tho carpets had been removed nnd the room arranged as a ball room Heio those who wished joined in the dizzy waltz and other mpro modem dames while those who wero so inclined could find comfortable seats and watch the giddy whirl Tho sound of revelry could bo itlll heard at tho break of day au 1 it can bo truthfully I I I I I I I I I i I I i I I l i faid that tho boys went Home with the girls in the morning The tables remained spread and tho tired dancers could lunch at any hour through tho night The masons ore perfection as hosts and their praises were sung by every guest They do nothing by halves and this affair will go down in tho history of Cloverports social events as ono of the grandest f her many happy times A perfect wonder and a joy to every household making wash day Among those present from a distance ono of pleasure instead of dread and drudgery which thousonds of were Mr and Mrs D 11 Severs Har- Â¬ will testify to all along tho line dinsburg Mr Scott Morton Rock Lick mothers Mr R E Woods Louisville Mr C P Positively the Best and Cheapest Washer ovor offered to the Public for Rabbage Louisville Miss Mnmie Tay- Â¬ lor Henderson Miss Chester Oreudorf the following reasons Owensboro Rev I R Timberlake New Albany FIRST It is tho most durable SECOND It requires less labor VEST TT HAW LEYS y kittle Cyclone Clothes Wagher I call on you A Growiog Wholesale Hat House THIRD It will do a greater variety of work FOURTH It will do Preuser fc WellcnvoH tho well known the same amount of work in less time than any other without wearing wholtsalo hatters of Ixndsville have It is less cumbersome recently moved from their old quarters tho clothes or fulling or shrinking the flannel tiU West Main street to more commod- Â¬ weighing only two pounds ious and handsome npaitments at COS The principal feature of this Washer is in forcing the hot water and and 010 West Main just a few doors above Hero they have umpo room suds through the clothes by compressed air well lighted and handsomo quarters to uispuiy meir large extensive anu varied OF ONLY lino of hats caps and straw goods This is ono of the best and most reliable THUS PLACINGlT WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY FAMILY wholesale hat houses in Louisville nnd their increased trade during the past year in spite of hard times is an evi- Â¬ dence of their fair dealing and reliable busineas methods Wnen a retailer Co buys goods fiom this firm ho may depend on getting whatever ho buys and at tho very lowest prices They treat their trade right and protect them They have ample capital to carry on their business Thoy go into the market with A tho cash and consquently buy their goods right and sell them right They are represented In this section by two as clever men as there ore on the road Mr John T Ditto and Mr Geo Haas Give thorn an order when they THE PRICE THIS WASHER IS 300 P S BELL Agent JJreckenridgc Cloverport Ky i Happy and Prosperous New Year to All To you my dear people of Hardinsburg of Breckenridge County and every friend whorevor ho or sho may bo I hopo tho blessing of fortune and favor may showor most abundantly down upon y au this year of 1894 Thanking you all for the liberal ago of tho ptror past especially during thoholidays and hoping that in our dealings of tho past wo havo merited your approval and esteemed confidence and that in tho futuro your blessings and kindness may bo our reward we aro Very respectfully Mre Elizabeth UalUmore Mil ileaser Your Jewelers and Musical Merchants Rescued All Said Aoiu from Death She Could Not Live a Month Alive ami JleU Tianka to Jloodt SaraapaiHllu TC Lewis HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Co FOR SALE I mujtpraljo Ilooda Barsaparllta or It fi wotxlsrtul meJlchio I jurterod 10 yean with Neuralgia and Dyspepsia apelU Sometime I would till with cold penplrstlon I pent a ureal deal u money or medical attendance but 1 did not pot any benefit until ray daughter told mo about Hoods Harsaparllla and 1 began to take It 1 weighed lea than 100 lbs and wm A Picture of Misery Evciy one who saw me Uiought t could not live another month Hut I bcMii to Improve at once alter beginning with Hoods Hujapa rllU and liavo gradual gained until I am now perfectly cured I eat we J I sleep well und am lu perfect hcalLk I owe alt to and fniullua lo almost 1 I - vj T r list 6 Ail of belnir ileml iinw - nm bIIva ami WCIUM J l J IM 4IH8 rLUAIKTII tlZWKR iu Juui iuruy Btreet luitunore Md Hoods Sarsaparilla i HOOna llLLS 1utbi14IUwji relUMe auj boasSsUI fectly purlr rgUbU per I will sell a lot of fine White Oak Tlmhrror To talis pUca on the premise of VItrII Harmy entire farm or jej acres of well watered well din known as the Old llardln Mill Kami Unbred and well lenced land Good dwelling good tobacco burn good stock barn and a line On Monday January 16th 1604 young orchard This sale Is tn close a partnership between J II 8MART Cloverport Ky I will otter at Vlrull Hardin and Vain late Iubllc bale nil of the Farm lroducts consisting Two live agents to sell tons ol hay 6xkj ol 500 bushels of corn SIIICK pounds of good Hurley tobacco 150 bushels of Address JVS AMIIIV wheat and some rye farm utensils such as Cloverport Ky Mowers Keepers llows dears Hay Itase and a complete outfit fur farming The stoS comlstsof 14 head of good young 9500 IN GOLD cattle mostly one and sleerst 110 Jo Held Tin Iiakhch will give It 00 In head of good breeding eweJ ready to lamb all to the person having the most work done Ingold bred to good HUcksi io htad of good youg hogs tho next two months Tickets wll be given one mule and horse three years old Terms of sale will be made known on the day of sale Will commence selling at 10 oclock Eugene Mo Adams of Hawwville wm rain or shine VIRGIL HARDIN In the city Friday Â¬ BIG SALR WANTED TWl THH BRRGKRNRIDGE iiti riin rtfllfftVJiTwr iiirniitiinriiiiiirWxirt rnT ii mi t NMS ft1 ftM tijUtJtm OUQYRRFQRT KY s tUBSJttkXBMCS WASlttNOTON AViVfe At VOMEN WHO GRACE SOCIAL LIFE THE CAPITAL ill I January daY j fe Life IrtrtiK rmif NorCoiiKrriinii I UK mill Arniniilpiliil lntllra Cliurm Iriim All I HoNDAriSjiiii TuejoaY 29J6 2330 WedMej Friday 5 NMOOM f A JO 17 2i 3i TkuDAY iL J 10 25 ii926 6dH 7itW OvT lTHiy lyKX y H tV MPWpijlKS MW er Ilia Cmintrjr liitrrcntliig Perxonnl SUrtrliM A Variety ofTmtM IoiJ rltflit 1WJ by Amrrlran Prcu Airln llonl A charming and accomplished young woman is Mrs Baldwin wife of Hon Melvln It Baldwin tho new member from tho Sixth Minnesota district Sho was Miss Janetto Runkle born In Wisconsin She went when n small child to McGregor la whero her girlhood days wcro passed except thoso spent at Bt Josephs acodemy St Paul She was married soon after leaving school and has lived Rinco in Minnesota with the excep Â¬ tion of several winters spent in tho south Sho speaks French nnd German well has decided dramatic talent having apÂ¬ peared frequently to great advantage in amateur theatricals nnd is a very clover and artistic uccdlowoman Mrs Bald- Â¬ vft rzriimiiatiirr Uiiicral Mcttraitt liroiiiliient In Iho war for freedom Mrs Hutt hrftcii is tall mid w cll rounded ha Vefy light brown huir blue gray eyes fair complexion nnd U ileaalit Nuiil which rcVcala whito and regular tcotlli Sho ha two pretty littlo children and three charming stepdaughters Another interestingTexiiH woman lathe wifo of Hon George C Pendleton of Bel ton She was Miss Helen Lmbree born iu Kentucky whero her ancestors on both sides wero early settlors Hit parent removed lo Texas when sho was S yean old and thero sho grow up married nnd has lived most of tho time since Sho it n tall slight rather delicato looking woman with dark hair and eyes and very quiet nnd retiring Sho has four daughters nnd n con When a man comes from Salt Lnko it is taken for granted that ho is n Mor mon and tho question is asked Where are tho rest of Ids wivesV The now rep resentative from Utah Judge Joseph L Rawlins is nut a Mormon nnd has only ono wife a black haired nnd brown eyed littlo woman who was Miss Julia A Davis Sho win born in Wales and enmo to this country when n little child with her parents Mrs Rawlins is rather quiet nnd domestic devoted to her family Sho has thrco girls and two boys all under 1 i years of age Â¬ ttte nruitrr m1 f INStnU6f IV6 iuA TOMATO YE6TS Comtiii trit In Garden mid vim wj THE POLISH FOWL9 CrcnU Mating Tlie Silver Iollili The Silver Polish is tho exact counter part of tho Golden variety in sizo mark ings crest beard etc with tho excep A Iccutlnrttj-- of Tliclr The lllrdn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tion of tho ground color This should be an tho namo indicates a clear silvery white A peculiarity of tho crests In both tho Golden nnd Silver varieties is that whilo in tho pullets tho feathers aro bfcick laced with tho ground color in hens after tho first moult tho feathers aro of tho ground color laced with black In mating this variety tho samo rules nro to bo followed as iu mating tho Golden Polish because tho same prop- - Washington JULICTTK M BaIIDITT sc -- MHS BALDWIN MRS OOLDZlEIl GRUELLEISM Extracts from an Old Breckenrldge News A fuw days no Mr Austin Buaviu kindly presented us whir a copy of the linECKiixiiiDUK Nehs dated December 7 1881 At that time Wnllnco 0 niello was pushing his immortal pencil in this ofllce and a few extracts from this twulve-year-oissue will probably inter- Â¬ est our rentiers at this time EIHT01IIAI i -- fl V Bluegrnss olllce seckerF like bluegrass horses are mighty hard to beat The b st thing that can bo said of the Governors message is that it is his last When lovely women stoops to folly it lit always with the nblo assistance of some man What makes the man who cant get an oflico sorely sick at heart is the political corruption of the day Polk Johnson walked the waters of the A ofllce he was after liko a thing of life thing of beauty ho has always been As Johnson has just now received a fat government appointment it may bo in- Â¬ ferred that he is still successfully doing the walking act Ed There are men so frigid in their bear- Â¬ ing and arctic in disposition that their wives utilize their manners for ice cream freezers i Will our esteemed contemporary the Danville Idiot cease endeavoring to per- Â¬ suade Mr Jeff Davis to pay our wages in confederate money long enough to tell us whether its He v Zimmerman receives hi- - pay in Judas pieces for dragging the robes of higji ofllce of minister of Jesus Christ through the hell brewed slops of a still house Will the martial and heroic editor of our esteemed contemporary the Dan- Â¬ ville Idiot support the gallant and battle scarred fedcial soldier Frank Wolford in tho event of his receiving the Demo- Â¬ cratic nomination for appellate court clerk The mighty shades of the sainted union dead bend from the ramparts of heaven to catch his response Tho other day n man cried stop thief on a crowded thoroughfare in Cincinnati In five minutes the street was almost de- Â¬ serted Tho crowd had dodged around corners and darted up alloys Under the head of Farm and Garden tho Buffalo Courier records the betrayal It may bf a Corning girl by her lover be however that the cultivating of pro miscuous babies is a special branch of ngriculturo in the Couriers state An old Greek was found on an emi grant ship recently trying to beta pas- seago to America Boston Globe do was an omega looking chap when hey hauled him out of tho hold Provi- Jence Post But fpeedily revived when a Now York ar keepor delta ration of Kentucky Iliisky to him Ill feed tho on locusts and wild honey said God j told Satan t Five dollars a day Fcr forsaking your God and Matching my Btill v Are tho wages I usually pay And tho Preacher tossed his Biblo aside And watches the Devils still with pride I worth noticing as it presents n beautiful piece of artistic workmanship The stage extends the entlro width of the building witli two proscenium wings painted in gold and silver with designs representing theatrical boxes and hav- Â¬ ing appropriate sceneries tho drop cur- Â¬ tain exhibits a painting of the river with the steamer James Guthrie at tho landing with a birds eye view of Cloterport tho whole relieved with a magnificent drawing of tho High School building Tho design and skill displayed is very unique and speaks well of X r Tebows talcut as an artist The withdrawal of Mr Banusfrom tho county judge race leaves tho field open so far as we are advised to Judge N McC Judge Mercer has held tho Mercer position before is aware of all its duties and is compi tent to perform them satis- Â¬ factorily lie is too well known to the people to require commendation from us The party could not make a better selec tion and tiie people could not elect one With better qualified for tho position Mercer for judge Barnes for county at- Â¬ torney some decent man for jailer and the selections for the other offices made with regord to fitness and qualifications it is In the power of tho democracy of Breckenridgo county to make up a ticket founded on the rock of public favor and tho gates of Gid Jolly can not prevail against it Tho railroad engineering party reached here at noon yesterday thus completing tho survey except perhaps a resurvoy at The distance ono or two points above from Owensboro to this city by tho Poll ville route is 01 miles seven miles short- Â¬ er than the river route which is a con- Â¬ On the other hand the siderable item river route has its advantages and it Is thought that only a careful estimate of both routes and due consideration of the many points involved can determine tho Much may final location of the road depend too upon tho right of way for although we learn that ns a general thing it is freely given on each route yet there are a few on either who refuse to concede this much or else propose to restrict the company as to how the line shall run which is virtually refusing to give it The chief engineer and his assistants will at tho office of tho company hero pro- Â¬ ceed at once to make estimates and reports Â¬ 11 11 II SCHOOL llElOUT Tho following is tho list of proficients in tho High School for tho week ending November 25 1881 Boom i Misses Fannie Keith Lizzie Sattorfield Jetinlo Babbage Mbllle Goff Nannie Murray Daisy Allen Katie Bow mer Jennie Murray and Laura Pierce Master Charles B Skillman Orfila De Willie White Sidney Frank Haven Leonard Frank Hall Ira