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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII A CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1894 OBITUARY NO 28 GOOD WOMAN DONT BE SWINDLED S LODIBURG t McDANIELS Mrs Dan Hicks is visiting her sister near Cnvc Spring Dr Clarke of Henderson vldteil lela x lives here this week A lino boy baby came to the homo of Rev Alex Sheller on the 12 ult Quarterly meeting nt Cae Sprhi though held in tho week was well at Â¬ tended Prayer meeting was to have been at tho parsonage to night but the rain rained it out This seems to bo drummer week nt Jarhoo Brothers store from tho number who havo stopped there Ada McDaniol fell into the fire n few nights since her hand sinking in n bed of embers was severely burned Miss Juett who has been visiting her cousins tho Misses McDaniel has re Â¬ turned to her home nt Puducnh Rev G N Metcalfe has gono to nssist Rev J N Watson in n meeting nt Watsons school house near Leitchfield Mra Clyde Hicks has been quite sick Mrs Hanoi who has been staying with Mr John Moore who 1ms been very sick has returned home Mr nnd Mrs Tom Parsons Mr nnd Mrs Dock Coke nnd Mrs Dan Hicks helped SiMer Cundiff to eat her Christ mat tin key on the Illth of January Mm Coinpton near Cave Spring Is sick Several nu tubers of the family are also sick ami a young lady who went to help nurse them was also attacked and is still very low am sorry to report that Mcs Alex Sheller is very low if sho is yet alive Three doctors have been in attendance and wo hear there is no hopes of her re- Â¬ Bro Shelfers covery mother and brother are with him Rev S K Breeding of the llnrdins burg circuit attended and preached a powerful sermon the first day Brr Allen tho P K was present to lead the Lords hosts and as usual di I good service His trumpet gives no uncer tain sounds Spiritually tho meeting was good financially it was not so go Havo you heard tho last sell Iln a country store Present the merchant and a gentleman friend Knter the merchants littlo son A did you tell your ma that Mr the friend will stay to supper Yes sir What did she say My goodness What will wo havo for supper Â¬ 1 Â¬ J Tito Ready Counsel English Son of H English Horn and Mary Many Agents of a Faithful Wifo Holds tho Husband from Danger Disaster and Sin A Man Who AsksNot Womans Lovo Is a Monstr He Who Expects None a Child of Despair SERMON TO BACHELORS Mil ufily trml III A Tliclidttorlier her Irm Ji II Mou nro liuslinnil moved power They are by exhibitions of nllieteil by Boelal clinngpp which lunvo their mnrk in tho world Hence they pause to moralizo over tho death of statesmen and heroes over scholars and millionaires but few have devoted tlino and thought and eulogy to their estimate of a good wife n good mother a good woman As the light of homo is almost tho only radiance which cheers the darkness of mans lot King Solomon turns as ide to pronounce a benediction on hot who presides at that altar Ordinarily it is the office of divine truth to weaken our trust in eaithly blessings Trust not in rut not your trust in princes man Tlu se JYufct not in uncertain riches Human friend nru divine injunctions ships are treacherous Wealth is too Fame hangs cold to fill a wnrm heart on a breath of air and comes nnd goes rises and falls by the caprices of a crowd Hod ordinarily represents all earthly flings as vanity but in this text there seems to bu an exception in favor of a faithful wife in the deep full affection of the faith- Â¬ ful wife the husband finds that apprecia tion an inten st which every soul covets This stimulates his enterprises makes him brave in peril and cheers his hard labor and what a luxuiy it is f r a man to feel that in Ills own home there is a true and faithful being iir whoso pies enco ho may throw off restraint without dauger to his dignity in whom ho may confldo without fear of treachery and be sick or unfortunate without being aban doned Common friends aro linked to us by n slender thn ad Wo must retain them by ministering in somo way to their interest or their enjoyment As we can- Â¬ not nlways retain them in this way like summer birds they aro liable to come and go to bo coldest when w o most need sympathy and absent and indif ferent when wo most need their support God covets the love of his creatures and man made in Gods image craves the lovo of others as essential to his own happiness The man that asks no lovo is a monster tho man who expects none is a child of despair There may be hearts so frozen by selfishness or ossified by pndo and egotism or paralyzed by disapointment as to bo indifferent to affection out theso aro icebergs drifting in darkness on polar seas cold barren and desolate The faithful wifo gives caro and neat- Â¬ ness to our dwellings and so regulates our tables our couches and our apparel as to administer to our comfort caters to our appotites and swelters in heated kitchens for our indulgence and often unthauked and unblessed plies tho needle all the lone afternoon for our benefit And is she not an angel of mercy as sho watches by our couch in sicknessj furnishes tho ready napkin tho bandage for our wounds tho cup for our thirst tho medicine for our aches and pains bears all our irritations and moves with mullled step when wo slumber In ordinary affairs within her province tho judgement of a wifo is rather an inspiration from Him who ordained That by her counsel she should bo a Pilate was embar Â¬ helpmate for man rassed In tho struggle b tween his sense of justice and his desiro of popularity but his wife said at once Have nothing Had he to do with that just man heeded her counsel Pilates bunds would not have been stained with the blood of the Son of God How often the ready counsel of a faithful wife holds tho hus Â¬ band from danger disaster and ruin and a wise man will often seek her counsol Again Solomon says a prudent wifo is from tho Lord And again estimating things at real value he says Who can find a virtuous woman t for her price is The poet has well far above rubles described her in the following lines Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In ilrcckenrldgo rounty Ky April I tli 187511ml died at the home of his parents January il 18M That grim sad messenger Death has again Invaded oijr home and lightning his icy clutches around ono of tho brightest beet loved of its occupants ho carried olf a bright noble boy of eighteen one just lying in tho lap of manhood and so left a vacancy in our home and hearts that never can bo filled Strango indeed it seems that one to young so noblo and so loved with such an inlluenco for good over all those with whom he vuis thrown should bo so soon called from his earthly abode but wo We feel question not Gods wisdom that his mission on earth was completed his work was finished he had lived long enough to fulfill tho heavenly will and so to depart nnd bo with Christ wits for better than to live longer In this world of sorrow nnd suffering so he must have felt when n few hours previous to his death ho said with n lmppy ytt tired and suffering expression on his dear face Surely I will not have to wait much longer Ill be so glad when the time Ho had had several attacks of comes inflammatory rheumatism from which ho had been n great sufferer and which resulted in heart disease from which he has been almost n constant suffi r r for the past year Never was there greater Buffeting and nevtr was sutlering borne with greater patience than was hfs for School Apparatus On Aro Imposing tho Trustoos Superintendent of Public Instruction Warns the People Against Fraud READ THIS Â¬ Victor the little son of Mr nnd Mrs Sam Robertson is very sick at this writ ing Wo are having lino weather for the time of year Yet the la grippe Is very piivalent In this pertlou Rev Rodgcis of Louisville has been visiting his many friends in tills neigh borhood for tho past week Mr and Mrs A J Keys Jr wero visiting relatives nt Clifton Mills last week Is that correct Clifton Mr Thos Robertson nnd Miss Bottle Payne attended the social at Mrs Sam BassettV Preston on last Friday night Saturday and Sunday tho 27th and Sth aro tho regular days for preaching at Walnut Grove tho Rev juinn being our regular pasttr Rev Rodgcrs of Louisville preached quite an interesting sormon nt Walnut Grovo last Sunday and also on Sunday night to quite a large congregation Miss Km ma Bells school closed last Friday and she hns gono home She taught one of tho best schools that has been taught at Poplar Grovo for some timo Tho pupils nil liked her and the patrVms all were pleased with her And tho Clifton Mills correspondent thinks a false face for the Lodiburg cor Â¬ respondent would bo an improvement over natuie This might be true but we all know it would not wih tho Clifton corr spoudent for nature tiiid herself His forehead as white on that biped as the Inside of n frog stool his cheeks the color ol sloshed wine his eyes they aro a murky blue his hair a motley brown Tho silk haired gentleman of Clifton Mills the Lycuruas of America tho Cincinnntus of the nation Mlle was born For courts or great atltlr Sales Have Commenced Closing Out t By mutual agreement wo are closing out With Us our entire stock of Merchandise to dissolve partnership and by this transaction we propose to give our old friends and customers the benefit of our entire stock at cost We have a full line of everything kept by a So if you have a Dime or a Country Store S10 bill tc spend now is your time to get your bargains Ooine and see us qnick Â¬ LETTER never did a murmur rscapo his lips He was poes ssed of perfect calmness and consciousness up to tho moment of his deatli and when nsktd by his tender watchful futher who had so closely watched over and nursed him during his alllictiou if ho knew that his life was al most at an end and if he was rendy and willing to go he said Papa I am only On tho day waiting tho Lords will I want to low of his death ho said papa and mamma tlin with his arms around his fathers neck he said Papa I feel po good and his eyes as well as his lips told of tho happiness that had preceded the crossing of that icy river death and to his weeping mother he Now plcato dont do that way sad mamma And now deatli has gathered just half of father and mothers blossoms Ho has pluced them upon his bosom and his stern countenance wears a smile tho far country to which they aro jour- Â¬ neying seems nearer to them and the We must all look to the way less dark God who has so wisely wounded to bind up our bleeding hearts with that healing balm grace May his twin sister in this her first great trouble lrarn to look upon his grave as but tho foot print of an nngel and to think of him as ono of tho angels around Gods great white throne May those who liavo listened to his humble prayers in public and his earnest entreaties for their souls salvation may thoy as well as his entire family join him up there is tho prayer of his Â¬ i Sister merit Positive economy peculiar and wonderful medicinal power are all combined in Hoods Sarsaparilla Try it Hoods cures EKRON Mr Iko 0 wings went to Cloverport last Saturduy Mrs Annie Bishop of Owensboro is here tho guest of Miss Molllo Board Mr D S Roberts Sr our genial post- Â¬ master went to Brandonburg Monday HonS M Wratherisat the Falls of Hough for a few weeks visiting at his sons Georgoand Henry Wrather Mrs Joo Sanders who has been very ill with pneumonia fever we aro glad to sty is much improved at this writing of tho firm of Mr Tim McAuliffe Bourno Harper Brooks t Co of Louis-Â¬ ville made a flying trip hero Sunday to see Ills best girl Mrs Mattle Iloberts returned home this week from Jolly Station whero slio has been visiting for surni timo among hei friends and relatives Mr Lon Richardson of Brandonburg was here Sunday evening There seems to be some great attraction here for our We believe it to bo young friend Gypsy Maid but Venus dont know for sure of the firm of Mr Thomas Brown Brown Paynesville was hero Brown Friday in tho in tercet of their branch store at this place It Is rumored that theso men will build a largo storehouse Such a business luro in the spring houso is needed here and we hopo tho rumor will bo verified has been mado tho means in certain localities of exosporuting tho people against it and In no few instances of swindling them In several instances I have cordially recommended combinations of maps c for two reasons charts globes first thoy seemed to mo to cover our course of study and to meet all tho de mands of the law second I was assured that such outfit as I held to bo sufficient should cost each district less than Fifty I learn with astonishment that Dollars somo into whoso hands copies of theso letters have fallen ure misquoting and misconstruing thorn to mako tho impress- Â¬ ion that tho State Superintendent favors only a particular outfit so that my offorts to protect tho people have been perverted to their hurt Somo County Superintendents have experienced the sanio treatment The people havo their remedy In cas es where trustees have paid oxhorbltaut prices for school supplies they ought to proceed against tho perpetrators of tho fraud under the Statute for punishing those who obtain money by false pre Â¬ Ku Poutku Thompson tenses Supt of Publlo Instruction Â¬ Â¬ Miss Biancho Bashams school at Wal- Â¬ This is tho closed last week second school she has taught here We do not see how wo can do with out Miss Sho has Biancho in this neighborhood work made many friends nnd is ono of tho What tho General Assembly aimed at best teachers that over taught school was largely to increase tho olllciency of Miss Come again next fall hots tho teacher at a comparatively insignifi- Blanche cant outlay making it possible to Im- Â¬ part real instruction on all tho branches Physicians prescriptions have failed of our long course of study but tho law to reach many cases of rheumatism Ky Jan 15 ISO I To Fiiankkout County Superintendents Trustees nnd others Complaints nro reaching this olllco with increasing frequency that some agents for the sale of maps charts and other Illustrative apparatus aro giv Â¬ ing much offenso by misrepresentations through which they impose upon tho people nnd it becomes my duty to no- Â¬ tice the charges made that your atten- Â¬ tion may bedirccted to what ever abuses may renlly exist It is clear that there is somo ground for serious disaffection It is alleged I That somo men induce trustees to take their articles by declaring that the County Superintendent has adopted them for all his districts and that they cannot therefore legally buy any others J That they are exceedingly learned in tho law reading and expounding it and dwelling upon its penalties to the confusion of trustees who in soire In s ances are led to buysuperfluous things nnd more costly ones than are necessary and thus shamefully to increase the burdens of tho districts II That men having butnu insignificant part of tho required outfit succeed by misconstruing tho statute and gaibling such recommendations as they have ob tained in selling such incomplete outfit for about as much as a complete equip ment ought to cost Trustees are advisd to buy only those combinations or sets which fully meet the demands of the law To buy here a little and there a littlo will result in spending two three or four times too much money It is Important that County superin- Â¬ tendents guard themselves against being misquoted or misrepresented in this matter and that thoy protect their peo pie by warning them against those unscrupulous persons who nro fast bringing into odium not only the law but all the good and truo men engaged in tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M MEYER CO Buras Ky kHHHHhSHHBQI Chas B 0 T Skillman ALL KINDS OF ij hitttitH liellnis iiml n hl prii its And sometimes ho will even rondo cend to call even mo his friend We nre sorry to loso our Clifton cones pondeiit as he bos given up and has made a chiropodist of him self yet he mav let us know from time to time how ho is progressing in his new trade Oil Clifton Mills thousand lis ou who gives my breast tit- - p black-miith-in- g 1 INSURANCE AYE pains Can make inc feel each pissloti that our feigns Fnricc compose with more th111 magic art Willi pily and with terror you tear my heart HOBEN HARDINSBURG- nut Urovo KY El Â¬ How the Indian Prays Prayer is tho souls sincero desire unuttered or expressed And the man ner of expressing desiro may differ widely Tho Indian may bo as religious as is tho Presbyterian yet ho novor kneels when ho prays Ho novcr ad Â¬ dresses tho Deity by word of mouth nt all Yet ho asks for tho blessings ho needs and asks for them with as much faith and as much reverence as does his whiter brother Thoy want n good corn crop and they gather a handful of green twigs or grasses bind them together with n reverent faith that tho Deity Is willing nnd nblo to help them They lay tho emblems or hang them In n place whero tho sun will shine upon them nnd leave assured that their pray- Â¬ er has been heard It may not be an- Â¬ swered Tho corn may not prosper right away but thoy are in no wiso discouraged Thoy bind together another emblem nnd offer it in another place Some places have particular favor It is believed tho Deity sees them plnco them there belter than in somo other places It is simply tho Christians idea of sanc- Â¬ tuary in nnother form Self help Â¬ Â¬ known to havo been subsequently cured by Salvation Oil That is the reason why tho popular voice is practically unanimous in its favor 25 cents Short Sermons From The Westorn Recorder As mans light nnd oportunities meas OVERCOATS CLOTHING WINTER UNDERWEAR ALL WINTER GOODS VIRTUALLY PLACED ON THE Â¬ X Pure in her aim and In her temper mild Her whilom teems the weakness of a child Sbe makes excuses where the might condemn Itevlled by those who hate her prayers lor them Suspicion lurks not In her artless breast The worst suggested she believes the best Not soon provoked however slurred and teased And If perhaps nude angry soon appeased Sho rather waives than will dispue her right And Injured makes fnrglvness her delight jj About a year ago I took a violent I coughed day and tack of la grippe night for about six weeks my wifo then suggested that I try ChamWlains Cough Remedy At first I could see no differ- Â¬ ence but still kept taking it and soon If I found that it was what I needed got no relief from ono dose I took nn other nnd it was only a few days until I was free from the cough I think people in general ought to know tho value of this remedy and I take pleasuro in ac- Â¬ knowledging the benefit I have teceived from it Madison Mustard Otway Ohio 23 and CO cent bottles for sale by A H Meador Fsher Clovorport anil Witt Hardlnsburg druggists at- Â¬ Regrets the Death of Mr Jolly FAnnAOUT Iowa Jan BitECKKNninuK News tt i lt 1818 Khitou Dear Sir I saw in your valuablo paper tho announce- Â¬ OlWKUVlUI ment of the death of our friend nnd Stephensport Ky neighbor G P Jolly and wo take this plan of expressing our hcart feJt sympa crossing a railroad track you If when How an Editor Proposed At quick at teal I thy with the bereaved family und a train approaching at