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HHpPHif iMqppppm mmtivHmmrHwwmmiMilim1 WMMcllslllMcwcMclccMMcWMclcWiiiWcM Ki wvHWKAtVjUu fAj i4mWM jjt - 4 a jt rTF7rninnnn IM III JfewBffffffJHBaOmSfflHi - IUJP ilftim - VWI f fjiifcVi LI1 nirimHHnBnlMinTMdK lijlantfif jjpf F r a -- 7 1111 idai lnmilltlj1r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVlIL CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1894 NO 25 -- A i stimulus and opportunity aro not likely to como to time Heaven forbid they seems to expand tho memhrano under a rather agreeable person renders tho exe-pleasurable iulluenco ns well oa under an cution of my design nil tho easier should Sho camo upon us as abruptly and It is rather singular by tho way that angry one Last night buforo going to bed I tried thbciTcttof thotoituiril upon neither of us three boys has over as an asteroid out of Infinite her It makes a Mft nnd soothing sound space thought of marriage John is now aWo had finished dinner moro much more so than tho ordinary flute than nn hour before and mother and 1 Fully able to please anyone who wishes to buy and getting set In his ways Tor his own eako as well as for tho familys he ought f aprini Ktincd to notice It at once wero sitting on tho vernnda enjoying tho not to delay much longer Father set though tho glass front of tho cagu inter- Â¬ evening breczo and fighting off an occa- Â¬ Sho cnino out from beneath her sional mosquito John I presume was his heart upon tho iierpctuation of tho vened Mainwaring lino in America and ho blanket nnd reared slowly up swaying hobnobbing with Tom tho groom in tho e built this great stono mansion and a lit tie from side to side I havo no doubt harness room Thero was tho sound of bought tho 200 ncres of ground on which that I shall bo able to perform all tho carrlago wheels far down tho drive nnd An American Story Full of the it stands with tho purtioso that It shoulu feats of tho Hindoo charmers with a lit ono of tho dogs barked Thero was no Hereafter I Bhall havo my moon nnd it was too dark to seo tho car- Â¬ bo our homestead forever But John does tlo practice If you dont want lo buy we will advise you not to visit us if you do you not seem to bo attracted by women or queen of cobras out of her cago on tho rlago until It was almost at hand Then will be compelled to buy for you cannot resist tho temptation ns our stock floor I wonder whatSiuflro will say to it turned out to bo a hack from tho vil- Â¬ Mystery of the East to attract thorn npart from tho fact is so complete with desirable goods at such lago railway station that ho is n millionaire I am not u mar her It Is moro than a week bytho way rying man cither I nover was so much It must bo somo perbon in nnswer to in lovo with any girl as 1 am with my sinco Sinflro arrived here Solittleoccurs my advertisement for a maid exclaimed You will bo bound to take a few of them iu in our monotonous round of lifo that this my mother in an undertone What STRANGE WEIRD FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE AND hATE cobra Henry is tho ladys man of tho famI am per Â¬ an extraordinary proceeding You must deserves to bo recoi dcd ily Ho was always cherishinga romantic event passion for somebody and had a scoroof haps the least inhospitable memberof our toll tho peoplo at tho livery stablo TOLD IN A NOVEL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF Gents tins Silk Suipenders A EranJ dliplay of Mens Neckweir Ldlei and Qenti household but even I had I been asked Frank nover to allow peoplo to como good chances of becoming a Benedict Silk Handkerchiefs Ladles nnd dents Linen Handworked Handkerchiefs EXCITING SITUATIONS oven before ho went abroad What ho 10 days ngo whether it wero possiblo for upon us In this way may havo dono sinco I know not But ho us to reccivo u stranger Into tho family I said Apparently tho person means is as flcklo as ho is impressionable and 1 and of all strangers a young lady should to tako tho place Her trunk is on bov Ibrary Lamps Swinging Lamps Dinner Sots Tea Sets Cruet Sets Chamber Sets doubt whether ho will over bring hlm havo answered Nol with promptness hind Mother Indeed is a woman Full of Virility and Dramatic Power Stiring and Effective Charming eelf to tho point of calling any woman and decision JPWaltr Sets Fane Chlnaware of all description That is sufficient mother rei Ills wife What a villainous niischnnco of tho world nnd profoundly versed in all I shnll not tnko herl and Exciting C3 It would Iw If wo wcro nil to remain social ctiquctto and behavior but sociMeantime tho hackinan had descendeO ety hospitality and cordiality nro ono from tho box nnd opened thocarriago childless and Cedarcliffo were finnlly to Ladles nnd Misses Muffs Faeinators Table Linen Napkins Chenille CoTers go to 6omo of our unknown English rel- Â¬ thing and tho perennial kindliness that door A rather tall femalo flgnro got What can you buy nicer for jour wife or daughter than a nice atives Thero Is Edward Forrcstal for makes a guest feel wholly and perma out At a sign from mother I went down THE READER FEELS THAT HE IS MORE THAN A SPECTATOR OF Instance my mothers brother Tho last nently at homo is quite mother thing tho hteps of tho veranda and met her I Sho is saw that sho was young und well dressed wo heard of him was 20 years ago when Now mother has many virtues May everyone havo n MERRY X MAS Is the wish from tho Ureal THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST Bargain ho married and was going to India Ho aristocratic dignified courteous elegant Sho did not look liko a person ftore high tempered headstrong and keen wit- OF THE PLOT IN THE UNFOLDING may havo u dozen children by this timo Aro you Mr Mainwaring she asked who would como in for a share of our ted Nay sho has strong directions too In n deep but very agreeable voico in n way of her own but I fancy her spoils I am Frank Mainwaring I said It would bo too bad Now that I havo got my cobra I in- Â¬ most partial admirers foremost among Did you wish to seo my mother BRANDENBURG KY A Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn I havo brought her a letter from her tend to mnko some experiments in snake whom is her youngest son would hardly charming I ought to succeed for I was characterize ner as a warm hearted brother refilled she and sho handed mo always fond of snokes and they never woman n sealed envelope teamed inlined to harm me I hopo to Tho perfection of her manners instead Do you mean from Edward Forre Notk I livve taken such liberties with this observer No animal has liner manners discover how tho cHects are produced of putting peoplo nt their ense os ierfect stal journnl in wiincd to me butt tulculaletl to pro Yes a more awful composure than this rudtoget nt something liko a scientific manners nro said to do makes them senMote the InttitfotH mill Hllniuluto thu Interest 1 Will you como up and sit down cobra of mine Human inuuiirchs have formula for It Thero must bo a further sible of their own comparative boorish of the nail it Mr Mnliin iirlni probably ilhl uso for serpents than has been yet reÂ¬ ness Tho faultless tasto of her nttiro preceded her up tho steps aud gavo tint write Willi a vlv to publication and ho the same power of life and death and tho iiften Imi turneil nslilu to treat of matters that after all is tho basis of their gran vealed Sinco tho timo of Adaiii thoy causes tho best dressed woman to seem letter to mother who must havo over Mhleh tlo nut belong to the eHmitfe story that heard what had passed and had risen to deur and fcerenity There is something aro reputed to havo dono much harm to dowdy This Is no fault of my mothers vim iluveloplnR tinder Ills innervation Such the human race but I beliovo that they It Is simply u matter of temperament her feet royal in tho nsject of outlaws anil des From Edward What can lassuitts have Kencrully been uxpuniri i ami III narrative inaile to iva l at much us poNtlble inav bo rendered ns beneficent ns tlmv of tho sphere as tho mystiu soeial phi Â¬ it be sho murmured Indeed we had Fire Life Accident Plate peradoes who do not hesitate to kill men Boiler Etc like an orilliiary Howl lolil In the llrt penxm f havo hitherto been hostile Probably tho losophers would term it Thero is some not heard from my undo for 20 years Vhere is only ono thing nobler than to Dti theother lianil thelo IxiiLerlaln leNurell ancients understood them better than wo thing about her that prevents her from Ueprcsent the following Companies Como in nnd sit down sho said to her destroy life and that is to create it tiess anil rlrcumstantlallty about Mr Main do and tho Asiatics aro still fur in ad uniting with others Sho lias mado this visitor in a somewhat agitated tone My own calling mi far as 1 can bu said 1 Wiirlnus Ktj lc anil he Kissesea a elie of ar tNtlc propriety and of ilrnmatle effect which to have one possesses neither of these vance of us in that respect But there gaino criticism on me and possibly with will read what you havo brought nnd Aetna New York Underwriters Agency luve been of Inlllllle hvnlte to IiIm editor I will stay hero until you have read advantages for although no doubt n may bo something that no ono has yet justice though I think that in my case Lancashire IiIm Journal rnulil Orient IIioukIi have Ixtii meant physician may often be fatal to his pa detected and I may bo destined to hit it is rather acquired than innate Well It returned tho other and sho turned on for IiIm ovwi reference or amusement ho Niagara Fidelity Casualty Co N Y njion it At all events it will bo some this unassailable mother of mine has en- Â¬ away refusing tho chair I proffered her termed lnMlnctlel In aim at a completeness tient that is not his ostensible business n I mj imiif try rarely met nltli In that species and us for creating life my science is thing to do and to think about and that countered tho exception that proves her and hiiue1 against a pillar of tho veranMutual Benefit Life Ins Co Newark N J of conilHwItlnii Veil rnrelv Imlrpil hvn I 1 of at mlo Sho has met who has elictcu nhlluwl to interim ale tacit not rnnxejed thero at ono with my orthodoxy Mor- is what I am In waut toumril present to ited her cordiality a person very genuino - da As she stood thero tho hackman np Officoat Breckinridgo Bank fchall get my Indian and set And a In lit text proached nnd nsked whether ho should tal man will never accomplish tho feat Fur ie icm a fe truiixiKiMlllons CL0VERP0RT KY downright kind of cordiality it turns out tako down her trunk liiv and llieren M rluil emendiillou and ikcii This patching and mending of woniout work tomorrow Not yet sho loually a chinie In the form of narration I despiso myself and my way of lifo 1 to be none tho worse for having lain so paid Meantime mother had gono into bodies can hardly bn called a respectablo niUT the limit of in Inlmm Of courhe I I think of nothing I do long in tho secret chamber of her heart iiu front drawing room whero thero lulchl hlinpl lintf used I lie malerialM at my omployincnt anil in the widest souse am nothing nothing a man who has never loved a Yet I should never have imagined that I as a light to read tho letter I said cimumnd to make up a regular lunel Hut It perhaps not u philanthropic ono Patched Metned In me that the elei of the tale una peoplo ilo not make good ancestors Med student who has mado no discovery a Siufiro was tho enchantress who would It a venturo If I had known you wcro mill h enluinceil by the fuel that the teller of It ical skill is the foo of posterity If I had physician who has nover earned his liv- havo tho key to that door Theio i3 for lomlng wo would havo mado preparat- Â¬ I lie chaiaclers In watnotonl hluiKlf oiieof my choice of a future incarnation I ions ing Peoplo say that I prescribo for So Â¬ b11 any ono can see absolutely no com It but did not know at the lime lie was tell But sho Interrupted mo should choose to be a central African I took my phie Stubbs and Mrs Ilodgo and charge t lunitj of feeling or experience hetweeL UK It what the next day or hour niLhl lirfnn forth He iiille iitiinieli In hh lie despot Chances sho said or a cobral What a change from them no fees out of benovolenco nnd uother and her It Is only 12 days leader can be and iIiiimh Hviupalh anil conll John being nt any rato n man is a less llnco I left England I brought tho lot relieving the aches and pains of Mrs that I ref uso wealthy p ents from prido ilence on the readers part are eHlablltheif er myself becauso I didnt wish to trust Ilodgo in tho villago and bringing Sophie that I may devote my timo to scien lemarkablo case but even ho outstrips which could not ol liens Im- - lie attained Dellb John has always seemed eralely planned nrllMlr siirprlMs are lost but Stubbs little baby through an attack of t to tho mails and it is all I havo to tific research But tho truth is 1 havo no I nticipation IhecnmpenKHtliiKiidvnnlnKcs are ample An croup Most overybody has it ihow for myself sense of human brotherhood I cannot lo mo tho ideal of nn English country Wc have an earthquake u inunler a thunderbolt an elopo At this point mother reappeared in tho There must bo an essential discord at breathe and hopo and work with my fel- i quire Ho would bo just tho mnn for mentaru Ktnrtllini enough In tlienelvea w lib infallible remedy in our My dear sho said in an un low men I am gradually getting be Â¬ Ii master of foxhounds a man nblo nnd iloorway Moreover I no longer tho bottom of my nature My temperaleil up lo out beltiK have either the time or ilic inclination to work ment seems to bo quiet methodical unnumbed out of existence every year Ev- willing to browbeat overybody to domi Â¬ tcrtaiu voico como hero whero I can Clothing and so cheap out an elaborate llctlon and am well content demonstrative retiring Peoplo find mo ery mouth finds my scopo of action and neer and bo choleric and yet to com Â¬ tee you Aro you nro you to let Mr Frank Maluwarlntt npeak for hlm Our Shoes possess comfort genteel mand tho hearty good will of all owing I am Sinflro said tho other advanc Â¬ sympathetic appreciative benevolent I interest narrower Yet I know that thero blf KuitoiuI ing with a certain statcliness nud taking is in mo tho power tobo great Oh for to their recognition of his unalterable am mado tho confidant of all manner of appearance and durability Well save my mothers hand In hers My mother CHAPTER I troubles and secrets It is my fato to bo some torch to kindle moiutoablazo nnd honesty and childliko kindness of heart John did not learn much nt school and wa3 strangely moved 1 caro not whether tho torch bo lighted you doctors bills and mako you com- Â¬ Sho gavo an in 1 The cobra arrived yesterday Juno 2 nn adviser and a mediator Though I had provlonsly Imd a cage made for her was born four years later than John and at the higher or the nether tire I sit nud ho camo to an untimely end in college orticulato cry drow tho girl into her fortable and happy if you make your adjoining that occupied by the rattle- two years after Henry yet am older in read tho nowspajwr to my mother when but where I made ono friend ho mado arms and kissed her It seems that her twenty and his truest friend was tho brother my uncle Edward was dead 1 I might administer laws to a nation winter purchases of Doth cadis have pinto bottoms my ways nml external feeling than either snakes Â¬ Ho had died iti Loudon leaving very lit- iiard wood Hides and are glazed in front of them In this my twenty eighth year counsel my brother in tho care of his es- Â¬ one to whom at tho outset of their actato when 1 might direct tho policy of quaintance lie administered tho most tlo property and n daughter his only with plataglass which can be lifted on jny character appears already fixed an empire I investigate tho physiology terrible thrashing John loves eating surviving child His wifo had died years grooves like a window when necessary And yet I mn never without u misgiving The partition but ween the rages is pierced that this is not my real self that the of seriients when I might solve and de- Â¬ and drinking ns much as any man but before Thero was no ono in England ho would starvo himself for a week on whom ho had any claim ho had lived by a small door which can be opened or genuino Frank Mainwaring has never clare tho secret of earthly immortality rather than dock his inaro of a peck of upward of 15 years in India aud ho was I am a pygmy when I could bo a Titan Tho Tho yet been revealed I am asleep closed by a cord from tho outside Is this iusauo vanity I think not It is oats or his dog of a biscuit troubled in mind us to liis daughters f U- whole affair is fixed at the side of tho hour of my awakening lias nover struck John has absurd undemocratic theo- Â¬ turo Of course it never will strike This not that I that my private unaided 6elf room opposito the north window and has from us Monoy is what wo want and to my thinking at least quite a fine ap- perception of latent possibilities is no is great but that I cannot rid myself of ries and fancies himself tho sujierior of tho conviction that I was born to be tho every ono ho meets because ho is tho heir doubt common and the practical realipearance Â¬ well save you about 25 cents on every of tho Mainwnrings but thero is ono per My new guest was rather rcntless at ties of lifo gradually obliterate it I am instrument through which somo great son beforo whom ho humbles himself dollar you have to spend if you como to first and kept rearing up ngalust the an observer and a student but 1 have result shall bo accomplished I cannot and is English groom in his sta- Â¬ glass and exploring every comer of her never attempted to control circum- Â¬ cscapo u premonition that I am destined bles that tho John would faco a dozen footpads us right now No man or woman who habitation Toward evening she quieted stances My nets have been obedient not to render the name of Mainwaring for with a of trust and would probably down and swallowed some food that 1 aggressive I have taken relief in imag- Â¬ over famous But such premonitions nud get tho heart of them over compared our goods and prices with presenco 1 best but In tho cherish I do not gavo her with nn air of good fellowship ination but that will cool in time I convictions though a petticoat an cmboidercd ono at those of others has over yet failed to buy that promises well for the future I am only wish tho whole thing did not seem boliovo thoin Thoy nro what aro inmost of his big voico sinks to a quaver and fomf of her nlrcady I think thero is so liko playacting I fancy I should in me yet 1 laugh them to scorn I know least of us Wo know what wo aro talking a rumblo nud his haughty glanco quails that no change will come no kindling moro in hor than in the rattlers Not liavo been better being what I am no enlargement and nevertheless all and falls In view of this latter fact it poison perhaps btlt without that 50000 that my fathers necessarily more about and so will you if you will only will gavo ino I ought to have had tho that preserves me from total spiritual would not havo been surprising if Sinflro moro dopth of character a strango oritake tho timo to call nnd investigate for wholo estato or nothing Henry did very death fa the secret assurance that tho who does wear an embroidered one had ental charm and sho is certainly as put him to flight but her distinction conhandsome a roptilo as over carried deatj well with his 50000 At least his desire iuiossblo will occur Well if I prove sisted in having inspired him with a now yourself great in no other way I shall provo my Â¬ always was to roam about tho world in hor fang and his bequest has enabled him to do self tiw greatest of fools But at least 1 spirit In virtue of which ho Is rapidlyÂ¬ it all these four years sinco father died will keep my folly to myself I may emerging from barbarism into civilizaBut Henry is as different from mo from whisper It to my queen cobra my Sa tion Instead of talking with a hostlor and both my actual and my possible self as prani perhaps for sho will not reveal it a brother could bo Ho Is a restless law- but unless it go far indeed it shall go no roaring out an oath when his humor is crossed ho attempts polito conversation less Bohemian unconventional in thought farther God bless him nnd courteous irony inand act mysterious unaccouutablo lov CHAPTER II stead of drinking himself crimson after Jc can bo happy able and a genius have Lrounht her n letter from her I havo inexcusably neglected Saprinl dinner ho limits himself to six glasses anywhere for ho enjoys oven ids miserbrother replied the ies No one can help herving him for the last 10 days but sho seems to flourish and every ouo a toast instead of start Â¬ Then ho thought of his sister who had ing off betimes in tho morning on nlono no ono can help liking him For my notwithstanding and has established a married and gono to America oild ho part though not of n gushing disposi- coniforfablo basis of Intercourse with tho iy hunting or horseback expedition ho Bolved that his daughter should go ro to HARDINSBURG KY tion I inn ids willing slave whenover he rattlesnakes Sho is really a magnificent dawdles anxfously about tho veranda In hor America would bo a better plaeo a comical anxioty to secure In not too for her is within reach of me and 1 havo actu Â¬ creaturo black as jot nearly 0 feet long