Dellaven Otilze and John C Wilkcrson Misses Efilo Bradley Minnio Boom i Murray Mary Mook JlncyBrashoarand Hosa Cook Wm win is of averago height has n good figure and graceful carriage curly brown hair brown eyes nnd fair complexion No photograph can do justice to tho ever varying expression of tho face which in rcposo seems sad but changes tho moment she speaks She has ono child a pretty littlo boy Tho wifo of Hon Champ Clark of Bowling Green Mo is n tail and Btntcly brunette with a profusion of jet black hair well defined brows nnd long black lashes shading largo hazel eyes and n clear olive complexion Sho was Miss Genovievo Bennett born in Calloway county Mo Both parents belonged to good old Kentucky families Her mother was n Miss McAfeo and her fathers mother ono of thrco handsome Davis sis ters who wero captured when very young by a band of Indians who burned tho blockhouso in which tho women and chil- Â¬ dren of tho neighborhood had taken ref ugo tho men all being absent and none escaped nlivo savo tlieso littlo girls their mother and an old negro woman Tho last two crept away after tho Indians had departed with tho children who later on were restored to their parents to grow up marry and become tho mothers of noted Kentucky men such an James B McCreary ox Representativo Phil B Thompson and Mr Bennett Mrs Clarks father Mrs Clark was carefully educated and Is decidedly literary in her tastes Sho has ono child Mrs James A D Richards of New Philadelphia O was Miss Nancy D Wilkins a native of Cunnonsburg Pa Sho has for somo years been a successful physician and ono understands why when one meets her for sho seems so level headed so perfectly healthy in miad and body bo sympathetic and kind hearted Sho is of medium height rather plump but not really whatono might call stout has iron gray hair brushed back from a broad forehead and n very winning smile Another agreeable Ohio woman is the wife of Hon Georgo W Hulick of the Sixth district Sho was Miss Josephino W Harrison of Cincinnati is of medium height and slonder figure with dark hair and eyes and pleasing expression Sho is very quiet and retiring in disposition demoted to her family and friends and cares littlo for general society Sho has four sons and ono daughter Mrs Julius Goldzicr wifo of ono of Chicagos four representatives was Miss Clara Loinicn a native of tho beautiful island of Rugen in tho Baltic sea Sho camo when an infant with her parents to Chicago which has been her home over since Sho is quietnnd retiring iu disposition and devoted to her husband and three handsome children Tho wifo of Hon Dennis Flynn of Ok lahoma is a slender delicato looking littlo woman with brown hair and gray Sho was Miss Addio M Blanton eyes a nativo of KansaB Mrs Flynn while not strong enough for much social dissi- Â¬ pation is an agreeable addition to the official circle She has a daughter about 13 years old and a small baby girl Mrs Philip D McCulloch of Marian na Ark was Miss Laura Bollo Mills of Millersburg Ky Her father was a member of an old Virginia family Mrs McCulloch ia tall and slight with a jostle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MHS RAWLINS MRS TASCIIAL Y Siieitahd Principal llvery stablo stockmen Dairymen men and homo car men unite in saying that no such horse and cattle linimont as Salvation Oil has ever been put upon tho It should bo kept at every market Sets etiblo and stock yard in tho land Uarltjr For Feeding luroei Professor Henry says that dark col- Â¬ ored barley which has been discolored by ruin Is just as good for feeding pur Â¬ poses as tho bright colored bo long as it is not musty Moreover barley at 25 to 80 cents a bushel is a cheaper feed LOCAL 1IRKV1TIKS than bran at 14 n ton For dairy cows Tho rock laying ou the abutment of the lie recommends a mixturo of ono third idge Is progressing with great rapidity bran with two thirds ground whoat or Thos J Lewis sold ono hlul of llreck- - barley This ho regards as well nigh a uidgo county Whito Burley in Louis- - perfect grain ration for such cows For pig feeding ho would add bran or shorts L 10 TK UIHu 11 JIUUfc riOMUI1M It f IV II IIIIUIO MI fVCU Commcal and barley meal mixed Is also 10 last two Itluls of samo at 15 and a good pig feed He says Barley is the iek great pig fattening food of England Mrs Sarah Blaln of Etcpheusport lallouges Mrs Brown Helm to beat her Ti ToUto Scub It has been definitely Bottled at the tins if sho can They aro both boys Vermont Btation that the potato scab ia d weighed 0 and 0 pounds at birth growing on tho po Â¬ - caused by a fungus Amos Dean one of tho colored canditato tuber The scab la found to bo in Â¬ tea for jailer bus withdrawn from tho creased when scabby potatoes are used e and declines to run for county clerk for seed when barnyard tnannre ia uted ice found that there waa mora work from stock to which scabby potatoea mired of a candidate than ho U con- - have been fed when the potatoea are planted on the sumo laud year after year tutionaUy able to perform dr J M Tobow sculptor painter and Tho genus of tU disoatu may be kilM soaking the seed potatoeu for an hour this city has Just elected de- - by and half iu a solution of one pftrtof ned and painted a handsome stage In corrosive sUinate dissolved in a A It Fillers hall which we think wud parts of water refinod face dark hair and blue eyes She is well educated artistic in her tastes and has quito a talent for portrait paint- Â¬ ing Sho has two small fair haired chil Â¬ lll 1tcl ttpf f lUt dren a boy and a girl Another slight delicato looking wom Â¬ an is Mrs McDearmon wifo of Repre sentative J O McDearmon of Trenton Tenn Sho ia a native of that state and waa before her marriago Miss Rachel Theodora McCulloch Sho is tall has hazel eyes dark hair sprinkled with gray uud a pale but expressive countenance and pleasant manner Tho wife of Judge Thomas M Paschal of CastrovUle Tex was Miss Florida A Mayes born at Memphis and brought up at San Antonio Tex to which placo her parents removed when she was a small child Sho la a trlflo below medi Â¬ um height rather plump and has light brown hair and gray oyea That in which sho takes the most in Â¬ terest after her family ia the cultivation of flowers and fruit Lake Grove1 the Paschal homo near CastrovUle hai several acres of ground beautifully laid out and under a fine state of cultivation There aro flowers of all Linda hundredi of rosea ono of the finest collections of cacti in the wholo country tho greatest imaginable variety cf fruit and other trees and vegetables of all aorta all pro duced under the watchful and loving care of the mlstreai of thla paradise where she spends moat of tho year Mrs Joseph 0 Hutchesxin of Houston was Miss Bettie Palmer born in the pic tureeque old town which is still her borne Her father Judge E A Palmer was a Virginian of good old Revolution- I ary stock as was also herjnother whoa Â¬ Â¬ erties nro to bo obtained largo well developed nnd finely formed crests good heavy beards exact and regular mark ings and a clear puro ovon ground color It is a curious fact that very beautiful clear colored Silver Polish may bo bred from Silver liens mated ton Golden cock Mr I K Felch authority in such matters makes tho following interesting statement Many nro not n ware of the fact that to placo a pair of these birds on exhibition to mutch in n general ob Â¬ servation of color and to appear alike too fcmalo will be spangled with full round black spots while tho male will bo laced with black A mole with spangled TIib Heat Whent plumago looks very light iu color as com- Â¬ An enterprising Ohio farmer says that pared to n female of liko plumago ho finds that his best wheat whero tho Tho Poultry Yard commenting on tho plants nro crowded so ns to produce tho foregoing says While this may bo largest yield does not produco as largo true we should hardly advocate such a and plump a berry as wiieat that grows mating for exhibition nnd certainly not moro thinly and yields less Ho be Â¬ for breeding We nro most thoroughly lieves the yield is lurgely determined by convinced that tho even appearance in pedigree and kept ou selecting seed from color is uot of so much importance as the best parts of his field with steadily the uniform character of the markings increasing yields Tho idea ia well and whilo birds uot matching in tho worth thinking about Possibly ono show pen is not a disqualification for reason why Mr Terrys wheat yields tho Polish ns it is for somo other breeds grow better is becnuso ho is constantly wo should regard a pair of birds ono of making his land richer Tho fact is true which was laced and tho other spangled too of corn if not of wheat Nobody no matter how well they matched bo fur would think of selecting seed corn from tho ball at tho bottom ft now ono m17 as respects a superficial view ns not tho half filled ears that set too late to bo Inserted when the first 0110 gives out matched at nil If wo are to have span fcrtilizo all tho silk though tho kernels Tho top is ornamented with a bow of gled birds let us havo them spangled wider ribbon which is also used to form nnd if laced let us havo them laced and on such ears nro often twice as large as But with other a loop for suspending tho article A pair not only ono but both of a pair In no on ears well filled of scissors of the smallest size is attached other way can wo securo a definite nnd grains oats and barley for example the largest plumpest grain is best for to a piece of tho ribbon tho other end of permanent character of tho markings seed Oats that grow thinly nnd pro- Â¬ which is secured under tho bow at the Tho Silver Polish chick when firat duco poorly nre light weight because top Proctor Isabella hatched is of a smudgy gray color and most of them are affected by rust ns in tho case of tho Golden variety tho which prevents development of the or DUnrilrr Ilrcurutlnii chicks mako usually the best grain Everybody has laughed at tho story of darkerfowls Tho little chicks givo from tho littlo girl who naked her mother if laced During the epidemic of la grippe strong indications sho was dusting tho piano or playing A their birth therefore of what they will bo when matured and Chamberlains Cough Remedy took the parallel uncertainty might assail tho stranger on his first view of tho inside of ono who should select tho dark ones lead hero and was much better liked HM many a house ia tho general effect the with n largo protubcranco upon tho than other cough medicines Tho result of n schemo of ornament or is it skull covering nearly the wholo of tho Bangs druggist Chatswoith HI se- Â¬ grip is much tho same as a very severe caused by tho tomporary chaos of house head in nine casta out of ten would cleaning time Tho arrangement of our cure the finest exhibition birds cold and requires precisely tho eamc houses lacks rcposo There is toomuch treatment This Remedy is prompt nnd How Water Get Into Tile noiso ns an artist would express it Professor J M Blosa of the Ontario effectual and will prevent any tendency Â¬ Howolls coined on excellent term to des State collego gives in a recent lecture of the disease toward pneumonia For ignate the heterogeneous objects which on tilo draining somo truo and somo throiig our floors tables and every inch falso theories Ho claims that water sale by A II Fisher Cloverport and Co Hnrdiusburg of availablo space when ho called them does not conio through tho tops of tile Kincheloc Meador gimcrackory and did tho world u serv- but from tho bottom where tho ends Druggists ice when ho set his insinuating iniluciico Iu noting the foregoing como together to work in the direction of their aboliAmerican Cultivator says tion This is generally true though in n so LOVISVILLG REIMS It would bo worth whilo for every voro rainstorm when tho soil is drenched to be for a timo ns awkward and with water somo of it is washed through woman unadaptable as a man if thereby sho Correctly weekly by Humphrey A Laufer Pro tho cracks overhead and to guard tluce Commission Merchants Second btliet could learn his detestation of tidies ubiqagainst this coarse gravel ought to cover Main and Market Louisville atb Ky uitous ribbon bows wisps of muslin tlieso joints eo aa to hold the fino silt hand inflammablo paper inventions othorwiso spoil tho drain But that LOUISVILLE KY Jan 2 lb4 painted shells and glass panels and sim somewill wnter may and does Boak through ilar articles that n glanco displaces and n tho tilo when tho ground is saturated Shippers ihoulil mark all packages plainly c sewith shippers name and poat offlce address touch destroys Beautiful in denying this the professor is in UUTTKR curely placed is a charming adjunct to and wrong Ho says that porous tile the 15 IA any room but tiicro nro houses that one ought not to boused nrgulng that it will Choice country Medium H cannot enter without feeling and nppenr dissolvo by action of water It will do Common 13 ing ft duplicate of Dickens Mrs Pardig 27 frost gets to it otherwise not I Creamery KQQS gle whoso mero presence upset overy in bo ifground is firm it is better to lay the 18 animate object in her neighborhood In horseshoo tilo than solo tile In that Fresh IIEAN8 contrast tho bareness of n convent cell caso nearly all tho water will riso up I 75 to 1 85 Michigan hand ploked would bo refreshing to tho oyo and nerves into tho channel from beneath 1 60 to 1 85 ndiaua Navy Thero Is a popular fallacy that to collect 00 to 1 20 Tho authority quoted has often laid Old or Common and colored and construct innumernblo cheap and uso horfceshoo tilo in soil whero there were UIltED APPLES AND IBACIIES Apples choice bright quarters IK to less trifles gilded corncobs pasteboard occasional spiings iu the bottom of tho Applet average VA toJf banjos and tambourines bottles with drain It is best in such cases to lay Apples old colorod paper bands and ribbon neckties 4 to 5 long flat stones ou either sido of the Peaches new and such liko dust traps implies a do Â¬ drain wide enough for tho tile torest on Peaches old FEATUEKS mestic taste nnd is tho surest way to and long enough to reach past thespring 17 Prlmo white goose But it is a cumake homo pleasant to firm soil ou either side Drains thus Mixed 25 35 rious temperament that finds any place laid 40 years ago aro doing good service 15 20 Old attractive whero tho slightest unguarded only