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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1894 cious seeing to tho eyo sho nnsivcred I always supposed that tho weak point of lovo was It has It sect faults but It In no judgment terprets them ns u kind of virtues nnd It counts ns fully developed qualities that exist only In tho germ nnd do not affect tho character rrf 1iN Â¬ NO 26 r i rsfr miiire An fill l I rfTv All American Story Full of the Romance and Mystery of the East A STRANGE WEIRD FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE AND HATE TOLD IN A NOVEL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF EXCITING SITUATIONS Full of Virility and Dramatic Power Stiring and Effectivo Charming and Exciting v Mother iirt tint there hut Slujiii ims HtuniUtiii In front of lliiiriin pin trull Now though all this Mis put uypo thotically it bore internal evidence of mature consideration My cousin had dlscussod the matter with herself beforo discussing it with mo But whether sho Bpoko from experience or from imagina Â¬ A Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn tion who can tell It hardly seems like- Â¬ ly that so handsome a young woman noticed tliut tor the Itrst time Mm 1 or should havo hitherto escaped all personSYNOPSIS I cannot al knowlcdgo of tho great passion but restnls color slowly deepened Perhaps the blush be on tho other hand sho may bo younger CIIAPIIill I Dr Krnnk Malnwnrlng a tu- - imagine why than sho looks nnd then her life In dent ami recluse Ilsei on the family estate at longed to tin earlier period of the evening Ced irilllle with hi mother and eldest brother India 1 belicva sho was born there may nnd sho had merely tmstponed it till now John Another brother Henry is loving abroad That is sometimes tho way with persons have Isolated her from available sociare Americanized English whoso thoughts und emotions come from ety Tho fact is wo know nothing moro The Mulnwarlng people nnd the estate with an Income of ffooco than tho bare outlino of tho girls prefar below the surface a year I subject to the law of primogeniture Henry Mainwarlng sho said as if vious life It is not that sho over hesi II MisSlnfire Forcstil a hitherto unheard of Do you tates to answer questions but sho never Then to mother niece of Mrs Mainwarlng arrives at CedarclilTe to herself volunteers InfOrmntlon and as there is from England bringing a letter from her lather expect him back soon Mother shook her head mournfully I no one but mother to Interrogate her written on his deathbed and committing the girl Slntire said Perhaps in seven days perhaps in and as mother Is n poor hand nt cross tu the care of his American relatives examination that amounts to nearly tho was reared In India coven ypurs theres no telling Tho only question John If 1 only knew wheie he was Id same thing I 1 nm Sinliro wovrts refuted the write him to come on tit once said John will ever put to her la Will yott marry Â¬ to myself ns I followed her nnd my moth me while so far ns 1 am concerned 1 iu nu emphatic tone er to the drawing room Did ever a At this point tho servant came in to cannot approach her save by Indirecyoung English gentlewoman before this nunonuco supper a meal which is ordition And it Is by no menus easy to sur huvosuclinnauio inflicted on her Chris Â¬ narily little moro than u ceremony with prise hor into saying anything sho doe surely could not bo tenncd tian iiiimu it not intend to say us but which tonight win more substannor could 1 cull to miud tiny such in the tial on nccount of our cousin who had For the Inst week John has been hav Probably it might annals of jmgunlsm If you would ing his gray horse Sibyl trained to the probably had no dinner be Hindoo but we had no reason to sup Â¬ sidesaddlo so that our cousin might go like to make any changes in your dress pose that my uncle had embraced the said mother us we arose riding Sibyl is a superb animal with Brahma It was decidedly an my deur take nil tho time you want faith of most agreeablo action but thero is some you can Bound went and ominous name so far us thing tumoless in her still Yesterday Perhaps I had better brush my hair the young lady herself though beautiful she answered And so the two ladies morning bofore breakfast Tom had just und inviting to look upon was evidently girthed the sidesaddlo on her und had went out leaving Johnnnd mo together one of those beings who aro not to bo gone Inside to fill his pipe Ucforo mount Ho thrust his hands in his iiockets fathomed at a glance and whose secret turned on his heel nnd walked to the ing leaving her attached by her halter depths may contain something not into the stublo entrance At that moment window where ho stood looking out dicated by tho gracious outward conhappened to bo standing nt my bedroom though ho could see nothing tours Do you think shos pretty I Inquired window which is above my study nnd But for tho present she wns rather laboratory in tho right wing I saw nt length grave rather taciturn und full of a gen I dont know Ive hecn nobody like Sinfiro appear and cross the comt dignity I could perceive that mothtlo her ho replied after n pnuso Then he yurd Sho had on a scarlet riding habit er was making an energetic effort to came away from the window und sat trimmed with black It was tho first place her by which I do not mean that down and patted tho collio until the time she had worn It since sho has been bIio was trying to put iter in her place ladies reappeared So far as I romember hero and it had u very striking effect by any means but she was endeavoring nothing of importance occurred during She seemed to have made up ler mind to determine tho social and personal thnt evening that Sibyl was trained enough for her to sho probably belonged 1 Bphcro in which I nm of Johns way of thinking rido Was Bhe in a word less than Mrs Main hnvo seen nobody like her But 1 have Tom came out of the stable nnd stood One waring or greater or an equal good looks Sho is a iu astonishment nt tho yonng ladys ap Â¬ no doubt about her would bo pretty safe in assuming that beautiful girl Sho has beauty of ex pearance Ho is her devoted slave liko she was not less Further than that it pression and movement us well as of everybody else because ns he explains be rash to prophesy Sho had would form feature und color But it is nn un- Â¬ it she is fresh from his native laud forco intellect character and singular usual type Sho Is as dark as a Spaniard After n short parley which of course 1 individuality with nbundanco of black hair not shiny could not hear lie guvo her n hand and While wo three wero still in tho midst but soft nnd lusterless llko black smoke sprang Into tho saddlo There wns of our first conversation awl tho serv- Â¬ condensed Her skin is a pale transpar- Â¬ she bridle on the horso Tom was in the carrying Miss Forrestals trunk ent brown looking like untiqno ivory at no ants were hnhit of riding her with the halter only up to her rooms who should strido in night nnd almost golden when tho sun She hud stood pretty quietly thus far but tho lord of tho manor John Main falls ou It Her eyebr6ws ami eyelashes us Tom hud loosened tho cud of waring Esq fresh from tho harness aro black but her eyes aro blue a warm but just from tho ring in the doorpost the halter room and tho grooms pipe humming an blue liko spring violets Tho blood was in the act of handing it to Sin air in his resonant baritono and whis- Â¬ shows through her cheeks moro than and the collie came racing up nnd emitfire to his gray with Spanish women tling between tho catches ted an explosion of barks right under collie hisinseparablo companion by night Her noso is a rather small delicately nose She throw up her head and day Ho did not see our visitor until molded aquiline Mother has a hand Sibyls the halter from Toms hand jerking lie was within five feet of her Then ho soino nose but It seems coarse In com danced about for n moment und set off looked with a start nnd her tranquil eyes parison with this It gives an exquisitely at a full run In tho direction of tho met his aristocratic effect to her face and yet drive it is not such a noso as members of the This brought them directly under- Â¬ CHAPTER III nro apt to have It neath my window Sinfiro wasofcourso I English aristocracy I wish I wero a shorthand writer seems to indicato refinement of soul and tho hoiso but bIio would have taken down the sceno word noblo spirit rather than mere high breed powerless to guide und to judgo from well for word as it happened John in spite ing and blue blood Her countenance kept her seat of her face us she lashed of his lack of polish his lusty voice his has the charm of originality us if sho the expression exhilarated rather than past she seemed careless nttiro and his fondness for tho wore the first of her d rather than frightened Nevertheless sho was in gentleman to society of English Tom is ft Q I never saw Imminent danger If Sibyl kept on her tho last of somohodj tho marrow of his sturdy bones This my uncle Edwin d bm he must huvo for 200 yards it would fact frequently produces complications been an extraordinary Englishman if his present course cliff and that was near and embarrassments from which he daughter resembles him She must take bring her to tho Tom was In pursuit ly certain deotli would otherwise bo free after her mother if any one and yet but he would nover ovcrtako her It expression of Ids face unTho careless according to mother Uncle Edwards to our Eng- Â¬ derwent an instant transformation Tho wifo was uu invalid and rather plain lookod like goodby forovor lish cousin blood rushed to his cheeks nnd forehead No doubt there is ti great deal of exag But just then I saw John running on Ho straightened his broad shoulders and geration and humbug In tho theory of a lino which would Intersect their course drow himsolf up as rigid as a soldier on heredity at a point about 60 yards from the cliffs parado He did not attempt to speak As 1 have already intimated John brink Whero ho catno from I know I dont nor did ho turn his gaze from her would unquestionably marry Sinfiro If running as I never be- Â¬ know what would have been tho end of sho would have him But neither he not but he was run Ho had a good foro saw a man it had they been alone As it wns I hod nor I nor mother can tell for certain start but I could hardly think it posto say after a moment John this is whether she will have him All tho cir sible that ho would bo in time At tho cur cousin Miss Forrestal cumstances render it probable but you moment when 1 thought the horso had held out his Ilcdrow a long breathund look into this girls heart I can no more look into a olUhed steel passed him however I saw him givo a broad hand into which sho put hers than you cun spring Ho was draggod off his feet In nm glnd that yon aro our cousin said breastplate Yet there must bo some Plantation eolortd lie at which 1 laughed Miss Forrestal method of leading her nnd I shall dispeople are often smiled slightly but with n very bright cover it in timo Sho is probably ro- Â¬ afflicted as Dr look in her eyes and John sat down on a mantic Intiie into mothers boudoir Fcnner found chair with a liund on each knee tho other morning Mother was not Your cousin Jias just arrived from there but Sltiilru wiui standing in front when traveling England said mother and went on to of Henrys in the south iortmlt which hungs on the Tliolr diseases tell tho story John maintained tho wall rapt in couteinplutiou of it Hen samo expression und attitude through- Â¬ ry Is a very good looking fellow woro ualnful The out and seemed inable to turn his fuco portrait scarcely does him justlco and Many of them had what they called This was a rising under tho jaw away from tho newcomer whoso eyes I said as much when sho became awam swelling of the paratold or sub rotM sometime on tb openVer wmo of my presence mazllary gland He used with them times on mo and occasionally on Jolin Tilt re uru boiuo 7eoino replied bin invariably his Golden ltelief As it re tho preserving meanwhile an appear fire whoso portraits I prefer to themlieved the pain and reduced the swell Â¬ anco of quiet composnro and now nnd selves ing almost immediately In every case supplomonting inothora narrative good portrait then It would need a very they called it Golden Itclicf Quick a own When this to uinko that true of Henry said I not Inappropriate name Dr Fcnner with a romark of her will was over John saids I hope yon Oh I mean a portrait cun do no met a planter who Informed him that he would sooner be without corn meal enjoyyour8olf hero Mother understands harm she rejoined and bacon on which his colored help company better than I do but Ill do my Has any one ever done you any subsisted than Golden Relief which he and Frank too I wish my other hann T could not help asklntr best euro their aches pains summer But she only looked at ma tranquilly used to brothor wore hero Im suro youd get complaints and flux This Remedy and saldi I was not thinking of myself cures any ailment which has Inflamma Â¬ along with him neked A good portrait might correct a mistake tion and pain as its base from a chronto You have another brother one had mado about the original of it bronchitis to a pulmonary consumption Miss Forrestal Â¬ can no Henry my second sou jut in moth The artist would see without prejudice Â¬ Inflammationremedy mora exist in pres ence of this than can the honey Yes I think you would find him and so his Interpretation would be deep er bee under the fumes of sulphur No In Â¬ I miss him sadly Ho has er and truer entertaining flammation no swelling no pain no I replied that there might be two side years been traveling abroad noarly four bronchitis no consumption One table Prejudice might Bee spoonful dose Is a certain euro for La We hour from him only once in two or to that question broadly than Grippe No narcotics ormlneral poisons He has been iu India more keenly if not more three mouth too He might easily have seen yon and impartiality and love which Ja the la it Safe and certain never dlsap height of prejudice ia not blind us the polsta Money refunded if satisfaction your father thore if he had known not gives Take a bottle home to day While my mother was saying tide I vulgar proverb asserts It lends a pre Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE READER FEELS THAT HE 18 MORE THAN A SPECTATOR THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT OF siESL Â¬ vrn Â¬ nn instant iiuil t Know hojiud caught sho wns John Is her own sou But sho tho halter 1 waited to seo no more but wns less generous in imparting her brains got down stairs ns fast us I could und to her firstborn ho never had half her set off for tho seat of war mental resources She used to read many Tho situation when I gut there was nbstruso nnd Improving books in tho old somewhat different from what I had ex days nnd she could talk politics or phi pected Tom had hold of Sibyls halter losophy or religion with anybody though nnd wns soothing nnd scolding her by I doubt whether sho was ever moro reli- Â¬ turns nnd nt tho same timo exonerating gious than tho proprieties of her position himself to Sinfiro who had dismounted required nnd was seated on tho grass with Johns Of lato years sho has eschowed tho head supported on her knee At first I higher walks of llteraturo and has aban thought lie was dead It was a tcrriblo doned herself to novels and oven iu her But when sho saw mo sho said choico oftheso sho has gradually subsid thought immediately He has only fainted ed from tho classic lucubrations of WalI sent Tom on Sibyl after restoratives ter Scott to such humblo wnysldo flownnd held John against my shoulder Sin ers ns nro to bo culled from tho Sensldo firo hud already loosened his collar Ho libraries varied occasionally with nn wns unconscious nnd his faco had n odd volume from tho Parisian publicastrange look that I did not like I could tions of Calmaun Lovy iSc Cio For my not find thnt ho had been struck any part so far from blaming her I applaud where nnd according to Sinfiro ho had her good senso An amusing novel Is assured her that ho was not touched liko tho best kind of gossip Gossip is But just as ho was saying it she liddproper to thoso whoso days of youth and ed ho dropped down us If he wero shot activity nro over nnd as wo seo scarcely und has been this way over since any company no other gossip than that put my finger on his pulse That of novels Is ncccssiblo to tho dowager had Lady Main wai lug told tho whole story I wonder never suspected It beforo especinlly ns Well then when mother approached heart diseahois my specialty in pathology mo with tho manner which I have deAt any rate thero is no doubt that John scribed I know nt once that wo were has It nnd ho must havo had it for soino about to discuss domestic matters nor timo He is such n robust man that one wns I inuh ut a loss to divino what tho would never suspect it Ho may live for particular matter would probably bo many years It might oven bo possible John and Sinfiro hadgono out for a ride to euro him but when ho does die the Wo wero nbout to converse concerning chances nro that ho will die of u strokoof Siiiire nnd John Mother seated herself tho heart o Japanese armchair In tho tho ono Naturally 1 said nothing of my discov- mndo of split cano or bamboo Sho just ery to Sinfiro It Is a serious matter nnd fills It o nfortably Sho Is very much may mean a great deal 1 remember broader tLun sho used to be and her ouco that when John was n bov ho once delicate complexion has acquired a sub Â¬ climbed to tho loof of tho barn nnd tried stantial and permanent ruddiness It to Ht ind on his head on tho ridge iolo sometime seems as if mother had not so Somo fool or other had dured him to do much enlarged ns actually become jios it llo lost his balance rolled down tho sessed of n different body from that in roof nnd fell not on tho ground luckily which sho spent her youth If It wero but on n heap of straw that wts about to not unbecoming to speculate about tho bo used as bedding for tho hortes He skeleton of ones parent 1 should bo In- Â¬ escaped with a few insignificant bruises clined to think that her present osseous but tho doctor who nttended him said ho framework had been designed for a Brit- Â¬ strained his heart Probably It has ish fishwife had Except for this physical been weak ever since and tho itctivo ex expansion however sho renininsnt least erciso ho has been in tho habit of taking as aristocratic ns ever However cun havo done it up good Rembrandt or perhaps Rubens would what is done cant bo mended All wo hnvo mado a splendid portrait of her can hope for 13 to guard ngitiust mischief Her eyebrows are set high In her fore- Â¬ I wish John wero less hi tho future head tho spaces Immediately above and headstrong and more phlegmatic below tho eyo nro full showing a fluent He began to como to beforo long and command of words her noso is u mod then I mado him pip a dozen teaspoon erate but unmistakablo uquillne her up fuls of brandy which I administered ouo per Up is thinner than tho lower which The sipping moro than Is molded on u resolute chin her gray after tho other tho brandy stimulated his circulation hair is covered with a black lacocap tho H 1 and he wns able to get up und walk He wido strings of which fall down on had no Idea what had been the matter either sido her cheeks Jier summer cos Â¬ with him thought Sibyl must havo tume Is ordinarily of somo substanco kicked him Butit was of Sinfiro that which I trill venture to call black grena his head was full and 1 eupposo ho must dine with la to embellishments and somo havo suffered n Rtrong agony of emotion glimpses of white niching nt tho throat during that minute and u half that she und wrists it makes no attempt to was In deadly Tori and ho was trying to mold Itself closoly on her form nnd itj save her If then- hud been any doubt umblqulties nro Imposing as well as pruabout his feeling fot her before thero can dent Poor mother must suffer greatly And ns for her If sho is n from tho heat but she never permits bo none now woman nnd not n witch us I sometimes herself to complain of It Sho oven fans fancy sho cannot resist a handsome horbelf sparingly ns if sho wero still de- Â¬ young millionaiio whoso first lovo sho is termined to bo tho cool und slender crea- Â¬ and who hns saved her life for beyond ture of SO years ngo Thero Is heroism penidvonturo sho would havo been in In these littlo things none tho less bo kingdom como but for John causo It gnins no renown Much obliged old fellow dont need Our conversation led to no definito renny help wild tho heir of Cedaicliffe to sult Mother wanted John to marry his younger brother and 1 took tho hint nnd sho shares tho general infatuation liko tho dutiful youngster I am nnd ro regarding our Cousin Sinfiro nnd yot I turned with my brandy flask to my could percelvo that her mind was not study while John nnd Sinfiro sauntered entirely nt ease Tho forces of tradition slowly across tho lawn together I ox of convention of temperament wero pected It would havo been nil settled by working in her against her special and tho timo they reached tho houso but ut arbitrary affection for this strange young breakfast half nn hour luter Johns face woman Reason prompted her to disproclaimed moro loudly than even his trust or nt lenst to wnit und provo sturdy tonguo could havo dono thut tho whilo instinct or something llko that engagement was still in tho future Men- urged blind acceptance Between tho tally ns wel as physically ho was much two my oxcellent parent was unwonted dopresscd Sinfire who was still in her ly perplexed Mephistopheltnn riding habit was being Lord Cedarcllffo