thirty miles 8c toothache Dear Miss Mildred wroto tho young get out of tho way as soon as Cures Immediately In ono mlnuto It cures ant friends an hour Dr Fcnners dolden Relief pain My wifo Joins mo in the family editor I find it impossible to tell you potsiblo Whon threatened with chronic It cures corns qnd felon and It also cures by word of mouth what I have bcon or catarrh take Ayers Sur bronchitis and consumption and tho troublo Is bereavement rheumatism Mas M L HoiniiNH they longing for months to say My tonguo saparllla persistently and jmtionty and not to got tas cures for nltjht follow Its use as It nerer disapsurely as tha day follows 0 W ROIIIIINB refuses to do tho bidding of my will will soon pass away the danger points bus the real difficulty Is bow to tell of when I am in your presence I am un Â¬ them without eiclttng ncrtdulity And It Is One Lady Says not to ba wondered at for there Is a wide chasm der tho necessity therefore of writing to A New Peach between acorn and a pulmonary consumpI havo been troubled for years with a you to tell you how inexpressibly dear tion Mr D I Talbot of ElizabethtowuKy Still It Is true and Dr Fencer has got Have had many doc- Â¬ to mo you have become und to ask if you know It Is hacking cough somehow to makti the people has originated a lute October peach that Oolden Relief a cure all r Well not exaotly tors and tried fifty cough cures I grew will consent to bo my wifo In replying Is pronounced by experienced horticul- Â¬ It Is known to cure on disease It Is a verita worse all tho time I tried PurksCOugh please bo brief omit the discussion of turists to bo the finest late peach on ble ipcclflo In It That disease Is Inixauma I Syrup and found immediate relief It unimportant topics and write only on It cures It wherever found Many dis earth It is a beautiful cling seedling txoh have Inflammation for their baso The Chicago Tri Â¬ eases begins at tho bottom of tho dlseaso and I ono side of tho sheet fine sjze and color and a mot delicious list Is loug It Includes corns and consumption know it is tho best cough remedy on tho bune eating peach Air Tiilbot hoa a small No Inflammation no corn No Inflammation number of trees now ready for st ttlng no consumption Isnt this the solution No market ltefer any sufferer to Mrs W which he ha reduced in price from one opiates or mineral poisons In It Sats and cerÂ¬ Beautiful Spring Now Wall Paper Fahey Le Roy N Y A H Fisher dollar to fifty cente each and Is ready to tain Never disappoints Money refunded If sat J Patterns at Babbagod order at Once sot given Take a bottle home to day druggist till Ufaouea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ure his responsibilities the neglect or abuse of them will proportionately en- Â¬ hance his guilt and punishment Thoy that have learned of tho Lord Jesus to bo lowly and humble of heart prfiot more by meditation nnd prayer than by reading and hearing St Aug Â¬ ustine Tho Rambler as ho often does hit up on n truth worth remembering when ho Somo troublo goes along with said every tiling woith hnvlng tho only way to be without troublo is to bo without nil thing that is worth the trouble Dr McLaren says truly that Christliko Self supness consists in two things pression nnd continual consciousness of Obedi- Â¬ opedienco to tho divine will ence to God was tho great character of our Lords life He camo to do tho will of his father in heaven We all wish often wo could change things nnd dream over the great good wo could do if we had abboluto power If wo had all of Gods power over men wo would be forced to havo infinite wis- Â¬ dom to guide a ml govern thnt power Ami if we had infinite wisdom wu would do exactly what infinite wis dom Is doing now Why then do we find fault and sigh to change things ac cording to the puttern on our thumb nail The Texas Baptist Standard has tho following to say Some good people feel that they have visited a terrible penalty on an editor if they tell him to stop my ptner Bnt they nro in error Tho ed- Â¬ itor Is utterly imporvious to nrgumont like that To loose a subscriber here and there Is tho prico of every decisive Intelli Â¬ statement on great questions gent people huvo long since quit discon- Â¬ tinuing thoir pa pom becauso they can Â¬ not agreo with tho editor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bargain Counter Can you stand idly by with money in your pockets and see such prices as we are making and not take them in chance of your life miss them We think not It is the The persistent cough which usually follows an nttack of tho grip can bo per- Â¬ Whatever you do dont manently cured by taking Chamber lains Cough Remedy W A McGuire La Grippe left of McKay Ohio says After using mo with a severe cough several different medicines without re llof I tried Chamberlains Cough Reme Â¬ dy which effected a permanent cure I have ulso found it to bo without an equal for children when troubled with 5 and 00 cent bottles colds or croup for sao by A It Fisher Cloverport and Kinchcloe Meador Co Hardlnsburg druggists Â¬ Come while the pot is boiling KAYE X HOBEN Competitors Puzzled Customers Amazed Novor were known to sell goods nt prices wo nro selling now Forming a Habit No effort is required to form n bad habit It forms Itself by mere repetition Unpleasant habits aro usually the result It of thoughtlessness In the beginning Is so with slang phrases forms of Bpeech nnd disagreeable mannerisms Any hab Â¬ it of word or manner once acquired is only broken by most persistent effort In things comparatively small and f regno nt ly practiced wo loso consciousness of what is done hence it is well nigh im Â¬ possible to break away from their habit Â¬ ual use The sao way is to commonco right and tho only suro method is to think about what Isto bo said or done If speech is golden wo cannot afford to let counterfeit words become current In accepting change wo look caiefully at tho five cent pieces and dimes as well as Words aro tho currency at other coins of communication and they should be fitly chosen as well as fitly Bpoken Good manners do not always insure up- Â¬ rightness but when assumed by tho vil- Â¬ lain thoy aro garments stolen from tho wardrobo of true gentility First of all tho heart should bo right thon proper habit of speech and manner should bo tho outward expression of true gentility Young Mens lra of tho soul BIGGEST CRASH Wo over hatl in reducing prices MUST OVERCOATS 750 for Overcoats worth 1500 GO 1 Prices will drive them 1000 A good speculation for anyone If you dont need them present it will pay you to lay them tisido until next season First cotne first served Como early to avoid tho rush 498 448 348 248 650 1800 1250 1000 900 700 500 i at The Cash Bargain Store Geo Yeakel Co BRANDENBURG KY ij- - THH BREGKRNRIDGE Tho lepubllcan County Committco has been called to meet hero beforo the WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1891 great mass convention assembles What does it mean V 0 BkUtgt Editors and Proprletn Jno D Mr Daniel It Ilayncs living in tho neighborhood of Gnrfleld has been con V T Ioctil Tlmo Curd I St I fined to his homo for several months 0 48 am Mall and Express going Kait with a d I eased foot West -- 10 5o am 524 pm Eait There is n large amount of timber Kip ess 928 pm scattered all along down the Ilrnnch to West 1147 am Eait uoeai rght As soon as tho weather Wait - 92V am Fordsvllle opens tho road will do a heavy business Mr James Brewington nged eighty FOR COUNTY JUDGE flvo years died nt his home near this are authorlieil to announct J W JAJt for KKTT of Stephen spott as a candidate plnco last week Mrs Kdmond Ilaynes County Judee of llreckenrl te county subject to living near Garfield nged 71 died there Ihe action of the Democratic party last week are authorlted to announce J mice J A MUltll A Vai a candidate for County liulRe Wash Duncan colored was arrested of of Ilreckenrldife county lubjcct to the action me ieniocraiic pariy hero on tho streets last Saturday by jail- Â¬ er Stuart DeJernette and lodged in jail to announce Cnpt WIL a candidate WK are authorisediubject to the a action of the Duncan broko jail nt Hartford Ky AIIL of Clovcrport fur County indue Itepubtican Contention February nth sometime ago ttrn are authorlted to announce KLIJAII There was a big ico harvest hero last IIOAHUaan candidate for County Judge Saturday All the houses wcro filled tubject to the action of the Democratic party Arch Goodman proposes to supply thu announce IOSK1MI M are authorized to town next mi miner Ho dug a large MULLICN a a candidate lor County Judge tubject to the action of the Democratic party pond last fall and built a largo ice house I1AIJV IirKare authorlted to announceCountyO Judge - and when he fills his Iioums he thinks he HAUKaa a candidate for will have enough ico to supply every- Â¬ Democratic party subject to the action of the -Â¬ NBSlWS GLOYRRPORT KY Revival at Holt Itev Shelly is holding a very successHo hns ful revival nt Holts Chnpel had a full attendance from tlio start and the Interest is In keeping witlt tlio attendance Bro Shelly is very popular with all classes and the pcoplo are all Interested in his uietlng and lending all tho assistance they can in good work for that community Isst Sunday nt both the morning nnd t veiling services his eongn gallons wire largo and have been so during tlio week There have been nine additions to tho church and live conversions A Sunday School has been organized with foity flvo members witli tho fol- Â¬ lowing Ulcers and teachers Win A Jos C Stuatt Smith Supetintcndent Assistant Jt sso Tinlus St cyj Miss Tin ius Treasurer Miss Brook Tinlup organ- Â¬ ist Teachers Mesdames L I Addison Emma White J A Heston J C Tinius ami Itosa Hanks Â¬ Breckenridge News GOOD EYE THE 8ESATK This Loglslaturo Soems to Havo Tho Welfaro of tho Pooplo Ever in Sight Wednesday Jan 21 Not much of importance was transacted in tho Senate to day Somo now bills were submitted nnd n few motions to reconsider bills whlcli had already been acted upoi took up tho time Most all such motions were voted down THE HOUSE YOUNG AT T AND short and talllarge and one and KJ XJXJ small all can be fitted in our immense stock of K tiri -- FOR COUNTY CLERK are authorlted to announce It C HICII AllDSUN of Union htaras a candidate for Â¬ County Court Clerk ol llrcckcnrldee county sub ject to the action of the Democratic patty are authorlted to announce JKSSK II a candl Jaic for I Kit of Cloverpjrt a County Court Clerk of llreckenrldgc county sub Democratic party ject to the action of the body Judge Mercer went to Owensboro last week to look after the mandamus which nailssued from the Federal Court agalnet tho tax districts in the railroad suit Judge Uarr agreed to set the matter over until tho twelfth of Mnrch Jly that time it is supposed that the cuso now be- Â¬ to announce TAYlOll WK are authorlted ut liardlnsburgat a candidate for fore tho United itati s District Court County Court Clerk of llrcckeuridge county ab will havcbeen decided which may have ject to the action ol the Hepubllcan Convention some beating on tho matter February lath There is to be fcomo changes in the llnanJln annniinrr I A N Iv A IIKAV1N ol the Lloeriort District as a hotels hero within n fow weeks James Payne nnd his s in Irwin will tako charge ridge County subject to the action ol the Demo cullc party of tho Ilardin diurg Hotel iometinio in K are nuihnrited to announce I OWKN W CUXNINOIIAM of Mephennport as a march Mr Jehho Whitworth who has nnitririiiiniv iriirt ttLrk ol llticken- - been running it for sometime having ridge County subject to the action ol the It t pub concluded not to continue in tho busi Â¬ I lean Convention 1t bruary 13 ness any longer Mr Mattingly who are authorized to announce JOHN K has had charge of the llanibleton House MONAItCIIof llardlnsburg as a candl date for re election to the office of County Court will go back to his farm near Sample and Clerk of Ilreckcnrlilge County subject to t Inaction ol the Democratic party that house will be run by W II Hardin lirlt arc authorlted to announce JOHN II and his brother David Mr Hardin will Y llKKIKIt as a candidate for County Court move his family grocery tltero and run it Clerk subject to the action ol the Democratic party in connection with the hotel FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Tho following transfers of real proper- Â¬ arc authorlted to announce IIKNUV C lirRJAHNKltol Hudson as a Candidate for ty were put to record in the County Clerks ollice last week John Alexand A cisor subject to the action ol the Dcmoiralic party Deputies Mr Ludwell Ailklsson Me er to Leo Meyer four lots in llardlns Â¬ and Itobert Owen Hock Vulc pheusport burg nnd curtain personal property conFOR JAILER sideration SI 7o0 Solomon Stilwell to to announce MILT ON M WK are authorlted llardlnsburg District as aÂ¬ Patrick Mnstersou 13 acres of land on of the candidate for Jallerol llieckeuriilge county subSinking Creek consideration 000 F ject to the action of the Democratic parly K Miotics sheriff deed to Jesse C Shaw WILLIAM It WKare authorized toannouncc a candidate for for interest of lien Huffs heirs tofcertain V of Cloverport as Jailer subject to the action of the Democratic land near Clifton Mills Sarah Jane Pfty Gnrdner to A M Kincheloc lot on are authorized to announce J SCO I I Main street in llardlnsburg consideraMOIt ION of Itock Iickasaciiidldate for of llreckenrldgc county sutijeit to the tion 500 John II Mattingly to John Jailer action of the Democratic party II Skillmau three acres consideration Â¬ WK w 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for Jailer action of the Democratic party llreckcnrldge County announce riM rtiitlinrlffl a caididate W LYONS llreckenrldgcIncount assubjectIKTKK of ittephentport to me of 150 lir K are authorized to announce V DeJKItNKrTKasacandidalc J STITAHT HANCOCK Not Much POLITICS Wtty the Democratic party subject to the action of forjailerof Stir Down That county party announce authorized lirK arecandidate forto Jailer of WM I A ONS llreckenrldgc as a subject to the action of the Democraur But Things Seems to Be Democratic People Are Satisfied With Their and They Will Re Elf ct Them Down in Hancock county the scramble for county olliees has not yet developed to any alarming extent Theio are very few if any announcements as yet There seems to be a feeling of general satisfaction among Democrats that the present incumbents have done their duty made gootl and elliclentoflicers ami entitled to an endorhument if they so desire Judge W W Taber lien H loindex FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY arc authorized to annonnce Judge MIL HOA it D of llardlnsburg as a candi date for reelection to the ollice of County At torney of llreckcnridge County subject to the action of the Democratic parly JUS to announce lire authorized or Cloverport as a candidate for Attrrney of llreckcnridge County sub- Â¬ County ject to the action of the Democratic party WK WK Officers County Attorney subject to the action of theÂ¬ Hepubllcan Convention to be held in llardlnsburg on Monday l cbruary u iN to announce JKSSK It ir llirdlnthurc as a Candi Attorney of llreckcnridge coun Â¬ date for County ty subject to the action of the Hepubllcan Con VI- vention I euruiiry are authorized It N MILlrK arc authorlted to announce candidate forLllt of Cloverport as Â¬ w lkltllCK oflleials while they have made no pub- Â¬ lic aniioucemrnts it is generally under The date on the label of your paper shows to stood Jlint they will stand for re election what time you have paid It serves a a receipt on tho Democratic ticket and that they If proper credit has not been given within two will have no opposition in tho primary or thoec weeks from time of payment notify us They are all uood men popular with tho people and havo made splendid records HARDINSBURG in the discharge of their official duties Judge Tabors record as County Judge W TIME TABLE L H has been especially good and his admin- Â¬ OOINO WKST of the countys financial affairs Passenger Daily arr Ilardlniburgl212 pm istration has been the best most economical and 011110 KABT Paiiengsr Daily arr llarJimburg 740 a in conservative tho county has had in a number of years Ho has saved for the Xt 15 Iliinlin is lioiulqiuirlerd for gro county tax payors some 1500 a year cerius in tho way of expenses and at tho same Leo Itisliop lins with drawn from tlio time Kept up tho general improvements jailers race such as gootl roads and bridges so thai Go to Julian Urownti confectionery for they are now in it better condition than they ever were beforo Taxes have also ten cent lunch Â¬ SIX PAGES ter and Fd Kelly tho present county Mr Thomas Davenport the picture man is in town was James F Jarboe Mooleyvilli hero last Saturday Fresh pics and cakes daily tit Kreem ers the city baker Tako your product to V 11 Hardin when you como to town Ginger ale cider poji c at Julian Browns the confectioner The best brand of cigars and chewing tobacco at Julian Ilrowns Any one- wanting a good young horse cheap should call on T C Lewis Kemember that you can get fresh bread every day in tho week at Krecmcrs tho baker Mrs ltutledgo who has been visiting friends at Mt Washington returned homo last wcok Amos Hoard wants to mako thu race for Constable in this district Zack Car wilo is also a candidate Mrs II L Duncan who has been visit Â¬ ing Mrs V Daniel returned to her homo in Cloverport last week Mr Klisha Simmons is quito ill at his Mr Simmons is one homo in Garfield of the oldest men In tho place Mr Henry Shrewsberry is a candidate for Constable in this district subject to tho action of tho Democratic party ono Tho new seats for thu llardlnsburg There is no talk of a primary Tho Collego woro put In placo last Suturday feeling among Democrats is that it should The spring session opened last Monday bo put oil as long as possible Gen Wat Hardin is tho popular can Â¬ didate for Governor Ho has a number Keedlog ft tonic or children that want building up should tako of warmout spoken friends inHawesvillo BKOIVnh IIUIW UITTKIIS euiw It U tvlen to take All Malaria p lnllc who will stand by him to the end It tfetia Wllvwoew been reduced County orders which were selling at a discount of 12 to 15 per cent when ho first went into ollice aro now readily cashed at a discount of 0 This etato of affairs is all duo per cent to Mr Tubers splendid business tjualill cation nnd to his ability to apply them to public allairs as well as to his own private business Tho Judge is not a licensed lawyer hut his decisions on tho bench havo all been fair and havo given general tatis faction lie has a clear mind nnd when It comes to dealing out justice to his fel lowinen from tho bench ho endeavors to do so impartially If tho Judge consents to luako tho race for ro clection ho will havo no opposition in the primary Hen 1olntlexter will bo in tho race for County Clerk when tho timo comes and will havo no opposition in tho primary Hen is n good olllcer a clover fellow and Is universally popular witlt all classes lM Kelly has also made a splendid re Â¬ cord as County Attorney ami if ho wants it some more the