showing action of frost at tho out Mo 1 duck 25 movement is sure to result iu the destruc- Â¬ HIDES lots whero tho water in tho porous tile 3 tion of vnriousbrlttlo treasures and con- sometimes frozo iu very cold weather Oreen food JJf 5 ir 6 good Dry Salt sequent disturbance of harmony and Glazed tile is needlessly expensive ami Dry flint good 7 whero pitfalls and mantraps of tho most does not drain to well as tile that is por- Â¬ Sheep skins 20 50 swear producing kind lurk at overy step ous Glazed pipe with tight joints at POULTRY Why would it uot bo a good idea to im 6 5 Hens per lb sowers 12 to teach tho ends is used for citydraining but such llootenper lb port a few Japanese missionaries land ui Spring Chickens per lb pipes are no good for 6u ns tho ethics of artistio and reposeful surplus water that fills it 7 Young Ducki per lb decoration Tho Sold for their labor ia the 3 75 Qd Oeese full featberd white to harvest and thoywould meet 10 Turkeys The hudlni of Honey 9f with tlm gratitude of most men nnd some HOOTS Beekeepers evidently vary iu their 2 25 2 50 llnseng Ky and Indiana womon Kate Chask j ideas of how many grades of houey aro Yellow Root 18 required Judging from expressions OAM E and made in The American Bee Journal on Rabbit 75 It ia a great domestic remedy 35 fa 50 should bo kopt in every homo Mr Nor Â¬ the subject 7 out of 24 wero In favor ot Squirrels 1 25 t 50 Quail man Cheatham Waverly Sussex Co three grades Several wauted but two WOOL Vn who has never been without it for grades and ono wanted four grades 25 28 washed G W Deinnrco expressed himself aa Tub Qroaae line to this opinion twolvo years subscribes It 17 I have but two grades light follows 12 3 14 Ho Bays Our family has been using Dr colored and dark colored This means Qrease coarse 12 ft 14 Merino Cough Syrup for twolvo years and honey gathered in tho clover season Bulls 5 10 Hurry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS aro never without It In tho house It is which gives us whito houey and honoy Tallow 4K gathered in tho fall from the asters etc invaluable Reetwax m It which gives us dark houey 1 protest Sorghum Molasses 30 u 35 against any further classification It is HAY ORAIN FEED Hold k Stcudy Ilcln We quote price to daj on Louisville oltj a wonder to me that those restless indishould not viduals who clamor for classification of wharfi While driving tho roins OATS hang so Black that it is difficult for a honoy have failed to see that too much 32 36 No 1 oat aorso to know which way tho driver inagri- Â¬ grading has put thi producers of HAY tended ho should travel The anlmul cultural products at tho toudcr mercies Strictly eholce 10 50 13 00 11 00 12 00 however soon finds out if he attempts to of tho shorpers Cholco No 1 10 00 11 00 Jood Medium wrong comer or runs the wagon turn tho 6 30 n 4 76 wheel into a mudhole or etrikea a atone About a year ago I took a violent at J Uood might Straw in the road aa that act seems to jog the tuck ot la grippo CORN 1 cougliett anu day ft 42K drlvera memory for tho honu la given a night for about six weoka my wifo then Choice whit 48 Choice shelled vlcloua Jerk supplemented by an un suggested that I try CtiniiUMrlalns Cough CATTLE complimentary remark from tho driver 4 25 4 00 Oood to extra shipping no differ when hu alone ia to blame for careless Remedy At first I ould seo 3 75 3 50 Light shlpplni once but still kept taking it nnd soon Rot Dutchers A steady pull on 3 40 3 83 new and inattention 3 00 3 25 If I Medium to good butchers tho reins supports tho horse unit allows found that it waa what I needed 11009 him to travel easier In a great meas got no rollef from ono doso I took an- Â¬ 5 3d 6b i 40 ure it prevents stumbling and should an other nnd it was onlv a few days until I Choice packing and butchers 6 30 5 35 Fair to accident happen to tho vehicle or Bhould was freo from the cough I think people Rough good 50 M 8 75 tho horse becomo frightened ho can usu- Iu general ought to know tho value of 8hoati tnil pigs 100 lbs aud under3 00 3 25 ally bo brought under control in time to this remedy and 1 tako pleasure In ac 8HKKP 3 75 Q 3 35 prevent any serious mishap In tho field kuowledging tho benefit I havo received flood to extra shipping 1 10 Q I 60 thla matter la not qulto so Important un from it Madison Mustard Otway Ohio Fair to good US A 11 LAM for sain by less you have a young team full of met Â¬ 2S and 60 cent bottlea 4 75 4 50 Uood to extra spring A Meador Clovorport and Witt tle and yim 0 L Baker In American Fsher 1 40 H i 00 Fair to good Hardlnshurg druggists Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tnlno Unit Holder Tho net which incloses tho twino ball is made of course crocheting silk of 6ome brilliant tint and is crocheted in an open Btitcli of shells or loops so that tho con trasting color of tho cord within is revealed Tho covering is fitted to the ball at tho top whilo at tho bottom No 1 ribbon is used us n drawing string to gather it into shape and tho end of the cord is left to hang through By thus having tho opening for tho admissiou of -- iSSSfer HEARDED - ltefi3 T SILVER POLISH F0WI4 Tennessee nt Knoxvlllo tins been issued ft detailed report bf boiiio very interest ing experiments with tomatoes grown both in garden and field There is much in this report that is of widespread in- Â¬ terest Following nro somo of tho con- Â¬ clusions drawn from tho report tho length of which prevents its being re- Â¬ produced iu full Cutting back tho leading Bhoots nt in- Â¬ tervals during tho growing season deÂ¬ creased tho yield Training to ono or two stems hastens mnturity and secures fruit of superior slzo nnd quality It is doubtful whether supports can bo profitably used except in trnlning to ono and two stems Stakes and wire wero most satisfactory Strong stocky tomnto plants should bo set in tho field ns soon ns tho weather will permit They ripen earlier and produco better Inserting plants nt medium depths gave better results than very deep or very shallow setting Tho application of manure liquor made no nppreciablo difference in yield Tho practice of sowing seed in hills without transplanting should not be recommended Ono transplanting in flats proved moro satisfactory than two trariBplantings Seedlings produced Blightly better by weight than cuttings but individual fruits on cuttings wero very much the larger Cutting back to threo inches of the ground nt timo of transplanting do creased tho yield Bagging Improved tho color and qual Â¬ ity of fruit nnd decreased tho loss by rot nnd sun blistering Value of system in practice depends upon tho cost Varieties that inndo tho best showing tho past season were Early Paragon King Humbert Dwarf Champion Car- Â¬ dinal Livingstons Beauty Lorillard Early Acme Livingstons Favorite Vol- Â¬ unteer nnd Yellow Plum lUperlinfnt HUtloni iree Acrlrtilttirnt of the University of From thd hlation rlf Id Bt I Ten ftjfe -- Tirier OT Swi T Running Chances the baby breaking your watch may not reSome sult In damage or loss to your pocket risks you can run without much danger others Missing an early inspection of you can not our stock of Solid SllverSpoons llutter Knives Napkin Rings and our elegant stock of Novel ties and Jewelry is one of the chances you can uot run without Incurring a loss This stock Is superior to anything we ever offered before and It Is most assuredly superior to anything else now shown in this city and our prices are very low you should call at ones and make a selection before the rush sets In Â¬ Â¬ F N DHUY GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY Also Wholesale and Itetail Dealers In Yellow Pine Flooring and Ceiling Laths Cement Lime Shingles Hair Doors Sash and Brick Blinds and all kinds of Building Material bote Agents for Homestead Fertilizere and Troy Bone Meal v Order accompanied Ith the rash promptly tilled BANK or HAHDHTSBUM Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 7 GOO D F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M U DEARD Cashier O W nEARD - Dire tor I MORRIS KSKRIDUE I R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS -- OST IX QlilTITr BIST 11 qriLiir WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED Fnpiml FOR 20 YEARS O WET SOLD EVEKYWIIEIIE ST it BICIIinDSOX BtDICIXK LOC1S A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY Positively rcmoTt BONE SPAVIN Ringbone Splint or Curb IN 48 HOURS wiinoai i ain Â¬ Â¬ iriB9ft bric-a-bra- Â¬ S500 Reward For Fallnre or Injury the Crealest Thl Wonder of the 19th astonish Century lug as It does the entire Veterinary world Circulars a iit Sworn Proofs Mail ed Free SIlRhtest Â¬ 1 SfyWINCURt Dr Gay Checlnl No 37H Canal Bl New York Wiv The first A mtx Â¬ Â¬ CHARLES of American Newspapers DANNA Editor Â¬ The American Constitution the AmeriThese can Idea the American Spirit first last and all the lime forever 1 Â¬ The Sunday Sun Is tho rentest Sunday Newspaper in tho World Price1 5o a copy By mal 2 a year 6 a year Dally by mall 8 a year Dally and Sunday by mall a year The Weekly 1 Aililrr Till MUN Wfiv York Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I aasayasiigjpSSSgVjE Â¬ Coughs Colili Croup Hearse Host UroHohltls La Grippe and Whooping Cough Is V C CM Certain Cough Cure Tho ffrcatctreiiicdyoxtaHt fbr Â¬ Â¬ AirrlcuHnriHt SULZBRS il THEX Breckenridge IN A BREGKRNRIDGR NKWS OLOYERPORT KY News 1891 WEPNESDAY JANUAKY3 THE WILD WEST Breckenridge County Bay is Holding Down a Claim In the Cherokee Strip A Description of His Now Surround- Â¬ ings Does Not Compare Favor- Â¬ ably With Kentucky Homes mil svaki vroitv Another month lins como and gono and finds mo etlll enjoying lifo as well ns usual and holding down a claim at the head of Indian crock in tho Cherokee strip Thrco long and dreaded weeks of this tlmo I Bpent in thcBtrip and part of tho tlmo alone no one in less than two or three miles of my camp and nothing to bo heard but tho ery of tho coyotes and loud shrill hark of the grey wolf Nothing to be seen all tho long day but n fow sod houscoB which wero scattered over theso beautiful lands and a few Htnall mounds which stood as witnesses to good intentions in taking these hinds Now and then I could see a coyote as he would sneak along some far ofT canyon or through sonio prairie dog town for the purpose of devouring the citizens thereof 0T to tho southward about three miles stood a largo scope of timber which was tho only thing oa these broad fire burned prairies that has any appearance of home and even tho timber when we would go into it would lookshabby bysomeof the great forests of Kentucky liutwhilo here in this lonely country I ns interesting myself in various ways Sometimes I would bo enclosed in the little soddy to shield myself from the cold damp winds At other times I would be digging in a well or dugout or riding around over the land to get an idea of how it would look after it was surveyed and studying if this or that canjon would be on my claim or on some one If tho merchants of Cloverport would shlpsomo of their Christmas novelties over this way they would find ready sale but please whisper to them to send old Santa Claus over first with a pockotful of rocks O money I mean Miss Lilly Critchlow who has been very low with typhoid fever for the past month died Sunday morning the 17th The family lmvo been greatly nlllicled Indeed Just one month and n few days before thqy lost their littlo girl and now Lilly almost 17 years old has followed her to the silent city of the dead One of their sons was sick at tho time of his sinters death but lias about recovered Mrs Critchlow was attacked with bili ous fever just as her daughter died but I am glatl to report sho is in a fair way to recover The whole community sympa thize with them in their alllictlons nnd bereavements but there is only one who May they nil can bring them comfort go to Him in their great distress Â¬ Â¬ y Kawuusn sp THE IMPORTANT TURKEY llreeil For Colds Couglii Croup Influenza The Bett fihoef for the Ltatt Monty W SB L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN and 3 SHOE i iS Jm Jiioiicliilis Are A Lumbago cured by two applications Mr II C Uigby lialttmore Md special Agent of tho Mutual Life Insurance Co I tako pleasure in of New Yoik says stating that two applications of Salvation Oil cured me of a severe attack of lumbago rrmid riittrnlnc Iho lllriln Tho turkey Is an important bird in this country especially about Thanks giving week He also figures more or lees conspicuously from then on right through to tho Christmas holidays American breeders aro Justly proud of having such n fmo breed of turkeys a tho Dronzo aro everywhere acknowl edged to bo Tho largo slzo as well ns tho brilliant plumngo is due to tho wild turkey with which they havo been crossed to maintain tho size nnd markings Many flocks having been closely bred for several years diminish in slzo while tho colors bo highly prized get paler every succeeding year Some of aur prominent breeders havo rccourso to tho wild etock for breeding males every two or thrco years mid thus keep up n high standard for their flocks of Dronzo turkeys Tho march of civilization is fast thinning out the wild tuikey nnd it will not bo long ere hey will bo difll- Â¬ ir Vtlilrli Ainirlriiii Iltiiiirr mJ a Hm L X 4 and 350 Dross Shoo S3CO Pollco 8hoo 3 Soloo 260 2forWorkingmon 2 and 175 for Boys LADIES AND MISSES CHERRY PECTORAL the best of all anodyne W ItTuiC expectorants Prompt to act Sure to Cure The Opening legwN7liPa tWHflBMtfMtHP u nnilPI saoa 15 TUB Tr- i- SbiTr1--- - 5 Ck IN ft frfeiiii nAUTION If nnr driller offer you W I DotiRlua reuureu prior Horn at nr inn ho lia them with the name 3k out the bottom stamped put him vj on uowii oinrnnii 3 250 2 175 tw lin I u Tilt better AQ Shoes arc stvlIOi ensv fittinr I Try one pair and be con- Â¬ satisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make vinced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them Suarantecs their the sale of W L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to push increase the sales on their full line of goods They can nflord to sell nt n less profit and va believe you can save money by buTlnjr nil your footwear of tho dealer nilTCf Catalogue tree upon application WX UOUQLAS Brockton Mass Used belo Â¬ Chapters U1T Tn W COMIMrrK T1IF n long A in Fig 2 with u notch nt the top to hold tho cross