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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - il LiJUIJJ - JjA fllMlTTtL THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII THE OLD FENOE OATE CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1894 one piece of tho pipe In the chimney whllo Laura holds It up with the broom Tho pipe dont go together of course and Totnmio works till the sweat stands on 4 his face In great drops and rolN down his cheek and tickles his chin as ll drops oil Six Mon Aro Blown Into Eternity At a Saw Mill in Davioss into her eye Then the broom slips off the pipe and in her endcavcr to n cover County her hold sho jobs Tommlo under the chin with tho broom Tho plio falls down on her head filling her hair and Bodies Torn Into Shreds and Heads neck with soot So the world rolls on and Limbs Soparated From bringing tho tips and downs of married lifo And tho blessings of old ago comes the Trunks with happy memories of tho past and quiet confidence of the future comes with shilling peace and backward dn ami The Awful Disaster Occurred Last Comes until ono day tho eye of of ago Tuesday Morning January tho restless old reaper rests upon them both From the Maysvllle Tribune 30th NO 29 ll t ncc K1 Thr olil Icticc KUc Willi It rnt I itch inil It pmel straight -O lt wlnglnKCirljr nml crenKlnR lutr Iur It rlililtn now liy the canillilnte I It twing and ltiK Where the Jug flow Trie Will ou vole lor me Will you vote for me I The old fence Kate the old fence Kite Where the tow head children watch mid wait lnrthc long tlck cnndy hard mTfale I hat Is pissed to them liy the candid ite It Mvlngs anil sings Whero the Jug lows frcel V you vole for me Will jou vole lor me f Atlanta Constitution BOILER BURST mill were torn out of all shape and utter ly ruined The outfit wits worth prob Â¬ Â¬ HUNTING THE ANTELOPE ably J000 1IIK tINIOIlTLNVTIS lUlllhli How tho Navnjo Indians Mercilessly Â¬ THE PLAGUY Wo Hayo GIRLS No Record of Them as Ever Having Been Born But Thoy Just Grew Up Essay by A F Parkinson Esq As Read Before The Northwood An excellent ro nody Is what Mr W II Ames 712 S 17th St St Louis Mo gays of It in these words I have used Dr Hulls Cough Syrup and found It to bo an excellent remedy for coughs and colds DRY BOILER COLD WATER Next morning the remains of the unfortunate in ii who wero blown in pieces by thu boiler explosion mar were interred Tho body of Taylor Pans was shlppfd to Big Cliffy Ky and that of Ed Holder was sent to Grant county for burial John Mueer Will Vitrblo ond Itobert Long wero buried in the neighborhood Mr Mercer was sixty years old Will Varble his was thlrty lhe jeurs old ntul Hobert Long sixteen years old Jim Mercer the son of John Mercer did not die as reported but was very seriously hurt being struck in tho bauk by n piece of fljlng timber Among tho list of the dead was tho name of Hobert Salee which should have been Hobert Long Hobert or Dock Salee as ho is called was hurt in the leg Thero was no Inquest held over tho Crow-llick-ma- n son-in-la- Slaughter Game In the Great West Ncedloss Destruction Of Life Chas B 0 T Skillman ALL KINDS OP Literary Society Published hy ltcquest Fruit Machinery When wo consider tho vast difference between tho price of labor in American gardens and orchards and tho low prices paid in tho Old World it is a matter of surpriso to foreigners that wo can com- Â¬ pete so successfully with them in their markets They attributrt it to our fine climate and good soil yet thero aro not wanting some intelligent fruit cultivators who belie vo that these conditions aro just tho reerse that America has prob- Â¬ ably tho worst cllmato In tho world for tho successful growth of fruits and that it is simply American genius which over- Â¬ comes theso dilllculties and thus gives them the command of tho worlds mark Â¬ ets But It Is In tho far West and espe- Â¬ cially along tho Pacific Slope whero thousands of acres are devoted to fruit culture and tho fruit Industries are among the most profitable of the State revenues that this adaptation of art to overcome nature is more apparent per Â¬ haps than in tho Eastern States For in- Â¬ stance in tho matter of the almond our readers may not generally know that the almond is really the parent of the peach tho peach is simply an almond which has learned to develop a succulent flesh over the stone an almond is simply a peach with a dry sholl over It instead of tho fleshy coating which c vers the peach When ripo It splits open just as the bur of a chestnut would do in order In tho old to allow the stone to escape world theso almonds are shelled by hand women and children are employed at al- Â¬ most nominal wages for tho work but in California where they have learned to ralso almonds that thoy can sell even more cheaply than tho Old World people can sell theirs they have invented a tmchino by which tho nuts aro shelled Theso almonds pass between rollers which have a cog likcsurfaco tho sepa rate cogs held in placo by springs so adjusted as to allow tho passage of the nut under a sufficient pressure not sufficient torrack tho shell following tho nuta are then separated from tho loose frag Â¬ ments of hulls by a fanning arrangment Tho machine is worked by either horso or mule power Tho only surpriso Is that such inventive genius is not devel- Â¬ oped in tho Old World Tho genoral impression is that tho superior habits of observation engendered by our system of public school education have a great deal to do with tho cultivation of theso inventive faculties Medians Monthly Â¬ Â¬ Tho Owensboro Messenger gives the following account of tho disaster Yesterday morning about 7H0 oeloek on the farm of Mr John Mercer about ono mile from Crow Hickman ono of bodies Life is Misery To many people who have the taint of scrofula in their blood Tho agonies caused by tho dreadful running sores and other manifestations of this disease aro beyond description There is no other remedy equal to Iloods Sarsa pirilli for scrofula salt rheum and every form of blood disease It is reasonably sure to benefit nil who give it a fair Girlp the beautiful llttlo creatures V A v j- t I nuvor Were born but grow Wo have no record of any girls until we read of Cain going Into the Land of Nod and took unto himself a wife So they must liavc sprung up in that land liken innsli loom on tliu Dakota prairies Girls those days were not much as we find thorn at tho present time Just imagine tho girl of to day golna into her dressing room and finding it destituto of the evening dress the curling Iron tho box of Lily White or cream balm and tho Blush of ltose to put on that beauthul rosy check Then ogain we all so much admire imagine the disappointment of her fellow that evening when he goes to part with her not to get a mouthful of paint But girls these days do not grow so fast Tljo first wo notice the girl is when she is old enough to start to school Then we seo troops of them trotting oT to bcIiooI with book in hand and hear their merry laugh and the clatter of their little ton- Â¬ gues as they practice their mothers fav oiito pleasure of having tho last word Then we seo her sis she is all fixed up in her beet Sunday clothes trotting off to Sunday school Seo the swing sho has Even at this age sho has tho pride so characteristic of tho American people Then again wo seo her as her mamma has fixed her up to attend somo children party and somo innocent little boy steps up to her and lays his hand on tho sleovo of her dress to express bis admira- tlon of her and she says dont touch nr you will get my clean dress all dirty Poor little fellow mortified chagrined and ashamed he looks all around to see if any ono has heard it finding tbero has not lie slips off to play with tho other Girls amusements differ vory boys much from those of tho boy She will play for hours with her dolls and dishes Whllo tho boy not content with so quiet amusement gets out ties tin cans to the Then says sick neighbors dos tall em Tho last seen of tho dog he was going down tho back alloy at a 240 gait and all tho boys in town after him But I am loosing sight of tho girl Sho is now getting old onough to fix her own hair It has to bo banged and crimped and curled and it takes all the evening after school to get it upon papers or tin leadsand all tho morning before school She annoys hours to get it down again her teacher by writing notes to her fel- Â¬ low for she is getting so she is looking for a fellow by this tijne Sho is now getting ready to go to a party for tho first time in long dresses and attempts for the first time to curl her hair with a curling iron and burns her ear drops tho iron on tho floor and burns a hole in the carpet At last sho has the tedious task finished Sho looks for her sisters First seeing that ponder and finds it the door is securely locked proceeds to put it on Sho gets through and wonders If any one will notico It At last she is ready and goes down to tho parlor to wait forToramlo Totnmio conies and they start out she forgets her fan and has to go back after it At the party at last Her chum Is there waiting for her and they trot off to tho cloak room to take off Oh I My Laura she says her wraps when they get whero the light ctrikes What have you got on your her face face by the dim light of room sho has got the powder on in streaks and patches and she looks as though sho had just dome out of a flour barrel Tho noxt year Is a porfect round of pleasure dances socials picnics and pleasure rides tho over attentive Tom uilo by her side supplying her wants of candy lemonade soda water and ice cream Her brother attempts to hug her occasionally and musses her rullles and gets cuffed for it Hut Tommlo comes that evening and makes the most hopo- less terrible wreck of that rufllo lace or footing it can be distorted into and tho reproof be gets Is the reproachful mur- Â¬ Then he mur must j ou go so goon does not make a movo to go until the alarm clock goes off up stairs and tho old man is heard around building tho fire in the kttchon stove Ho gently gets While she out and skips for horns slips quietly Into her room changes her dress and goes out into the kitchen gap Â¬ ing and yawning as though sho had Just been aroused from a sonud slumber At lost Tommlo and Laura aro married after tho usual wedding trip is over they go to keeping house Tho first thing they do is to put up a kitchen stove One that Touiiniua father lias given them to start with Tommlo gets himself perched on two chain and gets the most horrible accidents that has ever been known In tho history of tho county occurred Tho boiler of a portable saw mill belonging to Mr Taylor Paris exploded killing five men instantly and fatally Injuring another so that ho died a few hours afterward trial Those killed were Hooks Taylor Paiiis owner of the mill Â¬ Jiius euro all llir ills John flKitcuit Bon Lomj El tlOLDKIt Georgia Ho Mountaineer Bill Vauiiik Jim Mbiileii fatally Injured and died in a fuw hours A fire had been built in the fire box of the engine and a very small amount of water was in tho boiler Taylor Paris John Mercer Bob Long Bill Varble anil Ed Holder were standing neartheengine Wants But Little Hero Below But Wants That Little Strong ANOTHER ASSIGNMENT L Goldsmith the Owensboro Main Street Clothier is Foroed to the Wall Another disturbing wavo rolled over the commercial surface of Owonsboro last Thursday This was caused by tho assignment of L Goldsmith the clothier Tho break was a surpriso tu it was thought that fcr Goldsmith was on a solid footing Ho has been doing busi Â¬ ness in Owonsboro for ten years and al Â¬ ways received a liberal sharo of tho patronage However tho recent short sales so cramped his affairs that the assign Â¬ ment was necessary that his creditors might sharo alike All exemptions al- Â¬ Mr Abo lowed by law arfi claimed Hirsch Is mado the assignee Mr Goldsmith Is indebted to eastorn firms to the amount of 20000 whllo it is supposed that his assets will probably Tllfl break is IlOt rnnnli l lint limnilllt bo bad and his many friends hope that ho may bo ablo to bridge over and at an early date resume his business Â¬ The engineer Hobert getting warm Beeves did not like tho way his engiuo was running and as Taylor Paris pre Â¬ pared to turn a lot of cold water into tho red hot boiler warned him of the dan- Â¬ Seeing that Paris was going to ger turn the water in ho ran behind u largo tree not far distant and escaped unhurt Taylor Paris suffered tho penalty of his rashness and was blown into atoms along with tho other men standing near Tho eflects of the explosion were ter- Â¬ rible tho ground being plowed up by tho fragments pieces of Iron being hurled with awful velocity in all directions and the men being torn Into pieces and scat tered over an area of several acres in ex- Â¬ tent Pieces of flesh wero scattered in all directions Arms and legs and heads were left dangling from tho branches of the trees or scattered along tho surface The body of ono of the of tho earth unfortunate men was dashed against a treo about forty feet distant from the engine and such was tho force with which it was traveling that It parted nearly at middlo ono ploco going on ono sido of the treo and the second on the other Where tho body struck the tree was about 20 eet from the ground Two of the unfortunate mon had their heads blown off and tho body of ono of theso was blown against a treo where it stopped but an arm was torn off and carried about thirty feet Tho fragments of arms legs and bod- Â¬ ies wero gathered together as completely as possible it being necessary o cut down seven largo trees in tho attempt The details of tho accident aro so horrible und bloody and sickening that they To get nn idea can hardly bo imagined of it it is necessary to have been thero Jim Mercer a son of John Mercer was hurt in the small of tho back so that ho Ho was picked was unablo to walk up and carried into tho house whero ho was examined by Dr W E Holmes On tho first examination only n brulso on tho back was found and tho doctor was unablo to tell whether ho was hurt internally or not That such was tho case however is evidonced by tho fact that ho died within a few hours Somo distance away Dock Saleo was rolling a log A pieco of the lying iron struck him on tho leg tearing its way through tho flesh Thero is little dan go r of his dying though amputation may bo necessary Tho noise and shock of tho explosion wero heard and felt for miles around residents in the southern portion of the city having had their attention attract Â¬ ed by tho rattling of windows on that side of tho hcuso and tho jostling of dishes on tho table In n short while a largo crowd had gathered at tho scene of tho disaster and during the day about 1500 visited tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Of Whore Him It Is Applicable Ignorance Is Bliss Twero Folly To Be Wise HAPPIEST PEOPLE ON EARTH- - place DUappointmmt is felt at tho premature decline of Amer Â¬ ican womeu Habits of Ufa have much to do with prevailing conditions Their correction will improve coming gene- Â¬ rations and corrective medicines hae just as much to do with the present Dr Fonners Kidney and Backache Cure is a positive specific in all kidney compluints gravel stone in bladder female weakness and Irregularities moth on face etc Improves appetite and digestion corrects and restores to normal action all organs of the body Also cures and purifies the blood headache backache dropsy rheumatism skin diseases drowsiness sleep lciwuess dullness and brings freshness and bloom to the cheek elasticity to the step and cheerfulness and content Â¬ ment to the mind If satisfaction not given money refunded Costs nothing to try it Take home a bottle to day Â¬ John Mercer was well known in this city as a hard working upright man and his death will bo regreted by many Ho was In Owonsboro tho day before and paid 500 on his farm which was part of tho Hickman estate Ed Holder was a son of Jim Holder whb has been in the sawmill and lumber Taylor Paris was business for years originally from Gnyson county and had not lived in the neighborhood long Tho other men woro residents of tho nelgbor hood all being single mon Wagons wero sent to this city for colllus for the unfort Â¬ unate victims of the explosion Tho mill had beon Inoporatlon on Mer Â¬ cers placo but n fow months Tho boil- Â¬ er however had been in use for a num Â¬ ber of yea It was a horizontal tubular boiler of about 15 horse power and set ou wheels It was blown literally into fragments though tho forco of the explosion seemed to have been princi Â¬ pally forward All appurtenances of the Â¬ Tho mountaineer with his covered wagon laden with apples and cabbage is beginning to wend his way to our town He und his says tho Toccoa Ga News coneyanco make a picturesque sight but of this fact he is as ignorant as he is of tho ways of fashionable society Up among tho spurs of tho Bluo Hldgc whero tho otniosphero is puro mid brac- Â¬ ing whero cool clear springs burst bold ly from tho craggy hillsides and rush gleefully seaward and where nature pre Â¬ sents somo of her most charming phases tho mountaineer has built an unpreten tious house Though perhaps not fully appreciative of his surroundings he loves the mountain and his humble and peace- Â¬ ful mode of lifo An ancient philosopher has said that man approaches nearest to perfect happiness who has fewest Measured by this rule the wants mountaineer is quito n happy individual He desires no better houso or furniture and no finer clothing than ho possesses His little farm furnishes him an abund ance of corn for bread and for mounrye wheat cabbage etc tain dow whllo chickens innunierublo Hnarin around bis cabin and rosy eheeked apples bang In profusion from the orchard trees Ho Is not ambitious and he pines neither for we 1th or fame Tl o old fashioned loom and spinning wheel aro Btlll In use in his household and furnish most of tho cloth used by the family Ho needs a little money to pay taxes aud for somo other purposes occasionlly Ono of tho easiest ways frequently for him to obtain cash is to convert somo of his corn into a liquid form He has no more compunctions of conscience in doing this than the houso wife In making When Jio does jam out of blackberiies not resort to moonshlulng to mako money at this season of thoyearho loads a wagon with cabbage and apples occa sionally putting a jug of mountain dew or a keg of applejack underneath his produce Ho hitches his slow but sure oxen to tho wagon aud Btartsto tho market often twenty five thirty and oven Time is not regarded fifty miles distant as money by him and if he is absent from homo eight or ten days he cares not Ho carries food for himself and cat- Â¬ tle and sleeps in the wagon so his ex When his penso on tho trip Is nothing produco has bojn disposed of ho buys somo salt a llttlo sugar and that is about all If his load brings him 5 or 10 ho considers that all clear profit A llttlo later in the season ho may bo oxpeclod to return with chestnuts Thus for gen Â¬ erations has lived among the grandest sconory in Georgia tho mountaineer in this primitive and slinplo way Perhaps it was of such as ho of whom tho poet said Where Ignoranco Is Is bliss twero Tho mountaineer is a folly to bo wise uniquo character but ho doesnt know it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ people In the West and scarcely any in the East have any idea of thu unique manner in which tho Navajo In dians have fromtlmeimtnemoriil eaught antelopes Thousands of the b autlful creatures Mill abound upon the vatt table lands of Ni w Mexico In thu country just south of the Nuwtjo reservation and between It and tho At- Â¬ lantic and Pacific Hallrondoue frequent ly comes upon long straight rows of tho trunks of trees and the branches of ce Â¬ dar and pine stretching for miles across these treeless plains In many places they are nearly rotting away and only the larger limbs and trunks now mark these lines These aro the ruins of ancient nntelope conals or pens The largo bauds of antelopes have long since been destroyed in this part of the coun- Â¬ try nml only small herds of from five to ten can be seen These aro mostly hunted upon tho American or white mans plan However directly south of Winslow nbout fifty miles distant largo bands of theso graceful creatures still roam and there is in existence thero n new corral that is in running order at tho present time It is hero that tho old men of the tribe who believe in tho ancient manner of catching game enjoy their annual hunt This corral was built in 1S90 by tho order of the old eljief Gauo Mumeho and his son Many lloits As the workings of tho order had nearly died out it was necessary to first hold n season of song to teach tho lesser chiefs their sev Â¬ eral duties for liko tho fraternities of today they require their Grand Master Vice Giunil Master Coiidm tors iuuids Ar After theso iiad been instructed thoroughly a party of nearly two hun dred men and bojs on horseback staited to locate this spot for tho revival of their old spnrt A place was selected whero a slight hill was found upon tho border of a wide prairie Not oxen a sago bush could bo seen and trees for tho corral had to be brought from tho cedar covered bills nearly ten miles away Theso were cut and dragged to the placo by the men and A closo pen ciicu boys on horseback larin form and about 100 feet across was first built against the steep sido of tho hill so that tho tops of tho posts used could not bo seen from the opposite sido Two lines of trees wero then dragged and laid loosely upon the ground but closo enough to appear like n brush fence Theso lines at tho pen aro nbout twenty yards apart and run almost parallel for 100 yards or so and then spread apart at an angle of about thirty degrees and extend for four and a hnlf or five miles When tho party reaches tho corral for the annual hunt tho chief first selects the of liccrs four to watch each point of the compass around tho pen For each a pit is dug deep enough to put him out of sight Tho less spaco acquired tho more the occupant is esteemed and con sidered worthy of protection later on Tho chief and his assistant then take their places at tho right si Jo of tho en trance to the pen standing