than Europe ally pined for him during this long ab- with a row of golden spots down each glisÂ¬ barefaced a mannor tho monopoly of was so littlo monoy nt especially as there her disposal He companionship This bright gold I tening sido Cousin Sinfires patines of sence wroto on his deathbed tho iettor which or- Â¬ call them Sho is beginning to recognizo would bo less remarkable wcro John As regards John it was another matBho had brought us In which ho had rec Â¬ ter He is tiie eldest and as father saw mo I think and when I approach her with dinarily susceptiblo but I can vouch for ommended her to his sisters enro She English prejudice of a saucer of milk she sometimes rears up It that every good looking girl within a Is able to take her own part fit to maintain the in tho her head and expands that curious mem radius of BO miles has been tried upon primogeniture in fact father always world tho letter Bald Sho wlshoa no remained English to tho coro though brano at tho sides of tho neck It has him with tho result only of putting him moro than I to be a burden on you Bnt must the last IM years of his lifo wcro passed two black circles marked on it Sho to flight Cousin Sinflro therefore you will know what things a girl liko her wield somo spell unknown to tho com- may nnd may not do in in America and though he spoke of tho great repub- Â¬ mon run of young ladles thought of himself as an himself and lic and I mn assured that my sister will Indeod I nin myself not inscnsiblo to out and out Yankee wo were always idvlso my daughter wisely nnd for her AKING STOCK nnd wo find that our business a peculiar quality in her which I can best good My me auctt was rnthcr restless at first trained to regard John us tho future Such was tho sum and sub for the past year has been reasonably good even to many or conceive tobo very attractive Tho rattlors by tho way seemed to bo head of the family and in some sort Btanco of the uiessago tho girl had better than wo expected For this wo are thank- to most peoplo Sho is pretty but it is brought jiwaro of tho presenco of their nolghbor of another flesh and blood than wo not that Sho is intelligent but it is not fill to our many customers who havo so noblv Though a generous and very affectionate and showed sotno agitation especially TO US CONTINUED that And sho has high animal spirits Btood by us W0 start off with tho Now Year de Â¬ in the region of tho tall They secmod fellow John was naturally overbearing aud gracoful vivacity but neither is it Hoods and Only Hoods termined if low prices and fair dealing is any In- Â¬ tnoro alarmed than irritated however and peremptory and his position would if I can specify No and I doubt those I respect I supposo they wcro awed by tho superior tend to develop these traits ducement to make it moro Interesting to oar cus- Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparllla Is carefully prepar Â¬ precisely what It is Yet 1 should bo genius of tho queenly Indian Dnt it is him and something more but I care most tomers than Over beforo to trade with us Our ed from Sarsaparllla Dandelion Man nbio to uhalyzo her If anybody can bo for Henry And I am inclined to Buspevt part of jny plan to see how they will be causO toward her ns toward tho rest of drako Dock Pipslssswu Juniper ber Â¬ I Is mothers favorito too that Henry liavo to one another bo this morning mankind I occupy tho position of nn ries and other well known remedies by 1 Tho though sho never confessed as much and opened tho door in tho partition outslderanddlspasslonato observer mere- Â¬ a pecular combination proportion and rattlers Instead of coiling themselves In is too aristocratic in her Instincts to ad Of Overcoats Heavy Suits Jeans rants Boots and Contentment and happineu ly Moreover I havo a motlvo for mak Â¬ process giving to Hoods Sarsaparllla losltlon slunk about at full length and mit it even to herself ing tho analysis that in my rolo of gen- Â¬ Shoes tho prices of which will surprlw you We Perhaps I wonld better havo taken a aro only possiblo with perfoct health sat got under the blankets Tho cobra r3yr The rapid advancement in medical eral caretaker of tho family I must de- Â¬ curativo powers not posessed by other Intend that thoy shall uiovo if low prices aro any quiet for a time as If she were contein loaf from Henrys book and havo cut sciencq now permits the preparation of termine whether or not sho Is a fit and medicines It oflecta remarkable cures Inducements Dont spend a dollar until you see plating tho situation but at last with a looso from tho family homestead and Bet medical compounds whoso uso is a proper person to become Mrs Mainwar- Â¬ when other preparations fall Blow and graceful movement and head up for myself when father died I think what we havo to offer you Como and boo It Is guarantee to success Ono of tho best ing ami thus to relegate mother to the erect she slid through tho opening and I should have dono so had I been loft to known and most popular at tho present better to see than to bo told A New Peach position of dowager for thero is no cage She was like a queen myself But mother was accustomed to into the other day is Dr Fenncrs Kidney and Back Mr D L Talbot ol ElliabothtownKy among her subjects and hor subjects my ministrations and John could hardly acne Cure So certain is it to bring doubt that John will marry hor if ho and aftor making all duo allowance never bo much as rattled She dually havo dealt alone with tho mutton conseprompt and permanent relief in all can a waywardness of a maidens fancy has originated a Into Octobor peach that Is pronounced by experienced horticul Â¬ made herself comfortable in their blank- Â¬ quent upou his accession And to confess kidney and bladder complaints femalo for weaknesses gravel lame sore or ach Â¬ it would not do to build too confidently turists to be tho finest late peach on et and it did not seem to occur to tKin the truth I am indolent I lack ambition Of her rejecting a I lack u motlvo If tho opportunity or ing back as well as in all blood dis- Â¬ on tho probability to retaliate by making free with hers earth It Is a beautiful cling seedling Â¬ generous hearted fine looking infatu i am never tired of watching those tho stimulus came I liko to fancy I might eases skin eruptions scrofula swell fine size and dropsy headaches ated yautB fellow with 00000 a year to eating peach color and a moht delicious Inbo something in tho world If for ings dyspepsia do or mysterious animals The power of Mr Talbot has a small sense of woarlnew or drowsiness gtv his fortune At all events I shall make stant death is a fascinating thing to instance i instead of John had inherited that it has long been sold money re- Â¬ number of trees now ready for setting my business to Improve my acquaint- Â¬ which ho has reduced in price from one meditate upon It gives dignity to its Ctsdnrcllffo and 00000 n year But since funded If satisfaction not given Could It n order to do that both John and Henry anything be fairer Costa nothing to ance with her and the fact that she evi- Â¬ dollar to fifty cents each and U ready to possessor a dignity which U inherent dently regards mo as an inoffcuslvo and fill orders at orcov KY imagination of the must dje before me and unmarried my try It Take a bottle home to day jig tjerfved from the t iSiiinf ire ti and serli-ns-l- Here We Are Again X - - Romance MAS PRESENTS XjCtw UPrices Â¬ Â¬ Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps s Â¬ ri Sills 3E ufLers ooas XDzess Â¬ CLOAK Geo Yeakel Co CHAS B Â¬ 0 T SKILLMACT Glass Bonds Â¬ INSURANCE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I HUppi-ir-- i Have You tie drip Â¬ Â¬ warm-cotnfort-ab- lo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 71K 1 Clothing Shoes Â¬ wvw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Happy lew Year I KAYE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOBEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We are Through Â¬ T Jl jrrand Clearance Sale Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jacob Meyer BIG SPRING 1111imimwjH IWE IWt THR BREGKENtllDGE Breckenridge Jno D V Nt MRS onOVRRPOlter EKRON Mr a M Wrutheria visiting his son at Irvington Mr T M War Held of Ceinentvllle I nil ppent Christmas nt home Mr K A Guedry with his crew ol twenty left last Tuesday for tho south MliwA L Dougherty nf Unlontown visited her sister during tho holidays Mr Gus Warfleld of Brandenburg visited his uncle Dr Warfleld Sunday Mr T Cox and wife visited his parents in Breckenridge county lost KlV nU News 10 1891 BRANDENBURG Will Cunperko GLENDEANE Â¬ STEPHEN3PORT Miss Annie Niirvett went to Lodlbuig WEDNESDAY JANUARY 0 Bsbbsge Editors and want homo last Sun day Froprlatn 9 -- I Mall Li A T Local Time Card rolog East Mrs sick Win Mel u tyro has beeu quite Fli Deatie Is In Owensboro I G KobTlson in in Onensboro C W Denim went to Louisville Sunday Mon- FW T5Cr anJ Kipreu Iralght Miss Georgia IoIkiIpoii bus teturned to lynuliiud college - 2 Miss Lutlo Moorman lias returned to boro last Thursday her school at Howling Green FOR COUNTY JUDGE urday and Sunday Mr John Ashcraft did not qualify for are nulhorlred to announce- HIIJA1I James Kishop the popular shoo drumAV fit Mr and Mr Frank 11 Ijicy returned IIOAItl ain candidate for Count Indue marshal and the town trustee appointed subject to the action nfthc Democratic party mer was in our midst Inst week to their home in southern Ky Sunday Mr K Hondurant in his stead week Kara authorized to announce JOSKIll M J I Owen who lias been vo y ill for They had been called home on account Genus homo nnd genius homo are the past week is slowly Improving MULLEN a candidate lor County Judge Dave Henry and wife of Muldraugh ot the illtuss of her brother Joe Fug ubject to the action of the Democratic party two widely different words Bert More spent Christmas with Mr nnd Mrs B J Miss Carrie Owen has returned from n lish O HAIL V II TK are authorized to announceCounty Judge men conies in for both though YY HACK al a candidate for Mr Jacob Hiinly and family of Ixuis Carrlco plensant visit to the Fulls of Hough uhjcct to the action of the Democratic party Miss Kiln Dowden will tench a spring Little Joo Tw i by Four was circuville are now iu our midst as they have C W Moorman of Cioverjiort is the school at the Masonic Hall Mrs II F FOR COUNTY CLERK moved on a farm near here lie is a son lating among friends here during tho guest of Dr T O Moormnns family holidays IirK are authorized to announce JOHN D Willctt at tho West Hill school house of Thos Hrinly of tho well known Ilfln 11KKIKU as a candidate for County Court WE THINK ly plow manufacturing Co Louisville Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Tho Hoard of Supervisors was in session Mr Tom Brown of Paynesvllle pass Â¬ Thnt Butler Is in the ring Messrs J W Jarrett Andrew Craw Â¬ ed through town last Tuesday enrouto to last week Mrs Hiatal included them That W C Moorman is a professional ford V II Millerand Prof Owen Clin Louisville FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR in invitations to dinner New Years day to announce IIKNIIV C ITTK are authorizedHudson nlughnm went to Hardlnsburg Monday Miss Katie Hurkhart was one of many masher Mrs Tom McCans and children who asa Candidate for OAUNKK of Assessor subject to the action ot the Democratic guests who sat down to a royal dinner at That Vcmia Moorman is sighing for to attend tho funeral nnd burial of CI P spent Christmas witli her parents at party Deputies Mr ludwell Adklswn Me Jolly of whoso death wo were surprised Littlo Bend returned home Wednesday Mrs James liolands on New Years day bygone days phcniiort and Itobert Owen Hock Vale That V G Habbage and It W Owen nnd regretted to hear as his was n good The scholastic birds liavo flown back Mr Andrew Carrico who is teaching FOR FOR JAILER and useful life now ended to their respective perches till the sum- are sure winners school at Long Branch and Elsio Ilicker STUAKT IITK are authonred to announce J for Departed this life Wednesday Jnni Jailer of mer season brings them again fir a longDeJKIlNKTTKaaa candidate That Joe Howard is soon to sail upon son at Willow Dale spent the holidays llrcckcnridge County subject to the action of IF0I Joseph Knglish 18 yrs son of Mr er vacation the Democratic pirty the matrimonial waters nt home and Mrs II 8 Knglish of Roberts Hot Messrs Geo Iyddan Kobt and Jess As I try to gather my scattered senses That Jim Deanu wants 500 yeailing toin after sulferihg many weeks with ONS MIN 1 1 fK are authorized to announce a a candidate for Jailer of IlrnckeurldKC Herudou Will and Albert Ashcraft were heifers at a reduced price rheumatism Joo was a good christian and place them on paper I think what a the Democratic county ubject to the action of all on band to lend additional attractiveparty That Vie Robertson s quite a fn quent boy having been a consistent member blessing it is that Christinas comes only ness to the Progressive Topic visitor up at the Heights of the Baptist chinch here for five years once a year After a weeks dissipation FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Mr and Mrs John Wimp of Irving That JefTOwen is soon to accept a nnd was ready and willing to go when ho I find that I have very little energy for to announce It X Mil AYTV are authorized for was cnlled to cross the dark river nnd anything moro than sleep And when I IKit oi Cloverport sis a candidate the ton were at Mr K Wimps last Tuesday position as clerk at tho Mt House Count Attorney sunicci 10 the uftlon of gaze around at my associates I find I night to attend the double wedding at Hepublican Convention to lie held in Dunlins- That Jim Deane is soon to wed one of enter his spiritual home nnd hear his have plenty to keep me company Judge Woolfolkson Wednesday burp on Monday Iebruary 11 S master say You hno fought n good Â¬ Gh ndeanes most accomplished daught I noticed iu my last letter where tho Messrs Geo Frymlie 1urdy nnd ers fight you hnvii finished your course you K arc authorized to announce JIISSlI It as a Candi KSKIUIHiK of HirdiiiliurL I John T Ditto were largely in the major Â¬ have kept the faith henceforth thcro is proof reader read my copy as lie ran date for County Attorney of Ilreckenrlclgc counThat Vic Robertson will exhibit bis think in tho run you must have dropped ity at the dance Tuesday night at Mr laid up for you a crown of righteousness ty subject to the action of the Hepublican Confino match horses iu Howling Green at tention February iz lSA wedding halo encircled Geo Xeafus Joe though but a boy lived such n life It and waited for the next race as it was nn early date The train ran know them you as to be an example to Ills family and left over for one week Kiom another correspondent many friends Ho leaves parents three by with it and it came racing in here January third dawned auspiciously J T F Owen has returned from Cal- Â¬ brothers two sisters and many relatives ttie day after wo had run the paper oil and tho adage Happy is the bride the houn Oh they nro wise nnd friends to miss him nnd love bis Proof reader sun shines on was verified Tho nup- Â¬ Who atlvt rtiso W J Deane haj returned from LouisOn Monday we wcro invited by Mr E memory They have our sympathy in tials of tho Frymirc Wimp Woolfolk In winter BriiiK ville their loss--btis his gain Joo lias A Guedry and his wee wifeyv to parWoolfolk were brilliant iu every detail And fall MifsSallie Dean is quite ill with ty- hut gone the way we all must go lie lake of a Christmas dinner Monday The happy couples are oil for a tour Hut wiser yet phoid fever has but passed through the Valley of night we attended a misletoe party at Otir young friend Stuart It Young has Are they you bet Tuesday night J M Owen is expected soon to visit Shadow His soul has but crossed that Mr Taylor Bashams sympathy in tho loss he has re- Â¬ much Who never let up his mother dark river of death that will come to us wo surprised Misses Mattio and Jennie cently sustained Imperially that of his At nil Wednesday night was spent 15 Soontr or later the Roberts G Hiiheilson has returned from all sooner or later valuable silverware precious gifts from doubts and the dangeis ull will be over finite pleasantly at tho home of Miss Owenshoro Iirr Congress rnrry out the Dcino his lamented mothciyas well as souven Shacklett Thursday night nt Dr War trutie platform to the letter mid the peo ires fiom other members of his family Iev Kutlcdgc tilled his appointment forever and aye sooner or later will fields Friday night we spent one of tho jravel wornsttangeis enter the home nt ple will he satisfied Vote for your favorite correspondent nt Goshen Sunday to a crowded house the end of tho way Tis but n little most pleasant evenings at a dance given to tho Messenger C V Uobertsons physician has pre- Â¬ Certainly all have while n few more years and all will be by Miss Lillie May Shacklett at her beauThe Hon Wesley Crow late represen- been faithful racy and newsy but its scribed Mountain nir and scenery us the over On tho folowing day his remains tiful home On Sunday wp dined with He human nature to have a preference only pinacea for his many ills tative from Ohio county is dead were taken to Union Star fori u ial where Dr nnd Mrs Willctt in their hnppy little was sixty five years old Why should Frank and Ihilas think of Ixst a fine largo mustache Finder n very touching nnd impressive sermon home It is useless to say wo did justice 1 enjoy their letters stopping and will bo liberally rewarded by returning wits preached by his pastor H A Copass to tho cxcelent dinner prepared by tho Some of the moro enthusiastic Demohope they will continue My friend II same to V W Moorman Glendeane best half of the family Those present crats in Indiana nro booming Daniel W W J will surely come again and I hope Ky ANOTHERMURDER were Mesdames KobertsBruner Richard- Â¬ Vorhees for President In lSHi in triumph K L Robertson has withdrawn from Jim Muldoon and Reynolds Bulling- son Mrand Mrs Shacklett Misses Mattio Rro Cherry preached a fine sermon the race or County Court Clerk but we nnd Jennio Roberts Lena Willctt Essie ton Kill James R ach at Tin trouble with the Democrats in last Sunday on Homo Government and Bertie Hruner Lillie May Shacklett he May be a ctudidat fir mat- Â¬ Falcon get down to busi Â¬ Hes a line reasoner and n deep thinker think Congress is they dont Hattlo Warfleld and Rev Arthur Wil rimony ness Let them do something and do it Hy tho way be disapproves of tho Aid News has reached this city that James lett Wilbur Willett S J Brown nnd W C Moorman was heard to say tho quickly Sq it is to bo presumed they Socials other day Oh to be a child ngain that Muldoon and Reynolds Bullington killed your scribe Sunday night there was win cease as ms congregation will cer-Â¬ I might enter the primary department of James Itoach at the Falcon coal mines in preaching nt tho school house by Rev Mit Montgomcryour representative in tainly not go contrary to their ministers Hancock county last Sunday night Arthur Willett His subject wns the dy- Â¬ the Glendeane academy Congress and a member of the Ways nnd wishes He proposes a literary society The repoits as to the facts in the case ing of the old year and the birth of tho A new star new pay new company Means committee does not favor nn in Â¬ Tho Progressive Topic paity on New and everything new will appear at the are meagre but it seems that Muldoon new come tax Years night given by tho Misses Lewis Glendeane opera house the last of Feb- and Hulllngtoii had twogallonsof whisky FIRE at HENDERSON stolen from them and they accused proved to be one of tho most enjoyable ruary It will ccitain bo novelty to Iloach of being the thief A fight Thk people want Congress now thnt it entertainments of tho holidays among After attract the people Dollars are scarce iu Con- Â¬ is in session again to get down to busi Â¬ the subjectsjvero discussed according to Glendeane and few in the pocket but the three men was the result and Roach Johnsons Large Drag Store and ness Pass the Wilson bill nnything to cards a dainty luncheon was served in tents are Destroyed was struck on the head several times those who for that reason remain away give them relief Last Tu sday afternoon fir j broke out the daintiest most approved style A from the concert aro denying themselves with a hatchet receiving wounds from Cos large drug theefiectof which he died it few hours in W S Johnson number of visitors were present to meet an artistic treat Mit Wilson the fratner of the much Miss Hush and Miss Carrigan nfterward As to which ono of his ns- - store in Henderson nnd before it could discussed Wilson tnrill bill comes from a sailauts used tho hatchet could not bo be extinguishld tho building with nil Tho labt dance of tho season took place town in West Virginia with a population Any one in posession of J5 cents can learned The Hancock olllcers are after its contents was completely destroyed on Tuesday night at Mr G I Neaftis of a little mora than two thousand go to the nearest dealer iu medicines Muldoon and Hullington but ns yet the incurring a loss oi about S 15000 residence Society tho somewhat weary nnd procure n bottle of Salvation Oil nnd Tho firo originated by ono of the turned out for a farewell whirl The bo cured at once of rheumatism neural- murderers have eluded them All