trigger nnd a W H BOWMER SON CLOVERPORT KY DOGWOOD RUN Of The Housewife Monthly Wo take pleasure in noting that Tho Housewife the Ladies Home Monthly published nt 81 Warren street New York City has been greatly Improved by its new ownersand Is tho best 5 cent monthly that comes to our exchange table It contains trustworthy advice on tho vital interest of homo on health For Christmas Pure Kentucky Whiskies Foreign Domestic Wines and Liquors TIih Pun ht nuil ii A warm dark Christmas boys Mrs C Coon has a very sick boy with fever Itev J T Adkins went to Tell City Tuesday Mr Wtsley Robertson is visiting his daughter Mrs Howls Scott Hatfield took a load of lohicco lo Owensboro last Monday Joseph Jones sold Fugene Mai low a big turkey for Christmas Dudley Hatfield went to town to get elses Strange it is to see the people by mores Hocking in from various places to get homes in this new and matchless country Men arc there with large families and nothing to go upon tho children bare- Â¬ footed and almost starving f o when we eo these people who nro trying so bard to get homes for their families and themselves we learn to apprcciato our own homo though it be a thousand miles away as we never could had we not been here Of course homo is a sacred place to anyone but we can realize better what home is when we htand in this great country and see these families of sutler ing little ones Some of whom are from our own state and from nearly every state in the union rushing to these new hinds to get a hundred and sixty acres and a little sod house that they may call home It seems to give them more conSo it is a good tentment thnn all else thing for us all to be ready to make our own homes when such an opportunity Is nflorded us as wo have here If our friends from Kentucky could only take a look at these beautiful wide spread prairier and realize the amount of farm products that could be produced on them each year it would astonish the best of Â¬ Â¬ his Christmas last Friday Thomas Duller is hauling coal from Lanums bank to lateswllc Joseph Hatfield says he will move as soon as he completes his house Cinderrella oldest daughter of Mr II F Strntton is iinito ill with bilious fever Diehard Ilnulin went oil twice and could not t tay nwny from home and parents Dr Frymire of Iatesville preached at the V M church Christmas day at II oclock The serenaders had a nice time Christ- Â¬ mas night nuil got nil the cake and candy they needed Itev J T Adkins and Iro C Holing attended tho Masonic Lodge Inst Wed nesday at lellville Willie Hardin has moved his cooking stove in his house and is going to batch a little while at least Mr ieorge Gabbirt of Owensboro formerly of Iatesville has moved on Mr Alt Clarks place near Iatesville Louis Shearer the hustling sewing machine agent of Hnwesville spent last Wednesday night with J T Adkins Irotraeted meeting is going on at West Point and W M churches both and will start at Hithleham next third Sunday 1 Â¬ them Most of the people nre making sod houses to prove up their land in some are building smalj frame houses and Some arc making their others dugouts dugouts with fire placo at the rear end and sod chimneys or Hues At one place hi the eastern section of tho Strip a young couple married and went to n claim which had a dugout with the back a bank of rock and in this they had their tire place but the first night a host of snakes that had been forced out by the SHILOP lire into tho room got tho dog in agony Tho and he sprang upon tho bed JohnT Wheeler who has been quite The sick for some couple were bitten and both died time is no better neighbors reported that they killed Kevemds Wnrdrup and Singleton of nearly 200 snakes all rattlers and copper heads Tho rattlers aru numerous in our Meade county have held quite a success Miction of tho country but I have never ful protracted meeting at this place for tho last two weeks Interesting meet Â¬ opened a den of them yet ings have also been held nt the resi Yours Fraternally and 1eter dences of Sam Amnion I G IIminii Kroush His Second Wife How About the Weather Told him tho secret of her good The Weekly Courier Journal publish Â¬ used Turks Tea every health She ed at Louisville Ky delights In keeping night A U Fisher druggiht its subscribers guessing In addition to McDANIELS being tho greatest Democratic newspaper published it lias been n pioneer in enter Mr Tom lurson had a lino horsu to prises that require thought and figuring iliu it few day since on tho part of its subscribers The Mrs Dan Hicks is on the sick list this Weeklys estimating contest on tho elec- Â¬ week has severe cold tion in IS by which 14 100 in gold Clins Jarboo returned from Louisville coin wero distributed among foity llvo guessers is a sample of this Tho latest yesterday with Christmas goods Mr Allison Glascock has lost n cow guessing offer of tills pupiv is on tho weather that one subject on which wo Have not heard what disease she had all consider ourselves prophets The Mr Jim Parsons who had u tumor reWeekly Courier Journal proposes to give moved a few weeks ago is ablo to sit up 1000 in cash to its subscribers who can some name the coldest day in the mouth of Mrs Sue Mercer of the Falls of Kough February 1891 at Louisville Ky and Is visiting at Mr John Mercers this guess closest to the lowest temperature week on tliis day The contest closes January Mrs Dock Coko and Mrs Ned Can 31 IhJH Kvery new subscriber who lion havo both been indlspotcd but aie sends SI can make one guess and every up again old subscriber who renews sending Tho quarterly meeting for tho Mc can guess Send for a wimple copy of the Daniel circuit will bo held at Cavo paper for full particulars Write at once as the time Is short Spring Jan Kith and 17th Mrs Laura Metcalfe daughter of Ituv Dimes In a New Metal II A Cundiir has bten unite sick this Counterfeit aluminum dimes have week with an attack of biliousness but appeared at Cincinnati It is the first is better experiment so far as known in tho use The last account we had of J Nick of this metal for counterfeiting and it Mercer ho was grinning over the counter makes a dangerous imitation of silver at Jarboos picking a present for his best the difference in weight being the only girl possibly means of detection without a careful iu Mr Matt Jarboo who lias been In tho spection dry goods business at ilenikane has sold out and will rcsumo his former pos- Â¬ ition n tho store hero with Ids brother Charlie Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla Mr Chas Hall of tho Antioch neigh borhoodlost a little child on tho JQlh tilt When Ebj- - wu tick vro gave her Caatorla Tliu little In with membranous croup When she m a Child she cried tor CastorU nocent has loft this world oj disappoint incnts and false friends and gono to that When the became UIu she clung to Caatorla beautiful land where all is peace and joy When abobad CUI1 Jrea she gave tbera Cut or U forever Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ The persistent cough which usually follows an attack of the grip can bo per Â¬ manently cured by taking Chamber lains Cough Demedy W A McGuire Iji Grippe left of McKay Ohio says mo with a severe cough After using several dillerent medicines without relief I tried Chamberlains Cough Kenne Â¬ dy which effected a permanent cure I have also found it to be without an eijual for children when troubled with colds or croup and fiO cent bottles for Hae by A I Fisher Cloverport and Kincheloe Mcador A Co Hanlinsburg druggists Â¬ notch nt tho lower part to catch to the bottom tide of tho hole it passes through Now mako a tiiggir ubotit 4 inches long C in Fig 2 Then mako a long staff strong enough to hold up the two doors say nil inch iqume It must be 3 feet long tho length of tho trap Tho two end doom must havo ugroovo to work in which is made by nailing two small strips on each end and thou a wider Tin AJinmcAN nitoNri tvukky piece over it Put cult o procure There nro several west Â¬ a staple or nail in ern parties who make quite a business tho middle of the of breeding and shipping wild turkeys top of each slid Â¬ to eastern nnd southern breeders to ing door so that a string enn bo cross with their flocks The turLey of whatever breed to be tied to it mid the popular must bo plump and fat when it to tho ends of tho reaches tho market In order to secure long stuff so as best fattening tho bird must bo quite to hold them up near maturity for tho younger ones do when tho trap is not lay on fat so rcidlly nor will they set Fig 2 shows nttain suqh perfect propoitions Doubt how thO triggers less this is a chief reason for tho farmer FIQ2- preference for n hen The young hen nro set A small matures earlier than tho torn so far as nubbin of corn carcass is concerned nt least nnd is like- Â¬ will make excel ly to bo of n more debirnblo size To at- Â¬ lent bait Fasten tain great size animal foodnndgood food it on th end of now tub tiuqukks generally must bo supplied from tho the long trigger Alii BET first The usual plan however is to A In Fig 2 by sticking tho sharpened An sure as n rab Â¬ feed night and morning and during tho end into tho nubbin autumn fatten on corn When u special bit comes along ho will go in nnd begin ly fine quality of flesh is desired ground to gnaw the corn which will throw the oats scalded with sweet milk raw trigger uud tho trapdoors will fall and sweet npples nnd n littlo celery with an catch him in tho trap occasional ration of charcoal will be Cider Vinegar found satisfactory After 15 years experience a Country Gentleman correspondent suggests this Kt eih Vrrtnlli It does not seem to lv generally known mode of procedure Use only sound that light in the winti r limn is tho chief windfall apples for tho making of cider agent in the destruction of vegetables free from rot of any kind Let tho cider otherwiso hardy and especially light remain out of doors until ns much of shining brightly on the plant when the impurities of it as can bo aro worked frozen Attention is called by Median off then put it into the cellar to remain In bis monthly to this fact Ho says on until it becomes vnegar which will be the subject A cabbage or turnip that is in Almost a year when it should bo racked oft before it is ready for use exposed to the light rots readily but will keep perfectly sound if but slightly cov- Â¬ Cider and vinegar barrels must be thor-Â¬ ered with earth This principle should be oughly cleanted and ptrfictly free from remembered when collecting vegetables the mother that many people behove a necessity to constitute good vinegar together in large masses for protection It is often customary to cover wich stta Mother is tho impurities of cider and nono of it should bo allowed to remain of vegetables with sonio light material such ns leaves hay or straw tho result in tho barrel If any of your neighbor of which generally is simply to form a think otherwise give it to them for their harbor for mice which aro much more vinegar Perhaps they will feel happy for tho gift Dont put in any corn mo destructive than tho frost itself Water has of course to bo excluded lasses or anything else to hasten its consummation Timo is nil that is required and if the vegetable plants nro bet closo ly together and covered witjt boards to Wutrlug tlio Cows keep out the rain it is generally all that Cows in full flow of milk must of ne- Â¬ Is required Water must bo excluded or else rotting may result For this pur Â¬ cessity drink a great deal of water pose it is good practice to invert vege Â¬ Therefore warm tho water in winter to tables at times Tho cabbage especially about 00 to 0 degrees and then your must receive this attention They nro cows will drink all they want at least almost always inverted when placed to- onco a day Dut if water is very cold gether under boards or covers for pro- and the wenther cold a cow will go some Â¬ tection and in fact where no covering times a day or two without tasting wa- Â¬ at all is used they will keep perfectly ter and when compelled by thirst to drink will gorge hfrself with ice water well when inverted before tho btops drinking and then for A correspondent of tho Lyon Horti colo refers with approval to tho common the balance of the day will stand in the American practice of preserving cab Â¬ yard rounded tip and shivering with the bages by placing them upside down and cold Of courso sho has consumed the then covering them with just enough greater part of the feed given her in the earth to prevent tho sun from affecting morning to warm up the ice water she them Frost in darkuess does not injure drank and has nothing left to produce tho leaves whilo the inversion prevents her usual amount of milk at evening chance of water getting in to rot tho and without thinking the dairyman will Tho roots of courso nro above wonder why his cow does not givo more heads mill Today I wonder that all these the ground but this makes no difference It is one of tho easiest and best methods years past I did not know nnd realize of preserving this vegetablo during tho how much cheaper it is to wurm water winter If the earth js not very thickly in cold weather for cattle with wood or spread on say not more than an inch or coal instead of wanning with hay and grain two it is easily cracked by a light blow so that there is no difficulty in getting Ilmv to 1riierve rulicupuita out tho bead in tho severest weather Ono way tho old one is to char the posts but a more mo Jem nnd much bet- Â¬ A fioml Kcttlu Illne ter plan is to get a barrel of It is often convenient to heat water from tho nearest gas works pour coal tar some of out of doors At butchering time try- Â¬ It into a very large kettle under which u ing out lard or boiling soap apple butÂ¬ btisk small tire should lie kept burn- Â¬ ter or elder it is often unhandy to run ing but While the tar is hot dip the end of to tho house tiie post which is to go into the ground With a ring liko tho one shown in tho into it Lot it drip and lay it on u log Kit from the Ilurnl New Yorker such until dry which will bo but a few hours Tho post is then ready for setting and treated in this manner will resist decay for 15 or 20 years Of courso the post must lie stripped of the burk before it is dipped in the tar k our New Serial Story a Â¬ ousekceplng education nnd things which make life pleasant Headers will For Altnr Purposes find