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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iffitwfifgfwx4 y w- - tfrmn 4 -- t F5sr jrV at T VTSTfJCll THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY The Agnostic and the Christian IAttT lit Whe n this mortal shall h v NOVEMBER 28 1894 Small Beginnings Many of the great Industries ot the present day ate tho outgrowth of almost insignificant beginnings Hundreds of men who to day command euccceb and prosperity could if they would tell of sleepless nights and worried days in their careers when tho strugglo for existence seemed almost hopeless and when thoy hung on not with determi- Â¬ nation but with simplo inability to let go Great industries have been founded and carried to success w ith great capital but mighty industries have sprung from mall beginnings as well and many times tho hitter havo firmest root and foundation When tho little fellow flnnlly conquers success his neighbors assume n sort of proprietary interest in him ex- Â¬ hibit him to strangers as one of our leading and most successful citizens sir and tell with much priee of their know- Â¬ ing him when he couldnt get trusted in this town for n sack of flour sir The big fellow never gets any such praise as this in fact Its his mill or his factory that is known not himself The littlo fellows chances nre just as good to day as they ever were Perhaps in Â¬ deed theyre better Â¬ NO 19 SKIP Yo Crudo YEJIDS ie put n Imninrt PurlolnersAmateur Tum- - Christian blors and Moon facod Angola of the Sky lofl Press Should Havo a Caro Tho Aftor You With His Now Corkscrew Machino Old Man Is and Booardus Kicker SKIP YOU TODDLE KINS SKIP i 6 v Mr Wattcrson In Wednesdays delivered himself of tho fol- Â¬ lowing Tho editorial crap shootors as ho dubs them of tho Kentucky Pnss have been annoying him considerable of lato and ho goes for them after this manner Tho editor of tho Courier Journal finds himself tho subject ol a good deal Â¬ of loose comment of tho sort which al of universal in- Â¬ ways follows an event terest like the lato landslide Tho general purpose seems to bo not to state and then to condemn what ho actually did that was wicked or said that was mistaken but to make a congenial to tho caprice of the with moment to invest this certain opinions suited to tho end in view and then by way of showing the skill or wit of tho self constituted judge and executioner to topple the poor thing into a puddle prepared in advance to receive it with n splash On the present occasion all tho old ad- Â¬ jectives like toy horses aro trotted out All tho old adverbs aro made to do tin soldier duty Tho least of these adject- Â¬ ives and adverbs represents the eccen- Â¬ who was ever by nature whatever tric and by choice erratic meaning tluse terms may convey to tho lean and slippered underatanding of tho average paragraphist as in a state either Erstwhile tho of frenzy or jt spair object of this vicaiious and nominal cast igatiou has got away with threo square meals a day knocked tho spots out of eight hours of sleep each night and had of life in general tho lot which falls to the happy phi loeophtr whoso digestion is peif ct and whoso conscience clear If this was not so what would prevent tho enraged victim eo ruthlessly harass Â¬ ed from turning upon his pursuers and tearing them motaphoiically speaking Alas noÂ¬ of course limb from limb thing nothing I These crudo purlolners of pert sallies these amateur tumblers with intellectual snap shots these kids jtf kaleidoscopic thought these moon Iacedangels of tho sky loft should have a care Thoy should indeed Tho ob- Â¬ ject of their drizzling sarcasm being out of nolitics vet of an Inventive and in cessant turn has been using his leisure perfecting an apparatus designed to turn instantaneously a paragraphist into a nosegay to whisk him off tho faceof tho earth as it were and to twist liira out of a machino resembling a corkscj ow into a hopper and then to sell htm at a nickel a tlozon in tho flower market Agaiust this contrivance when it is per ficted tho Bogardm Kicker may kick but it will kick In vain In a general way it would not be amiss if the oditoral cran thooters should try to bo more respectful more truthful if not more prudent Some of tht m ought to go to night school and tako a few les Â¬ sons in grammar pronunciation and spelling as a diversion from the living picture disorder and tho cigarette habit which lower the standards of the manly art without elevating those of journalism Thoy really know not what they aro risk Â¬ ing Suppose for the sako of tho argu- Â¬ ment and tho illustration wo should tako one of these sleek unthinking im- Â¬ prudent lambkins across the knee and having slipped a bon bon or two in his mouth to sugar tho dose turned upon him suddenly maliciously with one of our cast iron easetnated lectures on journalism Hut that is too dreadful to contemplate Let us dismiss tho thought Yet havo a caro lads There Is going to be a light There Is golng to bo heaps of fun Dont you gut near tho combatants Dont you get between the lines Dont you even get too close to tho rear guard As Prentiss said to tho boys in Governor Footo shoots tho apple tree mighty wild I Your littlo cqulrt guns will do you no good Thoy are annoy ing to a man when hoa trying to go to sleep They may sometimes even worry a man when he Is ttyiug to mind his own business Rut they wont protect you against a aiugle one of the heels of a singlo ouo of the mules that aro hitched to the Protection Commissary wagon not even so much as to irientlon tho fiery untamed steeds that draw theFreeTrade Skip you toddle kins skip I Chariot la a friend whqis talking to you and It not an enemy Skip I Courier-Jo- urnal man-of-stra- man-of-stra- man-of-stra- Â¬ Â¬ Tliero is one mihjfct on which the and tho agnostic aro m far apait as Arcturus and the earth name Â¬ ly that of tho day after death To the agnostic death Is tho devourer of the raeo rapacious inexorable re Â¬ lentless For three years or more wo play the rolo of gods nnd our lives aro grand and lmprcssivo as tho music of n Then wo aro dissolved cathedral organ by tho cruel chemistry of distase or disÂ¬ integrated by tho wear and tear of time and that is the end Thought and im- Â¬ agination and hope and morality and religion aro other names for phosphorus and what wo rashly call the soul is nothing more than a curious concourso of particles whoso accidental juxtaposition makes this man a philosopher that man a poet and another man a clown Whon tho heart ceases to beat there is nothing loft of clown or philosopher or poet ex Â¬ cept a handfful of ashes whoso highest service is to fructify a patch of corn or enrich a bed of asparagus For n little while this wondrous piece of mechanism which we call a king or a peasant throbs with aspiration that soar to tho stars with longings that can neither bo limited nor repressed and then death smites him with tho apo Â¬ plexy of unconsciousness aud ho never recovers from tho blow Viewed from such a standpoint man is tho product of the most cruel creative processes He is rocked in tho cradle of despair in his infancy and in his old ago is hurled into tho abyss of annihilation If chance had happened to make him a dog or vulture without the ability to dream a glorious dream of immortality ho might have been happy But clinncu was malignantly intelligent cnougli to endow him with an irresistible faith in a future only to disappoint him when tho time comes to realize it In making our comparison of this view with that of the Christian it Is not our purpose to deal in argument as to tho truth or falsity of either theory It might be that tho agnostic is correct aud the Cliristlau incorrect in his statements that is a matter with which we havo no- Â¬ thing to do for tho moment We simply declare that for all the practical pur- Â¬ poses of a contented life for the product- Â¬ ion of that calm endurance under nillict ion which ennobles its possessor and of that sereno resignation which enables us to part with loved ones in tho hope of a reunion somewhere In the realms of space and at last to faco the conqueror of conquerors not like the quarry slave but like one who wraps the drapery 6f his couch about him and lies down to pleas antjsleep Christianity is as much better than agnosticism faith is as much better than doubt as healthy food is better than deadly poison Let us Illustrate Two people love each other husband and nife mother and child or It may bo lovers who are looking forward to a homo Truo it is that lovo is sometimes capricous and ovanescenjt but true it also is that life is sometimes irradiated by a kind of lovo which will last forever unless Ominipo tenco extinguishes it Souls united by such bonds are as necessary to each other as two halves aro necessary to a whole Each gives everything to tho other and finds every thing in tho othir Thoy j mrney side by side through summer and winter weather and so far from los ing its lustro this love becomes brighter purer tturer Ami more ennobling as tho years wax and wane It is not too much to say that such love is frt quently s en and that it is to tho heart which is en Â¬ riched by it what sunshine and dew aud intermitting darkness nnd day are to the wheat field But in somo fell hour tho lightning strikes and the child the father the lover is heavy eyed with the sleep of death The silver cord is being loosened tho golden bowl will soon be broken and neitherslghs nor prayers can stay the dread event Call tho agnostic his tears almost scald his checks as ho resolutely tells you of his honest doubts Ho cannot bid you hope for hope is illusive At othor times he may serve you well but now ho can only add to jour agony by pointing to eternal separation Call the Master and listen to His As to you my doar one- - who word falling asleep you havo begun the are journey to the home above You will meet there the loved who have gone be- Â¬ fore ami you ni thoy will patiently watt until the good God calls upon those who remain to como up higher As to you who weep your farewells on earth will soon glvo way to greetings in heaven The mother will not ceaBe to love because