the Thk New York Herald says an income men are miners and former residents of clerks going into tho cellar to draw room was large music entrancing and tax in this country of any sort is odious gia or any pain or ache some alcohol Ho was carrying a lamp Victoria and will bring odium upon any party everybody enjoyed tho grand finnle and the alcohol became ignited This GONE UP INFLAMES Mrs Xeafus lias had la grippe but sho blind enough to impose it The Herald frightened tho clerk and he fled back up RAYMOND so much enjoyed tho scene of gayety wo is right Tho Worlds Fair Buildings Take Fire the stair all hope it may prove a lasting benefi The fird Boon spread among some bnr Clifton Mills correspondent we are in And Millions of Wealth are cial tome Tiikkk aro more than three hundred rcls of coal oil and benzine aud before it tliiB week Swept Away Prayer meetings to bo held at tho thousand commercial travelers in the any thing could bo dose to extinguish Mr Herbert Head of Kosctta is visit- Â¬ United States It is estimated that resiliences of tho members of tho M K ing friends nnd relatives iu this neigh- Â¬ Fire broke out in the Music Hall of it or snvo the stock the entire building these expend 1000000 a day in hotel church aro suggested by Hro Cherry borhood this week tho Worlds Fair buildings Monday was wrapped in Haines Long years ago in memory I hear the bills nnd railroad fares At one time it was thought the entire W Hoard and boys Master night nud tho result is tho most disas Â¬ Mr J voices of dear Mrs Win Fairleigh Mrs block would bo destroyed but by hard Harry and Xorris visited relatives hero trous confl igration that tho city of ChicThinos aro looking up in Cloverport Walker Mrs Hicks and aunt Jennie ago has known since her almost total work tho fire was confined to tho single Stuart in prayer meetings assembled this week lUiainess is reviving money is plenty building Tho Evansville fire compan- Â¬ 71 Mr Hob Parr was the guest of Mr J destruction in nnd wo nre getting into tho swim of the Thursday afternoons at tho members Tho ihiines soon spread to the Peris ies were telephoned for but the fire was good old times fast Wo liavo faith in houses Their mantles have fallen on F Claycomb and family Friday tylo and Manufacturers building Stored extinguished beforo they arrived Mr and Mis Bloom Parr visited rela in tho Manufacturers the future especially in the future of other faithful souls in Zion ready to Tho grocery stock of J L Lambert building were attest His goodness tives at Preston last week Cloverport n jxt door was considerably damaged py twenty thousand cases of goods ready for I notice so many correspondents al the Mr and Mis Joo Kruncraud daughter shipment representing millions of dol- Â¬ water The house destroyed wns owned close of tho old year oiler apologies and by George Lyne nnd the stock by W S Thk idea of a city with the population Velma visited Mr Sam Still Friday All were destroyed lars At two forgiveness for any offense given I Co and progressiveness which Cloverport ask Mr Henry Cashmau went to Clover- Â¬ oclock yesterday morning the sceue was Jonson believe my conscience is like a white claims wanting her Mayor to serve a week raging hell of fire and tho labors of port one day last a The persistent cough which usually sheet in that respect 1 have dealt whole year for the pitiful sum of - is pungent personalities inuendoes in no The party at Mr Willie Heads Fri tho firo department were having little follows an attack of the grip can bo per- Â¬ tlou ridiculous Give tli Mayor a reason It was thought ihat tho Govern Â¬ manently cured by taking Chamber bio Intendcrs but have ever endeavored lay night was quite n hucicss and enjoy Â¬ ellect able compensation in amount in keep ment building would go and it was Iains Cough Remedy W A McGuire by nil ed ing with th responsibility and dignity to steer clear of reefs and shoals If I La Grippe left Messrs Iigo nnd I arken Gibson of hard to predict wherp the tiro would of McKay Ohio says liavo written opinions and convictions of liisollico After using Cloverport attended tho party nt Mr finally stop Thousands of men were at mo with a sovero cough which huve been misconstrued still Im work trying to removo exhibits bat ljt soveral different medicines without re- Â¬ not responsible for ones own interpre- Â¬ Willie Hends Friday night KULitoAii construction in the United lief I tried Chamberlains Cougli Reme Â¬ Miss Maud Peters and brother of Con- tlo or nothing was being saved States during 18il was -- 000 less in mile tation thereof mid am not guilty Xot a dy which effected a permanent curo line a word a sentence hits been indited cordia spent X mns week with their ABERN ATHY STITH nto than the two years previous nnd save I have also found it to bo without an cousin Miss Lilly Avitt in friendship Miss Mamie Bello Stith daughter of equal for children when troubled with smaller than any year since 1S7S From Misses Jano and Corn Hendry visited Politics and things politicial am having tho number of roads that have gone into Mr and Mm Win J Stith was married colds or croup 25 aud 50 cent bottles Misses Vina nnd Sallio Haskett last week I hear that several of tho hands of receivers during tho past an early impetus to Sir John Abernuthy of Oklahoma tho present incumbents holding county Mr Hloom Parr received eight twenty ut tho residence ofj the brides sister for sao by A It Fisher Cloverport and year the mileage for 1801 will bo Mill offices will have opposition Mr Thos dollur gold pieces from California on his Mrs N S Bowley Louisvillo Ky Dec Kiucheloe Mcador A Co Hardlnsburg less a 18 Itev B Overton performing a druggists Hamilton our county attorney is a can Â¬ biithday tho 20th ot December beautiful ceremony didate for re election His record Is Miss Dolllo and Master Craylon Clay FORCIBLY EJECTED The bride worn a handsomo traveling Tiieiie seems to be n difference of fresh iu the county Mr J It Trent comb visited their cousin Miss Cettu suit of gray opinion among so mo Democrats in the will also bo a candidate for tho office Miller of New Bethel X mas day They Btarted immediately for Rush Sanctified Preachers Disturb a Meet- Â¬ county on tho advislbility of tho com He lias served in tho enmo capacity be Mr and Mrs J F Claycomb and Mr ville luil where they will spend a foV ing in Meade County and Are mittee taking early action in naming weeks with relatives of the groom From fore and Is also well known at the bar in and Mr Hloom Parr visited Mr and there they will Fired Oaf visit other relatives in tho timo and manner of selecting candi Â¬ his profession No doubt the ruco will Mrs JelT Miller of Now Hethel X mas Illinois and will then proceed to their dates to mako the rnco for tho various Sirocco Ky Jan 0 1804 bo lively atiditwil be looked forward to day Mrs Miller gave nn entertainment uturo Home Council Grovo Oklahoma county ofllccs to bo tilled next full In Troublo is browing in the vicinity of witli much interest Tuesday night which was enjoyed by n Territory Cold Springs it being circulated that a number of counties tho coudidates May tfiey livo a long happy and proshost of friends and relatives perous life is tho wish of a friend liavo already been nominated and aro in State ok Ohio City w Toledo IlovJ O Argabright called Rev Will Mr ludwell Adkisson of Stephens- Bowleyvllle Ky lilacs a liar Itev Argabrights state- Â¬ luctu County j the field but hero tho Democratic com- Â¬ Frank J Cheney makes oath that lie port spent l rldny night with Mr John ment to mo in substance is us follows mittee lias taken no action They dont PISGAH seem to bo agreed or tlioy would bo on is tho senior partner of tho firm of F J Avitt I was holding a testimony meeting Mr Henry Cashman presented ids wheu they Hlnes and Tabor brought tho move Tho News has heretofore Cheuoy k Co doing busiucfn iu tho City Born to the wife- - of James Keenan a Bister Miss Nettie and Miss Lilly Avitt their sauctlfication into it I told them spokon favorably of an early primary or of Toledo County and Stato aforesaid fino boy with a nice ring each for a X mns gift that I didnt want it in my meeting convention which over tho party think and that said firm will pay tho sum of Miss Ruby Ryan our school teacher Master Sam Allen of Preston visited is on tho sick list best for tho reason that prompt action Ono Hundred Dollars for each and every that I didnt beliovo in any such stuff Mr James Mason of Ruth is visiting and didnt want it brought into uiy in such matters has given tho best satis case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Master Crayton Claycomb Sunday his parents nt this iiluco Wo liavo no interest in tho tho uso of Halls Catarrh Curo taction CANNEL COAL Born to tho wife of Winfield Pato n church Tlioy beenmo boisterous when Fiiank J Cheney the trustees ejected them from the matter except for tho good of the party fino boy William L Towsey I liavo now on baud a car load ot brok- Â¬ Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed in Mr W I Tnul gnvo the houso ut largo After services Hines mot me In selecting men for these en up cannel coal which I will deliver n X mas party lost Friday young pcoplo night and urged a renewal of tho subject I olllces it shold bo done iu a way that my presence tills Ith day of December at 500 per ton to all convenient places Mr Old Mason of Henderson spent will bo acceptable to ull concerned or as A D 18S0 the holidays hero with parents and told him it was distasteful to me that 75 One fourth ton 160 One half ton AWGIKASOX sanctlflcation was all a lio lie went oft ncarlyMM possible Thcro should bo f quantities 50c per hundred friends W II BrlckeV is Xotury Public Less skai Mrs quite sick with and told people that I called him a liar no wrangle in our party this year if wo pounds I am also selling thd nice Falcon malaria fever at the homo of Mr Brick There is strong talk of carrylngtho aflair wish to succeed It should bo tho first Hulls Catarrah Curo is taken Internally lump coal at 8 cU per bushel delivered eys mother aim with every ono concerned in the and acts directly on tho blood nnd in lots not less than 15 Mr Y N Brlckey of Hall Town nt court bushels lots of d vw vuuijdu linMHAnii UIFnm rt 4 tin nnti vjf Is nAitniinl JJfUUJUMjr mucous surfaces of the system Send for 100 u nvnaiw w bushels or moro 8 cents per bushoi gnvo a X mas party nnd oyster supper Many Persons lost Wednesday night all along tho line It will require a testimonials freo for a short time only Nut coal 7 cents Are IroVen down from ortrworkorbouMhoM Misses Lula Pate and Maggie Ham united effort to succeed this year and F J CIIKNKV A CO Toledo 0 per bushel f1 Unnvns Iron Hitters bleton were tho guests of Misses Maltesa -the Xkws desires to seo this rebuild the ijtteni aid dlgMtlon remoTM ex tDacohl by Druggists V5e R II FlKUCK and Mollio Miller last Wednesday Cu of Dll bq4 cure pultrU 0 tb jtnulaa Looa V28 1147 tfitrii Weil Kait Wait Kait Wait 105o am 521 pm 43 am Mr Henry Ashcraft of near irvington has n son critically ill of typhoid pneumonia thly W C Moorman returned from Owens Â¬ boro Saturday pm am am Mrs I II Itrashear nnd children and Miss 1carlo Wimp returned to Owcus Dr Dtld While spent Suudiy with his pttrenlsiiiTohiiippoit Mrs Walker I5oanl and children ot Holt attended church hero Sunday Mr nnd Mrs Hen I ay etiteitaiued the young people Ftldny evening Jim f nt their home itev H A Copass filled his regular appointment in tho Baptist church Sat Â¬ VEST The Grocery- - 1 - Â¬ fir ai Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ v5 man Solicits Your Â¬ w - SIX PAGES 1 Â¬ ut Â¬ Patronage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - a VEST V HAWLEYS IlttleCyeloDeClothesWagher A perfect wonder and a joy to every household making wash day one of pleasure instead of dread and drudgery which thousonds of moiners win testily to an along the line Â¬ Â¬ Positively the Best and Cheapest Washer over offered to the Public for i the following reasons FIRST It is tho most durable SECOND It requires less labor THIRD It will do a greater variety of work FOURTH It will do tho same- amount of work in less time than any other without wearing the clothes or fulling or shrinking tho llnnnel It is less cumbcrsomo - t V weighing only two pounds The principal feature of this Washer is in forcing tho hot water and suds through the clothes by compressed air THE PRICE OF THIS WASHER IS ONLY 300 THUS PLACING IT WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY FAMILY Â¬ P S BELL Agent Itreckenridgc Co Cloverport Ky A Â¬ Happy and Prosperous New Year to All To you my dear people of llnrdinsburg of Breckenridgo Â¬ Â¬ County and every friend wherever ho or sho may bo upon fc E 1 hopo tho Â¬ blessing of fortuno and favor may shower most abundantly down yju this year of 1894 Thanking you all for the liberal ptror and hoping that in ago of tho past especially during tho holidays our dealings of tho past wo have merited your approval and esteemed confidenco and that in tho futuro your blessings and kindness may bo our reward wo aro Very respectfully Â¬ Â¬ Your Jewelers and Musical Merchants Â¬ T C Lewis Co IIARDINSBURG KENTUCKY FOB SALE Th take place on the premlica of Vlrxil Har tlln kuown the Old Hardin Mill IariiY On Monday January 16th 1894 Thli tale U tn clou a partnership between 1 will offer at Vlrxil Hardin and Vain 1ate 1ubllc Kale all of the Iarm troducti conUtiir ot hay 6000 ol 500 butheli of corn toni poundi of good Hurley tobacco 150 hnahela of Endowment Bank X of F wheat and some rye Iarm ulcmlU auch aa Mowers Keepers llows Gears Hay Hake and The following olllcers were elected for a complete outfit for farming The stock coniisti of 14 head of pood young the ODatilng yean G W Short Presi Â¬ cattle inoitlv one and steers Ijo head of good breeding ewes ready to lamb all dent J D Babbage Vice President bred to uood llucks io head of good youg bogs Chas May Secretary and Treasurer one mule and horse three years old Terms of sale will be made known nn the day i ii of sale Will commence selling at 10 oclock Mi and Mrs Orflla Dellayen are visÂ¬ rain or shine VlilOlIIAKDlN iting Mrs A J Grose at Holt sella lot of Ane While Oak Tlinbror my entire farm of iwacres of well watered well tmbered and well lenced land Cood dwelling good tobacco barn good stock barn and a fine young orchard J II SMART Cloverport Ky I will V PPWWSS8BPFJ BWHairitwjfiipquniiriii uw i THEk BREXOKHNRIDGEX NEXWS GLOYRRPORT KY VOMAN3 WORLD IN ft KciUliill BftECKfeNMlM 1EWS WEIIiltoOAV JANIAliy 10 1811 The nich The Poor In beautiful darkened room hte lay A daughter ol rlihet to fair Willi hruiillfiil lips nil drawn unit while Anil tunny odeii hulr Her white hamlt folded oer herbreatt lteedlett of mothers tears Youve tne tnrett Or lobbing words tay here lint stay line y lie Her IllemU all wrnt it they gated upon That cjhl proud luxely fare Ami Hill rigid form that III life hail been All that Wilt beauty unit frau At her dotc llkc eyet by death were doted dear do not with tn o And lente yuu all down here She cfled My mother I Olitiel -- f I In another room to bare and cold Lay another girl no Irlcndt no koU Her mother bending oer her bed ovc you dcadl HetpoVe her softly he tired girl then tried to line And slowly raited her gentle ccs And lit the gared the kindly tatd No mother dear Im not et dead I I Im KliK lhiiih to live with Soil Youll lay tills clay neath the tod Hut Joy my toul will be above Where all It happlnett and love And to the went with smiling face So very happy In Rods grace And taid Oh mother dear meet mc above Where all It happlnett and love ISSA JOHNSON Cloverport Ky f i The slight cold of which you think po little maylOml to serious trouble with tho lungs Avoid this result by taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral the best known remedy for colds coughs catarrh bron cliltls incipent consumption and all other throat and lung diseases SIROCCO i Willie Touts of Skillmnn Ky is vis- Â¬ iting relatives hero Wathen Miller left New Years day for his school near Columbia Ky Nnw Yearn greetings to ye Kditors stall and nil tho correspondents wishing you many happy returns of the same Mr Gideon Brown formerly of this vicinity died near Wolf Creek tho last day of tho old year and his remains were interred tho first day of tho now year nt Bald knob burying ground He died of pneumonia Mrs Althen Morgans christmas tree at the school houso was quite a success Many hearts both old and young weio made glad by tho many tokens of re membranco that swung from its branches But wasnt Old Santa a dandy Tho social at Mr Mordecai Dugans Thursday night in Christmas was enjoy- Â¬ ed by the elite of society from far and near but wo so often taste of tho bitter before the flavor of the sweet has entir Â¬ The bitter in this ely disapeared instance was a drenching rain cold as an iceberg Wasnt that eggnogatMrUanco Ham bletons delicious Mr and Mrs Ham bleton makes peoplo feel like they weie at home nnd boarding at tho same place while under their vine and fig tree They know what it takes to rouse tho inner man and make him feol like tho world was fenced in with roses Georgo Bewley has discovered a novel Shakes- Â¬ way of taming tho shrew peare sinks into insignificance oversliad owod by Georges hTghfoluten scheme I tell you whenever a bachelor reaches tho hillsido of life whero he finds tho sun going down on one side while hos going down on tho other he gets uneasy and begins to deviso many novel plans for captivating the fair sex Mr Leander Bruuer and his bride left the 30th ult for their home near Hawesvillo I was with them at so many socials during Christmas in bid ding them goodbye jt seemed like parting with old friends Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ May their path through life be strewn lowers Like forettt with autumn leavei magic powers And may kind friendship Surround them with every breeze And when lifes work it ending May their spirit gently rite And Join with friends ascending To their home beyond the ikies with A sink liolo lias inado its appearance in tho middlo of tho road that lends lauding road vin from tho Haynes I yi 4 Willlnm Millers and A M Weedmans intersecting tho Leavenworth road near TIs a dangerous place it Shivelyp being almost impossible to pass on either side of tho hole with wagon or buggy If the supervisor isnt careful ho will not bo like tho girl that fell out ot Take heed tho baloon hell bo in it Itemomber that circuit lest yo fall court is close at hand nnd if you nre not taking this paper tako it so you will know what is going on right under your very nose In this part of tho country a public road generally gets a lick and a promise once during tho year but I dont think tho road in question got even tho promise last year It has been Bolong sincoit was worked I suspect Dan Stiles has forgotton who the super- Â¬ visor is Ha ha ha What do you all think of a member of a church that will havo a brother member up boloro tho church for playing the violin nnd go himself to town bofore tho year is out and get on a and that on big how come you so Christmas day tho day sot nsldo as a commomoratlon of our Saviours birth tho day of all days that wo should cele brnto with honor and solemnity Oh man thou Iceble tenant of an hour Debacedby tlverYr or corrupt by powerf Who knows the well must quit thee with dli Degraded matt of animated duttl Thy love Is luitr thy friendship all a cheat Thy smiles hypocrlcylfj thy words deccltrj ly nature vile enabled but by name Bach kindred brute might bid the bluth with shame minus tho guests Why dont the government brenk up this illicit distillery up nbovo Eveleighs It is getting to be too common n thing for a mans horse to bo rode at night Just a few nights since after whisky Dr McMullins horse was taken from TOBINSPORT tho stable and somo heavy substance carried on it almost ruining its back Over went a new leaf Monday Tho doctor offers ten dollars to tho one Who ever saw n prettier Now Years who will inform him who the thief is day MARRIAGES Several cases of la grippe in tho neighborhood Rev B F Orr of Frinceton Ky nnd were mnrried last Miss Sennie Barnes is visiting her Missinttio Williams of night nt the residenco tho brides pa- Â¬ brother hero now rents in tho country Tho ceremony BornJanuary 3ruto the wife of little was performed by Rev W F Cashman assisted by Rev Dr G C Kelly of this Bill Kinder a fine boy city The bride Is a most estimable Most all the fallow laud is broken pre- Â¬ Christian lady Tho groom Is presiding elder of the Princeton district and one paratory to the spring crop of tlie best known Methodist ministers Poor Moley the oldest of his kind lias in this part of tho state gone whero tho wood bine twlueth Mr 1 owin Burns of Ohio county and Wallace Hayden and wife nnd Riley Miss M Nettie Bonnett of this city 1 30 oclock yesterday Polk nto the gooso nt Quiller Gilberts were married at afternoon at tho residenco of the bride s on New Yenr parents Mr and Mrs 0 0 Bennett on -evepth strett Tho ceremony was per Â¬ Mr Rovnl who was un from Troy nnd L Bennett of Lfvia spent Christmas week with his family formed by Rev J N Mr and Mrs Bums loft on tho L returned homo train for thoir future homo accompanied London of r Thos Allen tok his leavo from by Misses Laura and Lula of this city Cloverport Archio Bennett