no better work no better writer In their special depaitments any where Wo givo our attention to the than thoHe appearing in the Housewife Family Trade When you want Subscription prleo for this monthly magazine is but 50 cents a year Agents something pure and good give mo and subscribers receive acceptable prem- Â¬ a call iums Christinas is coming nnd many R ol our lady acquaintances will havo a Tiimiuniiy- Saloon good chance of procuring somo valuable HARDINSBURG KY presents with very littlo work Wo nro sure the publishers Tho Housewife Corporation will bo pleased L to send Bamplo copiis to any one asking Send them a postal card for them CALIFORNIA WINES E Mattingly Dr J Moorman Gentlemen this is your chance to got a pair of pants cheap now nt Sulzers ent is bad luck to givo a pointed pres- Â¬ It Yes cute love thoy say Ive oven known the point of a joke to make trou- Â¬ ble Truth Kl ilaSljS It isnt Eesident Dentist CLOVERPORT KY tirilce with Ilr J T Owen linal Â¬ Sinfire DIRECTORY tn Convenes at Unrdinaburg second Mon February May and Ootober T K McDeath Judge Loitchflold Ky Weed S Cholf Commonwealths Attorney Kllnbrthtown Ky V O IUbbage Muster Commissioner lUr dinsburg Ky F K Rhodes Sheriff McDantela Ky Charles Miller IUrlluliirg Ky W I Ramsey Clnverport Ky W B Cart Union Star Ky R S Sklllman Clerk UurdlntburK Ky Frank Ueavln Surveyor Cloverport Ky John Slaton Jailer Ilardlnnhnr Ky ci nrtrr comer j f H kinds of Dental tactlen icuurantred II line nr llrlilirei work done and satis Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co TIME SCHEDULE At 600 FA ILTO 1 22 y ocliU SI Title 11 Effect K Eudij Dk Mail 52 171853 Wfl Bound Trail tt Kail Bound Trains 4- COUNTY UOIIIIT Convenes third Monday In each month Thomas Adkttion Judge Ilardintburg Ky Milton Doard Attorney Hurdlnnburg Ky John E Monarch Clerk IIardlnburg Ky Bprs Kpr Dally 630pm 6 7 25 7 30 7 47 7 51 Mall A STATIONS Kxprs Bxpr Dally Dally 8 7 7 - Daily 7 45am Convenes fourth Monday September and December Â¬ Â¬ will appear In the next issue Â¬ Â¬ It is a bright charming story oeeding the fimt Mondty in March June Sep- Â¬ tember and Decamber Magistrates lien T Miller and Luin lllack Constalilo Lee llish op llardiniburg City Court J 1 Uuiby V 0 ilab Mayor pent brown Marshal buge Attorney City Court civil terms first Monday la Marb June September and De- Â¬ cember Clovkkfort Courts Thursday succeeding the first Monday In March June September and Deoember Magistrates Dudley Ilam bleton and Joseph Mullen ConHtable Tho Keenan Cloverport City Court Civil terms first Monduy In March June September and Mar- Â¬ December Mayor Charles Ughtfoot shal James llambleton McDiNiKLi Henry R Dtan Magistrates Rock Valo Sam W parsons McDantels Constable Oeo W Burton Ruth Courts at Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Mon Â¬ day In March June September and Decem Â¬ ber and at McUanlela Tuesdays after the sec Â¬ ond Monday in said months IIudsunvillr Magistrates Ooo Ilarned Henry C Lirce Hudson Custer Constable John NerittConstantine Courts at Hudson Title on Wednesday succeeding the second Monday In Maroh June September and De Â¬ cember and at Custer on Thursday following the same months DswLKYVjLtit Magistrates Riley Donell Irrlngtnn U 0 Martin Dig Spring Con Â¬ 11 loi t Courts at Bewleyvllle on sults John Friday succeeding the second Monday In March June September and D comber and at Webster on Saturday Union Stab Magistrates James J Severs Union Star John W Jarrett titepnensport Constable Jabes Waynes Courts at Ulon Htar on Wednesday succeeding the third Mon Â¬ In March June September day and Decem- Â¬ ber and at Stephensport on Thursday ii r liuuTimY co nMarch June in i1IAllTiilll DISTIIICTN ruo Courts on Wednesday IIardinbbubo 800 810 8 4J U 00 IvUnn ptar 12 45mr Kentucky St 1210 Westlolnt llfUun Lonif Branch Hrandcnburg Kkron 815 711 3pm 801 813 8 21 auT 917 a2U 9 31 9 45 10OI 1014 1020 1028 10 33 1030 10 6U Howard nock Haven Guiton IrvlnRton Webster Lodiburg Pierce 1117 1132 1124 1110 1117 35 30 7 07 0 48 6 40 658 830 863 0 00 83H 8 45 OHO 954 1U51I 10 50 914 917 928 931 943 954 10 U2 10 07 1U12 1018 1048 10 Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman Kalcon Cayce Simple Holt 100 10 1041 10 i J 1015 10 20 1011 03 9 48 9 45 9 33 9 22 6U1 5 57 5 45 5 40 6 24 a 21 6 U0 b30 611 552 v A Sit 103 1053 1116 1110 1124 1130 1134 1140 llawesville letrie 5J 1U - DASiin 1212pm 22 1233 1238 12 42 1250 1267 12 1109 1111 tewfsport Powers Pates Owenboro Worthlngton Head Snoits III Mnttlngly Griffith Stanley 914 918 afU 8 58 8 40 8 25 49 20 in 41 4 4 41 4 31 4 08 4 Ml 3 47 3 41 3 37 815 8 02 7 54 7 51 7 41 7 35 7 27 II 1125 133- 1163pm 210nn 111 1 30pm arilcndersn h 705m Ilasketts 719 350 323 316 310 265pm LauIsviMeHadinsburgWestern TAKING No 3 TIMt TABLE RR West Hound Trains EFFECT Dallv Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 5 Nol 1100am 1140 11 12 29 1891 Uast Hound Tram Dallv Dally STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun lUrned Ilardlnsburg Kirk litlirti Garfield No 2 9Snim No e JULY 1212 Mini 43 sro 800 7 40 At llardiniburg on Tuesday after the first Monday In April and October tiscWi court r 100 Jolly 70 111 Glendeanc 640 125 Iimntfr 60 145 arKallsIlouchlv 610 220 537 uocavaie 232 Ituth 5 If 241 Aiklns 518 269 Oil 500 33Jpm ArFnrdiville Iv 4 45am THE LOUISVILLE 710 ST LOUIS AIR LINE RR J D BRASHEAR lh EASTL SHORTEST QUICKEST Dont fail to TOBACCO BUYER St Louis Evansville ANP ALL POINTS West and South West Long Brick House CLOVERPORT KY Desires to seo all tho tobacco farmoru of this and surrounding country Time Cird in Elect Jul 31 1892 Ly Louisville 805 am 825 pm 43a pm ArrSt Louis 720 pm 845 a m Eransvllls liJO lOjnOpm For further liformstton call on or address R A CAMPBELL Oenl Pass Agt St Louis Mo J B CAMPBELL 0 P K Tnalvlll Kt City Ticket Office S W Cor Third A Main St Louisville Kt AND BEST LINK TO CONVEMET AT UUTCllEItlXO TIME troublo can bo dono away with Any blacksmith can make it It can bo placed on tho ground on any part of the farm tho kettle placed on it and a fire built under it You ought to havo one MAKING A TIiIiibh Tliut Aru Told E France who winters his bees on tho summer stands uses for cover a sol Id honey boaid with straw or chaff cushions over them Tho Farm Journal says To make the horns of a growing iiuiiual change the direction of growth scrape them thin on tho sldn toward which you would in clino them On the average farm u turkey costs it TABLETS PILE i iMie WEEKLY iiniA a COURIER JOURNAL Is a ten page eight oolurah Democrats News psper It contains the Lest of everything golnr IIenit Wattibiok Is the Kdltor RABBIT TRAP 11 plrrctliieTliitAnr llrlcjit Cnu Vol young frnlt trees etc nnd many would Ike V catch them for gamo Farm and Fiiildo tells how to inako n good trap Mnko on oblonjr box a foot jouiro and 0 feet louj baw two doora a foot square to cover tho ends of tho trap Bore two holes in tho nilddlo of tho box one six inches from the tide and tho other three inches Mako ono foot long and drive it Into tho iniddlo hole It must be sharpened a little at tho top eo as to hold up tho top trigger as shown In Fig 2 Then mnko a trigger about 3 feet low Villi Successful Iti sulla Rabbit irn very bad aliout gnuwlng no more to ficd than a chicken To catch hen hawks bait a steel trap with chicken and set it on a polo erected on the outskirts of the chicken run Kail a small board on top of the jkJq to hold tho trap and chain the trap to the pole Put thu trap on top of bait Duck skin gloves for Engineers at Cab Â¬ OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE - Price 100 a Yoar - - and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES ST LOUS tnfn if EIHUHDSOI MIDICISS CO bages The WmtKLY Cuuiiur Jousiui makes Verv liberal terms to agents and gives fiee pre raluins for clubs Satuulajwples of the psper and ur pige Premium Supplement sent frss to any address Write tu PILES ft ITCHING PILES Courier - Journal Company BULZERB Hov F C iKlohartNow tork writes Acorn oh iho toe It tt Ikon Ih tko Hosh Avklck CC C Certain Cora Cnro moaf mer-Â¬ cifully removed THE BREOKENRIDQE U a stick AnrourrKLT A UIT034 MUtur Intn FrpiirNritRiB elUw4 tm moiiini1 iiiBiMr I inn rini4k SWAYNES coma OINTMENT 4 IttfcU kfMriJVhUJtlhU r rftufntuw fcf iouikvimi kv TIIK NEWS 00 Weekly Courier Will I sent one Tear t an address for f 2 Address JN0 DHAU1IAOB Cloverport Journal llffKlrllrifttMm MiUiM Ky ft ft n y i I V I W JJ1 I y ft i 1 W J rf r t Patll Little Port si Vender llio three year OLOVERPORT KY old son of Johnnie Yeitjcr who Was re AND TO MARE IT STILL eSflstlmntiS urnislid on appllcati potted Inpt week as being dangerously THE ULOVERPOHT CITY GOVERN Â¬ III died mi Wednesday night The grieveil parentHnnl other relatives have MENT GOES UP AGAINST THE the sympathy of many friends NEW CHARTER WITH AT LAW Mr luhl It 1it rvc miner and ship Jlliclmno before or booh ntlcr Juniiaiy 1 1811 mi Overcoat nt GO pr of tho celebrated Falcon coal has M n ii ntitmn Room 47 Trust Building uiijx in on me uouar or u suit ot Dress or Business Clothes nt GREAT FORCE opened an office in tho Comni rro bidd Â¬ With our IIHINTZ Iicklca jmoked 02 J CENTS on the dollar or a Boys or Childrens Suit at fiO LOUISVILLE ing number 107 I otilsville KY Mr Pierce CENTS on tho dollar will divide his tijie between that otllro Dont you think our miggpfltion a good in tho purest malt vinegar and prepared and tho home olllro in this city ono y Ono Police Judgo in Office and John T Ditto savs he lias turn over for our special importation ITS TRUE THATS A PITY ITS A PITY THATS TRUE Another With a Commission The rich a now leaf this Now Year Ho has ffm HARDINSBURQ DISTRICT ly resolved to have nothing to do with From Gov Brown in rt1 Itt ntitlcnli 1 flit rtlt ej io vuiiaij iuu large VTllfl fc Alt bushiest entrusted to my hands clvi mo rflfllUS as uad ns uui diuiiv racy flavor obtained from tho very tho girls for n whole year It may be uron iit nml rtretul uttcntlnn Notes utttl His Pockot ever and OUR panic prices still moro PANIC Y Wc tlinnk counts citllct teil and prompt return inuk Send caused by many disastrous circumstances me Your dullness you for past favors- - ask nnd look for a repetition and wish you jn that direction in the year just passed finest Bclected Bpces gives a pleasant and yours a Happy Isew lcar and Many Many returns Tho steamer Transit Capt F M Ry- Â¬ Breckenridge News IS IN THE RIGHT an touched lioro last Thursday morning WHO pungent pique to tho appetite which WKDNKSDAY JANUARY ISO I to take Mrs Ryan who linl been spending Chilstmas with relatives on renders them beyond question the most LOCAL BREVITIES board The Transit bail licen ttt Cairo Ex Mayor Llrjhtfoot Claims That for n couplo of weeks working on the delicious and at the same time tho most J Q Harris went to Loulsvlllu yester wreck of tho Coal City His Torm as Judge Has Not day MissSudio Adkisson- daughter of Al Â¬ Yot Expired While May- Â¬ healthful aid to digestion of any picklo U U licrro went to Louisvillo yester Corner Third Market Sts len Adklsson New Bethel died of brain or Barry Thinks ility fever Iantl rtday tho 2litli ult She wap in the market When your appetites Otherwise Clinrllu Tinlus returned fioin Owens the only child at home nml was siek on LOUISVILLE KY ly n very short time The grief stricken boro yestt rdny whetted remember we have t other Ilurrcl Heard of llnrdinsbiirg waa in parents havo the sympathy of n largo cir- Â¬ LTFN B Be sure you come to tne right store 8 cle of relatives nnd friends tlio city Saturday A POIrJT OF LAW THAT MAY JohnT Ditto of Louisville oecom delicacies to satisfy your palate S A Pate of New Hetliel was viniliti wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmttmmmmm HAVE TO BE DECIDED BY panled by his little nieco Cornlo Ditto relatives in the eity Sunday of Brandenburg came down Monday to THE HIGHER COURTS Keep your hog pens clean nnd dry Miss Ktliel Oolj returned to her chapter nnd that tho ollico of Polico spend New Years with Ids sister Mrs OF JUSTICE school at Georgetown yesterday Judgo was not provided for in this Besides that put Into thein n box filled J I Babbniro Ho returned tn limn chapter but in the constitution of the with n mixture of 0 parts ashes 3 parts Jliss Prlstilla Owen of iouisvlllc is denburg yesterday and will act 1 as best Keep this box state and that if a vacancy should occur salt and part copperas visiting her brother Dr J T Owen filled with tho man today nt tho Fiymire Wcolf ilk tho council would have no right to fill help themselves mixture so tho pig3 can Dr J H Cottrell will iireneh in tlio Wimp Woolfolk nuptials nt will With this nnd THINGS LOOK MUDDLED it but tlio olllcer would have to lie com Â¬ sprinkling tho hog yard freely Klm street Metlioilistelmrcli next Sunday with crude Mayor C E Lightfoot carried off the missioned by tho Governor His re earbolio acid or air slaked lime you can night boss prizes at tho Christmas tree last marks left the impression that tlio ollico almost defy hog cholera esiieelally if Mr Lee Vandergrifl and family have Thursday night They consisted in a and that ex Mayor part of your hog feed is something elso Tho City Council met Monday night was not vacant moved to Uoberts Hottom above Sleph big doll and a rabbit foot Tlio doll was Lightfoot could not only fill out his un Â¬ man corn in regular session It being the last ensport rather delapidated but it beats nothing Tlio hog sales nt tho Columbian show meeting of the old council and being expired term ns Polico Judge but that Hev W M Purgess will fill his reg in the way of n baby a long way As a generally known that the city would ho would bo compelled to servo till were satisfactory to everybody concerned ular npj ciiitini nt hero next f aturday hint to the wiso is sufiicient the Honor change hands on this night the City September 1S91 if lie did not die or re Tlio biggest four legged hog nt the ablo Mayor will no doubt use the rabbit an Sunday sign tlio place before that time Hall could hardly hold the crowd Worlds fnir wns n boar weighing actuM1h M K MeJtidy post mistress at foot to an advantage Tho Judgo elect is Mr L i Gregory ally Tin first biiHlness of importance nbout 870 pounds though tho fairy Young Charles Tinitts left a largo cam Â¬ was tho letting of tho contract for and he lins written on to Frankfort and tnles