she Is there and you are here tho father will not forgit his child Â¬ Â¬ amid tho glories of another life tho lover will be a lover still in spite of death nnd that love shall Mud you closer In the other world than has been possible In this My Fathers mansions There is room for all Tho tolling bells of times nro answered by tho welcoming chimes of tho celestial city That is what a truo Christianity teaches and wo aver that for tho development of a v oil poised character of that heroism which defies adversity and beats alllictlon without a tremor It is unap prcaihablo by any theory of mau and his destiny which is contained in tho vol- Â¬ umes of science or philosophy If wo plant seed and it produces good food we plant tho samo kind ot seed year by year assured of tho result and teach our children to plant it in their 1 Â¬ Â¬ THE SECRET BALLOT Tho Domocratic Party Will Havo Enough to do Boforo 95 In Gutting Itself in Shape Â¬ Ivory llmm r At Floats feZ4 BEST FOR SHIRTS THE PRO0TER GREGORY WHARFMASTERS Yollow Pino Flooring Shingles Laths Cement GO and Ceiling Lime CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Also Wholesale and HcUII Dealers In Hair Brick DEnER LET THE SECRET BALLOT ALONE Doors Blinds Sash and and all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for Homostoad Fortilizoro Bone Meal and Troy fields also If wo accept the simple and undulter ated gospel of a Fathers love and it makes us fit to live ttud ready to die wo do well to leave that gospel to our heirs as t sacred and valuablo inheritance NY Herald Ringing Noises In tho ears sometimes a roaring buz zing sound aro caused by catarrh Â¬ that exceedingly disagreeable and very com- Â¬ mon disease Loss of smell or hearing also result from catarrh Hoods Sarea parilla tho great blood purifier is a peculiarly successful remedy for this disease which it cures by purifying the blood Hoods Pills are the best after dinner pills assist digestion prevent constipa- Â¬ tion SHILOH Mr Ben Singleton is all smiles It Is an eight pound boy Miss Allio Keys of Illinois is visiting Miss Carrie Shellman Mrs JacioBarrhas recovered from a severe spell of sickness Miss Maxie Bandy will spend vacation at her home Union Star Mr Scott Cart has declined moving to Union Star sinco tho election Mr Jabcz Brashear was tho guett of Miss Grace Barger last Sunday Mr and Mrs William Kroush havo moved to Mrs John Wheelers Mr Henry French was the guest of Miss Carrlo Shellman last Sunday A protracted meeting will begin at tills place tho second Sunday in December- Miss Amy Kroush has returned homo after a pleasant visit to her sister near Preston Tho school at this placo which is being taught by Charles Cashman is a great success Parents should tako a great Interest in their children nnd send them to school regularly Miss Ida AVhcoler ia visiting her brother in Louisville Wo hope sho will soon return Mrs Eliza Bandy spent last Saturday in Stephensport the guest of her sister Mrs Wilson Jarrett Tho Pleasant Valley school is one among the best ever taught at that place L B McCubblns teacher There was a party at Mrs Queen Hicks last Saturday night A large crowd was there and all seemed to enjoy them sulv8 very much Littlu Bina Bandy lost her gold ring some tiuiu ago while playing at school Sho is very much grieved as it was pro setted to her by a friend Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for Knot get a bottlo now your troubles and get relief This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the re- Â¬ lief and cure of all Female Complaints exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength nnd tone to the organs If you have Loss of Appetite Constipa- Â¬ tion Headache Fainttng Spells or are NervousisieeplessExcitableMelancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells Electric Bitters is tho medicine you need Health and Strength aro guaranteed by its uso Largo bottles only fifty cents at A It Fishera drug store Did You The Clinton Democrat believes that a largo percentage of tho people of Ken- Â¬ tucky nro coming or havo come to tho conclusion that tho secret ballot is not such a boon as It has been racked up to It says bo It is a sham and a snare and concludes his article with tho asser- Â¬ tion that tho voters of Hickman county and especially tho Democrats would bo glad to return to tho viva voce system It may bo well to be forwarned as not If the opinions of n good portion of the Democratic press of Kentucky nro to be heeded and thoy surely are then the question of abolishing tho ballot nnd re- Â¬ turning to the vlvn voca system is likely to become nn issuo in tho selection ot candidates for tho Legislature Among tho hold over Senators thcro aro several who were not favorable to the ballot and among tho candidates for tho Senato and House In 1893 thero will most undoubt- Â¬ edly bo some nnd may bo many who will favor the submission of an amend- Â¬ ment either abrogating the secret ballot or vesting in the General Assembly the power to provide tho system of voting The Democratic party will havo enough to do before tho elections in 1895 in the way of getting together nnd in tho faco of a probable suspension of tho State Treasury would act most foolishly In as suming either generally or in county conventions hostility to tho secret ballot To do so would bo to insist on defeat for every candidate whoso platform was a return to the viva voce system of voting or who was not distinctively in favor of the retention of a ballot furnished at tho public expense delivered to tho voter at tho polls nnd marked by him in secret It is useless to discuss tho relative merits and demerits of tho systoms but it v ill be wiso to remember tlint tho candidate who runs on an anti ballot platform will be compelled to faco tho pcoplo at tho polls with these self samo secret ballots in their hands and lie will go down Tho Republican party will endorso tho ballot In every convention hold in Kentucky state district county city and town be- Â¬ fore tho election of next year and tho Democratic party cannot afford to antago nize it The voto on a Constitutional amend Â¬ ment abolishing the secret ballot would itself be taken by tho secret ballot and does any one need to bo told that such an amendment would be overwhelmingly defeated Not only defeated but tho Democratic party would bo charged with tho attempt on the ballot and sutler ac- Â¬ cording The ballot is hore to stay and tho best should be tnado of It Coving- Â¬ ton Commonwealth Â¬ Orders accompanlned filled with the cash promptly BANK 07 EAUDHSTSBURG Capital Stock S25 000 Surplus 7 GOO B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vlee Freildent M H BEARD Cashier 1 Q W BEARD MORRIS KSKHIDQK R M JOLLY l 1 Nl -- Dire tors I OAMDLE CO CINTI INTEREST PA1DM STS0dD033 Hancocks Representative Hon Geo Yeager tholtepresentativc elect from Hancock county Ky is a rait er of fine chickens nnd within the past two weeks has brought sovoral hundred bushels of potatoes to tho Hnwesvillo market Cannel ton Telephone I Why ts going Hand in Hand TOPIC OF THE DAY are we doing such a Big Business PENNYROYAL V Asifcinc monthly medicine for Udles to reitoiv and regulate tbo mmsei producing free healthy and pain 1cm No aches or pains on ap discharge Now used by orer 30000 ladies Croach reused will use again InTlgoratrs these organs Buy of your druggist only thooo with our signature across faceof labeL Arotd substitutes Scaled particulars mailed to stamp ll OOper Address IUUEKA cnkMlCAL box COMPANY DaiaoiT iticu WAFERS ASK FOR PRICES SEE OUR VARIETY Then you need no further explanation Boots and Shoes Mens Cooil Hoots Iull Stock Ilrogans Klnc Shoes ratten Leather Ladles For ealo by CHAS C MARTIN Practical Druggists CIOVIiKPOHTKY Cloaks 1 Under The new Tariff Law Just received our new stock of unllned Shoes lined Shoes fine One lot Ladies Sample Shues worth I 50 to J j jo for Almoin mane ituiu uoois anu snoes ai a ing Ladles Jackets Cloaks S Itargain Clothing Special sale In Mens suits for Hoys yS 32 19 U I One Lot Ladles fine Capes and Cloaks ery cheap Dress Goods Sacqulnc Flannel worth 60 tor J I2 Krench flngham worth so lor ae jfi Inch Wonted worth 40 for A larjte variety of Novelty Dress Goods latest styles iS 9S a 50 Blankets 50 now go j j0 It 1 j0 250 350 Strictly all Wool lllankcts former price 5 00 now j 9S DouMc Grey lllankcts former price 1 t Mens Overcoats Mens Wool Overcoats Hoys Overcoats A laiRC stock of Mens 3 JO It 11 11 3 4 1 50 yS gS 24 I Iinc Tailor Made Suits G BO J 0 BOURNE CSC CO DANIEL BROOKS BRANDENBURG KY J M HARPER Fall G6ods Winter pa- Â¬ BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON Tho smallest cat boil is large enough to show that tho blood needs purifying a warning which if unheeded may re- Â¬ sult not in moro boils but in something very much worse Avert tho dnnger in time by tho use of Ayers Sarsaparllla Cured others will cure you We waited with HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl F Thanksgiving Proclamation Commonwealth of Kentucky Kxecutivk Dki aiitmknt J In obsei vanco of a long established custom I respectfully recommend that TnunsDAV the 29th Day of Novkmukii be set apart as a day of Thanksgiving nnd Prayer by ail citizens of our beloved Commonwealth For Gods mercies let us roturn thanks and obey his law by doing charities nnd kindnesses to tho needy nnd afllicted In testimony I havo hereunto Lu q Jget my hand nnd caused tho seal of tho Commonwealth to bo affixed Done at Frankfort this tho 2oth day of November In the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and ninety four and in tho ono hundred and third year of tho Commonwealth JOHN YOUNG BBOWN By tho Governor tience for the long talked of Tariff to come off and we assure you if you will come and STOCK YARDS KY Â¬ JSfe W Ea ZV PCR GAY RATES The most centrally located Hotel in tho citu 1 Examine Our Stock and Prices I you will readily see the difference between Â¬ j JOHNSON MANAOtR 55gi JouisviliKy Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR Tariff on and Tariff off Lovings Protective For a CAN I OBTAIN A BATENT Prompt answer and an honest opinion wrlto to PI IJNN A CO who have bad