In a hole dug for tho purpose and just deep enough to hide all except their heads 1roiii- - lla to eight Indians ou tho fleetest horses aro sent out at daybreak to surround n band of antelopes and headthem toward tho corral An antelope when startled keeps as far as possible away from any placo where uu enemy might bo hiding hence they keep as far away from tho wings of tho coral which aro ou either side of them as they can After being closed in upon they cannot turn back as tho drivers are In hot pursuit and they mako a dash for tho top of tho hill which to them appears to bo tho only opening between tho horrid lines of brush fence But alas for them they find themselves enclosed In a stout pen around which thoy run in a circle never trying to jump over The shouts and yells of the Indians at length so com- Â¬ pletely terrify tho poor animals that thoy stand trembling and apparently uncoa clous of the Indians who now approach nml kill them with clubs hatchets stones or anything at hand As many as 230 have beon caught at ono tlmO in this manner and for wholesale destruction of game it surpasses any process in vogue Globe and should be stopped entirely Democrat 1 w Â¬ INSURANCE Â¬ Closing Out Sales Have Commenced With Us I F By mutual agreement we are closing out Â¬ our entire stock of Merchandise to dissolve partnership and by this transaction we propose to give our old friends and customers We the benefit of our entire stock at cost have a full line of everything kept by a So if you have a Dime or a Country Store SIO bill tc spend now is your time to get your bargains Come and seo us quick Â¬ M MEYER CO Â¬ Buras Ky Next Week Wo will have our immense stock of Clothing opened nnd ready for inspection Dont fail to come in mul look through the handsomest lino of Clothing We can fit anybody no matter how large or You over saw in town small how short or tall how fat or slim we can work you in to this We have beautiful lino of Clothing And this is not all wc have Brown Cottons Hoosier Every clay in the week at cents per yard 5 Â¬ cents per yard Stacks of Ginghams at 5 V Â¬ Wo have tho wonderful Dross My dear ladies onu word to you Ilefoim Corset tho only Coiset niailo with a yoko bust peifect filling graceful anil stylish has no equal as a iliess reform garment Wo also liavo 5 dozen Corsets wo will sell at GO and 75 cents Dont fail to come everywhere at flO cts and 100 sold Wo extend a standing invitation to everybody to come anil seo us Bring us your butter eggs chickens lard meat feathers and a little cash By doing this and trading with us for one year you will have saved considerable monoy Yours for Business KATE HOBEN HAUDINSBURG KY Competitors Puzzled Customers Amazed Xovor wero known to soil goods at prices wo are gelling now I BiCCEST CRASH Wo over had in reducing prices I Owe It To suffering humanity to tell thu great benefit my wife has received from Parks Sure Curotho truly great Liver anil Kid Â¬ ney Cure She has beon constitutionally wrecked for several years Tried over thing fruitlessly After much poreua sion from my druggist backed by his guarantee I bought a bottle of Parks Sure Curo and the results are more than W P Bayc82 101 Jones St wonderful Omaha Nob A H Fisher druggist A New Peach MrD L Talbot of EllrabethtownKy has originated a luto Octobor peach that is pronounced by experienced horticul- Â¬ turists to be tho finest lato peach on earth It is a beautiful cling seedling tlno size and color aud a most delicious eating peach Mr Talbot has a small uumber of trees now reudy for setting which ho ha reduced in price from ono dollar to fifty cents each aud is ready to fill orders at onco MUST OVERCOATS 750 for Overcoats worth 1500 GO Prices will drive them 1000 Joseph V Dory of Warsaw III was troubled with rheumatism and tried a number of different remedy but says none of them seemed to do him any good but filially he got hold of ono that speedily cured him Ho was much pleased with it aud felt sure that others similarly afflicted would liko to know what tho remedy was that cured him Ho states for tho benefit of the public that it is called Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by AAt Fisher Clover Meador Hardius- port and Klncheloo burg A good speculation for nnyono if you dont need them at present it will pay you to lay thorn nsido until next soason First como first sorved Como early to avoid tho rush 498 448 348 248 650 1800 1250 1000 000 700 500 The Gash Bargain Store Geo Yeakel Co BRANDENBUEG KY 1fK f m rmWt MnWt THE BREGKENR1DGH NRWS GLOVRRLFORT KY Breckenridge Jno D News 7 1S94 and WEDNESDAY FElHtUAUY 7i 0 Bibtage Edlton Proprlstn Thc ground hoga slx wccks slay In Ills Iiolo will linvo no effect on tho hustling Ho will bo out every ln cnntlldnte from now until tho primary vliclliiT tlio sun shines or pot A citizkV of a town who never has a good word to tny for his homo place but continuously curses and dams it from Hawesvillo to larjMirs Ferry should remember that ho has no string tied to HARDINSBURG L H W noINO BRANDENBURG f icn Kelmnti Is BEWLEYVILLE Finest snow of tho season fell Saturday night Epnorlh L ngito organized iu Uewley vllle Febr Rev G F Cundiff filled his pulpit Sunday nnd Monday BewleyUllo people have reaped a lino ice harvest nil he tcu houses full liewleytlle Lodge No 22 will meet iu their hnll Thursday night Feb 8th IU A call communication to raUe n brother All brother M M Invited to rome nnd see It done The Bowleyvlllo H S went Into winter quniteis Jan 1st but got dissatisfied and wnt for literature and elarte I off again and is now in a healthy condition Mm Jell Jolly soil Gerund Foote n Tom turkey which weighed 28 pounds nnd one to Ernest Henderson which weigh 21 pounds seven-months-ol- d TIME TABLE right sick Pncer pally PasMDRer Dslly srr TUT lUrtliniburg kABT I anlNQ Jill pm 7i40 Iit St Ii T iocnl Tlmo Card 9 48 am VUII and Ezpreii going Etit -- lOSo Wit S21 pm Eait tixprsil V28 pm Weit 1147 am boeai rtlght Kit 9S9 Am West FOR COUNTY JUDGE K are nuthnrlzptl to flnnnuncr I M IAIN II MIT of Menhcnsiinrt as n cumllililc for County juilse of Itnckcnridue enmity milijit tn the action of the Democratli patty rr lUrJImbarg atu him w w Iris said that if Jmlgo Elijah Hoard doesnt succeed in getting thc nomina Â¬ Ultll A Y at a cinllUIr for County ludfce nfltrrckenrldirr county uhjert to the action of V M 7fC are authorlieil to announce JmlncJA tion for County Court Judge ho may get another kind of n nomination before long which mar pleaso him nearly as well the Democratic parly Axexchango says that tho man who gets mad at what tho newspapers say lirK are authorized to announce lIIJAH about him should return thanks three JIOAHI as a candidate for County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party times a day for what tho newspapers to announce JObKlll M lirEare authorized candidate lor County Judge know about him and dont say Eliza MUILKN ai a bethtown News subject to the action or the Democratic party HAIL V ItfK are authorized to announceCounty J Judc 1IAGE a a candidate for subject to the action of the Democratic patty FOR COUNTY CLERK arc authorized to announce It C HICII AUDsONof Lnlon Maras a candidate for County Court Clerk ol llreckenridce county sub Â¬ ject to the notion of the Democratic party K are authorized to announce JKSSK II as a candidate for 1 V MIMiitorUnverport County Court Clerk of llre ckenrldie county sub Â¬ ject to the action of the Democratic party are autnnmeu to announce iapi ii 11AM AMI ol Liotcrpori as a e anuiuaic for County Judge subject to the action of the Itcpubllcan Contention February nth Tin News is glad the JCxecutlvo Com Â¬ mittee of tho Kentucky 1ress Association has nanpd Frankfort for its next place of meeting Its a grand old town and should bo the pride of every Ken tucklau Wo anticipate a pleasant there Â¬ met-t-in- are authorized to announce TAYIOK IIHAHD ol Hardinsburg as a candidate for County Court Clerk ot llreckenridce county sub Â¬ ject to the action ol the Kepubllcan Convention Mn Wileon has risen from ri village school master to one of thc most promi- Â¬ february ulh rK are authorized to announce IltANK A HKAVIN ot the Cloverjort District as a candidate for County Court Clerk or llrtcken ridge County subject to the action ol the Demo cralic party arc authorized to announce J OWKN CUNNIMillAM of Mcphcnsport as a candidate for County Court Clerk ot llre cken ildge County subject to the action ot the Itepub lican Convention 1 ebruary l J are authorized to announce JOHN K MONAUUlof llardlnsbur as a candi Â¬ date for re election to the othce ol County Court Clerk of llreckenridce County subject to the action ol the Democratic party are authorized to announce JOHN D a candidate lur County Court Clerk subject to the action ol the Deinocritic nent and often qunted men in thc land This shows what the one Idea man in politics or in any other calling in life can accomplish if he sets his head in cue direction Go ioni with your Florida climate what do we Kentuckians want with it Uhtckkmuixik Nis Thats so Hut this morning wc would like to have a slice of it to warm by Hardin Independent Go out and get a bucket of coal Weve turned tho gas on llliKIKIt as lty FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR authorized to announce IIKNItY C JAHNKKof lliicltciii j 1 Lamllditv for Assessor subject to the iitinn ot the Demix rilie nrly Diputiis Mr Iuilwill Adkisum Nt picnKtt and Hubert Owen llnck lie IirKare Last week Mr Charles 1 Weaver was inducted into olllce as the Demo Â¬ cratic Postmaster for tho city of Louisville He is the first Democrat to hold Mr the position for over thirty years Â¬ Circuit Court convenes noxt Monday Judge Milton Hoard went to Ixiiiis lllc Saturday Born to the wife of Mr Percy Heard February Uh n girl Mrs Holand Smith of Stephensport wna visiting here last week Miss Jennie Wnrfleld of floserpoit was visiting hero last week Mrs Martha Heston of Leitehlleld was visiting here last week Mrs Win Elder died at her homo near thi place larst Saturday night Mr Sam Hcavin expect3 to move hia family to Jollys Station in a few days Mr John T Wheeler of Union Star is not expected to live but a short time MissSallio Kincheloe is iu very poor health She Is living at Mr Clayton Heards The Republicans look font large crowd hero next Monday to attend their mass meeting Miss Twyinan who has bOcn visiting Ms Blanche Mosely returned home last w eek Mr C M McGlothlau of Union Star was here last Friday and qualified as a Notaiy Public Some extra good 10 blankets at sJlflO nnd 210 n pair cash Tinware at cost Witt et Meador Mr James II Gardner who his been 111 for some time is able to be out nnd nttend to business Mr Phillip Heck announces that he will start a Democratic paper in Hardinsburg In tho near future Heavy overshirts and underwear at Ladies shawls 10 per cent less cost Meador than cost Witt Save up your money and come in February 10th and 1 tli ami bup ahat or a pair of boots at cost Witt it Meador Mr II M McCracken has sold the Miluer tract of land near Jollys Station to Frank Lyons and Granville Wilson 1 Â¬ Dick Ditto is quite himself again Mrs John FraktH has been quite sick Mrs Young went to Louisville last week for a visit Mr and Mrs Geo Frymlre wero In THE IREEPEESSIBLE CONFLICT Between Regular Prices and PanicPrices in Mens Boys and Childrens Cloth Â¬ ing has been adjusted by JULIUS WINTER CO corner of Third and Market Streets Louisville by marking these Panic Prices in Plain Red figures on the tickets and at these prices the goods are sold no matter how great the loss to us The slaughter continues until further notice town histTliuredny Iaiii Richardson attended Miss Mamie Daugheitys cotillion at Fkroti last Fii day night MisaEula Dowden is improving Her uncle Dr Light foot of Hawesvllle has been to see her llio Cherry pleached an Interesting sermon last Sunday to a small eongrega tion too cold Little llattie Wnrfieil of Ekron Is n second Carmlcitn- - kiicIi evolutions mid revolutions and In perfect time If ground hog signs go wo nro to havo six weeks of Bute enough winter weather and this wave Is a forerunner of whats -- to come U hath wounds without a cause lie who breaks lods holy laws All tho candidates nnd n number of others went down to Wolf Creek to at- Â¬ tend tho Rile on Thursday of tho late Mr Hob Smith Will locate Miss Ella Dowden in tho She right place this time and for good will open her school next Monday nt Masonic Hall I understands K Vessels from lower Meade is a candidate for County Judge Hero Is nnothcr good clever man for this ollico and popular with everyone Lent is upon us nnd now wo begin to For forty dns earnestly mourn for sin our Saviour fasted nnd was tempted We do know temptations await us but each time resisteil leaves us with renewed He whose loved ones weep and pine While he tarries nt the wine Â¬ Harrttt tin1 Republican tired And the Democidts over the change incumbent rewere jubilant Â¬ for SlSOO Mr Hugh Kingston thinks he will make application tn the Itreekenrldge Circuit Court this term for license to jiractico law FOR JAILER I M to annminie ire WK All authorized llirdinsliurc Mil I Dislriit as a ol the nl candidate furjailerol llieeke iiilde count jeet to the action of the Uciihh ratio party arc authorized toannounce WIIIIAM It as a candidate lor Jailer subject to the action ol the Democratic party IMIIKYof Cloverport MUIllONol ol Jailer CO I are authorized to announce J Itoek llekas u candidate for Urcckenrlde county subject to the action of the Democratic party arc authorized to announce IKIKIl IYONb of Mephcnsport as a candidate subject to the for Jailer of llrcekenrldce count actum of the Democratic pirty hTUAltT lirK are authorized astoannounce J for Jailer of a candidate Y DeJKltNKIIK llreckenridce County subject to the action of ITK are authorized to announce WM LYONS as a candidate for Jailer of llreckenridce subject to the action of the Democratic the Democratic party Tin Wilson Tori If bill has at last reached the United States Senate and the country will wait anxiously to see It was a long time what becomes of it in the House but it did finally get through and as a reform measure it is said to be the very best that could now be shaped up It doesnt cover all that the Democrats demand but it is a step in the right direction The Democrats as a party have pledged themselves to reform the tariff and they must make good the iromisc Caximhatis for statu ollices are be Â¬ coming quite numerous Among those for Governor is Gen V Wat Hardin the man who was only beaten in this county by a nose four years ago Thc name of Wat Hardin is dear to the hearts of the people in this section of the State and as there is no home man offering for the place the peojilo arc anxiously awaiting thu opportunity to prove that they wero not against Hardin four years ngo but The feeling in Hreckenridge for Diown and surrounding counties hb far as the News can learn is almost a unit for Hardin a resolution Â¬ county pirty FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY arc authorized to annonnce Judcc MIL Â¬ IIOAItDorilardlnsburcau candi Â¬ date for re election to the olbtc of County At Â¬ torney of llreckenridce County subject to the action of thc Democratic pirty WK iU announce ofCltitcrpnrt as a candidate for Attrrney of llreckenridce County sub Â¬ County ject to the action of the Democratic party WK are authorized to 1 XfV are authorized to nnnouncc It N MIL IT IKH of Cloverport as a candidate for County Attorney subject to the action of the Republican Convention to lie held In llardlns tiurc on Monday I ebruary M S 11 rK are authorized to announce a Candi M KSKItlDOK ofllardlnsburcr asJISSI of llreckenridce coun date for County Attorney Tiik Kentucky legislature hits ptssed calling upon our Senators at Washington not to vote for tho con- Â¬ firmation of any man as a member of the Supremo Court Ilench who cannot estab Â¬ lish his devotion to the Democratic party The ditc on thc label of your piper shows to and its principles This is all very well what time you have paid It serves as a receipt Â¬ If proper credit has not been clvcn within two as politics goes generally but tho mem or three weeks from time of payment notify us bers of tho Kentucky Legislature havo at once so many other things demanding their attention nnd which nro to tho interest V CIiIMh tho riiihiilel Mil George of tho state that they should not be jihia editor died last week wasting time resolutlng The session is now more thai half over and but three a great misfortune to many of uh Its bills it is said have passed both houses that mo have to grow so old beforo we and been presented to the Governor for come to our senses his signaturo Truly they should get to business beforo tho law coinpolls them bo high old timed at Ilnr Tiieiikii to quit and go home Tho Nkwb w 111 dinsburg next Monday give full proceedings It becomes the duty of tho Democrats in Hreckenridge this year to make wiso is doing boiiio com Skvatou Groand judicious selections among the can mendlblo work in tho Senate Head our didates for the county offices Next Jrankfort letters and keep track of him Monday tho Republicans will put out a straight ticket at Hardinsburg nnd with A noon reason for tho peojilo to favor them and them alone tho fight is to be tho Wilson Rill is becauho every manu- made Wo should not bo too hasty nor facturers journal in the laud is opposed over confident as to tho situation It is to it a matter that addresses itself to our ser Wo do not wish to ious discretion Tiik Laplands of Meade discount by make any mistakes Just nownbieak far tho famous Iinchecoo lands of this or two along tho line might prove disacounty In their deep dark labyrinths strous Hence wo should act prudently nnd jungles but at thosamotlmo in a way that will command rcsjcct and maintain cur rep Â¬ Tiik Mid winter Fair was formerly utation for doing things as they ought to opened at Hanfranclsco Oil Saturday bo done Let no man get off his balance tho LTth ult It is second only to tho If it is to bo an early primary and such Paris Exposition and tho Worlds Fair is tho w 111 of tho people let It be so nnd every man to his post liiiidiiT faces pleasant smiles oticour ageing talk and uctlvo work would ruvivu business in Clovorport In n few days Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury and drive tho calamity howlers to their holes as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the We want It to bo distinctly under Â¬ whole system w lion entering it through stood that there Is not a word of truth in the mucous surfaces Such nrtlcles anything that tho Nkws or any of its should never bo used except on pro Â¬ correspondents may say about Florida scriptions from reputable physicians as weather the damage they will do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derlvo from A Miawuui is a traitorloathud by tho manufact- Â¬ by the them Halls Catarrh Cure friends he deserted and despised ured by F J Chenoy it Co Toledo 0 Ho is a politicial enemy ho joined contains no mercury and Is taken bock number a dead letter and usually acting directly upon tho internally an arrogant ass blood and mucous surfaces of the system Why not number tho houscH of Clo- Â¬ Iu buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo euro verport and place tho names of streets you get tho genuine It is taken Intor F on tho corners It would not only bo a nally and made in Toledo Ohio by great convenience but it would add J Cheney t Co Testimonials free Â¬ If the now jQTSold by Druggists price 75c per botmuch tone to the place tle Council will pans an ordinance to thin Mr Em Hargls of Derby is in tho effect it would pleoso a great majority of city lie Oliwirport people ty subject to the action ot the Kepubllcan tention i curuary 14 i Con SIX PAGES - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It has been suggested that tho candi dates should try and make room for the bdance of tho crowd that will bo here next Monday On February 10th and 12th wo will sell you tho celebrated John Huby shoe at cost other shoes also for cash only Witt cS Meador W H Hardin nnd liin brother will tako charge of the Hambleton Hotel this week They will be ready to entertain the public next Monday Wo have a small lot of gents white shirts undershirts drtweis socks col lars and cufid that we will sell under W cost Hardin it Hro You should remember that tho bread kept by W H Hardin Is made by tho American Baking Company of Louisville nnd that there is nono better Mr Mattingly who vacates tho Ham bleton Hotel this week will not return to his farm near Sample He will re main here and follow his trade as a plas terei Witt ct Meador will offer at cost for cash only their stock of qailt lining ginghams nnd all kinds of dry goods on February 10th and IJtli Xow is your chance for bargains Mr J II I cnnin has been spoken of for magistrate in this precinct If ho de cides to run wo have understood his name will go on the Democratic ticket and it will make a very good selection Some of tho Hardinsburg people have expressed a desiro to sec tho Mikado by As wo have the Cloverport Company a Sjilenditl hall here they could secure a big house particularly if they should come during thc session of Circuit Court Tho dedication exercises of the Hard insburg College which took place nt the Court House last Friday night were very entertaining and drew a largo crowd Prof It E Woods was tho principal speaker on thu occasion Mr John Has well Jr nnd Mr Jesse Eskridge spoke briefly Mr Owen Cunningham started in lust Friday to mako n vigorous canvass to secure tho Republican nomination for clerk Ho has been in school all the winter but ho says that the few days ho has remaining from now until the con- Â¬ vention assembles ho expects to mako count Licensed to marry John A Manning to Miss Mary A Durbeu Adoljihus P Clark to Miss Elizabeth Bash a in Jns T Carwilo to Miss Honnio Smith Lcreu zo Dowell to Miss Hosa Askins Charles T Bennett to Margaret J Lewis Win M Ikuhnurto Miss Lula Askins J C Thompson to Miss Victoria Tuttlo Tho present session of tho public school closes this week Prof Granville Wilson who has had charge of it has given general satisfaction but he will not continuo n spring term