Thursday He will tako ills place and Mehsrs Johnson and Spencer o hero on the City of Owensboro Henderson Owensboro Mcssonger Wheat is looking extremely well nnd from the prospects how We will not starve neither will tho wolf como near our door The floating Chapel Is lying nt our landing now but thero Is no services being held on account of a meeting at Mill Stono on by tho many novel schemes ndver Using now nnd untried so called cough remedies but stick to tho old reliable Dr Bulls Cough Syrup the unfailing cure for all nflections of tho throat and chest wlluru wolllil It littilst tllUll IlllliiehtV McDANIELS lend tho Mltllt lllilldbll Mnntrs dttd Ml3 Dock Coke Is on the tick list lllltt where wilt yott bu UiUII Oiibricl sounds ttlelt Had 1 teals lo sblirp his last trump Mis itohti Mircer Is still sick with la they were for lliee Herodlas but lllllle In the grlppo eyes nro dry ns desert sands Bill If tiiit r lull u uvtd near Mr Wash ordinary routine of church nflitlrs do yon get your injunctions from tho bible Mercers MIm Jute rlcDantel In quite nick nt Doesnt that tho sacred work of God sacred volume plainly sny that no this writing Jim Cnrwile has moved from here to drunkard shall Inherit tho kingdom of Can you find any papsngo in nenr Franks mill heaven Henderson Mills hits moved to the holy writ where it says that no fiddler John I Frank place shall Inherit the kingdom of heaven I supposu that the Prince of Darkness John Allen Frank has moved into the gotn to and fro in all churchi s collecting house vacated by II Mills Jtuv B A Cundlir is holding n meet Â¬ his dues but it twcrns just now that he ing nt St Charles this week has a deputy stationed at New Highland Mr nnd Mrs Fred Fralzo spent n few for tho devil Is to pay there nearly all tho time It is on evident fact that two daj s in Henderson last week Mrs John Butler nnd daughter visited or three men aro trying t rule tho Mrs Horace Hunter last week churchtho wholeposse Comltntusofcm Charlie Cundlir of Hardin county as It were with tho preacher thrown in If tho preacher wants to keep on tho visited his parents at the parsonage hist good side of em ho will linvo to keep week If you do not let us tell which of our tho sweet fields of Eden in view nnd hades clear out of sight He liiust have neighbors have visiud us what will we something to sny about llowery beds of have fur news Mr Horace Hunters family and Mrs ease Whenover ho commences to talk about Vardels bear theyll his qui- Â¬ Dan Hicks spent u day at Mr Joe Par- Â¬ etus mnko so quick youd think it was sons last week Misses Cora and Essie Matthews of I tell you dono with n mere bodkin theyll hustle him Instanter Theyve Webt View nre tho guests of the Misses dono heard enough about straight and Hunter tliis week Miss Dora Mtlancl nnd her cousin narrow way Its too much like an old song that lias been worn out years ngo Miss Juelt visited in the Mnttingly They want something llowery and spicy neighborhood last week Misses Do and Ned Hunter visited The minority stands up with all the pompnnd ignornncethnt human llesh their nunt Mrs Jno Butler nenr West is heir to nnd pleads against the majority View Saturday and Sunday Mr Win McDaniel Joo Tom McDan in lieu of some little pet scheme that is ever nnd anon floating out on their nev- iel Mr Hornco hunter and Mr Joo Par Â¬ er weary wits Tloy firmly believe thnl sons were in Leitchfield this week Joo Wlieatley who went to Texas tho Old ship of ion will carry em across the storm tossed billowB of death with Mr Jim Jarboe has returned without a jostle but I greatly lenr that Four or five days in Texas was enough when they this darksome nether for him Wo nro having almost nn epidemic of world whero nn epidemic of sin is rag ing to such a fenrful extent nnd reach la grippe almost every family has somo At tho parsonage quarantine near the shores of tho sun one down with it bright clime whero the Great Physi- they nil had it at once Mr Tom Hunter of Leitchfield visit- Â¬ cian stands ready to pass judgment If they nre allowed to make a landing at ed his fathers family here last Sunday all the case will bo about like that of Miss Mittio Fraizo returned with him to the old german who having called up Louisville to spend Christmas with all the good and bad that his neighbors friends Quite nn Interesting prayer meeting had done trying them ns it were with a view to finding out whether or not they has been held at Rhodes schoo house would get to heaven and you know ho this fall and winter It will hereafter be sent them all to tho lower country final- Â¬ held nt privnte houses Some conversions ly brought up his own merits and de- Â¬ nt theso meetings Rev B A CuudifT was in Marion last merits sifting them pro and con he after much deliberation rendered tho week helping Bro Guthrie in a meeting following verdict Veil Shake I reck- Â¬ Dr Curadino is holding a meeting at on you can go ovir mit der white sheep Princeton this week at which Bro Orr My opin presiding elder of the Princeton district but its a tarn tight squeeze ion i if thoy succeed in squeezing professed snnctillcntion into tho fair and happy land Old Christmns passed oflexceedingly quiet Marster will put em under a big kettle Not much drinking the whisky was pro- Â¬ where they can hold close communion vided but some ono found Its hiding without being bothered with the plaeo and stole it No dancing or mighty throng that walks tho golden parties that I havo heard of too much streets of the New Jerusalc m sickness for that this time Gentlemen for Gods for tho sako of Rev Metcalfe wife and baby and Mr the church for the sake of sinners and Jno Mercers family were invited to a for your own sake stop nnd think a mo-Â¬ Christinas dining at Mr Sam Parsons ment before making yourselves so ridic- Â¬ but alas Tho best laid plans of mice ulously conspicuous before the eyes of and men oft gang nglee Wlien the the world nt largo time came to start two women who wanted to go were under the grip of la Do not allow yourself to be imposed grippe and tho dining had to go on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PARAGRAPHS eedinq wool ll - tntlit f nilil H tlrilid Int I most correct nnd busincssliko hand Sho told us in answer to somo questions that she did her fathers collecting becauso Lo did not havo timo to do It himself I am not suro indeed from tho looks of tho writ- Â¬ ing that sho docs not nlso make out tlio bills ns well us collect them Sho goes to school faithfully and out of school hours makes her rounds gathering tip tho money for her father Most girls of her ngo would spend their out of school hours curled up on n sofa reading silly novels feeding their already exaggerat ed emotions on tho love stories that drivo girls nnd women to folly and ruin Tho carpenters bright little daughter on tho other hand knows exactly tho stato of her fathers finances nnd is get- Â¬ ting n business education that is quite as good in its way ns that obtained nt school Hef father U teaching her tho care of money nnd tho responsibilities that attend its possession Thousands of wives and mothers havo less knowl edge of business methods today than this child has and it is littlo to their credit that it is to Jcnnlo C Wilder Marshall Wilders young sister is on tho road this season with her own comnnnv of entertainers sho being tho comic rccitationist of tho group Miss Wilder hai given much plcasuro by her recitations wherever sho has nppcared Really Mr Woltcr Besant puts ono out of patience Ho has been uttering nnothcr solemn dictum on tho woman question Ho says ho believes does Besant that if women wero asked what thoy would rather bo they would all say with ono voico they would prefer being tho mothers of sons nnd daughters than to bo actresses lawyers doctors artists or typewriters or ciigago in nny monoy earning calling This is non- Â¬ sense Walter Besant if ho had his way would havo married oven Joan of Aro to somo clodhopper nnd kept her digging potatoes in the intcrvnls of pro- Â¬ ducing other clodhoppers rather than havo had her bo so unwomanly ns to rido forth gloriously in mailed armor nnd liberato France So far as human judgment can reach Franco would havo been a Britisli dependency this day only for Joan of Arc Besides whether oven tho ordinary woman would rather bo tho mother of sons nnd daughters than to ncliievo a successful business career depends nltogothcr on tho kind of sons and daughters Can tho mothers of Car lylo Harris or Mrs Halliday over know a glnd hour If tho mothers of slum children havo any human feeling nt all can they bo proud of tho job of bringing paupers and convicts into tho world Finnlly would Mr Walter Besant rnth cr bo n husband and father than to be tho author of All Sorts and Conditions of Men Thoprizo of 300 offered by tho National Conservatory of Music at New York for tho best opera libretto was won by n woman Murguerito Herring ton author of tho play Captain Let Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IIMId ItiillKlilcr A few weeks ngo tvd had n earptjiilci toltjr somo work In 6ur flat Ho was n Ulinlly Intelligent man not nfinld that no might possibly do tho twenty elghth part of tin inch mora work than his con- Â¬ tract called for Vo nsked him for his Ho said ho would mako it out mid bill send it Somo days afterward n neat pretty girl perhaps 14 years old rang I have brought fathers bill tho bell for carieiiter work she said Wo took tho bill paid it nnd thought that was tho end No said tho young lady I must receipt tho bill She took out her pencil nnd signed tho nanio in n tstlut Mr Editor will you please give me tho origin of tho X in spelling our I have never seen it used Christmas until within tho last few years Tho Republicans mot hero last Satur- Â¬ day and selected a committeeman for this precinct Tho county selects a committeeman next Saturday and tho Satur- Â¬ day following at Evansvlllo a committee- Â¬ man for this Judicial district will bo selected preparatory to tho coming campaign Â¬ Â¬ Clifford Jllaokman A Boston All Ills That Fills Are good for are treated more success- Â¬ Is not a cnthartic fully by ParksTea on griping or palnyet moves the bowels every day A Boys Eyesight Savod Porhaps His Llfo By Hoods Barsaparllla DIood Tol soned by Canker Head the following ram a grateful mothers My little boy hod Scarlet Fover when 4 yean old and It loft him Terr weak and with blood with cauLcr Ill eyes became so Inflamed that hU luderlags were Intense and forteyen wepks bo It Fisher druggist women do ns wo pleaso about marrying He would mnko us nil bo wives and mothers whether wo want to or not Lida Roso McCabo last year traveled through all purts of tho Union collect- Â¬ ing information about college girls and tho schools thoy attend both coeducational and tho institutions of learning for women alono Tho talented hardworking and conscientious young writer obtained a great mass of information whicli has been prepared in pleasing pic tnresquo stylo nnd published under the namoof Tho American Girl at College In tho history of educational movements in America Miss McCabos book will hold its own place Tho chapters on physical culture among girls nro espe cially valuable My sisters let us work on In n century from now mankind will begin to take women seriously Miss Rny Frank of Oakland Cal will be tho ilrbt Jewish woman rabbi She obtained her education partly in tho state university of California und nfter ward in tho Hebrow Union collego at Cincinnati Thus the grand old Jewish raco swings into lino on the woman question At this timo when tho country is hi tho midst of the gravest crisis it has had to faco since tlio war when hundreds of thousands of our sox are out of employ ment and many of them well nigh starv- Â¬ ing ladies aro discussing with profound interest and excitement tho question whether it Is proper to wear u streot gown to an afternoon tea Dont bo a putty woman to just stick whero you aro thrown and beliovo what you aro told without a thought boyond eating drinking nnd clothes und your own relatives Emma Goldman tho girl anarchist could nbtvoto but sho can share equally vir man tho prlvilcgo of a year in the penitentiary for soditious utterances Mrs Oliphant at the ago rjf 03 is doing as good work in novel making ns sho ever did in her life Sho has written 00 books in 44 years Hero is a question I would like to have imswcrcd Why should a girl stay out of paying employment In order to glvo a man a placo any moro than n man Bhould ttny out to giv the girl a placo EyzA Anciuiui Coknets Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tarblair Walter Besant would not oven let us win limp- urn brdpjtliig the wool s it frcfltlcilt trod Mo with shccpi Thero ard mniiy dUTer tut explanations of this niiiioynnca to the Hock muster but few of theso lifts t nt nil nt tho fact that wool must bo fed or it cannot grow nnd any falluro In Its nutrition must result in such a weakness that tho fleece fails to keep up its connection with tho skin nnd thus drops off ns If it wern Fevered ns It really Is at its root Tho iltwo of a 100 pound sheep makes up 10 jicr cent or moro of the nnimals weight nnd It consists of n far greater proportion of tlio most exacting ele ments of nutrition than tho llesh of tho Bhcep does Flesh has 75 per cent of wa ter in it wool has only 15 per cent Tho flesh has in its dry matter tho following elements nnd wool hns tho quantities ect opposlto to them Tims tho composition of flesh is Cnrbon 5183 per cents hydrogen 757 nitrogen 1501 oxygen 2137 ashes 423 Wool Carbon 4005 per cent hydrogen 003 nitrogen 1731 oxygen 2211 ashes 20 sulphur 20 Taking Into account that the wool has only one fifth ns much water in it as the flesh it is easily seen that it requires fivo times ns much of tho elements of nutrition for ench pound weight ns the flesh nnd thus if tho fleeco of a merino weighs 15 pounds and tho carcass after shearing weighs 75 pounds equal quantities of food nro required for tho production of each This U perhaps never thought of by nny feeder of tho flock for so fur It seems to havo been completely ignored by nil writers upon Bhcep husbandry nnd yet tho importance of it is paramount Tho common ignorance of theso urgent demnndsof tho fleeco for special nutriments is doubtless why the sheep suffers so much from tho exhaus tive requirements of tho wool As tho fleeco must bo supplied after tho nnimnl itself tho wool suffers while tho sheep escapes nt least to somo extent nnd ns tlio wool cannot exist with out its necessary accompaniment of the yolk nnd grease whicli naturally protect it from injury by tho rnins heat oi cold this is to bo considered ns calling for requlsito nutriment ns well as the actual body of the nnimnl It is worthy of note too that ns wool contains considerable sulphur tills Is nlso to bo pro vided in tho food Every timo the sheep is underfed or suffers from any other cause it appears in tho wool tho fiber of which thows a thin plnco in it and each of theso weak spots represents a fault in feeding ot other purt of tlio management This weakness in tho fiber is ruinous to the wool ns it causes it to break in tho card ing or combing nnd thus become toe short for tho spinner nnd fit only foi felting 1 1lls defect is known by the woolen manufacturers and buyers ns break nnd makes it unsalable Con sequently tho matter of feeding nnd the regularity of it aro special points to be regarded by tlio shepherd Yet it must not bo supposed thnt tho wool only suffers Tho sheep must necessarily suffer for tlio damage to tho wool is only ont of tho visiblo signs of injury to tlio whole animal In estimating tho amount of food necessary for a sheep all theso points nrotc bo taken into account nnd tlio gross weight of tlio nnimnl is to bo increased for estimating tlio allowance of food by tho proportion to bo added on account of tho extra dry substnnco of tlio fleeco To bo on tho safo sido it will bo quite rcnsonablo to add to the live weight ol tho sheep fully 100 per cent that is ta doublo tho weight and esthnnto tho ration accordingly Tlio normal allowance of 3 per cent of dry matter per 10C pounds of carcass may thus bo doubled without any fear of overfeeding S Henry in American Agriculturist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Asltillii Wllil Mnl NmlHnlitit ttr II nrrrltly Utkly liy lliitiplireV At litufcr Pro dure CmlnnlMlon MkrrhnHtt aiftSertinil Miltct Miln mil Market Louisville Ky IOUISVILLI with shippers nam Choice country Medium Common Creamery KlJUS Fresh 1IHAN8 I Michigan band picked 5 lo 1 8i 1 BU to 1 85 niliaca Navy 1 00 Old or Common and colored to 1 20 DllIED Al ILIU AND IKACilES Apple choice bright quarters IJ to Applet avcrago to44 KV JanJ tfaVI packages plainly anil post office address 15 Shtperi thould mark all BUTTER 12f jj Iifi Q t 1 Bz W 27 Ci Uvh TipyJu Aimlcsotd Ieaclief new old 4f 4 1eaches Pritne Mixed- to 5 37 t FKATHEHS white goete Old No - 2J a 15 15 r T 1 duck J1117E3 rood 3 25g a 1J 20 Running Chances Of the baby breaking your watch may not re- Â¬ Some sult In daiungo or loss to your pocket risks you can run without much danger others you can not Missing an early Inspection of our stock of Solid SllverSpoonsllutter Knives Napkin lllniis and our elegant stock of Novel Â¬ ties and Jewelry is ono of the chances you can not run without incurring a loss This stock U superior to anything we ever offered before nnd It It most assuredly superior to anything else now shown in this city and our prices are very low you should call at onra and make a selection before tbe rush sets In Clreen Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins POULTHY a M 7 20 5 12J-- 50 C tlenr per lb ltoo tera per lb Spring Chickens per lb toung Ducks per lb leese full featberd 8 a 7 3 75 fed Turkey llnteng Ky and Indiana Yellow Hoot Italililt KUUTS 9J4 10 2 25 fit 2 50 IB 75 35 iu 25 iu 1AM K F N DHUY Squirrel Quail 1 1 50 50 wharft WOOL Tub washed 25 Grease fine 16 Grease coarse 12 Merino 12 Hurry and Cuts 5 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Ueeswax oj 21 Sorghum Molaites 30 Ou 35 HAY OllAIN FEED We quote prlcei to day on Louisville city OATS 32 HAY GREGORY CLOVERPORT - CO KENTUCKY WWARFMASTERS Also Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers In 4i Yellow Pino Flooring and Coiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime Brick Blinds No 2 oats 38 Sash and Strictly choice Choico No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN Choice white Choice shelled 10 50 13 00 00 A 12 00 10 00 a 11 00 4 75 5 50 and all kinds of 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cried with all the veherrtneo the human heart Is capable into action Well present 0t ca you UjW grand Juryl Turn hirp out Oh depraved humanity turn ImouU spending the winter with relatives hero will give a conceit at Henderson Thurs Â¬ day night after which she will go to Kansas City to remain until March when she will return to her homo in Cal- Â¬ ifornia Miss Regan U making for herself a reputation as n whistler and singer She has appeared in concerts both hero and at adjoining towns and has given great pleasure by her rare accomplish Â¬ She is a bright and pleasant ments young lady and has made many friends here who will watch her career with interest Owensboro Messenger took him tnlca during that Umo to tho Eya and Ear Infirmary ou Charles street but their reewdles lalld to do him the faintest shadow ot good I wBimeneed string him Hoods Banaparilte and It soon cured him I havo even never doueted that It saved You may uiu this tes hU verr lif If any way yen choose I uta ulwayj 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will not ho tried until March Thn rw was s t for hearing tliis week lit fore linlga iliinis ot the Johnston county district court hut It has bjencontlnud untl M irch 12 in special session When the Attorneys appeared before Judge Burris nt Olatho yesterday tho do tense asked for n postponement of tho trial on the grounds that thoy could not s euro certain witnesses who nro in for Â¬ eign states nt this time Th wero re Â¬ fused a commission to tako tho dedosi tion ot these men somo timo ago and at tiiat timo claimed that the court inn lo a leveisiblo error The attorneys for the state were somewhat scared about tho mutter nud yesterday agreed to tho con- Â¬ tinuance providing the attorneys for the delenso would agree to not take advan tage of tlm error it there was any in ref Â¬ erence to the refusal of the court to ap-Â¬ point a commit sion It will require about Iwo weeks to trv the case and Judge liunis decided to set it special Â¬ Breckenridge News 10 1891 WEDNESDAY JANUARY than the Intellectual opinion lint tho moro emotion is motivo power if SHINES of very littlo vnluoIt isOno man goes to LIGHT TiJAT tho theater nnd fees n wifo maltreated I and is stirred to pity and indignation nEUATiVE IMPORTANCE OF THINK and then goes homo and ecolds his own DOING AND DEINQ INO TEELING wifo becauso tho dinner does not suit Ids dellcato palate What good has tho A Sermon lijr Ilrv Dr Ionian Ahlmlt nl Tho next day ho theater dono him rifiuoiilh Clilirrli llriiukljn A IlimUi l goes to n beautiful church and tho Uclircro Opinion mill tonvlrllon Cim choir sings beautifully and tho minis ter portrays suffering in such n way as tlutt and Cmrkittr to stir his emotions and ho takes out Lrl this rutin ti la jn i wlilcli