nearly flftr years experience In the patent business CommunicaÂ¬ tions itrlctly confidential A Handbook of In formation concernlnz Intenta and bow to ob tain them sent free Also a catalogue Of mechan Â¬ ical and sciontino books sent free latents taken through Munn Co tcccIto special notice In tho Scientific A lucrlrnn and thus aro brought widely before the publlo with Â¬ out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper Issued r eekly elegant I7 Illustrated bas by far the largest circulation ot any sciontino work lu the world 81 a year Bample copies sent free Uulldlns Kdltlon monthly SlM a year Hingis cobles JS cents Kvery number contains beau- tul plates In colors and photographs of new SI louses wltb plans enabling builders 10 show the itest designs and secure contracts Addresa MUNN CO Mew YOUK IU1 IIuoauwaT AND John W Heaiiley Secretary ot State Church News Ilev J P Jenkins was ordained as a minister of tho gospel at tho Baptist church hero Wednesday Itev J D Jordan preached the ordination sermon and a number of other ministers took Itev Jenkins al part in the servico ready has a call to preach and the News hopes to sco him soon installed as tho pastor of a good church Ellzabethtown News In Memory of Jeff Martin Does a loving mother far away yilh laded eyes and faltering breath Ior her wandering boy pray f Does she know of his untimely death r No mothers tears to soothe his heart The bridge man died alone Away frnm all dear to his heart Ifar far away from home Dress Goods and Trimmings New Towels and Table Linens will be on our special counter Be sure this week and call on us Collection Agency THIS IS NO HUMBUG BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY r 7 m JACOB MEYER THE TURNING POINT reached when you begin to have JPalfitn lion of the W C L OO dnvbCORDOVAN FRNCHENAMELLEOCAr Douglas CUnlT IS THE BIST NOSQUCAKINO T U3 T X PUIS tnni tjCuoiuii it9 Newspaper Reporters Wanted We are informed Itst the Modern 8 -- Press Association wanta one or two news Â¬ paper correspondents in this oounty The work ia light and m be performed by either lady or gentleman Previous experience ianot necessary and some of our voting men and women aw even old mn would do well to stoure uuoh a poo- - it taw stood the test of a quarter of a Dr Sage Catarrh Itlon m we umlemtemi it takes only century of Thats wiy the nroprlete about one fourth of yonr time For furÂ¬ Ketnedy rUk Uwy St we eaat take Ow ther partkiulate address Mokrn Preea your Catarrh we will pay yo- uAaAtWplOeafOIll MOO Ih eJktfaP - WOMEN IN SOCIETY --often need the sti cucth- cnlng support of a gener Â¬ al tonic and tiers ine cVm Tboyro UrcU out or This U run down frequently tbo result of woUkuoBB mid tt make life uiweralila Aro jou weak nerv Â¬ ous cr ailing I Then Or Iiercoi Fftvorito Pre icrlptlon brings yqu help special prescribedIV ft for remedr dtcato women for all tho UerangeuwBM dbonWrv and Ikeasea of the sex For regulating and promoting all the proper function building up uiwl Invigorat Â¬ ing Uw mMr rr Ww aid restoring health aad strength ink k the only remedy that can be guariMttM to benefit or curt or the Utotwy will be refundedMr7vV iissri I -- up w Itev John D Jordan tho former Bap Â¬ tist minister here has now accepted the call at Ocala Florida as lias been report Â¬ ed but will go to Decatur Illinois where ho has accepted a church at a salary of 2100 Bro Jordan la one of the most efiectivo and attractive young ministers In the Baptist church and is much be- Â¬ loved hero Ellzabethtown News I closed Pastor J 0 Wlllett writes a meeting the 10th ot this month at GarnetUvlllo Meade county which con- Â¬ tinued twelve days At the close I bap Â¬ tized 7 happy converts The church was yery much encouraged I had the assistÂ¬ ance ot Bro J P Jenkins in the meet Â¬ ing who did good work by his faithful plain presentation of truth The church and community were well pleased with hla preaching Bro Jenkina js quite a young minister and promise much to the denomination Dr Prk CrtM staking P wstor Strangers dose the dying eyes lold the cold hands on bis brcsst And many a voice In prayer rise lre he was laid away to rekt Flowers were strewn by kindly hands To mark the narrow home Of the poor stranger In a foreign land Who died here all alone Nov 1194 BIG SPUING KY 3 PWWVou cnu 32 P0LICE3 Soles BoysSchoolShoes It nSnoJouiWoemvbUdtfiiui Cuw iuauiiutiu jilo tuw uu paf ii oiniu JO fluoi Xum las umii hlnllliillUVjnOI Sin JO on II v anq ffuX n tlj JJAd iluu vjuui lujitfyuud iuj NHIIUU m Jo liluadi tlUUII Xiloa w J4dwil nun I w din ui iiaiu sua SIQ1 ininiliiilltf in- au ID J1JU SIS HfHId -J rt Ta Ul W AU UI JO IUUOU rtl ipuw LkAWAl 4V fVIIIhIIUll aUIilU lVaJIWUML saaappv innlnnA tilttl lu T I X rii jinuim sflft 2l LADIES SutlTtslI sjCsm IfllflVIT ieraankfjoK lie inj spjona jouiw pue n UII040HI jo uwisXs widiuoa 2y2MWjr1 BesTPNCOLA I P0l8N PJ013 wliiltn Xq UIINtfV IF -- OAJSU8t9JtltU0O nnuinll - IJ The way to cure a cough is to stop tho coughing Dr BellstPino Tar Honey cuts loose tho mucous heals ho lungs and bronchial tubesqulckly Cures grip cough in one night For salo by Short HaynesCoverport i Dr It HMcMul lin McDanlels M MoyorCoBuras A Taylor Geo Heyser Constantino Itosetta Drury Uonnett A Co Bowley ville Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKy Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Has been cult brtathing lltart dlffi In W3V TO Your blood is impure you need a turning evtr - BROCKTON MASS money sne Douglas tir purcbaalui V 1m rjhacs Because we are the largest manufacturers ol world and guarantee advertised shoe in the the value by stampInK the name and price on high the bottom which protects you against shoes Our prices and the middlemans profits fittingand custom work In style easy equal wearing qualities We have thera sold every than at lower prices for the value given your where nyolhermake Take uo substitute If dealer csuuot supply you we can Bold by Â¬ WsUDOUSLAS 3LNU run CAIM OQUb wodnoo oisnw LssssSst4sHKHvt t 1 intiaiI M v 041IVXO M nnSJO nn- - film U Ihll ai S L SULJZER G M Cloverport CO Ky Who Is He 1 is reported that a Cloverport man It will set you up and make a nw has rented Jaka Forba1 atorte room and person or you For ut by will open a clothing aad general dry pattMltoct Tele A R FISHER DruMlst goods houM there Qtavarsert Ky plvose stftSAPAfiimn NEATS McGLOTHLAN Union Ui Star Ky - STRAYED msrk One blood red staer tvif years psst ed bole and uaderblt la fight crop and uo4ret In left ear breaded on Mp wltb latter M Uuaral reward for Information or dellvary or t THE BRROKNRIDGR NmWS QUO VEIRFORT KY Breckenridge News Jno D V HARDINSBURG L H BRANDENBURG 0 Babbage Edltori and Froprlitri 1891 an make the metropolis paid my congratulations iu liver thine advanco and said adieu Those scenes No matter how the country goes Jest carve the turkeys neck aro not for ono with a crushing over- Â¬ Baliotlption rtlce J100 a Tear In Adunce whelming sorrow Agnes Malin and An1 while the carvlnt going on be thankful If Paid at the End of the Tear 1125 youre on deck Ncllio Lewis had a scramblo to rob tho ready bridos veil of the first pin Agnes snatch Get place for Thanksglvin Jest fall Into your ed tho coveted prizo and they tho girl An If the preacher aint along he ure an ay at tho wedding aro all dreaming on cakes the grace Conoress convenes next Monday chrysanthemums lilies and whito rib No matter how the country jroee jot carve the Mrs I W Lewis turkey straight A full lino of notions just received at bon Somo benutlful buds hero will An with a mile o thankfulness pitch In an Judgo C C Falrlelgh and wife havo soon mako tholr Mr Cloveland is laid up with a eoro Witts debut Tho last years pass your plate I foot Miss Annie Jones is visiting here this been to Elizahcthtown to seo their daugh full blown ones had better he dreaming Atlanta Constitution Mrs John Radley ter week for a jiiirpose The head liner on tho Owensboro In Mr and Mrs Chris McGchcc ami Miss LMIsses Mr Robert McGuflln was at homo last GLENDEANE Agnes Malin and Agnes Wor- newspaper man Monday quirer is nn Nellie and James Blckerstaff took dinner land will attend tho marriage of Mr B No Sunday school Sunday Miss Ramsey is visiting Mrs P Dillon Sunday with tho family of Mr James Carter and Mies Katie Thompson to day OwKNsnono and Henderson will bo on this week Lewis Hal Murray was hero last week tho 28th at Mt Merino church Miss speaking terms for awhllo to morrow Mr Lewis Payne Is quite ill with To our young married friends Mr and Agnes Malin will play tho wedding Joo Howard talks of going west soon Hut hear them after tbe game of foot typhoid fever Mrs George Frymire of Union Star a march and Loving Eyes during cere- Â¬ Vic Roborlson was at Hardinsburg ball is over Miss Lula Vessels is visiting at Fords baby boy James Woolfolk as welcoino mony To day too by tho way our old Saturday vlllo this week as an angel visitant friend and Brandenburg boy John Fon- Â¬ II M McCrackcn was at W JDeanos Juikje Thompson of Louisvillo has Mr Joel 1ilo was in town Saturday I am indebted to Mrs II 0 Woodson taine of Tcxarknana Texas and a broth a short timo last week decided that tho law requiring barber Â¬ from Gleudeanc for fascinating Trilby a book which of Mr Masscna Fontaino takes unto him James 0 Moorman of Muhleuburg Sweet potatoes Irish potatoes and basset artists to reminiscencing shops to closo on Sunday is unconstitu- Â¬ n 1 self a mate Such ecstatic states for so county is visiting relatives here cabbage Witts tional and void many human beings to mako an equili- Â¬ delicate essence volatile as delicious Mr and Mrs Percy Beard will spend Dentist Bush is billed for this place on Miss Ophn Hay ono of tho most popu- Â¬ brium for hearts bowed down I presume Goykrxor Flower has notified Mr Thanksgiving at Union Star Monday and Tuesday of tills week lar nurses from Noiton Infirmary visited Mrs Dr II C Board returned Wed Â¬ Fellows district attorney of New York Miss Maggio Bowmor Cloverport was UNION STAR her aunts Mrs Z T Ilerndon Mrs to show causo why ho shouldnt bo re Â¬ nesday from a visit to Guston visiting Miss Amanda Dean last week Martin and Miss Jen Hardin last week Our