Ho nnd havo purchased tho his brother-in-laMcCracken laud near Jollys Station and Mr Wilson expects to turn his attention to farming Miss Lilllo Cooper who has been assisting Mr Wilson will begin a five months session noxt Monday Miss Lilllo has had considerable oxpeilenco In ho jrlmary dejiaitmenta and tho scholars under her Bee in to advance rap Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Idly Mr George Washington Randolph tho noted colored gontleman who was up beforo Judge Adklsson for borso stealing was put under a 00 bond i answer at tho February term of Circuit Court Randolph failed to give bond and wan remanded to jail His trial attracted an unusually Inrgo crowd to tho court room who seemed to havo n great curiosity to Ho gave his overcoat to tho BcSi him colored man DuIIaven from whom ho borrowed 10 nnd also returned De Randolph has no Haven his watch money and apparently very few friends Is that ho will land n and the opinion Lewis Styles did not tho penitentiary hesitate to identify him as the man who took his horse anil ran him off to Indiana about a year ago and sold him Jeff Jolly says ho has 5 Cotswool buck sheep for pale ago 1 2 and 3 years weigh from 150 to 203 prices 050 7 7 50 2 each off 8 nnd 950 per head when tho Wilson Tariff Bill passes and 2 added when Raid bill falls nnd thl Congress passes out If tho Republicans in their Mass Con- Â¬ vention next Monday nro harmonious nnd select pood men they will win Bill AM Elijah Miller or C Mattingly nnd If they cant agree on one of them go to Webster and get Horace G Stewart Then Jesso and Rubo are both good men either of them would do then Taylor Beard is all o k nnd so is Owen it is nip Btrength nnd tuck between them up here Tim The young folks have all been busy appoints himself a committee of ono to this past week getting ready for tho mas invito nil voters who are tired of Demo- Â¬ querade on Tuesday night at Mrs C G cratic rules and will promise to vote for Moremens It promises to be grandly the nominees to act and vote with us in nnd wo aro on tiptoe with this meeting hwell realization eager expectations The When suffering from throat or lung you shall hear later troubles take only such mediclno as has Philas on Compulsory Education in been proved worthy of confidence Such the Messenger of last week expressed my a remedy is Aycrff Cherry Pectoral any child a specific for sudden colds nnd Invalua Â¬ views and feelings to a t eonijielled to go to school will in after ble in nil forms of pulmonary complaints years thank the Inw And the parents Sold by druggists Price 1 who nt first consider it n hardship will eventually see the beauty of such n law THE CITY DADS and abide by it cheerfully Mrs J W Richardson is home from Meet in Regular Session Monday Night and Transact Routine Valley Station where she had n most de- Â¬ Business lightful visit to her friend Mrs Mattic Haylotte She is still enthused over the Council met Monday night with and thinks the great peerless diva Mayor Barry In tho chair nnd no mem Â¬ Pattis irresistible charm is her perfect bers absent Bimpl city and entire unallectedness Tho first business was tho considera- Â¬ She wishes all vocolists of high cultiva- Â¬ tion of tho Marshals bond Tho inves- Â¬ tion and advantages would lenrn n lesson tigation had proved satisfactory and tho from the Queen of Song nnd be only bond was accepted themselves Tho Ordinance Committee wero cm Sirocco Sirocco Ive been afraid for powered to employ a competent lawyer n long time tho White Caps would swim to draft a new set of ordinances in conover for you and now I tremble for fear formance with tho gonoral statutes a candidate with all of Grays Elegy A diecussion arose over allowing bills will sweep down and annihilate your About a dozen of these troublesorao pen nnyhow nnd if thered oven a rem- Â¬ statements wero presented and some of nant remains the sanctified nnd inebri- tho councilmen wero in favor of culling ated brethern of certain sects will do them granting somn and letting the vour it Hut you know weve joined others lay over This met Mr Pierces hearts and hands to stand by one anoth- objection He said that ho was in favor er So well come gather up the debris of granting all just claimsso long as they that we may enjoy lots more of those kept within charter bounds It showed witty effusions a disposition to pay whether thero was The News was certainly unusually in Â¬ any money in tho treasury or not and teresting Inst week Hro Crockers let-Â¬ tho bolder of the orders would have n ter from China was read with much in- chance to raise money on them If bills terest as he was with us last summer were not to be allowed Mr Pierce was and made quite a pleasant impression in favor of not making any Tho bills Our lost chord Terrel came iu as were finally allowed amounting Ianll to sweet and melodious as her former pitch S520 Then the rule was made that no and from tho lanuof sunshine nnd flow- Â¬ iroro bills bo incurred until there was ers Let us hope ono of her New Years some available fund Iu Bight resolutions is to remember tho News Mr A L Oelzo was elected Police Did you all read tho sermon Heavens Judge pro tern Council then ndjourn- If not hunt up the paper ed Beginning and give it a careful perusal Im glad Notice Democratic Comnltteemen Sirocco had la grlppo or we might linvc Clovehpout Kv Jan 20 1894 The missed that long letter Breckenridgo County Democratic Com- Â¬ Miss Jcnnlo Hardin and I had a most mittee is hereby called to meet in Har Â¬ pleasant visit to our friend Mrs Dr dinsburg Ky on Monday tho 10th ot Wo February 1894 to consider tho timo and Shacklett of Ekron last week went over to Miss Mamies danco for a manner of selecting candidates of tho littlo while and found a merry assem party for tho county offices to bo filled blage being entertained by tho ngreeablo at tho November election 1891 nnd for little hostess in her cozy apartments I such other business ns may bo brought met n number of my old friends Mrs beforo it Marv Howley was present looking so well Daviu R Mubuay Chairman and quite ns young ns ten years ago Mr and Mrs Davo Henry havent for- Â¬ gotten tho art of gliding to music Jim Twee years old will be three Jnue JJ rt nil the points ia hands hRli very Illack Wimp was ono of tho Muses and seem Â¬ stylish with hichly lired for further Informa and Most of thu girls tion or particulars call on or address ed in his element WILLIAM 11KAIII wero In evening dress Mrs Carlt Rich- Â¬ Hardinsburg Ky was chapcrono for tho occasion ardson and looked very handsome Save the Women frou tho pen of At a Bargain to tho right man Justico from Webster is worthy of the Old Reliable very grave consideration The writer serious charges nt our door layssomo and I do not think wu as a sex quite de- servo nil tho accusations He or she eald Good etuie ikm everlasting power Wo do uot tako n lesson from tho Lords All in and doing a good business of Creation who defend nnd staud by For particulars first class order ono another but Instead turn our backs upon our erring sisters and leave them address or apply to Do you consider to a downward fata W CARY tho homes tho institutions that are in Clifton Mills Ky successful operation in all our large cities for theso unfortunate misguided creat Â¬ FEHME SOLE ures established by good women turn Â¬ ing their backs upon them Tho Kings llrcckcnrlilKa Circuit Court ocI Claycomb Daughters as well as many other or- Â¬ On 1clltion liniina Claycomb ders nro doing a grand noble work Notice Is hereby crlvcn that the above named throughout this land of ours to reclaim loci Claycomb and Kmma Claycomb his wile tho poor frail fallen daughters of their have this day hied in my office their joint petition In Ilquily pravinx that the said llinma Claycomb raco Our Saviour set tho example be authorised by decree of this court and there- Â¬ enjoy This by empowered to use real or sell and convey for whilo on this earth The text personal property her own benefit any lie may own or herealter acquire from the claim Man Keceivcth Sinners includes them or debts of her said husband to make contracts and Ills followers hero will not refuse sue nnd be sued as a single woman and trade name and to dispose in loving mercy to strlvo by good works In her own will or deed or otherwiseof her said property by Notice whereof Is hereby ordered tn be made nnd prayer to uplift and lead to repent- Â¬ by publication In the llMKCKENKlpai Nkwi for ance Let tho Lords imitate us along ten days Olvcn under my hand as Clerk of the llreckenthis lino and 8auding by ono another ridce Circuit Court this January l6pi 1804 will ass u mo a moro exalted phase Our II S SK1LLMAN Clerk Ilreckcnrldge Circuit Court unfortunato members of society do not plead for tholr first estate nor the pedes Â¬ tal reslgnod liko the fallen angels they Iakk Obesity Pills will reduce vour wefoht do not expect it But when thoy ask for PlUMAMKVnY from 11 to 15 pounds a month pardon for mercy or to bo aldt d in a life MO SlAltvlMJ sicaness or injury s nil 1uil of usefulness all true right thinking IIC1TV They build up the health and beaut or fy the complexion leaving NO WIUNKIIS Habblnnss STOUT AIIDOMKNH and dlllicult women will grant their supplications In breathing surely relieved NO KXIKHIMKNT tho name of a crucified Saviour but scicntlric aqd positive relief adopted only Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ name no prices in the newspaper but name Panic Prices in their store JULIUS WINTER CO 50000 FRUIT TREES AT THE EKRON NURSERY FOR 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 solicited 1804 Massey Frymire EKRON KY V J TTENTION Do not bo deceived ir buying jour Scbool Apparatus from tho first agent who comes on you and thus be lead into paying oxhorbitant prices I am told certain parties are canvassing this county with a set of maps globes and charts of which they aro asking from G5 to 875 They aro also representing to tho people that theso aro the only charts and maps th t will meet the requirements of the law That this is un- Â¬ true is shown by the circular letter of tho Stato Superintendent bear- Â¬ ing date of January 14th It is also further shown by recommendations in our handswnich wo will gladly mail to any trustee at his request For if45 we will furnish you a completo set of Apparatus with sub stantial covers all tho requirements of the school law and which is of the very best material now before tho public If you havo not already bought do not do so until you have seen us examined our goods and obtained our prices For further particulars call upon or address s I GHOOL ARUSTEES FRANK W DUNN IIAKDINSHUKG HOTEL General Agent HARDINSBURG KY EXCELSIOR SCHOOL DESK CO JACK FOR SALE Dont Forget For anything in Jewelry Silverware Clocks Watches Spectacles Gold Silver Steel and Aloy also Sewing Machine 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 Instruments from a Harp to a Piano And dont you forget Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ V Clifton Mill I J Â¬ T C LEWIS HARDINSBURG COS KENTUCKY J Is The Place Â¬ SAML RAY K0DERT P HARK FAT PEOPLE WITH Crescent -- - Tobacco CO -- - Warehouse TV RAY Eighth and Main Streets from 803 to an- - r tonic nr children Out want building up should tako llltOWNS 1IIOK UITTKH8 It ll pleasant to take cured Malaria InJIes tlonaait lilUouauaw AUeteaiinkteplU Kccdlnt after years of experience All order supplied direct from our office Price i 00 pox package or three packages for Um by mall postpaid Testimonials and particulars sealed sets Alt CorroaponJeHCo Strictly Confidential PARK REMEDY CO Bs1en Mass Proprietors t rTTIGlT I 17 LUUloYlLLc rvY With Auction and Private Sales Daily and Storage Fou Months Fre n ii kTwMffi LgVt-t-J- t T I Ti fy -- I A Mlfl VMMiliimiM GdOOd 3 w rnrrr t C s t e infire American Story Full of the Romance ill STRANGE full A Masterly An and Mystery of the East WEIRD FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE AND HATE TOLD IN ANOV EL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF EXCITING SITUATIONS of Virility and Dramatic Powor Stiring and Effective Charming and Exciting HE READER FEELS THAT HE IS MORE THAN A SPECTATOR THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT OF TaleBy Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn beforo tho honeymoon waa over Thats tho way Im niiulc Other people nro reg ular gltio pots nml bo tho bnlauco of lia turo ia preserved If I wero tin astrolo- Â¬ ger I should expect to find that I was bom under it shooting star or a comet Dont you remember it was tho same when wo wero children You nover had Â¬ SYNOPSIS CIIAITHK I Dr Frank Mulnwnring a tu- cntand recluse lUcs on the family estates at fcdarclllTc with Ills mother nmi cliluet brother uhn Another brother Henry Is toting abroad he MaliitviirlngH are Aiticrkiiiilnil Kngllsli cciple mil the esUte tvith an Income of uuoo year is subject to the laws of primogeniture Mln Slnfire Forestal a hitherto unheard of lece or Mrs Malnwarlng arrives at Ceilarcllfle from Kngland bringing a letter from her lather vrltten on his deathbed and committing the girl Slnfire it the care of his American relatives vas reared In India Ill Slnfire betrays n deep Interest In the ab ent Henry Malnwarlng and John becomes In An nccl ituated wjlth his bcautllul cousin lent reveiU to Dr Frank Miinvvarlng that J61in las tho heart disease and the ownership of IV Vdarclitle may change at any moment itnlire becomes a mystery In the Malnwarlng inuschold John makes a confidant of Frank and icknowledges tils toe for her He declares that ic wilt shoot any rival who thwarts him and iisks Franks aid In finding out whether her ititt is free or otherwise V The mystery surrounding Slnfire grows deeper Frank saves her from the deadly stroke of a cobra In his collection and a bond of sym Â¬ pathy Is established between the two The an- Â¬ nouncement of Henrys expected return causes confusion to Slnfire VI and VII Henry ar He makes a confidant of jrives at CcdarcllfTe Frank and in a jnKing way advises him to get Irld of John and marry Slnfire He professes to have hd no communication with the Forrrstal family while abroad m was a broken down cat with half its fur and ono eyo gone You kept it alivo for years by a miracle und when it died you mourned for it and raised a gravestone over it and would not bo comforted whereas I lmd n scoro of pets each month and im coon as they got to know mo and liko ice I Wanted to get rid of them dogs rabbits cats squirrels or whatever else they were No I shall never bo at rest either in hotly or in mind although I urn tho most 1 idolent of mankind and when I look forward to tho lifo beyoml tho gravo my only fear ia that somo mistaken purposo to insure my happiness should render mo miserable to all eternity for if I wero endowed with tlio fairest estate and tho most charming family and neighbors in heaven and obliged to remain there and keep up appearances it would ho hell to mo whereas my heaven would consist in being forever on the go never pausing throughout tho inimoiisltles of tho uni Â¬ verse and indifferent whether tho places I visited wero tho abodes of tho blessed or of tho damned Arent you afraid this will get you into a bad scrape some day He laughed A gypsy once told me that I Iwro a charmed life ho said No ono that I havo injured can over harm me It has turned out a true prophecy bo far and if I keop on as I havo begun I shall by and by get tho whole human raco on tho innocuous side and then I Bhall lw all right No doubt I havo changed as well as nenry What is certain is that tho re- Â¬ sult of our changes on either sido has been to draw us further and further apart from each other Ho has followed tho beut of his naturo I of mine and that which oucovas sympathetic now seems almost hostile Ono reason is that formerly I could hope that my brothers faults would diminish and his virtues increaso but now thero is no room for such hopo I cannot but lament over him Such men as ho do moro mischief in tho world than deliberate criminals can do for they havo all tho charm of goodness and yet their works aro ovil As regards tho particular matter in hand thero was nothing in what ho said to disprovo his former knowledge of Sin fire and thero woro several things tliat tended to confirm it Indeed had he been aware of my previous suspicions ho would hardly havo ventured to com mit himself so fur as ho did It is oven possible though I dont believo it that their meeting hero is by appointment But tho probability ia that Henry ia bad- Â¬ ly perplexed if not dismayed by her presenco here and that ho will inqko a determined effort either to induco her to depart or to escapo himself Sho may havo somo hold upon him For tho fu- Â¬ ture I shall not encourago confidences from him becanso if ho wero to tell me tho story and ask mo to assist him against Sinfiro I should bo obliged to refuse Somothing decisive must happen bo fore long but My last friend he salil with a hxwjh ono pet that I know of and that V white longer doedly yawning tho top of Ins head oil but filially he too su cunibed and went off Henry was nl ways a lato bird unci now ho seems to think that night wj mado for anything but sleep So in order to bomoro at our ease ho and I wont over to my apart Â¬ ment and disposed ourselvea comforta- Â¬ bly in tho library Did you notico that protty cousin of ours Henry said I Rather A thoroughbred beauty I call her A bit reserved though but thatll soon wear off You and Jack nro both in lovo with her of course Of course But slio hasnt returned our passion yet Perhaps her heart waa touched beforo sho camo hero When Isettlo down I should liko to marry o girl liko her But fancy old Un- Â¬ cle Ned having raised such n paragon It seems too good to bo truo You mot him whilo you wero abroad It not to bo late Mother roso tit last rtnd bado us good night ffiving Henry uom ner cuecus to kiss joun sat tor a X L If I had known tho kind of family ho had I should havo made n point of look- Â¬ ing him up But as it was I missed him I must have been within reach of him Boveral times when I was in India Ha hold somo position under tho government I believe and it obliged him to travel about a good deal But well tliero wero other circumstances It would havo becu awkward Things dont al Â¬ ways como out just right when ono knocks about tho world as I do But then fow peoplo are such fools ns I ami Hero Henry shook his head unscrewed his flask and took n pull after offering My last friondl ho said it to mo with a laugh as ho roturned it to his pockot It is a wonder to mo though ho went on after awhile how you man ago to exist in tho way you do here Frank I always thought and I say now that you are tho man of tho family John is n good fellow but ho has no brains I havo brains but Im n good for nothing You have brains and tho practical element too Father mado a great mistakowith that primogeniture crazo of his You ought to have been tho heir of tho Mainworlngs Think what might bo done iu this country with 00000 a year And what is Jack doing with it Id liko to know If you had hia chanco youd make y oureel f louored and remembered for a hundred years to como A man with your palo squaro faco ond big black eyes can do uuything only give him ft start You could murry Cousin whats her name Slnfire odd namo isnt it and breed a raco that America would bo proud to qwn If you can get rid of John Ill mako you a present of ray birthright ho added laughiiigngaiu as ho lighted a cigar Tho brandy would hurt you less if you didnt 6iuoke so much Harry Baid I No hygicno for me thank you doctor ho roplled cheerfully I shall live long enough do what I will Besides however good order yon might keop me in whilo Im hero I should relapso agnii tho momont I got away Youro not thinking of leaviug us surely I dont think of it but I shall bo ol beforo long just tho saino I know my own frailties Many a tlino havo I come to a pluco that seemed to bo all that the heart of man could deairo and havo said to myself that I would nover leavo it But after a few days or weeks an tho case might be I found myself somewhere else The fault dear Brutus to not in the place but in myself that Im a vaga bond r Constancy has no jart in me Change la my sine qua non no matter if it be change for the worse Its tlio sarao in my relations with people wOuieu in cluded If Venuu herself were to offer herself to mo on the one condition that Id remain true to her well I might promise hyt I should break my promise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I eupposo This was in tho afternoon At 7 oclock 1 wont in to dinner I was a few min utes lato under mothers beneficent household dispensation punctuality is ono of our conspicuous virtues as a fam ily but as I ascended tho steps of theve randa Sinfiro camo out of the dour as if sho had been waiting tliero to meet tio Sho was all in whito and palo with her hair liko a thick black shadow Her eyes dark sapphires scrutinized mino search ingly as I stood beforo her With a sudden movement sho caught both my hands iu hers and gripped them hard 1 could hear tho whito edges of her teeth grit together as sho leaned toward mo and whispered I hate liiml Whom You know I wished to tell you There was no timo to ask or to mako any further explanations A fow mo-Â¬ ments later wo wero at tlio table looking pleasantly unconscious of mysteries or evil omens But tho moro i meditato upen all this tho moro am I convinced that a crisis is not far off It is hard to bo helpless at such n time The things called crimes nro not tlio real crimes iu this world Which is worse to luilict death or to ruin ami corrupt a If Henry had lost his temper or if I lifo to steil a pnrao or to destroy repuhad not been present it would doubt Â¬ tation and purity Mankind is tho vic Â¬ If I less havo been a great deal worso It tim of phrases and superstitions was painful enough as it was John as were a lawgiver 1 would institute a truer usual now that his explosion ia over and juster dispensation But 1 am not I am a doctor without seems to feel nofurtheranimosity SucW a lawgiver is hia fortunato temperament but if ho work a man of science whom scienco had happened to kill his brother whilo knows not a gentleman without for tho fit was on