was also In his handkerchief and wipes his eyes Christ Juts IiI1ipmns II Ot and presently tho benediction 1r pro Thla li n ciy thnplo exhortation nounced nnd ho goes homo nnd scolds but ono tlmt ksorvea onr ponderlnjr It his wifo becnuso Ills Sunday dinner is is not an osliortnllon to do something not to liis liking Tho emotions in tho or to think roinvtblng or to feel some church wero not nny moro religions Ilia whole than tho emotions in the theater for lilng but to bo BOinctbliiK if my Ecrinon this morning miuht lw tho emotion that simply plays on tho put Into ono piniplo fonnulnry To feol surface of a mans heart hut does not right is raoro importnnt than to think go down into his life is idle and nuright to do right is moro important gatory As his opinion must bo n conlinn to feel right to bo right is most viction conquering tho ninii and con Important of nil Calvinism lays em trolling him so tliis emotmn must be phasis on tho right kind of tliinking harnessed to tholifonnd direct tho life about religion Methodism lays cniilm Tho mini who weeps over nn imaginary sis on the right kind of feeling in the wifo on tho stago and then goes homo realm of religion Utiltarlnnism lays to scold his own wifo is no better for emphasis on tho right kind of conduct tho piny nor is tho mnn whoo lever in daily life and Christianity lays em enco is kindled by tho choir or tho minphasis on tho fourth being tho right ister and then goes out to forget God You say Is that ankind of a person nnd carry on his business ns though Is Unitiirlaiiism bet- thero wero no God in the world better tithesis correct ter than Methodism or Calvinism No for tho service As tho opinion must the antithesis is not correct and it is enter into tho character so the emotion becnuso it is impossiblo to statu what 1 must enter into tho character ond lie want to stato in n scntenco that I must coiiiu n pint of tho mail himself go on and elaborate- it n little and ask CONDUCT ANI CIIAKACTKIt you to mod I tu to with mo n littlo npon How about tho conduct Supposo tho it this morning I say again To think mnn docs right is that enough Not right is important to feel right is moro Conduct that is not n part of diameter important than to think right to do creed or littlo right is moro important than to feel is but is not better than characteremotion Tho i part of that right but to lo right is tho most im minister lias been studying all tho morn portant of nil ing nnd been very much interested in UirOKTANCK OF DKIIKF Evening his problems nnd his hooks It is ft very common saying that it comes tiieio is a church sociable Ho makes no difference what wo bolievo 1 will bo so 1 must go says and it is said by schools of thought that cinblo suppoo 1 am determined that 1 will bo nro supposed to bo very antagonistic sociable anil iio puts on n smile mid Tho agnostic says that all thinking Bhnkes with everybody nnd nil about God and immortality is tinkling tho timohands lie weru out of it Do wishes brass and sounding cymbals for wo can you not know Unit most men sco through know nothing about them Dogmatism women see through it Con second cousin of agnosticism says it it and nil is of very littlo vnluo unless it is uso to think about them you must duct is no tho spontaneous expression of character nccopt what was thought about them in Wo tako tlmiifu of Cliri t and look it the sixteenth century or tho fourth cenHero was ono who knew the tury or tho firht century wo want not tlnough truth mid taught it wo say- - and wn tliinking but an unriueHtlonablo faith Agnosticism says that you must htop reverence him as n teacher tor his wis beforo you begin dogmatism says that dom heio was ono who felt tho pulsa you may go a littlo way and then you tions of reverence and faith and hopeÂ¬ must stop But that liberalism which and lovo and went everywhero inspir says that it makes no difTerenco what a ing feeling in men ho touched and wo was man belioves is equally deadening to reverence him for his feeling hero heal- Â¬ ono who went nhout doing good tho human intellect that liberalism ing tho jick bringing sight to the blind which says you must have n very short simplo creed and all beyond that ts giving comfort to tho nillictcd and wo superfluous Our problem is to discov- Â¬ reverence him for his brotherly love Theso things saitli ho that is holy he er not how littlo wo can know but I know thy works bethat is true how much wo can know and tho wholo eternal and infinite world is beforo us hold I havo set beforo theo an open To put a cieed up door and no man can shut it for thou forourinvestigation at tho cntrnnco and say You shall not hast n littlo strength nnd hast kept my enter school until you have learned all word nnd hast uot denied my name Becauso thou hast kept tho word of it has to teach you is absurd of course 1 will also keep theo from tho creed ought to be not ut tho porch my patience Hut to say tho hour of temptation door bat over tho pulpit doino Axn mnvo to men It makes no differenco whether Roligion does uot consist in doing you think rightly or wrongly respecting theso great fundamental problems of things if n man goes into tho market life Who and what God in Who and saying 1 urn going to bo honest you what eternal destiny is Who nnd what would hotter watch him The man who 1 am nnd How ought 1 to act toward has to watch himself needs to bo watch my neighbor this is n folly so extremo ed by his neighbor It is uot enough to do honest things ono must bo honest that it does not need to bo criticihcd it is not enough to tell the truth ono Theso threo isms agnosticism dogma tism and tho psciulo liberalism nro must bo truUiful it is not enough to do deeds of lovo ono must bo loving children of tho samo parent Tho phiBetween tho man who simply tells the losophy that says you cannot know anything tho philosophy that Kays you can truth nnd tho man who is tiuthful be tween tho man who simply doen what is know only what your fathers know and tho philosophy that says it does not honest and tho man who is honest be tween tho man who does charitable mako any difference what you think tilings and the man who is charitable they aro nil ot tho snmo bad stock it is importnnt that wo should havo thero is nn enormous gulf and wo nil right ideas of tho problems of life but know it And no man has conic into it is not enough that wo havo right that stato in which any man should be ideas An opinion is of very littlo vnluo willing to bo until truth and honesty unless it has become n conviction What and charity flow spontaneously out of Tho conduct of it man ought not A conviction is an him is a conviction opinion that has conquered It is born to bo liko water in a well when ono has to pump hard to get a littioout it No opinion of buttlo and of victory ever becomes conviction until it has ought to bo liku n spiing that flows spontaneously out of tho hillside mid been in battlo and has conquered Tho boy has inherited from his mother a you cannot stop it if you try and if belief that God is ho is assailed by you stop it heio it will iind some new doubt and when theso two havo fought vent clsowhero Wo all know this To together nnd tho belief that God is bo is moro important than to dn and to ceases to bo nn opinion nnd becomes a do is moro importnnt than to feel nnd to feol is moro impoitant than to think conviction it is becauso it hasconquer ed tho unbelief Hut unbelief is not tho nnd thinking and leeling nnd doing nro only thing to bo conquered Thoro nro of very littlo vnluo except ns they tend prido and tiolilshness nnd vnnity to Ito to mnko character and aro tho expres sion of character conquered And nothing becomes conTho other summer whilo sailing viction until it lins been so wrought into tho soul that it is conqueror of tho along tho shores of tho sound 1 lauded at u littlo cove thero wero u lighthouse soul so that it shapes and directs tho destiny as master so that it holds tho tower and u fog bell and tho keeper scopter so that it sits on tho throne in showed us tho fog bell and how tho mechanism made it strike eery few othor words no opinion is of vnluo unmoments in tho darkness nnd in the til it becomes n part of that character night when tho fog hung over tho coast of which 1 am speaking this morning A creed is not n real cieed until it gets and I said That is tho preacher there below tho intellect nnd enters into the ho stands tinging out tho message of heart Tho man takes tho proposition warning ringing out tho message of instruction ringing out tho message of God is lovo anil ho says Why certainly I beliovo that I ubominnto tho cheer it is a great thing to ben preach er And wo went up into tho lighthouse old pagan teaching that God is hate and 1 nbomiuato tho teaching which tower thero was a tower that never represents God as though ho wero not said anything nnd never did anything it just stood still and shone and I said good 1 will havo nonoof it I beliovo that God is love And then ho goes on Tlmt Is tho Chiistinii he may uot havo his way as though thero wero no God at uny word to utter ho may not bo u prophet ho may not bo n worker ho all This is an intellectual proposition may achiovo nothing but ho stands and ho looks nt it with critical judg linen t nnd ho says Ay that is true as till nnd Khines in tlm darkness nnil ln Hi fctorm ulways and every night ho might say it of n proposition of Eunot becomo Vho fog bell strikes only on occasion clids geometry but it has but all tho timo and every night tho a part ot his being it is not n convic And n theologbal opinion is not light flashes out from tho lighthouse tion troliglon until it ceases to bo an opinion All tho timo nud every night this light and becomes a conviction until it hits is Hashing out from you if you ni o Gods conquered something in tho man and children Let your light so shine Do not Hash it shine just hnvo it eo become master of tho man You cannot let nnd then let it shine FEEUNO AND OPIMOV it shine unless you hnvo it and if you Feeling is moro importnnt than opin ion A man may go right if ho has hnvo it you ciumotkcep it from shining the rmNCE aSu the daisy jright impulses with n poor judgment nud Aro you but ho cannot go right if ho has n good despondent sometimes discouraged able You never have been judgment and bud Impulses Mun is like strength nn ocean steamer with two sciows If tho to give much in money nor in aro in order you can steer tho of service you cannot teach in tho crews steamer vitli thetwoscrows even if tho Sunday school you cannot work in tho once Irndder is unshipped but if tho rudder club perhupa you wero nctlvo jis all right and tho machinery lias and hnvo been laid nsdo nud say some Â¬ times to yourself I nm of uso no more broken dovn thero Is no steerntrowqv ana trio steamer drifts wherever the I might as well bo dead Ifyoucun currents tako it Moro than right opin Â¬ not do you can lie and that is most I read or heard years ions thoreforo men need right em- Â¬ important of nil otionsthat is right motive powers agon littlo parable A certain princo When Mrs Crano goes down to tho went out into his vineyard to examine Bethel and talks to tho men out of tho it and he caino to tho peach tree and lodging houses do you suppose- thoy hn said What aro you doing for mo Do you suppose they and the treo said In tho spring I givo need instruction need to be told that to bo idle to bo my blossoms nnd fill tiio air with fra Â¬ grance nud on my boughs hang tho dissolute to bo drunken to bo shiftless brings disaster Nol What they need fruit which presently mtn will gather Js new power power to do what thoy and carry into tho palaca for you nud know ought to bo done What thoy tho princo suit Well done good and And tio came to the Wo go faithful servnnt Ded yon and I need also wtray not chiefly because we do not tnnnle nnd ho wild What nro you do know Mter but K causo wo lack tho iKJwer when tho timo comes to do the tilings wo know wo ought to do And to tho motivo power is moro important - Â¬ Â¬ ing nnd tho mnplo said I am making nests for tho birds and shelter for tho cattlowithmy leaves ond my spreading branches nud tho princo said Well And done good nnd faithful servant ho went down into tho iiiendow nnd ho eaid to the waving graps What nro you doing nud tho grass said We aro giv Â¬ ing up our lives for others for your sheep and your cattle that they may be nourished nud tho princo said Well done good nud faithful servants that give your lives up for others And then ho camo to n littlo daisy that was grow ing in the hedgerow and ho said What aro you doing and tho daisy said Nothing nothlngl i cannot make nest Â¬ ing places for tho birds nnd 1 cannot givo shelter to tho cattle nud I cannot send fruit Into tho palace and I cannot even furnish food for tho sheep and the cows thy do not want mo in tho meadow nil 1 can do is to bo tho best littlo dairy I enn bp And tho princo bent down nud kissed tho daisy nud said Thoro is nono better than thou Â¬ If You Havo Scrofula Tlii-- Tint Short for tho iAsit Money DOUGLAS AyeRs SARSAPARILLLA the Superior Blood Purifier nnd Spring MedicineCures others - Sores Boilx or any other skin dioense tttko 3 SHOE 2 and LADIES AND to W FOR GENTLEMEN 85 S4 and 350 Dross Shoo 350 Police Shoo 3 Soloo 250 2forWcrfclngmon 175 for Boys If MISSES I DourIbs 3 offers 175 250 2 drftler nAITTION nnv uuwu - snors at n reuticea price or nny no nas mem wiiuout ins nnino stnuipeu uiiuuin im mm HnjS0 will cure you HOW TO RUN AN INCUBATOfl WAH LHEWRU ituinuu r ro J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho Malinger of IIitiiHntrml Poultry Tartu Tel In Ills lxpirlum r After trying two jours to raise chick His under liens without miccuss we con t hided to try mi incubator nud it worked lo well that we want no more hutching under hens Tho incubator was ordered WOLF CREEK iu March but did not urrivo until April Then it was three weeks moro beforo wo could get it to work property After Mrs I S ltielianison visited Mrs getting it thoroughly heated tho eggs Elder last week wero put in As I hud never had any Mr Stuirt Ovvings and wifo visited Mrs experienco with u machine before in fact this wai tho first had ever seen Conway Monday I was doubtful us to result A of the first Mr S J Elder wife and children hatch but made up my mind to givo it spent New Years at Sirocco nil tho care and attention I tiossiuly I watched it pretty closely night Mr and Mrs Kell of Ixmisville nro could and day nnd did not get u good nights visiting relatives ut this place rest for tho threo weeks tho eggs wero Misses Maud and Sallio Osborne visit- Â¬ hatching Tho result was that I took ed Miss Minnie Sucll last week 230 chicks out of tho incubator from 820 1 put them iu tho brooder nnd eggs Misses Sue Owings Edna Trent nnd Al- Â¬ Ben Trent visited Mr Boones family of succeeded iu raising most of them though it was lute I concluded that I Little Bend last week would try it again putting in 800 eggs Mr Sam Batman from Illinois is visit- Â¬ This time as I knew moro about run- Â¬ ing Miss Sailio Carter nnd rumor says ning the machine 1 did uot attend to it I regulnted It or watch it so close he slinll uot return alone night and morning when filling tho All nro superabundantly invited to lnmp and turning tho eggs I did not attend tho Ball to bo given ot Howards loso n wink of sleep this time Still 1 11 11 Wolf Cieek social hall Dec got C2j chicks from 850 fertile eggs 1 Mrs Owitigs Misses Iebecca Owings did not havo such good luck ruifing this for something went anil Ebtelin Elder have gotten homo lot ns tho wrong with tho brooder lumps when the from Mooloyvillo nnd Cliennult where few days old nnd they have been spending tlui holidays chicks 1 wero only u went to look nt them m tho when Mr Will Hamilton is progressing nice- Â¬ morning tho lumps wero both out nnd ly with his school He is talking of most of tho chicks chilled to that that Wo hope ho they did not get over it In tho first teaching a Spring school may be successful in getting it for we batch tiieio wero probably between 40 CO eggs holding birds ready to come will hate to givo Hilly up especially nnd I wrote the maker of out but nil dead some member of the fair sex tho incubator us to the probable cause Tliankio Miss Parr for your nice lit- and ho replied tlmt it was for want of tlo compliment Your letters are so nice moisture nltliougli thero wero two pans 1 am always delighted to get tho news of water above tho eggs At tho last when there is a letter frrm Moolojvillo hatch I put n shallow pan of water uu I am glad my simple littlo letters interest der each egg truy on tho eighteenth day and thero wero fewer dead birds someone especially people with such Tho chicks wero fed firtt on tho inferMills cor Â¬ tile eggs boiled and chopped up fino intellects as you and Clifton respondent posess then wo mixed up coruuitnl and bran The parties given by Misses Minnie with milk baked tho mixturo and Suell nnd Mamie Eathcrton were en Â¬ crumbled it up nud fed it dry After tho first week they had small wheat and joyed by till Altera whirl of cracked corn in fact nnytliing thoy games tho would cut all such Finely ground bone ia a crowd wns invited out to partako of an vuluablo addition to the bill of faro abundant repast such as makes the James Button in Rural New Yorker mouth of those that enjoy eating water W3 Mock retiHiif I will close by saying they did the supper justice and as your correspondent failed Our manner of feeding each kind of Horses when not at to put in hij appearance I can only tell stock is ns follows work receive six ears of corn in tho what I havo picked up from gossip morning and four ijuurts of outs in tho Died Dec Lawrence Toomoy Eider evening with plenty of good nutritious son of Mr nnd Mis SJ Elder He who hay nnd aro turned upon a blue grnes gave him thought best to take him pusturo every day that is not stormy home It is said that tho good die and when working they get eight ears of Be ft to Ho was an infant of corn or sis marts of oats threo times a young three weeks and his sufferings wero nn day with an hour at noon to eat hay Our cattle such as dry cows lieifers dcsoribablo Oh how patiently ho boro and steers nro fed onco a day with shell until the angel of death came to ed corn nud outs in equal parts with tlieiu tako him from us who loved him so well plenty of buy all- the time Our milk May he who is all powerful comfort tho cows aro fed liberally twico a day with ground feed oats and corn or oats corn bereaved parents in their afllietioiis Only a flower budded on earth to bloom nud bran To tho calves aro given night in heaven His remains wero deposit nnd morning ground outs and corn apiece ed in Highland grave yard Tho parents about a quart Tho sheep are fed onco a day on extend heart felt thanks to tho neighbors shelled corn and outs jn equal parts with for their kindness to their little one hay nnd nre turned upon a bluo grass pusturo during tho day when the During tho epidemic of la grippe weather Is favorable Our hogs nro fed lightly with corn Chamberlains Cough Itcmedy took tho lend hero and was much better liked twico a day and all get u small rutipu of oilmenl twico a week which to II M than other cough medicines gether with tho house slops keep3 them Bangs druggist Chutswoith 111 The in lino condition grip is much the same as n very severe Wo ruiso our calves uion the cows cold and requires precisely the same turning them to and from them night treatment This KemedyJs prompt and and morning until they aro 4 or 0 effectual and will preventany tendency mouthsold but beforo weaning them w of the disease toward pneumonia For always have them taught to eut ground sale by A H Fisher Cioverpoit nud feed tuid scarcely ever havo u calf to Kincheloe Mondor A Co Hnrdiiisburg fall off froin weaning Cor Breeders Gazette Druggists Mr Ciias Carman fiom Petersburg writes I know Salvation Oil lo ben very good remedy for neuralgia rheuma Â¬ tism burns toothache and cuts Wo nre never without it III 1 give fitting W L DOUCLAS Shoes arc stylish easy Try one nnd and bebetterconpair satisfaction at the prices lulvertlscd than any other make vlnccd The stamping of W L Douglas 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cents n year Agents Wines and Liquors Ky nnd subscribers receive ncceptnblo prem Â¬ dlnsburg Rhodes Sheriff McDanlels Ky F K iums Cliristmas is coming and many Charles Miller Hardinsburg Ky Tho Purest anil Bct W I Hamsey Clovcrport Ky oi our lady acquaintances will have a V S Cart Union Star Ky good chance of procuring some valuable R S Sklllman Clerk Hardinsburg Ky presents with very littlo work Frank lieavln Surveyor Clovcrport Ky For Altar Purposes John Sluton Jiller Hardinsburg Ky Wo aro sure the publishers Tho COUNTY couicr Housewife Corporation will bo pleased Convenes third Monday in each month Wo givo our attention to the Thomas Adklsinn Judge Ilurdlmburg Ky to send sample copiis to any ono asking Family Trade Milton Hoard Attorney Hardinsburg Ky When you want for them Send them n postal card John G Monarch Clerk Hardinsburg Ky something pure and good give mo tlUlllTEIlliY COtJIIl Convenes f urtb Monday in March June a call ROCK HAVEN The continual succession of boils pim ples and eruptions from which many suffer indicates an impure state of the blood The most effective remedy is Ayers Sarsaparilla It expels the ol son harmlessly