watches are going tho prices are Miss Carrio Pollock is visiting her moved from ofllco for neglect of duty Jesso Moorman dentist of Claveport Mrs Mat Jones of Masonic Home and aunt Mrs run down James Kincheloe Chappell spent last week at Mr James Moormans of Louisville camo Mr Thomas Withers is making the as Mrv E Aslicraft Â¬ is making the Week- Â¬ Born to tho wife of Mr Geo A FryWill Ilaldemau down with Mr Elites remains ntid wero Dr Dempster and family of Rock ly Courier Journal hum IIo sent out sessment of this town and vicinity mire Sunday 18 a fine boy Vale spent Sunday nt David Moormans There will be a good many thanks guests of Mrs E Dowdy Mrs Sargent 200000 copies of that excellent journal Born to tho wife of Mr Bunjamino Loin Moorman and wife of Lcitchficld this week Tho News would like to see giving dinners spread hero next Thurs- Â¬ and Miss Jennie wero guests of Mrs Abo Singleton ahoy Sunday Nov II Ditto day it in tho 300000 notch Miss Mallssa Cash man is at homo after arrived hero Saturday to visit relatives Our young friend Peto Fontaine way a visit to her uncle Mr Reeso French Our stock of shoes are down low in A crowded houso greeted Bro Rut out in tho Lonti blur State has been pow- Â¬ CosoitiisaMAN Montgomery being in prices but in styles we can Buit you Tho Teachers Association met here ledge at tho school chapel Sunday night erfully converted under Sam Jones last Saturday with very good attend- Â¬ Washington a few days ago said he at Â¬ Witt Dr Dempster will contlnuo tho sub- Â¬ Mrs Stark Haynes living near Harned much to tho gratification of his dear ance tributed his defeat to several causes ject of digestion at his lecture next Fri- Â¬ died last Monday morning of typhoid mother among them the editorials in tho Mrs D S Richardson is in Hardins day urnal Vlchard Willett Jess Ilerndon and buig visiting her daughter Mrs Percy last summer on national poli- fever Miss Eva Ilcston Jollys topular little Georgo Woolfolk wero here Sunday with Beard County Judge elect Win Alii and Mr tics school marm attended church nt Goshen Ruben Miller Attorney were in town Pursuit written plainly on their coun- Â¬ Miss Eva Cashman camo up from tenances nnd if Possession causes them Stcphensport Fiiday and spent a day or Sunday When a boy gets tho Texas fever ho is Monday Mrs Lucy Hunter moves from tho Judge Adkissons family arrived safe to look ns benignly all will surely bo two at homo very hard to hold A young chap about Mr Jabo Brashcar Preston was in country into her handsome new houso fourteen years old in tho Rock Vale in Chickasaw and are pleased with their well Rev Mr Duvall from Seminary preach- Â¬ town Sunday country has run away from homo three situation Jabo likes Union Star in town this week Curtis Pulllam was adjudged n lunatic ed Sunday He is quite an orator deal- Â¬ more of late it seems Andrew Winklebleck of Chicago was times lately trying to mako his way to in tho County Court last week and sent er in flowers rhetorical flights and fig Â¬ Miss Lena Gilllland and Mrs Fannie here lost week looking after his timber Texas to the asylum for treatment ures ot speech quite Cicerorian Bro Frymire of Preston were guests at Mr Interest hereabouts Beef hides potatoes turnips eggs Hagan was hero also and has been called 0 M McGlothlans Saturday falso im Â¬ Suit for 10000 damages for After a short visit to friends hero Mrs Mr and Mrs Dix and Miss Etta Eng- Â¬ Kate Bennett returned to her homo near prisonment has been filed in the Marion butter furs chickens and all kinds of again for the ensuing year but has net accepted definitely lish of Robborts Bottom wero guests of Irvington Saturday Circuit Court by W G Sharpo against produco wanted at J A Witts Mr Thomas Rhodes living near Kirk tho Hon W II Rives county attorney fPrcston Green was at homo at the I am sorry yesl very sorry that I Miss Richardson one day last week Mrs Sam Cashman and children left Falls Sunday Samuel T Spalding and Police Judge was thrown from his wagon ono day last omitted in my congratulatory remarks to IIo seems delighted with week and pretty seriously hurt Lafe S Pence successful candidates to say a word for Sunday for a visit to relatiyes iu Now Hardinsburg and Prof Shacklett Time lies and watches and clocks Albany and probably Alexandria Ind our popular osscsors Messrs James i A Lexington contractor is hero having Miss Sara E Richardson returned Congressman elect John W Lewis says must run to keep up with it Ours run Rlaud and Noah Greenwell Their re Â¬ ties loaded this week IIo has niado a and keep good time Kincheloe homo from Louisvillo Saturday evening if any of his friends in Breckenridge are big purchase of Deane Moorman it Co Jewelry and musical goods to bo cord tho suffices as well as vox populi after a visit to Mr and Mrs E A Rich- Â¬ hungering for a good old fashioned Mr Moore the composer of Sweet ardson Mr and Mrs Jesse Moorman Misses cheaper than wo are selling them would Methodist love feast hugging hes tho Mari has realized twolvo thousand dol- Â¬ Lillie Owen Edna Robertson Bessie Miss Ada Hanks and Mrs Ackerman man that can give it to them Come havo to bo given away Kincheloe Judgo Adkisson is making up a big lars royalty lor his effort to pleaso pop- Â¬ of Look Out were guests of their grand Â¬ Moorman and Dr Stith were among the down Mr Lewis and youll And a few of Tho Lovo I Lost When a parents Mr and Mrs R G Ricketts Fri- Â¬ visitors at school Friday docket for tho Quarterly court which ular taste our Republican friends ready to embraco Boy his own experience and Dear Ed Kayo and Jim and Hiram Phelps day and Saturday you especially if you bring those good meets the second Monday in December Tho town paps would act wisely if they Louise are his latest productions and Mrs Sallio Cashman and daughter of Louisville spent most of lost week at times you promised them would expend somo of tho funds they havo yet a name to make Ncllio have returned home from Louis Mr Ferd Owens Game is scarce in Bro Walton will begin a protracted villo whero they wero the guests of Mrs that vicinity since they quit Tun fellow thats in debt wants cheap have on hand in repairing the side walks 1 Mr G W Lane and Miss Mildred F meeting at M E church on Thursday Julia McKnlght tor severaf weeks If every turkey gobblerwould mako up money until ho goto out of debt Rut Swarens of Cloverport arrived hero to night tho 29th assisted by Bro Niles an Mrs Conrad Brunor died Monday Nov his mind to finish his job of gobbling be- Â¬ theininuto ho steps over tho lino ho ex Baptist minister who professes entiro 10 TWO TRACTS OF LAND lying on tho head waters of at her homo near Preston Tho in Â¬ fore Wednesday night life might not bo wants tho best money tho money if you day and were married Rev R W Cox sanctification hence his church dismiss Â¬ terment took place tho following officiating Panther Creek near Easton Hancock County Ky Ono At least day in an entire failure with him please that calls for the gold And he They havo had quite a siege of typhoid ed him Bro Walton also holds to the tho Bruner Cemetery near her homo one aim would bo completed tract containing 149J acres and the other 113J- acres wants to know its there too when ho No second blessing doctrlno Let us go to Tired sportsmen in tho passenger car The Teachers Meeting of tho Union calls for it If it isnt there hes going fever in tho vicinity of Harned Station improvements plenty of timber for building and fencing hear them we cant all see aliko and it Star S S was held at tho residence of and yelping intelligent looking bird dogs toraisoafussahout it just like all other There have been several deaths from the never was intended purposes and somo to spare This is fine tobacco land and disease in that locality Dr and Mrs Wm L Milner last week in the baggage car gave a new appear- Â¬ gold bugs will give somo one a banraiu in it Mr Suart DeJcrnetto will vacate the Mr George Brown of Louisville was Thoy will meet at Miss Melissa Cash- - ance to Saturday mornings train They Also 81 acres near Jollys Station jail this week and give possession to Mr at the Baptist church Sunday Ho is mans this week This land is not for rent 6r were returning from tho Falls of There dont seem to have been any lease It is for sale For further information call on or address improvement in purifying elections by Shellman tho now Jailer elect Mr De hero to say good bye and off for Chica JDied on Wednesday morning at Rough where hunting had been in pro- Â¬ go wheio his company insurance will 4 oclock at the home of his parents near gress at the clubs headquarters making new laws governing them so fur Jernetto will move to Missouri W S DEAN Rock Lick Ky Mr Kit DeJernetto returned from Mis- Â¬ send him on a business trip I do not this place Malcolm son of Mr and Mrs David Crockett doubtless was pleased as Louisvillo is concerned Ever since tho last election there tho officers havo souri last week where ho hud been know Mr Brown but I certainly coin Elvin French in his 24th year The with his many hunting successes but GARRETT MARSHALS SALE FOR TAXES He cide with him when it comes to tasto funeral and burial services occurred heres offering to wager ho never showed been busy running down parties who looking after his fanning interests owns a good farm near Dalton Fon Rhodes Brandenburg was here and admiration for ono of our most ad- Â¬ Thursday afternoon and wero conducted a more pleased face or a handsomer one violated tho election law in somo way or The undersigned will a Manhal of tbe R N Miller was hero Monday and mirable fair damsels by Rev Wm English The interment than does David Crockett Moorman un- Â¬ this week another Tho grand jury has been busy qualified as County Attorney Mr R FWathen of Andyville was City of Clorerport expose at Public Sale in He will Miss Ella Dowden has resigned her was in the Union Star Cemetery der that new stiff hat of his His friends finding indictments and it will take tho front of tbe City Hall In Cloverport Ky Is it not n pity that after all tho wed would give to him oftner if they knew in town Friday courts six months to disposo of this one not enter upon tho duties of the office