Is so Impetuous ond tenderly scolded by mother for having so unused to restraint sho remarked exposed herself to such danger and sho Sho still calls him by tho pet namo ho high spirits and laughed used to bear iu tho nursery when she Is seemed to bo In nnd talked with a freedom nud brillianco especially moved nbout him Tho re- Â¬ that sho had nover oxhlbited bofore As public would bo amused If thoy know I looked and listened 1 could forglvopoor how many odd bcraps of feudalism and John for his infatnation I could almost monarchical tricks nro to bo picked up tho superb young nbout this house havo fallen in lovo with Perhaps ho would creaturo myself And yet stmugo to not bo so bet upon this if Sinfiro seemed Office say I never distrusted her so much us I moro willing to meet his viows Its did then Sho Is hiding somo secret nnd very odd dont you think that sho it concerns us should hesitate Sho cant bo sincero But what a rango nnd scopo sho hns and yet nn oriental quality in hor faco Thero was Sho It isnt so very odd said I at that moment which struck ino for the hns pcuetrutlon und sho recognizes I could imngino that the first timo Johns impetuosity ns plainly as you nnd young Cleopatra might have looked as I do 1 dont disputo that sho wishes to Sinfiro did then But Cleopatra nover marry him but sho wishes also to bo looked liko a cold subdued English girl sure that ho loves her outside of his Imyet that Is ono of Sinfiros phases I petuosity wonder whether sho is ambitious I won John is incapable of a trivial attachder whether sho hates nnybpdy and If ment returned mother impressively so whom and why If ho wero capablo of it Cousin Sin It ia time to givo Saprani n bowl of firo is taking tho best means tomakohim Is another shperb crea milk Saprani I dont doubt it will serious 1 replied turo moro trustworthy than my cousin como out all right In tho end on tho as Â¬ Sinfire not less oriental nnd not perhaps sumption of courso that their marriage more deadly And Saprani Is very fond is tho right thing of tho youngest and moat luslgniflcant of Dont yon think It Is tho right thing Reason and sho asked quickly tho Malnwnring family gratitudo unite therefore In prompting Well if you dont think so I advise mo to bestow upon her my budding afyou not to let them know it fections und since I nm suro not to bo It is truo wo know comparatively lit- Â¬ interfered with by rivals tho courso of tle ubouther said mother after a pause our truo lovo hns ovory prospect of runThere is renlly nothing oxcopt my poor ning smooth I will serenade her on tho brothers letter uud her own account toumril tonight But it would bo absurd to doubt either I should not think of such n thing CHAPTER IV no nu continued Tho post week has been ono of counsel I nm alwujn Involved and uncertainty Hoods Snrsnpnrllln has cured many at bucIi times but as n sower ily never nfllicted with rlu umatism and wo urgo Everybody seems to think all who Biiffor from this dlscaso to givo ns u reaper tluit It Is just us much my duty to pro Â¬ this medicine u trial scribe for perplexing circumstances as for physical disorders It Is true they do A New Peach not think it necessary to accept my pre scriptions unless with some such formula Mr D L Talbot of KlizabothtownKy as Well that Is the conclusion I had ar Â¬ has originated n lato Octobor peach thnt But thoy would not Is pronounced by experienced horticul- Â¬ rived at myself believe their cars If I wero to turn tho bo the finest Into peach on tables iiion them and consult thorn ns to turists to earth It Is a beautiful fling seedling what I had bettor do Ue and Mother boro down upon mo tho other lino t peach color und a most delicious Mr Talbot has a small eating In her lino of battlo ship manner day number of trees now ready for setting un Impressive ami redoubt Â¬ which ho has reduced In price from ouo Sho is Indeed able old lady My earliest recollections dollnr to fifty cents each und Is ready to of her are as n tull and slender person fill oi tiers at once dressod generally In whlto and with a cool polished rather sarcastic manner Four California Mountains Sho was not cool when she got argry Thero aro four unlquo mountains iu however How her checks would redden of alum ono of California and her eyes Hash and what sharp things Lower would Issue from her sharp eut lips alum and sulphur mixed and ono of Those outbursts used to frighten mo pure sulphur It is estimated that iu thoroughly and yet I often deliberately tho four peaks named thero are J 00000 provoked them becuuso thuy convinced 000 tons of pure alum and 1000000 tonu mo thut my mother wns a human being of sulphur St Louis It puulin after all How imperious mH impetuous Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ We are Through KINO STOCK and wc find that our business for tho past year has been reasonably good oven better than wo expected For this wo aro thank ful to our many customers who havo bo nobly stood by us Wo start off with tho New Year de Â¬ termined if low prices nnd far dealing is any In- Â¬ ducement to make it more interesting to our cus- Â¬ tomers thnn ever before to trade with us Our T h jrrand clearance oalc Of Overcoats Heavy Suits Jeans Pants Boots Shoes the prices of which will surprise you intend that they shall move if low prices aro inducements Dont spend n dollar until you what wo have to offer you Comu nnd Bee better to see thnn to be told 1 and Wo nny see It Is I br Jacob Meyer I BIG SPRING KY AN ote of T hanks us a show this 189 1 SfXvSE wish to thank our many friends for ARjt their kind nnd liberal patronage for the past year and truly hope you will give Â¬ Â¬ Ws M ft rAfJlk fjkt M interest to make an early start for we arc having a CLOSING OUT SALE in order to make room for our bo to your It will Â¬ Thanking you again for past favors and wishing every one much happiness in tho Â¬ year we remain Â¬ The Bargain Store Geo Yeakel Co BRANDENBURG KY CHAS B 0 T SKILLMAU Â¬ Â¬ INSURANCE Represent tho following Companies Fire Life Accident Plate Glass Boiler Bonds Etc New York Underwriters Agency Aetna Lancashire Orient Niagara Fidelity Casualty Co N Y Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co Newark N J at Brockinridge Bank CLOVERPORT KY Have You tie Grip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 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with fodder tho initios became frightened and ran oil throwing him to the ground breaking his neck nnd death was Instnn Ltncotta Mr Smith has been twjco inar rld Ills second wife who survives him was Mrs Cat lilchnnl on mother of onr neighbor an friend Mrs It II NVvitt Thus Mr Smith was often hero with his wife and we all had known and esteemed him highly His marriago t his most excellent wife has been singularly happy and jieaceful ami to her our warmest sympathy poos out in tills hordark hour of berrnvt ment Mrs Nevitt went immediately to bo with her mother 1 KStaKaataSKSiMIGSW KY fi The history of a five dollar bill and how it pays 60 dollars in one day and males a profit of 12 dollars in one day Co pay Saturday mornJ Winter ing to one of their tailors 5 dollars for work done and on this the tailor makes ii profit of one dollar rri k Â¬ - WMNllStUY JANUARY 0 BibbAgs Edltori toil A Tilistifl arc warming ul politically over In Meade The nice for County Judge and County Attorney promises to bo red BfiANBeNriUrld pm am Mr Itcnry Arthrrrtlin MJtl illdl IhsI Thursday Mrs Dr Wells has been very ill hut fs some better Miss Iorrio Hardin of Holt fa lslt Ing relatives here Father Herbcth had mass last Saturday and Sunday mornliijfl Will Ed Yeakd returned Sunday Howard is still prospecting Miss Lena Willitt spent Saturday and Sunday with Ml us Jennie Hardin Mrs 0 G Moremon is able to walk n little but herankle is still much swollen Miss Ella Dowden will teach in East Hill school house instead of Masonic Hall Messrs Ed Yeakcl and Will Howard aro ofTon a prospecting tour with an eye to business Mr 11 C Woodson lias purchased the property of Chas Kryant now occupied by Prof F J MeAulifro Mrs Mollle D Carrico and Miss Bar Â¬ bara Sliacklett sp lit last week with their sister Mrs Thos Hamilton HroHagan has accepted the call for two Sundays second and fourth to this church for the ensuing year The first of a series of Cottage Prayer Meetings wru held last Wednesday night at the Parsonage Next Wednes day at Mrs Henry Harringtons Jim Hichatdson is putting up a busi Â¬ ness house on tho lot where Win Mi- Â¬ llers tin shop stood on West Main Misses Minnie Casperke Bettlo Clark son and Pearle Ditto spent Saturday night with Miss Emma Deo McGchec Mrs Ixmnie Oslorne Hardstown Mrs Lizzie Manning Kansas and Miss Sue Pope Bullitt county aro visitors at Mrs Alonzo Morcmcns It is simply astonishing how rumors witli actually no foundation mere I told you so They says will roll and gather Vivid imaginations are popular Â¬ Si TIME TABLE Proprletn 9 I St mid Mll Locai Eipreu golnc Eait Weal l T lificol Ilmo Unrd Kait Weit Kait Weil iS 105o SS I v28 tfipreil rrelrht it The hard times do not elfect our subscription list New names are being FOR COUNTY JUDGE u addednnd old ones aro renewing at a ate authorlred to announce Cnpt VII WK AIM ofnlijcct to the at a candidate rate that would astonish you A good Cloverport action of the tiling goes hard times or no hard times for County Judee th Itepuhllcan ContcntlQjijircbriiarT am am pm pm 1147 am yzv am Ik on waul to get into the swim of jiollUta and catch the olllce weklng mania just take a run out lo our capital city of Hardinsbiirg noimi tricar fattener Dally arr Ilardlniuarj 1212 iiiiInii krT PaMcnger Dally arr Ilardinsburc 710 lirrj are authorised to a candidate IIOAKI ai announce KIIJAII for County Judge uliject to the action of ihe Democratic party ati ttitthnrlred to announce 11 MULLEN a a candidate lor County Judjie subject to the action of the Democratic party subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR V llMarc authorliecl to announceCounty HAOKae a candidate for tirl Judge MAIN COUNTY CLERK of tho High School shows another month of excellent Jrof I ogan work In that institution corps of teachers are doing good and his work for the children of this town and they shoul I have tho co operation of all parents and patroits A good school is what tills town needs above every Ikok Ixgans report candidate for County Court Clerk of nrccVcn ridge County subject to the action ol the Demo cratlc party annonnce IltANK lirK are authorized toCloverport Dltrlct asAa thine HKAVTN or the are authorised WK UNNIMilIAM to announce ofJ llrcckcn a of btephensiKirt is OW KN candidate for County Court dirk tidge County subject to the action ol the Ilepiiu Mean Convention I hruary 11 are authorised to announce JOHN K Â¬ MONAHCIInf llardinsburg as a candi Court date for re election to the oflice ol County to the Clerk of llreckcnrldge County subject ot the Democratic party ittlon are autborlied to announce JOHN l Y HKKIKlt as a candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic I firi vr suffered a loss of 21 000 by lire last Monday Nearly a whole business block was consumed Clover ports time will come sooner or later Why lint guard against it now before it A good Bystem fa everlastingly too late of water works will make us secure againht all such ravages We can haye them if wo will but go about getting Elizmictiiiows them Wi Irank J Cheney makes oath that he fAHNKHol Muilsonasa canuiiiiie inr is tho senior partner of tho firm of F J subject to the action ot the Democratic Assessor puty Deputies Mr liidwill Ailkionn M Cheney Co doing business in thoCily and Hubert Owm llocli Vali phensport of Toledo County and State aforesaid FOR JAILER mid that said inn will pay the sum ot arc authorised to announC IIK lllsllOP One Hundred Dollars for each and eu ry I liltr llanllusliurgis a candidate lor ol llrcckenrldge Count subject to the action or case of Catarrh that cannot bo cuted by the Democratic party the use of Halls Catarrh Cure 1 1 T V are authorised to announce J sllAHT Fiusk 1 Cheney tloor Monday for 00 IK as a candidate furjillir of DtJIHNi llrtckLuridgc County subject to the action- of Sworn to befoto mo and subscribed in Joint K Monarch got a horse last the Democratic parly my presence this Otli day of December Thursday and struck out into tho race for County Clerk in earnest 1 1 T i are authorised to announce WM IVONh A D lSSfi A W GLEASON Y as a candidate for Jailer of llruckinridgc subject to the action of the Democratic count Notary Public Iersons having fine crops of hurley seal C - FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR are authorised to announce HKNIli State ot Ohio City ok Toledo Luc s County J m All Taj lor is quite nick at Hoseltu John lleston of Holt was here last Sunday Mr AX Kincheloe was at houiu last Saturday Mr Klijah Hoard went to Frankfort last week Go to Krcemcr your city bakery for fresh bread Miss Dora Hensley is hero visiting Mrs J It Hensley Mrs Dr Sutton was visiting at Fords vIHe last week Fresli rolls pies and cakes three times it week at Kreemers Mr L D Addison of Addison Ky was in tho city last Saturday Dr J T Haker has moved his oflice over James II Gardners More Mjss Willie Twyinau of Hodgensville is visiting Mrs Ulaiicho Mosely Julian Brown has opened a confectionery store In the Novelty building Mr an i Mrs Dudley Morion wero visiting Mrs J T Haker Sunday Thomas Ditto and wife of Meade county were visiting here last week Ilev Itiitletlgc and wife have been visiting at Mt Washington for some weeks You can buy Irish potatoes turnips ealibago and onions in small or large lots from W H Hardin Dr Milpcr of Inlon Star was in town one day last week Called to see Mrs Dr A M Kincheloe Tho lirown brothers bought tho Slaton farm that was sold at the court house Â¬ Â¬ it Said tailor pays this Ovo dullaps to his shoemakerr Said shoemaker pays It to his carpenter Said carpenter pays It to his baker Said baker pays it to his painter Said painter pajs It to his tobacconist Said tobacconist pays It to his grocer Said grocer pays It to his horse feee man Said horse reed man pays It to his tinner Said fnner pays It to his Iron caster Said Iron caster pays It to his coal dealer Co Said coal dealer pays It back to Julius Winter - j i NEW BETHEL Mr Alfred Miller fa ill at this writing Wo are having Borne beautiful weather at present Mrs Mary Hamcs visitcirMis Aman da Hcndrick last Saturday I am very glad that Mrs Dr Smith of Clovertiort Is convalescent Mrs Hcttle Hawkins was the guest of Mrs Mary Barnes lost Friday Itev Jos Duggins filled bis regular ap Â¬ pointments hero the 11th arid J4th MrIrvin Barnes attended prayer meet- Â¬ ing at Hitos Hun Wednesday night Mr Dick Miller who sprained his foot a few days ago is now able to hobble about Mrs Nella Miller went to Hardinsburg Tuesday visiting her sisters who are very ill Mr Irvln Barnes has burned ono largo tobacco bed and is preparing to burn another Mrs Caleb Hawkins has la grippe as also Mr Will Adkissou and brother Kichard Mrs James S Barnes and sister Miss Mattie Seaton visited Mrs Ann Miller yesterday Thero was a X rnas tree at New Beth Â¬ el school house nnd thoso who were present enjoyed it very much Mrs John Miller and daughter Nannie and Miss Lucy Squires of Hocky Bun nre very ill at this writing Mrs John Miller nee Stitli fa now lying in a very critical condition with tumors of tho bend and jaws just like her sister Mrs Dr Kincheloo of Hardinsbiirg While Mrs Mary Barnes was return- Â¬ ing from Cloverport a few days ago tho mule which she was riding fell with her and threw her over his head and came very near breaking her neck and right shoulder Sho has not fully recovered from tho shock yet but is greatly im- Â¬ proved Miss Jennie Barnes has returned from Tobinsport where she has been for two weeks past visiting her brother and spending tho holidays Sho attended two Christmas trees and had quite an en- Â¬ joyable time She attended a protracted meeting at tho Methodist church and prayer meetings at tho Baptist church Â¬ Will any home rule mechanic with the intelligence to knowwhat is good for him buy in the future Eastern-made Clothing or will he buy his supply from Julius Winter Co Louisville Ky the only Louis- Â¬ ville ready made clothing manufacturers for the retail trade 50000 FRUIT TREES ATTHE-- i- EKRON NURSERY - party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY are authorised to nnnonncc Judge MIL Â¬ HOAItDofllardlnsbiiriai a candi date for re election to the oflice or County At Â¬ torney of llrcckenrldge County subject to the action of the Democratic party WK HltOWN of Cloverport at a candidate for County Attrrney of llrickenridgc County tub- to the action of the Dimocrill party jeil arc authorised to announce H N MIL- LKIt of Cloverport at a candidate for County Attorney subject to the action of the HipubUcin Convention to be held in llardlns burg on Monday Icbruary u I Vl- - are authorised to announce dlS is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfacts of thesjst m Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Q5acold by Druggists 7oc Halls Catarrah Cure tobacco for sale will do well to call on Mr Winubrinner of our tow n Mrs James T Itoberls has moved to just now A lady in social circles prominent for will having delightful entertainments give a masquerade danco in February Please dont let it fall in Lent for that bars Homo of us out I had a pleasant chat with my Dig Spring friend Mr Gabe Meador on last Thursday He reports the little villa O K All but Mr John Hardin who lias another attac fromk his old enemy la grippe Mrs Hardin I as your old teacher and adviser would suggest Charade and Proverb Socials or Quotation Even- Â¬ ing Your minister every member and the children could engage and bo beac fited The church needs tho cents nick les dimes and dollars Cards have been received here an- Â¬ nouncing tho marriage of Mfcs Ellic Haw lings to Frank Julius Stephenson January Kith at Moran Kansas Ellio is well known and much beloved in this community and wo all wish her happi Â¬ ness according to biblical measure pressed down and running over Jack New ton son of Bro Newton who was minister of the Methodist church hole about ten years ago committed suicide at liussellville on the 0th by morphine Jack was not altogether a good boy and was always considered No cause assigned for the eccentric rash act I never heard a word of Stringency of the times during the past holidays Let us hope tho popular topic like the ballad After the Ball has been worn thread bare Let tho Lamentations of Jeremiah bo turned to the Exultant An optimist everytimo 6ongs of David to a pessimist I told you in tho letter that never came of the handsome silver pitcher at Nevittiv Goughs and about the guess cards Last Friday tho nuts in the jar wero counted and tho cards four or five hundred woro compared Several camo within one or two of the number but Mrs J L Malin and Mrs Jim Itichard son guessed exactly and of course tied Mrs Malin bought Mrs Hiclmrdson out Early announcements for county offices aro still in order Onr genial friend Judge II C Hawling8 will havo opposi- Â¬ tion in our good natured complacent neighbor Mr S P Woolfolk If I were a man what a dilemma I would bo in Both such excellent citizens efficient ofllco holders and sound Democrats Mako your choico yo legion of friends and support him through thick and thin Spring Delivery Persons desiring to plant out an Orchard this Spring will find it to their interest to get prices from us as we are selling at liard times prices All stock guaranteed as Correspondence and patronage represented solicited FOR Uniontown where her husband gaged in the revenue service Jess Miller of Cloverport fa en Â¬ 1804 TOBINSPORT Cass Whitehead went lo Louisville Sunday Meeting in progress at the Floating Chapel now Alva I yon went to Mill Stone Satur day to see about some board timber Alva Kyan Sr has been quite sick the past few days but is improving now Mr George Earles of near Home was down Sunday the guest of John Hiley Polk Messrs Bob and Horace Lamb were over from Patcsvillo and spent Saturday in our midst Wheat is moing from hero at SOcts per bushel Cass Whitehead is doing about all the buying The Cannelton papers have had a super abundance of correspondence from here in tin last few weeks Mr Eil Gordon of Patesville was here Saturday and Sunday tho guest of his daughter Mrs Helen Haynes Press Polk from Hear Creek was hero Saturday and Sunday He came down to accompany ids daughter Miss Gertrude home Quite a number of farmers have sold their potatoes in tho last few days Tho prices rule lower now than at harvest time They are worth SJcts per bushel now and liO then Â¬ lTK TK are authorised to announce Jlssiv It KSKHIIXi of ILirdliikburg as a Candi date for County Attorney of llrickenridgc coun ty subject to the ictlun ol llic itipuimcui con vention 1 ebruary u iSl- - W SIX PAGES is in order from Mayor Harry Tlie people would like to know v hat ho proposes to do A won imatiox Tiiosk of onr readers who enjoy reading a ood sermon from a noted divine will find one on our fourth page Â¬ The lion Henry Watteison and tho Divine 1ntti WitMliingtou were schoolmates at Tlioy are very dear friends yet Sinkiiie grows inoro interesting with each Installment If you are not reading it you are missing something good in tho way of a story The live wide awako candidates the men who aro in it and are striving to get there are regularly announced in these columns Kvebviiodys looking to the announce Â¬ They want ment columns of tho News OBITUARY to see and know just who tho candidates acSteiIikxsi out Ky Jan 17th 18JI are so they can maku up their minds cordingly