through tho natural chan- Â¬ nels nnd leaves the skin clean and clear Â¬ If You Want IYE5 THE MOST your MONEY Take the JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE DIRECTORY For Christmas CALIFORNIA WINES September nnd December We had a lovely day yesterday Miles llruner the merchants of this place do a lively business The liiiKCKKNiiiKdK News is eagerly 1 Â¬ sought after on every Wednesday The Rock Haven Cement Co nro re rooting their buildings at this place Tho Misses Crists of Stephonsport nre visiting their sister Mrs Jnck Thorns berry of tliis placo Mrs Nimrod Cayhlll and Mr John- Â¬ nie Richardson each gave a nice dance to tho young folks last week The Sunday school children enjoyed n nico X mas treo on X mns night Many nico presents wero given away Mr C Deppo and bride nee Miss Rosa Anderhub returned homo last night nfter a weeks visit to Mr Deppes parents iu Charleston both nre looking well Â¬ The bridge carpenters will move from this place to Stephensport in a tow days George Driskil and Dave Marshall are in great glee but Ed Hyner looks sad as he has three girls in town That mus- Â¬ tache caught them Sam Keys says uny place suits him ROME IND Beautiful wenther for X nias nnd New Yi nr Mrs Louisa Wilson went to Cnnnelton shopping last week Tho X mus Ladder nt the M E church was very well attended Mr James Wilson teaching school at Troy was horns X nun week Mr Georgo Dietz of Louisville hus been visiting relatives in town for the past two weeks Mr Willio Nold Schmidt of Blooming ion was homo on n short vacation last week to see his parents Mr Albert Bauui of Clovcrport is visiting his brother Mr Lonnio Buum near Koine during tho holidays Wo nro so glad to say About a year ago I took a violent at- Â¬ tack of la grippe I coughed day and night for about six weeks my wife then suggested that I try Chainlx rlaius Cough Remedy At first I could scd no differ- Â¬ ence but still kept taking it and soon found that it was what I needed If I got no relief from one doso I took an other and it was onlv a few days until I was free from the cough I think people in general ought to know the vnluo of this remedy nnd I tako pleasure in acknowledging tho benefit I have received from it Madison Mustard Otway Ohio 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A It Tall MtiiillJrai Meador Ono of tho characteristic grasses ot Esher Clovcrport nnd Witt thopluius is the tall mosquito or gramma Hardinsburg druggists grass It uot only is abundant on the How About the Weather Â¬ Â¬ Courts on Wednesday suo ceeding the first Monday in Man h June September and Decainber Magistrates lien T Milter and Lum Illack Constable Lee lllsh op Hardinsburg City Court J It llusby Mayor Dent Brown Marshall V 11 Uab Â¬ bage Attorney City Court olvil terms first Monday In Mar ih June September and De Â¬ cember Clmvfrpout Courts Thursday succeeding the first Monday in March June September and December Magistrates Dudley Ham bleton and Joseph Mullen Tbos Constable Keenan Clovcrport City Court Civil terms first Monday In March June September and Mayor Charles Mghtfoot December Mar Â¬ shal Jaines Hambleton MgDjniels Magistrates Henry R Dean Rock Vale MoDaniels Sam V Parsons Conitabln leo W Button Ruth Courts at Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Mon Â¬ day In March June September and Decem Â¬ ber and nt MoDaniels Tuesdays alter the seo ond Monday in said months HuDSonviLiil Magistrates Geo Harned Custer Henry 0 Drno Hudson Constable John Nevitt Constantino Courts at Hudson vllle on Wednesday succeeding the second Monday in March June September and De- Â¬ cember and at Custer on Thursday following the same months Dewleyvillic Magistrates Riley Dowell Irvlngton C 0 Martin Uig Spring Con- Â¬ stable John Pileit Courts at Ilewleyvllle on Friday succeeding the second Monday in March June September and D3emberandat Webster on Saturday Uxion Star Magistrates James J Severs Union Star John W Jarrett Stepbensport Constable Jabes Haynes Courts at Union Star on Wedneiday succeeding the third Mon Â¬ day In Marobf June Septimbcr and Dtcem ber and at Stephensport on Thursday Habdinsbukq HI A 1 1 sTi II I VI OISTUIGTV R E Mattingly L Tammany Saloon HARDINSBURG KY y Dr J Moorman k Resident Dentist OLOVERPORT KY Ofllcu faction V with Mr EfrAll kinds of Denfal work done and satis Â¬ Hml of llrldtru J T Owen Kafcl gunnteed Louisville St Loufs Texas R R Co TIME SCHEDULE M600oclcnjM7Dcl7l893 Htit Hound iVains 63 Mull it Hxprs Itxprs STATIONS Pally Dally 6 30pm 7 4um IvUnn 6 45 72 7 SO 7 47 3STO 22 Tallinn- - Iffcct Mail A M Kxprs Bxpr FISCAL COtlllT At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after the first Monday in April and Ootober 800 8 40 ptar Kentucky St Westlolnt Kkron Uuston Dally Dally 1245pm 8 3pm 12 SO 815 m Itov F C Iglclinrt Now York writes Acorn on tho too Isu tlioru In the flesh which C C C Certain Corn Cnro most mer cifully remove 7M 8 04 8 21 UU M 9 07 813 830 917 9 20 9 31 9 45 10U4 Howard ltocklUvcn Lontfllranch lirandenburi Irvington Webster Lodiburg IUrce Simple Holt lltOun 1147 1132 1121 1110 1107 10 59 1060 1041 10 S3 7 35 7 30 714 7 67 U 83i UIM 8 45 954 U48 40 0 30 6M 611 6 mi J D BRASHEAR 865 900 914 917 931 9 43 9 24 TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick House 1014 1020 1028 1033 1030 1060 1063 11 Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman Cayce 1025 10 20 1011 1010 11 567 662 5 5 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 0J 918 9 45 5 40 JO 6 43 21 21 00 954 10 02 S 11 IU 1007 1012 1018 10 35 10 48 10 54 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ itlet that Mr 0 0 Â¬ Sliclliunnlinsquit wiullng We can sym pathize with tho Stephonsport corres- Â¬ pondent Thero will bo servico at tho M E church Sunday morning and night by Itev Itohlnson Sabbath school nt half past two Mr Curt Willett returned homo lat week from New Orleans to spend tho holidays We wero glad to see him buck looking so well Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla When Baby was sick wo her Castorla When she Child she cried for Castor When she became-- Miss she clunjf to OutorU When she had Cbfldrso she cae thero Castorla iu eo The Weekly Courier Journal publish Â¬ ed at Louisville Ky delights in keeping its subscribers guessing In addition to being ho greatest Democratic newspaper published it has been n pioneer in enter- Â¬ prises tlmt require thought and figuring on the part of its subscribers Tho Weeklys estimating contest on tho elec- Â¬ tion in 1892 by which 14400 In gold coin were distributed among forty five guessers Is a Baiuplo of this Tho latest guessing offer of this papo is on tho weather that ono subject on which wo nil consider ourselves prophets Tho Weokly Courier Journal pro ioses to give 1000 in cash to Its subscribers who can namo tho coldest day in the month of February 1801 at Louisville Ky and A VAIATAUM IOIIAOB OKARS western plains but ns fur eastward as guess closest to the lowest temperaturo Now York and southward ns Mexico on this day The contest closes January Every new subscriber who Somo ngiicnlturnl writers consider this 31 1894 n very promising- and vuluablo forugo sends 1 can make one guess and every grass old Hiibscriher who renews sending 1 Tho tall uwqnitolu ono of the so culled can guess Send for a sample copy ot the buffalo grnsioi tho tulf curing susten- Â¬ paper for full particulars Write at once ance of tho buff do iu times past and the as the time is short present food of thousands of cattle sheep nnd Indian ponies Several other Buck skin gloves for Engineers at Uab kinds of grasses are included under the general head Buffalo grass the species bagot under consideration says Tho Prairie TU Hvl fl4Ut r Farmer grows about two feet in height WAYNES tho stem bearing many spikelots the w red stamens of which during its time of OINTMENT bloom givo thefcpikesn veryoraamenta wttMft it UUrmU sMiwi appearance I Mr MMBt lick iilsM f7mfcisU ssft - kLts JTTI k Tito lost season has proved the White t kl wlllik1iW i4lrM t Wonder cucumber to bo u burdyaml ky i4 MWtU JUM t iraulBU prolific variety iivruiJJfku ra4tjrfriiiUiiwU Thero is a steady iucreaso in the num Â¬ ber of agricultural implements of Ameri Â¬ can manufacture which are sold to for SULZIRB eign countries CLOVERPORT KY Desires to seo all tho tobacco farmers of this and Eurrouiuling country 1109 1114 1119 1125 1133 1145 1163pm 1210am 1121 1130 1131 1140 UAS4in 1212pm 1222 1233 1238 1242 1250 1267 llawesville Petrle Ialcon Iewftuort 1 owers Pates Owcnsboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsville 983 922 914 908 9 04 49 4M 41 41 31 20 011 868 840 825 815 802 7 54 4W 3 47 3 41 337 380 323 108 727 316 111 Aasketts 719 310 1 30pm arHendersn Iv 705am 265pm 7 43 751 7 35 The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Is a ten page eight column Democratic News Â¬ paper It contains the best of everything golny Hinrt Wattkrson Is the Editor LouisvineHadfnsburg TAKING DiTT7 Western R R No 3 TIME TABLE - - Price 100 a Year - - EFFECT JULY 29 1891 iuwutiu AtHUOUnaTril n iiii Dnllv Dally I Daily ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 5 No 2 No t Nol 11 00am Ly Irvlneton Ar 930a 1140 1165am The Wrikly Couhub Journal makes very liberal terms to agents and gives free pre Â¬ Sample copies of the paper miums for clubs and four pige Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to 1212 12 Courier - Journal Gompany LOUISVILLE ARO KY THE BREOKENMDOE NEWS Til It 118 125 145 220 232 241 259 loo 48 8 20 uarncia Harned 800 Hardlnsburir 7 40 Kirk 710 Jolly 7 CO Glendeane 6 40 6 SO lnmnfr ar lallilloughlv 610 Weekly Courier - Journal Will be sent one year t any address for 200 Address JNO D1HU1IA0E Clovcrport Ky lluth 620 Askins 618 Oali son 33pm ArFordsville Iv 4 41am THE LOUISVILLE L K iiocKvaie 637 ST LOUIS AIR LINE tablersph A SURE 1 SHORTEST ASTLRR QUICKEST AND BEST LINK TO bugkeyeJULE OINTMENT mkm wmv E r Evans ville West and South Wegt AND ALL POINTS Time Card io Effect St Louis Jul i4S 31 m 1892 MsuIUi-tA- sVfttV Arr St Louis ETaniTill 720 pm ttJO 1 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES REMEDY FOR PILES RICmiDKU KIDiniS to tnrtn IWS For further Ufnrmatlon eall RACAMPBELL UnM Vass J B CAMPBELL Mil9iflflB onr tddr - tvtt and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the BEST St Aft St Jills Wo OUT Tlskst LouIitIIU Ky 0m D P TibS W Cm tJ JkHi a n iiiT nrrmiriTfT ii i THR BftGJmiSIRlDGR NMS OLOVfePORt KY Right About Face 0 m --t - h tSC fc Trp a package of Kcm Kom Sulzers KM IM Hon Tlco Jolly was in Iho clly ycnter day lNORI0Atrp C M McGlothan of Union Slur was Ky iu the city Thursdry Of Cloverport MEETS OUT THE COUNCIL At tc iIum itrUuilneM Ikicnilierjulti vl Cutlt Richardson says he is in the into NEVER ONCE MENTIONS fer county court clerk asshis Nnpsacl Hills discounted I57S44 J THE MUDDLED POLICE You havo been humbugged long enough by buying your Cloth Â¬ David M Duncan attended tin- - litll MMnrra anil Kuril linejsn mi Um llsriklnir llmiwnil l JUDGE AFFAIR ing nt houses Unit innkn you pay for costly nilvertisoinentri niul concert in l oulsvllle Inst week iJoj 71 lrlil In Suit Irnlcsl Aiciiniit J101 piile Hhow attractions Mako up your mind that in the futuro Order Fleishmans yeast with yourblll 7 Ovcrdralt J MS4 1 of giocerlcs this week IlomU Sulzers rrnm Hank SyilS Due A Doliborativo Body That Sooms 1721111 Georgo W McCubblns of Stephens rHde mill Currency nnirt 07 port came down yesterday on business To Bo Loaded to the Muzzlo IIAIllliTIKS The Mendo County Teachers Associa Â¬ Slock With Surprises for tho Cailtl Funds MSm tion meets at Brandenburg mxt Satur Â¬ Surplus ayi Profit j Inillvldeil Pooplo 4rJ 47 day Kiind In piy Inxe 415 Dividend No 39 4 per cent declared Mr James T Stewart of Webster was lyM thin tiny Which will land you safely nt our place of business with us One to Hanks 11 10 in the city yesterday doing sonic tra ciflj33 Individual Deposits FINANCIAL HTATKil lNT Ol LAST you are always safe We sell you only honest Clothing at panic Certificates orDcposit 4 Sum ding 3U74 3 YlltllS WOItlC SHOWS THAT prices Many persons havo not yet bought a Winter outfit To S D Lloyd of Columbus Ohio Mrs 11076 07 TIIK CITY WAS WKLL such we wish to say you stand in your own light if you fail to is lie guest of her mother Mrs Thomas A H Skillman Cashier January 1st iS ITIAftAUKll Sawyer call on us and see our too largo assortment Our prices have Breckenridge News Mr and Mrs Geo StraelTer of Louis- Â¬ been so reduced that it requires littlo money to buy ville wero visiting Mr and Mrs G W LIGHTFOOT HOLDS THE FORT WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1891 Jordan last week Modern is Modern is our luctuou LOCAL BREVITIES our stylo and moderate is our prico iu This new Citizens Council ot Clov- Â¬ clothing Sulzers erport seems to bo loaded with surprises Ketn Kotn coal saver Sulzers Dr Sam Hambleton Charles Tito and for tho people They seem not to do the Tho Hver is on a little boom comlnir Cy Li I lard aro spending a few days hunt Corner Third Market Sts expected but deal out the slowly up ing down on Green river with speed and indis and Kluiriliinnns yeast lots of it this week LOUISVILLE KY Mr J E Keith the marble man made crimination Sulzers Tho first surprise was when they by a business trip through Meade county B Be sure you come to tne right store Evaporated peaches pears and apri Â¬ and upper Breckenridge last week acclamation elected F IN DHuy City Sulz rs cots One house and lot for s tie on tho Hill Clerk A better selection could not havo been made but Mr DHuy is a The spire of life is the variety of gro- Â¬ Lot SOxJOO price 80000 Address strong Democratic partisan and last fall ceries at Sulzers M Bell Cloverport Ky J Quarterly Report ho could against tho Citizens Gideon P Jolly Is Dead Cold weather needables at hard times ol the A ye rs Cathartic Fills stimulato the did all The next surprise was when prices Sulzerss appetite and regulate tho bowels ticket Mar Have you seen Aycrs Alma- Â¬ they elected Georgo Jordan City Miss Elizabeth Hull is visiting her Try them IIARDINSnUKG KY shal hardly any one was expecting that Last Saturday tho Last on Earth At the clnsu of business on thu 2 til tin of nac father at Webster Tho greatest surprise of all was when IKccnilicr iSiij of tho Rospectod and Hon- Â¬ Tho Come To Jesus is now lying Gus Brown was chosen City Attorney What shall wp have for breakfast ItliSOlIlfliS Ioiniunil DIm until less luini ti Hour cakes and maple syrup Sul ored Man over at Tobinsport It did not set tho over Reub Miller who If ho was not the Corn Dirvilnrs tK SuS ij Loans tu Directors oflkcri not ln river afire in a religious way while at originator of tho Citizen ticket scheme zers cimicni this city Loans to Ofliccrs The Misses Munford of Guston took was ono of tho principal movers in form Â¬ A Short Sketch of His Useful and SucOverdrafts securcil For special prices and fine effects call ing it and worked hard for its success in the Patti concert at Louisville last Overdrafts unsecured 7 l cessful Earthly Career Due from Nntlonil Hanks JoSS j at tho picture gallery any tinto from now while Mr Brown affiliated with tho Dem week Due from Mitc Hanks ami II inkers till January 10th C L Knight Clover ocrats in opposition Mrs F Frazeand Mius Lafio Lnfleist Due from Trust Companies FUNERAL MONDAY HIS attended the V concert at Louisville port Ky Tito Council met in adjourned session 66SS 7 Ilinklnir House and Lot J57 5 This meet Wesley Staples aud Miss Nellie Jones Friday night the 5th Inst last week Other Ileal Kstate Mortgages of Orcckcnridgo Co weio married in the ing had been adjourned from Monday Mr Gideon Stocks and ltomls Hon I It Murray was in Frankfort IIiiuissiiuiwiKYJnn8 49S00 1841 i last Friday and visited both houses of office of Judgo Rnwlings at Brandenburg night preceeding that tho Council might 1 Jolly died nt his home in this placo Specie Currency ccou ou last Monday obtain some information on tho much last Saturday evening the ith Inst nt 0 Kxchatirs for Clearings tho Legislator 68 J j Engineer Fattio Reld is laying off mixed Folico Judgo muddlo and perma- oclock Mr Jolly hud not been con- Other Items cnrrled as Cash Geo Wolf Si Co the leading juwelery nently settle It on this night and with fined to his bed but a few days but for Furniture nnd Fixtures firm of Louisville made an assignment because of a soro oye caused by sitting Taxes lilil I up Into o nights reading The Count of the knowledge of this fact the house was several montlm past his general health Current Lxpiuves looj 0 last Saturday Other Assets But in this tho anx Â¬ has been on tho decline His death re again crowded Monto Christo Ed Brashear catno near dying of spectators wero moves from tho town ono of its most Mr James G Harris of near Hardins- Â¬ ious and expectant kidney trouble at his homo in Hawesvile LIAIIILITILS burg was in tho city yesterday Mr diomed to disappointment and surprise prominent aud popular citizens Ho Capital Stock paid iu In cith i5ono 1x1 one day last week Not only was tho Judgo question not was liked and admired by every body Surplus Fund Harris is a prospective Republican can Â¬ Undivided Fronts 7U0 5S The Cloverport High school resumed settled but never was it oven mentioned bucauso of his universal kindness and Due Depositors as follows vl for jailer Deposits sulijrit to check on wotk last week with its usually largo at didate It is now the general supposition that Socially which Interest Is not paidfjJ5S 57 Tho Frymlrc Woolfolk Wimp wed the Mayor and members of tho Council his disposition to make friends tendance of pupils to ho had few equals nnd few men had so Deposits subjectrentcheck ton which per Â¬ Interest Mr Geo II Lamkin has been made ding party came down on tho train Mon- who wero so eager to tako action on many friends or was better known Is paid took dinner at tho Fryrairo lesl ccrtitiotcs of Monday night had learned that thoy throughout the entire county His long Demandwhich percent deposit auditor of Ihe Louisville St Louis and day and on inter dence near Union Star est is piJ Tt xus Hallway Company liavq nothing whatever to do with the public career brought him in contact Time certmcutcs of deposit Wo will continuo to mako photographs case but that it must bo settled between inn flitch 1 per cent In Misses Linnie DHuy and Ola Alex Â¬ with a great many people who admired tin I is paid prices til January 10th after ox Mayor Lightfoot and Judgo elect 5507004 ander liavo returned to Ciacinnati to at reduced and respected him 7v1S f that date tho prico will be raised C L Gregory or in tho courts Savll its deposits on which resumo their studies at school Mr Jolly was brought up on a farm percent Interest Is paid Knight Cloverport Ky Tho bonds for the soveral city officers but early in life entered county politics Ceitilied checks If so call and see Do you wear pants National Hanks Smith English has thrown away wero presented and accepted that of tho His career in this lino was in a measuro Due State Hanks ml Hankers Die our assortment this week We have Due Trust Companies crutch and cane and can now walk with- Â¬ Marshal being on tho condition that it successful as ho held olllco in tho countempting bargains Sulzers Cashiers checks outstanding out limping He has 73 shot in his legs proved to bo good As it had tho signa ty first and last for about forty years Hills rcdiscountcd Unpaid dUidends The protracted meeting will begin at that could not be taken out ture of a Btranger Georgo Straeffer of He first held tho office of deputy sherill Taxes due und unpaid Holts Chapel on Monday night beforo Other Â¬ Tho Entre Nous gave a hantlsom enter- Louisville on it an investigation as to under his father in 1811 and served two Interest Liabilities jSio 75 Karned S G Shelly the Hit Sunday 314 4 tainment last night at tho residence of his financial standing had to bo made years Ho was afterwards elected Sher- Â¬ exchange Famed lent Larnid 30 ou There is an end to everything but Mr and Mrs Albert A Lalleist at tho before it would bo finally accepted iff of tho county and held tho ollico V7 there is no end to tho bargains to be corner of High and Second streets A statement from tho City Clerk giv Â¬ about six years lie was then olected found on our counters this week Sul I KkNTUCKV Mr and Mrs W II Bowmer Mrs D ing the receipts and expenditures for the to tho Legislature and served there ono bTATK OKof llreckenride j County 7 rs ho was elected year 180i leaves an indebtedness of term In August 18 IM II Heard Cashier of Hank ol ILirdinshuru R Murray Mr and Mrs John Jarboo u Hank located and doini business in the town Mrs Eva Fusey and daughter Nannie and Mrs Jesse Moorman attended tho only I31D4 not yet paid When wo Circuit Court Clerk and two years later of Hardinsburg In said county being duly of Chicago who have been visiting her funeral of Dr Green Sterctt at Hawes remember that many much needed and County Court Clerk filling both posi sworn says that the foregoing Heport It In nil respects true statement of Inc condition of mother Mrs Munford at Guston during ville last Thursday appreciated city Improvements wero tions until 1802 when ho was re elected the said Hank at the dole of business on the 2d day of December iSut tu the best of his knowtho holidays returned homo last weok figures show that Ho was