position as teacher of West Hill school however until alter January 1st Miss Bnckles mother and sister were between tbe houra of 10 oclock a m and 3 Miss Ella is thoroughly worn out from dings etc that occur in and near Union how he appreciates a gift item of business alone oclock p m on tbe 20th day of December Mr Thomas Duffy is breaking on tho school duties and un nerved from its Star which would entertain tho many The preparation for that concert is go- Â¬ in Garnettsvillo Monday 189 1 L A N at Earlinirton Kv Mr William Hilf went to Louisville taxea tbe following dncribed property for Mr Duffv irksomo responsibilities and casts no re- Â¬ readers of the News there is no regular ing steadily on and the talent of tho Oun young friend J II A theorizes due tbe City of Clomport and all ooittt wants to work up to a conductors place flection upon patrons or pupils in her re correspondent well and shows up his sido mighty nice I felt piqued last week neighborhood is concentrating to givo an and Jeffersonville last week Term Cash iu Hand Tom Watts of Muldraugh was the Trof F J McAuliffe has when glancing over tho Hardinsburg ontertainment of real merit The enter- Â¬ on paper but it wont work when put in and in order to do this he has to begin as a signation One houie levied upon ai tbe properly breaksman guest of Hugh Buckles Saturday night succeeded her and we aro a peculiarly Loader I noticed so many more report- Â¬ prise is a laudable ono and we wish it practice Tho truth about tho free coin of W O Cooper cor of Kim and Mr Cunningham the now County fortunate district to havo secured him ers than tho News Wake up Corres- Â¬ complete success Will Aslicraft our County Superin- Â¬ ago question is that it is a delusion and a Being unconnected Railroad it taxei dun 2 80 Clerk will not go to housekeeping when IIo needs not a comment as a gentleman pondents and give us a tilt Where are we withit feel that words of praise from tendent of Schools was here Thursday snare and no greater calamity could be-Â¬ One lot No T tbe properly of Matblai ho comes heru Jn in January Hart Withers and Miss Sallie Crutcher He and or teacher our other Bachelor reporters fall this country than the free coinage of us are not uncomely Miller cor Elm and Wall Hi taxes IIo has a wife Tho Republicans havo simply taken The Union Star correspondents seem silver Asidofrom tho few owners of his family will board Hes the cleverest carefulest most near Muldraugh wero the guests of Mrs due 10 00 One house and lot the property of Mlia tho whole platter silver mines tho whole country would and two children They aro claiming to havo forsaken tho News altogether accommodating agent I ever saw is Kate Crutcher and family last Sunday Mr Winebrinnor Miss Lizzie Stiff Miss Katie Mattlngly tho tobacco man tho House of Representatives by more within the last few weoks Whilo quite what we heard a heavy shipping travel Â¬ eauie Miller lot No 135 taxei due suiter and become financially disorgan Â¬ 2 00 says that tho farmers aro wanting bigger than two thirds majority ized They will a number of interesting items were left ling man say tho other day His hearers and Orvld Mattingly all of Woodland Ono bouse and lot parti of No 150 and prices for tho weed than it will bring on have the Senate and Democrats concede to grow stale as usual Several wed all men of experience with railroad ship Â¬ were the guests of Mrs Crutcher Friday 151 property of J M Bell taxei due the Louisville market night They will have that Republicans will organize tho dings have occurred since 2 40 Among ping agreed They wero talking about Even in tho grand old county of Breck Ed Ritchie gavo a party Saturday vne nore noun the porperty of R L Senate Well it is monotonous aint it them being tho pretty church wedding our own Mr Curtis and we knew they enridgo the late flopping from tho sub- Â¬ to lower their figures Newiom and 0 W Moorman part Dr Hart McDanlels was hero last Lets turn to evening in honor of his sister-in-lasomething else lime to tho not altogether lovely may For in Â¬ of Mr Jos 0 Watllngton and Miss Re- Â¬ wero telling the truth of lot No I Wall it bet Kim and who is visiting him from Nelson county Saturday The doctor was feeling pretty stance our stores aro all getting ready becca Rickets at 730 p m Wednesday Cigarettes did it they told us Wo be of somo benefit to Democrats In Poplar taxei due jeo past years they have not been thankful well over tho success ho hand in winning for X mas goods and Main street will Oct 31 in tho M E church South tho looked on his wild faco and listened to All present report a nice time Ono house and lot part of lot No cor his case against the Insurance company soou don holiday apparel A relief Rev F N Hartford officiating and content with the situation A spirit Tho his ceaseless talk and thought is it posÂ¬ isnt 3d and Front it property of Dellla bride wore a becoming costume of brown sible I A few years ago he was a bright it of dictatiou and bosslsm prevailed among in the Court of Appeals Adams taxei doe 2 00 The Baptist revival which has been in I notico tho Rosette correspondent cloth and carried white chrysanthe Â¬ oyed intelligent manly looking little a fow eminent in authority They laid Ono lot part of lot No it listed by Her progress here for some time closed last speaks of boing pleased through out a superb bill of fare for some gentle Â¬ Ron taxei due the mums Miss Sara E Richardson presid- Â¬ pupil of ours All changed now The 30 There was somo eight or News to hear from Mrs Frank Sterett ed at the organ and rendered the musical madmans home is his and existence not men but for others not so elegant a lea Â¬ Sunday night you were looklngabout for Christ Â¬ One lot No 185 tbe property of Edward ten additions to tho church Rov Mc of Dakota Mrs Sterett was Miss Kittlo program very charmingly Forbei taxes due Call Mo life remains His hands were in shackser bill was provided It would not havo go mas Gifts for friends and loved inado good hash hence it was shoved Farlain left for his homo Monday morn- Ilerndon of Breckenridge county ones Why not drop in and look One house and lot situated on Dohlen I Thino Own was softly played while the les and prostrate upon a bench lay he bill tbe property of Lewis Light too was gratified to have tidings of an ceremony was boing preformed aside and they just said wo will havo a ing The while strong ropes secured him there over our assortment Wo would Gus Shellman the jailer elect was old friend and schoolmate foot taxei due 1 80 new cook and bottle washer They did and to know ushers wore Dr Wm L Milner Messrs till some benumbing medicine could be call particular attention to our One houie and lot No 181 the hero ono day last week Mr Shellman she was prospering and had a family of F and A B Cashman and 0 D Bras injected to quiot his ravings Boys let property so and there it is But in the future wo large display of Joel R Allen Uxei du 1 60 Interesting children Kittlo was a beau- Â¬ hear The bride and groom were given alone the weed which cannot help you can gain a lesson from it by not being bo went over and inspected thonewquarters One home nnd lot ittuated on Bohleri ho is to occupy after January 1st Ho tiful girl of an amiable confiding nature a supper by Mr and Mrs D S Richard Its excessive use might dethrono your cholco with the political bill of fare in bill between LHelit woodi and found tho jail in good shape and he and andourican well Imagino The Jeweler and Silversmith our own household her children son at which were present only tho im reason Ureckenrldge Co limited R R the DeJernetto went off and took a cigar to-Â¬ would nso and call her blessed CLOVERPORT KY mediato family fol- Â¬ Tho recoptlon tho She property of Adam Moorman taxei gether DRY VALLEY was a daughter of tho lato Mr Richard lowing day at the home of tho grooms due Hows This Mr Frank DeJernetto was hero lost Ilerndon 120 whose second wife still lives at mother also included only the family One bouse and part Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Rewurd week from Dalton Mo visiting his re Â¬ Farmers are busy gathering corn ofIotNo68tbo Ten llvo agents to the old homestead and a fow near relatives The presents property of Charlfi Monday taxei for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo latives Mr DeJernetto is farming In Bell Fruit Trees at a Rain is badly needed in this vicinity wero both pretty and useful ono being a What about a child studying grammar due Missouri but lived hero when ho was a cured by Halls Catarrh Cure I 90 j Mr Grayson Payne is going to Missouri Large Commission Well you can send your child to school china tea set from Mr and MraPercy M One home and lot the property of Ben W 8 ASIIBY F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O boy His father Daniel DeJernetto left in the near future till the day of his death and tho idioms Beard T Mllleri heirs Uxei du Another pretty wedding was Cloverport Ky AVe tho undersigned r 2 00 havo known F tins county over forty years ogo and of tho homo clrclo Mr and Mrs G R French aro visit Â¬ One lot tbe properly of SUai Miller rather than the school that of Mr S KDutschko and Miss Em J Cheney for tho last 15 years and be went to Missouri FOB SALE room will cling to him or her and correct ma Gertrudgo Cashman at the homo of ing relatives near Macksville taxei due i llovo him perfectly honorable in all Mr Allie Whitworth and Miss Sudle Two large Draught Horses One house and lot No 72 the speech rests almost entirely on tho con- Â¬ the bridos parents Mr and Mrs Jno property weight over 1500 each 8 and 9 business transactions and financially ablo of VT B Davenport taxes due yean old will sell one or versation in the family Children will Cashman near this place Wednesday Shellman were united in the holy bonds I 80 to carry out any obligation made by their both One fine dark Lay mare One borne ahd lot No 71 tbe Imitate and closely follow in manner evoning Nov Uth at 7 oclock Rev of matrimony November 12 property that when you buy Scotts Kmul years old well trained to j ipgie or uouoie firm of Wm Hall taxes du The funeral of Mrs Ater last Sunday harness