disposition is general that ho can havo it for tho asking Tho only contest yet developed beforo tho primary is for the ofllco of shorifl A 1N Chambers tho present doputy is an announced candidate and so Is Oscar Madden of Iaiwisport Both of these gentlemen aro popular sterling Democrats and tho race promises to bo a warm Â¬ Wednesday Jan 21 In tint House to day was tho most lively session that A Move Made to Extend tho Term had yet been held tho first genuine fil Tho disputo ibustering balng done More Than Sixty Days in canto up over the bill proviJing for the abolishment of tho Sltto Itoard of Equal- Future Legislatures izttlun Those who opposed tho bill knew that and tliey were greatly outnumbered A NEW SUNDAY LAW they resorted to filibustering to prevent its coming to a final vote Many motions to adjourn nnd olhr filibustering meas Â¬ Special FitANKtoiiT Ky Jan 22 ures wcro resorttd to that timo might b The bill reducing tho tax from 42J to killed but theso were nil voted down 40 cents was killed in the Senate to day At last tho minority got to tho end of Its Tho debate was long nnd hitter some disturbing rope and tho vote on the bill strong langungo being used on both was taken resulting In Its passage by 01 sides Tho vote stood li to 15 to 20 Another hot fight was had overthcbill The bill pertaining t weights and to deduct from the total valuation of measures was passed Ono provision of land all unpaid notes secured by this bill is of much In ten st to tho farm Â¬ mortgage on tho land in aseasing Bald er as it providts that 08 instead of 70 land for taxation It was argued that It pounds of corn hi the ear shall mako a was double taxation and an unjust bur Â¬ buhcl den for a man to bo taxed for all the Tho bill prohibiting tho playing of land when ho had paid for nnd owned b iso ball on Sunday was reported ad- Â¬ hut half of It Tho holder of the land versely by tho committee but it was notes and mortgago is also taxed on ordered to a second reading by a vote of them and thus two taxes aro levied on 42 to 31 notwithstanding tlu report of the same valuation Tho bill however tho Committee was defeated by a vote of 15 for to 1 1 Mr Charltons bill for tho protection against of union labor labels was reported favor- Â¬ TIIK IIOUHU ably by tho Committee Monday Jan 22 Tho bill which was In a joint session Mrs Mary B Day intended to destroy priority in attaching was elected State Librarian over Mrs creditors was refused a second reading Georgia Shelton by n vote of 01 to 31 Tho bill to reduce taxation was first reE M S fused a second reading and then recalled and ordered printed HUES RUN Tho bill to repeal tho section of the Prayer meeting is nil tho go pharmacy law which exempts druggists in towns of a population of 1000 or under The snow was quito a surprise from being compelled to havo diplomas School closed at Persimmon Hat last was killed by a vote of 5 for to 5 against Friday T1IK SENATE The health of this neighborhood is Tuesday Jan 25 Both lousi s were tolerably good crowded witlt work to day and a Mr Joo Smart sold 100 bushels of largo amount was disposed of Floven new bills were Introduced in tiic Senate wheat last week Little Manpio Elder has beeti very A largo number of bills were reported by the committees most of them adversely sick for a few days Senator Goodloo introduced a resolu Ed Greenwood was tho guest of Miss tiou looking to tho extentionof the sixty Desdo Elder Sunday days session for future Legislatures Tho man that rides the gray horse got This will be an amendment to thu Con left last Sunday night stitution nnd will havo to bo voted on Miss Ida Waggoner spent Sunday by the people Senators Weissinger with her grand mother Goodlou Tyler and 11 L Martin were Willio Hawkins who hns been sick for made a committee to draft tho bill Though this matter has b en discussed so long is yet no better Charlie Mattingly has a pair of mules extensively at hotels on the streets and in tho lobbies this is the first timo that it for which he paid 225 has been mentioned in the body of legis Ben Batss went to tho mountains to lators see his best girl Sunday Senator Dyehis introduced a bill which Mr Alex Hall was the euest of Miss provides a punishment of six months Faunio Bowman Sunday confinement in thu penitentiary for car Mr Jim Smith and family spent Sun rying a concealed deadly weapon day witlt D L Johnson Goebel Introduced itblllwhicl Senator Miss Ella Waggoner was the guest of regulates tho amount of toll charged on requires that month Miss Annie Carney last week turnpike roads and Mr But Bates and Mss Maggio Tin ly reports bo made of tho business A bill was introduced which increases ius attended church here Sunday Ben Bates has been breaking a colt tho number of persons who may derive for JoeSmart Had good success benefits from tho A nnd M College Miss Mottle Mattingly is spending a Senator liny wards bill which provides a punishment of confinement in the pen- few weeks with friends iti Meade county There will be preaching nt this placo itentiary for from ono to flvo years any person who throws stones or other mis on Saturday befurc tho third Sunday in siles or shoots into a railroad pisscngcr 1 ebruary Tho lady that lost her shoo In cls tho train passed the Senate day ofthe baptl Ing hns a hard time this TIIK IlOLSli slick weather Tuesday Jan 211 Mr Blair introduc Messro Charlie and Itichnrd Hawkins ed a bill providing for a Board of Public were the guctts of Misses Lulaand Viola Works shall consist of three mem It Chnpiu Sunday night bers and they shall bo appointed by tho Mies Nannie Johnson has been sick Governor by nnd with the consent of for somo time with rheumatism but is the Senate holding their ofllco fur a term better at this writing of four years with an annual salary of Misses Jennio Blako and Iuln Wheat Tho board shall havo 2000 each ly and Leo Elder spent Sunday with charge of all tho penitentiaries and c6n Miss Annie Mattingly victsin Kentucky and of lunatic asylums Mr Green Johnson of Greenfield and shall appoint all Wardens and Su Â¬ Intl has been visiting his brother Sam perintendents therefor The board shall Johnson for the last two weeks nlso bo authorized to contract convict If they would work tho road running hire Tho bill contemplates tho con- from the piko up by Sam Butdetts it struction of the Kentucky railroad from would bo n good thing for part of tho Pound Gap through Ixiuisvillo to Hick- Â¬ country man and provides for convict labor on its I lev Argabright filled his regulnr apconstruction if such road is begun within pointment hero Saturday and Sunday two years with good attendance nnd three addi- Â¬ Mr Beckner introduced a bill creating tions to the church n commission to bo Instructed to select n Masttrs Ed nnd Nut Johnson oi Per Â¬ site and recommend a plan for now simmon Flat spent Saturdoy nnd Sun State buildings Tho bill recommends day with their grand parents Mr and that Messrs S B Buckner Henry Wat Mrs Samuel Johnson terson J Proctor Knctt James H Hind Somo people think that there Is going man C J Bronston W O Bradloy to bo a wedding in our midst soon and James Clay John W Caldwell nnd V you might know who it will bo If you II Holt bo appointed as the commis dont just stop nnd think a moment nnd sioners you will know They nro making prepaA bill was introduced which provides rations to raieo a largo crop this year and that the Railroad Commission shall be they live in tho mountains given tho power to classify freight and fix tho freight ratts in this state Getting Up In The World Tho bill which attempted to repeal the A A Watklns and II W Cole for- Â¬ separato each law was defeated by a merly with Whtto DavN nro prepar vote of 01 to 22 against advancing it to a ing to opon a hat and mens furnishing second reading store in Pueblo Col Tho establishment Tho bill which offered a premium for will bo known as tho Haberdasher tho scalps of foxis wildcats and wolves New York Clothiers and Haberdashers camo up as a special order and was de Â¬ Weekly feated by a vote of 12 to SO Tho House Mr Watklns is a Cloverport boy and grow funny over thu discussion of this it is with pleasure that wo notice tho bill Tho mountain Representatives evidences of his prosperity in his adopt- Â¬ claimed that these varments were very ed Western homo destructive to crops in their sections Harrison Robertson of the Courier whilo tho Blucgras ors nnd Pennyroyals claimed that tho bill might encourage Journal staff who wrote How tho tlo starting of fox ami wolf farms for tho Derby Was Won for Scrlbncrs Maga Â¬ purpose of breeding them for thoirscalps zine some tlmo ago which stcry by tho ami that tho bill was also a dangerous way tho Scribners havo esteemed so highly as to include it in their volume of Why down In my country precedent has a story in Stories of the South sai I J r Weaver tho killing of a tobac Â¬ co worm is worth a dollar to tho tobacco tho February number of the Southern Mr Robertson calls tho grower ami wo might bo asked by these Magazine growors to offer n premium for tho kill- story Tho Courtship of Calo Sublett ing of worms ami In it draws skillfully and humor- Â¬ The bill giving counties audi citizens ously certain types of thu Blue Grass certain privileges on the land of othors Country about Lexington for tho purpose of cutting away tho Without tho means at hand for com trees aflllcted with black knot was batinir It a cold may nrovo more dan pasbt d Tho bill is intended to prevent the spread of black knot among fruit gerous than tho small pox No family Is safe unless jirovlucu tor such an trees regulating tho amount which emergency In sudden attacks of cold Tho bill an individual can borrow from banks was croup asthma etc Ayers Cherry Pec toral Is an Invaluable specific Mllcd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Louisville made Clothing for Men and Bovs Our own make Clothing has these great advantages over any other make The cloth is carefully selected for our own special trade it is cut by our regular custom cutters made by our regular custom tailors under our own supervision It is honest and reliable and good See our great assortment of CON- -- X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An Eye to Business Tho Lewis Brothers are tho only citi zens of Clovcrport who havo not Eet down and held their hands during thu alleged hard times waiting for something to turn up They Jiavo improved tlio timo of short business by building n new Third Stiect Planing Mill The building is n large one two stories high nnd is now almost finished All tho machinery will bo placed on tho second floor while the first floor will be used for storing sash doors blinds nnd finishing lumber There will not bo another establishment nnd of the kind between Louisvillo Evansvilloas completely fitted as this and it is quite a beneficial addition to the Industries of this little city Tho proprietors have shown good business judgment by improving this opportune time in preparing for tho good days Hint aro sure to follow Would thnt Clover- Â¬ port contained many more such men FIRMATION SUITS JULIUS WINTER Corner Third and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY C0 50000 FRUIT TREES AT THE EKRON NURSERY THE MIKADO The Cloverport Dramatic Company Gives Two Delightful Enter- Â¬ tainments Tho Cloverport Dramatic Company Sullivans comic presented Gilbtrt opera tho Mikado Monday night and Inst night at Bed Front Hali to largo and admiring audiences This company is composed entirely of Cloverport talent and their creditable presentntibn of Mikado proves that they arc far superior to many of tlio traveling troups that occasionally give us a call Mr M S Whitford as Mikado de serves especial mention for the natural dignity which ho put into that difficult part O T Sklllman as Nanki Pooh was good 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 hard times prices- All stock guaranteed as Correspondence and patronage represented - FOR 1804 3 solicited Massey Frymire EKRON KY w t Fred Utting as Ko Ko could not have been beaten by a professional His part was a difficult ono and his ncting was near perfection Charles Moorman as Poo Bali showed his natural talent for such work Miss LaFoyctto LalKist as Yum Yum had a character in which slio could show her natural and acquired accomplish ments tier faino as a warbler is notcon fined to her homo Miss Jennio Wnrfield as Petti Sing could not lutve Leon pnsetited bitter Mrs it 13 Moorman as Peep Bo had a part that suited her admirably Mrs Anient its Kntisha presented her part so splendidly that she received the admiration and applauscof thu audience As accompanists Miss Mablo White and Miss Lula Owen rendered able as- Â¬ sistance The chorus singers all did well and tho wliolo affair was very amusing nnd Let us have many and entertaining more such PROGRAM Dedicatory exercises of Brcckeuridgo Normal Collego to bo held at tho Court House in llardlnsburg Ky February 22 1804 at 7 oclock p in I HAWLEYS tittle Cyclone Clothes Wagher A perfect wonder and a joy to every household making wash day one of pleasure instead of dread and drudgery which thousonds of mothers will testify to all along tho line Positively the Best and Cheapest Washer ever offered to the Pubiic for the following reasons FIRST It is tho most durable SECOND It requires less labor THIRD It will do a greater variety of work FOURTH It will do the samo amounl of work in less timo than any other without wearing the clothes or fulling or shrinking tho flannel It is less cumbcrsomo weighing only two pounds Tho principal feature of this Washer is in forcing tho hot water and suds through the clothes by compressed air THE PRICE OF THIS WASHER IS ONLY 300 THUS PLACING IT WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY FAMILY P S BELL Agent JJreckcnridge Co Clovcrport Ky i J 4 5 6 7 Sing O Heavens and chorus bcjoyfiil O cirtli S Wcley Martin Address on the put of the acuity J It Kskridgc Music Qjilnteite VW P Mtrldge Dedicatory address UK Woods Ardltl Music solo magnetic waltz song Address on the part of the cittiens JuoI Haswcll jr Music chorus O hull us ye Free from verdls opera Erminl Music Dont Forget For anything in Jewelry Silverware Clocks Watches Spectacles Gold SilÂ¬ Admittance free vited All aro cordially in- Â¬ foe3 s At a Bargain to the right man the Old Itcliablo lb Clifton Mill Good etuio dara everlasting power All in and doing a good business first class ordor For particular address or apply to J W CARY Clifton Mills Ky FEMME SOLE On Petition and Knuna Claycomb Notice ls hereby irlvcn that the above named loci Clajcpuib and Hmma Claycnmb his wile lavo this dav tiled In inv ollice their lolnt netlilon In Hqulty pravlnir that the said ICinma Claycomb be authorlicd by decree if this court and there hy empowered to use enjoy sell ana convey inr ner own uencni any real or ersnnal nroncriv she may own or hereafter acquire from meciaini or debts of her said husband to make contracts sue ami be sued as a -- Initio woman and trade In her own name and to dispose of her said property by will or deed or otherwise Notice whereof Is hereby ordered to be made by publication In the Uhkckknhidok News for ten days Given upder my hand as Clerk of the Ilreckcn- Â¬ rlilge Circuit Court this January 16th lfv II S SKIIIMAN Clerk llreckenrldgc Circuit Court Joel Claycomb ver Steel and Aloy also Sewing Ma- Â¬ chine Findings fine Umbrellas Canes Findings for Musical Instruments and repairs done on same Sheet Music Books Instructors of all classes the best cheapest and most popular Instru- Â¬ ments from a Harp to a Piano And dont you forget Ilrcckonrldiro Circuit Court T C LEWIS HARDINSBURG COS KENTUCKY JL Is TnE Flaoe V- SAML RAY R0DEHT V I1AUK - All Correspondence Strictly Confidential PARK REMEDY CO lesten Mass will reduce your weight PEHMANKNTIV from II to 15 poundsa mnnlh M STAUVINU sickness nr Injury t NO IUII IICITV They build up the health and beautl fy the complexion le ivlnir NO WUIMKIKS or lUbblntss STOUT AM10M1NK and dllhcull breathing surely relieved NO IjXlDltlMIiNT but a scientlric and positive relief adopted only All orders supplied after years of experience Price f lOft per package direct from our office or three ruckage for fc00 by mail postpaid Testimonials and particulars sealed lets FAT PEOPLE Park Ohisitv Pilli O- - IB- - vrZ3IIE3E3I IBIS WITH -- Crescent -- - Tobacco CO - Warehouse KY RAY Eighth and Main Streets from 803 to 811- - Proprietors t rTTICIT I I LUUloYlLLil With Auction and Private Sales Dally and Storage Foui Months Freq THEX BRRGKMRIDGR NRWS GLOYRRPORT KV Â¬ Siiinf ire attWtt a An American Story Full of the Romanca h A STRANGE and Mystery of the East WEIRD FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE AND HATE TOLD IN ANOV EL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF EXCITING SITUATIONS Full of Virility and Dramatic Power Stiring and Effective Charming and Exciting THE READER FEELS THAT HE IS MORE THAN A SPECTATOR THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn HVMMMS OF A My brother known moro about gyp Â¬ IIo onco lived sies than I do ho wild a tu among them for several mouths If you CIIAlMKlt I Dr Irink Mulmvnrln dentnnd recluse lives on the family estates at nro interested in them you might learn CedarclllTe with tits mother and eldest brother much from him John Another brother Henry Is roving abroad Ho has lived among them sho ex- Â¬ The Mulnwatlngs ure Americanised English claimed IIo never told me bo And I people and the estate with an Income of fooyxxi thought sho ndded with what seemed a year Is subject to the laws of primogeniture tho lightest intonation of irony thntho II MlssSlnfire Forestal a hitherto unheard of had told mo nil ho knew niece of Mrs Malnwarlng arrives at Ccdarcllfle Poor John This did not promiso well from Kngland bringing a letter from her lather written on his deathbed and committing the girl for the chances of Sinflro becoming Mrs Slnflre to the care of his American relatives was reared In ndla Ill Sli lire bitrasa deep Interest in the ab Â¬ sent Henry Mulnwailng and John becomes In- Â¬ An nccl fatuated wtith his beautjlul cousin dent reveals tq Dr Krank Malnwarlng that John has the heart disease and the ownership of IV CedarclllTe may change at any moment Slnfire becomes a mystery in the Malnwarlng household John makes a confidant of Frank and acknowledges his love for her He declares that lie will shoot any rival who thwarts him and asks Franks aid in finding out whether her heart Is free or otherwise f -- A v i V - X The Hotels diotl away tho toumril left tho players lips nml Sapruni sank nerve Â¬ less on the Indian carpet Then with gentle caressing tones ho spoko to her und drew her toward him with his hands Sho yielded herself obedient aud droop- Â¬ ing Ho lifted her nnd laid her softly about his neck Her chilly coils touched his cheek und her head drowsy und dead- Â¬ ly hung down upon his forehead Tho charmer turned to his visitor looked in During this sceno her oyes undsmiled ehe had neither spoken nor moved Sho still leaned forward with clasped hands and gazo intent But us tho spell of tho incantation sub Â¬ sided sho drew a deep