died at her home or brain fever Dec aged IS Miss Sudie C Adkisson The Frankfort Capital under its new L2 years 11 months and 10 days The subject of this most sad death and management lias the fire and snap of a real livo newspaper We congratulate bereavement was tho daughter of Mr you Ilro Willis You know a thing or and Mis Allen Adkissou She professed ftlth in Christ and uni two about running a good newspaper ted witli the New Hethel Baptist church There are a few candidates out in the at -- 0 years o age Sho was faithful un Ijiisiko yet That is they say they aro to her deatlt always occupying her seat candidate buftho general public dont in the choir Shesulfbred a great deal dur Â¬ know it An announcement of tho fact ing lierBicknehs yet bore It w ith christian through tho Nkwb fa tho only sure way fortitude Sho wasgentlo and of a lov Â¬ ing disposition It was Gods will tocall of settling the matter her in tho bloom of life to that upper A splendid new pavement made of and better Kingdom which He has pre Â¬ dwell with angels where all Cloverport brick now surrounds our pared Who sorrow and trouble will ho oer Sudie capitol squaro at Jlanlinsburg says it fa not a valuable improvement was loved and admired by a largo and one of which every citien of tho circlo of friends for her many sterling Will Give S100 and attractive qualities May father county should bo proud of A question asked with tho deslro of mother and sister grieve and weep no more our divine Savior knows all things an answer from some ono who may bo They still keep up their interested Why will our people nav to best way of doing things down at May her bereaved Parents and bur nn agent from 25 to 50 more for an Owensboro Tho members of the city organ than they will pay a dealer at council never rise to their feet when ad many friends so walk in the path of Wo do bettor than light that wjien GoJ calls them from home and from 575 to 150 inoro for a dressing tho Mayor this earthly tabernacle of clay thflrsplr piano than they will for ono at homo that hero in this ono boss town its will be prepared to meet that loved Now wo will give 100 to any one if wo cant duplicate any piano or organ in IIakdixsiuto voted for local option one where parting will bo no more all this county at a cost from 15 to 150 A rillENI and got Prohibition puro and simple less than any agents cost Wo will do A man cant get liquor out thcro now on Viekj Floral Guide 1804 what wo say and if you aro afraid wo tho prescription of a physician even Tho It contains descriptions that describe will dont answer ubovo question but go druggists wont look at a presciiptlou not mislead illustrations that instruct pay to Mr H Hig Bills A Uust Hut wo with tho name of whiskey written upon not exaggerate This year it comes to mean just what we say it Its a bad placo to bo snake bitten Your Jewelers us in a suit of gold Printed in eight T 0 Lewis A Co The Alabama Delegation in Congress different colors besides black Colored Hardlnsburg Ky wants an amendment to tho Wilson plates of Chrysanthemums poppies and tariirbill providing for a duty of 10 cents vegetables On tiro front cover is a very Ayers Hair Vigor prevents tho hair per ton on iron and coal and 0 cents a exquisite bunch of Vicks New White from falling anil restores gray hair to 1000 feet on rougli lumber They aro in Branching Aster and on tho bark is tho its original color Ayers Almanac at favor ot an Incomo tax and a duty of ono Now Double Anemone 112 pages filled your druggists cent a pound on sugar They aro also in with many new novelties of valuo as Keys Basham favor of letting in cotton mill machinery well as all tho old leading varieties of flowers and vegetables On the 1 Ith day of January Mr A J free Wo adviso our friends who intend do Keys Jr and Miss Annio Basham wero Mayoii Harry will bring this town out ing anything in tho garden this year to married at tho residence of tho brides of tho ruts if you will glvo him half a consult Vlck before starting operations father Mr 0 F Basliain amidst a host chance Hell not squander any funds Send 10 ceuts to James Vicks Sons of friends and relatives I to v Clinton either Tho management of his own Iloclfeatur N Y for Vicks Uunlo it Argabright officiating Immediately privato aflalra do not indicato that jio costs nothing its you can deduct tho 10 jifjor tlio ceremony and congratulations upends monoy recklessly He takes a cents from first order It certainly wllT they repared to tho rcsldenco of the pride In his home ho U economical he pay you grooms fathorAJKoyc Sr where they Is conservative- in all his privato altirs met witli on accordant reception May Many Persons they lea happy and prosperous lifo Is Ho will act for this city like ho acts for Ira broken down from overwork or household Urowits Iron Hitters ex the wish of their friend himself Dont kill tilth off with a 12 rebuilds tho system alls ingestion removes Vape Mecujj annual mUiry cess of bile ami cures inalarU Uct tho jenuluti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was here Monday and pronounced himself n can Â¬ didate for County Court Clcik When you see eighteen or twenty wagon loads of tobacco on our streets waiting to bo unloaded it looks like bus Â¬ iness The Sheriu sold Bennett Devenports colored lot in Cloverport at the court house door Monday lo satisfy a judg Â¬ ment of i Lj due the estate of Jitmes Miller Mr Hobert A Smith has opened a blacksmith shop in this place on tho lot near his residence Ho fa prepared to do horse shoeing and all work in his line David Hardin who lias been living for some time in Missouri lias moved tothis place Ho will engage in the family grocery business witli his brother W H Hardin Mrs Scliull of Ohio county who has been here visiting her daughter Mth Frank Haswell returned homo last week r accompanied by her little Hettie Haswell John Hudson from the neighborhood of Hudsouville has petitioned tho County Court that letters of administra- Â¬ tion granted Jninrs Paul on the estate of Mrs Hudson be set aside Mrs Leo Hishop gave a party to a number of girls and boys at her homo hero last Saturday night When the party was over Mrs Hishop treated tho little ones to oranges and candy Ernest Itobertsbn member of the Democratic County Committee from Hock Vale wns in town last Saturday Ho says ho thinks the committeo will bo called together Boon and that there will ho an early primary W II Hardin has just got in a new stock of family groceries nnd notions for his increasing tiado Ho has recently made some changes in Ids business which will allow him to carry a larger stock than heretofore Tho will of John Miller brother of Mr Win Miller who died a short timo since was admitted to probate in the County Court Monday Ho devises ids entiro estate real and personal to Mr Will Millers daughters except that part coming to him from his brother James Millers estate which ho allows tobodis trihutcd as tho law directs Â¬ grand-daughte- Massey Fimire EKRON KY HAWLEYS Iittle CyeloneClotlie the following reasons y r Waglier also Mr Wm H Moore 307 S Charles St A perfect wonder and a joy to every household making wash day Baltimore Md a Commision Merchant one of pleasure instead of dread and drudgery which thousonds of recommends Salvation Oil for rheuma- Â¬ tism and chilblains Ho wiitcs My mothers will testify to all along tho line wife and son havo used Salvation Oil for rheumatism and chilblains with murked Positively the Best and Cheapest Washer over offered to the Public for efficacy weighing only two pounds sisters Mrs Payne and Mrs Compton Tho principal feature of this Washer is in forcing the hot water and J C Kurtz Is confined to his room with a severe cold contracted in Hardin suds through the clothes by compressed air county during X mas Mr Cooms of Hardinsburg is in this OF ONLY vicinity prevailing on the farmers to try THUS PLACING IT WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY FAMILY Ids patent fonco supporter Mr Ansel Carden of near here will superintend the farm of Mr J M Patte son of Meado county this year Mr L H Adkisson candidate for Co was circulating among his assessor many friends of this neighborhood his FIRST It is the most durahle SECOND It requires less labor THIRD It will do a greater variety of work FOURTH It will do Henrv Kurtz claims to havo tho larcest tho same amount of work in less timo than any other without wearing growth of beard in tliesediRgins It is less cumbersome Mr Arthur Mattinglyis visiting his the clothes or fulling or shrinking tho flannel WEBSTER THE PRICE THIS WASHER IS 300 P S BELL Agent JJreckcnridge Cloverport Ky old homo The day following a recent entertain- Â¬ ment here I heard ono of tho guests say of tho hostess Why is it that Mrs always says just the right thing to each one why is it tiiat sho is so popular so sweet good and agreeable Ho then added I do wish thero wero more such women Ill toll you tho secret of her potent power hor irresistible charm Shes loving and solf sacrificlng sho doesnt harbor past grief old replnings or cherish unpleasant thoughts which mako sepulchres of her soul and a cemo tery for other people She incites brain culturo studies heart gentleness charity About a year ago I took a violent at Â¬ graciousness and tho enlargement of sense and feeling Sho makes tho most tack of la grippp I coughed day nnd of all things agreeable and is a consistent night for about six weeks my wifo then suggested that I try Chnmbirlaln8 Cough christian Kemcdy At first I could seo no differ Â¬ Tho ladies tried another Aid Social ence but still kept taking it and soon at Mrs Mary Martins last Friday night found that it was what I needed I I Not as many as forn orly camo out but a got no relief from ono dose I took an- Â¬ pleasant ovo anyhow Christs miruclo other and It was only n few days until I at tho marriage in Cana of Galileo was was irce irom tuo cougii i tiiink peoplo in general ought to know tho value of ono of tho manifestations of His divinity this remedy and I take pleasure In ac By His presouco at this feast He would knowledging the benefit I teach us that Christians may not con- Â¬ from it Madison Mustard havo received Otway 0iio demn and avoid but may hallow and 25 and 50 cent bottles for sain liv A It Fsher Cloverport and Witt A Meador- purify occasions of social Intercourse When in doubt as to what occasions are iiartunsuurg tiruggists proper let It bo those in which our Lord DIED would not be a welcome guest Lqt us ABiicuirrT Tliunsday morning Jan net and appear as if we knew Him to bo present and then wo shall bo safe I 11 near Irvlngton Witt elicrstyoun beliovo ovory dear womnnaud each est eon p Honry VV un4 niry E 4shi craft Memorial servlcua to be hold at young lady so Interested in those Aids felt like Iter blessed Lord and Master Band Hill church Sunday January 21 at 11 a in could not condemn I Charles Henry Claycoiub n genial and popular young man has been suffering witli fever and ague tho result of a three weeks hunt in the swamps of Arkansas Mr T B Henderson is still being urged to enter tho raco for County Court Clerk by his many frlonds No better man than Comp Henderson is the verdict of all who know him Tho Clifton Mills correspondent accuses peoplo of howling about insignificant pensions of ten or twolvo dollars por Wo wonld just remind him month that these insignificant pensions cost Uncle Sam more than it costs either England or Germany to maintain thejr vast armies Tho few scattering republicans of thfa precinct aro much elated over their re- Â¬ cent victory and think they will havo a walkover at tho next election Con- Â¬ sequently many of thorn expect to bo In the scramble after the offices aud If every domocrat will do his duty theso Rads will become a eaildor but much wiser set of fellows A Happy and Prosperous r New Year to All To you my dear people of Hardinsburg of Breckenridgo County and every friend wherever ho or sho may bo I hope the I blessing of fortuno and favor m ay showor most abundantly down upon y u this year of 1891 Thanking you all for the liberal ptror age of tho past especially during tho holidays and hoping that in our dealings of tho past wo havo merited your apprpval and esteemed confidence and that in tho future your blessings ami kindness may bo our reward wo aro Very respectfully t atf Your Jewelers and Musical Merchants fV3 f T C Lewis Co HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY FOR orjj V ABK OuutTV Pi 114 wU reduce your weight IFliMtNrNTIY from I to i pound a month Ickncn or Injury NO IUI Ml STARVING LICIT V Tbay build up the health and bemiti I the connlexlun leaving NO WHINKLKS or d itlfliciilt Ubblniit STOUT AHDOMKMS brtthiPKury relloycd HO KPIiKIMKVr Compliments Gloyerports Judgment but fCMntfric nd wxlfive teller adopted only With Albert Harry as and Gus aiier vtiara or experience aii orueri aunnkuue Brown aa Qity AttorneyMayor uirairs of tlio direct from our office Price j oo per or three iMckart for joo by mail postiiid Cloverport are in safe jmnda nnd uood TcitlmouUU and particular tealed act government Ja wired Meado Messen Â¬ All FAT PEOPLE I will tell lot or fine White Oak Timlirrnr my entire farm acre of well watered well timbered and well lenced land flood dwelling good tobacco burn good itck barn and a fine young orchard J II qMAKTCIuyerport Ky 8AIE Correspondence Strictly Confidential PARK ger REMEDY CO Boston Mass Mrs W 8 SUort bw been quite eFck for a week Gua Brown formorly of this commun- Â¬ ity lias recently been selected City At Â¬ torney of Clovemort y commend tba wladpm of tbe board In the selection Meado Messenger THR BfimGKmttRIDGR NEWS GLOYRROH BRECKENMDGE WKHNKSDAY 3KV a lEWS 17 JANlAHY 18IU THE MILLS GRIND SECOND WEEK OF THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION PASSES OFF QUIETLY Â¬ r A bill was introduced by Mr Qulgly prohibiting tho organizing or continuance of any societies whose purpose Is a dlscrimlnntl tn between Christians be Â¬ cause ol their religion and a flno of from 500 to 1000 Istlxed for Its violation This is considered u btow at the A l A society Mr Hardin of Meade Inlrodui ed a hill to amend an act relating tn claims upon tlid Treasury Claims House adjourned to meet to morrow nt 10 oclock Â¬ SIROCCO Undo Cornelius llaynes Is very poor Â¬ Hls ion J H Ilnynis Is suffering with la grippe La Grippe has taken up its niitirli in Joe Keafus is just tills direction again recovering from a Revere ppell Hill Wright has moved his family to Mr Jim Uiownrt Jtlll Is fast sinking under the ravages of consumption Sirocco wo admire you mid your llights hut tnethlnks you sntir so high your wings get n little tired Clifton ly Mills Wedn winy Jan 10 Two bll s were providMany Now Bills Introduced and submitted to the Senate to day ing for new capltol buildings Tho cost Othors Aro Advanced on is not to exceed 1000000 Senator Trigg wonts pool selling stopthe Calendar ped and his new bill submitted to dny 100 to 1000 fixes a fine ranging from should it become a law and violated GET THERE A SPIRIT OF In accordance with the recommenda Â¬ SEEMS TO POSSESS BOTH tion of the Governors message Senator LAW MAKING BODIES IlisBcm introduced a bill which provides that the tax rate shall be redured from nls to forty forty two and one half Many Members Go Home on Satur- Â¬ cents on the 100 wo th of taxable prop erty day and Short Sessions Are A bill proposing to so nmend the asperthe Natural Results ate coach law that it will not apply to cabooses on freight trains was introduc- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIIFBKNATK Â¬ NO LAWS MADE YET Special Kv Jan 8tli The Sonnto held n short session to day at which n number of bills was presented The Governor sent in the following r cominenda ions for the Western Insane Asylum Commissioners Thos lireen to succeed himself Charles F Jarret to succeed himself Alexander Lninpill to succeed himself S G Buckner to suc Â¬ All the ceed M G Shaw resigned terms are for eight years except that of Campell which will expr January 1 KitANKFOiiT bill was proposed allowing cacli pauper idoit In the state 75 a year for sup- Â¬ port The old bill abolishing tho Stale Board This bill of Supr I sure was submitted passed tho Senate but was defeated in House A n solution was submitted and order Â¬ ed printed providing for a just mode of selecting tho Long Term and Short Term Senators Many bills that had had their Fust reading were read the second titno Most every bill that a Republican sub- Â¬ mits is some ammendmeut to the election laws They seem to bo looking out more for party than for tho interest of tho public Â¬ Â¬ 1890 A THE HOUSE The House did uotconveno to day it having adjourned an Saturday till Tuesday Â¬ Til K SENATE V Tuesday Jan Uth Both houses aro down to work again and tho second weeks grind ot tho Legislative mill is on Win Lindsay was to day re elected to tho United States Senate in both houses by a vote in the Senate of 20 to 11 and in the Houso by 00 to 21 Judge Finley was tho Republican candidate Clarence M Bato of Jefferson county was put in nomination in tho House as a Peoples party candidate and ho received two votes His name was not mentioned in the Senate As the Legislature first con- Â¬ vened on Tuesday it is a disputed point as to whether this is tho second Tuesday after the convening and should it bo do clded that it is the first tho election of United States Senator will bo done over again next Tuesday Anyhow tho As- Â¬ sembly is on safe ground by taking a bal- Â¬ lot to day A bill was introduced in the Senate by Mr Thompson providing that mem Â¬ bers ol tho General Assembly Bbould not bo jtaid for days on which they were absent unless their own illness or sick Â¬ ness in their families kept them away from Greonup Mr Bennett ltep county introduced a bill to amend tho election laws so that thirty six square miles of territory should represent an election precinct tho lines to bo estab- Â¬ lished by tho County Courts en or before the August term Mr Tyler introduced a bill making it unlawful for any ono to bocomo intoxi- Â¬ cated within a half mllo of a voting placo on ny election primary or convention day Tho penalty attached is a fine of 5 to 25 on conviction Mr Hayes submitted a bill to amend tho charter of cities of the fifth class It gives tho council the privllego to grado and ptvo streets at tho oxpenso of the owners of tho property in front of which tho improvements aro made Mr Moore also introduced a bill to amend the charters of fifth class cities and it provides that questions affecting thn validity of an ordinance by law or rule bo tried by writ of prohibition from Circuit Court Senator A J Gross was granted leave of absence because of illness Senate adjourned till 1030 to morrow THE HOUSE Tuesday Jan 0th Mr Blair Itep proposes to alter tho make up of tho Australian ballot His bill introduced to day removes tho rooster and eagle devices and places tho names of candi- Â¬ dates in relist to the right of which would bo tho namo of tho party and on tho right of this would be tho square for This would creato tho stencil mark quite u confusion in voting and tho bill will be burled by tho disapproval ot Democrats Mr White of Hardin submitted a bill providing for the protection of birds It prohibits tho destruction of quail prairie lien partridge pheasant and wood cocks by-- shooting trapping or otherwise for a period of two years and attaches n penalty of a fine of not lesa than 20 nor more than 10 and the cost ofthfi prosecution The bill has splen Â¬ did chances to become a law A bill was submitted providing for eight mqnths school each year and any deficit in the county treasury caused thereby is to be recovered by issuing bonds and levying an additional tak of twenty live cents on oacli 100 worth ot property Let us alt as correspondents to this paper Join hands and heaits to write regularly and stand by tho Editor and ono another through IS I Ilrandcn burg Rev Arnbrlghts meeting of two weeks duration closed at Cold Spring the 7th with one nddltion Miss Agusta Harrison of Hopkinsville was convert ed and was immersed in the Ohio river nt Richardsons Lauding the Cth Inst You may notch it on do pnllns that Dan Horn will soon lay aside tho old robo of single blessedness and don tho velvet y nttiro of a bridegroom Dan says When ever an epidemic rages I ed This reminds mo The Senate passed the list bills of tho ntri sure to bo in it of n gag Dan got off about the closing adjourned session today then of tho last campaign He said that John THE HOUSE Wednesduy Jan 10 The House met Hardin lost I01180 Corner with ouo lick early listened to tho reading of somo reports from committees and adjourned I keep my eyes sot on the American till twelve oclock for fie want of some Â¬ eagle the prido of god like Job who thing to do soars highest in heavens etherial azure On reconvening several bills received vault If I fall like tho gallant Hector their second reading Ill 1roclilm to kings In rnjil state At noon the formality of a joint ballot That tho I perish yet I perish Krcit for United States Senator was taken by If I were endowed with such high inboth lioust s Lindsay was elected over tellectual capacity such immense mag Â¬ Finley by a strictly party vote nitude and due ponderosity as some THE SENATE Thursday Jan 11th Most the time correspondents like Moses I would in tho Senate was taken up to day by stand on tho mountain tops and proclaim reading bills Senator Hodges intro- Â¬ my eloquence throughout tho world duced a bill providing that there shall then I know people would admire bo at least one female physician appoint- Â¬ me ed for each lunatic asylum in which My communication was so hurriedly female patients aro