All and speech slon you are not getting a secret Little as wo realize it we Clinton Argabright was the officiating i 06 n gtou condition Call on West Truax Wholesalo Druggists To- Â¬ One house and lot No 141 property Splendid services of are all sculptors of human clay which is minister mixture containing worthless or The bride was attired in was largely attended WMFKVMIKK ledo 0 Waldlng Kinnan A Marvin Iireal Holder Uxei du 70 plaatlc to mould and chissol to our notion cream whito alabatros and carried white were rendered by Bro Hartford harmful drugs 1rctton Ky One lot No Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio property of Mark Hard- Miss Clara Payne accompanied Miss se- Â¬ Scotts Emulsion cannot be Carelessness on our part does the damag chrysanthemums The groom looked lai heirs Uxei duei Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally cret for an analysis reveals all I 40 ing to the character often as well as happy and was attired in the ueual Carrie Shellman home last Second Sun Â¬ One lot No 27 tbe property of J Foit- acting directly upon tho blood and there is in it Consequently the day and attended meeting at Shiloh tlio grammar black The attendants were Mr Peyton POSITIONS GUARANTEED er Llgbtfeot tlUated on High t mucous surfaces of tho system 1rico endorsement of the medical Thanksgiving day is at hand and again Basham and Miss Mittle Cashman Mr She says she thinks she will wo back and taxes due t 75c per bottlo Sold by all druggists under reasonable conditions Do not say if can- yvorld means something 79 wo aro reminded that as a nation and ha Cant Cart and Miss Ida Dutschke call on Shiloh again net vv Doae uniii you seoa lor ireev lip pare One house and lot tbe propefty of M Testimonials free Mr Saxton Dutschke and Mfaa Ger Â¬ catalosruo TONS PRALCTICAU Rtebardeoa attaated est Meek bask individuals it is meio and right to re Â¬ Dancing continued until late Â¬ A recepand School of Soott fct of Seett it Uxn duo turn most hearty thanks to Almighty tion was tendered them the following trude Cashman were married at the resi RmMP 1 M ypewrlUag and leieerapnv mil ISIIIVIIfV TWM Has the Post Gone Over to tho Enemy One house and let No 79 property ot of the brides father November 7 God rians of praise and song will arise day at the home of the grooms parents dence 4 WBEK8 by Draughhws method ef taach Mn Larlna Rede tMelikecoUg Is equal to 12 WEEKS by A substantial brick building is being 1 aa tax throughout the length and breadth or Still another wedding haa occurred Mr at 7 oolock p m Rev I O Argabright In method du old erected oa Third atreot between Walnut It expend mere money la the Interest of t Ose home and lot r 7 atWated oa our laud God will provide Allie V Whitworth and Miss Susan performed the ceremony He has Employment Department than half th business Front it Slawat and Green upon the sight of the old ever provided That we might all grasp Shellman were married at the home of cellem in the south take la as tntlloa It It Shoel la Xaieeek eriy of Mr MUtoa TwUx overcomes Wasting promotei Hospital School of Medicine which the rtrMRlyewtorseribr Kaaken MeKhanU and the immeasurable truth the brides parents Mr and Mis Jas Surely the Parts of this county have one of the practical bsokkeepcr all over the UaHed State doe 2 M Evening Post will occupy about Decem Â¬ the making of Solid Mesh and Keaseaable ratee of tuW thought of Gods unchanging love to us Shellman Monday afternoon Nov 10 at principle features of hell ae water Cheap board It has no ber 1 It is Mid that Editor Knelt will gives Vital Strength should help us to battle bravely and pa- Â¬ 2 oclock They left immediately after Ilawesville Plalndealer I N Jl umm 4 vriiwHIciK as a cure for Coughs Cold Oae boaeo wJMlk preaMfi of Mary alsa maMrMbosks lot then make the Post aa Re Â¬ eoual tiently with any difficulty that can beset the ceremony forLodlburah where a re Sore Throat Bronehltll Weak Lung HOHB STUDY publican Ofga LouUvilte Sunday Star consumption seroiuia Anaemia tma MOTIOK us Aud tho to some of us the day Is ception ami supper were given them by Mat oa 60 days trial Whea vou write exaleia Urn grooms parent The brides gown OMktlukuk tain M at retUx clatlenand AMreeei J F bitter we eaa take Him at Ilia rvwl WBMfm Kwe Cream Btkktg Powder Or AMtuea taaae fTPWJrW 9 VMM CajJl word and wake Ow Uvea all KBahiae was of gray cloth with hat wrap gfoves Wasting DIsmcm of ChlldroM H M 111 far vftfAnLiA a LmL etc to correspond Rev SnwuT of Ila If W J0M4X kaeewra tUsMMiraaaar uackai a aic mortal in the gladiMMf it mm Lord It lUi mm Uta QiMH n tM WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 SIX PAGES Dr Robt Dowden has been right sick OOtXO WIST but Is nlile to be out Passenger Dally arr Hardlniburgl2it2 pm Thanks for the complimentary cditoral OOIKQ HIT Appreciation is a geat deal Passenger Daily arr Hardinsburg- - 740 am Mr Mclvln Gabbert of Lob Angeles Canned apples apricots etc Witts Cal visited his cousin Mrs Geo Dow Â¬ den last week Como with tho cash to buy at Wilts Mrs Unties of Baldwin Kansas Is Wo will tako your country produce spending sometime with her daughter Wilt Â¬ 4 W TIME TABLE I viewed tho bride a vision of loveli- Â¬ ness and tho tablo which would havo dono credit to a chef or caterer from tho Fall in Line Oct ready for Thanksglvln fine An put the finest crockry hut jt set your table -- itM0l Â¬ Â¬ better fitting No better wearing No handsomer No more satisfactory Rubbers are made Than those sold by No V j Courier-Jo- Â¬ ji We have them in all the latest styles FOR IS JLjJlLl - -- 5 i I Its About Time -- Â¬ Â¬ DHUY J WANTED Dont Forget if r V FACTS H3o Scotts mm Jt Lv w i I Emulsion ut 22JJftaSfi iniip J Ptkt set r mmm ituM funt ftftfftf Ftt HJrni- - -- HS BRElOHJSlfellDQ OLD NmitfS iimlmk OLOYBRORtKt THE OFFICIAL RETURNS rfH - 8 lw IJ Thanksgiving Thanksgiving all tho Year Once a year there conic a day In tin-- chill November weather When from near nml far away Lining klmlreil meet together Itintnil life old hrartlittnnc they inrM Yimng nnd old n iinlun tender To renew tlitlr greetings sweet And their rnutuil low to render Th ink ate Riven that once again They whom distance separated With thtlr heart all Trio from pain Gather there with hearts elated Vet through allthc changing year We for giving thanks have reason For the blessings that appear That we And In every season Thanks Tor shelter from the storm Thanks because no Ills confound us Thanks for hearts that eer are warm Thanks for loving friend around til Thanks for health that day by day With fresh pleasure comes attended Thanks for sorrow passed away Thanks for troubles that are ended we receive Making our live worth the living Kvery day of Joy we live Should be to us a thanksgiving New York Ledger So for ble sing TIMES VVhon Sootty Smart makes ati improsBlon W H Tho so Woro Tho Days Tho Wf tK -- Vtv y n l Show That It Will Tako a Hard Fight For Democracy to Iicdcom Itself Next Timo Tho ollicial returns of tho Fourth Con- Â¬ gressional district havo been received by tho Sccrelary of Stato nnd there is very liltlo encouragement In them to Demo crats They show that tho voto cast for Lewis and Montgomery is as largo as tho Presidential election of 182 and that Mr Lewis voto is larger than Mr Mont Â¬ gomerys was two years ago This fact rhows that it will tako a fight and a hard fight for Democracy to redeem the dis- Â¬ trict next time An analysis of tho re Â¬ turns however show two encouraging facts lor Democracy Tho largo Democratic counties Hardin and Nelson did not poll their voto In Hardin county Montgomery received 300 votes less than Cleveland in 1892 while Lewis did not receive quito as many votes as Harnett and Gardner combined In Nelson Montgomery onlv received 014 votes and Lewis G03 While in 1892 Montgomery received 1853 and Barnett about 800 So 000 Democratic voters in Nelson and 300 in Hardin stayed away from tho polls To this can bo added at least 1000 Democratic votes who voted for Lewis on account of personal feeling against Montgomery and tho district ought to bo Democratic by 3000 for any candidate who can poll tho fnll party strength Klizabethtown News Â¬ Farmor Got Good Prices for His Products Tho Laboror Good Wages for His Labor And tho Merchant Good Lk rj Profits and Cash For His Goods f THE PRIDE OF THE FEAST That Period Markod tho Largest Volumo of Monoy In Circulation Among the Peoplo Â¬ Dn Â¬ j iv NEL1I3 HONEST WINS EXPERIMENT DOCTOR A CANDID k t BREAKS UP FEVERS At a public banquet given In London ef all kind common to thl latitude mora ALL WAS LOVELY AND A expeditiously than any remedy within my within a few years one of tho postprand- Â¬ knowledge From my own experience in 1U ial spcakeis remarked affably that the me upon myself and other to whom I bare recommended and administered It I teller great wrong America did to Englaud by It l ould be a good remedy not nllowing herself to bo conquered was Wavo of Wealth Swopt Ovor These FOR YELLOW FEVER atoned for by the noblo gift of tho turkey It Is a most excellent antiseptic cure c United States tarrh Insomnia night sweats and eczema In By that it would seem that the delici- Â¬ all It forms King Iloral Uermetuer I emphatically A Good Thanksgiving Custom Pass- Â¬ ous edible bird was unknown till pur colonies had tho honor of introducing it A SAFE REMEDY ing Away and leaves no Injurious elTectstn theiysttia to tho old world Not So Now But the Revorso Is Ho just introduced nnd anxious to make a good impression J WKEtM81MD An Englishman in Pars asked onr Mayot West End Ga r Aro you tho beautiful Miss Lacknday of whom my sibter is always True According to J H A own Franklin why tho devil his country 1100 6 for 1500 Kvery person big little old or young BoldbySrugglsti Recollections of tho Holiday as men selected a stupid uneatablo eaglo black or white rich or poor who has Kings Royal Germaluar Co Atlanta Ga talking Celebrated Long Ago as their emblem when they had supplied ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro f Sho Oh no You must bo thinking of my cousin whos a them with such a noble bird as the tur- Â¬ Tho nounco it tho best cough and lung rem Â¬ Froo Coinago of