him what then Well ho tuno a lover without a mistress I nm Is liko n child and evidently thinks that instinct with powers and capacities yet to shako hands and say Im sorry is I am barren and Impotent This is my nmplo atonement for having charged a darkest and most torpid hour yet it is man with all tho crimes in tho calendar tho hour whon I most need light and or attempted to murder him Henry activity Ah Sinfiro if 1 could bo omfor his part appears to bear no malice nipotent but ono moment for your sake bo nothing further seems likely to como CHAPTER IX of it During tho last fow days a serenity al Â¬ Henry had just knocked at my library door and having entered was on tho most remarkable under tho circum- Â¬ point of taking a chair when John stances has settled down upon tho in- Â¬ bounced in I wish by tho way Henry habitants of Ccdarcliilo It may bo ex- Â¬ had had timo to open tho topic ho camo ternal merely but such as it is it is to discuss if there wero any topic in par- Â¬ marked John is gravo and undomon ticular As soon as I saw John I know strativo but not lugubrious nnd there what was coming ljut Hcirry waa do la a gentleness in hia demeanor that seems straugo in him He drinks scarce-Â¬ lightfully unconscious Jack yon aro more liko a horso than ly at all und appears to havo lost his When I hear tasto oven for smoking Ho ia hard hit a man he remarked your step I always forget you are npt n I fear but ho is bearing it liko u gentle quadruped until my eyes havo corrected man 1 think I can perceive that ho avoids beintr alono with Sinfiro And Ids my cars You are a thief and a Bcoundrclr said John trying to command hia voice and to appear cold and stern That is bail chango for so noblo an animal as tho horse roturned Henry lifting his eyebrows But I withdraw tho expression It is a sufficient excuse and explanation of your proceedings that you are John Mainwuringof Cednrcliffo Esq John waa too angry to bo able to fathom this bit of sarcasm but You canjt This is my play with mo ho shouted house I dont want you here Do you think Ill let you Insult ladles who are I saw you in my guests No by G the wood today If she hadnt been there Id havo knocked you down on tho spot you you infernal rakot Mm M J7 Mado Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ so cleverly ur cotird if tni of them carrying Hipraul for txiimpld i should However Siipranl in not 1 Diamond uccklaco and could probably tako her own part John take it thor Â¬ oughly perious view of tho ntntter mid ho and Iliiiry who Is nhviys radyfor an ndventuro of uny kind nro busy tlo vlfltng n Rchemo for lugging tho light fingered gentry iu cuso they honor tw with u call Mother is much com foiled by tho presenco of a largo empty revolv Â¬ er on her mantelpiece mid Hinliro goes about with n derringer in her pocket which 13 not empty and which ho knows how to uso For my jwrt I shall de Â¬ pend moro on my key and bolt than on deadly weapons and besides as I shall havo to attend to tho wounded it would bo foolish iu mo to tako measures to increase their number I can draw no final conclusions from what goes on between Sinfiro and Henry Sho watches him constantly though un Â¬ obtrusively but when ho attempts to be attentive to her as ho often does she draws back This may bo acting on tjio part of both of them What they may do when thcynrouloiio together of courto I dont know and 1 can observe them only occasionally Henry sustains with success tho role of n man who is anxious to make himself agreeable to u protty girl whom ho sees for tho first time Sin lire docs not perhaps does not caro to creato exactly tho saino impression In a score of ways voluntary or involun Â¬ tary sho indicates that her knowledge of him is of long standing But sho booms to bo hesitating to bo in doubt Possi bly sho cannot make up her mind wheth Â¬ er to declare open war or to try to bind him to her by a tie that cannot bo broken It is a pathetic almost a tragic situation and it interests and excites me moro than I should havo expected Whichoverhorn of the dilemma tho girl decides upon mis Â¬ chief will come of it but I am inclined to think that war is her safer course If sho trusts herself to Henry again sho is ruined beyond redemption On tho other hand putting myself in Henrys placo I dont understand why ho does not carry tho war into tho cno mys country and denounco Sinfiro as nn impostor It is it bad sign iu him that ho does not do so Tho debt ho owes her must be something moro than ordinary if he shrinks from repudiating it Unless sho bo married to him which is out of the question Ur sho would havo como to us us his wife sho can havo no legal hold njion him except upon tho hypo thesis which I do not liko oven to men- Â¬ tion that elio has cognizanco of bomo crimo that ho lias committed against tho law Hateful hough this idea is it must bo confessed hat it would elucidate much of tho mystery Ono etrango feature in Sintlros con- Â¬ duct I havo not meutioned it is her at- Â¬ titude toward me Although sinco Hen Â¬ rys arrival she has carefully avoided be Â¬ ing itlouo with me thero is something in her manner that makes mo feel as if our spiritual intimacy so to speak had deep ened immensely sinco our iuterviow in tho laboratory Her eyes havo occasion- Â¬ ally met mino with an expression I can- Â¬ not describe but it makes something burn within mo What does sho mean Is it an appeal a silent cry for help or is it that and something more And again when sho puts her hand in mino to say good night thero is tin emanation from her presenco from her eyes her lips her bosom It touches mo liko an embrace but it penetrates further than any embraco can reach I cannot an alyzo this emotion I havo no wish to question its origin or issue For mo it is a thing out of all relation toother things Especially at this timo must I bowaro of allowing it to mingle with baser considerations But if I bo not misled if she and I iu this scpahito sphere understand each other then our time will come Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jaijiit Why not demanded John with n threatening gesture Uwauno i opt led Henry lookitighint quietly In tlio eyes if slid hadntbeen been therti Joit would havo won no rauso to 1h jealous It took John feveral seconds lo tako in tho fiiibtillty of thto argument but when ho understood it ho fret his teeth nnd mado a spring at Henry who did not move a muscle But I was on tho watch and got between them and restrained John long enough for his ptuoxysiu of passion to subside Indeed a strugglo would probably have ended in his get ting another stroke of tho heart which very likely would havo been fatal When I had induced him to sit down I wild to Henry who was composedly smoking a cigar If yon havo anything to Bay I wish voud say it Why Jack ho said at once wilh perfect geniality I wouldnt havo an noyed you for tho world I had uo idea that you wero scih usly interested iu our cousin If you are I shall bo tho first to wish you both happiness I took a cousinly pri dego with Mullio in tho wood today John wiiced but there nro men and meutiu Know Ono has his way nml uiioth r has his A kixs witii mo means friiudlx oid will and that is all Im sure hhotoiiMidcicd it nothing moro but if you like I will ask her pardon for it in your i ivsenee If poor stupid John had known what I know ho might not havo taken thlsapolo gy in such good part as ho did But by this time ho had caught his breath nnd tho congestion of blood on his brain had subsided After somo consideration ho said with really touching simplicity that ho would probably havo been less angry if ho had had better hope of get- Â¬ ting Sinfiro to listen to his proposals but that ho had about made up his mind that sho would never care for him nnd when in tho midst of his bitter disap Â¬ pointment ho had seen Henry taking a liberty which ho had never dared to 1 taico rago got tho better of him asked you tho other day Frank ho added turning to me to find out for mo what she felt but as you never said anything to mo about it 1 supposed it was becanso there wasnt anything good to say Im sorry I acted liko a liruto Harry ho concluded stretching out his hopo youll forget it and hand and forgivo me This finished tho episode to all ap pearances and the two brothers present ly went off together amicably to tho stables to smoke a pipe with Tom tho groom There are men and men indeed Neither of these men is liko mo What was tho meaning of that kiss in tho Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ For Golds Cough Croup lulluiMizii and Hronehitis use boieS whilo tho week jireviouB 12000 Iioxeo wero thrown on this mar- Â¬ ket Tho heaviest receivers nro the Florida Fruit KxchiWgo who sell tho product ol above 8000 growers at auction CLOVERPORT - An averago prlcu of recent miles lo 100 KENTUCKY and this nets the gtower but 05c a box Also Wholrnlt nml IteUII Denlers In on the tree tho return heretofore having GREGORY tt CO WhAFfMasTER3 AVERS CHERRY PECTORAL tho host of all anodyne Since tho middle boxes of Florida oranges have been sent to England by the Kxchangc with generally satisfact ory results From Garden and Forest 1 been about a box of September UiOOI Yollow Pino Flooring and Coiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime Brick Â¬ Sash anrJJ Blinds EKRON and all kinds or Building Material Sole Agents for expectorants Prompt to act Sure to Cure bearing toward her when I eo them together is friendly but abstracted Ho has made up his mind that sho is lost to him and tho conviction hat quelled his stout spirit whether tcinixirurily or per manently timo will show I am sorry for him but it is better so than if ho had married her Von might as well harness an English dray horse tufiler tho same yoke with tlio winged steed Pegasus Henry on the other hand wears an as pect of contented indifference which can not but bo assumed His manner to Sinfiro has an undertone of easy gallantry which in far from being offeiihivo or even poimcu aim would re natural enough as tho attitude of a man of tho world to ward a protty girl but is extraordinary iu a lover toward a former mistress whom ho Iik1 abandoned and whom he Intends probably toensnnroagaiii What Inducement he can hold out to her to condone his conduct aud return to him can only bo conjectured Is it possible that knowing or suspecting the uncer- Â¬ tain tenure of Johns life ho counts upon becoming himself the heir of Cednrcliffo It is a repulsive idea nnd I mention it ns a solution of tho riddle not likely but barely conceivable Henry is w im penetrable iu his apparent frankness that ono cannot help being provoked to speculations which a less subtlo character would never suggest As for Sin live I know not what to say about her If sho wero as unimportant to mo as I ouco thought sho was I might imagine that sho felt as sho appears to feel happy thoughtless and high spir ited But of couro I know better Sho is passing through a crisis in her life Sho is on tho brink of doing or forbear Â¬ ing to do something momentous and irrevocable 1 wish I could ndiso or help her but it is impossible under tho cir Â¬ cumstances either for Iter to ask or for mo to volunteer such help When sho has decided then my opportunity may como not till then Sho is moro than ever a superb object to contemplate Shu is full of cxeito incnt and restless energy says brilliant things and laughs often bat her laugh though musical as a peal of bells has no mirth iu it It is defiant mocking und cold Deeply as I sympathize with her I cannot say I understand her nor do 1 understand myself What do I wish to do Sometimes 1 nm suro that sho cares for mo at other times I doubt it 13ut say sho does am I willing to tako to myself a woman of whom I know nothing but that sho has beauty and a great soul a woman who it is probable is Killing under false colors and who has been wronged either morally or materially by another man As regards tho last however I cannot look at her and bo liovo that sho has over lost what women hold most dear Sho is too proud too inaccessible for that And yet I must confront that possibility too Well thou if it weio so could I excuse it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 S Roberts Sr went to Ixmlsvillo Homestead Foriilizoro and Troy Wednesday Bono Meal Mr tleno Stiedry returned Iroin the South Thursday night Orders accompanied with the cash promptly filled Mr Thomas Roberts nnd daughter Mrs A Cofer left for Hardin county Thursday Mrs Cofers future home lion Sam Wrathcr returned from the Falls of Hough Monday Mrs Alice Itrowu and little daughter Nellie went to Louisillu Monday Miss Rcun Shneklett went to Louisville Sunday to spend several days with her cousin Miss Sallio Warfleld Rov Frank Qiiiiin preached a very in teresting sermon to an attentive audience at Kkrou sclioo house Sunday night Judge Woolfolk ol Brandenburg was James M Lewis Contractor Builder OLOVERPORT KY Bosnt qiismr HeTKbtiuuites furnishtl on application nT ii qciUTT Â¬ WORMS WHITES CREAM in town Friday Brown of the firm of Brown Brown made n Hying trip to Louisville S J Saturday Mr las Brown of Iiynesville spent Saturday and Sunday Iu town Mr leorgo Fryinire of near Tnion Star was iu town Friday Mr IkuOwings sold his farm to Mr Barry of Cloverport nnd purchased Mr Dick Wrathers farm near Kkron Messrs Ben Clnrkson and It A Fnsor shipped two car loads of hogs to Louisville Wednesday The hall given by Miss Mnmio Daugh erty Friday night was piito a success Â¬ VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED - FOR 20 YEARS rrrpirrd ej lUrlltRIISOl SorU KVKItYWIIKKE ItUIIUSK to ST LOC1S mix The first A CHARLES or American Newspapers DANNA Editor Â¬ The American Constitution the American Idea the American Spirit These first last and all the time forever Correctly wi cMv by Iumphrey A- - I infer Pro Â¬ duce Commission Merchants ajA Second Main unit Miirket Iouisllle Ky wood Met LOUISVILLE KY Feb 0 tS9t Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name ami post oOIco addross BUTTEK 11 0 17 Choice country Medium Common Creamery KUUS The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper In tho Worhl Price 5c a copy By mail 2 a year G a year Daily by mail Daily and Sunday The Weekly by mail It Id 21 Fresh 11EANS I 75 Michigan hand picked 1 fiO ndlatia Navy 1 00 Old or Common and colored DKIKD APPLES AND PEACHES 51 Apples cholco lirlght quarters Apples average Apples old t Peaches new Peaches old U12 to 1 85 to t 8S to 1 20 to to 5 to 5 8 a year a year Aililrcas Tilt SirN New Yorlt 4t The New York Times A DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER FEATHEHS Prime whito goose Mixed Old No 1 duck Oreen yood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins 35 u 25 34 15 20 25 What THE TIMHd Is A high clans newspaper for the city reader and for the country home for the merchant tho professional man tho financier tho poli Â¬ tician tho toachor the farmer and the iuo for every American who would be promptly and truthfully told what tho people of this world aro doing fur women and for young folks Interested In household affairs in new bunks and old in art science religion aud education in tho rivalries of amateur sports In society and in nil tho lighter goings on and wholesome gossip of the day It is a full clean nnd complete newspaper conduct Â¬ ed with Intelligence for intelligent people What Til U TIMES believes in Federal taxation imposed in the inlerost of the llovernincut nnd of the wholo people nut for the restriction of trade itud the benefit ui the frw an honest dollar that the hand of toil may receite without loss and pay over without same a liberal expenditure for pen Â¬ sions to veterans who need and doservo them and to no others tho Democratic lurty as a better Instrumentality of popular government than tho Hopublican and In keeping that party true to its alms under sound leadership The financial page of TUB TlMKS is a capital manual for Investors for bankers und the officer and Trustees of savings banks Hall Â¬ trust companies Iriurutioo companies way earnings stock und bond isolations In Â¬ terest mid dividend notices tho organizitiuD of new companies and all financial news re Â¬ ports are promptly and acurately prited Note the encellcncoofTUK TIMKS In these chanio HIDES 3 5 ill 3J4 7 a 6 20 50 POULTHY Hens per lb Roo tors per lb Spring Chickens per lb Young Ducks per lb Icese full foatberd 0 1 2j jt 7 7 I 75 Turkeys HOOTS OAME 1 7a J 8 TO IIKCONTINIKI llinseng Ky and Indiana Yellow Hoot 2 25 fo 2 50 16 75 35 25 rheumatism cured with cents Mr Aug Scheulle St Louis Habbits Mo writes Last week I had a very Squirrels Quail bad attack of iheuinatisin Used tlireo bottles of Salvation Oil which stopped Tub washed Orease Pne tho pain and cured me Grease coarse A bad caso of 75 o 1 50 50 WOOL 25 26 16 M 17 12 3 11 12 14 5 10 LEMONS AND ORANGES Merino Hurry and Tallow Cts MISCELLANEOUS 21 The American Supply from Florida Ileeiwaz 30 oj 35 Sorghum Molasses and from Abroad HAY OUAIN FEED We quote price to day on Loulsvillo city Tho Florida lemon season which com wharf menced enrly in September is about OATS 32 36 ended Only a small portion of tho crop No 2 oat HAY estimated variously at from L5000 to Strictly choice 13 00 10 50 00000 boxes camo to tho city Tlio per- Â¬ Choice No 2 11 0 a 12 00 10 00 U 00 centage of handsome Florida oranges has Good Medium 5 50 4 75 been small tho bulk being rusty or Good Bright Straw COHN homy and prices havo been unsatis42 Choice whito factory to tho growers Tho avcrago Choice shelled 46 CATTLE freight on a box of lemons from Florida Â¬ Â¬ K departments lluiikmir und Iliiunclul 1ullllck national anil State ScIiooIm unit LolltKCk iV tJoininircliil ICcporlfc Anil nml INuvi eVh Art anil ScliiH o Till rinirrlii look lluvlu THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES SMirti IHiirkulv to New York is 50c whilo from Sicily tho cost for transportation is but 3 c with duty amounting to ns much moro Tho railroad charges from California on a similar package arc 87c but tho crop in California is small nnd as yet only Good to oxtra shipping CHAPTER VIII John Lord CedarclllTo in hia capacity as squire of this neighborhood has boon obligod to give a good deal of attention to tho gang of burglarH which has of late been infesting tho region but so far tho authorities have been successful only in securing evidence of past dopreda tiohs Nnws has just arrived that last night thoy got into Qoneral Furnaces placowhich is only two miles from ours and carried off all poorIrs Furnacos jewelry This is too bad in itself and it also raises tho interesting question whether we may not bo tho next objects of attack Thoy werq very quiot and skillful and alsqTery leisurely and audacious for they made a most careful and fastidious selection from the booty at their disposal and took nothing that would not bo readily and immediately available As a law abiding and respectable cltl scn such outrages as this have my stern- Â¬ lou ennt pluy with met he ihoutcil est reprobation but as a human boiug Atthia Henry threw back his head and with a goodslico of the old Adam iu me laughed I begin to understand1 said I confess to a good deal of secret amuse- - be But youro mistaken hi one thing ment and admiration the fellows take Jack If sho hadnt been thore you suchgqarjnoturislts amXdotbekwork wouldnt huvti VaxAdmo down Â¬ fWmm specimen lemons have been seen here SHEEP Nearly 11000000 boxes of lemons came Good to extra shipping 3 25 2 75 1 50 2 50 into the United States from Mediterra- Â¬ Fair to good LAM11S nean ports during tho last year Tho Good to extra spring 4 75 4 50 SUnscilllTION UATKS 4 00 2 50 lemon season with local dealers begins Fair to good Dally 1 year 800 with Sunday flOOO 1 00 with Sunday 00 Dally o months November 1 when the first new Sicily Daily II months 2 U0 with Sunday ii0 lemons nro due and continues tho year Dally 1 month 75 with Sunday VOcts through Whilo tho overimportution of Sunday t year2U0 OF Weekly 1 year 100 I months 50cts Mediterranean louions last year has left a largo supply if old stock on hand thero Specimen copies will be sent free aro Just now no good lemons to lie had Postage prepaid to all points In the United States Canada and Mexico In all other coun Â¬ here During November of last year Capital Block 825 000 tries 2 cents per copy per day payable by tho 120000 boxes of now crop Sicily lemons Surplus 7 600 subscriber wero sold in New York but nono havo TEUMS Bttmowall Tcnu 1 F BEARD President yet reached this port this season Tho Remittances at Cash In advanee always WILL MILLER Vice President first cargo of Messina lemons is however the risk of the lubscriber unless made by M U BEARD Cashier Registered Letter Cheek Postal Note Money expected daily aud another steamer Order or Express Order payable to The New I carrying above 0000 boxes of tho saino O W BEARD New York City York Times Publishing Co Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDUK Klclnoy and Llvor Trouble high grade is duo this week i R M JOLLY Addross all communications thut i Tlio crop of Florida oranges this sea Â¬ and Norvous Doblllty ON TIME DEPOSITS THE NKW YOHK TIMES son Is the heaviest known a conser Â¬ INTEREST PAID PrlLtlng House Squaro 10 Years of Suffering Ended by vative eetlmnto being 1500000 boxen New York City NY Taking Hoods M SB whilo it Is believed by other authorities 0 1 Hood tt Co LowcllMajj i that 5000000 boxes will gi out of that The cfTcctiot HooJa HamaparllU In my csae hare been truly mxrveloui It far lurimuei Stato The weather in Florida during any other medicine I havo erer taken For i tho summer wus highly favorablu for tho years I was troubled with torpid liver kidney development of tho fruit nnd many trouble and nervous doblllty and was young groves aro coming Into bearing A Helpless Invalid for tho first time Tlio fruit Is ripening CAN I OIITAIN A PATENT f For I hart been taking Ilodei SursaiarltU or three Prompt answer aiul an nlOneit oulnlon write to month and I feel that I am cured I vet better earlier than it has for several yearn past M UN N ib CO who have bad nearlr Ofty rears xperlenoo Iu tne patent uains ouMunio now than I have or sixteen years I thank and Is reaching this city in heavy quan tlmiaalrictlv nnnHilantlsl A lluuilhookof