breath answered his smiloiuid murmured Yes you have conquerod death t You most often havo G fin stranger sights in India said ho carefully un- Â¬ winding tho somnolent cobri from his neck Tho masters of tho art aro there I am art amateur only nnd self taught Such power cannot bo taught re- plied tho girl You were bom Saprania master and sho recognizes you But I can delegato tho power said Saprani is tho friend of nil tho other who nro friends to mo Is sho my friend asked tho girl in a low voice That is known to yoa bettor than to mo was tho roply Sho throw back her silken shawl and Btrotching out her firm round arm laid her hand unhesitatingly upon Sapranis folds as sho lay in her masters nrms But tho queen of serpents was not fo deop in slumber or in apathy as sho seemed At tho touch of that slender hand it strong quiver ran through her as a woman might shuddef nt tho con- Â¬ tact of something she feared or hated But with Saprani to hato was to resent Swiftly as tho oyo could follow tho move- Â¬ ment her black neck roso and drew back and was launched forward again at Sin firos unprotected bosom But swifter yet was tho movomont of tho charmers hand which caught tho an Â¬ gry cobra just below tho head and with- Â¬ hold tho fatal stroke Tho nest moment Saprani was in her cage and tho screen of glass had slid Into its place Then the chartaor returned to his visitor Sho had risen to her feet As ho camo toward her sho laughed lightly but laid lior hand over her heart You were not touched ho risked quickly No but in that moment I made n long journey away nnd back again Death is aremoto country to bosonearl Well Saprani does not seem to boliovo in our friendship Cousin Frank I will not ask you to forgive hor I need all your forgiveness for myself for having exposed you to such a danger You saved my life and Hfo Is per Â¬ haps tho most formidable of dangers sho replied smiling again But I thank you nono tho less And Saprani is n su Â¬ perb creature I bear her no grudge -- Sho is jeulous of her master Sho has shown that I am not her master I shall not nee 1 tho hint a sec Â¬ ond time Perhaps sho perceives somo harm to you in ouruequaintanco which you and I nro still unconscious of They aro mys- Â¬ terious beings sorpeSitsI Nothing but good can comefrom you to me BInflro though you aro more mysterious than Saprani I inysterioifs Oh Cousin Frank you wish to make game of mo You aro a mystery from your namo onward ho repeated taking her hands You aro in his and looking in her oyes no cousin of mine Your nucestors hud been civilized a thousand years when ours wore eating shellfish and shooting flint arrows on tho lagoons of Europo I speak an a scientific man as an ethnolo- Â¬ gist and a physiognomist Sinflro you aro n gypsy I As ho said the last words tho man of eclonco felt the pulso leap in her deli- Â¬ cate wrists Thcso organic symptoms cannot cosily be controlled though on the other hand nothing is easier than to misinterpret them She instantly laugh You aro a wizard t I havo ul and said ways thought there must bo Romany blood in mo And I can tell fortunes There was no trnniop in her voice nor did the color deepen in her cheeks But the wizard rwolYed to try hli Inck once wore Mainwarlug But this nsuranco that wealth and ambition were not what Sinflro sought only tended to substantiate tho theory that was doubtfully taking form iu tho wizards mind IIo now pro- Â¬ ceeded to spring lth trap perceiving that ho should take hor wholly nt unawares Wo aro not speaking of the same per- Â¬ son ho said I expect him here in a few days You expect whom My brother Henry Main waring Ah said Sinflro In u low tone But her bauds turned cold nnd slipped from her companions clasp After nil I am still iu doubt But henceforth who shall tluro uflirm that Dr Frank Mainwaring is not romantic Â¬ CHAPTER VI self imagined When I told Sinflro three days since that I expected Henry to bo hero in a few days I told her a whito fib at least I ex pected him no moro than I havo done any timo during tho last threo or tour years Ho might come of contsa but tin chances wero about 10000 to 1 that hi would not The truth is I was merely trying nn experiment Various moro or less vaguo indications Bomo of them trifles light us air had suggested to my mind the notion that Sinflro and Henry had already met perhaps in India and that their inectinghad not been without an effect upon them both What sort of an effect I cannot pretend to say But taking into consideration Sinfiros beauty and Henrys incorrigible susceptibility nnd the power of fascination of both of them It did not seem altogether unlikely that they might havo fallen desperately in lovo with each other So far so good there would bo no particular harm done It wa3 the sequel that was questionable for if it wero prob ablo that thoy had como togother it was certain that they wero together no long- Â¬ er They had separated nnd tho ficklo noss of Henrys disposition madome sur miso that Sinflro had not been tho one to blame In other word I feared that ho had abandoned hor Whether his wrong had stopped thcro I had no means of knowing I could only hopo aud bo Â¬ liovo In lack of proof to tho contrary that ho had not shown himself a villain Yet tiiero was that in Sinflros bearing assuming my theory to havo eomo fou- Â¬ ndationthat seemed to point to an exÂ¬ perience much deeper nnd moro tragic than tho mcro jilting of a handeomogirl by n thoughtless fellow Her misfortuno if sho had been unfor tnnato nt all could havo been no trivial one Her solf possession her reserve tho very transparency so to call it of hor expression which llko the transparent sky concealed within its depths all mys- Â¬ teries these things and still moro her abrupt and pructicnlly unexplained ap Â¬ pearance nmong us impressed mo ns testimony to her being tho victim but not tho resigned victim of somo grave Injus- Â¬ tice Sho purposed to right herself or if that could not bo to nvongo herself and to that cud had sho come to CedarcliiTe Such was my lino of argument And tlroro was uomethlng moro I did not boliovo that Sinflro was tho daughter of my uncle I believed her to bo of gypsy blood now sho camo to know anything of my unclos affairs and how sho camo by his lottcr I could only conjecture but tho problem was not insoluble It was harder to account for her cultiva- Â¬ tion her perfoct manners and her famil- Â¬ iarity with tho ways of society but great natural tact aud intelligence joined to an unfaltering purposo can accomplish miracles and moreover thero might bo and indeed must bo circumstances In her past life of which I know nothing at presont that would partly explain it Still thero is an enigma hero that I dont pretend to fathom But lot us recapitu- Â¬ late the situation as I conceive it at pres Â¬ ent Slnflre is a gypsy who at some timo in some way has been brought into relations with polite soclotyand learned its ways Either before or aftor thU timo bIio met my brother Henry and they fell in love with each other After the affair had gono a certain length bo it more or less Henry deserted her Hor acquaintance with him had brought her into contact with my uncle whom Hen- Â¬ ry perhaps was staying with After Honry left hor she attached herself to my uncle ho being childless or having lost his children and a widower and won his confidence At his death ho loft her what small property he had aud gavo her tho lettcr which she brought to us ho being prompted thereto let us any by a knowl Â¬ edge of the wrong done her and n desire to see it righted She came to us ex- Â¬ pecting that booner or later Henry would return und that she would theu be nblo to force him to cowq to terras either to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I nm moro of a wizard than I had myÂ¬ mnrry her or tu account to her in somo uinniitr She would even bo riptblo of stabbing him through tho hntit if it should como to that Such wan tho iu pect of my theory nt tho timo of our interview iu tho laboratory Tint result of that interview ho far iu it had any result was to confirm mo in tho leading points of my theory that nho was it gvpy and that Henry win no otrnngcr to Iit It win not conclusive but it was certainly not contradictory of these hypothoses It would involvo tho disappointment of Johns hopes and lt would complicate my owu attitude to Â¬ ward Sinflre Oiurht I to expose her na nn nil venturers No For two reasons first tlmt It tauot absolutely certain that sho Is one secondly that even If she bo nil I imagino sho still lias human rights of her own and tho affair is Henrys rather than mine If it camo to mi open trial I could almost britg myself on general principles to csptmso her cuuso against Honry my best beloved brother though ho is But hero is nsother point Sho must bo awnro of my suspicions of her Will she refuso to allude to hem or will sho bpcuk to mo openly If sho does speak trusting to my friendship for her what should I do I must either brutally cast hbi off or beoxune involved iulwrintiiguc against tho rest of tho family That would bo n strange predicament for n ro tiring unaggressive man of science llko myself nnd thero is no telling whevo it might land us I greatly pivfer to fdick to my timo honored loin of onlooker But if I do intend to expose her it would be much easier to do go now before any irrevocable words havo passed between us than nfter sho has thrown herself on my honor If sho surrenders mo her sword I riinnit turn it ngniiist her And ct if not itatiit4 her it must bo for Wr What is the matter with me My will as well ns my judgment seems par Â¬ alyzed I can adopt neither tho uctive lior the puBsho course I feel iij if changes wero foing on within mo or wero ut hand A few weeks ngo I recollect my longing was for mi awakening something to goad mo out of the torpor that was bnuttibiug me Is it tho first faint prick of tho goad that I feel now or am I about to relapse into a torpor more deathlike than before Ono thing or tho other will happen I am sure but standing hero ut tho parting of the ways I can hardly Bay which course I iiicllno lo take Vlf slioulUl bother my head about It When the time comes although I shall seem to mnko a frco choice I shall do as 1ms been predestined from tho begin- Â¬ ning Tlo conditions nnd events of onos past lifii determine his present notion What has been steers ono round toward what is to be In this senso wo are crea- Â¬ tures of fute Nevertheless tho future remains un- Â¬ known And that fact which seems a disadvantage to us is in reality our solo weapon against blind necessity for if wo saw all beforehand wo should bo de- Â¬ feated before tho struggle began but ns it is tho surpriso of the unforeseen may sometimes stimulate us to net nbovo our- Gclves I Â¬ of bis eycH lmt tell a tnlo In n mnn ot CO And during the hours that ho has bicnwith us Inotlio that ho not only smokes cnnstnutly but Unit ho drinks altogether tK much He dees not drink as John dois until lieisdiunknnddono with it IIo is never drunk Imtlio Jsal ways Inking nips tf brandy from his lockot flask nnd 1 fancy he unptles It nt least twicon day NVerthrhs barring nlittlonenous disorder his health seems fairly Bound Tho congenital cheerful ness of his disposition 1b doubtless a great sanative agency Meantime he is ns handsome ns tho heart of woman could desire If hia traits of either mind or body wero a bit less masculino than they nro ho would bo too handsome n mero ladys man But whatever cso inny bo said about Henry ho is it man a thorough male creature Thero Is not a f niliiine fiber in him Even thetendernifsthnt ever nnd nuon informs his tone und uinnuer isof a wholly in ipcnline quality His nice is a sort of ltiufllid Imps ns uncommon n it Ls winning and his laugh Is Irresistibly humorous mid contngious I vistiiiatuit hitdrlven mo such a laugh In figure heis v ilhel up not too tail but one an Mf o in liw nthletio than ho wns four yenrs ig In i ry npcut ho hns dietinttfi n the- junrlc i f u mile man One fctls certain us loonnsimu sets eyes on him that under nn possible circumttancts could he bo piiltyof a low bred or vulgar n anifestalion And yet he could fornb i woman Sinflro being out of the loom John tramped restlessly up and do v n smok ing n cigar which of Into ho has substi tuted for his pipe and putting nn occasional woid into tho i ouvcisatiou while mother sat by looking moro liko n Rom orauilt than ever listening inquiring nnd complacent with n bit of embroidery in her hands Henry sat in an easy chair carelessly but faultlessly dressed talking easily aud picturesquely addressing him Â¬ self now to one now to another making sceno after sceno rise before us often yielding to that delicious laugh But I could not help wondering nil tho timo whether his thoughts wero with us ut all or with what ho wns saying Wero they not with that dark haired girl up stairs and was ho glad or sorry or apprehen Â¬ sive Surprised I was sure ho must be nnd I did not believo ho could bo Indif-Â¬ ferent 1 Â¬ 1 - The Kind of nujlirm iii luKri old loliitblo S ij tin Cnrrrctly weekly by Ilimphrey lniifer Iro lure CominlMlon Merchant 36 Second St Int Main and Mirket I oulivlllcHy LOUISVILLE KY Jan 30 1691 Shippers should mkrk all packages plainly Kith shippers name and poit offlce address BUTTEU 15 Choice country Medium Common Creamery 11 11 21 liOflpuiiHcr lrin nntl If v- - stfX riw iLsfi SARSAPARILLA n can havo no substitute Gurus others EKRON Mr I N fiflssxs s Kcias Fresh 14 will cure you Nenfus went to Loulsvillo UKANS 1 75 to 1 85 Michigan hand picked 1 80 to 1 81 ndlana Navy 1 00 to 1 20 Old or Common nnd colored DKIKD APPLES AND PEACHES choice trlght quarters to Apples Apples average IJf to 5 Apples old t to 5 Peaches new Peaches old bi FEATHEHS Prime white goose Mixed UM 17 13 25 Z3o1 101 211 Q Sfe TartAC 3JJ No 1 duck to Dr day D hk costisuku STEPHENSPORT Whito went to Tobinsport Ferry went to FriÂ¬ Mrs Frank C ville Tuesday Louis- Â¬ Wednesday night 3 Oreen food Mr Frank Hoard spent a few days in Dry Salt good Dry flint kooJ 37 Louisville Inst week SO 20 Sheep skin IUUIjTilY Mr V J Shaeklett left for Lexington 7 8 lien per lb Monday to nttend the State College Itoo tors per lb Wi 0 i Tho candy pulling at Dr Wnrfields Spring Chickens per lb 7 a Young Ducks per lb Thursday night was enjoyed by all who Clcosc full featberd 3 75 a 7 8 Turkeys were present HOOTS Very unexpected news reached heie llnseng Ky and Indiana 2 25 2 50 16 Friday morning of the death of Dr 1 Yellow Hoot OAM E IJ Anderson of GiWon 75 llabbhr 50 35 iu Mr Dick Wiather and wife of Irving Squirrel 1 50 I 25 Quail ton wero here Friday the j uists of Mr WOOL Jake Kendall nnd wife 25 Tub washed 16 Drtaac flue Mr 11 Kendall went to West Point 12 Urease coarse Monday to purchase lumber for the Merino 12 5 Hurry and Cots liiilshing of his new house MISCULLANHUUS Mr Dan R Knlaw of Louisville who Tallow 4i Iteesvrax dy 21 hns been painting Mr Ulant Shackletts 10 N 35 Sorghum Molastes huuse returned to the city Friday night UAY CHAIN FEED city We Rev Frank Qulnn of Louisville stop wharf quoto prices to day on Louisville ped hero Friday night on his way to OATS 32 36 Walnut Grove to fill his regular appoint No 2 oats HAY ment there 13 00 50 10 Strictly choico 11 00 12 00 Tho last few days make us think win Choice No 2 10 00 11 00 Good Medium ter has como nt last Tho thermometer flood Ilrlght Straw S 50 4 75 dropped to ten below zero hero Thurs corN 12 day night Choico whito Q 46 The colored people of Kkronnud vicin- Choico shellod CATTLE 4 25 4 00 ity hnd tho misfortuno to lose their flood to oitra shipping 3 75 3 60 church and school house Tuesday night Light shipping 3 6S 3 40 Best llutuhers by ilro Tho origin of the lire is not Medium to good butchers 3 25 3 00 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IIIUES Running Chances Of tbo baby breaking your watch may not re Some suit in damago or loss to your pocket risks you can run without much danger others Missing an early Inspection of you can not our stock of Solid Silver Spoomliutter Knives Napkin Kings 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 offered before and it is most assuredly superior to anything else now shown in this city and our prices are very low you should call at once and make a selection before the rush sets in F N DHUY GREGORY CLOVERPORT - c CO WHARFMASTERS KENTUCKY Also Wholesale and Itetall Dealers in Yellow Pino Flooring and Ceiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime Sash and Brick Blinds and all kinds of Building Material bole Agents for Homestead Fertilizore and Troy Bono Meal Orders accompanied with the cash protnpth filled I sif i TJicn In thetllnlng room ilnomml llcnru ultllmj at the table Well then I will ceaso to prophesy I stood tnxo what may happen during tho next few days or weeks But I set out to record a piece of news which has an important bearing on tho situation The other evening ns I entered tho house by tho veranda I heard a masculino voico talking in the dining room It was not Johns voice I felt mysolf grow hot and cold And theu I stood in the dining room door nnd saw Henry flitting at tho tnblo Â¬ CHAPTER VII My chief regret is that I was not pres Â¬ ent when Henry nnd Sinflro met To one who know what to look for as I did that could not havo fulled to reveal something But when I camo iu tho meeting hnd already tnken placo and Sinflro had retired to her room Sho is always so thoughtful so much tact Sho fancied wo mother remarked could talk moro freely with Henry if sho woro not present though really I look upon her as quito a member of tho fam- Â¬ ily apart from her being my niece All tho timo that Henry nnd I were exchanging our greetings and congratu- Â¬ lations und our first questions and an swers I was speculating about him and Sinflro He has been changed improved and also in somo respects injured by his life in tho world but on tho wholo he appears moro improved nnd less injured than might havo been anticipated His being 00 years old instead of S3 is enough of itself to account for n great deal Tho youthful outlines of his face havo ma Â¬ tured It is tho fuco of a good humored man of tho world somewhat unprincipled and reckless perhaps but what is called a thorough good fellow and then there is that gleam of genius in his oyes nnd in somo of his unconscious manifestations that must always mark a differouco between him and tho typo to which he otherwise belongs Yet it is easy to see that his physical and social nature tho life of tho seiue and external faculties hns liccu too much for his genius Ills spiritual intuitions havo never gained control of him Ho has done nothing but havo a good time or aim tohnvo it Tho pictures ho might have painted tho liooks ho might have written tho musio ho might havo composed nro all in tho Umbo of tho an born It is a greut pity though I dont think nenry Jdmself b oppressed by any regrets on that scoro He probably thinks he could set to work if ho choso and produce a inasterpieco nt uny mo Â¬ ment But tho time for that possibility U ijone by Ho has taken his final direc- Â¬ tion though he may not know it Iu tome respects he is already nn older man than cither John or I