in Sample was in tho eity Monday doing circulation nbout him claimed ple of tlio product of his new vineyard in lighting tho street lamps There was Bomu shoping a obtained a commission from tho Govern 1300 Mr V 1 lJurton ot Kock Lick nt- - this otlico last Saturday afternoon UpÂ¬ large number of bids and after an ex- Â¬ or to fill tho ollico from January 1st to Foot rot is apt to nttnek sheep that tended services at tlio Baptist church in on examination it seems to bo tfio same amination and fair consideration tho con- Â¬ September 1st when the term begins for pasture long at a timo on low wet kind of niticle that Paul recommended to tract was let to Frank Bates at 14 30 n which lie was elected Through what lands this city last Sunday smttttg2-s3zmnmr3jt Timothy for the sako of the stomach month his being the lowest and best representations this commlsson was ob Ten owes nnd a blooded ram mako n Virgil Hardin advertises a big alo of VrT-TT--rrVt and consequently wo feel no scruples In bid tained is not known but Governor good beginning for tho small farmer stock and fanning impliments at his who wnuta to go into sheep In two using it for that purpose but only wish Brown granted it all tlio same Claims were allowed to the amount of farm near Hardins Mill that we owned tlio whole vlnoyard Ex Mayor Lightfoot made a few re- Â¬ years nt most the blood must bo chnuged 128703 Mr James Temple of Pellville came Ho said and a now ram procured marks statig liia position After a little discussion of the tobacco Iho public road from this city to in Saturday to see his sick brother Mr that ho didnt want a dingle day of Mr Mr James Harris of Clover Creek Holts bottom is still in a dangerous con taxes the old council adjourned C D Temple of the Cloverport hotel only dition Iho bank has caved in until it TboW Mayor J A Barry was then Gregorys term but that he is If con Â¬ spent tho day Monday with his sister For special pnees and fine effects cnll is bo narrow Hint it is law Mrs Alex Farbcr He immcdiatcllv tending for his own and that there is not room sworn Into ofllcc at tho picture gallery anytime from now enqugh for a team to pass without en Â¬ qualified the new council consisting of that ho should act as judge till his term till January 10th 0 L Knight Clover dangering tho lives of tlio occupants tho following members C B Skill expires he wishes to do so Ho surely p6rt Ky Wo havo called tho attention of the man F P Payne R B Pierce A L thinks that it is justice that ho should bo Turn over a new leaf Dont borrow court to this mntter before Tlio United States has never suffered Something Oclze Cy Liliard and S P Conrad This allowed to complete bis contract with your neighbors paper any longer but should be dono before the county has a new board immediately proceeded to tho city from any disease that has caused such subscribe for one and let it como to you suit on its hands for damages After n little moro discussion tlio fearful results as IjiGrippe business F N DHuy was elected City Royal Ger during A largo crowd of people assembled in Clerk by acclamation O T Skillman re- Â¬ Council agreed to lay tlio matter before metuar has never failed to euro it quick- Â¬ Wo will continue to mako photographs the Baptist Church last Thursday night ceived the place of City Treasurer with Â¬ the Attorney General before they ad Â¬ ly where used at reduced prices til January 10th after to witness the distribution of tho prizes out opposition There wero four can- ministered tlio oath of ollico to Mr that date the price will bo raisd 0 L of the Christinas tree among tho nnxious didates for City Marshal G W Jordan Gregory This was donoby Mr Gregorys uriiMiii Knight Cloverport Ky Sunday School children The tree was a John Hall J II Wills and J 0 Porter request Atlanta Ga Nov 28 1S93 Mayor Barry then appointed tlio fol- Â¬ In January last I had a violent atMiss Margaret Bo wmergavo her Sun- Â¬ very large ono and was richly ladened Tho first ballot resulted Jordan 3 Por- Â¬ I wa nd vised by a Finnnco Commit Â¬ tack of LaGrippo day school class a regular old fashioned with nice appropriate and vuluablo gifts ter 2 Hall If Wills 0 Mr Jordan was lowing committees We wish you all a happy and prosperous ctndy pulling last Friday Tlio little The pleasures of tlio evening were great Â¬ declared elected but on motion the ques tee Chas B Skillman chnirman It B friend to uso Royal Germetuer which ly enjoyed by all as nothing makes a tion was reconsidered as the City Attor- Â¬ Pierce S P Conrad folks had a delightful time Ordinance Com cured mo in a couplo of days I was New Year and if you trade with us it Mr Wesley Robertson who had been person so happy as to seo others happy ney decided that thero was no election mitteo It U Pierce chairman 0 1 again attacked by tho grip this month nnd the merry laughter of tho littlo- ones A second ballot resulted Jordan 4 Por- Â¬ Skillman Cy Liliard Street Comm- Â¬ nnd profiting by my former experience I visiting his daughter near Patesvillo 2 Mr Jordan was then declared itteeA L Oelze chairman F P Payne commenced nt onco with Germetuer and will surely come passed through the city Monday ehrouto evidenced tho fullness of their hearts ter Cy Liliard I consider it Calaboose and Polico Com- Â¬ did not havo to go to bed and filled those of nil present with the duly elected to his home near Union Star Tho election of n City Attorney was mute S P Conrad chairman A L n specific for LaGrippo L Stuaiit same joyious feeling Tho pleasure of Kd- - Brashear celebrated his fifty fist taken up Gus Brown nnd It N Miller Oelze F P Payne tho evening was onhansed by soul-stibirthday last Friday at Hawesvllle by Tho ballot re- Â¬ wero tlio candidates IIYSPIIIMA and NIHIVIIS Council then adjourned to meet again banqueting tho t nchera of the city ing music by tlio Sunday Scoool choii Ro sulted Brown 4 Miller 2 J B Irwin D D tho popular Friday night tho Oth Inst when tho schools It was a nice social affair Tho City Marshal was selected to per- Polico Judgo question will either bo set Â¬ pastor of tho Tulip Street Methodist ENTEE NOUS Shcrmon Ball of Hnrdinsburg was in form the duties of Pound keeper Having tled or got intonworso muddle than it Church Nash ville Tonn says tho city Saturday mixing among his Re- Â¬ Tho council then proc e led to consdt r is now tested tlio Germetuer for more than a publican friends and soliciting their sup Â¬ A Handsome Entertainment at the the question of Police Judge nnd here a ear by repeated use I tako pieasuro in port in his candidacy for County Clerk snag nas encountered saying I found it a prompt relief nnd Mayor Barry Residence of Mr and Mrs A Gone Oyer to the Enemy and somo members of tho council had so Misses Sallio Davis of tho Norton In- Â¬ The report was current in this city cure for dyspepsia and nervous debility B Skillman construed the law that they considered yesterday that 0 WicklllF Moorman I keep it on hand nnd would not be firmary Louisville who has been spend- Â¬ the ofllco of Police Judgo vacant nnd without it Besides being a valuablo ing the holidays witli her parents in this Last Monday evening the Entro Nous wore proceeding to elect ono to fill the would bo n candidate for sheriff on tlio remedy it is pleasant a nnd refreshing city has returned to her duties in that Republican ticket Mr Moorman was tlub entertained tlio young gentlemen vacancy At this point Hon 1 R Mur- Â¬ out of the city and could not bo seen but drink institution In grand style at the hospitable residence ray asked permission to make a few re Â¬ tho nows comes pretty straight from Gordon McGavock and Ira Dellaven of Mr and Mrs A B Skillman FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS marks This beiqg granted ho proceed- Â¬ 1A days in Christmas week spent several Bottle Six for 5 Tho young ladiea wero all attired in ed to construe tho law as ho understood leading republicans interviewed on the subject that tlio report was true nnd that visiting in tho liardinsburg neigebor evening dresses nnd the young men it nnd asked tho council to tako no rash ho would bo a candidate Keep tho bowels open with Germetuer hood They report that they had n wore full dress suits steps that might involvo tlio city into Pills 50 in a bottle 23c All for salo splendid time The largo doublo parlors were exquis- Â¬ long and expensive litigation by A R FISHER IIARDINSMJRG KY A pockot book containing money was itely decorated with hollies and mistle- Â¬ Live Slock Tolntk Section VI of tlm now charter for fifth Cloverport Ky etoro toe Thero wero several found in W II llowmcr 1893 wXs Sons The beat trotting tlmo in class cities of which Cloverport is one again nuulo by Nancy Hanks but she last week Tho owner can got it by call- Â¬ corners especially prepared for spooni- says Quarterly Report has not equaled her famous 204 Her ing and identifying sarao and paying for ng- Tlio hall was in red Orango ol the Tho members of tlio City Council and best this season was 201 J punch was daintily served by Misses Police Judgqshall bo elected by the ttis advertisement of A man who had been in tho Frank Megley was arrested ono day Margaret Skillman and Marion Bowiner qualified voters of said city at a general raising his hogs year after year habit tho CLOVERPORT KY on j- At the last week charged with petit larceny at tlio desire of any ono Just before municipal election to be hold therein on swill gathered from hotels was sur Â¬ December clno nf builncis on tho ajd ilf of Ho was tried in tlio City Court and tho hour for refreshments partners were tho Tuesday after tho flrbt Monday in prised to find at length that ho began to HUSOU11CKS placed undeV a bond of 50 to await tho selected by lot after which tho guests November in 1893 and thereafteras there loso hia hogs rapidly by diseaso and l oani nuil Ditcounta lens Loans to Director wero requested to repair to tho dining respective action of the grand jury terms expire and at tho gen- Â¬ death Do you wonder what the reason Loans to Directors oflUcrs not In- IUI Jo 3234 cluded 8345 6J Mr Geo Weatherholt and family and room llere wore found tall b ladenid eral election next preceding tho expira- was Loam to Officers iiSo 36 Just think of some farmer that feeds Overdrafts unsecured Mrs Cowden Mr Kirt Weatherholt and with a bountiful supply of rich dol tion of their terms tho Mayor and Polico ij ai Due from National Hanks woll on oats from his 07 wife went to Jeffersonvllle Ind last caeies of which all partook heartily Judge to hold ofllco four years and the theymares stinted until foaling tho timo Due from State Hanks and wero timo nnd Those present from a distance wero members of tho City Council two Hankers DANIEL BROOKS J M HARPER 3750 So J 0 BOURNE week on Capt F M Ityans tow boat years then compare their colts with tho colts iooSj i Misses Mamto Taylor Hondorson Anna Hanking House and Lot They will bo absent several days 00 from the flrbt Monday in January follow 3 of soino shiftless fanner that feeds com Stocks and Honds 5S 01 Grlllltli Ovvensboro Mabel White In the election Provided That the Though tho colts are from dams that aro Specie and Currency Ed Itiedol started back to his school at jj0J4 14 CO BROOKS BOURNE Grand Itopids Michigan Mrs John terms of Pol fee Judges elected at the alike and sired by tho snmo horse you Terro Hauto yesterday Ho will remain Burks Henderson Messrs jrxo 00 John T November election 1893 shall begin on can seo a vast difference in favor of good Iurnlturc and Wnturcs Other Assets until Juno and then he muy go to Penn- Ditto Suit Louisville David S Murray tlio first day of September 1894 and con feeding You can feed for good bone Debts InAccount JifST 7S Irotest sylvania to accept n position that has and muscle and u salable animal Salt Lake City Utah I 57 5 tinue until tlio November election 1897 been offered him as civil engineer Did you over try to doctor a hog S8ii f and until their successors are elected and CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP Misses Emma and Nolco Greonwalt IIAHIL1TIKS In England mutton la not considered Capital Stock paid in in For Oonnty Attorney qualified caih 15100 00 who havo been visiting relatives in this at its best till tho sheep is from 2 to 8 Surplus lund 05000 00 BOURBON STOCK YARDS Section 14vof the now charier Bays In this issuo is announced tho candi- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY city for tho past week returned homo years old That is rather slow for us Undivided Iroflts 7J1 U Due Depositors as follows viz Any vacancies occurring in any of tho Wo want tho same results in 18 mouths Monday accompanied by their grand- Â¬ dacy of R N Miller for the ofllco of iepuiiis turned 10 cnccK ion Si County Attornoy subject to tho action ofllces provided for in this chapter shall and wo nro going to have them which miercsiisnoipaiuii parents A r and Mrs peorge Carlllo Time certificates of deposit of the Republican convention to bo hold Lo filled by appointments of tho City on which t per cent in- THE BEST TYPE WRITER DISSOLUTION NOTICE DavidS Murray of Salt Lake City terett Is paid Sint if Council ItAHDiNtftun Ky Dec 5 1S01 Utah is sponding a fow days in this city In liardinsburg on Moudny 12 1894 lJofSj js Dyeils Mortgages ami all legnl Instru Other Liabilities Mr Miller is a promising young law- Â¬ The firm oTKaye Cuttingly Ilobenthlsday Under tho old city charter of Cloverwith his fathor Judgo J A Murray lund to pay Taxes dissolved Mattlnlv Wil ments drawn and copying dono in tlio mutually firm K II Joe L and Ino T retiring S 1 lobe from the Kaye and passing tho tiino pleasantly among yer of this city Heisanatlvo of Now port tho Mayor performed the duties of will couduct the buslnets under tne firm name of Albany Indiana having located hero both Mayor and Police Judgo and filed show Doplotod Blood poor best stylo tho companions and ecuues of his child- Â¬ Kaye V lloben Kaye V Iloben will collect all I State or KuNtucKV about Ave years ago Ho has so rapidly his bond with tho County Court as a outstanding accounts and assume all liabilities nourishment hood days County of llrcckeurldge of said dissolved firm KaykIIobkn V G Bnbbnge gained popularity In Republican circles Justice of tho Piece Ex Mayor Light A II Skillman of Hrecklnrldge Hank bad Thoy aro signs of atlank located andCasliler business In Wall