defeated in 1801 for County ledge nnd belief and further says that the busiDaisy Beavin says that ho is a Re Â¬ made last year these ness of been transacted at Tho K Fs will have their annual publican candidate for jailer Ho claims tho city affairs wero well and economic- Â¬ Clerk but in 1800 was elected to fill out location said Hank has elsewhere and that the named and not the ally administered and tho result is quite tho unexpired term of Mr Hambleton ahoe report is made in compliance with an blow out nest Friday night at their that ho has fought the Democrats all ofllchil notice received Jrom the Secretary of lodge rooms over Fishers drug store along tho gangway and that tho Re different from what tho cheap campaign He was defeated for Circuit Glerk in Stste designating the ij day of December lAlt as thu day on which such report shall be made would last Clerk in 1870 talk All Knights and their families are re- Â¬ qupllcan convention M II Heard Cashier cant afford not to ono of bankruptcy Duringfalllast year lead 1808 and for County again in 1872 but Ho tho was elected Sheriff MoHHis HsKKitxiE Director to bellevo spectfully invited to attend notninato him II F HtKD Director streets were graded and graveled mud held this ofilco for two years and in 187 Judgo Milton Board aud son Dr Milt Will Milled Director Mr Ed Johnson a well known citizen Subscribed and sworn to before me by M II Â¬ on Board of Hardinsburg were in tho of Guston died at tho residence of his holes filled up stopping stones placed at was again elected County Clerk and re Heard Cashier the 3d day of January it K Hahnes city yesterday The Judge js offering daughter Mrs C O Smith last Wed Â¬ important crossings culverts built street elected in 1878 Ho hold tho ofilco of Notary lubllc himself as a candidate for ro olectiou to nesday after a short illness Ho was in lamps bought and placed ami tho city County Court Clerk in all nineteen liglited besides littlo improvements and years and at tho time of his death was a Sheriffs Sale for Taxes tho County Attorneys place his 75th year Ho was buried at Big expenditures to numerous to mention candidate for tho Republican nomina The only explanation Mr 0 W Spring Thursday By vlrtuo of Taxes due tho Commonwealth also school bonds to the amount of 100 tion for tho olllco again Had ho lived of Kentucky and tho County of ilreckenrldgo Â¬ Moorman gives of tho many rumors refor the yean 18S3 1889 1890 01 UJ ind The steamer City of Owensboro after were redeemed and destroyed If tho it would undoubtedly havo been given garding his candidacy for sherifFs place 93 following for having been laid up for repairs about ton present Ciizon Council will keop tho him because ho was tho most popular tbe by the designated named partiei and sell we will proceed to on the Republican ticket is that tho are years do as well It will be man in his party in thin county nnd no for cash In bund on Monday February 12th days came out again last week and her good work up and without foundation on his part monster wheels aro again pounding tho all tliat tho other citizens of Cloverport ono could havo defeated him for any 1894 at the Court House door In Hardinsburg Ky tbe following described property or a Tho Entre Nous club will give a Na- Â¬ bosom of the Ohio between Louisville ask of them nomination ho may havo desired Mr sufficient amount tberoof to pay tbe several tional TeVtlio first of theirseriea Thurs- Â¬ After allowing just claims to tho Jolly was ambitious even at an ago when amounts of tuxes and costs and Evansville day Jan 11th at the residence of Mrs of one lot amount of 18225 tho Council did a most men would havo preferred to havo lien luthrie Ky Col See Deed near Har dinsburg Dook 4i Tho softening weather has started to- Â¬ Wra II Bowmer Hours 2 to 5 Ad charitable act by ordering F N DHuy been out of politics but ho seemed to 103 tax for the years 1891 1892 page uisslon 10 cents All cordially Invited bacco to moving with a lively gait Tho to let Annie Jones a sick colored woman havo his heart set on tho County Clerks 1893 Amount tax and cost 1200 Misses Emma Bartles and Bessie Jar factories hero havo been kopt quite busy Mrs Susan M Cox one lot In Hardinshave provlsjons to tho amount of 5 oflico again and had ho lived wo doubt See Deed Hook 30 page burg Ky or the last two days unloading aud boe and Messrs Jack Moorman and A On examination it is found that Boino of not that ho would havo been successful 141 tax for the years 1891 1892 and weighing tho weed There is a largo B Skillman attended un entertainment 1693 15 Oi Amount tax and cost the city ordinances aro not in accordFew men iu tlo county had so much Jesse K Hayes one vacant lot in Har given by Miss Matnio Ireland at her quanity of tobacco bought here but tho state laws and tho Ordin personal popularity acquired through ance with tho See Deed Dook ii dinsburg Ky homo in Stcretts bottom one evening season has been so dry that farmers page 382 tax for tbe year 1892 ance Coramjtteo was directed to mako many years of servico and social inter- Â¬ could not deliver it last week 133J Amount tax and cost an investigation und comparison and re- Â¬ course among tho people Jordan Taber i interest In 3 acre lot Virgo Babbage of Hardinsburg Is a Mr Beverly has a forco of forty no port at tho next meeting as to what ex- Â¬ In all tho public positions which Mr In Hardinsburg Ky See Deed Dook prospective candidate for County Judge groesatwork in his factory stemming 35 page 328 tax for the years 1891 tent they cqnfiict Jolly held ko far as wo havo been ablo If fitness and tobacco of Breckenridge county 1892 and 1693 It looks like tho good old Council thon adjourned judgo he performed his duties faithfully Robt Moredock Amount of tax and cost 1J 3J 47 acres See Deed party serviqo wore worth anything ho times have como again to see tho dar- Â¬ Tito Police Judgo muddlo seems to bo nnulionorahly discharged every obliga- Â¬ Book 37 page 61 tax for tha years would and ought to liuvo no opposition kies Jerking out tho stems and pull no nearer a settlement than it was a tion committed to him 1891 1892 and 1893 Amount tax and CO His loss will be felt not alone by those cost Hancock Clarion ing for their pay at tho rates of 200 wepk ago Ex Mayor Lightfoot is hold Â¬ withwnoin ho was so closely identified Arthur S Mays 115 acres of land See 11 t He declares it to bo tho best remedy pounds per day Tho good times aro Deed Book W page 195 tax the year ing on and performing tho duties of tho socially but by tho community at largo Mr D T Good for cough aud croup 15 1882 Amount tax and cult Mr Jolly was 71 years of ago His coming they are right hero if wo would office Judge elect L G Gregory has writes I keep Pr only think so The town was crowded 12 years of ago nnd John WCarter 57 acres on norh fork Columbia Tenn his commission and has taken tho oath father lived to boearliest settlers of the of Bough Creek adjoining A A Bulls Cough Syrup in tho house all tho Monday with tobacco wagons and tho of ofilco though ho has not yet demand Â¬ was ono of tho Smiley tax for the years 1891 and county 1882 time It is tho best remedy for cough oost 1245 Amount ot tax Yallor boys were paid out in largo ed tho surrender of tho docket Ex Mr Jolly was buried by the Masonic fra- Samuel Gilbert one lot in and Stephensport and croup I over used quantities Lightfoot on being questioned by ternity an order of which ho had been a Mayor Ky See Ded Book 42 page 79 tax Ho for n number of One of tho prettiest front yaids in the Ami tax and cost 90 for the year 1889 I am yet per- member a consistent member years Mr E T Haynes visited friends at a Jkwh repprtcr said of tho M Nathaniel Basliam 75 acres land See was also city now is that of Hon D II Murray forming- the duties as Folico Judgo of K church of this place Tho funeral Deed Book 41 page 248 tax for tbe Gas City Indiana last wook and return- Â¬ A now iron fenco of an admirable pat at tax and cost which year 1890 ed with a splendid opinion of tho place the City of Cloverport and holding my services wero occured Instu Monday con2 Jerry Hook oneAmountHardinsburg Ky I0P5 lot In large tern has just been completed around it oclock attended by Ho says that every thing is moving there accustomed courts No ono has asked courso of friends adjoining Ben Hohardi and Jerry and tho natural beauties of tho location Taber Tux fur Ihe years 1890 91 VI in a brisk manner All tho raanufact cue for tho docket or keys to tho ofilco are handsomely displayed Amount tax and cost and 93 1805 uring establishments aro running with yet and if they do I most assuredly will Jas Hall and wife lot 23 In Union Star Two of our largo business houses got the excoption oKtho United States glass not glvo them up until tho courts decldo See DsedBook42 page 108 tax Ky to cutting on granulated sugar lust Sat Â¬ works and they are making dreparations that I must If tho Attorney Goncral for Iho years 1888 18S1I 1S90 1891 1892 Amcunt tax and ooit 2270 urday and in wont down to 4 cents a for an early start In the opinion of Mr of whom I understand advico has been J 0 Brasbiars beirs i lot No 3 In pound Feople took advuntagtt of tho Haynes a grand and prosperous futuro asked should decldo that tho place is who aro thin hollow-chost-- od Sea Deed Book Stephensport Ky 40 page 453 tax for tbe years 1889 cut and bought in largo quantities for Gas City is assured Natural cps is vacant I still would not yield Jack or growing too fast aro 1890 1891 and 1892 atnt tax and cost 2280 is not my attorney and his Thousands of pounds wero sold plontiful and cheap and used extrava- Â¬ Hendricks mado Strong Robust and Mahals Bruner 160 acres near Preston ThoToxashas at last arranged a Jim gantly There is enough gas within tho opinion is po better than that of any Assestin her name tax for tbe Ky Healthy by years 1691 and 1892 well informed lawyer Amount tax Crow department on their trains This city limits already developed to heat and other 1299 and cost Mr Gregory says I have received was done by putting a petltlou In tho light tho great city of Chicago All that Clay Swltser beirs 1U0 acres of land on smoker and now all colored people manufactures have to do is to set their my commission and taken tho outh of Yellow Bank creek tax for the ycurs 1890 1891 and 892 and amount tax office I havo not yet askod for tho jmmmmmmemamitsr must take the front department of these plant and turn it on 1155 and cost coach es And whites aro not allowed in docket because- I am awaiting tho decis Â¬ Jno B Huberts one lot In Sample Ky ion of the Attorney General before I thcro next to J H Hamptons tax for tha To The Public years 1889 1890 1891 and 1891 make a movo Tho cose has been laid Mr S M Ddane whose death has Amount tax and enst 2235 been expected at his homo in Owensboro I am uo longer a candidate for county before tho Attorney General and ho has Six per ecnt will be eddnd tu all these lilts tho Croara of Cod llvcr Oil when sold We are also preparing a large for several weeks Is now reported W be court clerk I baye so determined for promised an early reply I shall bo list that will soon follow this If tbe taxes art It is thought that the reasons which I consider ample and Buf gujded by what he says and shape my It contains material for mak- Â¬ some better not paid at once ing healthy Flesh and Bonos critical point in his illness is passed ficent In with drawing my name from actions accordingly Respecfully all appearances it seems that F K Rnodss B P 0 and friends are inspired before the convention I wish to express From and his relatives Curos Coughs Cold3 nnd I my hearty thanks to my friends who the cose Is sure to go into the courts with tho hope of his final recovery A rial will coiivIhco tke Weak Lungs Physicians tho akCHtluHl that promised me their support aud encour- Â¬ CCCertalH FOR HYSPBIBIA Turn over n new leaf Dont borrow world ovor ondorsa It Ceuifk - Ouro Is tke groatoit agement in the convention IndlaorttoB wvd Htwuaclt duoxdin Ui your neighbors paner any longer but remedy- oxtaHt far the care Shown h ihun hitthhii Dtnt bi deceive J by Substitutes Respectfully OMuloabM subwribe for one ana let it eonie to you All iWlc keen or sUaGrlHHo CreHp Cetsgki during 01 xM nunc a4 atMuA hk Homoo wrswr Sherman Ball PrtHxi t St Cuu U Y All Pr ig IU Oflnc Condition of the Breckinridge Bank TURN A NEW LEAF With the New Year WATCH US o UR POLICY FOR YOU TRAVEL THE RIGHT ROAD Were bound to please Just take your ease 1894 i On that Score Well make to all Both great and small The Same Price m JULIUS WINTER and CO Well treat you well So you will tell Your Neighbor to Top LN keep J Wellofaim heap the Â¬ Bank of Hardinsburg In Our Line Our g oods will be The best youll see Â¬ Anywhere Are You JSwgaipo With Us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dont Or you might bo temjtccl to schI Tho year 1894 is vikui a dollar us ami we like everyone else me going to try to improve over iho past year and to do this means to sell more goods and to sell nviro goods means the patronage of out Wo expect many kind customers of the hard times to do a in spite larger business than over before and to do this we of eouree will havo to sell goods very cheap But wo will not sell goods at cost nor below cost for you know that we cant alljrd it So dont bo gulled by such advertisements but como to us w hero you get an honest deal every time you mako a purchase and where you have tho advantage of an immenso slock from which tu Delect So thanking you ono and all for your kind patronago in the past wo remain your friends Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Read Â¬ Â¬ B F Beard Co KY HAKDINSHUKG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIKL BII00K3 - BOURNE HAEPER BROOKS CO Â¬ Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS THE BEST TYPE WRITER Deeds Mortgages ami all legal instru nienta drawn and copying tlono in tho Â¬ LOUISVIU Taken Up Ai Astray KY Children best stylo A small bay marc about 15 hands hlijl ami about four years old Hat saiMIc marks 01 hacK Mare came to my house mur lUllluwu on the night ot December 31st iyl Owtn i can have same by paving me for my trouble uu 1 this advertisement W It WKTlilNGTQN Mattlnirly V G Bnbbage Atty Ky IlAituiNsuuiui WANTED Address l0Ky JZliryiaixoltli WS ASIIUV Cloverport Ky Scotts 8AML RAY ROBERT P HARE 1 - Emulsion m v WITH Crescent -- - Tobacco CO -- - Warehouse AY peit ElghfJLan8do3MSna8U Proprietors LOUISVILLE KY Hlflfl With Auction and Private Galea Dally and Storage Foui Months Free - fej v kl--i- i jjiinfw 8 v jflajjaytEn - Jrmm miitJWmiM MM lHPJiPFIlfWiwPwP i w -j-r W THE BREXGKKNRIDOH NEWS OLOYfeRPOR Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Rcroit Party lines wero strictly drawn In the KY muttuima Highedl of all vote THE HOUSE MOOLEYVILLE The health of this community is good The merchants hero are having a good trade notwithstanding tho cry of html limes Mn Editou There seems to be a dis Â¬ position on the part oi a few to force nn early convention or primary to deter Â¬ mine who ehall bo the candidates of tho Democratic party for tho various olllccs to ho voted for next November In view of tho fact that we havo just been de feated nil along the lino It serins to me that the best thing to do would be for the committee to go to work and perfect tho organization of the parly and make It possible to tdett the nominees after they are nominated That our organization is very Imper- Â¬ fect at present is not questioned by any one Thnt it will require perfect har Â¬ mony and tho bringing out tho full strength of the party hi November to elect our men Is equally unquestionable Let us not bu in a hurry then in mak- Â¬ ing candidates but go to work and ma e pel feet tho organization of tho party and all pull together then successs will crown Fall to do this fall to har Â¬ our efforts monize the distracted elements of the patty and defeat is among tho poslbllities at least at the election in November The many friends of Georgo Hook of llardinsburg who has been hero under the treatment of Mr Mitchell for cancer will be pleased to hear that ho has re- Â¬ turned to his home and friends carrying his cancer in n bottle and not only in the opinion of Mr Mitchell hut many others who havo witnessed the treat Â¬ ment lu a great number of cases his Mr Hook whilo here cure is perfect made many acquaintances and just as many fast friends whilst wo all rejoiced to see his Improved condition from day tc day we all regretted when tho timo came for him to take his departure for his home where he was anxiously awaited by those dearer than all others his home his family bis own UNION STAR Mr William L Mllner is nt homo for the holidays Mrs Win Allen Preston spent Fri day with Mrs C M McGlothlan Mich Mary Owings of Wolf Creek Is n guest nt Mr C M McGlotblnns Miss Mnttle Milncr Is nt homo from Bethel College HopWInsvIllo to spend the holidays Â¬ enjoyable entertainment at the residence of Mrs Bennett near Irvlngton last Thursday evening Mr nnd Mrs I S Richardson are at honi j after a very onjoynblo visit to llar- Â¬ dinsburg whero they were the guests of THE POPULAR FAVORITE Mr and Mrs P M Beard Dr and Mrs Win Mllner and Miss Mattlo Mllner entertained veiy hand Â¬ somely the following persons on Christ nin3day Mr and Mrs L T Roberta Miss Etta English and brother Roberta Bottom Mr nnd Mm Wm Lowry Mll - ner Mr and Mrs R W Vnughan and family nnd Mr nnd Mrs L B Helm - - Stephenspoit Mr nnd Mrs L T Roberts entertained a ew friends in their usual charming manner at their home in Roberta Bot- Â¬ DR GREEN STERETT DEAD tom last Thursday Tho following wero He Passes Away at His Home in present Mr and Mrs Andrew Craw- Â¬ ford and family Mr Jas Crawford Mr HawesvUle on the Third Instant and Mrs Helm Stephensport y Mr nnd Dr Green Slerettdied last Wednesday Mrs Wm Iwry Milner Mr Jnmes T aged 82 Ho was tho oldest inembrof Milncr Union Star Mis Lou Dix Miss ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON He- was a natiyo of Dix nnd Mr II S Dix Robert the Sterett family Bot- Â¬ Hreeken ridge county having been born tom and raised to inanhoo I in llardinsburg RATES gf When a young man ho moved to Han REORGANIZATION cock which county he Jias ever sinco made Ids homo He was always an T honored and respeded citizen and has Security Holders of the L St L Surrender Their Bonds represented his adopted county for two terms in the Legislature Tho funeral services wero hcl at the Pursuant to n call of Harry Weisslnger nt residence in Hawesvillo on the 4th in- Â¬ a member of the Committee on Reor- Â¬ stant attended by a largo crowd of rela- Â¬ ganization a number of the first moit tives and friends from many parts of the gage bondholders of tho Louisville St wr- itc rf ii r f Ti ti it m state Ho was laid to rest in tho Hawes Â¬ Louis and Texas met yesterday afternoon vUle City Cemetery in tho offices of the Columbia Finance and Trust Company Items of Interest From All Over The In order to foreclose pre codings in MANHOOD RESTORED iiSRJXSrWSaV tho interest of tho bondholders the State ft uaroutced tocurenlnervousdlscaseaaucli b Weak Memory LossotlJraln rower Headache Wakefulness Loit Manhood Nlitblly Kuilxluns Nerrou- My wife had been helpless with rheu- Committee on Reorganization proposes ii Organs otellher eoxcauced neualldralnaandlonf powerlnGeneratlTe uro or oreroxertlon Touthrni errors excesslre ol tobacco opium or Btlm- matism for several weeks and confined to that the holders of tho first mortgage 0 uiantwhlchlpndtolnflrmltrroniumptlonor Inmnlir Cnn lo carrledla Tot pocket HlperboxttfortJi br mall prepaid m nry gold wo order her bed In less than one week after per cent bonds shall promptly deposit Iclve a written mmrnntee to cure nr refund the WUhaSI brail using tho Electropoiso she was able to lie tho eamo with tho Atlantic Trust Com- Â¬ ttuuMXiaurrEui alltu 3druirirlt9 Art forlu take noothor WrltofnrrreoMedlril Hook tent etrrl till tomorrow lQDlalnwrftDDar his remarks the dreaded State Librarian Samuel Thomas of Franklin The first AddreiaAClVCHEllkCUMasotiloTemnlarilfnAnn roraaia in iiuTcrport htpt a h HBUEll ana lr U u JUAUT1N Druggists out and go to church pany of New York and receive in ex Â¬ THE skwti question was undei taken ballot resulted McDonald 8 Mrs Itich J If llaynes Owensboro Ky change therefor the trust companys Janiaiiv The Senate convened to There were five caiididat s Mrs unison fl Thomas 10 A second third Since using the Electropoiso I feel at negotiable receipts Reorganization shall fourth and fifth ballot made no change day at 100 oclock Lieut Gov Alford Mary B Day Franklin Mis Mary Hay then follow formulated upon a plan ac- Â¬ Miss Franklin McDonald was then wasab ent at work on his committees craft in these figures Lida Carrico least 20 years youncer G W Flint Skylight Ky ceptable to the committee Tho Colum- Â¬ Ottonsboro Mrs Emma Guy Allen dropped and the sixth ballot resulted and Senator Jones presided XII 1C 1 believe tho Electropoiso to bo the Among several minor resolutions in- Â¬ countyj Miss Pauline Hardin Covington bia Finauco and Trust Company shall Mrs Kichardsonl I Thomas III Mrs Iichaidsou had been a candidate only troduced one by Senator Wathen pro- The raco was an exciting one the can greatest invention of tho age Miss Mat-- net ns finncial and trust ngent Ttie plan was accepted