confined gotten up last week I fniled to chronical An amendment to the election law tho following item Miss Lizio Sellers providing for the preservation of ballots of Nicholasville Dr Foster of Louiswas proposed This is wanted that they ville and Miss Nun n hi Magncss of New may bo used ns evidence in contested Albany were among tho ninny guests elections entertained at tho hospitable homo of Senator Goebel introduced a bill which Mr and Mrs R 13 Shackktt Christmas raises the ago of consent of women from night A case of lapsus memoriae 12 to 18 years with me Miss Magncss often visits in The bill to prevent tho printing or cir- Â¬ this vicinity and is considered u most culation of obscene pictures or literature estimablo lady by all who are fortunate was passed without a dissenting voice enough to make her acquaintencc She and is now ready for the House left for her homo in tho city directly The bill for docking absentees was after tho holidays killed Correspondents who aro inclined to An act submitted by Senator Gross pick Haws in my communications will relating to charitable institutions was please study for a moment then ask partially read and hold for further read Â¬ themselves tho question If I had to ing work hard all day on tho farm and write THE HOUSE Thursday Jan 10 The House Com- Â¬ for my favorite paper at night wouldnt Tho mittee on Revenue and Taxation report Â¬ my wings feel a little tired ed adversely the bill to abolish the State mind as well as tho body needs rest Board of Equalization Tho House They will also please remember that advanced tho bill to its second compositors are not infallible While I however reading notwithstanding tho Committees am far from being perfect there are many mistakes in my letters that I am report morti- Â¬ The bill of Mr Hawes of Hancock al- Â¬ not responsible for and while it lowing a distiller to sell as small a quant- Â¬ fies me to see them I can not think that ity of liquor as one gallon without b ing it is the compositors willful negligence A few days ago I saw a man pick up n termed a retailer was killed Tho bill to allow cities of tho fifth class copy of the News and peruse it with as to elect a marshal not residing in tho city grave a face as though his mind was limits was again referred to tho Com- Â¬ deeply wrapted in the mysteries of com- Â¬ Tho Houso munism deism realism or somo other mittee on Municipalltiis ism when all of a sudden his mouth then adjourned till to morrow flew open his fnlso teeth hit the wall on THE SENATE Friday Jan 12 The Senate session tho opposite sido of the room his head to day was uneventful Mr Klliston in- Â¬ declined backward and ho went off into When troduced a bill pioviding that all corpor- Â¬ what I took to bo a paroxysm ations exercising special or exclusive ho had sufficiently recovered to inako privileges should in addition to their known the object that had so completely regular tax pay a tax on their franchis- Â¬ paralyzed him ho pointed his finger Sweet Building and Loan Associations are at tho following paragraph es excepted but their shares must bo tnxed Music Music hath charms to sootho as personal property belonging to tho the savage beast thats why they put individual share holders a brass band around n dogs neck see THE HOUSE While writing this communication I Friday Jan 12 A bill wosintroduced hear the low mutteriugs of distant thuncreating tho office of Dairy and Food der In my minds eyol sco tho storm Commissioner cloud gathering in tho south east Mr Finley introduced a bill which cyclonic in its appearance looks like it provides that wage labor shall be paid at might be a regular twist r Forked noon on Saturday of the second week lightoning8 play around my unprudential This applies to corporations and individhead wliil- tho cold limrds of despair uals employing as many as six persons creep down my back and penetrate my agriculture and domestic service being ex- Â¬ whole anatomy Yes tho funnel-shapecepted A fine of from 5 to 50 may bo monster comes nearer itnd nearer assessed for a violation of tho law Hock of ages cleft for me A majority report on the Follis Gil- Â¬ Let me hide my sell In the liam contest was made to tho Houso to- Â¬ Brother and sister correspondents Mr day It recommends that tho present Incumbent George Follis is entitled to tho seat Follis is tho Democrat Saturday Jan 13 As Saturday is always a slack day in Legislative circles to day was no exception in tho Frank- Â¬ fort body of law makers Many of tho representatives had started home by uoon and those who remained were not attacked by a raging spirit of industry Mr Crenshaw of Bullitt introduced a bill in tho Houso that reduces the Gov- Â¬ ernors salary from 0500 to 5600 The Bullitt representative is an old man almost a child again and he wants all He creates much salaries reduced VfrZZ amusement by klcklogat everything that Ur Mary O Uadley has to be paid for by the tax payers Otter Creek Me E M 8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d lvdltor piepnro to drop a tear and catch n cold over tho last resting placo of your Sirocco correspondent Heres to you my fair sister for n real old Kentucky shake on thnt only I fear I cannot write regularly on nccount of having so many fish to fry when the frying season comes on Anil too ns hits been said before this U not n newsy place but when I find any all utt Ill skim over tho waters nfter it and land it into tho Xuws olllce instanter It is so inn h nicer for brother and sister correspondents to have a kind word for each other than to cut and slash at one another like Borne correspondents do It always looks to me like their suords cut backward something like n boomerang in its mechanical action or to use the words of the poet their i Trenchant Made Toledo trusty For want nf fightlnir has grown runlj And eati Into itscll for lack Of snmctiojy to hew and hack Kound OJlJ JlhOMl tnrrrctly weekly by Iuniplirev V luiifcr Im itminfnclnn Mcrthanls J16 Second Mhet Main and Market Luuistillc Ky dine creditably Informed that a fruit agent from yonder shore representing n nursery in yonder state who lias been here before and put out a bate who we dont want to see any more for ho isnt llrststruitwill soon bo over to canvass Meade comity And tho un We wary will buy of him of course naturally feel a sympathy for the mnimed tho halt the blind until we find them reveling in tho wiles of trick- Â¬ ery when antipathy usurps the place of sympathy They cense to draw on our stock of commiseration instead call down just condemnation from nn honest I w iibiding people A hint to tio wise 1 is sulllcicnt wiy unto you watch There are very fine nuisciles In our sister state that grow the finest of fruits and if we could buy direct from tho pro ducers we might safely venture but this nart of Meade has been terribly hum bugged by salesmen from otlies states and even from our own state whoso con science jingles in their pockets Bitterly lost to integrity they go about with a Judas Iscariot face on em making the fairest promises fulfilling them never They will sell you the bist variety of budded peoch trees for from 12 to 0 per hundred nnd when they begin to bear you find them to be some kind of a dwarf seedling far inferior to the Heed lings you have planted and cultivated yourselves There nre reliable agents in our own good states born nnd raised among us Nurseries too thnt have been weighed in tho balances and not found wanting Ashbys Highland Nursery for Instance lino n clear record in this part of tho fruit growing district Sever- Â¬ al orders that I know of from here will reach him in time for spring setting Also Mr Sam lhillpot near Andyville is fast working his way to the front Hardin nnd others have a clear reputa tion ns gentlemen to bo depended on Dont think because I am blowing em up thnt I nm u fruit agent They will doubtless be surprised should their eyes chance to fall on this communication I nm agent tor nothing but the Biikckkn Leave your dollar with kiuoe News Charlie Morgan nnd you will soon bo I ex Â¬ saying with A M Weidman pect to tnko the Biux kexiuixii News ns long ns I live I am Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Owe It Â¬ To suffering Immunity to tell tho grent benefit my wife has received from Parks Sure Curetlio truly great Liver and Kid ney Cure She has been constitutionally wrecked for several years Tried over thing fruitlessly After much persua Â¬ sion from my druggist banked by his guarantee I bought a bottle of Barks Sure Cure and the results are more than wonderful W 1 BayesU401 Jones St Omaha Neb A It Fisher druggist McDANIELS Mr Win 1ryor was in Lcitchlleld last week Mr Lon Glascock was In Louisville last week Mrs Mary Wilson spent the tenth nt fumjBLmzi7 the parsonage Miss Dora McDaniel has been very sick but is up again Dr Hart and Mr Win Clark were in Lcitchficld this week Miss Alma Hicks has gone to Catioy- vlllo to visit relatives Rev K N Motcalfo was in West View this week on business Mr Horace Hunter attcuded Quarter Â¬ ly meeting at Kphesus the Uth nnd 7th ult The young people had a dauco nt Mr Ken Khodes n fow days since Several church members attended Tho Inrgest bnby boy ever saw came to tho houso of Mr Crobus living ono night on Allison Glascocks farm this week I suppose MUs Mittlo Frnlze was as- Â¬ tonished to learn that sho had been to Loulsvillo to spend the holidays I wrote that sho hud gone to Leitchfield Somo peoplo do not llko to work but they must eat so wo conclude that tho man who was on tho walk between Mr Allison Glascocks dwelling and tho meat houso wanted something to eat especially when ho ran on being dis- Â¬ trate Not many winters ago Mr McGinty was employed to take a couplo of commercial travelers from Derby to Steph ensport in a skiff Twos in tho mouth of February and tho river was just at that stage when it is m high that both shores are swept with a strong current and not high enough to cieate up stream eddies back of tho willows The distance between the two points mentioned above is ten miles and the trip down stream was easily made in less than an hour Just at noon Uncle Charlie started back For two miles or more above Stephensport extends u rocky shore not incumbered by trees or brush Mr McGinty had provided himself witli a trot line und tying one end of this to n ho stnred cordeling the rowe loek skiff up tiio river All went well till the skill run upon n hidden rock about twenty yurds from shore nnd stuck fast Uncle Charlie pulled nnd tutrged and twisted but the contrary skill would only swing round n little and still re Â¬ main fast on the rock At labt the old mau growing impatient gavo n quick jerk and parted tho trot line Tho only alternative now wns to breast tho cold water and swim out nnd shove the dis obedient craft otr the rock with his hands This was done nnd it was thought best to propel tho skiff witli oars the remainder of tho distance From tho head of tho Stephensport rocks to the foot of Flint Island is an unbroken willow lined shore witli many points extending far out into the river Against these points drift racks had formed nnd the water was whisking around them with tho velocity of n mill race Undo Charlie had always been proud of his skill as an oarsman and he would not bo bluffed out now The skill had to stand out beyond tho willows but nothing daunted ho bravely faced the powerful current Tho shades of night fell but ho still labored on for hours nt a time it seemed ho would stand at the point of a driftrnck gaining only by inches to miss n stroke wns to bo swept back many feet nnd carried down stream nt the rate of ten or twelve miles an hour daylight came again and found him well up in Chenault reach still bravely plying his oars Ho was hungry sleepy nnd tired but his dander was up mid ho would not seek a needed rest or embracing breakfast by stopping nt some neighborly houso nlong the shore Mid day camo again and lie still iu his little craft wns poking nlong just opposito Derby Still ho did not turn the bow of Ids skiff toward the Hoosier shore nnd homebut with blistered hands continued on his course til ho readied the point of tho bond three miles above Then he rowed out into tho middle of the river nnd leisurely llontcd down to Derby landing there about oclock In tho nttornoon As ho stepped out of his skiff it was noticed that ho was not In tho best of humors nnd ids acquaintances knew that it was best not to ply impertinent questions just yet Without recognizing anybody lie walked into tho nearest saloon nnd swallowed n big drink of whisky He then seated himself in a convenient chair and with a sick and silently wntched ngumo of Borry look Â¬ Â¬ 1 IOUtSVILLK KV Jan If IfcVt MiGinty Those who imagine that Shippers should mark all packages plainly McGinty Is in the bottom of the sea never made a graver nilstnke In their with shippers name and post oOlre addreis lives for Undo Charlie father of nil Choice country MITTKR 16 ir the McGluties is still living a few miles Medium II Ohio from here nt Derby Indi Common up tho Creamery 27 aim Fresh M now passed his The old man has II BANS three score years and ten but is still Michigan band picked I 75 to 1 85 hale and hearty He has been n river ndtaua Navy iU to 85 00 to 1 20 man from the early days of his youth Old or Common and colored DllIEW haying steamboated and llatboatcd all Apples choice AIlLEi AND PEACHES to bright quarters 4M tho way from littsburg to New Orleans Apples average yK to JJ in nnte railroad times when the Ohio Apples old Peaches new 4 to 5 and tho Mississippi were the great Peaches old KKAT11KHS thorough fares from east to west and from 37 north to south Ho loves the water is n Prime white goese Mixed 24 3b v great oarsman and had rather row a Old 15 20 1 duck 25 skiff than to ride in n finely cushioned Ho HIDES carriage if the same point can he Green rood 3 3f reached by water He has many pecul- Â¬ Dry Salt good 5 MB Hi 7 iarities among them being that of pugua Drv flint itood Sbeop skin 20 50 clous energy and n temper that at times 1OULTllY 5 can reach as high ns tho Rockies as the Hens per lb 0 12 Hootersper lb following amusing Incident will illusIt Spring Chickens per lb 2J -- 1 1 1 Cyy Tirer V- - Running Chances Â¬ oung Ducks per lb Oeese full featberd 7 Turkeys ROOTS Ginseng Ky find Indiana Yellow Rout 1AM E 3 75 9 2 25 10 75 15 25 10 2 50 Of the baby breaking your watch may not re Â¬ Some sult In damage or loss to jour pocket risks you can run without much danger others you can nut Misting an early Inspection of our stock of Solid SllvcrSpoons llutter Knives Napkin Rings and our elegant stock of Novel- Â¬ ties and Jewelry is one of the chances you can not run without Incurring a loss This stock Is superior to anything we ever oflcrcd before and it Is most assuredly superior to anything else now shown In this city nnd our prices are very low you should call at qnca and make a selection before the rush sets In F N DlIUY 1 ltabbltn Squirrels Quail WOOL 1 50 50 GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT C KENTUCKY Tub waohed 25 Urease fine 16 Irease coarse 12 Merino 12 Burr and Cuts 5 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Ileeswax a 21 Sorghum Molsties 35 30 HAY 01UIN FEED We quote price to day on Louisville city ii 3C Alio Wholesale and ItcUll Dealers in Yellow Pine Flooring and Ceiling Laths Cement Lime Shingles wharf OATS No 2 oat HAY 32 10 50 It 00 10 00 4 75 13 12 11 5 Hair Doors 00 00 00 50 Sash and Brick Blinds Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Drlght Straw CORN Choice white Choice shelled and all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for Homestead Fortilizoro Bone Meal and Troy a 4 3 3 3 U0 W4 411 CATTLE Good to extra rhipplng Light shipping Rest llutchers Medium to good butchers IIOOS 5 30 Choice packing and butchers 5 25 Fair to good A 50 Roughs Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under 00 Good to oxtrn 4 25 50 u 3 75 3 65 40 00 3 25 5 0 5 i 6 3 Orders accmiuiiniiil with thceish promptly tilled BANK OF - CA 40 30 75 25 HAKDrKTSBUE Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 87 600 F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier B O W BEARD SHEEP shipping A Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring Fair to good 2 75 1 50 4 50 2 50 3 25 2 50 4 75 4 00 S The New York Times A DEMOCRATIC What THE TIMES Is A bigli class newspaper NEWSPAPER fei I MORRIS ESKRIDGE r - Dire tor R M JOLLY y INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS -- for the city reader and fur the country home for the merchant tho poli Â¬ the professional man the financier tician tho teacher the farmer and tho me Â¬ chanic for every American who would be promptly and truthfully told what tho penplu of this world aro doing for women nnd for young folks Interested in household affairs in new books and old in art science religion in the rivalries of amateur and education sports In society nndlnall tho Ugliter goings on and wholesome gossip of the day It Is a full clean nnd complete newspaper conduct Â¬ ed with intelligence for intelligent people What THE TIMES believes in Federal taxation imposed in the Interest of the Government and of the whole people not for tho restriction of trade und tho benefit ol thn ftw an honest dollar that tbu hand of over til may receive without loss and pay pen Â¬ without same a liberal expenditure for sions to veterans who need and deserve thcin und to no others the Democratic Party as 11 better Instrument ility of popular government than tho Republican and in keeping that party true to Hit uiuis under sound leadership Tho financial page uf THE TIMES Is a capital manual for investors for bankers nnd the officer and Trustees of savings banks Hall Â¬ trust companies Ir surnnce companies way earnings stock nnd bond uotutloni In- Â¬ terest and dividend notices the organisation of new companies and ull financial news re Â¬ ports are promptly and acurately iirlted Note the excellence of Till TIMES in these James M Lewis Contractor Builtlel CLOVERPORT KY BfiTKfctiinuUs ost 11 furnislid on application BisTiiQuuirr quiim WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led nil Worm Romodles EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS - SOLI KV13KYWIIE11E rrFrJ jj niriunnsoi memcisk 10 ht ueis A MARVELOUS pirKBk DISCOVERY Positively rcmoyfea departments lluiikinn mill tliiitiiclnl 1olltlcv National auC statu Scliuolk unit LoIIvkvh Arm Sport Market ir in ytnuniina V Art unit Science Ilio Cliiirclie Hook ttevletvti iiikI Coiuiiinrclal Itoporlk INisV Now 4 5f ralnJ S500 Rowittd Ior Failure tor 5llglilet injury Tld astonish Â¬ Century ing ss It tints tie entire Veterinary v or Id Without Wonder of the 1Jth the Greatest THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES The subscription price of THE WEEKLY THE TIMES Is ONE DOLLAR a year WEEKLY TIMES Is a capital newspaper It cuntalns nil the current news cundeuied Iroin tho dispatches and reports of the dally edition besides literary matter discussions upon ag- Â¬ ricultural topics by practical farmers full aud accurate market reports of prices for farm pro Â¬ duce live stock Ac and a carefully prepared weekly woul market SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally 1 year 300 with Sunday 1000 100 with Sunday 100 Daily A months Dally a months 2 00 with Sunday 2S0 Dally 1 month 75 with Sunday Ducts Sunday year 200 Weekly 1 year 100 6 months SOcts 1 F Clrculsrs aid Sworn Proofs Malt ed rree pool After the liquor hud had time to begin to stick to the ribs and the old man was beginning to feel in better spirits some Undo Charlie ono ventured tho query wliydiihit you come over when you wns opposite here about noon what made you pull away up yonder to tho c o m A The CHARLES first of American Newspapers A DANNA Editor Salvation Oil has tho enviable distinct- Â¬ ion of being a synonym for cure of rheu- Â¬ matism neuralgia gout and kindred affections such as sciatica tiedouloureux etc It is growing more popular dally Tho peoplo will have it 25cls - Chills and Fever Expected to Die If you will take tlma to rend this letter I would llko to tell you what Hoods Sarsaparllla has done tor mo Threo year ago I was token with ehllU and lever and ulthotm i I slept In acold room even Inwluter I would tlud the light- But Hoods Gave Good Health LODIBURG Mr Sash Avitt is on tho sick list again Weddings and moving are all the talk now Hoods I Mr Archelous Morris lias moved on the New Hopo place Misses Doo Basham and Lillie Avitt contemplate starting to school at Hard insburg right Boon Mr Clint Squires and family have moved to his fathers near Raymond Mr H O Gllon and family visited J II Avitt Sunday Mr Andy Keys and Miss Annie Bas ham were married Sunday Jan 4th at the residence of the brides father Mr Q F Basham May their life be a life of joy and peace Â¬ est bed clothing too warm and wcild perspire till I could not speak then I would have chills and would shake so It would seem as It I made Uio houso tremble Threo physicians attended me at different times but did not help me and a Cures I Thought nut I read so much ot what Hoods Barsapv rllla was doing tor others I thought I would try It and I believe It has aared tuy life I am on toy seventh botUe and am now In good health Do not liavo chilli or fever and jel that I cannot prabm enough since It lias dono me so much tood Mas Mahv C lunucv iter vrco mo Must Die Hoods Sarsaparilla Ua ji Btll iVn nnk tiurflm hlln or trriiiSL ut Ml promptly easily and eoUlenllj see bond n I just wanted to show tho d Specimen copies will be sent free was the river that I could pull up it Postage prepaid to all points In the United snappish reply This brought the houso