In- Ood Orst for my health and C J Hood is Co formation oonoirnlui Intenla and bow to ot tities but prices aro very low duo to do 1 have recoiusecond tor Hoods Uaraanarllla tain inera sent free Alto a catalogue of mechan woks sen1 cay caused by recent ruins I nst week ical anu Bcioiiiina through irve t uo stems taken reewTe neclal notion In lie thero arrived besides largo quantities of tints ars brouahtthn Mr beforoAmerlrnii and widely the publlowlth tlie InTemor This sMemlld paper eat wirt the fruit bound for other points about Usued eeklr elertantlr Illustrated has br far the mended It to alt my neighbors and several of Light shipping Best Uutcbers Medium to good butchers IIOOS Choice packing and butchers to good Fair Houghs Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under 4 3 3 3 00 50 40 00 4 3 3 3 25 75 65 25 5 25 5 20 6 50 1 75 5 40 6 25 6 75 5 00 The subscription urlce of THE WUERLV THE TIMES is ONE UOIIAU a year WEEKLY TIMES la a capital newspaper It contains all the current news condensed Iroin the dispatches and reports of the daily edition 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RrOWvYl LWi j February 4 II 11181251 51219 26 -- 613 2027 Sunday Monday TiKDAYi WEDNEJDAYl THlDAY FRIDAY F8 5 9D 27D 5aturpaY NEWM00N FULL MPSH LA5T tfofUt 296 tf 1522 23 3 llffllP ivraFjtMiiSR llVSH ir StM s5SSSP MSaiW 3HUWUVM wictcli has Import upon you under tlio fallacious show bf nn nustera grimace will yon necdihnvo it that everybody Is like him Confound tbe good with tho bad and e iuieliido thero nro no truly religious in thu wotld Leave my dear sir such rash concluslonsa to fools and Let us bo careful to distin libertines guish ns between virtnonud t ho appear nncoof it Guard if possiblo ngalist doing honor to hypocrisy but nt tho same time allow thero is no character In life greattr or moro valuablo than that of tho truly devout nor anything moro noble or moro beautiful than the fervor of n sincere piety Â¬ PR H ifaAf rt 7 t T 8 W MM Actum nnil lri Hrlier All actors nro not moral All prenchere aro not moral There nro bad men in nil professions There aro men nnd women on the stngo wboo characters nro ns spot less nnd their lives as beneficent ns nny In oui churches Crimes nro committed on tho stage so they nro in tho Bible Goodness and badness are put in opposi tion in both books and plajs The chief themes of tho theater nro tho passions So are tho subjects tor tho of men Â¬ Â¬ 5gaAra I tl NgA chisel of Angela the brush of Guido the pencil of Dore the burden of the eermein on the mount by Christ in whoso lips theie was tin guile and whoso every thought was without spot or blemish If the exposure of Bin is nn indecency to be consistent all tho literature of the world both snerod and profane must he committed to tho flumes Call tho roll of all the plays tlint achievo the widest and the most permanent success They aro as niiocent as milk and the leudersof the tuge would be aslon shed nt being licensed of ptoducing tin im moral piece The preacher contrasts virtue and view from a positive point of view the diamatist presents pictorial ly tho between virtue and vice and I now of no standard play which the r riiir is not alwajs tiiui pliant in the nd The Roman uct charged with having corrupted jouth of tho city said before tho senate YVIic n ilo wo lnlnitn lrn upon theslaie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BRECKENR1DGL WEDNESDAY INLWb 7 FKBKUAKY 1891 ULPIT AND THEATER SAFE COURSE FOR THE PROFESSED CHRISTIAN TO PURSUE Rcrmon by Icr Mucllnim C Piters at the Itlnoinlnilulo Ktforiilril Church In New YorU The Church anil the Since Ilnys Ilajers Â¬ Â¬ nnil theater owes its origin to reliIn Greece India nnd Chinn tlio was originally n religious cereand it was intended to promote religion In tlio course of time the drama ceased tolio a religious ceremony nnd bicume a work of ait Every student ot church history knows that the modern drama fiprang originally from tlio chinch in the dark ages the priests put the whole of tlieol ogy on tlio stage and in this way the rmlo and unlettered mull thit gathered on saints days were taught in an effective woy tlio truths of religion bo that in the Christian era the first thea ters were the churches and tlio first ac tors tho priests But secular competition grow apace and in 1378 the dean and chapter of St Pauls cathedral petitioned Iiichaid III to stop certain dramatic performances which wero heing got up in London Why outside tho church Because tho cathedral clergy of Kt Pauls had spent so much money on chinch ficcieiy und costumes msido tho cathedral they wero eager to crush all secular compe tition IVrverrltm nf the Dramatic Instinct In Elizahetha reign tlio secular drama had giowu so popular that n preacher Woo js me exclaims At tho play house it is not possihlo to gtt n feat whilo at tho church vacant seats nro Tlio clergy did not object to plenty the principle of acting or becauso tho play was immoral except when it satir- Â¬ ized thodiuiikcii nnd smoking rector Nor did tho clergy object to tho play becauso it hurt tho people but because it pleased them They grouncd when the peoplo phcutcd God lias implanted a dramatic clement in mo it of our natures letognizcd and cultivated it in the Bible It is not something built up outride of ourselves by Thespis and lchylus and Sophocles and Euripides nnd Terence und Plautus am Seneca and Congrovo and Fiirquliur und Corneilloiind Aliieri and Goldsmith Tlio gion elrnuin mony Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iufno life into our service Other things besides religion ore good Dickens woiks are eternal argu ments against injustice and in writing novels lie was ns well employed as in preaching tho gospel Mendelssohn by his sublime compositions did better 6ei vo tho world than going out as a mibsionnry to China and Shakespeare served tho world and his Maker better as a dramatist tlinnimiliUliopiitcncliing sermons that nobody wanted to hear The arts and bciencts must go hand in hand with religion and morality The Chiirih unit the World The church of tho past stood aloof from the world Tlio church of tho future will assimilate with it Tlio church has spent much time peering into amusements to heo what evil they contained mid has kept digging away nt this instead of putting divine grace into them anil letting that elevate and regu Wo have been nhnjihtd in late them feitetitig out and declaiming against tho evil and forgotten that we have a col responding duty to develop the goeid Tho cliureh has failed to legulato popu lar niiiUHtuciits it has withdrawn it keif from them and if tho devil has come in and taken full possession tho chui cli is to blame 1 know that I overstep the mark of received chinch opinion but I would rather be light than consistent If the church has with mistaken zeal fostered n false position it would bo cowardly luiMiig discovered tiio error to withhold tho truth from society through fear of beiig turned on and called inconsistent This agi mills men who have tho cour Â¬ age to unit pnjudicc Let us bring tho leavmof the gospel into the amusement lump mid teaeli tho peoplo how to uso amusements without abusing them and lavo tho church fioin her pres ent hu- Â¬ miliating attitude as thV declared en emy of the drama from attending which she has no power to restrain her members Tho wot Id is growing better the cliureh is giowing wiser Wo aro Religious opinion in a transition nge is bridging ov r the scandalous chasm which has mi long existed between As an ethical ques church and btago tion most pel sons nro agreed that amusements in the abstract aio not wrong Some peoplo mistake their prejudices for conscientious scruples Man has an animal natuie as well ns rational faculties ho has instincts that nro purely animal as well as character- Â¬ istics purely intellectual and spiritual nnd the playing out of theso impulses within the limits of moderation is just as sinless as in the animal pure Tho mind kept on tho connnd simple tinual streteli of serious duty will pre Â¬ Old maturely lose its hralthy action and young alike must have their times of sport and it is not necessary that wo bring tho hours of recreation under too Tho scrutiny rigid sciutiny of lenson of cousi ienco must bo there However pleasant it may bo to do wrong it is ucvet right to do it and sin committed in pursuit of pleasure is us sinful ns if done for tlio sake of profit But having miido this resiivntion tho wieest of us can sometimes afford to lay asido our dignity and become cliildieu how to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That Koe s on iiiiiunlslii ilif Do mo teach Hy tlieMiness uf wkke il undertakings Others to tr Kl In their fortiiiMen steps We nliow nn iirtint I Ulan tmnJerlsni Corinthian poison K riun llattt iles Dut mulcted so In the conclusion tliut Do home Ken thoeninetators that wcrosolncllncil changed men Water cannot rise higher than its source und the character of the theater cannot he sustained above tho character of those who attend it Plij wrights and nctors are not to blame lor what wo often get on tho htnge The Americans like slang and vulgarity Playwrights and actuis do not live to write and act they have the bread and butter human weakness nnd write und net to live They know what the peoplo wuut and they give it to them The noblo senti Â¬ ment rnies feeble applause but the word that looks two ways or tho exhi Â¬ bition of doubtful propriety brings all the feet down and makes all hands clap The theater nnd opein will never m tone and Kmi Iene y be above the life that tittends them The demand will conIn nothing elso do trol tho supply Ameiicaus phow such lad tiibtu as in their indorsement of plajs and players Miie beth Hamlet King Lear inPKichanl III aio theo tho types Look which most fieijue ntly appear at the placards on tho walls tor tho answer And the Shakspeaies Goldsmiths and Sheiidans are not likely to bo pop ular so long as people throng the theater to hear poor puns and billy songs which tho compounders of guyety burlesque provide Still 1 am hopeful for the future A loiger and more refined class of peoplo attend the theater than eer A higher tone of morals prevails in the best phi s and is manifested in the character of the players The cliureh has made a tremendous mistake in its wholesale denunciation of the theater A larger part of tho com Â¬ munity attend the theater and tho ma jority of our population are moral and virtuous Amusements nro proper for Christians becauso tho divine law written in our lieaits makes them so Thero is nothing in tlio precepts of our reli gion that makes us march down the path of life to the tuna of tho Dead March In Saul Tho pulpits vituperation of the theatrical profession is so as only a clergyman who nover saw n good play would ever dieuin of mak- Â¬ ing Tho stage seldom or never stiikes back The numerous scandals of Amer Â¬ ican clergymen now serving terms in the various penitentiaries of the land niford legitimuto material for tho stage These materials remain unused becauso tho dramatist tho manager and tho actor bavo too great respect for tho reli gion of Christ to weaken it by emphasiz ing tho sins of any of his servants Sonio men who writo aguinst tho sensuality of the stage remind mo of the preacher in Canada who declaimed aguinst dancing in such n manner that tho dancing went on hut the parson was himself discharged on account of the vulgarity of his discourse Tho time has passed for offensive dictation nnd inquisitorial condemnation on tho part of bigots Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Wonl of Caution IIFV MADISON C ICTKRS Smith nu nnd JIoiiiii As Martin Luther romped with the children nnd the immortal Clinlmeia trundled it hoop so our amusements trifling In themselves may bo consid ered wise for tlio sumo reason that the 1 bow needs to bo completely unbent do not tnko tho untenable and position of condemning everything I and Sheridan nnd Shakespearo Man is not responsible for tlio dramatic cle- Â¬ ment in his soul but for tlio perversion of it If vncnnt seats nro so plenty in tho church whoso fault is it Tho human wind is tho same in tlio pew as in tho theater The world suffers moro from too littlo dramatic power in tho church thun from too much outsido of It A preacher asked Garrick tlio tragedian Why is it you nro nblo to prodnco bo much moro ollect with tho recital of your Actions than wo do by tho delivery of tho most important truths Jly you speak truths lord said Ourrick as if they wero ilctions wo speak iic- tlons as if they wero truths And wherover today all Cliiistcndoiu through there is a man with graceful gestures modulated voice elegant ex- Â¬ pression npproprinto emotion nnd graceful action j wherover you find n man as natural nnd impressive as mi dlblo and as interesting ns tho actor you will find a full church Let tho preachcis work nt tho peoplo with tho same power iutclligonco nnd will as tho actor is obliged to work nt tho public depend upon it their achievements will be in proportion Tho actor docs not grumble because tlio peoplo wont coma I am to to the theater ilo says Peoplo dont coma to church blame becauso hey aro not Interested Let us learn from tho aptor how to read and Â¬ in life unless invested with seriousness That would innkii life too gloomy But if ol the other hand wo make life nil t unslilno and sport continually in its beams like insects of tiie day pleasure reekera only it is a very difleu nt thing That which may bo commended nu nu occasional recreation becomes very unmanly or unwomanly if mude thu object of daily pursuit Our amuse ments may bu prostituted to evil so may horses Becauso they nro so often tho gamblers lie lust resources shall wo refuse to use them The theater is pri- Â¬ marily for amusement and not for moral distinction Tho homo tho toclal elide the church the Sunday school tho companionship of good books end nbovo nil the Bible nro to touch us what is right und true Tho charge that religion is scoffed nt on tho stugo is false Hypocrites and charlatans ocasloually furnish subjects The can so of for Its characterization religion does not suffer when its spuri Â¬ ous representatives nro held up to ridi- Â¬ cule and contempt Christ did tho sumo thing Tho closing passage of an Tho Hypocrite old play contain Â¬ ing such n character would sccin to be a Biilllcient answer to tho charge to which I have just alluded Nay now my dear sir I must take tho liberty to tell you you carry things too far and go from ono extremo to an Â¬ other Whutt Becauso a worthless Â¬ ful posters the female uttire or rather tho lack of it the compromising atti- Â¬ tudes tho silly things accepted tho commonplace persons admired and com Â¬ mended thunder as much nt theso ns you will Let ridicule sarcasm niid denunciation exhaust their armories upon theso abuses these positivo evils Can I go to tho theater asks the Christian I answer If yon can Let every man bo persuaded in his own mind Refuse to do or go where your con- Â¬ science forbids but refrain ulso from condemning jour neighbor whoso con science may not require him to walk in the Fame path you have marked out for yourself From amusements that demand of you nn outlay beyond your means you had better stand aloof If you huvo dol- Â¬ lars mid diijs for tho theater und mites and minutes for tho church you need reconsttuction Confirmed theatergoers ate unfitted for lifus duties I have scores of women in my church who pay good prices lor their matinee seats Sat urday afternoons who reluctantly drop it dime in tho contiibutlon box on Sun day These women never huvo time nor inonoy for tho Lords work How many of you aro bo given to levity so giddy fo frivolous that you are incapable of a serious thought Your heurts aro sot on having a good time On co a man stood stunned at tho first aight of the Nlugara When ho got his breath back ho simply said I wonder bow much machinery all this would Wo aro told thero is enough turn power thero when converted into elec- Â¬ tricity to light tho world And there Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho theater is hero to stay Reform is tho note of tho future Eliminate tho bad Encourage tho good Tho shameÂ¬ Do ou Tkmikiiaxck Lectuhk know remark d a prominent saloon keeper thut poverty is tlio best temper Where n year nuo many anco lecture men beio ill Cloverport took numerous diluks of liquor evt ry day these name ment will bo your character through men nro now almost total abstainers Mr Palmer the London The pinch of hardtimcR has caused theso all eternity actor dropped dead on the stage whilo men to hold tighter ton dollar than they quoting tlio words of the play OGod had formerly bei n accustomed to do Is there another and it better world hnd they now only spend money for the do not know what will bo your exit but in that hour there will como before absolute neees ities of life and they you all you have been and all yon might even do with fewer of tin m Will the return of piosperlty cause have been Oh men nnd women of the theatrical profession to whom these these men to nsume tin Ir extrava Â¬ wotds may tome prepuro lor the clos- gance was nskid ing scenes of this life when the footMany of them will Not ns it whole lights will be the burning wotld the never bo drinkt rs ngain Where nt one oichestra the icsurrectlon trumpets the n world of tinio they were careless with money imd tragedy the upheaval of graves und the closing scene the dis liberal to u point of extravagance they will now bo steady and economical alpersing of tlio audience to their evermost to niggardly close fisted stingy lasting homes of glndniss or sorrow Amid till his ielty und excess Burns iicbs hod moments of deepsciiousness recog Tills then must bo an exceptional nized mans spiiitunl und immortal spasm of reform part nnd the necessity of living for Not nt nil it is only history repeating something higher than this present Itself The experiences of every mans 1 wus struck the other day with vwu Id these linen a grand sermon which he lifo nre pretty much the same Ho will cut to nn intimate friend never lenrn by what ho eeefi or what is Tlio olec of nature loudly rlex told him ho must know It by exper- Â¬ And many n meiiuiKu from the skies ience then it is everlastingly impressed That something In usnoerdles There is a period In every mans life Tliut on this fi nil unecrlaln stute llimtr niutieiHiif clernul hcIkIii when he goes a killing pace nnd the TliAt lutiire lift In worliWunkitoun pinch of poverty usually brings him to u Must take lis huo from tills alone glory bright Wliolirr us halt He then dots something that he woeful nluiit Or ili rk us iiiIm could not before be accused of that is he bincc I len my honored llrst of friendi On till poor helm nil depends goes to Fober thinking Tho result Is Let tin thu Important now employ that he turns over a new leaf and settles those who iieonlie And down to bo a good business man The To jtrow ol I gracefully one must live substantial citizens of today once comtemperately calmly methodically bo posed the wild reckless gmg of youths The reckless youths nre Interested In nil that la going on in the of the town ever with us but they in no way exhibit world be cheerful happy nnd contented and nbovo nil keep the blood puro nnd viler spirits than did their fathers before vigorous by the uso of Ayers Sarsapar them when they were on the turf Eye teeth must be cut and tho young men illtt Bo euro you get Ayere of today nro only following the well bpaten paths of older men Its an ill LEADING LIES OF HISTORY wind however that blows nobody good Thero was probably no such man as and the result of these hard times will Romulus be that many men will be made better Thero never was such a person as Pope citizens Joan the so called female pontiff Oiu and Ixfmm In tho days of the Wellington nt Waterloo did not say early history of llreckenridge county Up guards nnd nt cm lived a man by the name ofMartin Shell Alfred the great bid not visit tho Dan Â¬ man His home was on Stigar trco Run ish camp disguised ns n minstrel in the astern part of the county Ho The existence of tho Colossus of was a fine old man n prosperous sub Rhodes is considered by Rome historians stantial citizen and his worldly posses Â¬ ns extremely doubtful sions grew under the skillful manage Â¬ As bis Thero is no historic atitboiity for the ment of bis industrious labors statement that little George Washington descendants who now reside in the county have the old gentleman had cut down tlio cherry tree at- Â¬ many distinct peculiarities among them Cromwell and Hampden did not tempt to sail to America just before the being that of an innate sense of humor which never failed to entertain and outbreak of the English revolution amuse his associates For npt compari- Â¬ Philip III of Spain was not roasted to sons nnd odd expressions the whole fam- Â¬ death by a roaring fire because court et ily is noted Ono day Old uncle Mar- Â¬ iquctto forbndo nny one to come to his tin was complaing to a friend of tho in assistance He died a natural death I tell you my firraatives of old ago Pocahontas did not save tho life of friend said he I am nothing like the John Smith It has been ascertained man I used to be Im getting so that I that this worthy man was the most able am no account at all Why I can re- Â¬ bodied prevaricator of his century member the time when I could go into Seneca was not a half Christian philos- the harvest field and drink my gallon of opher but a grasping money lender and proof spirits and never miss a lick the usuer who died worth over threo mil- Â¬ wholo day long but now if I drink a lion pounds quart Ill bo dinged if I cant feel it Ceasar did not say Et tu Brute A Great Bonn The greatest bore in Eye witnesses to the assassination de Â¬ the world is the man who will always posed that ho died fighting but silent 1 ke a wolf talk just when you want to talk He Richard III was not n hunchback but will spin some long pointless yarn and a soldier of line form some pretensions as you think ho is coining to a period to good looks nnd grent personal strength you make preparations to get in a word But the talker from Tnlkersvillo is not and courage easily headed ofT when ho once gets in General Cnnibroniu did not say The tlio