by tho security holders two days and her successful race is vides for a State Iteformatory where didates all keeping well bunched till tie McNary Greenville Ky Tho Electropoiso has given perfect sat- Â¬ who believe that henceforth the rond persons under tho age of IS years con the sixth ballot As this ballot was counted as a splendid one Eight pages each Tuesday and Friday Sixieen pages evary Week diaries Sommers of Hardin business victed of felony or misdemeanor shall being called tho friends of iss Hardin isfaction -in both cases one neuralgia will do well Tho L St L nnd T railroad went into manager of the Kliabethtown evs be confined instead of the penitentiary began to break away and go to Mrs the other- rheumatism and tho results A Great Semi Weekly Paper OnlyOneDollaraYeari Day This was tho starter for a general havo been perfectly wonderful Richard the hands of a receiver Inst August upon had made a hustling race for Sergeant-at-Arm- s as is now the custom Â¬ the request of the holders of tho floating J Whelan Uardstown Ky In the afternoon the Lieutenant Gov stampede and every body was deserted nnd he was nominated by acAojr reailer of thli paper can get it frea by securing a club of three subscribers and forwarding Thanks to tho Electropoiso for what it debt The floating debt was about 083 ernor announced his committees Sena- but Sirs Day and Miss Carrico The clamation their names ON THIS BLANK with THREE DOLLARS tor A J Gross is a member of tho final count stood Mrs Day 55 Miss has done for me and my family It has 489 with a defalcation in wages duo There wero nine candidates for Door- Â¬ TO GLOBE PRINTING CO ST LOUIS MO cured indigestion and liver troubles employes Total indebtedness aside among them being T N following committees Charitable Insti- Â¬ Carrico 14 keeper Remit by EanV Diaft Post Oflice or Express Money Order or Registered Letter Fampo besides giving almost immediate relief from tho mortgage about 1082555 tutions and Grievances Mlllitary affairs Mrs Day is the present occupant of McOlothlan of Breckenridge county copies will be cent free on nppllcitlon For repairs and renewals 325000 will bo the office and by this noniinition her for toothache W E Wlllett Carlisle who was put in nomination by Senator Municipalities Ky required The reported net earnings for HOUSE THE re election is assured A J Gross J E Whittaker of Utitler I have used tho Electropoiso In my tho post threo years average 217414 per In the House the reading of the rules Satiiiday January 0 county was nominated on the fifth balTo GLOBE PRINTING CO St Louis Mo Louisville Times 73 years annum They are Nothing of general impoitaneo was family from my mother-in-lalot McGlothlan staying in with three occupied a great while Herewith find 300 and the names of three subscribers on blank ullpped from the votes till the third ballot was taken pretty much the same as controlled the tbne in either house to day The only old down to the baby ono year old with tho happiest results in all cases Several last Legislature UBtCKiNitpac Niws publlibed at Cloverpcrt Ky bono of contention camo up in tho Please send the Tuesday and Friday George A Kendrick of I ouiaville was A resolution was presented by Mr House of Hepiesentatlves when it was of my neighbors havo them and all well nominated for Assistant Sergeant-at-Ann- s Olobi Dmocat for one year to me andato each of the subscribers named Kreiger of Louisville which providtd moved that tho House should adjourn pleased Everybody should have ono that each member should bo given two till Tuesday It was finally carried F M Callaliau Verona Ky FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN Name of sender There wero eleven candidates for To mo tho work oi tho Eloctropoise is Pages among them being Master John daily papers to be paid for by tho State Tho Senate adjourned till Monday Post offise Stato Â¬ a mistery almost a miracle Rev J I Alarm for Its Invasion Meadow of Drcckenridgo county The This was extensively and variadly dis of America Rodgurs Danville Ky cussed but it finally passed by a vote of Popular Everywhere Names of Subscribers Pott office successful ones were Steve Fulton of State Well Founded 15 Tho Electropoiso has cured mo ol Beginning with a small local sale in a llardstown Stuart Tracy of Winches- Â¬ 01 to Jonas D Wilson of Breckenridge retail drug stow the business of Hoods asthma and kidney trouble I Yocum ter James McDonald of Carroll The telegraphic dispatches of January i county is on tho following House Com- Â¬ Sarsaparilla has steadily increased until Taylorsvillo Ky allowThe caucus adopted aresoliitlod I am wonderfully pleased with tho 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anow mittees Insurance Minesaud Mining thero is scarcely a village or hamlet in to appoint in ing the Sergeant-at-Arui- s in Benin 03 coses and 10 deaths being s John I Hardin of Meade will servo tho United States where it is unknown Electropoiso and would not be without reported rwlditon to the pages three messengers on the Revenue and Taxation Public It has done a Just now when an epidemic of Asiatic j To day Hoods Sunpii ilia stands nt it for any consideration nnd then adjouened at 1110 p in Morals and Military allairs committees the head In tho medicine woild admired world of good for mo already Mrs cholera Is among tho alarming possibili- Â¬ THE JKHrti CUTLS ties all stomach and bowel troubles asÂ¬ It E Hawes of Hancock was placed in posterity and envied in merit by Jonathan Reld Knoblick Ky Tlio House Caucus was called to order sume an Imnortance beyond tho ordi- Â¬ Money could not buy tho Electropoiso nary and should meet with prompt nt 710 p in by lion John D Carroll on the following committees State thousands of wouUbbo competitors It from mo It bos given my wife won Prisons MunicipaliticH treatment Cholera morbus cholera In- Retrenchment has a larger sale than any other medi Chairman of the State Committee funtum diarrhea dysentary flux colic Immediately after organizing the name and Reform cine lieloro the American puplic and derful relief from Rheumatism C W and cramps wind on tho stomach flatul- Â¬ Tho Republican joint caucus to night probably greater than all other ireapa Wright Campbellsvillo Ky ency distress after eating etc all point oi lion A J Larroll ol loulsville as I regard tho Electropoiso as the won- Â¬ conclusively tq a bad condition of permanent Speaker of the House was nominated Judgo Frank Finley of rillas and blood purlllors combined the der of tho Nineteenth century My stomach and bowels and all such disor- Â¬ Such succeess proves merit eloquently placed before the body by Whitley county for United States Sena tor and Mrs Georgia Shelton of Adair wife though not yet well Is better than ders should bo corrected at once WILL BE WITHOUT QUESTION AMERICAS If you are sick is It not the medicine Judge S 1 Vance of Henderson J he 11 Wilson W It was tho for you to try Hoods Sarsaparilla cures she lias been for fifteen years having VaMrsays L Lightning Stumptown is the raco of Mr Carroll had already been county for State Librarian Hot Drops been n constant BiilPerer and confined to best medicine I ever used for pains for made and he was nominated by accla largest Republican caucus ever held in her bed with littlo prospects of ever cramps and colic in children ft cant be Fraukfoit WOLF CREEK FIRE mation niuld a thunderous applauso Thereputatlon that the WarnLV Hmald has enjoyed for many years of being the best Jantwiy being out but Is now up and about H beat ror llux It is the king Both houses got down to from the floor and galleries This was Mr It L Blenkinsliliy of Tooley W home newspaper In the land will be materially added to during the yar of 189t No pains or business to day and some lively work Will Parkisors Barn and Part of B Woodwurd Hurdyvlllo Ky Va has this to say unprecedented in tho history of Ken- Â¬ Lost April Iliad expense will be spared to make It In every department the most reliable interesting and In- Â¬ Tho Electropoiso has dono me a great an extremely severe attack of diarrhea j Contents Destroyed tucky politics and Mr Carroll was em was done Every member seemed to bo structive of alt weekly newspaper publications deal of good Isaac Duncan Lowisburg had twenty one actions of my bowels in braced and pounded by his enthusiastic looded with somo resolution or bill and It will be Improved n many ways Wou Cheek Ky Jan 0 Tho little Ky less than two hours I took three doses the Legislative mills ground rapidly A number of new features and departments will be added friends till ho was almost breathless town of Wolf Creek has been visited by The latest development In all of Lightning Hot Drops and it relloved I think it is tint greatest curative agent mo Tin SENATE fields of extemporaneous human Interest will be ably descussed from week to wek by acoom Next In order was Chief Clerk Tho instantly One day last week tho another fire pllihed writers in existence Miss Beulay Dalo Russell The Governor sent tho following Lightning Hot Drops is the safest sur- Â¬ namo of James K Stono of Hrecken bain of Mr Willie Parklser was com Â¬ est quickest remedy ever compounded rldgo county was mentioned by Repre Â¬ names of new Commisioners for the pletely destroyed Tho btock was gotten villo Ky Tain much pleased with my experi for each and all of the above complaints sentative E M Dickson in an eloquent Central Insane Asylum Dr W II Du out with much difilculty without being Will be Klven In a concise tut cnmplele form it Every Important or gan to succeed S J Hobbs G II Alex Â¬ ence with the Electropoiso and bellevo Moreoverand cures all pains external and borne or abroad will be duly detcribed In the columns of the WmklyInteresting event either at is the best safeguard known internal littlo nominating speech Tho actual Hkiald injured Tho bam was full of farm proÂ¬ In politics the IUiald is absolutely Independent and mnd Il tells the rights ander to succeed Charles Drcmaker ducts tho entire corn crop of Mr Louis it in advance of any known remedy for to destroy tho evil efTectu of a ehange of and worth of Mr Stono being known by the wrongs of all aides without fear Rail having been stored away thero for the restoration of tho nonral condition water or diet Pleasant to tako Sweet experience of the past ho was nomina Â¬ Win Hughs to succeed himself Farmers and stock raliers cannot afford to be without the Wrtatr HnuLD during the L Senator Miller submitted the old Lo- Â¬ safe keeping Tills was all destroyed oftho system and it has been proven so ened children like it Lightning Hot nnmlniy WAitr It will nnlln - mhI --uu wii n ueroicieu exclusively to subjects ted by acclamation without any one V Droiw is sold by all dealers In medicine cal Option bill that has been declared Mr Kail is an old man uiib still makes practically as well as theoretically Dr at 25c and 50c a bottle on the guaran- Â¬ of timely interest to them and giving many valuable suggestions and new Ideas even attempting to offer against him his own support and his loss falls upon IUraid a welcome visitor No relief no nay Try It once tee The both Instructive and entertaining pages Mr Stone Is recognized by all parties to unconstitutional by tho Superior Court himi severely The origin of thu lire is not J W Clarke Augusta Ky Thev wll My house was a regular hospital until lto not deceived Look for Trado Mark abuund In hints and receipts which women so much value Capt Miller of Ixwlsville Introduced Known iiiouuii ills sunnoscu to I hi in be tho best clerk that ever occupied the A brilliant array of novels and short stories by the best writers In America a bill to prevent the printing nnd dis- cendiary Tho total loss was about COO tho Electropolse was placed in it A G of natives gathering herbs Made only and position In this capltol and tho little op- Â¬ by IIrb Medicine Co8pringfleld Ohio has been cured so that fiction will be one of the most attractive features in the England With no insurance Weekly Newsum 1212 Second street Louisville Herald during I8J4 position that ho over receives Is n mere tribution of obsccuo literature and pict- Â¬ In fact the Wiklt Hkraid will b a magailn of the highest order combined with Ky ures It covered all the uvullablo One Lady Says DIED a form of party organization Ho has n complete newspaper Tho Electropoiso restores wasted vital- Â¬ I have been troubled for yearn with a Mrs Nina late wlfo of Joa E Pate rich smooth clear volco and every thno ground Senator Hissoui of Newport eubmltcd hacking cough Have had many doc- Â¬ ity and tho claims made uro not exagger Â¬ Died Dec 20 at 10 30 P M after an ill he speaks or reads ho is distinctly heard NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE an amendment to tho clause in tho rules tors and tried fifty cough cures I grow ated Mrs G G Bersot Loulsviljo Ky ncsa of many weeks from consumption to tho utmost points of tho floor and that states what constitutes a quorum worse all the time I tried PnrksCough Address DuBOIS A WEBB Norton She leaven testimony behind her that galleries This qualification la appre Â¬ A It Block corner Fourth and Jefferson sho will meet hor loved father who lias ciated by every body aside from his Tho amendment was fashioned after Syrup and found Immedlato relief Tom Iteed rulings and provided for begins at tho bottom of tho disease and I Btreets Louisville Ky gone before in that goodly land and elegant penmanship osktHl her littlo boy to bo a good boy and C V C Certain Corn Curo Green Kejlar of Carlisle was nomi Â¬ counting noses whether they voted or know it Is tho best cough remedy on tho not The Kentucky Senate was not yet market Itefer any sufferer to Mrs W remove eonm wiiiIn IhiiiIohri try to meet her there top Many friends ADDRESS nated Astant Clerk by acclamation AVarraa Bympathyze with For Enrolling Clerk there wero threo ready to swallow this Itepubllcan pill J Fahey U Roy N Y A It Fisher iiiolex and eallouiex tetl See that V C V U lilmvH and kind mother the bereaved hubaud candidates Ulia J Jloward of Camp and the amendment was defeated druggUt every liolllo Take no other In B1RALP SQUARE 1 1 Â¬ Ill the House it fairly rained bills Mr Hawes Inttoducod n resolution of respect to the memory of Hon Green Pterett n former member of tho House It was adopted A petition from citizens of Hrecken ridgo county wusprcKeutcd by Mr Wil Â¬ son This was the first petition of tho session and It asks that tho medical Inns be so amended that persons prac ticing ineilicino In a lawful manner since 1W1 Instead of INK without di plomas shall bo authorized to practice hell J II Stuart of Clark count Geo II Milli of Hardin county The race by conforming to the other provisions of was the most exciting one of the caucus the law WEDNESDAY JANTAKY 10 1801 A new committee on warehouses mid Howard being nominated on the second ballot by Kepresentatives John I Har- graneries was created Mr Nucklcs proposed an amendment din of Meade and Murray Hubbard of Larue changing their vote beforo the to the charter of Fifth Class Cities It result could bo announced from Stith to provides that no person Is eligible to hold office unless ho be a resident and Howard Itobert Tyler of Bullitt was nomi- Â¬ that no person should bo elected Mayc r nated for Sergeant-at-Arm- s by acclama- or Councilman unless he be a property In By He tion holder Mr Ilawts lutiodiiced an amendment Six good Democrats wanted to be Amid A- Â¬ doorkeeper and on the third ballot Mr to the law lelatiug to icvcuuo and tax atioii A G King of Barren county was nom It provides that a distiller Bell ing liquor in quantities less than five inated for that place J Oscar Glenn of Carlisle and Stth gallons shall be deemed a retailer Beckner of Clark wero the two success After rapidly disposing of many other ful candidates for cloakroom keepers out bills and resolutions the House adjourn Â¬ ed at oclock a in till to morrow Jamos E Stono Is Made Chief Clerk of nine applicants for tho place s Next camo the most tedious and most THE SENATE dreaded nomination of all that of four jantiiiv The Senate met and oftho House of RepresentaA icsolution providing that the without transacting any business of im- Â¬ pages Sergeant should make tho selection and portance adjourned tives Once More within fifteen recommend them to tho House was de Â¬ minutes But two hills were Introduced feated by a vote of 15 to L Then came THE HOUSE Tho first thing of importance that tho tug of war Theie were twenty BRECKENRIDGES HONORED SON three candidates among them being came lip in the house to day was tho Allen Master William F Wheatley of Meade county contest Gilliam and Follis ran county An hours time was taken up a tie race in that county for Represt The Legislature Is Fortunately Get- in making the nominations The long ative and tho judges decided it by and tedious balloting then began and throwing heads or tails and gave the ting Down to Work in Good was continued till Gilliam claims that he in when the place to Follis last selection was made It will gratify won tho race by two votes ns two of his Style the readers of the News to know that votes were thrown out on technical irMaster Wheatley of near Big Spring regularities In marking that should have Meade county is one of the successful been counted A special committee was Hardin and Hawes four bright faced youths who will selected by lot to take charge of tho con- Â¬ Gross Wilson wait upon the members of the House in test All Have Positions on Important the capacity of page A bill was introduced to compel guar- Â¬ Committees The caucus adjourned at 2 oclock dians parents etc to send their chila m dren to school and attached a penalty IIKITHIK X Cll is of 5 to 20 for failure to comply with Tho Republican members of the Sen IIMISW AMI lilts the law It was thought that the school ate held separate caucuses in the Wcht facilities of tho Slate were not sullicient Library and made nominations for the to make tho bill n practical one and it various positions A joint caucus stt went over Ky Jan 1st Special FitANKtouT Tho first big squabble of tho session The House and Senate Democratic cau Wednesday night for the purpose of cuses were held to night with a large making nominations for United States came up over the appointment of n attendance at liotli The galleries and Senator and Librarian They then ad special messenger for tho Speaker but lloors uero crowded with spectators journed and tho members visited the the messenger was appointed by a vote Democratic caucuses of 58 toM many of whom were ladies Januakv 2 liotli branches of the JOINT DEM0CII TIC CAUCUS HIE SKXATE CAUllS To night was tho time for the Sonator Win K Goehel of Covington General Assembly met to day at 12 Democrats to make their nominations and Senator Thomas II Hays of Jeller oclock ni nnd proceeded to organize All the places were tilled in accordance for United States Senator and State Lson were the only candidates for Presi with the nominations made in the ibrarian Tho chamber of tho Houte pro torn dent The ballot resulted Democratic caucuses last night Tho was filled to overll itvi ig Goibd IS Hays The name of Win Lind ay was men The Chief Chcrkship camo next and votes in the Senate ranged about -- 0 to for this place Capt Thomas Y Pooru 11 and those in the House 71 to 2i tioned for United Slates Senator and it of Franklin was nominated by acclama- James E Stone for Chief Clerk of the was greeted witli three howling chei i tion Then camo the enrolling Crerk House received 7 votts and his Repub and a nomination by acclamation Mr Lindsay was then brought in and he ship For this place there were three lican opponant After receiving and hearing the Gov- Â¬ addressed tho assembly candidates Pat McDonald of Frankfort ernors message both houses adjourned After Senator Lindsay had finished Mrs Frank It liichardson of Christian Baking Powder PURE Large Stock Greatest Variety of of BEST PAPER and DISPLAY TYPE ABSOLUTE News Mr J J Severe came down from CARD BOARD Â¬ Breckenridge Â¬ SPEAKER CARROLL Goes Acclama- Â¬ Â¬ tion Great Â¬ pplause Pleasure Rldgo Park and spent X inas day with his family Mks lllanoho Fryinlre and brother of Piislnn uro rnterlaimd by Mln Richardson Sunday Miss Lulu Fenlx returned last week from nn extonded visit to her sister Mib Bruncr of New Albany Misses Ellzi Ilrashenr Minnie Hoylo nnd Muttio Mllner wero guests of Miss English last Wednesday Mrs Win Mllner and daughter and Mr Helm Mllner spent Tuesday in Ste- phensport the guests of Mr nnd Mrs Helm Mrs II C Jolly nnd family returned to their hoiro in Morgantown after a protracted visit to their parents Mr and Mrs R B Cox Mr R C Richardson attended a very tmmmmmmmmt m m m m m m Job Printing imuiuiuiuiaiauiiaauiuuiaaua 1 Prices THE BRECKENRIDGE Â¬ LOWES T NEWS OFFICE KIS ME GUM NO GRIT NO DIRT Â¬ Â¬ l0a Nearly Half a Million Cakes Â¬ Consumed Every Week That is Why Everybody Chews Â¬ KIS ME lY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SJr1 n y Ipuisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ FREE FREE FREE FREE Â¬ Â¬ SI fioui GIoLeDemocrI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OBDBR BLAU CHOLERA Â¬ -- THE NEW YORK v Â¬ WEEKLY HERALD FAMILY Â¬ Â¬ LEADING PAPER 1 fr Â¬ THE NEWS OF THE WORLD lniMI iz PJdfnnJwinlntboWKiy ii Â¬ 2Uf ONE DOLLAR year SEND PORjSAMPLB OOFS THE WEEKLY HERALD NEW fORK