States Canada and Mexico In all other coundown nnd tho old man was soon toasted tries 2 cents per copy per day payable by the into n good humor However tho next subscriber time those drummers camo to Derby covered TERMS Ilcmlltinccs nt Cash In advance always Itov B A Cuudiff who has been at thoy had to walk to Stephensport the risk of tbe lubscrlber unless made by Marion und St Charles fcy has re- Â¬ iJiiitoVKnTiiK MoitAi3 An observant Registered Letter Cheek Postal Note Money turned homo Ho reports a good meet Â¬ Order or Express Order payable to Tho New citizen of Cloverport in discussing tho York Times Publishing Co Now York City ing at Marion there being several Â¬ conversions and sauctllicatlons Not a affairs of tho city n few days ago re- Address all ooinniunlcttlons tbui I have noticed ono thing marked great deal of success at St Charles TIIK NEW YORK TIMES since tho town has been lighted up of By all means let that case reported PrUtlng House Square nights there is not near so much drunk from Sirocco godnto court When such New York City N Y brouzht against sanctified enness nnd rowdyism on tho streets as charges aro preachers tliey ouglit to bo investigated there were somo tlmo ngouor arostreet H ga M h mm If the preachers are gulltythoy should be walkers so numerous and bold These with and if the chargo Is false dealt justice demands that they should bo ex classes do not care to be exposed to tho honorated gluring lights and they make themselves conspicuous by their absence Instead During tho epidemic of la grippe of these offensive classes wo now seo la Â¬ Chamberlains Cougb Remedy took the dles out shopping nnd making evening W COPYRIGHTS CAN lead horo and was much better liked calls Tho lights have certainly bene Â¬ prompt I OI1TA1Nan A PATENT t for to bonett opinion write answtir and II M fitted the morals of the town Bl U N N A CO than other cough medicines It may esperlenoelathe who have bad nearly ohr rtn ltens biulnsM Communlc 111 Bangs druggist Chats voth Tho bo that this mans cpnlons are right and tlunsstrictlreonflilentlal A Muudbatikolltv 00001111112 Talent and bow to ob grip Is much tho same as a very severe then ngiln it may bo that ho is early to formation lent irtM Also a catalogue oi inocbao tain them bnoka free cold nnd requires precisely the Bnmo bud and Into to riso which being the leal and sclentldo tbrougn ntUunn A Co receive Patents taken and treament This Remedy is prompt and case would greatly wenken his testi- special notice In the Hcleutllle Amerlenu with brought widely before tba public thus ara mony out onw vo ia inventor mi HNeuuia paw effectual and will prevent any tendency iwum eesir elegantly uiwiraieunaa or far in work In of tho disease toward pneumonja For world 81 a rear Vamiile coptee Tho trrcatostrometly extant Iter UrxMk eireulatloa of any eeieatlfo sent free theI ilulldlnx KdlUou mootBir nuuayear rlngi sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and vhkhb vuihs vruuH iiettrio copies J J cenu Hverr number ooetalsa beau In colors asd of ltd tlful plates plans euaMln pbotograpbashow nn hm BreHchltli Ih arlppe aC Co Hardinsburg Kincheloe Meador builders to bootee wit tbe AVkeeplrijr Cough Is C atMl aeeians aau secure ooturaots Anareu Druggists MUNN XM4KMT Yuuk 361 UuuAUWATY wvriHiii viiiiKH uuro Â¬ The American Constitution the Amyl Thfcse can Idea the American Spirit time forever first last and all the ij The Sunday Sim Is tho Kriittest Smultiy Nowspupcr Ij 2a - V t tho World Price 5c a copy By mall Dally by mall Dally and Sunday The Weekly - yw ynr GayJar 8 a by mall Â¬ Slaytar SUN New YorU Adilret THIS Â¬ 7 v atfnwA iiiiPw ssaahck5asiaaS75llS5vyxTyWa IliiiiiiiiWiiiiiiiiiiiiiii lwyf I3iHBIHiWiBMj KY The Sett Shoct rot IM Least Money PJBJ Breckenridge News WKDNKSDAY I JANUARY 17 lstll Thoso National Teas Tcaso The girlish society met In number ery strain Some of their tongues were exceedingly lengt I lot was decreed alto split klrrrl If the fair dudlnet didnt lake herd afahwe There were Jlvets opinions and qweill Ilenly of fracas and plenty of Jaw Til a lady arose and the audience frme When she remarked Ive a great plan t pro pose The lady went on her plan to relate And it wasnt a story of envy and hate Nor of abuse but one to amuse The boys whose attentions are so profme pray listen please Now said this schemer My plan Is to give a series of afternoon twt t think Its Immense well admit mi gents Admittance to Indies shall be ten cents I Â¬ and n lover of tho AmeriNow when of these teas weve had eight or can red man says that tho squaws did ten not make thoso great Ikmi1 mantles for Well give a big dance to the Cloverport men tho warriors to wear No Indian would And the expense for amusing these gents attempt to run or walk witli n half Well deduct from the ladles admittance ten hundred pounds of bends and stuff on cents his shoulders Thoso wonderfnl fabrics And continued she In accents loquacious aro mado to sell to tho big eyed and This swell alTair shall be simply audacious credulous whifo man Often tremendous And well cavort by the band ol Koekport decorations aro worn by n chief who is Ior the bo attention mustnt be for nought not going to run or walk but only to said she in a tone of command So now sit down Society in its high llfo thus Please signify approval by raising the hand flings asido tho useless and when it is All hands went up like lightening rvcept two or out on n thousand year march it moves three in simplicity It says to tho soul Who were voted smalt potatoes and juchyde Simplicity will bo required of thee mata Nobody will wear your bushel of beads Ior not with the glorious plan to agree Tho samo universo that requires a The plan by an overwhelming majority win simple form of beauty asks man ti live carried We may upon simple food and drink Sa teas there will be for ladies single and marwonder what objection nature had to ried rich nnd daily feasting Wo may go fo And clerical gents admission ten cents far ao to think natmo very penurious The boys will certainly think this plan Immense that it should want the tables of earth MOIIAI Hut let off wilh bread and water And now my dudes take this rctiulTto heart think what wo please nature has pans Come up like men and do jour part U no apid it decree liom which thoro tie more oprnhanded keep up with the times peal Man ritablo must bo slmplo or And dont he so stingy with our nickits and ho will livo miseiably and tlio soon dimes What n Mewed thing it would be Oysters jou can get a quarter a plate t houldVomo stress of tho money market Candles are nke to a ladles palate compel us all to livo on simple fare for And an occasional dance In our little town six months Tho buoyancy ot tholienit Would place man a dimple where now theres and tho lightness of foot and the color a frown on tho cheek would lo quite a i vela HAS IlIKt tion to tho upper million Simplicity Sow 18 the winter of our discontent in dining has become a kind of lor t art Many have forgotten what a pailiality made glorious summer by Ayor s Sar natmo has for a light meal Could a saparilla This wonderful medicine to moderate calamity compel you all to Invigorates tlie system and enriches the livo for six mouths liko a Scotch peas Â¬ blood that cold weather becomes posiant you would wonder at last what has tively enjoyable Artie explorers would become of your di eaFes and sorrows That nation which beyond all others do well to make it note of this studied the graces and tho divinity of the human mind and body and which laid CLASSES tho deep bases of modern civilization THE dreaded nil overloading tho body with food and drink The perfect man had n MAT HARD TIMES TEACH THOSE perfect siinplo diet Tho question was never how much can 1 eat but how WHO fiE ABOVE POVERTY much ought I to cat Tho Platonic and Socratic school mado a simple diet tho A Sermon by Ilev luld String of Chicago companion and cause of tiiu best men DematiiU u Society on IIm1i liiilltlilmil tal power The great Ameiicaus won or Wealth Should What tho Philosophy der how much tho gieat Clreeks won lie Tho CheupncsH of Culture dered how little Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And of these Nationals well hate one a week No gents to attend I think its nntquc And here a fair belle broke In with a yell Lets do It I think Oil he awfully arell Many minions will live simply in easily mako mistakes or he a willful Kven Lord Bncou was a tliifw months Miiiie that thry limy livo trnnagrtwor The stale at alhothciK Hint tiny may glvomtich menu man and a criminal to llw poor It I tt Imppy day fur man must theirfore rcoso not upon a uiiin hut iiioii Idnts Euclid tho geometer when Im Imlilrrn ir led fiiliihiiiiplicily do might have hccoiuq a drunkard or n ft is a law of till I lie nrls n ver thief but his geometry could not be The moro than 14 tripilm tmliltccturo Is nuking Its lung Journey como Intoxlcnlitl nor suffer nny degra- Â¬ imrlly I y tlw help of Miniillcity It Im dation Ils definitions nnd propositions just the Mwcr jnst IivInmiiIt tho cen- were for all lime They were not the turies and Mgs all love tNnlody cares ideas of Henry VIII but of all human ity Thus catao tho word republic It Is I In- - highly exto add or subtract rea publlca n truth drawn from all In oratory and cessive thut soon dies literatnre few qualities nro moro fatal men of nil times The Idiosyncrasies of than verbosity All tb world says n Harrison or n Cleveland nro rendered Why docs the man tio five words when harmless by tho thought of tho state Tho millions Ihtng nnd dead eclipse All tho grent litera one will suffice tho man ture comes to us liko the Greek col umn with nothing ono darts take The attar of roses is not much liko away Thcro aro enough leaves on tho a rose Yon can pluck tho flower with top of the Corinthian column thcro is your hand You can noto its delicate just scroll enough on tho Ionic Jo in leaves colors nnd matchless grace but great litcratnro there nro no words to in the all this individuality Is lost bo erased for nil theso men of genius nnd y t in i that costly essence whclo knew the eternal charm of simplicity fields tif i veins betook themselves -- THE BRRGKRNRIDGE NEWS GLOYKRPORT Your Family Death of MuAndrew Graham Well elale should ho tiiovuliri wilh Iio woll known onuijitiify inptliciin I CHERRY The AVERS Jiscrtscs of tho known lady died on Thurs This p m at lite residence of day hist nt Judge I no A Murray after a long ill nes the lnt three weeks of which wen dittnssing In the extreme Her re mains were taken to biuUvllle and bur ied In the family lot at Cave Hill beside her hiii hand Audn w irahnui K q who prveuleil her in dnilli nine years Â¬ Â¬ rJII KM Uf If i 3 SHOE 3 SO LADIES AND I Li DOUGLA FOR GENTLEMEN SO ago PECTORAL Lungs Â¬ Â¬ lHt rouuily for nil riiroat mid nttr I Sure to Cure turn into nu infinite love Iach human being who Is now living nu intelligent Christian life in lull accord nith the mighty music of his nge is making newdoctriniM for his hlMren He need not sp ak aloud he m rd not possess famo or seek it lie sinks into his cen tury nnd help comiwso it The drops that mako a rainbow aro not conscious of the arch tb y aro weaving They are not seeking fame They are only fall Â¬ ing to the flowers through a sunbeam Thus the modern soul when living well simply iu wisdom liko n philos opher in love nnd virtue like a hrist falls through a sunbeam and helps mnke a suhlimo picturo on tho massivo stntc and church Such n soul can any day or night render its account When God and society require it they do not find it enlarging its barns for grain nnd laying plans for larger vices they find it enlarging tho institutions of human welfaro nnd deeply inspired by dreams f Gods glory and mans blessedness Â¬ Â¬ Prompt to net TUB USELESS LAID ASIDE A student sweetness of wide acres As in to a littlo china vase tho opening pages of The Arabiau ights there is a magic ball on a into which u gteat luminous cloud falling down from the sky has tens nnd hidt Km l thus the cloud of loso leaves color anil perfnmo pase from tho individual hlcom into an es Â¬ sence nnd exchangis a field for a vase What tho rose lacks afterward of indi vidualism it makej up in immortality Ao nu individual roso it would eooti fade Tho autumn would smite it the snow bury it but In Us vase its heaven it ever lives Thus the state is the holy vas3 to which these living human roses h ivo tended and ought to tend Tho vast numbers that npentd in 1770 nnd tho myriads botii of all the summer times iu the hundred years since then havo taken refngo iu onr nation where no storm nor winter can touch their beauty The f 1 float sen-f-ho- Â¬ She n slded in Cloveriort ever since her husbands death nt the homo of her daughter Mrs Murray Tho end came after a long eriod of helplessness from old nge and general debility but she remained in full possession of nil her mental powers nil those years It is useless for us to say nnything lo ournndersof her life nnd diameter The Iouisvill pnHts havo given quite full sketches Her christian grace was beautiful lo h hold nnd she died in the fullest triumph of christian faith All this isso well known to our leaders that anything we might add would be nu oft repeated story Stth rgP fr 1 1 A aa aaaatW Pollco Shoo 3 Soloc 8260 2for Worklngmon NW S2 and 175 for Boys 4 and S3 CO Dross Shoo Pr wrinr n HIS M iipp aVlh NrA mia MISSES S2S0 Sifc S3 CAUTION 2 175 niiy ntr-iAr-3s SJT i ihk al mmmMmmterz in Jp B MTMI Sfln m xf t Tr-s-- w offers jou W L Doug la hoes nt at reduced prlrr r anjs lie lias tuem Willi iu ino nnmo ainiiipeu on that bottom put lil in uorn na n rrauu If denier Sy give fitting W L DOUGLAS Shoes ere stylish easy Try one nnd and bebetter pair ton satisfaction at the prlccaatlvcrtUed than any other make vlnced The stamping of W L Doujrjas name and price on the bottom which them their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear Suarantecs push the 6atc of W L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to Increase the sales on their full line of goods Thejr enn nltord to sell nt n Ici profit and we Imllere you cisii anre money by burlng nil your footwear of the dealer ndreto UOUQLAS Ilrockton Zlaas Used Ixlo - Catalogue free upon application Wb LaGEIPPE AGAIN The United States has never sufiered from nny disease that has caused such fearful results as LaGrlppe Itoyal Ger metuar has never failed to cure it quick- Â¬ ly where used W H BOWMER 1 SON CLOVERPORT KY Â¬ YES iiniiiuiB Atlanta Ga iimci Nov 28 1893 TUF NOT TO IIIMSKIF ALOSR UPPER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thou fool lh one tlili night tliytxjul quired of thee Luko ill 20 I re OITOKTUXITY 10H CULTUKK In tho Greek IWniuent this utter nnco is found This night thry will nek of tlTee thy toul It reads u though tho htimiin race and naluro were tho persona who would como to the rich man and ask for his final account Our tianslation intimates that Mod asks for this account from the boasting man hut in tho early text it was somo hid den persons who had n right to demand n settlement Tho account ran far back and took in thoso years in which tho successful man had added wealth to wealth and had been making great pictures of futuro feasting and all luxury Tho presstiroof this unfoituuato winter may help us to heo all tho more clearly tho best philosophy of tho upper class What should havo been and should bo tho economy of tho humbler They ought to laborers is easily seen obey two great principles industry and economy hut tho year that comes with n lesson to tho poor has its lesson iiImi for all who aro nbovo poverty Tho fact of being nbovo tho bondago of those who livo only by tho wages of tho day implies n life that has many leisure hours and that possesses a larger arena in which pergonal liberty may distort itself Tho greater tho wealth of a cit- Â¬ izen tho greater his arena of liberty Tho larger part of tho worhlH learning and education is possessed by those who havo escaped tho slavery ot living only by tho toll of tho day Education and culturu do often couiu to the man who is indeed poor but th public mans of intelligence unil mental power follows tho stream of property It costs srme thing to secure mental development ami thereforo tho development comes to thoso who can pay tho cost Tho money need not bo vast in bulk for culturo is not high in price LESSONS OK IllK For tho uso of this educated and up per class every year of financial distress comes with lessons of Hfo lessons hidden by tho lich foliago of success As rich masses of ivy often hide a grace Â¬ ful arch or n nohlo column so years of great success conceal tho best philoso phy of educated men and women Ab tho tropics niako living so siinplo that nobody thcro is driven to any deep study of social problems so great success long prevailing in thotemperato zones makes society prize its plcasuro inoro than it prizes truth and principle Were it not for night tho poetssaywoshould nover Thus tho great financial bco any stars clouds mako vlsiblo many a priuciplo which tho noon of success had concealed It is iu such night tho voice comes Thoy aro asking of theo thy soul Wo do not know who composed this word they hut wo feel tho strange power of tho question Nenily all of tho greatest living minds havo lived each day n tow hours of solitude It was necessary to get away from society thut they might tho better measuro it Thus close times They lead man from make n solitude tho noluy palaco to tho secluded cabin and there leave him to his thoughts Tho now scene ought not to bo terrible it ought to bo sweet and beautiful The man who composed OsIim knew well tho worth of this hour of isolation for In a good and long poem ho atk soino hermit to invito him to his cave that tho tumultuous llfo of Kngland and Scotland may bo far away Bociety is asking of each man his soul It does not want him to say i Soul thou hast much goods laid up for many years take thlno caso cat drink and be merry It would much prefer that tho fortunate owner of a soul should bo busy over a different kind of daybook and ledger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That absence of money that will compel millions to taste again a simple form of life will awaken tho intellect and mako it go back to tho long neg lected book What tho tablo puts aside Tho soul of luxury tho book resumes when educated and not opprtsed by excessive food or excessive work breaks out in some form of joy excessive work is almost as had ufoous excessive food or excessive drink It is a slaves Tho bird can fly but it can buiden not cany much of n load The harp can sound sweetly but not if a heavy tablo or a heavy hand it resting upon its strings Noahs dovo brought an olive leaf not a whole tree Thus the mind however highly educated must not ho loaded heavily with food oi When thus set free drink or wotk from bondage it will bicak out In some form of happiness Its Looks its music its art its friendship and iH religion will all become peails or guns The Creator made man for it long life a healthy life a busy life and n happy life and these terms exclude the thought of being an abjtct slave to any thing Labor must not break the heart Tho heart must find hours of rest and chango in tho worlds great variety When business in nt it low ebb then let tho mind and soul como to tho front Let tho slaves of business go free A pecuniary lohS tuny bo a mental gain In agriculture n long drought which ruins n harvest enriches tho soul The moistuie being all drawn from the fields tho Miushcat and light enter the moro deeply into all tho vacant pores and tho ground is all revitalized by tho suns amazing chemistry In times of flnnurial distress tho dis eases of society aio tho moro easily studied because they Income moro vls iblo With millions of tho poorest classes now prostiate tho student can perceive the destructivenesa of tho saloon nnd of extravagance nnd all the improvidence of ignorance and vice As ono must go to Molokai to see tho lep rosy in all ils terrors and lepulsiveness go where tho victims from many is lands have been gathered so if one will in tho midst of an oppressive winter move among the homeless and foodlcss he will see tho diseases that take down the human body and tho human mind will see the sorrows that como from the imperfect state unl tho other sorrows that como lrom the individual alone will seo that charity must join bread nnd shelter to work When men be Â¬ come so degraded that they would rath er beg than work it is high timo for tho physicians to bo called iu to act up Wo must offer work on such dUeaso to tho well men and women because work is tho law of health nnd honor Beggary from choice Is n leprosy that eats up tho intellect and heart Bociety must create manhood for in manhood nnd Oodhood society lives moves and bus its being Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thus the individuals mako the public nnd beyond the public the state When tho individual reads a good book ho reads not for his own plcasuro and benefit alone but also tor the welfare of humanity Humanity becomes great er when its individuals all rend and think Thus each good thinker each good artist colors his times His fame becomes tho famo of his country be cause from him tho country has drawn llfo and power education is not n blessing to you only but to your epoch It helps make tho color of thoso gor geous clouds which iu tho morning and evening lie upon tho horizon of the countiy Among the inspiring scenes of this city in tho year just closing is to be placed high that riicturo of men giving millions of money for the public ad vancement in tasto and knowledge Across the threshold of great colleges great libraries a great institute