Silver the key which was good hot or cold and edy on earth Its true too so we guar great friend of your Bister Preparations For the Feast Pur- most excellent warmed MARKET REIOffi Remedy For All Our Ills antee For sale by Short HayncsCIov over Ho Exactly I thought I had mado a mistake doutchorknow I Recipe books aro generally and very itan Economy Forgotton For erport jDr It II McMullin McDaniels Correctly weekly by Iumphrev St Laufer Pro uuce commission Merchants 30 Second bt net M Meyer nppropriately written by women but Co Buras Geo Heyser Main and Market I oulsvlUe Ky The Occasion In 1SG0 331 733 499 04 than war famine and pcstllenco com Â¬ men of nil English speaking countries The years immediately following the ii Constantinej A Taylor Rosetta Drury 1807 408885359C1 bined LOUISVILLE KY Not 27 1894 have written upon tho proper methods of closo of the war notwithstanding tho Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W K 1803 48023478525 Thero wosthenan increasingand press Â¬ Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Shippers should mark all packages plainly cooking a turkoy One English philoso Â¬ enormous destruction of life and prop- Â¬ EVENING JOLLITIES 1M59 99C548S871 ing demand for money among tho peo- Â¬ Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring with shippers name and post office addreis pher of peculiar views on the subject erty during the preceedlng fojir years of ple but the Democratic party Instead Ky BUTTER says warfare marked an era of universal in Choice country 16 18 Total 1340 508 532 04 of supplying tlint demand by a law for In times gone by Thanksgiving day A turkey roast dustry and prosperity in our country jo Medium J3 worth of bonds issued after tho war was tho free coinngo of silver which they was kept throughout Now England much Creamery such as has never been paralleled beforo Is a turkey lost jj 20 to bo locked up in the vaults of had pledged themselves to do wiped EQOS more universally than is possible now A turkey boiled or since Then thero were no tramps over Fresh 17l Not only does tho summer outing which There was no pioblem of tho unemploy- Â¬ bondholders and national bankers to from tho statuto books tho only provis i Is a turkey spoiled BEANS CHRISTMAS Tho with Â¬ ion of law affording a scant supply The Michigan hand ploked grows in length and frequency mako it to 22 4 ed for all workers desiting it had steady draw tributo from industry For a turkey braised indlana Navy 1 75 to 2 00 difficult for wholo families to take anoth- Â¬ GIFTS employment at good wages Thon thero drawal of this amount of monoy from the gold standard advocates told us when the The Lord be praised Old or Common and eolored 1 00 to 1 20 er journey so soon but tho large increnso IN A devout American will not admit that wero no laws on tho statute books of the channels of trade and tho corresponding repeal bill was under discussion that just 9 FEATIIE11S 90 Prime white gooso of Christmas and New Years gifts nnd any method of preparing tho turkey various states ogaiust tramps Then it contraction in tho volumo of monoy ns soon as that disturbing element tho AMI 35 2 oii Mixed itixjions stom 20 0 ZWW Old merriment also encroaches on tho earlier equals toasting hut braising if well was not necessary as it is now under caused prices to fall rapidly Tho prices purchasing clause was out of tho way 15 a k of all agricultural productions declined confidence would bo restored and good holiday The sons nnd daughters too done is worthy of all prai3o No 1 duok 25 00 Democratic rule to establish soup houses JAME have many of them mado their homes in Tho fault of every nation but our own in tho large cities to save tho unemploy- Â¬ steadily as well as tho wages of labor times return But tho good times have vriitiiiv 75 to 1 00 llabllts the far west or south so that it is les in roasting a turkey is tho habit of giv- Â¬ ed from starving to death There was As the prices of tho products of tho farm not shown up ns yet MiviitVAiti Squirrels to 1 00 declined tho farmer was compelled to Then camo the Wilson Gorman Sug Â¬ easy to return to tho family hearthstone ing it too Httlo time HIDES Slow roasting and the hum of industry heard in tho land or Oreen food oiuicx 3 than in the days when in stagecoach or frequent basting with a few moments at Tho wealth makers in tho shop in tho purchaso less of tho products of tho fact ar Trust tariff bill and wo wero again as3Zi Dry Salt good AItT S5 4 with ones own chaiso nnd staid family tho last of strong heat to insure n brown factory and on the farm took up their ory The manufacturer seeing tho sales sured that tho nassaco of that bill a Dry flint good 7 Sheop skins Our Assortments this horse tho shorter journeys were so glad- Â¬ crisp skin are Its needs It goes with- Â¬ instruments of labor with light and for his goods falling off began to dis child of twenty years of Democratic en- Â¬ 10 30 Rooiters per lb Year arc larger and 12U charge some operators whilo he cuts the deavorwould restore prosperity but ly made out saying that tho bird must bo fat cheerful heartsfor they know they would POULTRY More lleauliful thnn In former times the dinner itself was a young and tender If it lacks these three receive a fair reward for a fair days lab Â¬ wages of others Simultaniously with tho peoplo wero againcd doomed to dis- Â¬ liens per lb 5 8 Kvcr before Chickens per dox 1 25 Spring 2 00 marked feature because it was tho one graceful attributes then givo up the or and the homo to which they would tho contraction of tho currency tho appointment There is at tills moment DKIED APPLES AND PEACHES day when tho stern Puritan spirit was roasting idea unless you cravo a turkey return at night to be greeted by the hap Â¬ tramp mado his appearance in tho more suffering and distress among tho Apples choice bright quarters -F N DHUY bi to 5 masses than over beforo allowed to relax itself nnd enjoy the lost and treat it as Professor Matthew py faces of wife and babe parents broth- Â¬ country Steps aro bo gj Apples average 4J to CLOVKltPOltT KY Apples old Tho taxes of all taxpayers woro in- Â¬ ing taken now in tho city of Paducah pleasures of tho tablo with the sanction Williams prescribes In other words ers and sisters was their own across the Peaches new 4 to 5 of custom and religion Peaches old make n hunters roast of it That ame- Â¬ threshold of which they had no fears creased by this infamous act of legislation aud hundreds of others to provide for the The Puritan woman forced to n clos liorating process with plenty of time to that the landlord the rent lord or the in precisely tho samo ratio that labor poor and unemployed tho unconscious WOOL Tub washed 21 economy throughout the year lest sup consummato it would bring the tender monoy lord would over dare to set his and tho products of labor decreased in victims of unjust and villianous laws y ytjJW Urease fine 15 price Twenty eight Democrats in Con- Â¬ Democratic soup houses will bo numer- Â¬ plies should give out beforo another liar graco of youth to Jobs turkoy Wash Â¬ foot Grease coarse 13 w gress voted for this shameless spoliation ous and flourishing this coraiug winter vest delightedly throw prudenco to the ington Post Merino 10 Those wero the days when the farmer Barry and Cots 10 And now comes the gcntlo Branden Â¬ winds for onco and reveled in tho exer- Â¬ received good prices for his products the of tho people only ono Democrat voted MISCELLANEOUS cise of her housowifely skill As there For speedy relief and cure in cases of laborer good wages for his labor the mer against it In 18G9 Congress passed tho burg in lagt weeks issue of tho News to Tallow Beeswax were no markets the best farm bronchitis take Ayers Cherry Pectoral chant sold his goods for cosh and mado Credit Strengthening Act changing tho assure us that prosperity is now close at Sorghum Molasses 30 fe Yes prosperity is now always or garden produce was Baved to cook on It controls tho cough and induces deep good profits tho professional man re-Â¬ terms of the contract making tho bonds hand IIAY GRAIN FEED which wero payable in lawful monoy of coming or closo at hand but somehow this day and neighborly exchanges of ceived cash for his services and tho peo- Â¬ We quote prloei to day on Louisville city fruits and vegetables added variety THE HOUSE ON THANKSGIVING wharft plo wrre Industrious contented and hap- Â¬ mo untteu btates payable in coin on or other it always fails to get here Ah OATS Preparations began long before hand py Why was this That period mark- Â¬ which thero was then n premium thus Brandenbuig dont you count on tho No 2 oats 32 38 coming good times for they are not com Tho boys and girls had their now winter Make It Beautiful With Flower3 and ed tho largest volume of money in cir-Â¬ adding by a single act of legislation COO MAY 000000 to tho nations indebtedness and ing A restoration of prosperity is ab- Â¬ Strictly choice clothes to christen on that day because 10 50 13 00 culation among the people Thero was Glistening With Clean 11 uu ra i uu iauico no i tho schoolmaster always began school no money famine then but an abundant an equal amount to tho value of tho solutely impossible without a largo in Oood Medium 10 00 11 00 liness i means so much more than bonds of tho bondholders and national crease in tho volumo of money nnd both the Monday after Thanksgiving So tho Oood Bright Straw- 5 SO 4 75 supply to keep the volumo of business w old parties are pledged against any in Â¬ bankers Yet the old party political mother and daughters assisted by the you imagine serious and CORN Tho first step toward making the iouso moving That experience of our govern Â¬ liars preached to their blind partisan crease whatover in tho volumo of monoy itinerant tailoress Bowed nnd sowed to holce white fatal diseases result from beautiful for Thankscivinc dav is to ment has been tho experience of every followers that You cannot make men t42tf Choloe shelled bo ready in time Then the brick oven Prosperity among tho peoplo dopeuds civilized nation on earth the period of trifling ailments neglected OAT1LE rarely found now was cleaned and heat Â¬ mako it so