There aro Hjj about Us mouth and t Utf ejruB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Some weddings heie soon so says known Madam Rumor Mr J W Kendull our reliable black Â¬ Mr and Mrs It II Bennett of Owens smith nnd Jnko Kendall our livery stable man havo formed a partnership boro nro In town We can say to all who may have work New baby nt Mr and Mrs L U Ad for these gentleman in cither business kissons Girl nge not known you can rely upon having it done prompt- Â¬ Misses Ada M Ilatiks and Emma ly anil first class Mosoley aro homo from their schools MT JOSEPH Mr J W Jarrett and son Master Gorver were in Cloverport Saturday The public school at this place closed How is this last spell for Florida s weather s sh Sat unlay Here hero now -- Ed Mr Jefr Hawkins of Tobinsport wns Mr and Mrs Hewitt Hawkins of hero Sunday Mrs Jns Tiuius is on the sick list nt Union Star nro now with her mother Mrs Wm 1etitt tlila writing Mias liettio Allen hula Asklns 1 niua dipt Wm A hi of Cloverport attend Â¬ utiles and Mrs McDonald were in Clov- ed church here Sunday erport last week for a day Miss Ray Dyer of Cloverport is hero Mrs Thos llremmit who has been attending the meeting with her sister Mrs Jus Bigg left Sat Wnlter King wns tho guest of Miss Da sin Cox Tobinsport Sunday urday for Illinois to join her husband Jesso II Miller of Cloverport was iu The Infant child of Mr nnd Mrs J town a few days ngo with a sinile word Miller is quite sick nt this writing nnd nod for everybody you know ho in Al Adams Tobinsport was hero Sun Â¬ day circulating nmong the young ladies a candidate Mrs Flora McDonald of Kansas who Misses Nannie nnd Auroea Adams has been visiting her pir nts Mr and Tobinsport attended church at this place Mrs Dot Stiles will return home some Tuesday night time this week Mr Mark Newton llnrdinsburg is vis- Â¬ Afte having taught a successful nnd iting his parents nt this plncLMiud attend to all a satisfactory term Trolls Owen ing the meeting Cunningham niulL R Adkissons school Mr Reuben Reynolds who has been closes to morrow Thursday Spring ill with pneumonia fever for several term will open iu u few weeks days is improving The candidates in this community are Mr Frank Carter of Irvington visited ns follows County Judge J V Jnrret his undo Mr R S Carter at this place K II Miller Dem Hep County Saturday nnd Sunday lerk Owen Cunningham Rep Jnil Messers Chns and Win Tiuius were r Gus Shellinnn Rp Peter Lyons tho guests of Misses llertha and Lorena Dem Deputy Assessor L 11 Adkis Hawkins Saturday night Bon Dem That they will all ho suc- Â¬ Mrs Chus Tiuius who has been quite cessful is a fact now cant my how it ill with higrippo the past two weeks wo will bo in a few weeks are glad to know Is improving Mr J J Dyer Cloverport visited his Tho great success that Gen Basil daughtor Mrs Jessie Tiuius nnd nttend Duke is mnking o tho Southern mngu ed church nt this place Saturday nnd ziuois ovidenco of tho high opinion Sunday entertained of his writings ns well ns Miss Nora Shumate who taught tho proof of his excellent taste in tho select- Â¬ public school at this place returned to ion nnd arrangement of tho mnteiial of her homo near Guston Mindny accom Â¬ this delightful periodical panied by her sister Mrs J A Ileston At last tho good people of this place have met and organized a Sabbath school We hope that all who love good sochty will take an interest in it nnd may God bless every 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and in Calf by Registered Netherland Bull One Norman Draft Stallion fine style and action a sure breeder One Holstein Netherland Registered Bull good and sure breeder One Full Circle Hay Press 17x22 new not used Wagons Plows Cultivators Harrows Etc One Feed and Ensilage Cutter little used and 22 foot carrier v i TERMS All sums under 10 cabh all over on a credit of twelve months Sale commencing at 1030 oclock a m rain or shine r All trains stop at platform in side of place within a few hundred feet of barns Trains going East arrive at platform at 930 a m and 521 p m Going West at 1030 a m and 945 p m Boats arrive at Cloverport going down at 5 a m going up 12 m Free Lunch on the grounds - f B Breckenridge SIROCCO Swan Able is liuililiiiK a new ilwellin on tilt home plntr Mre W K Miller is quite sick with la B OGLBSBY rJi3tQCfl5fgrGugSuuiidofrf3irKflrai J v News lSJI WEDNESDAY JANUAKYM grippe at this writing Lost on tliu 17th hist two links from Supposition is the a chain of thought compositors of this paper stole them The campaign is warming up in this county All the candidates have friends who will work for their favorite from start to finish Henry Sliitcklett is at home for a vacation The medical college in Louisville where lie was attending school having closed for a season Ous Ilayncs and his sister Miss Kiln attended the nuptials of Mr litick Can non and Miss Lorn Freeh near Klia They bethtown at 12 oclock the 18th report a nice time fine repast ninety six guests present big Is it possible that Dick Xevittd feet have been crushing that lower of Graya that the world has been making so much fuss about Let up them mis- Â¬ ter give it a chaiico to perfume the clerks ollico in Hrandeiiburg onetime Madam rumor says An ark is under way of construction on a ceitain hill in l ots of cedars about but this county Weve neon no none from Lebanon forecasts from weather prophet i indicating u flood in the dim vista of t ho future though they have not yet penetrated into tho myhtie decades of futuro years Ho tho inspiration to the builder must have come from above Mr Charlie Brown and daughter Mits Annie have been dangerously ill with la grippe Mr llroivn is some better at this writing but Miss Annie is at tho her physician having point of death Her sister Mrs dlspairetl of her life Emma Ilrown who is residing in Min Â¬ nesota has beon telegraphed for Mr Albert Morgan and Miss Lucy Simmons daughter of Mr Hash Simmons near Sandy Hill were united in matrimony today tho Llth Kev Dan Shack- Â¬ The longest pole did lett officiating Say shack knock tho hist per Blminon what iimdo you pick such a cold day to go per siinmon hunting John Cain is building on a piece of land purchased of Kd Love where tho Sirocco road Intersects tho llrandenburg Leavenworth roiul below Mr Dick Cooper shop blacksmith Shackletta shop and ost olllco aro among tho prole Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ abilities of the near future Cain anil Able are building pretty close together Lookout there might be blood shed While in town during court I heaid a Dick Xevitt is one of the man say licit men that ever graced the clerks ollice in Iraudenburg but hes had the ollice long enough I believe in giving Oh come oil you others a chance just want to get another whilf from that hot house flower that tender bunds hao nurtured donl touch it it will wiilo its sweetness again Mr William Rhodes formerly of Iay ncsville announced his intention last Monday of joining in the lace for the He is expecting to liar sheriffs ollice lit si in with a good man from the upper Mr Rhodes has end of the county served the county for about two years as deputy under Hardin and Woo folk and as he has given entire satisfaction a ill be apt to make a good race Tho lower end of the county where ho is best known will rally to his standard and if lie yokes in with a good man from the upper end of tho county it will taken team something like Maud S and Nancy Hanks to ctawn them Heres luck to you hoping you will score a re- Â¬ cord that will lay your competitors dee in the shade While Dan Ncafus anil his ton were out gathering corn a short time ago they discovered a covey of paitridges near by ami determined to make a charge on tliem They plucked a nice ear of com a piece such as they thought would do considerable execution in the feathery tribe and marched until on their death dealing errand When they had gotten in corn shot lange of the hiul Dan who was a little in advance of his son said to the latter Carl when I say throw jou tluow The word was given and their arms went oft Biinultaneounly Carls ear of corn taking cllect in tho back of his fathers head It has not yet been determined what eflect tho old mans corn had on the birds An eyo witness to they scene says that tliero were lamentations in the cornfield ami Dan re Â¬ McDANIELS Young Mr Hermon is around to day showing his goods and smiling face liev K X Metcalfe has returned from Grayson and reports a gcod meeting Wu will it member tho Slth of January as an extensive cold day also as the tilth birthday of Kev it A Cuudill Mr John Mercer who has been in Mi a le county looking for a new home has rt turned We have not heard whether lie succetded in finding a plact Wo would be sorrj to suit him or not to lose such good neighbors as Mr and Mrs Mercer anil the irrepressible J Nick but wo know tin y could do better elsewhere Itov 15 A Cuudiir missed his appointment at Alexanders Chapel the third Sunday owing to the sickness of his wife hut he will make it up to them in the future Mrs Cundill has been quite sick but we nre thankful to report that she is now able to be up in her room Wo are sorry to muke tho announce Â¬ ment of the death of Mrs Emma Shelter wife of Rev Alex bhellcr which took place the Kith lilt Mrs Sheller was the daughter of Mr 1 Glascock and had only been married a few months Fifteen months fioin the day she was a happy bride she was laid to rebt in tho family burying ground Sho was a de vout member of the liaptist church and died a most exalted christian di uth Every one who speaks of her says Kmma was always a good girl Three years ag while oil at school she pro fessed sanitificatiou hut ouing to unfav- Â¬ orable circumstances she lost tho experience I ast summer sho earnestly sought tho blessing again but owing to sickness sho had to leave the meeting ami did not profess When sho found that she must die the doctors were to perform an operation on her but did not do so to remove a tumor pf which she died she gave herself wholly to the Lord and rt eel veil such a sweet peace that she had no fears or doubts wljen Jesus Vamo to conduct her homo Dr McMullen who was with her when she died says it was tho most triumphant She had been death he ever witnessed lying in a comatose condition for some time and all at once her eyes Hew open and she asked if they were nil present told her husband not to weep for her and when assured Unit all were in her room sho called her father to her kissed him and tod him goodbye then her mother then each brother and sistor and then all friends present Sho then turned to Dr McMullin hu said Miss Kmma I have done all I could for you I now yield you up to One who can eavo Sho answered both foul and body Yes I know it praise tho Lord 6ho then told him good bye Shu called for her little babe ony about n week old talked to them about it kissed it anil then took leave of her husband After this sho asked if she had missed anyone Tlioy told her no the answered Then I will go and reaching her arms un as If to embrace some one she added Come blessed Jcbus folded her arms upon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ her breast and breathed her last breath without a struggle or a groan Tho chamber where the good man meets his fate is blessed above tho com- Â¬ May her family mon walks of men and friends remember her dying advice and live bo ns to meet her in heaven This is prayer- - meeting night but no ono attended Query If n ball social or soino other wicked gathering hail been announced for the same time and place how many would have stayed i way on account of the Wintlier Rheumatism knocked higher than a kite Mr J X Uueher Mineral Point Ohio deposes and says I have used Salvation Oil for rheumatism and in one or two applications knocked It high er than n kito Â¬ Royal SidU QhA W L DOUGH i claiming is the Germeuer res La Grippe f 3 SHOE a fill CX 3 -- FOR GENTLEMEN skr Tibs- - yL VM 1 Vfe W Tr333- vflk 350 Dross Shoo 8350 Pollco Shoo 3 Solos Nik 250and2 for Worklngmon 2 175 for Boys SB C4 and VVJTak La Grippe is again in the land thousands of victims every day Meet tho enemy when he first attacks you ruffe- Royal Germetuer thing with which to fight the monster Stay In tho house and take tcaspoonful of Hoyal Germetuer irr a teacup of hot wa- Â¬ ter every hour a little sugar makes it pleasant ns lemonade It will reiluce the fever and stop the pain quicker than any other remedy and no doubt save you weeks of agony and loss of time Thousands have tried it arid praise Its virtues Control J KTnr icnrrt -- TJI faTaba1B23WjK LADIES AND MISSES XyW Hinwiaim V V4rSyA U X ITliaMT - smmMMmmxmiij 4v DESroralV vw in t V 7KMt w - CAUTION If any dealer otTtirs you W L Iouelu Sbi ahoea at o reduced price or say a ho haa them with out ins name atampeu 4 Tk on the bottom put him tiv a uown uauirauu 3 250 2 L75 In Memoriam It is n self evident fact that funeral services and obituaries do not benefit tho dead they are intended to benefit the living The subject of these thoughts is Clivia Lcc infant son of Mr John A mid Mre Nancy J Hook lie was born June Ith 803 and depirted this lifo Decem ber 20th 18911 Whereas the angel of death has entered our home and taken for its victim our darling to suddenly and unexpected- Â¬ ly was oursweet and precious baby called from the earthly homo to the Fathers closer caro above leaving it vacancy In our hearts and also in our lovely home circle which can never be filled although we recognize tho fact that in tho death of little Clivia our loss is Ills eternal gain and Unit we owe implicit submission to the will of God who does all things well and for His own glory and our good yet such is the weakness of our humanity that it is hard for us when ono is be Â¬ reaved of such a beautiful roso or such a lovely child to submit without a mur- Â¬ mur and nothing but tho grace of God can enable us to do this and wo praUo Him who lives above for that grace Diuth leatcour heattull ilcolitc A It pluck nur falrot iwcctct o vers 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 tuer Cough Syrup metuer Pills Cough with Germe- Â¬ W L DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish easy fitting and give betterÂ¬ satisfaction at the prices ntlvertUed than any other make Try one pair and be convinced The stamping of W L Douglas name and price on the bottom which guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them Dealers who push the sale of W L Douglas Shoes gain customers which helps to increase the sales on their full line of goods They enn afford to sell at n Us profit and we bellevo you can savo money by buying nil your footwear of the dealer udvor Ucd belo- - Catalogue froo upon application WX DOUGLAS llrocltton Mo Keep bowels open with Ger- Â¬ W H BOWMER SON CLOVERPORT KY I Kings Royal Germetuer ATINTA OA Gerinetuerlteniedles Co J D BRASHEAR Louisville M Louis exas H H Co Druggists or will bo sent pre paU on receipt of price by us six for 500 Koyal Germetuer 100 bottle for sale by TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick Houso TIME Tu klti ttrfecl SCHEDULE ir 3sro 22 A M At 600 oclck Germetuer Tills CO In vlnl25o Germetuer Couh Syrun BOc ijpiiiitjijlOiotifjioiv15i3S5Sg535g5tj THE LOUISVILLE L CLOVERPORT KY Dcsirca to sec nil tho tobacco fnrmera of this and surrounding country M Hapr Weil Hound Traim 51 Sundar Dec 17 I83 Eatt Bound TVaini 64 Mall A Kxpr Bxpr 52 Mail Hpr Dally 7 45am 8 40 8 4J STATIONS Dally 6 30pm 0 43 72 800 ST LOUIS AIH LINE L K R 7S0 Tally IvUnn ptar 12 45pm Kentucky St 12 JO Wet Ioiut lltOun Hock Haven Long llranch JJaMy 8 31pm EAST J SHORTEST AND QUICKEST TAB 77 7M 8tl 8 21 900 9U7 U2U Howard Kkron 813 917 931 945 1014 20 1028 10 3J 1026 10 10 fcU llrandenburi Irvlngton Ilcrca Simple Stcphenport Addlton Holt Hawcaville 1etrle Ialcon Cloverport Shop Sklllman Cayce Lodlbura EST LINE TO St Louis West and South West Time Card in Effect Evansville BUGKEY EL AND ALL POINTS Jul 31 8 34 8 43 UUU SM H toot Guton Webter 1147 1132 1124 1110 1117 1060 10 41 10 6U 6 40 815 735 730 714 707 668 048 1892 fused to bo comforted Children Cry for Pitchors Castoria When Baby was lick w gave her Caatoria When b a CiiUJ aha cried for CajtorU When tho became 1114 tho clung to Coitoria When ibtbad Children he care them Caatoria wi The MeDaniels corespondent wants the Cold Spring muddle done up in O I see where tho coi respondent K fityle is right Justice to tho community de mands it justice to religion demands it justice to all who woro concerned in tho ndair demands it Justice to the pastor who was endeavoring to hold a quiet meeting without molesting the hoodluiim of the back w ootid demands that the Tho sanctilled case go into court Methodist and the drunken baptist aro making a mockery of religion in this county They aro not only harming the members of their respective churches but aro causing men of the world who lmvo been taught to fear God and respect all religious denominations to turn with disgust from tho latter day churchce and nothing short of strenuous measures will cause Impostom and weak minded christians to turn from their evil ways lay aside hypocrisy mid let tho beatitudes of religion shine forth resplendantly through the vanishing Im to and gloom of n lunatic asylum as it were Â¬ Hut traniplnntril Into bl Adorn immortal Ixnvern they now Tliit Infant voice whose cooing note Made glad the tcene ol In mid itilfe hing now an ctcrlallng Amid the tree of life oug tiT Loulivlllo 8i05 am 825 pm Arr St Loud 720 pin 1145 m EviniTilla li20 lOiOOpm For further information eall oa or ajdril R A CAMPBELL J pm4i9 0INTMENT4 CURES HOTHING BUT PILES A yiw 917 92S 964 uu 9 31 9 43 1023 1025 1020 1011 10 16 111 630 614 6u 567 640 8 62 54V 5 JO 6 24 IM 1063 116 1110 1121 1130 1131 9 48 9 45 1U02 10 07 nnl Pai B CAMPBELL Agt D St Louli A Mo SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IByaars as tho DEST 1UU 1018 10 11 111 wict Clhla And taku thy rctj Sleep on iod called tl ci home When he thought hot City Ticket Offlc U P tnilrllln Kt S W Cor Third AMaln LonliTllUKj rrtan4 r REMEDY FOR PILESIOCIJ BICIUBDSOS BtDIClIK ST CO as 1048 10 6 J 1109 ill Mam 12 12pm 1222 1231 1238 12 42 2fiU Iwlport rVMattingly Griffith Head Spottaville pwenboro Powera Pate a 933 922 914 908 004 868 8 40 621 609 4 4 44 69 31 4 14 4 3 The WEEKLY Dr J L Moorman 1114 11 11 111 1125 SJ We ball leap hut not ureter Therell be c a gtorinu dawn hall mn t to part no never On the reiurrecllnn morn COURIER JOURNAL II 1145 108 1163pm 114 1210am 130pm 1267 Stanley Worthington 825 816 802 764 7 81 7 43 4 08 420 aa 3 37 3 41 4111 Raikfl arHenderao 735 727 719 Iv 706am 330 323 316 310 265pm - 0 II Ce 8WAYNPI L Tl Did xnaoLUTsiT cvmas I a ten page eight colutqr Democratlo Newt paper It contain the licit of ererjtblng golny HiNRT Wattkriox la the Editor LouIsvirieHadinsburgWestern R R ITCHING PILES - - KTUITOMS MaMurai latent IIMnf aaA tlnglarl mimI Unlgbll MraUhiaa llawcd aoatlaue tHDtara firm Had pralruJeIf tiJ I1 Prlco wrl t h uinimtui a 8ua niklrifaU and glre free pre- Â¬ Sample copie of the paper for cluiia and fur pigo Premium Supplement tent free tu nnjr addre Writ to mium Tbe Wiiklt Covrub