lane He learns by your restless in guard dies but does not surrender attentivcnes that you are aiming to take Tho words wero the invention of u Paris issue with him and ho crowds you to journalist and attributed to him Mary Stuart of Scotland was notn thu fence by spurting up louder and beauty She had cross oyes and to save moro briskly nnd continuing his strain Every com- Â¬ tho trouble of having her hair dressed until it is lost in eternity cut it oir close to her head and wore a munity contains a few of theso individ- Â¬ uals and Cloverport is no exception wig Sappho tho poet was not a wanton A couple of theso long winded gents fur-Â¬ beauty nor did she throw herself from nished quite an amount of amusement tho Leucadian clifTto bo cured of nn un- for the loafers around a stove ono rainy worthy love Tho latest investigations day last week By somo accident they prove her a respectable married woman got squared against each other In con- Â¬ versation and ignorant of the fact that with a large family Queen Elizibeth was not the angelic they wero creating amy amusement they fought a royal battle They understood ereaturo represented in history and of her own times Her hair was each others tactics well and the contest Finally they ml her temper red hot She some waged long and loud times drank too much nnd at any provo- hushed in disgust ami their counte- Â¬ nances plainly showed that each thought cation would rarry on like a trooper tho other the greatest boro and most ignorant ass in existence Liver and Kidney Cure ParksSuroCuri is the only guaranteed remedy Its action is quick nnd positivo Jumik Jaiikhs Couiit You Fay Will stop that back ache and your name is Maiy Stiremup nnd that A positive specific for all diseases you live down in tlio Incubator of woman WliysuHor when it will Yes sab A It Fisher druggist euro you Well Mary tho olllcer hero tells mo that you were making It uncomfortably Taking1 a Nap Standing warm down there yesterday evening by Janitor Fastirjan of the new school circulating projectiles have you any house in IVrryvillo Auburn says that thing to say about It whilo the pupils wore at play in the yard You see Jeig it is jisllko dis Dars the other day ho looked out the window Juno Fiissem who libs in tie uex stall to and saw a number of them gathered me and shes out in do yahad puttin around a littlo girl Their actions indi her chUen up to callln my chUen cated alarm and ho went out tosco what poah white trash Now Jcdg I dont the trouble was lie found tho child to low my chUen to rail any body dut bo Bound asleep while yet standing upon an I wont take it ofiou no body My her feet Janitor Eastman took tho girl ohilens J is ns puro Afican us nny in hia arms and carried her into one of bodys if ilit is yullfir phank God dubs the teachers private rooms and fixed up nothing hut pure Afican blood in mo u bed and pillow for her out of shawls so I jia laid for dut stinkin Jane Fussem and various kinds of wraps Hero she an shyed a brick at do kinky headed remained for overall hour Bleeping as wench when she cuuicd along soundly nnd ns peacefully as though in Five and tho cost her moro comfortable bed at homo Af Â¬ ter her nap she appeared refreshed and Siiieaii Out A most amusing clrcuni Was eager for piny ogaln Lowlston stance was witnessed in Cloverport ono Journal day last weok A man was driving two hogs along WhII street by ropes fustened to a bind leg respectively the other ends being each looped on to a separate wrist Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla the lines paving through his hands These wero pure country hogs not being used to town or town noise or town When Ilabjr was lck o care her Castorla When aha wo a CliIU the cried for Castorla Ilov T C iRluhart Now York When the became Miw aba clun jr to Castorla A corn oh tho toe Iih write thorn Ih tho Hcsh which C C When she had Child ren m garu thn riutnrus Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ U enough vigomiu manhood mul worn nhhood in this city if rightly applied to illumine irir whole country But bo hold the thoimaiidi wasting that power throwing tt to the four winds A Wanted Life If nt Inst wo are compelled to look back upon a wasted Iffe wo ourselves And re will lo tho severest critics member tills When on go nut of this world and your life has bten wasted no encore can ever bting you back to re As the tree fallcth eo It enact It Your chin act er nt tho lust mo licth Lhnl Mnrly 41 jTtouf kpSt Spy1 tWhS dyis 3 SHOE Mim l ogugla FOB GENTLEMEN Gtm Sri vs II F r mmr n mf mh BSBTZfttV i U ittfj l met al m ik n U 65 84 and 0300 Dross Shoo S3I30 Pollco Shoo 3 Sole 8250 HL i TTsajl r5sa irsriiHis in iih tcm lll fifittiiSdfX Shop mwimwmmmmmmtt -- si WWs3S5f i Alla i Nm vW -II 2 and 2 for Worklngmoft 175 for Boys AND LADIES MISSES n-i vwm I S3 t W1S1 W A V II Y8k i rv Tn - iim CAUTION If nny di nlctr ofler you W I IoukIo shoos nt a reduced nrleo lias I um or rots ho nnmobom with aiuntpeu out ma Ilm lu fwiltn i t flown as a framl 1 S250 S2 I7U ninjs give W L DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish easy fitting nnd and bebetterÂ¬ consatisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make Try one pair vinced The stamping lof W I 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 nitord to sell nt r less profit nnd we believe you enn snvo money by buvlng nil your fnotwenr nf the dealer adverÂ¬ tised belo- - Catalogue frco upon application WX DOUGLAS llrockton Mus W H BOWMER SON CLOVERPORT KY rs lln Â¬ ways Every thing was going well though tho nervous Bliyingandtho deep gtttternl grunts of the hogs plainly indi cated time they would ranter lively If the proper scaro crow presented itself This was furnished when a youth came flying along on n hi ycie The porkers could stand it no longer nnd they im- Â¬ mediately took to flight one up and ono down tho street When they got to tho end of their ropes they were brought up with a jerk that threatened either to pull n hind leg out of a hog or an arm oh of n man The unfortunate driver was stretched out so taut that ho resembled n jumping jack and ouly needed somo ono to strike on the line to mnko him cut all kinds of pigeon wings Friends rendered assistance by hauling in tho slack of the hogs and the man was re- Â¬ lieved from his uncomfortable position Â¬ J D BRASHEAR TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick House CLOVERPORT KY Desires to sec nil the tobacco furmers of this nnd Eurrounding country Louisville St Louis I exasH H Co TIME Taking iilucl SCHEDULE At G00 oclck A jbTO 22 H Eunday Dec 17 183 54 I WmI Bound Train 51 S3 AW Bound Tramt STATIONS Mall 62 Exprs Kxprs Dally 6 30pm 6 45 7 2 7 8 Mall Exprs Dally Kxpr Dally 8 7 7 TnuNX V Should bo kept nt stables nnd stock- Â¬ yards Salvation Oil is tho best friend not only of man but of dumb beasts as well For swelled joints strained ten- Â¬ dons old sores saddle galls und wounds of all kinds thero is no remedy like Salvation Oil Price 25 cents per bottle Â¬ 7J5 7 47 755 8 04 8 1J 8 21 40 8 43 9 00 9 07 Dally 45un 800 IvUnn ptar 12 45pm Kentucky hit 12 20 Westloint lltOltn Ilrandenburg Juiton IrvlnKton Webster Jodllmrg Pierce Simple Holt Kkron Itock Haven Long Branch 815 714 3pic Howard 917 934 9 45 1147 1132 1124 35 30 7 07 0 48 0 40 0 30 9 20 11113 11 17 658 830 8 31 8 43 964 1004 1014 10 20 1028 1033 1030 1050 10 61 lu9 1050 1041 614 667 652 10 S3 Â¬ School Report Cloverport High School for the month ending Feb - 1891 10 j Number girls enrolled 100 Number boys enrolled Wholo number pupils enrolled -- 11 100 Average daily attendance n 10 Averago daily absence Per cent of attendance Number cases tardiness f7 21 Number visitors UONOIi 111111 SCHOOL IIKIAKTMKNT OK 865 900 JIM U14 6 00 917 92S 9 31 9 4J Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman Falcon Caycc 1075 10 20 1011 10 1003 9 48 lb 5 4S 6 40 951 HIS 11 94 9 S3 9 It 9 08 9 04 624 621 5U Hi 1UII2 10 07 10 1124 11311 llawisvills Ictrle 922 6U9 4 19 I 1018 10 35 10 48 10 U 41 4 4 4 4 1131 11 40 5J 1U 1109 1114 11 ItOll 1125 1133 Â¬ v llasketts 719 310 Third Year Hertha Mattingly Nellie 1153pm 114 12 I Ol in 130pm arHendersn lv 705m 265pm1 Â¬ Simons Forest Moormau Edward English Western H R LouisyiMeHadinsburg Second Year 01iin Fullon No 3 TIME TABLt First Year AMarion Dow nier Lodosca TAKING EFFECT JULY 29 1891 May Pearl Perrigo Fred DHuy Harry West Hound Trains Kast Hound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dally Humman Proctor Keith Wallie Iishen ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Lightfoot Miller No 6 No 1 No 2 No f U 00am Iv lrvlniton Ar 930am aitAMMAIt nntAIITMBNT 11 40 Oarfield 8 TO Sixth Year Jane Huinbleton Mamie 1165im 8 00 Harned 1212 Hardinsburi 7 40 White 12 48 Kirk 7 M 100 Fifth Grade Damon Beavin Joe Jollv 7 fo 118 Glendeane 6 40 DHuy Jennie London IJIlio London 25 Dempster 6 0 145 ir Pallsfloughlv 610 Adelia Moorman Eliza May Bertio Mc 2 20 Itock vile 5 37 232 Gavock Ella Popbam Winnie Wendel Ruth 5i0 2 41 Asklns 518 ken Joo Fallon 269 Oaks 5 00 33 lpm ArPordsrillelv 4 45am INTKIIMEDIATK IIEIMIITNEN Fourth Year Samuel Berry Warfleld THE LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS Ala LINE Collins David May Malcolm OBrien h K A 8T L R R Isadoro Popbam Edmund Wroe Char- Â¬ SHORTEST QUICKEST lie Berry Nora Perrigo Irene Jarboe AND BUST LINE 10 Geo Jarboe Chas Zirkel Third Year Maude Witt Dora Berry Mary Oglesby Jesse Moorman Gcorgo AND ALL POINTS Wendelken 1 III 1212pm 1222 1233 12 33 1242 1260 12 67 lloliin Mattingly JrlffitV Stanley Worthlngton Heads SpoUsvllle Owensboro Iewlsport Powers Pates 868 8 40 8 25 815 802 7 51 7 51 7 43 7 35 7 27 4 31 4 20 4 08 4 011 3 47 3 41 3 SO 3 23 337 316 108 St Louis Evansville Second Year Uraco Geary Clara Time Card in Effect Jul 31 1892 Dyer Mattio Graham Maggie Wroe by Louisville 805 a in 825 pm4t29 pm James Furrow Weardo Graham Carl ArrSt Louts 720 pm 645 a m Evsnsvllle 120 1000pm Gregory For further lifonnstlon call on or sddresi First Year Arthur Gregory Eel ward R A CAMPBELL Harris Oenl Pais Agt St Louli Mo J II Looan Supt IMMAHY DEPARTMENT West and South West Â¬ tfnftesi Tb ilnv tppnuuoii or J B CAMPBELL K mg3 7p fin WAYNES OINTMENT without oj inttrmil fcll po-i-ii- is hvi raMlODi WOj tsvada bom on lltt fM A htswlir aUtr Utl 3iiv k ia mdi jw bit andW t th AAintt U1 for hy draxfliu r filiaavipal r jwr arvjfm Uf iCMIDL itch n Wtfil -- St D P TnnllllKT City Tloket Offloe 8 W Cor Third AMsIn LohIstIIIs The WEEKLY oimi wife Dr COURIER JOURNAL Is a ten page eight colurar Deuiocrstto Newi psrer It oonlnlns tho best of everything goloy JlrNBY Wattkrion is the Wltor egiigffiiacwaojirciiijpfi V Royal - - Price 100 a Yoar - - Germeuer Cures La Grippe La Grippe is again in the land claiming thousands of victims every day Meet the enemy when lie first attacks you The Wsskly Courikr Journal makes very liberal terina to apeuti and glres free pre Â¬ miums for clutn Sample copies of the paper and fiiur pigo Premium Supplement sent free to any addreu Write to Courier - Journal Company I OUINVIMi KY THE URECKENRIDQE NEWS AND TI1K Weekly Courier AddreisJNO Will be sent one year to any address for 2 00 Journal DIMDUAOK Cloverport Ky Â¬ Royal Germetucr U the thing with which to fight the monster Stay in tho house and take teaspoonftil of lioyal Qermetiier In a teacup of hot wa- Â¬ ter every hour a little sugar makes it pleasant as lemonade It will reduce tlio nnil ilnn the pain quioker than any other remedy and no doubt save you weeks of agony and loss of time Thousands have tried it aud praise its virtues BS BUCKEYE PIE OINTMENTI CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A Control tuer Cough Syrup nictucr Pills Cough with dcrme SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho BEST rnunREMEDY FOR PILES it Hiciuaneoa amicus to STtons Keep bowels open with der Co Dr J L Moorman Kings Royal Germetuer ATLANTA CjA Druggists or will be sent pre- m on receipt oi price uy us Itov Ix for f 500 Germetuer Bemedies for sale by Germ Resident Ufllt e Willi llr sr Dentist J T Oivnu CLOVERPORT KY All kinds of Dents irnrk doss and fsotlon guaranteed cifully removes CcrtHln Cora Cure most Mer Â¬ COInvialSBo flermetuer Cough Syrup 60o Germ IHid or Hrlilxe ikt istil -- JMOMWHMI THEX BRELGKKNRIDQJEX Of Ihr ConJlllcinof the NHWS GLOYRRPORT KY - WITH if you wane to - 5 Breckinridge iNConruxATKii Bank Ky loth t Of Clovorport At the clout if Hullncii Diremlier AShliTS KiitcsaniUHIIdllKountril Iltlurct uml 1urn lure llmiklni JM71H 15 Ircitint Ovenlralts llond Due from llankt Suit IMlilnAccount Hnue nMl Lot ii 56 S cxi J 7 oj JS 07 3U5H1 SHle uml Currency Sij1 17J4 Ji 4 IIAIItlllthS Cnpitnl Slnck Snrhlun IiiihU Untllvlilril Irohtu in2n 5 451mm Iunii Dlvlilrmt No 194 percent declared Individual Deposits Certificates tif Deposit I P1V Tanct vAr UWW iH 04 4i tf JJ Duclnllanki Ihlidiy lSn co J cirt MJ74 V SiJJ t J 107 07 -- January 1st iSl A 11 MtlLLMAN Cashier i BRECKENRIDGE 1NEWS 7 1891 WEDNESDAY FKBKUARY LOCAL BREVITIES F is v KJ Going fust tobacco ennvns talkers soil shot 8 at prices Snlzors tliat will X surprise you James Deane of Hock Vale was in the city yesterllay llemembern Ladles 400 shoo for 25 at Sabers Miss Minnie Murray returned to liar dlnsbuig Monday A public well is being driven at the corner of Wall and Poplar streets Mr Logan 0 Murray of New York was here visiting relatives Monday Morris Eskridge of Hardinsburg was in tbo city Saturday on legal busintss Mrs U G II ill and son Virgil went to Henderson yesterday to visit relatives Mr G M Mullin if the bridgo crew spent Sunday with bis parents in this city It K Woods of Louisville was at ills old home in this city a few nays last week -- r--- - Theestatoof tholate Owensboro D M Grifleth 10 has been appraised at i37l Master Walter Oelo gave a party to Ids many juvenile friends last Friday evening Mrs W II Mullen and her daughter Delia are vititing Mrs Joe Friels near Victoria N G kins Jackson lias rented Caleb Haw farm on the pike and will run it this year ki jf Fa i He v S G Shelly closed bis meeting at Holt last Friday with 17 additions to - 1 f 3t i 1 the church Mrs E B Oglesby went to Mt Ster- Â¬ ling yesterday to visit her sister Mrs Geo Chick Mr 0 N Mastcrson of Lewisport spent several days with Miss Etta Mul- Â¬ len last week James Hambleton of the Owensboro Inquirer ofllce is the guest of his sister Mrs Pat Fahoy Miss Amanda Deane came up on the She is train yesterday from Owensboro the guefit of Mr and MrsO WMoorman Engineer James A liuckby brought the Branch engine in last Saturday evening Mr liuckby is nursing a wounded hand The News has issued an artistic calendar for 1891 for the benefit of its friends and subscribers They are now ready for distribution Mrs Kate Bennett of Irvington Mr C F Heyser and Miss Fannie May Hey ser of Leitchfleld were at the Heyser House Saturday and Sunday The Entro Nous club will give a Val Â¬ entino tea at Mrs C WMoormuns Wednesday February 1 fth hours 3 to 5 and AH are cor- Â¬ 7 to 9 Usual admission dially invited Mr and Mrs Henry R Deane of Glcndeanc announce the marriage of their daughter Mary Lou to Robert Lee Haynes of Whlteavllle Thursday Fob loth at 1230 PM It is reported that Col JcfTSterett has sold the Plalndealer to D A Powers and Wo dont put his son W S Sterett much faith in the roport Jeff lias been in tho business too long Mr Jos B Biggs of Stephensport lias been appointed a store keeper guager in tho Owensboro district Mr Iliggs is ono of the cloverest men in tho county and a good Democrat His appointment will give great satisfaction - Tho local editor is in receipt of a handsome paper weight a prcsont from John Ryan It is a block of cannel coa from tho Victoria mines highly polished and neatly carved with the initials 0 S 0 It will over be kept in remem- Â¬ brance of a good friend and as a memen- Â¬ to from the raino of tho richest coal in tho world Dr 8 S Watkins and Mr Kirt Weatherbolt have bought tho vacant lots on tho corner of High and Third They have begun grading and streets will build handsome residences as soon These now as settled weather sets In residences will bo admirable Improve Â¬ ments to that portion of tho city Mr J D Brasliear is in the 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 bnyor for the company will also call on the tobacco growers at their farms Tho American Co buys ex- Â¬ tensively and pays full market prices Tho advertisement of tho Falls City Tobacco Warehouse appears in this issue Mr A Dutschke is tho agent for this section and farmers who ship their to- Â¬ bacco to this house may rest assured whether they go with it or not Mr Dutschke will see to it that it is well cared for and brings the top of tho mar Â¬ Remember the Fulls City when ket you ship your tobacco to Louisville s xo an m i k a en ra Or reu are ill worn om nslly koA for tuHalag UUMiiriil illllltjr lrr Â¬ Â¬ f at Hpottsvlllc tion 1 ati Friday night while MlbsUora in FALLS CITY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE i hnv Cravens a popular and lovely joung Sill xe rs girl sixteen years of age was returning to Mm Retlie Collier colored died last any 7j Ky anything from prayer meeting she fell from tho Main St Friday lock into Green river and was drowned fill Cold wiather prott dors ovi rconts subject at Shu was accompanied by her sister and Sulers Liberal Advances Pour Months Free Storage man Mr Lee Frcy n well known young if any in Try a package of our ten ri lit tea In that section Special Attention to Privnto Sales Sulzers walking acrofs the Tho three were our time H Kem Ktm the wonuViful coal cuvtr lock when Mr Freys foot slipped and ho Sulzers PERSIMMON FLAT Ho was encumbered lino fell into tho liver write ad- A Clinlunqim circlo is being organized A by a heavy coat and boots but finally Items are scarce in this city to V write succeeded in swimming ashore Then in Tho health of this neighborhood is An infant child of Joo Reid colorid it was that ho first learned that Miss tolerably good at this writing died last Friday us t0 J A Craven who had hold of his arm nt the A tn Miss Lucy Johnson is visiting relatives Join tho sport get somo valentines time had also fallen and was drowned at Clovorport Sho expects to return for today Sulzers The sister could render no assistance homo In a few days Dr R T Dempster of Rock Vale was but had to stand nnd sec her sister for Mr Sherman Weatherholt who has it Every in tho city last week if Is What Rov I C Argabright Is perish been visiting his parents here for some mines have gone into The Baskettcoal The body was found Saturdny morn AccusodOf Saying About you time expects to return to Illinois in n order the hands of a receiver ing where it had drifted against tho lock few days Born to the wife of Albert Adaum Feb Sanctification want is Renedict Klder has gone near Owens 1st a fine girl Lucinda Ferry CHANGED THEIR TUNEboro to work on tho farm Read the advertisement of tho New Somebody is to filled M Holland coal mines in this issue Farmers And Laborers Union Men The Religious Row at Cold Spring Is sighing up tho way Benedict please come back Still Agitating the Atmos- Â¬ Now Endorse the Man They Chase Sanborns Golden Rio codec see and Wo had n flno hop at Mr Walker Damned Four Years Ago the best on tho market Sulzers phere Whites Friday evening All enjoyed a overy samples Mr R L Ballman of tho Lewis Bro The Farmers and Laborers Union of good time Music was furnished by the saw mill is nursing a very sore band Grnyson county met at Leitchfleld the REV WILL HYNES TESTIFIES K W K string band of letter Mr Jnmes Galllgan was summoned to other day and adopted tho following Mr Chas Klder is having a nice house Cannclton to attend tbo funeral of his resolutions Goods is Having seen in tho Hkeckkxrumi erected on his place Lou Elder is doing uncle First That wo heartily indorse tho Niwr8 a communication from your Si- tho work Mr Walker White expects Lent begins to day anil blessed Ashes before answerd course that Gov J Y Brown has purForcibly to movo into it as soon as completed rocco correspondent headed will bo distributed at the Catholic sued and wo kindly thank him for tho Ejectedln which thesald correspondent Miss Lillian Greenwood who has been W church a you on k stand ho has taken in favor of the toil- most signally failed to state tho truth visiting nt Mr Chas Riders for a few Peach cherry strawberry raspberry of Kentucky against rings and moI feel it my duty in behalf of justico dajs returned homo Sunday evening buy the quinco and plneajiple preserves Sul- ers 1 nopolies and the causo with which I stand iden accompanied by Miss Lorenn IIawkinn too zers apple butter 1 Second That wo heartily indorse his tified to request you to publish my reply and Miss Dessio Rider same write You can get wall paper at 2 cents sin action in regard to enforcing tho pro- Â¬ which is the truth of tho matter On Your correspondent has been out on gin roll when ho hangs it at tho custom- Â¬ to day visions of tho constitution prohibiting tho night on which tho so called trouble tho scout for a day or two If your two P ary price at T F Sawyers tho consolidation of parallel railroads in occurred I was at Cold Spring Church at noted correspondents from on botli Mr Ed Hambleton of Sorghotown sides us received Kentucky a meeting conducted by tho Rev I C of me will keep in their boundary for n was the guest of his sister Mrs C E Third That we admiro and commend Argabright I had been present at al- time I will try to inteiest you once n in Lightfoot several days last week untiring zeal in crushing out that most every nceting during that series of while It is a fact worth knowing that as a his hydra headed monster lately in Ken meetings and had frequently been called A certain vounu man exit struck ho lmd household remedy for children and tucky on by Uro Argabright to assist m prayer nt the hop Friday evening ho iwked adults Ayers Pills are invaluable or song so when he Uro Argabright everybody in tliu house who that girl The merchants of this town say their MR P C BRASHEAR held n testimony meeting inviting all was over yonder witli that pretty red business for January was exceedingly Resigns as Teller at the First Nation- Â¬ christians to speak I felt at perfect necktie on As ho was on his way