street Hcferlnir to the above firm I cheerfully recomMr John Dandont and wfo of Boon that recognizing his qualifications dolnu IlAIiUINSHUIKI Ky and foot was elected in May 1892 for two mend the firm of Kaye V lloben to my friends In the city of Cloverport in said county bclnif ville Indiana accompanied by her bro- Â¬ ability Ancomln Jot L MATTINOLt tho Republican County Com- Â¬ years and tho now council going upon duly sworn says that the foregoing Keport Ii In Mr John Hartley of Kvnnaville ther all respects a true statement f the condition of last spring selected him Chair- Â¬ tho two passages of law Just quoted mittee the said Hank at the dote of business on the aid 10 visited tneir aunt and uncle Mr and man of day of December 1801 In the best of his know that body lie has since re Â¬ wero about to declare tho ofllco of Polico V ledge and belief ami further says that the busi Mrs Carlllo during Chrstmas returning BAML RAY ROBERT P HARE signed that position because of not Judgo vacant ness of said Hank has been transacted at the rf home Friday location named and not elsewhere and that the being so situated as to give it the most above report is made In compliance with an Mr Murray explained that the pro CX Quarterly meeting was held in tho advantageous attention official notice received Iroin I lie Secretary of vision in Section 12 was placed thero on State designating the at day of December 1801 Elm street Methodist church lout Satur- Â¬ His practice as an attorney In tho purose to fit just such cases as this and as the day on which such report shall be made WITH day and Sunday Do 8 X Hall presid Â¬ courta of the county has been crowned A l Skillman Cashier W II HowMm Director ing elder preached an elegant sermon with success and ho is rapidly climbing sighted tho council to a passage in the tho Cream of God llvor Oil KN Dlluv Director now constitution where It said that the --W O Smart Director on Sunday to u larj o and appreciative tho rungs of tho ladder that leads to fame with hypophosphitos en- Â¬ old Police Judges should not only fill Subscribed and sworn to before me byAlt audience It is just occasionally that we Hois a nice moral poclble young man riches tho blood purlflos tho Skillman Cashier the Jvth day of December I9yj CHAI HbKILIMAN havo 8Kh able men as Dr Hall to visit well qualified to fill the position to which out their unexpired term but they wero skin euros Anronila builds Notary Iubllc required to perform tho duties of the us ho aspires and wo take pleasure in recÂ¬ ofllce until their successors wero quali Â¬ up tho system Physicians tho A trial will coiivIhgo tho mbit ommending him to the serious conider fied In regard to section 14 ho said t von nvarKisiA ikoptlcHl tlmt c C C CortHln Eighth and Main Streets ludljrctfttn and Moinucti dlxinltr tain world ovor ondorso it atlon of our Republican friends The that It had reference to such ofllces from803to811- CoiiKh Curo U the groAteit as fiuowNM liioN nrrriinb only objection we have to him Is that he City Marshal City Attorney AHlMlcnkci nitfi per hrxtlo Uciitilnetia remedy oxtttHt for tho curo DMt be imM by Substitutes Pound WoJumr- - and crstMl red licet ou wripper r Is a Republican CroHPt Coughs With Auction and Private Sales Daily and Storage Four MontliB Free keeper eto as were propfdel for In this PrtpwJ bf Scolt Jk Hui N Y Alt Pnif Utt Cold decs Â¬ James M Lewis Coitliiielor X-- Builder THEBRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS GIOYERPORT KY Uflta will Dnvitl M Duncan a compositor In this IttlVU to night for foulnvllle to vielt ills blulliir Court ulitl hear SNAGGED All Is Well That Ends Well w HET X OUR xjL PPETITE Robert E Woods ATTORNEY WELX ER 1 LEE BISHOP GONSTABLR 1 iiVI 11 m JULIUS WINTER and CO I m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ P S Ncxt time you want Sour Krout try ours -n- Â¬ -- LaGRIPPE AGAIN 189 4 Â¬ iviini Â¬ Â¬ r- Â¬ H B F Beard Co tete-n-te- te Breckinridge Bank lj Â¬ L J89 4 Â¬ j 3SBsnS HARPER Â¬ Jf Â¬ Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ Pale Faces 11 avory thing Atty Â¬ Scotts Â¬ Emulsion IB TXTSEEJI jEie CO Crescent - Tobacco - Warehouse RAY Proprietors LUUloVILLL KY V10 w I 6 Highest of all i THK BREPKMRIDGE Leavening Power NEVWS GLOYERPORT KY E3T3I23nEE3 Latest U S Govt Kcroil MANITOBA GRIZZLIES MONSTROUS BEARS IN THE FORC3T3 BACK IN THE MOUNTAINS I ret Rome nt Thrill Tourr Sl Allots n Man am II Take Ncr til Ntiinil In 1 hut Treuirnilous Ilewiiro A Hunter Huvi il till llfn by IIoIiie n Circus Acl Zwm PSVbd Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE hundred friends nnd relatives piescnt After the ceremony they followed by n few friends and relatives repaired to tho WEDNESDAY JANtARY 3 1894 grooms parents where they found an elegant table with all that an epicure could CLIFTON MILLS wish After dinning they retired to tho parlor and were joined by many friends Wo need another lg mectlu in the way of J E Keys anil wife visited J M Fitch and passed the evening oft May they live a musical entertainment and wife last week to enjoy a lipo otd acu and look hack J W Parr and wife visited rclatixus at over the past and say with a clear con Custer during the holidays science that marriage is not u failure Edgar L Wheeler of Louisville visitAs a home lcmedy for throat and lung ed relatives hero during the holidays diseases Ayers Cherry Pectoral is invalMisses Tearl lknuclmmp and Gertrude uable Druggists now have Ayers Al Â¬ Cashtnan were visiting Mrs E J llenttcli manac amp last week A Silo Substitute II C Haddock was called to Owens A German farmers method of feeding week before the board of exam lioro last turnlia or mangolds is suggested to our iners on pension aHairs own farmers who nro not provided with W J Adkisson J M Fitch and A J silos by Tlio Hural New Yorker Ho Â¬ Dyer attended court last week as Jury- fed his roots in n box with three compartments in which tho cows feed was men in the Ilarned case soaked boveral days previous to feeding Sirocco we admire you and admire Tho box is built out of pine scantlings your Hights but methinks you sour so and 1 J inch boards with tho top and front open tho wholo divided into three high your wings get a little tired equal compartments each to hold an en The next grand jury will certainly tiro days feed for all animals space be have a rich harvest and it will be their ing calculated on tho basis of two cubic own fault if many tares are not gathered feet for each cow A three inch layer Of chopped hay and The young folks of this vicinity ns xemblcd at Mr and Mrs J V Carys straw is now spread evenly on the floor last Tuesday night and had quite a nice of the first compartment then follows a thin layer of sliced mangolds which party was Frank Speaks of Mooleyville over last week We are always glad to see Frank coming We know wo will have some fun Frank is a jolly old bach- Â¬ elor Our estimable fellow citizen W J Adkisson is talked of as an associate witli Henry Garner on thu twwwors ticket We will venture to say llenrv cant find SLllSTITfin lOH A SIIO a better Democrat have previously been mixed with the There are to many tlojH and- - guns in daily allowance of oilmeal and bran this county and not enough children at then another layer of chopped hay and school Alex Montgomery says the rea straw treading down firm us it grows up and setting in tho front boards us son he is in Congress is that lie thought needed When full a board covering more of books than dogs and guns is put on On tho eeconi day the next Mrs Mary Shell inaiij of near Union compartment is Mtnilarly filled nnd on Star who has been spending the winter tho third day tho last one On tho third with Mrs J M Fitch has returned day ho begins to feed from the first comThis has now become thor- Â¬ Mrs Shellman added many partment home oughly heated nnd has entered into a friends to her list during her stay here sweet fermentufion giving an agreeable L It Adkisson of Stephensport was odor to thu wholo mixture and tho avid Â¬ in our midst last week He tells us that ity with which it is consumed proves he instead of his brother Joseph will that it is relished be deputy on the Garner ticket for as- Ietms of Interest From All Over The sessor We term L It a good DemoState crat My wife had been helpless with rheuThu Hepublicansof this neck o woods matism for several weeks and confined to will go to Hardinsburg the second Mon her bed In less than one week after day in a Bolid phalanx for Sweet Owen using the Electropoiso she was able to be as their standard bearer for County Court out and go to church Clerk The Democrats are for Uncle J II Haynes Owensboro Ky Gid Since using tlTo Electiopoise I feel nt It is laughable to be at the county scat least JO years younecr G W Flint Skylight Ky on court day and see disappointment I believe the Electropoiso to bo the depicted in thu countenance of the pro fessional juror who has gone there and greatest invention of tho age Miss Mat taken his dinmr and horse feed in his tie MeNaiy Greenville Ky Tho Electropoiso has given perfect sat- Â¬ saddle pockets when thu sheritl passes him and catches an amateur on the jury isfaction in both cases one neuralgia Its disgusting to hear a man that thu other rheumatism and tho results didnt have the sand In his craw to have been perfectly wonderful Kichard enter either side of the late unpleasant Â¬ J Whelan Dardstown Ky Thanks to tho Electropoiso for what it ness croaking because some poor man who shouldered hisgunror the Union has has done for mo and my family It has been allowed a little insignificant pension cured indigestion nnd liver troubles besides giving almost immediate relief of ten or twelve dollars per month W E Willett Carlisle for toothache T II Hendersons friends aro urging Ky him to enter the race for County Clerk I have used the Electropoiso in my Mr Henderson posesses the qualities of a 71 years family from my mother-in-lafirst class gentleman Should hu enter old down to tho baby one year old with thu race wo think he will stand a good tho happiest results in all cases Several Â¬ chance of securing the prize Mr Hend of my neighbors have them and all well erson is a staunch Democrat Everybody should hnvo one pleased Humor says Tim Jordan tho biggest F M Callahnn Verona Ky Democrat in thu county will bo a canTo mo tho work of tho Electropoiso is didate for jailer subject to the action of a mlstery almost a miiacle ltov J I tho Democratic party Tim only weighs ltodgers Danville Ky Ui5 pounds and if successful tho jail will Tho Electropoise has cured mo ol If hu runs as well asthma nnd kidney trouble L Yocum have to be enlarged other places as ho will at home home Tuylorsville Ky body will hear something drop 1 am wonderfully pleased with tho School trustees aro warned to post Electropoiso and wonlil not be without themselves on tho new school laws in it for any consideration It has done a regard to buying charta and maps Be world of good for mo already Mrs ware of slick tongued citizens riding Jonathan lteld Knoblick Ky around in top buggies practising imposi- Â¬ Money could not buy tho Electropoiso They will toll you from mo It hns given my wife won tions on tho people that tho law compels you to buy them at derful relief from ltheumatisin C W once and ask you an extravagant price Wright Campbollsvlllo Ky for them Its all stun trustees have I regard tho Electropoise as tho won from now until September jl8t 1 to buy der of tho Nineteenth century My them and can buy them much cheaper wife though not yet well is bettor than if they will organize she nas been for fifteen years having Tho people rejoiced with Mr J L Hush been a constant sufierer and confined to when ho received a notification u few her bed with little prospects of ever days ago from his attorney at Washing- being out but is now up and about II ton City that ho had been allowed a II Woodward 1 lardy villo Ky pension of 12 per mouth under tho now The Electropoiso has done mo a great Mr deal of good Isaac Duncan Iuwisburg law dating back to Juno 11 1802 J tush is a worthy pensioner and it will Ky bo remembered that ho had his leg I think it is th greatest curative agent crushed near Stuphensport on the Ltli in existence Miss Heulay Dale Hussejl of May 1801 by a lump of Coal falling villo Ky from n freight train I am much pleased with my experi Tho beat Joke of tho season is on Wil ence with the Electropoiso nnd believe lie Parr and wife They as all good it in advance of any known remedy for pcoplotaku the News and they read in thu restoration of tho normal condition tho Clifton items of tho spelling match of tho system nnd it has been proven so on Thursday night and so concluded practically as well ns theoretically Dr they would go When they went In tho J W Clarke Augusta Ky house and fount Beau arounu came My house was a regular hospital until Jeems Tucker asking them if they had tho Electropoiso was placod in it A G whiz I NowHtim tickcta Willio eaya WhatGeo J2iJ Second street Louisville Tucker wy tliouLhtit was o spelling match show tho jpelllng bayaOhno ita n Tho restores It la ity andKlectropolut made wasted vital- Â¬ match was 1asCThursday night tho claims secured tick Â¬ ated Mrs O j liyraot aro not exagger Â¬ needlesa to say that Willio Loulnvlllo Ky ets and took in tho uliow and dedareH it AddribH DullOIS it WEIJIJ Norton Fair Tho Illock second only to tho Worlds corner Fourth and Jefferson I explanation of tho Joke is our items were street Louisville Ky j a week late ii C Certain Corn Cur Married at the residence of tho brides removes corns wiirln IiiiiiIihii December 25th Mr Owen mole ii cjillntMCM Wiit ruii father on lie v G W leil Hco tluif C C V Is blown Keys to Mias Adah Payne i TiiIj 1IO oilier fit Clair officiating There were about one III I1UTJ This is tho year and now is tho tlmo to 11UY USEFUL PRKSKNTM FOR CHRISTMAS Instead of spending your money frivolously BRECKENRIDGE ISEWS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SKI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fifteen years ngo said Georgo W Rae n Manitoba pioneer tho grizzly bear was so plentiful among tho Mani toba Rockies that tho Hudwn Day com pany annually secured many hundreds of their skins from tho army of hunters and trappers that had Its ruugo in that wild region but today this fiereo nnd ponderous beast nowhero so