liberal terms to agent - 100 a Year Jouini make ytrj Resident Ulfluo Dentist latli TAKING No6 No 3 TIME TABLE 18fll CLOVERPORT KY with Ur J T Oiven liaal lind of llrldKe Taken Up As Astray STA1I kind of Dental work doss and faction Ruarntrad EFFECT JULY 29 vyaatiloiind Train Kat Hound Dalit Dallv Dallv tx Sun ci Sun STATIONS ex bun IIv Irvlngton Ar 9 30am 820 afusiu 1165am llarncd 800 1212 Hardinburir 7 40 12 48 Kirk 710 100 Jolly 7 CO tlOOam 1140 Train Dallv Sol No 2 ex Sun No t all M M vU lrf llrellacub4rblhalumMr a 4 bj llkjrilniiiiiarff Courier - Journal Company THE BRECKENItlDOE NEWS AP1IIK Wf ekly Courier Journal iomsviiii ky jear 11 Itcv F C IglelmrJ Now York MTKest A corn on tho too Uu thorn lit tfio llcali which C C V Certain Corn Curo in out incr clfiilly remove Will be tent one to any addroa fur 2 00 Addrei JNO DBAOUAOE CloTrport Ky A mall bay iniro about 15 haiutt high aiut nhout fnnr yrar old Ilu Aitillv mark nr Iijck Mirt came to mv houo near lUlllown on the nllit nl Deccmbtr 31 t iSy Otviii ran bae ame by paving me for inv trnuhle and V It WKTIIINOTON thl ailvurtlKuunl 118 12 145 220 238 241 Glendean arPallIJouchJv Akln ArFordvillelv Hock vale Huth 6 40 6 JO 610 6 37 6 m M4tllnKlyl0Ky IN 611 MYI 330pm 446am fwppmni i J mi mi wrv inKVf piiwwv imiyiniiifffli n iirinfr TVr 1UM THEX Of the Condition eflhe BREGKRNRIDGR NEWS GLOYERPORT KY BRANDENBURG f-- Breckinridge Of ASSItTS Nntcsa J Hills dlfcountcil Ilxtureinnil ltirn tnre Iliinklnif llnuse ail Lot Delitnln Suit Irntest Account incokIukated Bank 30th Clovcrport Ky iSov 1 F At the clem or Dullness December I 3754 i tfm 8 10 Hpecle and Curiencjr Overdrxltt Honda Due from llnnks Spot li l 71t4 110726 07 45100 00 UAtmlTSKS Capital Stock Surplus Funds Undivided Profit 1unil to tmv Tuxes Dividend No 394 percent declircd JJOO 1804 3J CO f - Hue tn Hank n Individual Deposits Certificates ofDejioilt thladay CO fciiVS 81435 04 33074 3 January lit r- l 11076 07 A II SKIltMAN Cashier BKECKENRIDGE IEWS 1894 i WEDNESDAY JANUARY il LOCAL BREVITIES Vuliiitincs ulzcrs ennvns awful cheap SuU Tobacco zora Chris Ierrigo 8ptnt a couplo of days in Louisville lost week Mon- Â¬ Born to tho wifo of John Uuru thly January 22 a girl Mrs Vina Rogers of Tobiusport Intl was in the city Monday Mr Georgo Huntley from 1ineville is here visiting his many friends Mr O A 1ate of VVliitcnvllle is here visiting his old homo und friends Mlts Enimu Rtedel of Holt was down to attend tho opera Monday night Mr J 0 Pell jr of Lewlsport came up Monday night to take in tho Opera Get even with tho fellow who sent you a valentine last year seo Sulzers ttock James V Hall of Union Star came down Monday and spent the day in the city Mr S D Lloyd and wifo returned to their home at Columbus Ohio yester- Â¬ day Miss Lucittia Dix of German Ifidce Iml is visiting her aunt Mrs M Ham man Mr and Mrs E II Breidcnbach of Owensboror were visiting relatives here Sunday Ed Shelinan was down from Louisville to see his family near Union Star last Sunday 100 Herat mbcr Ladies a fino Dongola shoes going at 323 ask to seo them Suzpis - Mr and Mrs C I Temple were both Mrs Templo i3 some sick last week now better Whero did you got those shoes Jim at Sulzers of coursel Well I must get me a pair soon Mr John Gibson of Lodiburg was tho gut st of his brotht r Gus Gibson in this - city Monday Mias Minnie Murray Hardinsburg at- Â¬ tended tho Mikado entertainment Monday evening William Emberton was badly hurt last Monday by a fajl from a trestle on the Short Line railroad From now until tho closo of tho season I will constantly keep tho Jlncst Baltimore fresh oysters Seifried Jesa Powell who has been at Lowis port working on tho section has come liomo to spend a couplo of weeks Geno Kingsberry says that he himself could hayo fallen as often as Mit- Â¬ chell did in the samo length of time Mr James W Mattingly of Paducah canio up a few days ago to visit his old homo Mrs Mattingly lias been here several weeks If there is any thing in rumors a wed Â¬ ding epidemic is about to strlko Clover Leonard Oolzi has started the port ball to rolling Miss Mattio Watts tho missionary from Brazil lectured Iridaj afternoon In the KlnPBtrcet Methodist church to an attentive audionco John Powell tho handsoino composi- Â¬ tor from tho Messenger oilice Branden- Â¬ burg was circulating among his friends in this city Sunday IkoOftings of Ekrou paid this city and tho News ofll o u pleasant visit last week Iko is ono of the few in Mcado who does not wunt an olllce Carlt Richardson of Union Star can Â¬ didate for County Court Clerk was in the city Monday hustling for votes nnd right well he knows how to ilo it Soveral persons put up three inch ico in this city last Saturday and Sunday They were afraid to risk waititiR for a more favorable opportunity or better ico L 0 Taul of Clovorport district W E Dockcry of McDaniils and some good man from Union Star or Clifton Mills will constitute a Republican ticket Â¬ Â¬ valentines Sulzers Howling swells dried peaches apples and beans Sulzers 0 E Llghtfoot mado a flying trip to Onrnsboro Wednesday 4 Os liny lies emtio down from Union Star last Sunday to attend church A large shoo buttoner frco with every bottle of Seal oil Dressing Su zers Buddie Adkins and Meter Ida of Sam- Â¬ ple were In tho city Monday shopping I A1 n Cashnmn of Raymond candidate for County Clerk was In the city Mon day The fnust largest and btst fresh oysters served in any stylo at Silfileds restaurant Miss Pearl Miller who lina been visit- Â¬ ing in Davices county returned home last week Did you trado with us last year If not try it this year you will bu benefited by it Sulzers Jesse Eskridgr of Hardinrburg at- Â¬ tended tho opera Mikado in this city Monday night Rjv Harvey of tho Western Recorder pr ached in tho Clovcrport Baptist church last Sunday Lettuce kale and tobacco plants come earlier when tho beds aro canvased we have the canvas cheap Sulz rs Look into tho matter carefully thoughtfully wo can save you money tako a pqep at our stock Sulzers One house and lot for s ilo on the Hill Lot 50x200 price 80000 Address J M Bell Clovorport Ky Burglaries and attempted burglaries tiro becoming moro frequent in this city than they havo been known before for years Miss Mahala Greenwell who lias been visiting hero returned to her homo at Mooleyvillo per steamer City of Owens boro last Sunday In exactly four minutes after Corbett knocked Mitchell out tho news was in Clovcrport and everybody except our English colony was rejoicing The recent cold wave fumlshrd a cou Â¬ plo of days of good skating weather Pattone lako was covered with hundreds of persons hugely enjoying the sport Ed Whltehtad of Rome Ind is in the city Ed says that Rome has a cinch on hard times If there is ever achatiuo in nllairs there it must b for tho better Hogs wero selling in Louisville Mon- Â¬ 3 for tho best packers day at Mar Â¬ ket firm and active Cattle steady and firm with best grades 10 to 15 cents higher Mm Legrand was awakened last Sat Â¬ urday night by some ono trying to get in the housfi Hor screams alarmed the neighbors and tho prowler fled Mr Lagrand was absent from home Squiro John W Jarrctt and son Grover of Stephensport were in tho city Saturday Mr Jairettisa candidato for County Judge and he improved tho timo while here in looking alter his interests Mack Barnes fell oti tho ico last Fri- Â¬ day and was rendered unconscious by tho blow for quito a while It was first thought that his scull was fractured but fortunately ho recovered and was not seriously hurt Tho notorious Emma Goldsmith work ed her suicide racket on tho good people of Rockport Ind last week to perfec- Â¬ tion She elicited much sympathy from the kind hearted Rockportians and sho will probably bo sent to the Indiana reformatory There will bo a meeting of the Uni- Â¬ form Rank K of Ps in their Hall next Friday night Business o importance will coino before tho Rank and all mem Â¬ bers aro requested to bo present Col Johnson of Louisville will bo present for the inspection and installation of o Ul Â¬ Lovo tokens Â¬ Mrs Holmsttcraud Gcorgle are home from Missouri Hon David Murray was hero last week on legal business Mlsd Kuln Dowden is quite sick at her unclos Dr J R Dow dens Misa Ophle Hay Louisville snent JLTTENTION OGIIOOL JLRUSTEES prices I am told cortnin parties are canvassing this county with a set of maps globes and charts of which they aro asking from G5 to 75 Thoy aro also representing to tho people tlmt these aro the only charts and maps will meet the requirements of tho law Tlint this is untrue is shown by tho circular letter of the Stato Superintendent bear- Â¬ ing dato of January Mtii It is also further shown by recommendations in our handswliich wo will gladly mail to any trustco at his request For sf 15 wo will furnish you a complete sot of Apparatus with substantial covers all the requirements of tho school law and which is of tho very best matcrinl now boforo tho public If you have not already bought do not do o until you haye seen us examined our goods and obtained our prices For further particulars call upon or address Do not bo deceived ir buying jour School Apparatus from the first ngent who comes on you and thus bo lead into paying cxhorbitant Look Out Saturday and Sunday with her relatives hero Mr Raw Is quite n pleasant young bus Â¬ iness man from Princeton Ky visited Miss Jennie Ditto last week Mis R II Kovltt has returned homo Her mother Mrs Smith will be with her soon to remain permanently Ph I Ins was tho lucky Messenger cor- Â¬ Ho captured first prize respondent My friend II W J second Wo aro all glad to know Henry Ditto sou of Mrs Dr Ditto lias a good posi- Â¬ tion nt Bradley A Gilberts Louisville Tho many friends of J L Malin are gratified to know that ho has been ap Â¬ pointed gauger tinder Collector Johnson Mr J D JtabbHge tells us hlssubscrip Hon list is largely in the increaso for 04 lies a man of push and energy sure Mr Stuart R Young has a position in the Louisville post office His iricuds hero congratulate but coudolo with themselves to resign him Brother Hngnn gavo us a sound gos- Â¬ Wo all pel discourse too last Sunday have ample opportunity now to hear tho Gospel from three different denominations Mrs Dr D C Puseys brother Mr Catter father of Master Jbo Carter was nominated for County Clerk of Marion county in tho Democratic primary held recently Tho ice houses are full thanks to tho cold snap And hoys luxuriated in skat Â¬ ing and coasting for a brief timo anyhow with tho spirit small favors thankfully received I nm sorry to know our young friend Dr Will Pusey of Louisville is again confined to his bed I am afraid Will was too impatient mid resumed his prac Â¬ Â¬ tht Â¬ For No Its To 1 Thats what woro all m a measure doing- Â¬ - FRANK W DUNN HARDiNSBURG HOTEL General Agent 11ARDINSUURG EXCELSIOR SCHOOL DESK CO KY Your -- Own Interest CLIFTON MILLS Foe Purr of Concordia is visiting his brother J if Parr Mrs Horace iloliUld a quito nick with la grippe cciiipiittd witn otter diseases The itllc folks had an entertainm t all to themolvts Saturday ulght a J U uurdiitts June Bsnd conole hlmelf with the idea that bmiih day he will te very popu Â¬ lar witi tae yourg men It arrived tho lOtli FINE E B Oglesby STOCK Has the Best Selection in Breckinridge County TO BUY YOUR- Sir tice loo soon cers Mr and Mrs R L Oelzo arrived at homo Thursday night Tho reception Friday evening at tho residence of Mr and Sirs II A Oelz given in honor of tho young couple was a grand aflair Mauy friends greeted the brldo and groom and wished tiiem much joy along tho path of life Tho young wifo is a handsome and admirable addition to Cloverport society Mrs John W Cannon wifo of tho Into Capt Cannon well known all along tho river died at her homo in Frankfort Tuesday of last week Mrs Cannon was ono of tho oldest residents of Frankfort and greatly beloved by all who know her Shu was C3 years old Sho has relatives hero in tills city who will be grioved to learn of hor sudden death Mr J D Brashear is in tho market for Green river types of tobacco constantly buying and handling at tho Long Brick where ho will be pleased to meet tho farmers and bid on samples Mr Henry VDuncan riding buyer for the company will also call en the tobacco growers at their farms The American Co buys ex Â¬ tensively nnd pays full market prices vV 2lt i Lucas County j Frank J Chonoy makes oath that ho ashed two vory inter Â¬ in tho Presbyteilan is tho senior partner of tho firm of F J church lait Sunday His subject in tho Chonoy Co doing business in tho City in tho evening of Toledo County and Stato aforesaid morning was Death and that said firm will pay tho sum of Immortality It was rumored last week that Mr Ono Hundred Dollars for each and every Virgo Hardin had sold his beautiful case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by farm in Holts bottom to a negro from tho uso of Halls Catarrh Cure FlUNK J ClIKNKY Virginia named George Anderson for Sworn to before mo and subscribed in 15000 cash but the trade was declared my presence this Oth day of December off Monday Mr II C Murray has been mado a A D 1880 A W GLEASON Notary Public by tho appointment of Notary Public seal of the Gov Brown and tho concurrence His ofllco is on High Hails Catarrah Cure is taken internally Stato Senato Btrcet next door to tho post ofllce with and acta directly on the blood and that of his father lion D R Murray mucous surfaces of tho system Send for Mr and Mrs Chad Riedel entertained testimonials free CO Toledo 0 a number of visitors at their hospital F J CHENEY homo in Holts bottom last Sunday -- Sold by Druggists 75c Thoso present were Misses Sarah and Republican Chuaty Commitee Lucritla Dix Gorman Ridge Ind John Hahdinbiiuro Ky Jan 25 W You Klein Chas Tinius Jr Henry Yeager Henry and Dave Dix Jno D Babbago aro hereby notified to niOvjt in Hardins- Â¬ and daughter Miss Addlo Louise and burg Feb 12th at 1030 a in for con- Â¬ sultation The convention will meet at Marion Babbagp 1 p in and we have some business that jyroaK nACKAcnvs must be attended to beforehand Dont Or rett ar all worn om real It kocxI for nothing Try II b ipnenil 1ebliK fail to be on hand at the time stated JtKHHiPS 1KOY lUTTKXII ttlurtylaBURUeeK xWpitK BaU Frank Haswbll Chairman all la nmUola for Assessor Dr Burgess p esting Berraons Vf State ov Ohio City of Toledo 1 Father Herbuth preached along tho line tvf Bible reading last Sunday His remarks were calculated to make us read to digest to read with child like faith simplicity and with great reverence Rov T M Hawts brother of vfrs D W Lewis and pastor of Highland Pres byterian church moved into his new residence last week and was given a house warming that night by his con- Â¬ gregation Miss Jennio Hardin and Mrs II B Grlnnell will visit Mrs Dr Shacklett of Ekron next Friday and attend the dance at Miss Mamie Doughertys our racy spirited correspondent from that enter- Â¬ prising littlo town Somo ono asked mo if I had taken any interest in tho Corbett Mitchell light I hate to contaminato this column by their names but I tako enough Interest to hope Corbett will somo day meet his Waterloo in the negro Peter Jackson I am particularly interested in the raco of County Attorney in Breckenridgo county becauso I want our Meade county man nnd my former pupil Gus Brown to bo tho successful man Gus is a coming politician if I mistake not nnd if ho is as faithful in oilice as ho was in tho school room youll not regret his election Miss Mona Prico left last Sunday for the Stato Agricultural Collego Lexing- Â¬ Mona is yet in her teens but ton 1y is a remarkably intelligent ambitious girl and has taught two schools very suc- Â¬ Wo all predict a bright future cessfully for Iter and trust sho may realizo it Mrs B F Willetts school closed last Sho will open a privato Thursday Mrs school Monday February 5th Willett remen bered tho pupils quito bountifully with confectionery whilu through tho kindness of Mia Virgil Rhodes quito a contribution was solicit- Â¬ ed from tho other pupils and their teacher was presented a yery handsome silver button dish by Miss Virgil in be- Â¬ Mrs Willett was half of tho school completely surprised which made the occasion still happier Perhaps dancing is wrong for somo j theatres may bo an ovil for many Tho whisky trnflic tobacco and Sunday base ball havo enomies by the scoro Think ye that thoy upon whom tho tower of Silvanis fell wero sinners abovo all Even so when I hear a tirndo upon these popular themes I think if each of us would direct our owu hearts of avarice jealousy pride lovo of self tho very tap roots of sin others might btand where A perfect ab we want them to ftand solve of selfishness too I Where do we find it Where V Im truly glad dear editor you wrote up the political situation In Mcado Im sure I should havo fulled to do it juetlce You and tho Mesnttr havo said all that could bo sal 1 which h avon mo out except to tell you that Mr in Jthodes and Mr Richard Hagan from upper Meade will mako tho raco together for sherltT Better men it in hard to find and no doubt thoy will mako a good race Tho primary comes late look out for a good time at the picnics next sum- Â¬ mer Miss Eva Herndon gavo a Poverty or Hard Times party to hor guests Misses Jennio Warfiold and Forrie Har- Â¬ din two of Brcckenridgos fair daughters I had intended telling you all about this novel affair but space forbids Sullico it to say tho evonlng was a highly enjoy ablo ono as nil of Mrs Herndons At Homes are Tho young indies were all costumed as dames and damsels of ye The beaux appeared in olden days The full N ucteonth century regalia collation corresponded of course with tho lady guests attlro A prize was given to the most esthetic costume Â¬ Â¬ superb educator The woods arc full of olllccseekers Occasionally one drops in and sticks out his paw for ngocd old fashioned election ering sh de and tells ino ho is glad to seo me - return the compliment in self defense Ihey all seem to bo highly elated over their prospects I think Undo Jonas otght to present a bill creating about four thoiSitiil inure olllces in Old Breckenridgo 1 was surprised to note in tho last weeks Nkws that Dr S 11 Adkissonhnd gono on record as opposed to compulsory education Ncv tho people who live hero in tho Sinking Cieek hills where tho Doctor used to do his hunting and fishing nre not ready to go on re- Â¬ cord as thoy seo children running through tho hills ovory day that ought to bo spent in school Webster wo want to join in with a hearty amem to every thing contained in your communication lust week and only regiet that you did not say more but we know you havo it in your mind and may deliver it up to us in tho future Man uses tobacco drinks whiskey and is u libertine in the main just becauso you tolerate it Women nro better than men becauso imin principally has set up a standard of propriety for women Now let women make tho samo requirements of men It is just it is right Let this Lord of Creat on h am a little submis Â¬ sion it will do him good Daily A copy of tho Pittsburg Kan Headlight readied hero a few days ago bearing tho sad news of the death of Dr Georgo King at that placo