homo good for tho times Much better than liberty to do so I testified clearly to ho stopped at n neighbors house and al Bank of Owensboro they expected claiming nothing they insisted on him staying all night as Reid who has been Engineer Fatty Mr ICBroshcnr tendered his resigna entire hanctillcation visiting his old homo at Bucyrus Ohio tion as teller in tho First National moro than tbo experience spoken of by they haw ho was somewhat oil IIo said lias returned It is reported that Fatty bank to tho board of directors at their David in tho ono hundred and nine lie believed lie would being ns ho felt joined tho Elks at Bucyrus meeting this morning Mr Brasliear teenth Psalm and ono hundred nnd sixty bad position has been connected with tho First Nat- Â¬ fifth verso Rev W S Tabor was pres Ira Dellaven has accepted a STEPHENSPORT ional for a number of years and has ent also and testified to entire sanctificaas guard at tho Frankfort penitentiary Ho entered upon tho performance of his been a faithful and efficient officer In tion Another Florida spell This wo did in a tiuo spirit of worship accopting his resignation the bank show duties in that capacity last week Jas Iliggs is in Owensboro on a busi Â¬ Wesley Robertson died at his home ed its appreciation of his services by and without thought of oflunse when ness trip of near Union Star last Sunday tho 28th granting him a months extra salary after tho praiso meeting ended Bro W II Morgan spent a few days in Ho was taken with pneumonia Mr Brasliear resigns that he may devoto Argabriisht entered the pulpit and as Louisvillu last week ult to his entire time to pushing nnd enlarging sailed our doctrine nnd church in a way fever and was sick only a few days Russell Davis of tho L St L T it if Tho Prohibitionists at Tobinsport his growing limo business at Stephens that was neither Christ liko or gentle- was in town Monday have nominated W W Weatherbolt for port Tho best wishes of tho bank ofli manly To this however wo listened Wo have n new pavement on water trusteo and Georgo Wincholl for As- Â¬ cials and his numerous friends hero will quietly and patiently considering that street and several new crossings in 15 A sessor Tho woods are full of Republi- Â¬ follow Mr Brasliear in his future efforts Christ taught that ho that despiselh Copass filled his appointment holiness despiseth not man but God in tho Raptist church Saturday and Sun Â¬ can candidates for all tbo ofllce s and for success Owonsboro Inquirer After the service I made my way to the day politics is at a fever heat pulpit where Brother Aigabright was Tobacco Prices The report that was in eirculatien hero Miss Vova May Miller of Cloverporl last week of small pox being in Owens- Â¬ The receipts of tobacco in Louisvillo standing and after shaking hniids with is tiio guest of Mrs Frank C Kerry this will sell it to will boro is positively denied by tho Owens- Â¬ last week were very largo and tho capac Â¬ him commenced a conversation which week turned onto the subject of sanc- Â¬ boro papers The Messenger says that it ity of the market was tested to tho naturally of Mrs Geo Rarkly gave a candy-pullin- g Notwithstanding this there tification Speaking of tho experience knows of no case within a hundred miles utmost Friday night Jan 2 to the littlo preach against it but of tho place These aro no doubt tho was little chango in tho market from the I said You may You think you folks Ho said previous week but seemed to bo for tho I have it facts Miss Mollie Staldman who has bceu answered I know Good and medium Hurley leaf havo it to which I Mrs Cassandra Basbam died at the better strong and active at a slight ad- Â¬ it and his reply was It is a lie a lie ntlcnding school here returned to her Georgo W was residence of her I answered You may call mo a homo Sunday 11 Stone Leitchfleld on Tuesday tho 23rd vance over tiio rango of last weeks a lie Mr and Mrs Leo Dowell and daught Â¬ liar all night but you cannot oflbnd mo re- Â¬ prices common leaf easy and tho bid 81 Her ult at the advanced ago of After somo further talk in which I er Helen went to Sample Friday to at Â¬ 7 mains were brought to this county and ding slow good lugs steady common lugs and trash dull and a bid or two quoted scripture to sustain my position tend tliu funeral of his mother Unburied in tho family cemetery near in will Your correspondent just has a few ion Star Mrs Basbam was tho wifo of lower than last week dark tobacco ono of tho deacons told mo to get out of Henry D Basbam also deceased and steady and fairly strong though with n the house which I did feeling grieved moments in which to collect her scat Â¬ in spirit that a minister of tho gospel tered thoughts so please excuso brevity she had many relatives and friends all limited demand at public sale Some Breckcnridgo and Meade county should etumblo at tho promiso of God over tbjs section of the State Thoso wero splendid remarks tho Mr is to That this is tho truo statement I refer Drummer made concerning hard tiines There will bo a largo delegation of Re- Â¬ leaf lugs and trash were sold the prices any inquiries to thoso present among nnd tho present fitness of things but it publicans from this city to Hardinsburg ranging from 900 to 240 whom were N Suol Josoph Greer II seems to tho writer liko tho howling is sell next Monday Tho doligation will not Haynes nnd J A Kendle Another Candidate go as a unit for any ono man but considnot altogether one sided and the great in- Â¬ As this it tho truth with proof I shall trouble about inspecting the sheets is sell In this issuo will bo found tho an- Â¬ erably divided All the available wagons of John W Jarrett of not answer any personal matter pub Â¬ perhaps both sides aro black blacker and buggies have been secured and they nouncement Wui II vnks expect to have a real hot time Reuben Stephensport as a candidate for County lished in reply blackest to tho action of the DemMiller will tako up a big delegation and Judge subject in Mr Jarrett is a staunch TOBINSPORT so will Capt Ahl and wo presume the ocratic party other candidates will see to It that they Democrat an honored citizon and a good Items of interest scarce man He has been a Magistrate in the John Hinton literally Blows His aro not left Mrs Gard Agnuo was quito sick last Head Off by Accidently Firing Capt Penny of tho City of Owensboro Union Star Magisterial district for sever- Â¬ week will is ono of tho oldest stearaboatmen now al years and his rulings in this capacity His Oun Whore is your Florida weatiier now on tho river Ho has been in the busi- Â¬ have always been according to law and Meagre information has reached this Mr Kditor7 He ness over forty ono years and his ex- Â¬ testimony tempered with justice Mrs Vina Rogers is visiting old friends is well known all over tho county as a city that John Hinton a young man 18 Ho wont perience covers a wido field into tho business when quito a youth wlso and influential member of tho years of ago residing near Fordsville in Clovorport now There will bo services at tho M K and has filled overy position from tho County Court and his nomination for accidently killed himself ono day last church overy night tiiis week He is a Judge would bo an Indication that tho week deck to tho pilot house Geo Ryan Sr went to Cannolton Full particulars could not bo obtained thorough nteamboatman knows the river party is exercising good judgment in the nut it is reported Unit ho was out hunt Â¬ Saturday to attend quarterly meeting liko a book and the wants of tho people selection of her standard bearers How dy how dy how dy Is all the ing alono and was found dead with a There Is no more accommodating man DANIEL BH00K3 J M I1ARPEK J 0 BOURNE McQUADY charge of shot in his neck and head go now Primary you know tho 28th on tho river and it is a pleasure to Solomon Pcekonpaugh and wlfo are CO BROOKS BOURNE Ho was lying by a fence and it is sup Success to tho News travel on his boat posed that ho was sitting on tho fence visHing relatives nt Don Juan this week Cold weather is horo at last Lectures AH Polk lias bought Mrs Lavina Cun- Â¬ Tho school at Jolly and Pleasant View when tho accident occurred During tho season of Lent beginning closed Friday By taking hold of tho muzzle of tho ninghams farm for whichMio is to pay to day with Ash Wednesday a series of CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP Prof AVilson and Lyons havo bought gun and liftingit from tho ground it is soo sermons will bo given at the Catholic the McCracken land Tho Democrats have selected their thought that the hammers caught on a LOUISVILl K KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS church by tho Rov Pastor at precisely Bro White filled his regular appoint- Â¬ rail when It was discharged tho wliolo committeeman nnd aro now ready to go 730 p m Tho devotion will close with ment at Corinth Sunday load striking him under tho chin and to work benediction Ave Polk had quito a seige with his of Iowa is visiting literally tearing his head to pieces Tho Mr John Rhodes Tho subject of tho first sermon is tho his aunt Mrs W A Jolly corps was a horriblo sight when it was back ono night last week but has im- Â¬ biblo proved Mr Ben Miller of Kirk was the giust found Does God command us to read of Miss Eliza Lyons Sunday First Levi Voyles of Ilreckenridgn county Young Hinton was a very popular tho biblo parents boy of a good family and his untimely was over Monday on business with the Mrs Chas Lyons viated her Aro Catholics forbidden by Second Mr and Mrs T F McCluro of Hardins Â¬ death has caused great horrow In tho Polk Rros tho ihurch to read the bible Court convenes at Cannclton this community burg lost week The series of instructions will bo of in- Â¬ Mr Cnrr will bo tried for tho week Mrs Mattio Roberts has returned to terest both to the Catholics and their her home at Ekron after several weeks murder of Rryant most- Â¬ friends All are invited to attend Thomas Weatherholt is improving visit to friends in our midst with his broken leg and it is hoped that Several of our boys are talking of go- Â¬ ly Louisville Stock Market he will be out soon ing to Illinois wo think they are only should bo rich to lnsuro The Louisville hog market was dull talking wo hope so at least Geo L Polk had a horeo trado last to to health Poor blood moans Saturday and ho now begins to wonder I and weak last Monday Best packers Mr W I Wilson Is a candidate for good many in the Anromla dlsoased blood there- are any horse traders in Heaven sold at 525 with a county surveyor subject to the action of pens unsold Cattle were also dull and tho Democratic party Mr Wilson is a Tho Prohibitionists met in convention moans Scrofula The good Democrat and qualified for tho poÂ¬ full cent lower for best butchers hero at this place somo ten days ago Apple Trees 2 years old 1st class 500 per 100 prices rango from 2 to 375 for best sition and wo hope ho will got thoro all and nominated their men for township Apple Trees 2 years old 2d class 300 per 100 butchers shippers 2 60 to 400 bulls right offices Peaoh Trees medium 2 to 3 feet at 10 cts each 150 to 275 feeders and stockers 250 FOR SALE The Smith Sale cows and calves 12 to 35 to 305 Thirty years lenia on New Holland Coa 2 50 to 3 Spring Thoro was a largo crowd in attendance Good fat sheep Mlncsincliutlntr hore three mule anil other equipment Tliii mine U tltuateil tix mile to at tho public salo of D R Smith deÂ¬ lambs 375 il cii uir iiwcniuDrn un iM fii to i tt Onlv email and la In irood oncratlnir condition ceased near Wolf Creek last Thursday tho Croam of Cod llvor Oil payment will be nccciary to aecure trade Commitee Republican Cunty rah will be and FridayTho bidding was spirited and taken in onrichos tho blood j euros balance call on or addre coal lor further par- Â¬ ticular Hahmnshuuo Ky Jan 25 01 You everything brought good prices Mr Anaomla Scrofula Coughs II O SIMMONS are hereby notified to meet in Hardins Â¬ Smith was one of the wealthiest farmers Owcniboro Ky Colds Weak Lungs and Feb 12th at 1030 a in for con- Â¬ and traders in that section and his estate burg Wasting Diseases Physicians sultation The convention will meet at Is a very large one Ills farm is a flno A trial will coiivIhco tho most one well improved and is under a high skeptical that C CC Certain 1 p m and we have some business that tho world over endorse it Mrs Smith his cultivation Cougk Cure it the groat est uon t state of we understand has rented the uiu be auenueu to ueioreuanu widow romudr extant tor tho cure Dut be dscetred by Substitutes Â¬ fail to be on hand at the time stated place for the present year and will oper ef Laurlppo Croup Coughs rrpirl - Beet BohihK V All DnififiUu o CeWs ate It Fkank Haswkli Chairman Lent begins to day Nire pop corn Snlzprfl Fresh sweet pickles SitljiurH Valentines all the go Sulzers lyr defenders ear muffs Sulz- - rs Get it now tobacco canvas Sulzers A clean sweep a new broom Suwrs Tho great clothing paver overalls CORA CRAVENS DROWNED Young Lady Falls Into Orecn River at tho Spottsvillo Lock and Meets Uer Death A A ZDTTTSOIIIKIIE WHITE DTOKEHSOIT bet Ninth most distressing accident occurred CO f Send a Letter yLl cant come Write for If you want informa- Â¬ person Tenth Louisville We buy your goods mail orders at exactly y the same prices as you O were buying them at our ITS LIE w counters UE LIE vice on anything line Oil our H Â¬ Â¬ 0 Â¬ - are always at a o O Welcome A Â¬ 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I JSk i Yt I z y i Â¬ Â¬ SUOrVll III M5RDC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dont You Hear It The praise come Â¬ Â¬ our Goods and our prices are We are making prices heard everywhere suit the hard times and you dont believe Next Saturday prove you And we We on that day the famous brand Bleeched Cotton THE HOPE son-in-la- For which you have always paid 10 and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sFhimselfT cents per yard cents at the small figure of quantity not limit you A and we great many have asked us why we make such offers We have but one aim and that more goods and of gain new custom and the better course the more goods we ducements we can offer you So dont stand your own light by dealing where you never get a bargain but come and help you help us and we Very Respectfully B F BEARD CO HARDINSBURG KY Â¬ HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock HIGHLAND NURSERY Blood We have about 15000 Apple Trees Ben Davis Rome Beauty and Wjnesap deliver our customers which we propose at the following prices cash on delivery - 1 Emulsion 4BMHBHWHMHHr Scotts All other stock at reduced prices Order now as we do not expect at these low prices hold stock long Address CLOVERPOROfSr 8 Highest of all ij THE Leavening Power BREXOKELlSrmDQE v NEWS GLOYRRPpRT KY starve to death Now weve said our say and think we are even with you In every sense of tho word and if you will smooth down tho rough places on your tongue shake the lethargy from your tangled mind that has become conglom erated since jou inuUd to town and since we country people put you intfi ollive we may posit our vote for you again next Augut Hut we have one request to make of you when you start out into the country clectionecting We please don n pair of ill cent pants country people like to be heated with respect What a change in tlio vine clad hills since a few weeks ago when tho trees were robed in their party colored livery that tho eye loved so well to feast upon bright plumed songsters sat among their brandies and warbled sweet notes to the sighing breez which seemed to signal the dreary present Tho inrry songsters have flown to sunnier dimes tlio brown seared leaves haw fluttered to the ground one by one tlio cold wind howls a re Â¬ quiem over their silvan tomb while tho parent trees divested of all their loveliness stand out in bold relief like gliosis of the past Â¬ Â¬ Latest U S Govt Re rot t RgMm Baking m Breckenridge News 7 1894 Mr Salvers introduced a bill allowing tho Commonwealths Attorney a fee of S iu cases where the flno is loss than 50 Thts hill authorizing County Com Is to declare streams navigable was passed THE houmiu SIROCCO MOTHER IS GONE On Saturday January 20 tStft death visited tin chamber of Mis Mary Ball belter known as Aunt Polly She was very old and tlioFe who knew her loved and dierishid hi r an a good old lady SImiwps taken sick on Tuetdny and lingered til about i oclock Satur day night when the Lord said to her tired spirit Come home then it bade farewell to its habitation of mortaity Â¬ Powder ABSOUUTEiy PURE WEDNESDAY FKBRUAKY looks like all such bills will bo killed in the Houso tills session Senator Gross has a similar bill now pending in the Senato which may go through that body Tho bill making it a felony to carry a concealed deadly weapon was killed by being refused a second reading The bill for compulsory education was the first on the order of tho diy and it was refused a consideration by being re- Â¬ committed Tho chances are that it will now go into a long sleep in the commit- Â¬ tee room unless it is called up especially to put the members on record as being for or against it Â¬ Thursday Fob 1 The Charlton bill protecting labels was pawed almost unanimously The resolution proposing to enlarge the clerical force in tlic Auditors olllce was defeated The bill permitting counties to spend surplus moneys on public roads was pass Â¬ ed PILING SKYWARD Now Bills Continuo to Shower Ono Upoh Another in Tho Legislature The bill permitting physicians to com pound medicines was passed A new compulsory education by was submitted by the Coramittco to day It makes compulsory education local option by permitting any county to take a vote on the subject when 100 citizens of tiie county petition to that effect THE SENATE Mrs W K Miller is much improved Mr Charlie drown and daughter is im- Â¬ proving slowly at tills writing Old turlo foil i Phillips was married Inst the to Mrs Snllie Sundidg near Newton Kansas Dr Henry Dinn of nenr Central City Ind wns visiting Ids sister Mis Eliza beth Cut rent last week Mr Ilnrvy Day has returned homo nfter nn extended visit and business trip to his old home iu Ohio Rev Dave Shuck of Kancas visited his cousin Mrs Current last week and lth tmtmmwmrmmt mmmmstmmmn When you Want a Lawyer Do you ask all the attorneys you I Â¬ Evening Sessions Made Necessary The Senato bill which permits turn pike companies to collect toll by the to Facilitate the Completion week or month instead of eacli time a of The Work person passes through a gate was passed by the House A bill was passed which requires a railway ticket olllce to be oponed thirty minutes before the schedule time of the arrival of a pasieuger triin also that a notice shall be posted in a conspicuous place when n passenger train is known to be as much as thirty minutes late The bill limiting an election precinct to thirty six square miles failed to pass The bill permitting cities of the fifth class to elect a town marshal who may resido in the county and not in the town was passed and the Hotw adjourned till Monday Compulsory Education Bill Put to Sleep But Comes Up in Anoth- Â¬ er Shape- - Laws Are Made Slowly But a Few Have Oone Through and Reached the Governor Â¬ Friday Feb 2 The bill requiring tho engineers of cities of tho first class to stand an exam nation occupied most of the time in the Stiiate to day It was extensively discussed Senator Gross tak ing an active part in the debate favoring the bill It was pasted by a good major- Â¬ ity A bill was introduced authorizing an enlargement of the capacity of the Frank Â¬ fort penitentiary Mr Froman introduced a b 11 making it unlawful for any person to reside or do business on a bat on any of the rivers iu or bounding tho State without llrst obtaining a license from a county clerk and paying a fee of 5 for fame The bill is intended to prevent unworthy persons from residing on shanty boats Mr lugli introduced a bill which pre Â¬ vents the laying of any poll tax except for school purposes Â¬ LOCAL OPTION EDUCATION THE HOISK Friday Feb 2 The House refused THE SENATE to reconsider the resolution expressing Five new bills to- Â¬ the feeling of the members in regard to Fiiankkort Kv Jan 25 Special- - Monday Jan 2 day the nomination of Judge Ieckham Tlio Senato did quite a considerable The bill to abolish the State Hoard of A bill proposing au amendment to the amount of business to day A few bills Constitution was submitted It provides passed were tbem being Equalization passed its second reading atnon Mr Frohmansbill providing thatcities that convicts may be worked on county sellpool tho bill to prohibit of the fifth class that did not make nn roals ing at any place except at the race Mr Saunders introduced a bill authorcourse and tlm bill to prevent public assessment last fall may do so by the 1st izing any lunatic asylum of the State to carriers from violating the local option of April was passed Till IIOfdE condemn land to secure or protect the law by delivering jugs and packages of Monday Jan 2t Compared with water supply of such asylum liijuor in local option districts Tin SENATE Senator Tyler introduced a bill to make other days the House did nothing to day Saturday Feb 3 Mr Wathen intro Reduction when the female is under remaining in session only 10 minutes A report from the Clerk of the Court duced a resolution proposing to convert twenty one years of age punishable by of Appeals showed that the ollice paid the Feeble Minded institute located at confinement from one O five years in Â¬ the penitentiary unless the seducer has last year about 10000 clear of all ex Frankfort into a reform school for boys penses The Capitol appropriation bill was married beforu an action is brought or THE SENATE made a special order for next Wednes before a final judgment is rendered in Tuesday Jan 30 Senator Weller in day the courts the girl seduced THE HOUSE Senator Gross bill providing for the troduced a bill which provides that if Saturday Fell 3 Many reports from establishment of two institutions known the father of a bastarti child should die of committees were passed to their second ai the State Industrial School for boys within three months after the birtli the child or while a suit is pending