flerco or of such enormous proportions ns among tho Mnnltoba fastnesses is quito a rari ty in its old haunts nnd I doubt if ono can now bo coino upon without u diffi cult nnd tedious journey of nt least 100 miles into thu interior wilderness of tho province Tho grizzly has met with nlmoft ns hard n fntoiistlio buffalo although from tho nature and isolation of its present retreats and thu difficulties attendant on hunting and trapping for it tho grizzly bear liko tho Manitoba moose will never become extinct in that country I be lieve that tho moose although the flesh of 2000 of them is required to supply thu military stations in tho territory alono with fresh meat every year is ns plentiful today in its wild tot rents as it has been ut anytime since tho great inroads were begun in of fur nnd pelt Intuit the territory I know no reason why the grizzly bear of the Manitoba Rockies should grow m much larger than thu grizzly of tho saino mountains in tho States but u long nnd varied experience in hunting these animals in their respective localities lias No proved to mo that such is tho fact grizzly bear that 1 ever captured or that I ever know to bo captured south of Manitoba measured moro than 7J feet from miizzlo to tail or weighed moro Hut it was no un tnan 1200 pounds common thing in the palmy days of grizzly bears in Manitoba for tho hunter or trapper to bo confronted by ono of those monsters I feet in length and with n bulk of 1500 pounds or more I have seen Manitoba grizzlies that when they threw themselves on their haunches and rose erect towered fivo feet and six feet above mo nnd I want to tell you that it takes ii man with a largo quantity uud tho best quality of nerve to stand in that tremendous presence and prepared to do battle coolly nnd with ii level head Grizzly bears liko all tho rest of tho bear family hnvo tho curious habit of rising against u tree nnd reaching up as far us they can with their foro paws making marks in tho bark by digging it I hnvo moro than with their claws once come across theso measuring marks of a grizzly ns tho marks en thu bark aro called 12 feet above tho ground Imagine coming suddenly upon a beast liko that iu souio deep ravine or isolated spot almost impassable owing to tho down timber heaped and tangled on the ground nnd surrounded by rocks and Tho sight of his thick underbrush great jaws open mill red and his eyes flashing in fury at you from tho enor mous head that towers so far above you is something only to boappreciated when Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a iA QQ QXuO OA Overcoats CRASH CLOTHING Makes Prices so Low You can Afford to Buy for Poor Neighbor IN FINE BESSm KWJ33h 400000 STOCK TO SELECT FROM HALF OF IT BOUGHT FOR LESS THAN 50C ON THE DOLLAR For lliown Ribbed Cnssimero cut long in single breasted fly front style well made in every particular and lined with Twilled Serge cut from JS Double nnd Oxford nnd Hrown inixed Meltons cut extra length nnd with full back lined with neat chick wool lining 478 948 For All wool Black Cheviot Suits niado nnd trimmed as well ns any ten dollnr suit offered by other houses and neatly and durably lined cut from 10 For IIncBPun Suits bought at tho Fecheimer Co auction at less than GOc on tho dollar Fishel double breasted extra long cut Italian Cloth lining sewed with silk cut from 13 Childrens USEFUL IOlt Clothing 1 AT ASTOUNDINGLY LOW PBIOBS GIFTS KOIt Q AQ For t very handsome tiimmiug collar cut from il and velvet Mcn unci Hoys Ilttlc Children Chnrming Kilt Suits Dgre mont Short - lant Suits Norfolk or Box plaited Suits Santa Clans Wool- Â¬ en Waists Three piece Suits Snug lilting Umh rwear Shoes and Hats and Nice Neckwear 1348 i01 riclily lailoretl Suits cut in all the fashionable styles royally finished and trimmed equal in every detail to merchant tailors work cut from 22 820 18 For your selection fiom nn of Tivoll borate lino ISrown Hltte Olive and Ulack colors splendidly made in double ami single bieasted style in new cut with full back wool nnd sergo lining cut from SILVIO iJO in Heavers siO QQ of Suit of Clothes or Overcoat Neck wowr Superb lines A Stiitp Lovidv Tnrsdv OjiJg An immonse line of Clay Worsted Suits in Double f and single breasted Sacks and Frocks fashionably Oanes and exquisitely finished no better Suits old any- Â¬ Mufflers and Umbrellas where on earth for less than 20 to 25 Hats and Shoes Slippers Mail Orders Fine Kid Gloves Fur top or Fur lined Gloves Silk faced Suspenders Silk nnd Cashmere Handkerchiefs Shirts Silk most elegant lino of Overcoats for 1I I8 nnd up fine drcsKcrs-Sll-- M and lordly Ilsters nt 771 SIMS A 11 IS We have working Suits at lower prices and Dress Suits at higher prices enough to clothe the whole population Put us to the proof 1 Filled Promptly A Guess on the Burro with Every Purchase Mail Orders Filled Promptly KLEINHANS irfTT SIM0NS0N MAUKKT ST IIKT 4th and 5th MAMMOTE mmmmmm New Full Catalogue Now Keady SHOE AND CLOTHING KY COMPANY LOUISVILLE KLaWWWflTalgP niMK- THE POPULAR FAVORITE- - RATES K1S - ME GUM - Nearly Half a Million Cakes Consumed Every Week DPRITCHEY MANAOER NO GRIT NO DSRT That is Why Everybody Chews ii KIS JW Tf3 w - r J 0UI 8 YILLE KY 9 Â¬ on tho plains Manitoba grizzly bears were keen and persistent hunters of them When once seen When there were buffaloes ME ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON ging so Hint prices for them nro also out noDouy grndifos ir to tnem tor it very low Still many discouraged furm was fairly won Those who can nttend rrs continuo forcing their bheep upon tho Madison Square Garden horse show tho market anxious to get rid of feeding in Now York city in November will see them nnd eager to obtain a little ready Ottawa in all his beauty His sire was cash Lord Derwent II and in both sire Mid It would bo well if such farmers would dam is tho blood of tho most improved stop nnd reason a little before going any nnd approved hackney breeding further into bankruptcy for it can bo nothing else Tho great number of sheep Live Stock Points that havo been killed which wero for- Â¬ Southern New Mexico is developing merly kept simply for tho wool thoy proÂ¬ into a magnificent horse raising region duced will very materially rcduco tho It is true that irrigation is necessary but wool producing capacity of the country when the work of this is done and the for the nest year When manufactur- Â¬ vater supply is once provided it is there ers start up again thero will ho a deÂ¬ nnd there to stay An enthusiast who mand for wool but tho lessened number has begun tho business of breeding of sheep iu tho country will not bo able Cleveland bays In the Pecos valley deto supply tho demand Wool will con Â¬ clares it is simply impossible for ahorse sequently advance nnd also mutton to go wrong there The climate is dry sheep for every ono will want to keep and stimulating liko the best cham his sheep for tho wool nnd this will pagne so that It is almost as impossible draw from tho market many animals for a iiumau being to go wrong so fur that usually go to make up tho regular us his physical health isconcerned ns supply for a horse Those who havo begun Look nt it ns wo will wo cannot help horso breeding in southern New Mexico concluding that thero is a good outlook nro confident that in a few years their now for both wool and mutton It may district will rival California as a horse not como until after tho now year but country como it must It is true that these im Tho cross of proved conditions will bo partly tho re- Merino ewes has Dorset rams upon grade been found to bo n most sult of hasty actions of unwiso farmers Â¬ valuable ono Those who havo not sold out will profit ton lambs as for tho production of mutwell as full grown sheep tho expenso of tho foolish Uut it is Tho blood at of tho two breeds blends well thus in all business concerns Somo The Dorset lamb with bonis or withhouses get frightened in times of pressure nnd they try to closo out early bo out nppears to bo tho one that is going to foro times becomo hnrder They nro bo most in demand for b5th winter and afraid of failing Thoy sell out at a spring eating The rearers of market grent sacrifico what they have and como Iambs will do well to lay hold of this out with n little ready cash ou hand point It will be worth whilo next summer But those who stand by tho ship a short time often weather tho storm and find when sweot clovor is at its richest most that compensation isinade them through fragrant stnge for tioultry raisers to tho withdrawal from business of many make the experiment of cutting and curing it for tho fattening birds in winter rival houses Farmers as n rule nro inclined to get It may tnko tho place of red clover too much frightened ut the bigns of an which is chopped and soaked sometimes approaching pnuic If wo would all for poultry feed The exqulslto fra granceof tiesweetclovcrgreen ordried reason inor as tho buslnc men do that tho depression cannot last long nnd may lend flavor to tho meat nfter it has passed away times will bo better than before we would save many Rennet Hlpem Clieete It may bo mentioned that ihe cur nnxlous moments nnd livo u lumpier life dling principle used by the chescmakor Tho sheep Industry is subject to depres sions us every other business but on the seems to bo somewhat widely distrib wholo it is good sound and substantial uted iu nature among animals and E P Smith in American Cultivator plants and it is a common product of bacteria growth so that it is not neces- Â¬ sary to murder the wronged innocent The IrUu Hackney This horso with u chestnut coat like to obtain rennet iu fact tho majority of satin and nn oyoliko a beautiful woman our best factories in this province use prepared rennet cxtrncts which are more is Ottawa tho first prize hackney stallion ut tho Columbian ex Â¬ satisfactory than tho product obtained position Greater spirit foot and leg by tho old method of slaughtering the action intelligence nnd endurance are calves ami soaking the rennets or stom- Â¬ achs seldom combined in any ono horbo With reference to the rennet having Ottawa Is owned in IlowmanvilleOnt Our Canadian neighbors lmvo there- no effect iu converting the casein into fore snatched this prize from us digestlblo food and with all due respect to the authorities quoted I found last winter that rennet did have the effect of ripening the cheese This was not only my opinion but also that of experts who examined the cheese and who were not awnro of tho manner in which tho dif Â¬ ferent kinds had been treated Cheeses mado on tho same date and handled in exactly the same way as others except that an in created quantity of rennet was used wero pronounced ripe ntthe end of about threo weeks whilo the others in w hich a small quantity of rennet was IfMlMl TIT J VSv used wero considered green Profess Tl IT MKU or II II Dean of Ontario in Rural Now UI Yorljcr OTTAWA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ me a FREE Tills wimdurful romnilv Weak Memory Loss of Uraln Ruaranteed diseases such Rl uwnfuvftuiicuiii vuKuiuiiievs Lust maiiuuvu jyikuuj riuiftBiuas nervous liessall drains and loss nf powerlnaenerallveOritana of ellber sex causedÂ¬ b rover exertion youthful errors excessive uso of tobacco opium or stim ulants which load to Inttrmltr Consumption or Insanity Can ho carried In vest pocket VI per box o for HU by mall prepaid Wltba83 order we the m titev Sold brail IsrlTen wrlttenfffiarnnteefocurenrreruml drmrglsts Ask take no other WrtteforfreeMedlril Hook sent seali d iliiuKllAMIATirTBlTJr In plain wrapper font AddrossNEltVEBEEM CO JlanonlcTempleCuiCAUo yorsalelnCloverportKybyA It yiHHKKand by C C MAUT1N Urugglsts MAMUAnnnervous DrrcTADenr to cure as neuvij reeds - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a grizzly and n butfalo met thero was sure to bo a fearful contest although it beldom lasted long and tho buiTtdo was usually tho victim Tho buffalo bull when confronted by u bear would invariably charge ferociously upon its big and ugly foo This was just what tho bear desired nnd ho awaited erect on his hnuuehes the onset of tho buffalo As tho latter rushed forward with lowered head and was almost upon tho bear the immense grizzly threw himself quickly to ono side and with u blow ns quick as lightning with ono of his great forepaws seldom failed to break his antagonists neck A Manitoba grizzly has been known to engago iu rapid succes sion four and even fivo infuriated buffalo bulls and kill every ono of them sometimes happened though that a bull younger and moro agilo than his com- Â¬ panion succeeded in evading tho fatal blow of tho grizzlys terrible paw long enough to give in turn a deadly thrust of his horn into the benrs side puncturing his vitnhi nnd making tho contest n mutual slaughter In general characteristics of courso the Manitoba grizzly is not in any way different ffom others of tho family While I believe that it grizzly bear will sometimes wait and precipitate u fight with n man and tako pains to put him self in tho way of one iu tho great majority of cases ho will tnko a second thought about tho matter and back out A queer iustauco of this disposition enme to my knowledge onco where n famous Manitoba guido courageously advanced upon threo grizzlies nn old she ono and two hnlf grown cubs and by n series of ridiculous monkeyshines nnd acrobatic maneuvers within n rod or two of the threatening bears filled them with such astonishment nnd apparent fear that they retreated to the woods as fast as they could go Tho hunter s gun had snapped iu both barrels ho havingdrawnonthoold bear before tho young ones cnino upon tho It was in u fit of desperation scene that ho tried the turning of a handspring and jumping up and down clapping his hands and resorting to other uuhuuter Ho had been told onco like measures that n hunter had frightened a moun- Â¬ tain lion away by similar ubsurd move- Â¬ ments and ho found that it worked to perfection In tho ease of tho threo grizzly bears but ho never oven in tho fuce of that fact advised or encouraged uny ono to go hunting Manitoba or any other kind of grizzlies armed with noth ing moro tlum u capacity to turn groÂ¬ tesque somersaults New York Sun THE SHEEP BUSINESS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FREE FREE THB FREE V SI Lsouis 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