of art and a great mncum of all arts and sci ences millions of ftet will pass iu these yciiirj and in thoe far away In the face of financial distress this pouring out of money lias bpen perennial because human need runs all he year through Tho individual having only a brief life to livo cannot wait lor the tide of trade to liso to a flood height He must think all money ills temporaiy and humanity lasting Putting his hand to the plow ho does not look back but ho looks forward into that great Held where the farrow is to bo mado and tho futuro wheat is to blossom These men who havo given 1000000 each or 100000 or 00000 or fciJOOOno each could not wait for prosperous days to come because in each human heart are tho bounding wordu of Lincolns poet Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEES ON SUMMER STANDS The leaves of tho o ik nnd tho w I low i luill fade Liu bcultcnil nmuiiil or together bu Iilil rOOTPKINTS OK MANKIND As nohlu citizens run on in ndvanco of their country and discover and illustrate tho principles which ought to bo como laws as the nation is only tho path which noble citizens havo worn with their livingfootsteps so our Chris tian religion it mado up of the whole What voltuno of individual minds the nation is to man ns u social being religion is to man as the child of n God The church did not make it only Iu these late years Ideas do received clino in number becauso many of the old notions wero not elaborated from human need or logic They wero not They weio tho paths of mankind tho scattered footprints of soino man who was wandering or lost When one comes upon such doctrines as these re pentance reform righteousness love prayer faith and hope one finds no siinplo footprints of a pope or u sectarian but tho grent avenues beaten down by our race At lirst as in our Old Testament a few explorers tan on in advance theso a whole army followed Tribe joined tribe nation nation and epoch added to coch until nt last the doctrines or paths wero confessed to bo thoso of humanity In tho church in Chribtinnlty these millions of individuals are all stored away their bones dust tlioir doctiines everlasting riotttheast of our city a few miles there is an island on tho land in the level ben of grass Old currents whicli onco moved down from tho north car Â¬ rying rocks and vast massesof hills and mountains ot ico and stone pushed up this heap of earth and mado it long and wido and high Trees grass am How era cover it but its hidden mass tells tho story of tho old tumult Thus tho nohlo doctrines of religion tell us how tho human flood ran and with what power pressed upon tho ideas that cinno in its way Uepeutnnco is mado up of human tears righteousness out of honor lovo out of tho divinity in man prayer faith and hopo out of an endless logio and experience Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MAK1NCI NEW DOCTJlINES NOT Till MAN HUT MB WOllKS The upper class can easily mark now its relation to civilization It creutes A republic and improves humanity la composed of the thoughts nnd con Â¬ duct of n vnot throng of rational per Â¬ sons A despotism is a statu that is created not by principles but by tho mind of a penon Henry VIII behead ed u number of women He wus him self a complete outfit uf law judgo and Fly degrees tho thinking executioner people concluded that women or men should bo put to death only in obedi ence to some eternal priuciplo of right and evidence Thus on tho American shore tho peculiar person liko Henry VIII was excused from crown and throno that soino eternal principles mlklit reign lit his stead A person may Â¬ Â¬ Tho moro tho individuals of our ago advnnco the more rich does religion be come in their presence Did tho mid dlo ngeu seo the valuo of education as wo seo it In Inter times fashionable women did not desire to read or write In In Â¬ dia only n small minority of women can read or write Thus nolther pugiin ism nor Christianity cared much for tho intellect of woman or uinn Our greater ago is pouring greater meaning into religion As political ideas fall from the people into tho stuto and chango tho despotism of the twelfth cen Â¬ tury into tho republic- of tho nineteenth thus new moral Ideas aro falling into flirlatiniijti- - mnlrltuf H oi TlPCflfr Â¬ - Children Cry for Pitchors Castorla When Baby wa tick wo garo her Caatorto When she nu a Child tlio cried for Citoria When aba became UIu abo clung to Cattoria When aba had Children sbo garo them Caatorto pastor of the Tulip Street Methodist Church Nashville Tenn says Having tested the Germetuer for more than a best nonconductor of heit and remains 3 ear by repeated use I take pleasure in perfectly dry hut Is too expensive nnd saying I found it n prompt relief and difficult to get for general use A much is needed however Small euro for dyspepsia and nervous debility less quantity quantities may sometimes bo secured of I keep it on hand and would not be without it Besides being a valuable grocers that retail California grapes When the bees nre packed lato after remedy it is n pleasant nnd refreshing tho timo for them to fly the hives nro drink often gathered into long rows stakes FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS driven down at the front and back and SI A Hottle Six for 5 boards set up tho spaces between tho hives nnd between them and tho boards Keep the bowels open with Germetuer being filled with packing material There All for sale also ho packing over tho hives Pills 50 in a bottle 25c should A R FISHER nnd a roof over tho wliolo to keep all by Cloverport Ky dry A chuto is needed in front to allow the bees to fly if there conies a warm day The Housewife Monthly in the winter or in tho spring Many beekeepers use n single box for We take pleasure iu noting that Tlio each hive This makes less complication Housowife the Ladies Homo Monthly iu getting the bees into long rows in tho published nt 81 Warren street New fall and then back into tlio proper York City has been greatly improved places in tho spring and all things considered is preferable If packing ma- Â¬ by its new owners and is tlio best 5 cent terial is plenty there need be no bottom monthly that comes to our exchange in tho box letting tho packing material table It contains trustworthy ndvico on rest on tho ground The greatest ob- Â¬ the vital interest of home on health jection to this plan is tho extra work re- Â¬ ousekeeping education nnd tilings quired in cleaning up tho packing ma- Â¬ which mako life pleasant Renders will terial in the spring when tho bees nre find no better work no better writers in unpacked A littlo sawdust scattered about tho hive however is no objection their special departments any where writes W Z Hutchinson in The Amer- Â¬ than those appearing in tho Housewife monthly Subscription price for this ican Bee Journal Most authorities advise SO pounds of magazine is but 50 cents a year Agents honey per colony for indoor wintering nnd subscribers receive acceptable prem Â¬ nnd 23 ot 50 for outdoor With eight iums Christmas is coming and many frame Laugstroth hives Mr Hutchinol our lady acquaintances will have a son usually allowed fivo pouudsless good chance of procuring some valuable than this but has sometimes been obliged to feed tho been in tho spring or presents with very littlo work Wo aro sure the publishers Tho elbo cquidizo their stores It is well known that soino colonies consume much Housewife Corporation will bo pleased moro in winter thnn do others By ex Â¬ to send sample copiia to any ono asking amining them nil in tho spring aud for them Send them a postal card equalizing the stores upring feeding is Kraut For Salt Lake seldom needed Mr David S Murray of Salt Lake Lit a Stock 1olntit Wibconsin mutton lends tho world1 City who is here on a visit to his futher is tho jubilant announcement of the Judge John Allen Murray bought a Cotswold Oxford nnd Shropshire breed barrel of kraut of W II Bowmer Son ers of that btate Their announcement one day last week and shipped it by ex Â¬ is based on the statement that at the press to Ids homo among tho mormons Columbian exposition Wisconsin took The expressage was more than sixdollars moro sheep prizes iu proportion to the number of animals exhibited than any and the krnut in Salt Lake City will other stato in tho Union or any province stand Mr Murray at the riso of 150 a of Canada Canada got away with nn gallon This will mako the kraut eo costly and precious that it nil probably appalling lot of cheeso prizes however Sandy soil with nu undulating surface bo served up in small dishes to Davids is ono of tho best kirldi for inmltry mormon friends as dcr scri Winter lambs nro usually wanted to How About the Weather be born in December To make them ur The Weekly Courier Journal publish Â¬ rivo on timo tho best ewes to breed are that havo had no lamb be- ed at Louisville Ky delights in keeping fore To lamb tho first of December its subscribers guessing In addition to they should bo bred iu Juno to nu old being tlio greatest Democratic newspaper ram if iiossiblo When necessary to published it has been n pioneerin enter- Â¬ breed old ewes for winter lambs they prises that require thought and figuring should first bo mndo to skip one season on tho part of its subscribers Tlio nnd not ho bred till summer Weeklys estimating contest on tho elec- Â¬ If you havo not planted trees to mako tion in 1892 by which S14400 In gold shade for your stock iu tho pasturo fields coin wero distributed among fotty fivo and around tho spring now is tho time to do it Plant tho trees take caro of guesers is a sample of this The latest them n fow years nnd you will ho richly guessing offer of this papo is on the rewarded Get thoso that grow rapidly weather thut ono subject on whicli wo nnd spread their branches far out Even all consider ourselves prophets Tho fruit trees can bo mado to answer this Weekly Courier Journal proposes to give purposoof shade if their branches are 1000 in cash to its subscribers who can trimmed up out of reach of tho animals namo tlio coldest day in the month of Tliero will be n December show of fat February 1891 at Louisville Ky and stock nt tho Union stock yards Chicago guess close st to tho lowest temperature early in tho month Dont forgot that on this day The contest closes January J S Woodward n breeder of market 31 1891 Every new subscriber who lambs says ho has found Dorsets hardier than Shropshires They nro certainly scuds 1 can make ono guess and overy old subscriber who renows sending 1 moro prolific Eight pounds of wheat a day is tho can guess Send for n samplo copy of tho proper quantity of concentrated food paper for full particulars Writo at once as tlio timo is short for n dairy cow An old maro will pay off n mortgage The Columbia Desk Calendar nnd this has often been done Ono which Is issued annually by tho 1opo farmer wipes out tho mortgage by means of hogs with another the cow pays it Manufacturing Company of Columbia while still another accomplishes tho Bicycle fame Is out for 1891 much Im samo result with small fruit culturo or proved in appearance It is a pad calen rearing early Iambs Each farmer must dar of the samo sizo and shape ns thoso ttudy tlio situation for himself taking of previous years having a leaf for each noto of his soil of tho markets distance day but attractiveness has been from murket what products aro most heightened its by tho work of a clever tuhtbloin his tart of tho country and finally of what particular branch of nrtUt who has scattered n scries of f inning or livo stock rearing ho likes bright pen drawings through its pages dest anil is most successful in This last It also contains oh usual many appro s by no means a small consideration priito and interesting contributions from people both bright and wise Wnccs Will Not lie LoweredTho workmens wnges will not fall Wages nro not regulated by tariffs or ITCHING PILES thoy would not bo lowest iu tho most SWAYHEI highly protected industries Tariff re Â¬ niu ruruT vision is to go on this year and every uihiiumiiJ absouttbit crcmss latfasa Ifkla two years unMl wo get to a puro rev ETUITOMS MUlur tAmwtmrl villi vr hf MraUftTag If ill cnuo system St Louis Republic slw4 t sUaii tuMors ftirM an4 aratruaa Buck skin gloves for Engineers at Hub I llaafcarlaalaMir yafclkyaruitiarlr bilges Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Outdoor Winter Irotfrtlort Considered Amount of Winter Stores When bees are wintered out of doors tho matter of protection in many sections of the country is a most important one Good dry sawdust or chaff makes good protection Ground coik is tlio Nece-ssuri- In January last I had a violent at Â¬ I wa advised by n tack of LaGrippe friend to use Itoyal Germetuer which cured me in a couple of days I was again attacked by the grip this month and profiting by my former experienco I commenced nt onco with Germetuer nnd did not havo to go to bed I consider it n specific for LuGrippe L Stuaut Kev FOR tintT your mmmv i nc mud i kwwmr i Take the JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE If You Want YBS Â¬ IIYSIKIMl anil NKUVPS J B Irwin D D tho popular II fun large handsome 8 pniro pnper in isi20Ii year 3000 column n year ol the choicest nnd niont liilcrcsilnfr r ending matter ncarlj nil original lis clrcn Inllon fnr exceeds other paper of 11m class 14 tllslinct departments something for every member of ho household old or young Editors nro prnrtlcnl farmers Unrltnled contributors Contains llto only correct nnd rclinblo Fnt mrrnmnrhet report acnt out from Ht Louis It Is the MOST IliACTICAI lie HOST IIMR A11LE nnd tho GIIE1TEKT MONEY SAVElt of nny farm Inpcr in the World Send for specimen copies mammoth Premium List for 1894vnnd full particulars of the Great 200 Cath Trize Offers ALL FREE by dropping Postal Card to JOURNAL OF ACRICULTURE St Louis Mo DIRECTORY Convenes nt Mnrtlinaburg second Mon J i lo February May anil Ootober T H Mclleath Judge Leitcbfield Ky Weed S Chelf Commonwealths Attorney Elliabethtonn Ky V e 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Attorney City Court elvil terms Monday lo Mar ih June September no J De Â¬ cember Cuivkrpokt Courts Thursday succeeding the first Monday lo March Jure September and December Magistrates Dudley Ham Tbos Constable bleton and Joseph Mullen Civil terms Keenan Cloverport City Court first Monday In March June September and December Mayor Charles Llghtfuot Mar- Â¬ shal James Hambleton Magistrates Henry 11 Dean McDanikls McDaniets Rock Vato Sam W Parsons Comtablft loo V Burton Ruth Courts at Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Mon Â¬ day In March June September and Decem- Â¬ ber and at McDanlels Tuesdays after the sec ond Monday lo said months iitiiN riui him mors It E Mattingly Tiimiiiiuiy Saloon HARDINSBURG KY Dr J L Moorman Resident Dentist CLOVERPORT KY ortiuo with Itr 12nd of llrldKu fcif AH kinds of Dental work dose and satisfaction guartnteed J T Oucii inn Â¬ Constable Henry C Drne Hudson John Nevitt Coastantine Courts at Hudson Custer i IIudsohville Magistrates Geo Hatned y villa on Wednesday succeeding tho second Monday in March Juno September and De- Â¬ cember and at Cuitor on Thursday fulloning the same months Bcwlkytillr Magistrates Riley Donell Irvington 0 0 Martin Big Spring Con- Â¬ stable John 1ileit Courts at Bewleyvtlle on Friday succeeding the second Monday in March June September and D cember and at Webster on Saturday Union Stab Magistrates James J Seven Union Star John W Jarrett Stepbenspnrt Constable Jabez Haynes Courts at UUon Star on WeJnetday succeeding the third Mon- Â¬ day In March June September and Decem Â¬ ber and at Stephensport on Thursday LauisvMIe St Lauis Texas R R Co TIME SCHEDULE At 600 oclck Wot fount M Dally 6 30pm 6 45 7 25 7 30 7 65 3STO A 22 TuhlKir Vtled H ituadajt Dec 17 1853 IVains Eatt Bound Trains Mail A Dally M Dally 8 31pm 8 IS 7 3J 7 30 Exprs Kxprs Dally 7 45am Mull STATIONS Kxpra ttxpr FISCAL COI1IIT At Ilardinsburg on Tuesday after the first Monday In April and October 800 8 40 8 43 - IvUnn ptar 1245pm Kentucky St 12 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tonflliUbhne Sffiokiaridga INCliHlUKltVll Sank Ky RlMH Candidates Galore Â¬ Of Cloverport At the lutt oT llutlntts December jolh ifyl ASSISTS ll lf There is no let up inSulz rs window nojr 07 displays They lire always new and at llAMIlTIKS tractive 4CI1 I1 Oflil Mock All kinds of goods In my line at cont rStn1tin Fundi i J5VV1 ai MlmlUlclcil IrnfiU s until Feb 1st to reduce stock before In- Â¬ Z a Fnnd to imv Taxes v Dividend Nn vj 4 percent ilirlarid voicing now is tho time to secure bar Â¬ lrSa ro thin ilny gains at P X DHuys VI Duetn lljnka u ISWM9 S Individual DcjmI Rev Klucannon of Louisville will Certificate ofDr polt SMJ5 l IM07I 3 preach at the Baptist church next Sun iloji6 07 day morning and night every one is cor II SkiiLman Cashier January trtiS94 dially invited to attend -- You can save money nud buy goods BRECKENRIDGE IEWS that will last a life time by calling or sending to F N DHuys for sliver WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 189 r Â¬ w Â¬ count Inttcst Itrrdraltti IIHU Due from Hunks Specie and Currency Drllln A Itilltdlnmmltil Nnlcliland Fum lute Ililnrea Hanking limine hd Iil Suit - ilToy llupler wehlld LoUisUlil Saf Unlny hlglil TiIeY Ahe ljobbIng UP NUMERAdvertising Ib the backbond uf busi OUSLY AND IN OiVEiiS Drop it and there is llnniuinl rob ness Â¬ jm ol un no liSw t 5J lapso Win Hull family tUtltM of Ihc Ucmrj rittlc pMltV Mr lllallop- at tht pleficht lime Is City Mar lie Is it braio and shU of ItitrdiitsUurg coilragcohs olllcer Is n good Dehioernt n nlnti of superior Juitgiiieitt a clever gen dentin and should hu he mlmswfill in the race Mill make a safe and sine guardian of the rcninlyn trimilials - m i - of Webster W ji oi Friday to spend came down few dajH with his PLACES THE WOODS ARE FULL OF EM HAND AND THE OF THE YOTER IS WARMLY GRASPED Howdy Howdy Howdy Do Hows Your Greets Family How Are You The Ear Babbitgo of Hardins Â¬ llMiiHiir V burg in n iipuly nuiioiiuced candidate for County Judge subject to the action of tho Democratic party Mr Babbngc at the present tlmo is Master Commis Honer of tho county This position be has creditably filled for several years He N an accompllMhrd attorney and a good judge of the law lie Is a closer gentleman n good Democrat and his ability to fill the requirements of the ofllce ar beyond question If nominat Â¬ ed he will ndd strength to the ticket and if elected will perform thn duties of tho oflico with credit to himself and tlm party to which ho belongs 1 SOME NEW ONES spoons -- J Bv 1 t Joe Muttiugly of Concordia came BoAiii In this issue is announced down last Friday and spent a few hours the candidacy of Judge Milton Board for among Ids friends here leturning on the If Its on the mniket Suzt rs have It re election to the olllce of County Attor- Â¬ Jack Wnrflcld went to Louisville Mon- Â¬ up boat ney subject to the action of the Demo Lost out of chase Christmas night a day cratic party The BcasnnVilioiPCBt entubles fnl blue speckled hound black spot tn lump Thero is nothing that wo can say of black stripe around shoulders Reason 70 rs Judge Board that is not already well able raward for information or return of known by the people of the county Ho Choice fruits nnil candies at the city log- has served the people as their attorney Bakery Pete llonnixs Clifton Mills and in other positions and ho never has Sam Cox of Stephensport was in the Win Valentino and Floyd Davenport betrayed a trust that has been reposed id city Monday both colored have been at work clean- Â¬ him Ho is an eflicient oilirer and a Mr Nolle has placed new flutters on ing the gutters of Wall street for several good man He is a strong man for the Â¬ his warehouse days They were charged with disorderparty ticket and will fill tho place with If persons would biiug to hear the Mrs Eliza Holt of Oweusboro is visit- Â¬ ly conduct nud this labor remitted their credit if it is again entrusted to his cure same amount of common sense in buy flues ing relatives bore Brown Wo also announce tho candi ing a remedy for bronchitis cough cold The latton Brick plant will resumo It will pay you to read B P Beard A work in a few days Men nro working dacy pf Gus Brown of Cloverport for and croup that they do in the purchase issue Cos ad in this the oflico of County Attorney subject to of their family supplies they would Pree a large shoe buttoner with seal night and day getting tho machinery in order to go to work A telegram was tho action of tho Democratic party Mr never fail to procure Dr Bulls Cough J oil dressing Sulzers received from President latton yesterday Brown is a young attornoy finely edu Syrup II V Duncan went to Oweusboro last ordering the works to start as soon at cated and well qualified for tho position UNION STAR Saturday on business to which he aspires possible CLIFTON MILLS lie is n native of Miss Esther llayncs and Mr J M Jesse Owen was in the city yesterday What a scrambling there was hero last Meade county but lias been a citizen o Iluynes attended tho Fryiniro Wool the guest of his father this city for several years having been Uncle Kli Parr says this will bo a hard Saturday among tho candidates The Cos Republicans are yet Hushed with thier principal of tho Cloverport High School year because of so many weddings folk Wimp Woolfolk reception Mon Â¬ Dont full to read B P Beard day advertisement this week victory of last fall They imagine that for tho two terms preceding the present Didnt you raise 11 good crop liu t year Mrs D S Richardson Mr R C Rich one mado JC Jarboo has been appointed agent they have a cinch on all the county ofll study