reading to day and girls respectively was advanced by against him that suit may be brought A substitute for the bill providing for a reading Tho bill asks foranappropri free turnpikes was submitted It pro- Â¬ ation of 100000 for this purpose and against his heirs Senator Martin submitted a bill which vides that if by vote of a county such a minutely describes how the institutions provides that ministers attending church road is desired it is to bu controlled by shall be manged and children attending school shall not the Federal Court TUB IIOlHE Mr Jones of Grayson introduced n Thursday Jan 25 The House con Â¬ be charged toll on turnpike roads THE HOlSE resolution proposing afternron sessions vened early to day 930 a in but ran out Tuesday Jan 30 The bill allowiug This will probably be adopted as the of work by 1130 and adjourned The bill prohibiting the printing or women to control their separate estates Senato has already decided to hold after- Â¬ distribution of obscene pictures and liter- Â¬ the samo as feuiino sole passed the noon sessions on Tuesdays and Fridays Â¬ ature was passed unanimously This House to day and the action was ap These aro deemed necessary that the plauded by many ladies who crowded business now before the body may as bill orignated in tho Senate and it is now nearly as possible bo disposed of by the ready for the Governors signature when the galleries listening to the debate Among the score or more of new bills time the allotted sixty days expin s will be a law it Â¬ E M S The Stiirilill came up and after con- presented wits one to prevent persons re siding on fHhboats or shantyboats from siderable debate was passed The testimonials which the mail bring pilfering or trespassing on tho land along THE SKVATC in everyday run thus Dr Hulls Cough the rivers Friday Jan 20 Tho only bill intro A bill to provide for free turnpike Syrup cured the baby of croup It duced in the Senate this morning was of a most distressing cough to amend tho act relating to tolls roads and a bill to require railroads to cured me one of way were also intro Â¬ or it cured my little boy of sore on turnpike gravel and plank roads It fence their right We could not do without it duced throat provides that no lateral roads shall run Mr Crenshaw introduced a bill which within ono mile of such toll roads Asked to Define the Grip Tho bill increasing the salaries of proposes to reduce tho salary of Auditor to 3000 with an allowance for clerk hire Wo do not know what the grip is Judges of the Court of Appeals to 5000 of 2000 nor does any one else for that matter was passed Mr ilohrings bill limiting the amount Tho term is applied to a wido range of Tin iioimi which stockholders and directors may ailments from pneumonia to chronic la Friday Jan20 Mr Hart introduced borrow of banks in which tliev aro in ziuess Whenever a Dr is called and a bill to make bribery and other viola- terested was passed can not decide what ptrticular brand of of tho election laws a felony tions THE SENATE bacillus is getting its graft in lie an Mr Ilawes of Hancock wants to con- Â¬ Wednesday Jan 31 Senator Goodloo onunces that the patient has the grip vert the Feeble Minded Institute into a introduced a hill to day fixing the matri- Â¬ Hut tho genuine and there you nro House of Reform for young criminals monial ago at 1 years for both contract Â¬ grip with which this country became ac to that effect to- Â¬ ing parties Tho law as it exists at the and introduced a bill quainted wiiile that interesting disease day present time allows a girl to marry at 12 was making n tour of the world seemed A bill to authorize the Statu to publish and a boy at 1 i to bo an unhappy compromise between school books was introduced A bill was introduced allowing a cer tho influenza and inflammatory attact of Mr Crenshaws bill to reduce tho Gov- Â¬ tain class of convict labor to bo used in hay fever with mulligrubs served on tho ernors salary was reported adversely and the construction of court houses jails side It was calculated to make a man killed public roads and bridges feel about as miserable as to get pinched Mr Winfrey iutroJuced a bill which The bill relating to contested elections In a bank failure or pitched overboard makes it unlawful to unload steamboats after some amendment was passed 11 by a reigning beauty for an Italian jook on Sunday makes tho County Judgo and two Magls whos poor but honest parents conducted An act to regulate tho hours of work trates living nearest tho court house a a macaroni joint That is all the Ex Â¬ of railway telegraph operators and train- board to decide contests press knows about tho grip and all it men Mr Elistnn introduced a bill making cares to learn It makes ten hours a days work San Autonia Express and all time over that shall be consider- Â¬ it unlawful for any court or council to ed over time and tho men shall re Â¬ grant a license to any person except regMr C F Davis editor of the Bloom ceive extra pay for it The bill was in Â¬ ular druggists to sell liquor within Inwn says I can Farmer field troduced by Mr Clark seventy five feet of a court house recommend Chamberlains Cougli Rem Â¬ This was tho day that tho Compulsory Mr llayward introduced a bill allow- Â¬ edy to all sufferers with colds and croup Education bill was to como up as a ing per diem compensation to jurors call- Â¬ I have used it iu my family for tho past sneclal order When it was called a ed to do service for a single day two years and have found it tho best I shower of amendments fell and almost THE HOUSE ever used for tho purposes for which it smothered it Amendments covering Wednesday Jan 31 Mr Heckner in is intended CO cent bottles for sale by all tho ground of objection to tho bill troduced a resolution which proposed to A R Fisher Cloverport and Kincheloo were introduced and nearly all adopted show tho Kentucky United States Senat Â¬ Meador Hardinsburg Acting upon an idea suggested by the ors the feeling of their constitiiants in UiiKCKENiuixiE Xkws last week Mr Hay regard to tho appointment of W II A Nose Made to Ordir of Boyle proposed an amendment to pro- Ieckham to the Suprume Hunch It E Tiltonsor of Trenton N J is tho vide that the State shall properly cloth charged that his Democracy was not the children This was adopted by 01 yeas pure and for that reason did not deservo posessorofn now nose made to order to 10 nays These all made tho bill look an appointment under a Democratic ad- Â¬ out of flesh For twenty five years ho ridiculous and the House was preparing ministration The resolution was adopt Â¬ had beeu carrying a nose with a number of formations on it that made it unsight to give it tho knock out shot by laying ed by a vote of 53 to 23 The bill establishing a School book ly Ho applied to a physician and on it on the table when Mr Hilcs the author of tho bill moved au adjourn- Commission was reported adversely by his advice had all the flesh cut off and ment which was agreed to as an act of the Committee and was refused a second tho bone cleaned A new nose was then reading Tho bill providing for tho es made of flesh taken from his forehead courteous respect for his feelings tablishment and maintenance of training and his neck The patient suffered lit- Â¬ TJIE SENATE tle from tho operation although lie is Satunlay Jan 27 The Senate passed schools was also defeated Tho bill extending the tlmo for the over IK years old Philadelphia Iedgor the Pauper Idiot bill which provides that tho State shall pay the annual per payment of taxes from November 1st to Great Huiio Offer capita of 75 instead of tho respective December 1st was pasted and it does away with tho penally for delinquency Send us the names and addresses of counties paying 20 of tho amount Tho Hurt bill protecting gumo and three or more performers on the piano Senator Miller introduced a bill to amend the charter of third clas cities limiting the time for hunting to the or organ together with eight cents in It provides that distillers and saloon- Â¬ months of November and December was postage and wo will mall you ono copy Popular Music Monthly containing ten keepers shall bo ineligible for Council passed pieces full sheet music consisting of THE SENATE men Thursday Feb 1 Tho bill Increasing popular songs waltzes marches etc THE HOUSE Saturday Jan 27 Mr A D Thomp Â¬ the salaries of Judges of the Court of arranged for the piano and organ Ad Â¬ 1oiuiau Music Monthly sons bill for tho reduction of taxation Appeals from 1000 to 5000 passed tho dress Indianapolis Ind This Senate to day was refused a second reading Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ intcri sting sermon at house Sunday the 20th Inst ngarding denominational views He is of the United Urethrcn persuasion Dr Poer Anderson of Guston who passed from the stage of life the iMItli inst was a nephew to our neigibor Mr Dr Hlrch of Puynes William Hewlcy vile speaks of Dr Anderson in revering terms deeply regrets his demise as he was a man of excellent qualities and one of the doctors brightest friends Messrs Hanco Hambleton James Haynts and It 15 Shaklelt wtro the commissioners who dividt- up the Syl- Â¬ Some of the vester Huffman estate heirs sold out Mr James Gray bought several interests He bought Huckncek and enough laud on this side of the creek to amount in nil to fifty acre lor which lie paid 50 per acre Other parts of tho line farm I learn have ben sold but conflicting statements make me fearfal of misrepresentations Mrs Skinners school on Prospect Hill is progressing with fourteen scholars twenty eight enrolled In the district Armsted Starks crimps his hair dons his best bib and tucker hooks Tom Sneezer to his bucgy and heads for Rrandcnburg every Saturday evening Quite an improve- Â¬ to sec his lady love ment is going on about tiis farm a nice barn is being erected All this means something you know tnele Stepney Gilmore is still building castles in tho air but some how he cant get e in to take root on terra flrma Uncle Stepney is hale and hearty and looks forward to a ripe old age when he will set back and eat peaches oft of ids eleven hundred budded trees that are now bowing and scraping to the Noith Ho dont intend to con Â¬ west breezes tent himself with peaches however various kinds of fruit trees are spreading their branches over his domains while sheep and cattle b rouse hero and there reminding one n I heard a young man say a short time ago who had just returned from the far West Of tho num beiless herds on the far nway mountains of Montana I find it a good idea for correspondents to rep rt condition of public roads Dan Stiles through the public press marshaled his force and hopped to that road like a duck to a doo pile I know of a bad place in another road but will wait till the weather settlts before giv Â¬ ing full particulars for fear the super- Â¬ visor might get his heels and toes frost bitten The closing exercises of Mrs Morgans school called down showers of applause from spectators who crowded the house to its utmost capacity Orations exhor- Â¬ tations excitations expostulations conmusculara siderations jesticulations tlons and laughableationsand n whole lot of other ations were indulged in until every body iu the took the Ditto Herryman delivered a railroad speech in which he exhausted every language in this world and quit in disgust because lie couldnt borrow from some other world I judge from tho way Ditto handled himself in jestic ulating he has been attending school whero tlioljusiness is run by machinery and the student is turned into a verit- Â¬ able jumping jack The whole fchool acquitted themselves well The colored people in this community aro raising sand because the local papers do not give an account of them only when they get into somo devilment when their faults nre brandished before the critical gaze of the reading public Several of them hero without mercy are taking tho News and think they are entitled to notice through its columns I dont want to say nnythingto impede the progress the News is making in tills neck of the woods nor leave anything unsaid that I am capable of saying that will speed its good work It is getting a strong hold in this county is the favorite of many households A year ago only ono or two copies found their way to Sirocco overy week now when tho mail is opened every Wednesday wo see bunches done up iu Courier Journal style and they dont stay in tho olllce hut a short time after the mail is opened Everybody wanta to read tho News Our candidates should be careful about speaking of the country people as clod Â¬ etc hoppers stump jumpers Tlioy should bear in mind that these insig nificant creatures have au influence in the political arena and they will not hesitate to use it When tho trying mo Â¬ Their lulluenco and vote ment comes will count as much as tho lazy loung- Â¬ ing town lads who wal z up and down the street after the sun has hid its self behind tho Western mountain witli an upper ten society smile trying to foico its way over a peaked ruflKl face a cigar in one corner of the mouth and a pair of half soles tacked to the scat of These clod their nether garments hoppers stump jumpers country bump- Â¬ kins etc will bo Kt the polls the day of tho election just stick that away in Of coin so such appor- Â¬ your memory tions are not intended for tho best cluss of country people yet it has Its bearing even witli them They look upon it as Iu tho lan a slur at their occupation It vas petter guage of tho old German Wo mine frcn you dont talk too pig country people feel Just as pig as you mountain climbers olllco beggars who like tho eagles build your homes in tlio clefts of rock and if we country neonle didnt supply food for you you vould delivered and Sirocco school Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Moored In the rlfteil rock Irotiftti the tctnpckt shock llruvr It rooti him the nilcr it blow Stem winter is witli us at last tho wasto liko dreary panorama hat stretches out before me causes a eeling of ennui to take possession of one I long to be in the metropolis where the busy hum of life diverts onos thoughts and where one can step into a neighboring library and while away the monotonous moments with his favorite author It is a cold day when a set of jurymen cant study up something to have fun out of When they fall for the want of outside material they turn loose on During Circuit Court in themselves Hrandenburg some one took several copies of tiie News containing ray ac- Â¬ count of the mock light in Paynesville into the grand jury room and as George Chism was in town at Iho time they had him summoned to appear before their august presence when they proceeded to question and cross question him until in his minds eye lie could almost see If they the inside of the penitentiary had teased him a while longer he would have sworn he had never seen Paynesville Tho petit jurymen were also on the alert for fun Ono of their number whom nature had slighted in failing to distribute his share of beauty to his physiognomy was tlio unfortunate sub Â¬ ject of their attack They were devising plans to have Judge McHeath proclaim a charge agaiiiBt tiie man for contempt of court in wearing a false face in his lienors presence when ono of their number with tlio cheek of Lucifer stepped up and almost rubbing noses with tho man eyed him closely for a moment and ex Â¬ Men I believe it is a natural claimed face and yet it is the most unnatural looking face I t ver saw Â¬ Â¬ and wont to dwell with Jesus Mrs Dull was the affectionate wife of George L Hall who departed this life a few years ago They raised a largo family of children six tiirls and four boys They both sought the Lord early in life and their influence with their children was of such n character as to Impress their offspring to follow tho parental example and all found favor Two of these children with the Lord have sougl t the spirit land and now tho mother has gone to join them with the She leaves llvo girls and three father boys to mourn the lots of an eflectionate mother Aunt Polly was not what you might call an enthusiastic Christian but her aim was always to do right During the last years of her life her Bible was her dearest companion While it is hard to give up a dear mother wo know that tho lords will must be don Our homo is lonely with out mother and our sighs cant bring her back but by persevering in the service of tiie Lord wo can go to her and then we will be n family unbroken forever When we have been there ten thousand years bright shining as tlio sun there will be no fewer days in which to sing Gods praise than when we departed our earthly home Mrs Balls funeral was preached by Rev John D Duncan at the resideiico of her daughter Nannie J Shrowsberry where site had made her home for the last four years She was in her 82d year at the time of her death Dear mother wo can only say Soon shall we meet again Jleet never to ccr Soon will Peace wreath her chain Hound lit forever Our hearts wll then repose Secure from worldly woes Our songs of praise shall close Ncer no never Mithew Shrew sherry know io uuiko a bid mid then Do you not employ Iho cheapest and knowledge rather look for tho man whose skill of law insures thorough effort in your interests The same principle applies in the putchae of Dry Goods i Clothing Hats Gaps Boots hoes The diiForencu between poor Dry Goods poor Clothing and tho best Articles is a vital question to you if you arc interested If you arc looking for tho best goods at fair prices drop in and see us What Ministers Say THE AJbout ELECTROPOISE Mr Albert Favorite of Arkansas City Kan wishes to glvo our readers the benefit of his experience witli colds Hesavs contracted a cold onrlv Inst sprint that settled on inv hints and bad narciiy recovered trom it when 1 caught anotuer thai hunt on all summer nnii left me with a hacking cough which I thought 1 never would get ml of I had used Chamberlains Couirh It medv some fourteen years ago witli much suc cess ami concluded to try it agun When I had got through witli ono bottlo my couli had left mo and I liavo not sullercd witli a cougli or cold since I have recommended it to others and all speak well of it 50 cent bottles for sale by A It Fisher Cloverport and Meador Hardinsburg Kincheloo JACOB MEYER KY BIG SPUING uummupiuuiiu WWWM8WWW New v professional men lawyers doctors editors preachers and all classes includ- Â¬ ing tho writer aro very much mistaken tlio Electropolse effects cures gives relief whero all other remedies have failed especially is it efficacious in deli- Â¬ cate feeble women Itev W W Rruce Hustonville Ky Witli tho Electropoiso I have cured a bad caso of opium habit in less than two mouths time tlio patient now has no desire for tho drug Itev John I Rogers Danville Ky A kins woman of mjno who was appar ently rapidly sinking into tlio 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 and declares that she is well It is a mystery to me almost a miracle Itev W F Wyatt Morning Viow Ky I began to improve from tho first application of tlio wonder working gem my general health is better than it lias been in years I believe it to bo a Gods given remedy Itev Robt M Harrett Baptist Semi Â¬ nary Louisville Ky I gladly add my testimonial to that of many witnesses for tho Electropoiso Besides other serious troubles I liavo cureH a severe attack of lagrippo in one night treat- Â¬ ment Itev George II Means Covington Ky In ono nights time the Electro- Â¬ poiso relieved mo of brain congestion and vertigo My wife was relieved of a sovero attack of neuralgia in ono hour Address HuHois Webb Boom 10 Norton Block Fourth and Jefferson sts Louisville Ky LIME B0ATSC0MINO Editorial from Central Methodist Several of Them to Begin Loading in Meade County in a Few Says Catlettsburg Ky Rev Z Meek EdiUnless ten thousand men mainly tor Battletowv Ky Jan S0 Friend Â¬ Wall Paper Beautiful Spring Patterns at 3c par single roll V Editor I this day send my subscription for your paper for a six months visit I hope I may bo pleased witli its contents May the present yar be one of prosperity to the editor and all its renders We know times are hard tho hardest I have experienced in my busi- Â¬ ness for more than eight years but I truly hope this lack of confidence will pass away In politics I am a Republican but I read all good papers both Democratic and Republican I have sent J S Owing W M Greer D O Thompson and my partner Copt Henry Stiff a familiar natno to the peo ple of Breckenridgo county to Capt Robt Harnelrook Evansvilie hid for our flat boats He will start his steamer D S Nisbett witli them in a few days Owings boat goes t6 Wolf Creek Ureers Bennetts apd Stiffs to Stiffs Landing and Thompsons to Kings Landing Ky Owings is going to load for tlio South the other three for this river It is tit for tat witli us as to who can load and get out first this spring The general health is very good in this community Success to tho editor and all readers of this paper MJ Bennett Â¬ 4 g t h U K 6 IO 15 25 Borders to match Estimates furnished BABBAMS THE POPULAR FAVORITE- - KIS - MFGUM - Nearly Half a Million Cakes Consumed Every Week Sf TAR FORK Report of school district No 32 in Hancock county Ellen Anderson OS Ettie DoWitto 85 Minnie Chancellor 81 Lorona Dunn 83 Edny Carwlie 027 Omlo Dunn 00 Hat tie Burdetto 03 Surah Crow 87 Llllio Johnson 884 Florence Chancellor 05 3 ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON naT Artela Anderson 03 Emma Beatty 01 in ii i i wi ii Ellen Heaty 00 Mattle Anderson 035 Mindio Chancellor 034 Cova Keown 02 Bertha Keown 88 Elleu Keown 00 Nolio Burdclte 01 Emma Hurd tto023Mumio Burdetto 01 Alio Mctchof 03 Eddie Chancellor 05 Jaws Burdetto 04 Arra Heaty 83 Oscar Chancellor 01 7 Willie Bright 00 0 Wavie DoWitto 80 Oliver Chancellor 81 Ezra Chancellor 85 Chas Chancellor HI Joseph Chancellor 054 Ciellen Beaty 00 5 Oscar DoWitto 80 Frank Burdetto 05 Charles Bashani 05 Dock Wilson 77 Nat Dunn 85 This is tho general averago for the v w MB M Ml NEHVF NFEBO S O Taul term five months tu irWiuuVnui run umui buoI vw Wial h- w vm Teacher rower llBadcliVkaulnM IMnBliooJNtuUlly fcttilMloBl Nenoui reiiiiarlniumoor powrlnUeiirUYpOrnh cl ulihur Micauttd C C C Certain Corn Cure 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