tho 10th inst Dr King was born and reared at this place and was a half brother of our fol- Â¬ low townsman II C Haddock and his many friends in this county outside his rulativeship who cherish his memory and will bu shocked at this intelligence of his death Dr King was an orphan boy but by indomitable energy and perseverance ho went west studied med icine and was an ornament to his profes Â¬ sion nnd an honor to tho placo of his nativity Dr King wis a member of good standing in tho United Fresh tor His remains were laid to Ian church sest In tho Mount Olivo Cemetery in Pittsburg Kan Â¬ Â¬ St Clair our Ida Democratic com utittoeiiiHii was in town lHt eek inter- vi wint jone of Jtir prominent Demo crats on iiattete of i political luture fti ran alonco of three years It L seek Bob Glitiow aid us a visit To conveise wita is lute ol Mnana him one w uld infer that ho nas sten many sights that would send tjrrur to vs all tho heart of ttiU rf mt Montaniaus ho entertains the free coinage idta I u tiderstuLtl that Geo Coleman of Doe Run will in3Vo here soou to take Ir Colecharge of the ilouring mill man is too will known in this community to need nny introduction having served tho milling capacity hero in former years Should he decide to take up bin abode with us wo will gladly welcome him I am informed that our school under the management oi Jisso Payne is in a Botli pupil nnd progressive state patron arc congratulating themselves on securing tho services of Mr Jajno from tho fact that ho has pioven to be u The Â¬ Jim int nt lVulitc Â¬ A visit to Oglesbys farm lying almost within the city limits of Cloverport is sure to create a pleasant surpriso in the mind of tite visitor Few people kuow whatn collection of blooded stock wo have right hero in our Tho collection advertised for midst s de in tills issue ot tho Nrws can not be nurpaiscd in this section of tho state It consists of ono Quo Norman stallion one Holstein hull twenty head of Holstein cuttle and seven head of mules The stallion is ten years old 10 hands high and will weigh 1500 pounds He is a beautiful puce of horsj llesh and is good gentle and kin I in disposition Tho bull is a lino brute four yeais old and weigirf -- 000 pounds Hois of fine milk tock while ho lias all the good points for Ucef Tho fcw uuid heifers aro almost tho prettiest things that a man can rest his eyes on in thobruto creation All mark Â¬ ed precis ly alike and they are the finest Holstein milkira These cattle nre all registered and of the very best families Tho mules aro all out of lino Norman mares and nro high headed fine looking animals Thirteen head of grade Norman horses complete tho collection lliis stock will nil be oflered for sale tngt tlior with some farming implements on Saturday February 24 Collars Ties Shirts Guffs Underwear Haberclashry Stylo latest and prettiest Best quality at prices that are right Of Us r BSTT JSI ifflo o You Need If you do dont like one you we have got it we have another a Plow LODGED IN JAIL Rich Virginia Nigger Is Accused of Being a Horso Thief- - If you and our Or Any- Â¬ in trouble Nearly a year ago Lewis Styles a col ored man living in Uittdin county had a horbo stolen by a man by tho namo of Georgo Washington Randolph and tho thief was not caught though posters giving minute descriptions of him were sent all over tho country Last Monday Georgo Anderson went from this city to Hardinsburg He drove out in tho country and got a colored girl named Ada Moredock and tho couplo retur Jed to town to marry At night there was an entertainment given at a colored residence in Hardinsburg andAnderson and the young woman attended expecting to get married on Tuesday morning At tho entertain ment was Miss Mary Styles daughter of tho liinn who had tho horso stolen in Hardin county who is at Hardinsburg on a visit As soon as tho saw Anderson sho recognized in him the Georgo Wash- Â¬ ington Randolph who had stolen her Sim immediately in- Â¬ fathers horse formed tho authorities and Mr Ran Â¬ dolph alias Anderson was arrested Mr Styles lias been sent for nnd tho exiiuiiing trial is set tor Thursday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tito highfoluten colored gentleman from Virginia who bad contracted to buy Virgo Hardins farm for 15000 cash is prices are such and terms so easy that cant fail to be pleased We keep everything in this lino that the Farmer needs ami a great many things ho need not So dont dont fail to come in and get aur prices whethor you want to buy or lext Saturday Wo will sell you nice smootho Iloosicr Domestic for 5c por yard and it is sold everywhere for GJ Sheriffs Sale for Taxes Ily virtue of Taxes duo tho Commonwealth of Kentucky anil tho County of Ureckenrlilo tho you 1883 ISBJ 1890 81 02 and 93 by tho following named parties and for we will iiroceed to tell tho years designated for caili in hand on Monday February Uth 18V1 at tho Court House door in Hardlnslurg Ky tho following described property or tufliotent amount thereof to pay the leveral amounts of tuxes and costs lien Uuthrte of Col one lot near Har- Â¬ dinsburg Ky See Deed Hook 45 nngo 103 tax fur the years 18U1 1892 1893 Amount tax and cost 1200 Mrs Susan M Cox one lot In HardinsKy Seo Deed Hook 30 pngo burg 1892 and 111 tax for the years 1891 1893 Amount tax and cost 1505 Jcsso K Hayes ono vacant lot in Har- Â¬ See Doed Hook 35 dinsburg Ky page 382 tax for tho year 1892 1230 tax and 03Bt Amount Jordan Tabor Vi interest In 3 acre lot See Heed Hook in Hardinsburg Ky 35 pnge 328 tux for tho years 1891 1893 Amount of taxand cost U 35 1892 and Seo Deed llobt Moredock 47 acres Hook 37 page 81 tax for tho years 1891 1892 and 1893 Amount tax and cost 1180 Arthur S Mays 115 acres of land See Doed Hook V page 195 tax the year V 15 18S2 Amount tax and cost John W Carter 57 aeros on norlh fork of Hough Creek ndjnlng A A Smiley tax for the years 1891 and 1882 Amount ot lax and oost 1245 Samuel Gilbert one lot in Stephensport Ky See Dred Hook 42 page 79 tax Amt lax and cost 950 for the year 1889 Nathaniel Hasham 75 acres land Seo Deed Hook 41 page 241 tax for the 1005 year 1890 Amount tax and cost Jerry Hook onolotln Hardinsburg Ky adjolnlug Hon Hubardi and Jerry Taber Tax fur the years 1890 91 92 1805 and 93 Amount tax and cost Jas Hall and wife tot 23 in Union Star See Deed Hook 42 page 108 tax Ky for the years 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 Amount tax and eoit 2270 J O Hrailitars beirs H lot No 3 in See Deed Hook Stephensport Ky 40 page 453 tax for the years 1889 1890 1891 and 1892 amt tax and oost 2280 Mabala Uruner 100 acres near Preston Assest In her name tax for the Ky Amount tax years 1891 and 1892 1290 oost and Clay Swlltsr belts 100 acres of land on Yellow Hank creek tax for tho years Dont fail to be an- Â¬ fr here early for wo aro looking for other run liko wo had SUGAR DAY Respectfully thing Else In This Line GO HARDINSBURG KY DANIEL BROOKS B F BEARD J C B0UHNE J M HARPER BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock STOCK YARDS LOUISVILI F dffThe Track my friends anil Democrats of Bieckenridgo County I havo withdrawn from tho raco for jailer and wish to thank my friends for tho encouragement thoy gave during my candidacy and will feel over grateful to thorn I drew off In tho interest of no ono and will say to tho party to look to the interest of the party and select a good man Yours Respt To Lkk Bujiior KY HIGHLAND NURSERY e have about Ooughong Stop loads to Consumption tho Cough hoal tho Lungs and strongthon tho Systom 15000 Apple Trees most- Â¬ wltli Notice Democratic Committeemen Glovkhtort Ky Jan 20 1801 Tho Breckenridgo County Democratic Com Â¬ mittee is hereby called to meet in Hai Â¬ ti inshurg Ky on Monday the 10th ot Scotts Physicians by Substitutes N V ly Ben Davis Rome Beauty and Winesap which we propose to deliver to our customers at the following prices cash on delivery Apple Trees 2 years old 1st class 500 per 100 Apple Treos 2 years old 2d class 300 per 100 Peaoh Trees medium 2 to 3 feet at 10 cts each 1890 1891 and 1892 jmrnmmmmmmmmmMmmmr tho Cream of Cod liver Oil U is and hypophosphitcs oasy on tho palatablo and Emulsion daOp February 1801 to consider the timo and manner of selecting candidates of tho party for the county olllcea to be filled at the November election 1801 and for sueh other buslnese as may be brought before it David R Murray Chairman and oost T155 Jno II Roberts one lot la Sample Ky next to J H Hamptons tax for the years 1889 1899 1891 and 1892 2235 Amount taxand eastSix per cent will bo added to all these lists whea sold Wo are alio preparing a large list that wilt sion follow this if the taxes are not paid at onco - and amount tax All other stock at reduced prices Order now as we do not expect to hold stock long at these low prices llespeofully K K llbodes S D 0 stomach tho world ovor ondorso it DmI be deielrej Prprl Ij Scott I Bod AI DtuUU kentlcHl tlmt C O C Cortnlii Cough Curo U tho greatest remedy oxtuut for tho euro of LaGrlpne Croup Coughs Coia Ac A trial will convince tho must Address W B J Asliby- KY CLOVEBPORT -- - nar ijnjjrjv 6 i u r jma - t I MMIIIaTTanarll MHMMnHMMMMMHi Koimd nice jonnp men Whnlmethe Indict wcll Anil when llic tliow In free jou know I liejr cut an awful twill Hut when theres hoimc iilirr treat tn go The bnull loiter Imck Whllr kIIs who have mine timte for ntylr Jo nut nml hire a hack The yotinu men fret there Jmt the Mine 1 hey come by oticn and two And when departure time comes round Ilicf hunt their mershoet I heyc liccn wi nlrely cntert ilnnl Willi tnuiir Kntic i nnd 1 it I K And now n licd tlinv liis nrmul The nul resume their iln In Llmcrpntt MfcMu imw wiiWiiryi iinwttiiHm iiiiMLJMtttiitMiiJ1 MUlMiM l ttiftMUHMBNIH rMWgOUJHMHH t KHHwWI Since 1840 tho worlds production of meat has lnrcosedfi7 per cent that of grain 420 per cent Hematlto was onco used for cameos nnd Itttnguiouq and many niirlenl gems aro of tills mineral llelotropo or blood stone Is n dark green quartz covered with red blotches supposed to he due to iron A Welsh church in 1Hidon paid over 20 last year for tho services of a lied or policeman gi idwad There is a twin crystal of cmcrnld in St Petersburg 7 inches long 4 broad nnd weighing 4 pounds New Hampshire ttkes its name from Hampshire England New Hampshire wnsoriglnnly called IjicoiiIm Thu Caspian sea Is the largest Inclosed body of Water in tho world It vnrim between 740 miles in length nnd 2C0 in breadth The 27th of November was tho fiftieth anniversary of tho production of tho Bohemian Girl and was duly celebrat Â¬ ed in Drury Itne New Jcrsoy was named for Sir Georgo G rtrefwlio was at tho time governor of the island of Jersey in the Biittslt chan Â¬ nel The Krupp gun works claim to lnvo innnufui tured a machine which will roll ire n so thin that it would tako 1800 sheits to make an inch Antiquarians generally consider the Mentz Psalter printed on vellum in 1450 by Peter Schoefler to bo the first book to have a plintcd date Mnine takes its name from the province of Main in France and was so called as a compliment to the queen of Chnrlcs I who was its owner A record of uninterrupted cures for nearly half a century has convinced sen Â¬ sible people that Dr Hulls Cough Syrup is tho best in tho market Why try new things when you know that you have what you need It is infallible THE BREGKENRIDGEl j NRS on Dec OLOYKRPORT KY What Ministers Say About -- THE - Highest of all Leavening Tower Latest U S Govt Pet oit RcXal gmm Breckenridge News 31 Baking Powder State Hank and Products Colorado is list in silver Washington is eighth In gold Jihoul lie Moorman For the benefit of tho inuiy relatives and friend alio had not the pleasure of seeing Mrs Millie I Mooimnn during her long nnd painful illucrs do I write these llius sistt r She died nt the home of Mrs ELECTROPOISE IMilorial from Central Methodist Calkllfcburg Ky Itev Meek Kdl Unless ten thousand men mainly lor professional men lawyers dot tors t ditor preachi rs and nil classes includ ing the writer are vry much mistaken tho FUctropoise effects cures gives relief where nil other remedies have failed especially Is It t lllcaeious in deli cate feeble women Rev W W llrnr Iltislonville Ky With the Khclmpoiso I have cured n bad case of opium habit in hss than two mouths time tho patient now has no desire for the drug Rev John I Rogers Danville Ky A kins woman of mine who was appar Â¬ ently rapidly sinking into tho grave suffering with sciatic rheumatism in extreme pain night and day in a very short time obtained freedom from all pain walks without crutch or cane ami dt dares that she is well It is a mystery to me almost a miracle Rev W FT Wyntt Morning View Ky I began to Improve from tho first application of s tho wonder working gem my general health is better than it has been in years I believe it to be n Gods given remedy Rev Robt M Harrett Baptist Semi nary Louisville Ky gladly add my testimonial to that of many witnesses for the lCIectropoise Besides other serious troubles I havo cured n severe attnek of lagrippo in onu night treat- Â¬ ment Rev George 11 Means Covington Ky- In ono nights tlmo the lCIectro- Â¬ poise relieved me of brain congestion and vertigo My wife was relieved of a severe attack of neuralgia in one hour Address BuBois A Webb Room 10 Norton Block Fourth and Jeflersou sts Â¬ Â¬ Iilllo Mooimnn hr 20 18W ABSOLUTELY PURE WEDNESDAY JANTAKY 1801 HORTICULTURE Kontuckys Fruit Growers Moot at Elizabothtown February 14 Will Â¬ gold Alaska ranks first in sealskins Itah is third in silver and t nth in Montana is fourth in silver and fourth in gold Florida is third in sugar nnd sixth in rice Many Important Subjects to Bo Discussed and Interesting Papers to Be Head IN Â¬ Idaho is sixth in gold an t seventh in silver Nebraska Is eighth in corn and ninth in rye South Carolina leadsin rice is fifth in cotton THE PROGRAM FULL Minnesota is fourth in wheat eighth in oats Nevada is second in silver in gold nnd fourth The State Horticultural Society will Vermont is fourth in copper and sev Â¬ meet in Klizabetlitown on February 1 1 enth in hops Everyone Interested in fruit 1891 Khode Island is second in cotton and growing is requested to bo present The linen goods ill be presented following program The two IMkotas lead Till tho Slates in i komiim wheat Iresldents annual address Oregon is seventh in fisheries and fif Â¬ Welcome address by J Uo Human Fern teenth in wheat V M Johnson Itesponse by Wyoming is twelfth in cattle nnd Creek The relation of poultry raising to fourteenth in gold Itobt Dulancy Howling New Mexico is eighth in silver nnd horticulture II Kemp New Albany seventh in gold Green How to cultivate and the profit in Dcleware is the twenty first of the cultivating gooseberries llany Kalmi States in apples Stithton New Mexico annually sends out neat How to cultivate and the profit in ly 10000000 in bullion I 0 Strong growing blackberries Louisia a is irnt in sugar third in rice Fern Creek How to cultivate and the prolil in and seventh in cotton Cox V West Virginia is fifth in coal eighth S Rshcw growing grapes in buckwheat and iron Creek S J Uarr Anchorage How to cultivnto and the prollt in Kansas is fifth in cattle nnd corn ninth in hogs horses and coal raising quinces general discussion Planting and cultivation of fruit Maine is fith in buck wheat eighth in trees J L Poblen Klizabcthtown hops ninth in potatos Uelativo profit in growing oranges in Georgia exports every year over las Florida and peaches in Kentucky 000000 worth of watermelons L Talbott Kliabethtown Virginia is firit in peanuts second The most profitable way to use refuse 1 Howling in tobacco and eighth in salt Crit Alexander fruit Now Hampshire is third in cotton Green The advantage of buying from a homo and fifteenth in potatoes V V M Samuels Clinton J nursery Arkansas in cotton btands fifth in Knadler Valley Station mules ninth in lumber twelfth What has tho Kentucky Experiment Tennessee is second in peanuts third general Station done for horticulture in live stock ninth in cotton discussion North Carolina is firot in tar second in What is it doing for horticulture copper third in panuts fourth in rice Prof W C Matthews Lexington Arizona is fith in silver oigth in sheep The pleasure and profit in horticulture H F Hillenmeyer of Lexington and live stock and ninth in gold product The relation of a cannery to horti- Â¬ Connecticut has IIOOOO farms The to culture II ASonuners Eliabethtown bacco product in 18S0 was 1000000 The relation of a creamery to horti- pounds culture ii F Cofer Eliabethtown Alabama is fourth in cotton fifth in Havo our fruit trees become less molasses sixth in sugar seventh in rice general discus- tenth in coal hardy and if so why sion Florida produces over 50 varieties of Care and culture of apples to bear the orange The annual crop is about ing Hon G W Itlchardson Guston Y jOOOO boxes Massachusetts is first in fisheries sec Care and culture after bearing ond in commerce third in manufactures Henry Dink West Point Caro and culture of peaches to bear- Â¬ and printing Kentucky is first in tobacco fourth in Win Chcnault Klizabethtown ing whisky sixth in hogs eighth in rye and Win Goodin Tonieville Hen mules Caro and culture after bearing Mississippi is second in cotton fifth in Laswcll Colesburg Salt for peach trees J 15 Withers rice sixth in horses and mules and sev Â¬ enth in sugar Muldraugh Indiana is third in wheat fourth in general Growing crops in orchards corn and hogs seventh in cattle and raildiscussion Tho relations of the apiary to horti- ways eighth in coal Idaho produces 1300000 bushels of Win Cook Howling Green culture wlicat 1000000 worth of fruits and L Samuel Fisher Hoston general dis- 000000 pounds of wool Cold storage for fruit Texas is first in catle and cotton sec cussion How to build an apple house Jno ond in sifgar sheep iiul mules seventh in cows eighth in hogs II Stewart Kliabethtown New Jersey is first in silk manufact Peach culture in the highlands ures nnd ziuk fourth in iron sixth in around Now Albany Hon J II Stot buck wheat and seventh in rye sonberg New Albany Tho best table and commercial grapes As a remedy for coughs and colds for Kentucky Hon II II Young and Ayers Cherry Pectoral has never been Judgo W L Dulaney equaled Its name is a household word Tho members of tho society are urged to be present and if that is impossible UGLY WOMEN they aro urged to prepare and send a paper on tho subject for which they nro is appointed and if anyone feels liko writ- Â¬ It Held That Cultivating the Intellect Causes Them to Lose Beauty Â¬ ing on any other subject it will bo appreciated Address all communications to A physician who has had much expe Â¬ Jesse L Talbott Pres Kliabethtown rience of the insane has ixauiiiied the Ky or J C Hawes Fern Creek brains of 1100 subjects Ho comes to the conclusion that nature makes palpa Considers it a household necessity ble differences between male and female Mr A J Whiting Newton Kansas brains First there js a difference in accentuates his opinion thus 1 have weight the male being heavier possibly used Dr Hulls Cough Syrup in my by ono ounce relative to weight of body family for tho last eight