He has now a the law n special undo Kli we usually judge from ex ardson Mrs J J Severs and Mr It T is and promising lawyer perience of the Texas at Skillman ccs and there is a great old piece of hus- Â¬ Cash man attended tho funeral of Mr tling being done by them for the nom- Â¬ lie is an honorable gentleman j his dem Â¬ Wo failed to note in our last letter that Gideon P Jolly last Monday Clean your windows with Bon Ami ocracy is unchallenged his qualifica Mr Geo Basham had moved from this inations of their patty a window a minute Snlzers Mr William L Milner came down tions nro eflicient and should ho be place down on Sinking creek but the from liouisvillu Thursday to assist in nn Mr V 8 Long awanle 1 his advertised cat preserves why not the best If yon will put life into tho cam Â¬ wide awake Lodiburg nominated correspondent was operation with lrs Milner Fryiniro and prizes last Saturday evening Master Ileinzs are the purest Sulzers paign and make it hot for his republican more diligent and reported it Ad Furbcr presented 100 cash sale tick- Â¬ Burch IIo returned Sunday evening Mrs C E Lightfoot has returned from Mr Brown nt tho present opponent ets which was the greatest number and Rov Hartford P C closed a revival Items nro pretty scarce where a cor- Â¬ visit to her parents at Sorghotown a timo Is City Attorney of Cloverport got the trairi Little Nellie Whitehouse respondent in speaks of one family lioro last I rulayo veiling after a contin Â¬ A change of diet canned corn peas EsKiiinoE Jesso R Kskridge of Har visiting another first speaking of the uation of more than two weeks IIo was presented CO tickets and got the doll tomatoesnnd canned sweet potatoes Anna Bell Boyd only lacked three tick dinsbug is a candidate for County At- Â¬ babies visiting tho babies and then the assisted by Rov Tabor of Wolf Creek Ladies Pino Dongola 100 Shoes going eta of tlcing her torney subject to tho action of tho Re parents visiting the parents Ciicuit 25 ask to bco them Sul this week at lU Mr A pleasant and charming reception Gus Shellmnn of Stephensport Crof Beauchamp of Hnel Dell formwas publican convention February zers in the city Saturday Mr Shellman is Kskridge is a son of Morris Eskrldge erly a bed rock democrat but recently was given tho wedding party of Frjmire Charlie Ittedel has severed his con- Â¬ the young man who broke his ankle at a well known all over tho county He is of Geo Mercerism was visiting relatives Woolfolk Wimp nt tho country homo nection with the city Bakery and gone to threshing machine last summer and he a promising younc lawyer with excel- Â¬ here last week and wo are glad to noto of Mrs Sue Fryiniro on lost Monday the farming Ho is also n young from his conversation that lie is just 8th inst Tho invited guests from still goes on crutches Ho is a candidato lent qualifications Union Star were Miss Richardson Mr Beautiful fresh rolls that melt in your for jailor on the Republican ticket and man of exceptionally good moral char- Â¬ settling back to a firm basis R 0 Richardson Mr and Mrs William mouth warm and frtBb every day at the thinks that he has splendid chances for acter and gentlemanly bearing If nomThere is n syndicate forming hero for inated the act will bo n reflection of L Milner Mr Jnuus T Milner Miss city Bakery receiving tho nomination tho purpose of erecting a still house good judgment upon tho part of tho Muttto Milner Miss Pink Ricketts Mr Capt J II IJoland and wife visited Wo have tho finest location in the state Arthur Haynes Miss lloylo and Mr C party to which he belongs Mr and Mrs W W Clark at Owens tho only trouble is that wo would have D Rrashear BROKE HIS NECK The Hartford Republican which is tho boro last week to send oil for some ono to test tho stufl leading Republican paper in the 1th con- Â¬ ELDER DAVIDS MURRAY as wo dont drink Tho surprising We will until Feb 1st 04 sell solid all gressional district concerning tho can Â¬ Robt Capt Smith Meets With a Fatal feature is that Dr Parks is to furnish tho Awes the Kentucky Belles at the Asver spoous at coit come in and find didacy of Mr EBktidgo for County At corn Tho doctor is receiving skuds of them at DHuys Accident at His Home Near Wolf sembly Hop at Frankfort tornoy says corn daily J D Skillman county assesaj of Har- Â¬ It Kskridge a prominent Mr Jesso Mr David S Murray of Salt Lake Creek Tho big Postmaster says bos proud of City who is a son of lion Juo Allen din was visiting relatives at Hardins young lawyer of Hardinsburg in a can the titlo of Joo Mulhattan jr and dont Murray of Cloverport was an burg last Monday didato for tho Republican nomination attendant Wolf Creek Ky Jan 13 Special for County Attornoy of Breckenridgo blush at tho sight of calico but would like at the Assembly hop Thursday evening Ml BojVihila and Florence Lewis visitid Capt Robt Smith was buried to day county Ho is a young man of more to know what tho definition of tliunk and a report having obtained circulation their grand father Rhodes near Hardins being followed to tho grave by a large than ordinary ability and would make ian is Ho lias consulted Webster which that ho liad pat away bo ven wives and burg last Sunday an excellent officer Ho graduated in was printed prior to tho origin of tho that his eighth had just died ho was Mr T M Leneavo of Tennessee is concourse of relatives and friends Tne Btory of his death is a sad one 1800 from tho Law University of Louis- Â¬ Third party but fails to find it He looked upon with no littlo horror by the visiting her father and mother Mr and Yesterday morning ho was well and ville and has sinco been Examiner of thinks it is tho tail eend of tho Popu- timid Kentucky ladies who havo no Mrs H S English hearty little thinking that he would be the Breckenridgo Circuit Court and lists sympathy with polygamists and a nat Â¬ B P Beard Co make an interest- Â¬ called to meet his maker beforo the twice City Attorney of Hardinsburg Old Herr Most tho man that slings ink ural repugnance to Bluebeards Eldor ing announcement in our advertising shades of night fell He was engaged in Mr Kskridge would add strength to tho from Lodiburg trys to disguise himself Murray if ho is an elder is a danger Â¬ columns this week hauling fodder with John Carter one of ticket and his nomination is pretty well by saying tho old correspondent has ously handsome man and will need Sprinkle Crude Carbolic Acid around his farm hands Tho mules that were assured evaporated- - Oh conto oil its thu Bamo watching Frankfort Capital your house It will prevent fever and attached to tho wagon became frighten- Â¬ Monarch It will bo noticed that J old Heven and six with a false face dont pneumonia Sulzers Sheriffs Salefor Taxes ed and ran away Mr Smith and Mr E Monarch is announced for ro election disguise yourself next time although Mr Frank Ditto Sr of Brandenburg Carter were on top of the load and the to tho oflico of County Court Clerk sub- tho universal opinion is that a real false liy virtue of Tmej iluo thu Commonwealth came down yesterday to visit his daught- Â¬ team had not run far before Mr Smith faco would bo an improvement over of Kentucky anil the County of llreokenritlge ject to tho action of tho Democratic fir the yen 1883 1839 I8UI 01 92 and fell off When Mr Carter succeeded in party er Mrs J D Babbage natur Mr Monarch needs no introi by tho following named partiei and for the jeirs designated wo will proceed to soil Henry Davis was dangerously sick last stopping tho runaway team he saw Mr duction to tho people of Breckenridgo for omh In hund on Monday February 12th week with an attack of kidney trouble Smith still lying where ho had fallen county It is well known that ho is tho TUCKERS FLAT 1HD1 at the Court House door in Hardinsburg Ho approached the prostrate man and present but is much better now Ky tho following described property or iucumbont of tho oflico having amount thereof Mr Bill Hall is quite sick at this writ Â¬ sufficient of taxes and costs to pay tho several Chas Adams and wife of Louisville attempted to render assistance but life beaten tho strongest man in the Repub- Â¬ amounts was extinct ing are the guests of Mrs Adums parent Hen luthrie of Col ono lot near liar lican party for tho place four years ago The body was carried to the house and He has mado an eflicient servant of the dinsburg Ky See Deed liook 45 Capt and Mrs Wm Ahl Mr Bill Withers visited his aunt Mrs page 10J tax for the years 1891 1892 a physician summoned who upon ex- Â¬ peoplo having conducted the oflico in a Henry Temple was up from his farm America Lyons Sunday 18UJ Amount tax and coat 1200 M Cox one lot Hardinsnear Lowisport last Sunday to see his amination discovered taht the neck was manner that reflects credit to himself Miss America AVitliors is visiting iter Mrs Susan See Deed HookIn 3D broken The unfortunate man was vory and to tho party to which ho belongs burg Ky pg sick fathor Mr 0 D Temple aunt Mrs America Lyons 1892 and 141 tax for the years 1891 large and heavy and had fallen on his Mr Monarch simply asks an endorse- Â¬ 1893 Amount tax and cost of If you would reap a full harvest Thero will bo preaching at this placo Jesse K Hayes one vucunt lot In Har- 1505 head and shoulders severing tho spinal ment of his past actions from his party pennies from the trade field you must column See Deed Book 35 next Sunday by Rov Sriead dinsburg Ky in tho fall fertilize it freely with printers ink page 382 tax for the year 1892 Cunningham Still fresh in tho minds Mr Smith was very wealthy ono of Mr Cylas Ankins was tho guest of Miss Amount tax and cost 1230 One house and lot for sale on the Hill tho largest tax payers in Meado county of the people Is tho election of four years Bell Hall 0110 day last week Jordan Tuber M Interest In 3 acre lot ago Prof Jumna Owen Cunningham of Lot 50x200 prico SS0000 Address See Deed Hook In Hardinsburg Ky and resided on a largo estate in tho bot- Â¬ Mr AVash Hlckerson was thu guebt of 35 page 328 tax for the years 1891 J M Bell Cloverport Ky tom Just abovo Wolf Creek He leaves Stephensport tho favorite son of Repub Â¬ his mother Saturday near Sample 1882 and 1893 Amount of tax and cost 1335 licanism was at that time the Btandard of Hardinsburg Detn See Deed Hobt Moredock 47 acres J E Monarch a largo family of relatives and many Mr Tom Brown of Paynesville visit Â¬ Hook 37 page 61 tax for tho years bearer of tho party Ho was defeated v pcrotic candidate for County Clerk was friends to mourn his loss 1891 1892 and 189J Amount tax and ed relatives hero Saturday and Sunday then in what is known as tho hottest In town Saturday hustling for re election cost We havo a nice tobacco season now Arthur S Mays 115 acres of land See 1160 and most bitter campaign thu county making your own Why worry nbout KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Deed Book W page 195 tax the year Again Mr Cun and every boy is busy stripping tobacco has oyer witnessed bread when you can get it warm and 1882 Amount tax and cost V1 ningham offers himself as a candidate Mr Clint Arms near Hardinsburg John W Carter 57 aoret on north fork freBh from your City Bakery oyery day They BaQqnet Their Friends in a for the oflico of County Court Clerk sub Â¬ visited his sister Mrs Peter Macy Sun of Bough Creek adjoining A A William Lyons candidate for Jailer Smiley tax for tho years 1891 and ject to the action of tho Republican con- Â¬ day Royal Manner 1882 Amount of tax and cost 1245 wrs in town yesterday William says lnj vention February 12 Nothing that wo Mr and Mrs Bob Moraco and family Samuel tlilbert one lot In Stephensport is a sure winnor and the other fellows The Knights of Pythias gave their can say will add to tho esteem in which wore tho guests of Ky See Deed Book 42 page 79 tax ftr und Mrs Tom nro not in it Amt tax and oost 950 for the year 1889 regular aunual banquet lost Friday Mr Cunningham Is held by his party or Blaln Sunday Nathaniel Basham 75 acres land Sea Eskrldge of Hardinsburg Jesso It night The Banquet was spread in their give hint a broader acquaintance IIo is Deed Book 41 page 218 tax fur the Misses Nannie Hawkins Ida Williams Republican candidato for County At- Â¬ ball and many invited guests partook of a high toned polished gentleman and 1005 year 1890 Amount tax and cost Bessio und Casy Tucker wero tho guests Jerry Hook one lot In Hardinsburg Ky torney was in the city Saturday shaking their hospitality is sure to mako his canvass on high adjoiblug Ben Kobardi and Jerry hands with the boys Tho people assembled early In tho toned principles His qualifications are of Miss Sudto Blaln Sunday Taber Tax fur the years 890 91 92 Bring iu your silver dollars halts and evening and listened to tho address of unquestioned being ono of tho finest 1805 and 93 Amount tax and oost Jas Hall and wife lot 2d in Union Star quarters and put them on tho scales I welcome by Gus Brown Mr Brown educators tho county has over known See Deed Book 42 page 108 tax Ky will give you thoir weight In silver eloquently and heartily welcomed the Should the Republicans select Mr Cun Â¬ for the years 1888 1889 1890 1691 1892 Amount Ux and cost 2270 spoons P N DHuy guests and In so doing gave a brief his- Â¬ ningham as their standard bearer this J O Hrashoars heirs H lot No 3 in is 100000 tory of the objects and workings of this time a lively fight and hustling race will Charlie Durham says thero See Deed Book Is ono of tho first signs of Stephensport Ky 40 page 453 tax for the years 1889 ponnds of good tobacco in his neighbor Â¬ admirablo benovqlont society just be started poor health Coughs Colds 1890 1891 and 1892 amt tax and cost 2280 After grace by Prof Logan the guests hood yet unsold He would like- to have Upavin Frank A Beavin of Clover- Â¬ Weak Lungs DJsoased Blood Mahala llruner 160 acies near Ireston some Cloverport buyers come out and wero invited to make themselves at Ky Assestln her name tax for tho port is a candidate for tho oflico of follow Amount tax years 1691 and 1892 homo and partake of tho good things of County Court Clerk subject to tho action see t 1290 and oost Prof J Owen Cunningham of Steph Â¬ life It was an elegant spread that lay pf the Democratic party Mr Beavin is Clay Swllser heirs 100 acres of land on Yellow Bank creek tax for the years city Saturday looking before thorn and every ono heartily en- ensport was in tip the present County Survoyor IIo Is a 1890 1891 and 1892 and amount tax up his Republican friends Mr Cun Â¬ joyed the happy occasion The crowd lino young man socially j and oa to quali and cost 1155 for County Clerk was beautifully entertained with instru- Â¬ ningham is a candidate Jno B Hoberts ono lot In Sample Ky fication ho Is n6t surpassed by any one next to J K Hamptons tax for the and thinks that his chances nro flatter- Â¬ mental and vocal music by the Misses who has yet offered for tho place He years 1889 1690 1891 and 1892 May ing 2235 Amount tax and cost from is a graduate and holds a diploma Six peroent will be added to all these lists Louis DItsonbach gave a birth day Tho pleasures 0 the e venlng were not ono of tho finest colleges in tho etato Wo are also preparing a lurge when sold wjien everjr Ho boa party at tho residence of his grand par over till Jearfrndnigbt his enjsIr and JJre yijlch Farber Man guest went jiooje withy a kind feeling present made a splendid officerbo in for Â¬ tho Croara of Cod liver Oil lilt that willonsoon follow this if the taxes are not paid at to bq position and should he euros all of theso woaknoss - -- llespecfully day awning to a number of his little for the benevoleutKnlghts tunate as to secure the nomination and V K Bhodes 8 B 0 es Tako It In tlmo to avort trlends Lunch was served and Juvenile K Ps know how to entertain The bo elected to the position to which he Is indulged in and tho whole affair A trial will coiivIhoo the most plays Illness If you can Physiciat pojv aspiring hlsparty nor tho pepplo skoptlcHl that V V O VorlHlH was enjoyed only as little children can wJlCttfyqmipg fo regret tho world over ondorsolt jidtlvJA noa4a pi XKja titra nvra opwi Cough Curo I tho KruHtat This was the W3Uiituo enjoy such occasions lluqji jtjojuwoiiiY remedy vxtatu for the cm re 9IlopV9 lJardlntbUte B7ppj-L- eMHMUlM MOHI V NAYOHU Dwt be deelre4 by Substitutes fourth anniversary of the little fellows Croup Couiha of quo hiv ueftiwjpoj MV Tf 4rBHdtfotjalUr subject io tho appearance on earth Cold tcu iVart4 If tUttt Bowm K Y All DoHIH LOCAL BEEVITIES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo are authorized to announce Am Capt Win Ahl of Cloverport asn can didate for County Judge subject to the action of the Republican convention February 12 and this is Ahl of the new Iandidates that wo know of just now Capt Ahl Is a gentleman in every res Â¬ pect and a well known Republican poliHo has filled the position of tician magistrate in the Cloverport district in a creditable manner and was the post master of Cloverport under Harrison Ho is a good man and his nomination will show good judgment on the part of his party Continued next week Â¬ at Ihc Bownicr Residence The Knire Noils giVe qulle a sdell eh terlalnmelit Inst Thursday Mleruodtt til tho hospitable rosideltco of Mn a id Mro V 11 Bowmer It Wits die llrsl of n series of National Teas to be given by this ndmiijihlc club of enchanting young ladies Anyone was privileged to drop In drop a dime In tho waiter and receive in return an elegant cup of tea or choc- Â¬ olate These were served by thu dainty hands of dainty young ladles in dainty dishes at daintily furnished dainty tables you also received a dainty flig of your country us a souvenir of tho occasion Everything was strictly nat ional as lue nanio indicates TI10 par- Â¬ lors were handsomely decorated with the national colors nud the costumes of die Committeo of Reception beautifully suggested tho same idea This comiiit too consisted ot Misses Jennie Warlleld Maggio Bowiuer Allieno Murray and Bettio Bowmer Miss Maggio Bowmer wore red Miss Murray white and Misses Jennio Wnrflcld and Bettio Bow Â¬ mer blue The guests wero also entertained by die cxquiBltu rendering of instrumental music violin and piano by Misses Maggio and Bettio Bowmer National song America by Miss Jen- Â¬ nie Warlleld piano accompaniment by Miss LulaOwcn Instrumental music piano by Misses Mabel White and Lula Owen Recitations and reading by Miss Maud Willis Mrs Bowmer thu most charming of hostesses ably assisted tiie Reception Committeo in making things pleasant for their guests llio tea lasted from two until five oclock Beautiful Entertainment Tllfi HtGttfiST af f iii 1 iLMtml AWARD HAS BEEN GIVKN By tho Citizens of Clovorport r SULZERS ON THEIR Pure Groceries Provisions Spices Because of Tho Qualities Coffees Teas Could do no more for anyone Medal and Diploma Deliver is Prompt A childs order is filled as quickly and carefully as your own Are You Through Burning That Plant Bed Yet If you are vc have the Canvas to cover it and our prices are it away Very very lowinfact competition is so great that we will almost give So give us a call before it is all gone for this will be the offer you will have this season Dont Forget On next Saturday we will make a great reduction on Sugar We will sell you 25 lbs of the very best Granulated Sugar for only One Dollar fail to come Remember the day and dont Yery Respectfully B lu a F BEARD GO HARDINSBURG KY j o houiink J M llAUPEIt DANIEL BH00K3 BOURNE HARPER BROOKS G0t Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILI KY STOCK YARDS Taken THE BEST TYPE WRITER Deeds Mortgages and all legal instru- Â¬ ments ilnvwu and copying lono iu tho best style p As Astray Loss of Flesh A small bay marc about ij hand hljtht amt about four year old lla sadillv murk cm liacK Mare came to my house ncur Ilallliiwn Owner oil the night ot December 3iit iSijW can have tame by paylnir me for my trouble unit this advertisement W It WKTIIINtiTON Mqttlniilyl0tV Clovcrnort V G Uabbage Atty IJirfl MnPCTi Two live agents to sell Ky IIahdiksiiuiki Kv Scotts 8AMli RAY KOBEUT P HARK Emulsion O- - jj -- A IE3Ij3j3I WITH HIS Crescent - Tobacco - -- - Warehouse RAY CO Proprietors BlgLallr008- LOUISVILLE K iLt rjirlpio With Auction and Trivato Sales Daily anil Storage Foui Montha Free i mmmmmmmmmmm 7 8 Highest Of THS BRRGKBNR1DGR HHWS OIUOYHRFORT KY all w Leavening Power ijiimii iiiiiimnnirnrnrrr1 Latest U S Govt Perot t Doctor Hill Billy VISITS TOBINSPORT INDIANA What Ministers Say About THE ABsouureiy pure Breckenridge News Baking Powder Â¬ ELECTROPOISE fioin Central Methodist AND SEES THE CHRIST- Nov Meek EdiCatlettRburg Ky tor Unless ten thousand men mainly MAS TREES lawyers doctors professional men editors preachers and all classes includ- Â¬ ing the writer are very much mistaken Four Times Widower Wants to the Elfctropoise effects cures gives relief where nil other remedies have Marry Again and is Sparked fulled especially is it i llleacious in deli Editorial Â¬ tho Alfalfa fields are as green ns a Ken ente feeble women By Mrs Santa Claus tucky wheat field in May In almost Kev W W Hruee Hustonville Ky every yard you see palms nnd other WEDNESDAY JANlAUY 17 1891 With tho Kit ctropoise I have cured trees that are green now and in many n had rase of opium hnhit in ltss than places roses and other lowers in bloom HOW HIS WIVES DIED two months time tho patient now has Indies may be seen walking the streets no desiro for tho drug carrying parasols to protect them from Hev John I Roger Danville Ky the rays of the sun Hut we have a re A kins woman of miiio who was appar I IIickoiiv I Iiix Ky Mr Editor minder of winter when we glance at the SIDNEY J BRACK IS BASKING IN 6now capped peaks that lower above the attended the Christmas trees