years and con second while tho frontal lobes aro equal sider it a household necessity in the sexes the parietal aro larger in the male and tho occipital in the female Stub Ends of Proverbs who consequently has quicker percep Kxporicnco comes high but wo must tions third tho female brain is less convoluted in tho gray matter nnd has less havo it When a mans passion is in his brain surface fourth tho blood supply is inoro ho loves poetry when it is in his heart copious in the anterior lobes in the malo and the posterior has a largo r supply in ho loves women Doubt tho honesty that needs to bo tho female and these parts havo dllleront activities Tim blood of the female is told More women lovo rascally men than also poorer in corpuscles there being a half a million less in a cubic millimeter men lovo rascally women If ono wants fortune ho must not bo Ho fears that the tendency of too much ovor particular about how ho grubs iter education or intellectual development In women is to make them lose beauty He as she flies aro women of India Instances the Latent energy is akin to lazlnrbs Sarcastic pjoplo should wear gloves on They nro supreme They woo the men control the afTairs of tho homo and na- Â¬ their words Wo criticize the strong and pity tho tion transmit properly ami leave man nothing to do The result is that they weak am tho ugliest women on earth Chica Talent is hereditary genius is not Intellect is a ilewomaiiizer Detroit go Herald Free Press 7ifiii7fhaTpluT 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and on the rollowingdayiu tho presence of many relntivtn and frlendc her re mans were Interred in tho family bury Â¬ ing ground at the old hoint stead I wish to say n few words not that it is nlwnys customary but becauso in justice to her and for the consolation of nil who knew nnd loved her do I write tills ski Ich Tho it womail of extraonllnaiy power of body and mind that lilted her for any position in life yet tis not of Tub Way to Talk An old nnd ex Â¬ things like this I would speak Her perienced commercial traveler made me christian character is tho picture I would draw nil other graces the back ground this little speech a few days ago She was n consistent member of Do you know that tho distressed countenauccs of sonio of Cloverports tho Goshen church from her early girl Â¬ leading citizens nro enough to give n hood was forty three years old when stranger tho nguc and that their conver she dhd and tho mother of eight clitl sation would make a man dio of the fear dien seven living nnd one dend In of poverty even if he had millions in the tho midst of her family is where her bank Why Inst ad of looking at tlio christian graces slioii tho brightest bright side of things they actually draw trying to instill into tho minds and scenes of Imaginary darkness and disaster hearts of those she loved lesssus of nnd dole them out in long faced bewailing truth and righteousness to fit tiiem for tones if they can find n listener Why happiness here and in tho life to come I actually believe some of theso people Her sufferings were painful in the ex here closely exunino tho sheets to their treme for many weeks before her di nth bed when they retlretoflnd the blackest yet sbo was ever kind and patient grateful to her dear ones nnd friends for side to lay on Do you know that this financial de Â¬ every attention even tho slightest tho pression nnd clog In the wheels of busi Â¬ the entire family were constant nnd untiring in their attentions to give her all ness has no solid foundation to rest on And old so loving and exists only in tho minds of the peo Â¬ the comfort possible ple When Cleveland was elected every and tender toward her aged mother for Republican in the land turned calamity whom sbo felt the greatest sympathy in howler and many Democrats bonowed this another great sorrow She said she their thunder This caused the loss of could plainly woo now Gods denllncs confidence and men of money began to with her In taking her little boy to him- Â¬ self She idt that ho was just beyond close their fists the river waiting for her and she was There is no cause forall thisbowailiug if the poople would only think so Why nixious to got She was impress d that Cloverport has suffered less than nny comfort and rest came to her In answer other town on my route and the busi Â¬ to prayer mid sho loved to think of ness of the paco lias been exceedingly Gods precious promises Her mother good hut one would imagine when he sat by her and held her baud until she strikes the town that the majority of the breathed her last assisting her in re Â¬ peating nnny passages so full of com people had lost a near and dear relative and had not yet recovered from tho fort to tho lying christian She was the wife of Richard Moorman shock What Cloverport people want to do is of Meade county and daughter of the RoSetlsoii of Hrcckenridge to put on bright looks Gazo old Hard late Win A Fiiiini times nquarely in the face and look him county out of countenance Cheer up and During tho epidemic of la grippe instead of complaining of the past boast Chamberlains Cough Remedy took the of what good times nro in the future Instead of echoing tho buwailings of lead hero and was much better liked II M than other cough medicines street corner Republican politcians Hangs druggist Chatswotth IH The they aio always distres ed when they aro out of power talk biniiu gs and do it in grip is much the same as a very severe an encouraging manner You all want cold nnd k quires precisely tho same This Remedy is prompt and to put your best foot forward nnd you treatment clfeetunl and will prevent any tendency will see that 1801 will be the most pros Â¬ of tho disease toward pneumonia For perous year you havj cwr had If wo will all stop and think wo will sale by A R Fisher Cloverport nnd Co Hnrdiusburg see that there is truth in this mans Kinchcloc Meador Druggists woids Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 tmmmwmmmm When you Want a Lawyer Do you nsk all the attorneys you know to mnko a bid nntl then employ tho cheapest nnd knowledge Do you not rather look for tho mnn whose skill of law insures thorough elforl in yourjntercsts The samo principle applies in the putcliaso of Dry Goods t Clothing Hats Gaps - Boots hoes Articles is a vital question to you OUR COUSIN BAT This Louisville Ky EXODUS OF FOREIGNERS The diUcreoce bctwecnpoor Dry leathery Winged Nocturnalist Goods poor Clothing and the best Is a Perfect Littio Man Irom Corhctls When Mitchell rnnettie ifilm He h id no Idea that Hed t luck home wth noe so sore fiat iti ktr pil QiiTi A Heskmiiiaxci Its a littio old but with a few modern amendments tacked on it is still good Kxi Mav WIi wh wli why does theOhio riveriu ilsme me me iiie nn Meandering K M Yes yes thats it meander Â¬ ing Now why docs tho Ohio river in its mcanderin course res mble the ups and downs of tho varied life of a drunk Â¬ en gambler M M Hecauso it occasionally gets 1 hats easy give me another on a high one K M No sir Youro wrong try it again M M M M M K M Mhidie Mav to tell you Cause its way Is crooked Wrong again I guess Ill havo Well go on then and tell it It takes on the good Old Monongahela at Pittsburg comes Wheeling pist West Virginia shoves a Hig Sandy at Catlettsburgh getsu Licking nt Cincinnati meets tho Dark and Woody at Carrolltonj gets n fall at Louisville tho Suit of tho land at West Point catches a Green at Kvansvillo and is down in the mouth at Cairo Â¬ C C V Corliiln Corn Curo removes corn wirl IiiiiiIoii AVnrriiii hioIoh anil viiIIoiinc led Hco flint C V V Is blown every bottle TnUo no oilier Ih Are good for aro treated moro biicceis fully by ParksTt a Is not n cathartic on griping or palnyet indv s tho bowels every day A It Fisher druggist Tun HaiDIt Hiow or Am Tho re cent cold snap drove most all tho candi dates to cover and n group of theso smiling gentlemen were assembled in ono of our accomodating hotel lobbies one day lust week recounting their prospects and relating their experiences in canvassing tho dear voter Several younger men had related some amusing experiences when an old stager spoke up and said Gentlemen it is a raro thing that a candidato meets a man who is against him though you occasionally run upon ono who is opposed to you and honest enough to say so hut tho worst gig of all and the one that tears your heart Into tho most shreds is tho man thntcouus to you nnd snya that ho is for you is going to do all ho can for you but is compelled to voto for tho wind tho stomach flatulother man entirely overlooking the ency distress after eating etc nil point conclusively to a bad condition of tho fact that votes aro what you want most stomach and bowels and all such disor- Â¬ ders should bo corrected nt once Tiikv Hotii Wox A couploof weeks Mr II L Wilson Stumptown W Lightning Hot Drops is the ngo a young Cloverport couple were disÂ¬ Va enys cussing tho evils and filthincssof tobacco best medicine I over used for pains for cramps and colic in children it chewing Tho yomg man In tho caso beat For flux it Is tho king cant be was a slave to tho weed and tho young Jin K U IHenklnsliip ot Tooley W ladys cutting thrusts wore nil dlrcctod Va hns this to say last April I had nt him individually Finally a bet of n an extremely sovero attack of diarrhen j had twenty one actions of my bowels In kiss against a pair of tho smallest sized leas than two hours I took thrco dosee rubbers was made that ho could not of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved ubstaln from chewing for a poriod of mo instantly Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest sur- Â¬ two weeks the young la ly hoplug that est quickest remedy ever comjiounded if sbo could keep his mouth clean for for each and all of thu ubove complaints this length of time that probably ho Moreover it cures all pains external and would abstain forever Jt is hardly internal and is tho best safeguard known necessary to my that with such a rich to destroy tho evil effects of a change of water or diet wager in sight tho young man won and ened children Pleasant to take Sweet liko it Lightning Hot pulled down tho stakes However Drop is sold by all dealers in medicine through tho RraelouMicss of his heurt at 25c and 60c a bottle on the guaran Â¬ No relief no nay Try it onco tho young lady got tho coveted rubbers tee aso Nuw it conifH nut that tho young Ho apt dccolved Look for Trado Murk nati-- -j gathering heibs Mado only nvnpo gruco never did stop ehuwing but of kept it upon the sly all through the by IIib Medicine Co Springfield Ohio time of probation For sale by Short Haynes druggists Tisim Cloverport Ky Â¬ Â¬ Most curious in oiigin of all nocturnal Departures for the Mother Countries insect hunters h in ever nre tho leathery Are Far in Excess of the Arrivals winged hats which may be ngatded practically speaking as very tiny mon EUROPEANS ARE GOING HOME kejH highly specialized for the ta k of catching nocturnal flees and midges Few people know how nearly they are Emigration from the United States has relati d to us They belong to the self steadily exceed d immigration into the samo division of the hiulier mammals as United States since the turning of the man and thu apes theirskcleton nnswers Â¬ tide was noti d last August nnd tho exto ours bone for bone and joint forjoint odus to Europe promisi s to attain phe Â¬ in an extraordinary manner only the unnomenal proportions before the cud of essential fact that they havo very long the year Tho reportof the Immigration dingers witli n web between as an organ Bureau for the fiscal year ending June of flight prevents us from instanty and 30 indicated clearly that thu heavy inflow instinctively recognizing them ns remote of aliens during the past few years had cousins once removed from the gorilla been checked but only tho uupublisl ed Tho female bat in pirticular is absurd Â¬ records of the succeeding montis reveal ly human Most of them feed oflinsccts tho remarkable check caused us is be- Â¬ alone but a few like the famous vam- Â¬ lieved by the sprpad in Europe of the pire bats of South America take a mean Freaks of Figures late financial panic here advantage of sleeping animals and suck If nu ordinary business man was asked Theso reports show a steady and in- Â¬ their blood after the fashion of mos- Â¬ to state how much is ono thousand one creasing diminution in the numberof ar- Â¬ quitoes as they liu defenseless in thu fort sts or on tho open pampas Others hundred nnd one dozen he would most rivals and a proportionate increase of de- like the flying foxes of tho Malay archi- Â¬ likely reply without nny hesitation one partures pelago make a frugal meal off fruits and thousand one hundred and twelve Thu Italians aru leading tho exodus at vegetables but even these are persistent Ho might without violating 1112 the present time but thu Germans be Â¬ night fliers They hang head down- Â¬ ward from the boughs of trees during tho customs of the country put the fig- Â¬ gan it They nre not all Germans who the hot tropical daytime but sally forth A dom is com ures nt 1083 or 1HS book for Germnn ports but most of them nt night with Miltons sons of Belial to monly supposed to bo twelve single are They were in lines of business it rob tho banana patches and invade thu A things A bakers dozen is thirteen is supposed nearer tho center of the f- plantain grounds of thu industrious native Tho bat is a lemur compelled by doen of cotton yarn is just ono hank inancial storm when it first broke and diro need to become a flying night bird composed of twelve cuts A dozen of they felt the ollect before tho industrial- Â¬ Comhill Magazine fish in some localities is twenty six and ly lower raco did Moreover they wero a dozen of pottery in the wholesale in tho tnoro crowded trades and Were Judge Waxems Proverbs trade may mean two oi it may mean moat quickly driven to the wall AnCongresshnnl filibusters air paityzan fifty pieces not depending on tho size other consideration of interest is that the patriots weight etc of tho jugs bowls plates Germans who nre going home aro desti- Â¬ You don git a warrantee deed to a etc tute while tho Italians are of the well vote when you buy it A printers 1000 is only 000 but it to do class of their race Lobbyists make their profiits oaten the takes 1200 staves to make a 1000 in some Somo idea of the duration of the di- differens between what they buy a legi- Â¬ sizes that are made for oxport In many minution of immigration enn bo got slated voto f r and what they git for it of tho trades the terms dozen hun- Â¬ from the record of previous panic years Tho limbics t critter on this erih is a in dred nnd thousand do not bear their literal Fnglish meaning but a technical In 1834 n small panic had some influence dividijulo lookin fi r nn oflis nnd wantin one peculiar to each trade as in stone undoubtedly in decreasing tho arrivals it bad work lath shingles nnd cotton yarns of aliens fiom 0o3io in that year to 45 Tho mugwump is a thery not a condi This technical perversion of plain Kug 274 in the next In 1830 however the shun Use extends to most of our weights and A candidate is fuller uv promhsesthan measures Thus n callon mny bo 251 totaj rose to 70212 Tho panic of 1837 cubic inches or It may bo 2o In the was general hi Europe and in the United a yaller dog is uv flees school arithmetics four quarts inako a States and immigration dropped from Patriotism is tho fiddle politics is tho gallon eight gallons make a bushel hut 70310 in that year to 38911 in 1838 It bo- in practice it takis forty quarts to make Campano mud aint much dcrticr than a bushel of corn beans etc That is be Â¬ rose again In 1831 to 08019 but did cause only the thu liquid measure quart not recover till 1840 when 84000 arriv- Â¬ them that sling it 211 cubic Inches to tho gallon is in use ed Theres mlty few men in polliticks that while tho dr measure gallon contains The next general depression abroad will tell all they kno till judgment day 20 cubic inches Self Help as well us here was in 1857 240945 irr Tho aveiidgo United States senator is migrants landed in that your but In 1858 more in bulk than ho is in heft Detroit f only 110501 camo In 1859 the total Freo Pass 118010 was still lower andin 1800 it had risen only to 150237 nearly 40 per cent FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN lower thau in 1857 when the war reduced immigration to 80721 In 1873 a Alarm for Its Invasion of America period of depression began hero which lasted nearly six years Well Foundod Thu totals of immigration for eight years resulted as follows 1873 439803 The telegraphic dispatches of January 1874 313339 j 1875 227498 j 1870 108088 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew in Berlin 15 cases and 10 deuths being 1877 141857 j 1878 138409 1871 177820 1880 457257 reported Just now when nn epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among tho nlarming possibili- Â¬ All Sorts Assorted ties nil stomach and bowel troubles as Cliurlc magne woro an 8000 robu sume nn importance boyond thu ordi- Â¬ nary and should meet with prompt John Hull has 5000 lady gardners treatment Cholera morbus rholera In- Â¬ Paris lias 4 000 American residents fantum diarrhea dysontnry flux colic California reports a 300 pound fish and cramps Â¬ on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ if you arc interested If you are looking for the best goods at fair prices drop in and see us JACOB MEYER BIG SPUING KY New Wall Paper Beautiful Spring Patterns at 3c per single roll ii ii 4 p Q ii II v- - ii II ii l 15 ii ii ii 25 Borders to match Estimates furnished BABBAGBS -- THE POPULAR FAVORITE V KIS ME GUM - Nearly Half a Million Cakes - Consumed Every Week V Â¬ Britain owns half tho ocean ships Tho Ponusy has 3000 locomotives Loudon theaters employ 12000 per sons Germany bus a railway dating from 1835 NO GRIT NO DIRT That is Why Everybody Chews KIS ME ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON mm m k iwi Llbtrm yeurl exports 10000000 pounds of coffee Germany sends us lOOIOO canary bhds annually A Scotch farmer has arranged to do all his work by nn electric motr Bamboo litis been known to grow to a height of 30 feet in nil weeks Thu average- - trip around tho world comprises about 22000 miles of travel About 25000 people ro killed uvory year in India by wlliLbeasts and reptiles Tho city of Caracas Venezuela hud a population of 50000 in 1810 and 70000 in 1831 DPRITCHEY MANAUCN Carnullan is greatly improved by ex Â¬ posure to tho sun and the heating in oarthcrn tots Aluminium Is to bo used on the ac- Â¬ coutrements of the Gorman at liiy to de Â¬ TFiHui crease the weight W3J ouisyilleKy uiuunnn DrsrAneis IwrUadcbyklulnMlitMuUooJNULUimifUMWriou -- Llfc ri HKKUM M 11 4 T Ira a written euttriintea to cure or refund t le niy ill dfOMLU AikfoclMJlomhr WrlafnrfrMMadlIHMkutZiit xfl tk Inn lapiMuwiapiwr Auarnen VEHEtM UOMioutoTiiiICnicAQii KufialalBCoirportK7brA K tWIllVUund ti C C MAUT1N llrosfliu ulanliwtileli Ten pociei overexertion rrora or to InHrmttv rnmumnthin tn4atli carrlud ldpertKsuiur9At Dull nruu ut tobaccounopiumnrl 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