over nt ently rapidly sinking into the grave suffering with sciatic rheumatism in valley and I know of no scene more Tobinsport nnd I thought sure my name would be in the county papers but my extreme pain night and day bi n very ITS SMILES AND WRITES sublime than a view of those snowy obtained freedom from all heights grand harbingers of the icy friends over there have slighted me Tho short time TOTEILUSOFIT trees and entertainments were tolerably pain walks without crutch or cane ami king as the afternoon sun gives them she is well it is a mystery the good night kiss and leaves them to good but I was not on the hunt of a tree declares that I am a widower for the fourth time anil to me almost a miracle glint and scintillate under fair Lunas Tropical Fruits and Snow Cappod rentier touch Here we will venture i tiiougiit J might liinl some one over Wyatt Morning View Hev W 1 1 began to improve from the first there that would marry mo Ky the assertion that this valley has as many Mountains Vary the Lovely Cynosure compared WVasa broken application of the wonder working sunny days and moonlight nights as any Valley Scone NWasoutat gem my ceiii ral health is better than place on earth hut the heat is pretty slatiutheold windmill the wind mill on Christmas night and it has been in years I believe it to be a We heard a gen intense in summer tleman remark yesterdayTho man that did not get to the entertainment at the Hods given remedy NV had not Everybody Talks Mining but Agriculture says it dont get hot here in summer is Haptist church until late Hev Hobt M Harrett Haptist Semi been there long until I noticed tho tears nary Ixmlsvllle Ky -- I gladly add my either a liar or a fool and as we do not Attenion and Receives Much rolling down his face as big as apples I testimoninl to that of many witnesses care to pose before the public as either Pays Well took him by the arm and led him out for tho Klectropoise Hesldes other we will not deny the statement Of the people much might be said as and told him he would not have to reserious troubles I have cured n severe their peculiarities are many and varied port this muss to the Enquirer I went attack of lagrippo in one night treat- Â¬ PEOPLE OF EVERY NATION Here in Tempo on aud told W the trouble I had and ment as their nationalities any day we can see X eicans Indians what a time I was having to get another Hev George II Means Covington V said he thought they were Ky Chinese Japanese and perhaps a half wife In one nights time the Electro having a very nice time in the house dozen other nationalities on the streets poise relieved me of brain congestion Temi k Aiuzova Tkii Dec 29 IMfl but lie said when that young lawyer was Editor of the Xkvvs We scarcely know Tho Mexicans are numerous and the In Â¬ telling about that old cow he could not nnd vertigo My wife was relieved of a to your renders dians are plentiful as there is a resersevere attack of neuralgia in one hour how to begin a letter keep from crying I told him never to from this particular plnce for several rea vation up the river a few miles They mind that hut just help me get a wife a Address Hullois it Webb Uoom 10 sons Firstly because we dont know are harmless and instead of being the person that believed the women ought Norton Hlock noble red men we see pictured in story what would Interest you Secondly he fourth and Jefierson sts to vote must have some influence with Louisville Ky rause as we have been here such a short they impress tho writer as being poor tho women Â¬ while you must know that wo write half naked half starved idiots wander Just then 5anta Claus and ids wife begging and stealing depths of n tenderfoots igno ing around from the RISING GENERATION besmearing their countenances with came in I was considerably stuck on ranco profound Ijistly because we dont just how much allowance you will hideous streaks of paint and bedecking Mrs Santa I could tell she was a lover know of men She whispered in my ear that make for the proverbial long horns of their ungraceful forms with feathers and I was the best looking man in the house THE BOYS OF TO DAY MAXE Hut we would remind you gaudy bits of ribbon shambling through far off cattle the world as if they owed it an apology She said she would get jlr ftuitn Claus in the beginning tint Truth is stranger THE MEN OF THE out of the way before long She had In the future as in the for being in it and having many reasons than fiction been a widow three times She said she FUTURE post we shall endeavor to confine our- Â¬ for wishing that they had never been never expected to lead a single life If I selves as close to the truth as it is possi- Â¬ born The various religions all have a follow keep my health I will be married again ble for fallen and degenerate man to do The Good Intelligent Energetic Boy before many more moons The territory of Arizona is perhaps ingand the next city five or six miles up I will give a history of my former Will Fill Important Places tho valley Mesa is a Mormon settleknown less of by the average Keiituck wives so any one of their habits need as a Man ian than any section of the great West ment Tempo has four churches public not pay any attention to me My first and comparatively few Kentiickians school Territorial Xoiiniil school two chewed so much tally and wax that However there hanks about a half dozen saloons cac wife come hero to locate tus factory etc nnd we mint not forget she died of the lockj iw mv second wife AS TUP TVVKi IN IllVi M WIII valare I suppose three residents of this plaved the organ bo much she starved rut imiim ley who first saw the light of day in to add n I idles Cornet band composed to death my third wife was V lmck who of young ladies and no gt iitlciuan neid herself Urcckenridgo county M studying for a sciool t no it r and the Dur- Â¬ ToniNsiMitT im Jan 1J 1801 was raised near Custer Mr Jo Mercer a apply All grades of society may be found died of insanity before she graduated ing our entertainments at the churchts 1 Wey- Â¬ brother of the Judge and Mr las wife ran herself to deatli try- was wondrrully impressed with tho boys mouth formerly of Constantino famil- Â¬ here from the most refined to the class my fourth As I am a of this community ing to find out all llie news depicted hy M Quads Arizona kicker They all made a iarly known hero as Old Kentuck doctor by profession I want my fifth grand display of their intelhctual pow Â¬ Although Arizona covers a wide ex Â¬ sketches or Hret Hartes western stories Some queer tilings we could tell you ot to marry me for love some in ono way and some in ers tent of territory this Maricopa county Die IIiii Himv another until I was made to think os did beiriu lamer than tlirtfc of the smaller the peculiarities of the country we shall What shall the ending bo the poet Eastern states combined only a small have to reserve for a future date For The world wide reputation cf Ayers with Hit Sr- - boys of ours per cent is available for agricultural pur Â¬ instance they cut hay witli n hoe and Hair Vigor is due to its healthy action One of them in his say seemed to poses owing to tho scarcity of rain cut wood witli n sledge hammer Now on the hair and scalp This incompar Whilst the valleys that are under canals these are facts and we shall feel our able pieparulion restores the original think all the good chances in lifo were gone and there was no place of honor bloom like the garden of Eden tho larg- journalistic honor insulted if you do not color to gray and faded hair and imparts er part of the remainder is mountains or believe them uud if any old fogy wants the gloss and freshness so much desired left for him Anothers subject was 1 which he handled mean to bo a man nn arid burning waste of sand covered particulars we shall be pleased to have hy all classes of people with tiie greattbt amount of skill and in some places with a scant growth of him address us as above Well Christmas has come and passed which made good impressions and I sage bush mosquito polla verde and A GOOD SHOWING hope Sum in v will live to manhood and all the various members of tho cactus and wo hope you nil enjoyed it nnd we family with here and there a giant cac Â¬ take tills occasion of wishing ye Editor Report of the Cloverport High School carry into effect tho sentiment of ids Others for Month Ending Jan 5 1804 speecli made on tnat night tus lifting its head forty feet in tho air and all your readers n Happy New Year 110 made teinprnnce speeches which were a mute sentinel oer the realm of the They dont seem to celebrate Christmas Number girls enrolled rattlesnake and Gila Monster which is hero to any great extent they are cer- Number boys enrolled 110 very grand indeed 2- When it was all rounded up I just the most poisonous animal known to tainly an unnatural set of boys for I Whole number pupils enrolled havent heard n single Ire cracker man Average daily attendance 200 thought to myself If I only could have Having nothing else to do Christmas Average daily absence Aside from her farming interest catIt my way these boys would all grow up to 91 be men and fill somo honored station in tle raising cuts an important figure and day I climbed to the top of the little Per cent of attendance in the mountains of the north the lum- mountain at the foot of which Tempo is Number cases tardiness 7 lifebut alas its not so wo dont always They nro 18 have our way witli the boys ber industry is considerable hut more situated nnd thought No more enticing Number visitors not under our control absorbing than all is tho mining ques Â¬ view was presmtcd by the arch fiend liOII Ol HONOIt Will not the parent join in and help tion Everybody talks mining business when ho tempted tho Saviour than is 111111 SCHOOL lIKIAItTMUST And and professional men alike Everybody presented hero for miles On ono side Third year Forrest Moorman Nellie to make those boys useful in life dont let the boys think there is no almost has n prospect somewhere in stretches the fertile valley and the Simons the mountains that ho expects will streams of water winding sinuously in Second year Mabel Caison Stella place for them in this broad free world of ours Just apply yourself to prove n bonanza somo day The fever ward and outward through the emerald Mullen Mary Jtyan Nearer was Tempo peaceful is infectious and it requires no lively alfalfa First year Marion iiownier Mamie study and prepare yourselves for a placo imagination to see your correspondent quiet and still nearer the little mexican Do Haven ladosca Moy Hessio Jarboo when the opportunity comes which is in the near future armed witli a pick cemetry where after lifes fitful fiver the Margaret Skillman Ernest Hoyd Fred sure to bo All tho presidents of our hist colleges and pan wending his way to tho moun Â¬ mexican sleeps beneath tho cross he DHtiy Wallie Lisbon Willie Mullen tains and John if it is just tho same to loves so well on tho other side close to Aniil Oelzo Herbert Hiedel Albert Sol and seminaries tho best ministers and you in the future when I renew my tho base flows Salt river then tho bro brig A It Skillman Jesso Willis James missionaries are past middle li e and in a few more years their places are to bo subscription I will shove you a quill far ken plain on which is situated tho Indian Witt From tho ranks tilled and where from more facile viz a quill full of gold reservation with old Ft McDowell ikammiii iikimtmint Somo very rich discoveries are being beyond and in the distance the Four Sixth yearClara Hardin I earl Fella of tho boys of to day And who of tho boys will get tho best places Those made now and more important develop- 1eaks lifting their snow capped sum- Â¬ Mannio White Fannie Smith ments are expected The Superstition mits high over tho surrounding range Fifth year fjifu lichen Eliza May who tiro the best boys tiioso who em mountains the seat of some of the rich- pointing tho imaginative mind up Joe DHtiy Iillio Loud m Jennie Lon Â¬ brace present oiportunitles No matter how humble no matter how lowly bo est mines in tho territory can bo seen through nature to natures Ciod don faithful in the present sphere of duty from this place Tho womanly weakness would have INTKIIMKIIIVTK KKfAltTMKST Hut the most admirable thing of all in been excusable had wo lifted up our Fourth year David May Malcolm A rail splitter and a tow path boy be Arizona is her climate While the voice and wept when we thought of tho OHrien Charlie Zirkel Muriel Gregory came presidents of these United States greater part of the world is clad in furs many friends that wo had left where da Hauiton Gracio Plank Editli and Adoniram Judion commonccd life as an huinhlo shoemaker anil became and wraps and shiver from lire to fire they never get an orange or fig unless Heron one of the brightest lights the woild has this little valley basks in tho smiles of they pay for it nnd whoro they have to Third year Willie Aid Edna Jarboe having been the first ever known old Sol who shows his genial face to them wear clothes all the year around Yes Maude Witt American missionary to the heathen wo thought of the Christinases the almost every duy in the year IlllMAUY imiAUTMKXT Tempo is located on Salt river nine happy ones the sad ones tho beautiful Second year James Furrow Carlton world where he translated tho bible in- Â¬ miles east of Phoenix tho capital ones Wo thought of tho boys the Gregory Ia ssIo Newton Maggie Wroe to several different languages and was city Hy tho way lhoenlx is tho pret Â¬ children aud the dogs and more particu First year Itollio Fallon Arthur Instrumental in leading thousands of souls to accept Christ and be saved tiest little city imaginable The yards larly did we think of the girls Gregory Corpio Allen There arc moments I think when the spirit Was all this by chance No They did JXMKS II IOOAN Supt are filled to overflowing with all manner riculvit well what they did and that was the of fruit and ornamental trees palms Whole Mluinc of tlietijilii on Hi unwritten Liver and Kidney Cure secret of their success and the pepper umbrella figs etc ItHttI ParksSuroCure is the only guaranteed Judson after lie had worn out his life streets nro bordered with rows of cotton When the foKLoftlic hoirt In it moment unremedy Its action is quick and positive in tho service of ids Master started ci oc woods with a stream of pure water run- Â¬ from the heart of 4 Will stop that buck ache aud slck liead home and died on hoard the vessel and ning on either side Tempo is smaller llkc the liincrniiMt len ache A positive specific for all diseases was burled in the Indian ocean No hut built on much the than Pluunix IINI1SAY Why suffer when it will huge slab of granite will ever mark of woman same plan and isurroundcd by one of A It Fisher druggist euro you tho place of his burial but his volleys that ever greeted tho prettiest Cured cough left after lung fever with noble son Edward by tho help of Christtho entranced vision of man Tho land two bottles Mrs IizIe Hums Harclay School Report of District No 29 for ian peoplo has succeeded lu building a is as level as a floor and is divided into Sangamon Co Ills writes as follows the 4th School Month church in New York known os the Jud- Â¬ ranches varying in size hut layed oil in I think Dr Hulls Cough Syrup is Kelly Watts Iucy Noblcttr rj6 son Memorial church where thousands surrounded hy the indis regular order rmue acotloi Illfton liiyncu l truly an excellent remedy for coughs Uriicl Prlikeil Sy Claude lUrncil SS of peoplo have tho privilege of listening pensable canal full of water for irriga- Â¬ Ieyton Scott Kt left from lung fever us two bottles en- Â¬ Slccrs8Yi6 and nearly always fringed to the word of God preached from the Thomas Prlski ll Hi Allle WcilherlVrd W tion purposes tirely cuied my daughter Our report includes only those mak sacred desk by his own dear boy Yes by a row of cottonwood The principal Judson was a noblo boy autl grew to be a ing 85 per cent or more farm product is alfalfa of which they Nk ure Indebted to Mr Henry C Notick Tho public school will closo noblo man and so may most all our boyr cut several crops kt year giving an During a debate in Congress some Wheat and barley is Hoyd Chief of stamp vaults in tho In District number SO at Ephesus the onbrmoufiold alsVgrown to a considerable extent Treasury Department Washington for last week in February I will begin a years ago n member of aristocratic birth Thero is nothing that presents a more the address of Hon John 0 Curlislo be private school in said district and con- Â¬ in replying to on opponent said When pleasing appearanco than growing fields fore tho Now York Chamber of Com Â¬ tinue until tin Juno examination 16Jl wo were boys ho used to black my 1891 It Is neatly All persons desiring a chance to at Â¬ boots Anddldnt I black them well of alfalfa and nothing we over saw that merce November 1st Yes I must say in equals its rich emerald green except a printed bound in pamphlet form and tend one of the cheapest schools will do asked the other contains the financial policy of tho Gov Â¬ well to writo rco and secure terms justice to the gentleman ho was called Southern sugar plantation Address A Diiiskkm llnnlinshijrg Thank1 the best boot black In town The climate la what might be called ernment na administered at tho proent you sir and let me add that is why I am It rarely over frosts and tlmo iwwMropiral as Arizona Sunshine Â¬ Â¬ here to day I always tried to do what- Â¬ ever I had to do as well as I could If the ono who taunU me for my lowly origin had begun life as n boot black I fear that he would have been n boot black still So boys you see that It is not a suit of clothes a plug hat a cigar- Â¬ ette or kid gloves that make a good boy There Is a kind of gravitation in this free land of ours that draws men Into the positions they belong So the boot black studied while ho worked and he got there too Yes Iwys are wanted to take the placo of all the leading statesmen and ministers The reins of tills govern ment will soon be in the hands of the boys of to day The word must he preached In two decades more by the hoys of to day Only think of it Girls alone no matter how pure and good could not savo tho world for bad bathers and husbands would bo such an Incubus tijion their efforts that they would be paralyzed Yes to be successful we must have the boys and have them tem- Â¬ perate boys The rum ttalilc would die in one generation if it were not for tho boys The older customers either die soon go to the oor iouse or fill a cell in tho state prison We need not fear tho saloons if we can succeed in raising our hoys right for unless the armies of tho drunkards can bo recruited from the ranks of the boys the liquor business will soon bo bankrupt Oh if we could save our boys The intrinsic value of a boy is inestimable Their possible value to the church the nation aud the world is enough to justify our most earnest efforts in their behalf Â¬ Greatest Variety of Large Stock of BEST PAPER and DISPLAY TYPE CARD BOARD wtmmmmmmmn m m m mm m Job Printing uuuauuauuauu TRICES TIIE 1 1 III UUUUU NEWS BRECKENRIDGE LOWES T - OFFICE THE POPULAR FAVORITE- - CORRESIOXDKST Â¬ The persistent cough which usually follows an attack of the grip can be per Â¬ manently cured by taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy W A McGuire of McKay Ohio says La Grippe left me with a severe cough After using Â¬ KIS ME GUM Nearly Half a Million Cakes - - several different medicines without re- Â¬ lief I tried Chamberlains Cough Reme- Â¬ dy which effected a permanent cure I have also found it to be without an equal for children when troubled with colds or croup io and 50 cent bottles for sae by A It Fisher Cloverport and Kincheloe Mcador it Co Iiurdinsburg druggists Consumed Every Week NO GRIT NO DSRT That is Why Everybody Chews KIS ME Tfrw -- Report of Bewley villa Public School ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON for the Month Ending January 5 1894 Number girls enrolled Number boys enrolled Whole number pupils Average dally attendance ItOLl ACADKS1IC 31 42 7U 4 7 2020PROAY RATES 08 Â¬ ok iioxon IiKIAKTMKKT JKlyLBip drrmatncah0IX- Â¬ tiii I Mary Paul Johnson Ina McCoy Jesse Payne Moorman llarda way Mary Hlanford Arthur Walker Stella PhiiI Victoria Payne Fletcher Hlanford Olive Payne Overton Hlanford flattie McCoy Phelps Walker Ella Tripplett Clara Jordan Banks Drury Annie ialu5ssKkK feJ Jquisville Ky 4 V Â¬ INTEHMEIHATK DEPARTMENT Â¬ Annie Payne Hose Stlth Ethel Hard away Jas Morion Hoy Payne Owen Kasey Kate Tripplett Hobt Jordan Mark Huford Raymond Keith Joe Johnson 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possibili- Â¬ ties all stomach and bowel troubles as Â¬ sume an Importance beyond the ordi- Â¬ nary and should meet with prompt treatment Cholera morbus cholera in- Â¬ fantum diarrhea dyseutary flux colio and cramps wind on the stomach flatul- Â¬ ency distress after eating etc all point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach and bowels and all such disor Â¬ ders should bo corrected at once Mr II L Wilson Stumptown W Va says Lightning Hot Drops is tho best mediclno I ever used for pains for cramps and colic in children it cant bo beat For lux it Is tho king Mr R L Hlenkinshlp of Tooloy W Va lias this to say Last April I had an extremely severe attack of diarrhea had twenty ono actions of my bowels in less than two hours I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved mo instantly Lightning Hot Drops Is tho safest sur- Â¬ est quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of tho above complaint Moreover it cures all pains external and internal and is tho best 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