clean that it fairly shines greatest industry and happiness among rich by legislation that if ypu want on their having a correct system of gov Oood to extra shipping 4 00 4 25 Dont play with Natures money you have got to work for it ernment and their having a correct ed for baking nnd filled and refilled s so 3 75 liignt snipping Pio The window panes must sparkle with the people of any nation has marked tho Best Butcher cleanliness tho woodwork bo polislud 3 40 3 65 greatest gift health wns tho dish upon which tho housekeep Â¬ And when in 1873 tho great increaso system of government depends on largest volume of money in circulation in Medium to good butchers 3 00 5 3 25 to mirrorllko brilliancy tho fireplace fit Â¬ er spent tho best of her nrt and great IM ou are feel ncr II0QS that nation Then tho weight of taxa- in tho production of silver from tho their casting all intelligent ballot out of sorts weak was tho glory when a now variety was ments Hash the sideboard scintillate Choice packing and butchers 4 00 5 00 tion rested lightly on tho shoulders of tho mlpes gavo hope to tho country of a which idolatrous worship of party now and generally ex- Even if this view of the caso hai not Fair to good 4 85 4 00 largo increase in the volume of monoy disqunlfles them to do Hence a restoranausiea nervous evolved Fifty and sixty pies were the x Roughs 0 50 6 75 hae no appetite presented itself to the housewife before peoplo Then thero wero no mortgages and a restoration and continuation of tion of prosperity need not bu looked for proper Thanksgiving allowance nnd cant work Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under 75 y 6 00 begin at once tak it is not yet too late for her to accomplish on our homes According to Secretary good times tho diabolical plot of silver until the masses aro educated up to abet Â¬ On Tuesday before tho feast day tho Duiicr ing the most rella McCulloch in his report to Congress in flood to extra shipping 1 00 2 25 I le strengthening cakes cookies nnd gingerbread wero much in this line A flannel cloth dip- Â¬ December 1805 the people wero compar- Â¬ demonitization was engineered and push ter understanding of political economy Fair to good n ediclnewhichis 2 75 2 50 ped Into warm soapsuds and theu into made nnd big spicy loaves of lection Hi ohms Iron Bit- atively free from debt Robert G Inger ed through Congress by that arch enemy aud civil government and aro imbued ti rs A few Lot whiting will remove all grease and dirt flood to extra spring 4 50 4 75 cake for the Pilgrim mother had to tics cure benefit soil in ono of his great speeches referring of man kind John Sherman aided and with a spirit of political independence Fair to good 2 60 4 00 comes from the keep hotel far a few days when tho kith from paint in half tho time required by to this poriod said abetted by his accomplice Thomas F until tho voters love God and His laws cry first dose A wave of wealth and kin came and like a wieo woman the old fashioned process nnd will not swopt ovor tho United States lovo party until they tM7 ttixin yaur Huts bo Bayard Democrat of Delewaro And the more than they tetlh and Its injuro the most delicate colors Windows Louisville St Loufs Texas R R Co sho stocked her larder bountifully Tho love home and country more than their pleasant to take came houses becamo palaces tatters bo great crash and panic of 1873 came turkeys wero dressed and stuffed tho will attain a beautiful gloss if they aro camo garments rags Business failures and bankruptcies were party and its nominees became robes and 3STO chickens plucked and cut up nnd plenty cleaned with a sponge dampened with w1Ib were covered And since Brandenburg is so good as Business was with pictures All counted by the thousands spirits of ammonia and are rubbed dry of bread both white nnd brown was paralyzed industry stagnant tramps fill- Â¬ to adviso Democrats n gainst desotting Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver with soft paper Brass and copper may this just after aperiod of frightful bloody ed tho highways and tho cities swarmed kheir party principles wont sho toll us Tuklus Effect baked But this con- Â¬ neuralgia irouDies bo polished with a mixture of oil and and destructive civil war On the actual day there was still much with multitudes of unemployed Strikes in her next what thoso principles aro so rConstlnntlon Ibiil HInnri M 600 oclck A M Sunday Dec 17 1893 dition of industrial freedom and inde Â¬ final preparation and after the regula- Â¬ rottenstone applied with chamois cloth lockouts riots and bloodshed wero fre- Â¬ that tho Democratic readers of the News Malaria Nervous aliments WmI Bound Traint Eatt Round Traini Let furniture bo rubbed with flannel pendence was doomed to perish it ex-Â¬ quent and wide spread This Is tho uni- Â¬ may know what it is thoy have deserted tion breakfast of stowed chicken was cited both the onvy and avarico of tho Womens complaints 51 52 63 64 Â¬ cleared away tho men boys and young slightly moistened with linseed oil cold beardless party shall agree Mall Si Mail Get onlv the irenuine--- It hatrrnttrit r A merciless money shy versal and neverfaihng result of a con- When tho Democratic Kaprs Kxprs STATIONS Kxprs Bxpr Silver will shlno If silicon mixed with lines on the wrapper All others are sub-children celebrated the morning with traction of the currency A return ot among themselves as to w hat their prin- Â¬ locks and they decreed its destruction stitutes On receipt of twose stamps we Â¬ Pally Dally Â¬ outdoor sports while tbo women folks alcohol is applied with a small pieco of Tho banking Dally Daily to will send set of Ten Beautiful WorldaK fraternity procured the pas Â¬ good times will never como in this coun- ciples are then it will bo in order per canton flannel and chamois is used for 6 30pm 7 454 in WUnn ptar 12 45pm 8 30pm lair views and book free literally cumbered themselves with try till tho peoplo learn this great eco- Â¬ suade Democats to stand by their prin- Â¬ sage of a law by Congress April 12 18C0 800 12 30 BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MO Kentucky St oto 815 polishing 8 40 much serving West Point 1160am 733 nomic truth and elect men to make laws ciples Ah I thoso divine principles of 7 30 8 43 Howard 1147 730 When all theso details havo been at Â¬ giving tho Secretary of the Treasury pow- Â¬ for them who will keep the volume of tho Democratip party which I havo It was the bounden duty of tho family 7 47 Hoc Haven 1132 900 714 er to call in and retire burn up tho var- Â¬ heard of so very often I How delighted 9 07 Long Uranch 1124 7M IOGT IN QUANTITY 707 to send at lesast one wagon load to tended to when the floors aro swept the ious Issues of United BE8TINQUALI1 In- Â¬ I should bo to see them just onco in 801 States notes and is Â¬ money adequato to tho demands of 917 llrandcnburg 1116 668 walls dusted tho furniture made spot Â¬ Respectfully church and many were tho tricks played 813 926 K ron 1107 dustry and commerce and increasing print 6 48 interest-b9 31 8 21 1069 Guston 6 40 may turn her sue in lieu thereof United States by oyen thoso of older growth to get left less the housowlfo 9 45 earing 830 Irvington 1060 630 non taxable bonds Tho and increase of population 9 64 838 1041 Webster 614 behind for alas for Puritan unbringing attention to the secondary sort of Secretary of the Treasury Whilo millloniares are through vici- Â¬ For a pain in tho sido or chest thoto is 1004 8 45 Iodlburi 103 clothed with 6 06 tho most remembered point of tho ser- Â¬ decoration In tills connection it is well this extraordinary powor 1014 865 1023 ous legislation conferring exclusive privi- Â¬ nothing so good ns a pieco of flannel Pierce 667 Â¬ began the im tiOO 1020 bainplo 1020 to remember that what Is appropriate at 662 mon was its length 1021 Pain 9CJ Stephensport 1011 645 mediate destruction of tho peoples leges and public franchises increasing dampened with Chamberlains all 1033 1006 Addison 640 Two oclock the universal dinner Christmas Is strikingly Inappropriate at CREAM WHITES in number and their millions through Balm and bound on over tho seat of pain 1030 917 10 03 Holt 636 Thanksgiving Evergreen stars hung in money and tho saddling on their backs tho samo agencies accumulating with 1060 hour would como at last however and Cloverport 9 48 6 24 It affords prompt and permanent relief of hugo mountains of national indebted Â¬ 10 M 931 Shop 943 5 21 tho morry party would gather around a windows or oyer pictures havo no mean ness accelerated momentum tramps paupers and if used in time will often prevent a 9 43 105 SI lraan 933 609 954 Hawatvllle 922 lla 469 bountiful table whero roast turkey was iig Holly and mistletoe- - are out of FOR 20 YEARS 124 According to tho History of National and criminnls are increasing In n greater cold from resulting in pneumonia This lOW 4 61 914 Ietrle king with his attendants of boiled tur- Â¬ placo They should be saved for n Loans Issued by 1130 Has led all WORM Romedles 1007 a geometrical ratio The funding sys Â¬ same treatment is a sura euro for lamo 908 Falcon 443 tho Secretary of tho 1134 1012 904 4 42 Cayce month But whatover comes out of tho GUARANTEED1 EVERY BOTTLE key ham or roast meat Every vegeta Â¬ 1140 1018 Lewfsport 868 Treasury in 1880 money was retired tema system of currency contraction back For sale by A It Fisher Clover 436 SOLD II V AII TJKUOUIHTH 1168am 1035 8 40 Iowcra 420 ble posqlblo was grouped about tho royal autumn woods in the line of red leaves burned and bonds issued and issuanco of bonds putting tho peoÂ¬ port Ky and Kincheloe Board liar rrtpir4 br 12 12pm 1048 as follows 835 rate 408 RiruiiDsoi XKufiiia 16 it ions 12 22 1053 bird with tho crimson cranberry sauce and berries is distinctly suitable for this millionaire dinsburg Ky Owensboro ple under bondage is 813 400 1233 1109 Mattingly 808 3 47 and ruby jelly as high lights to the plc autumn festival breeding tramp pauper and crime 1233 1114 Orlffilh 764 3 41 If one nolther has timo to go into the 2 42 1119 7 51 Stanley 337 tujjiyrought by the cooka skill Then For twenty years tho Democratic poli Â¬ HMHMM0CCH3OettOeeHHHW 260 1125 Worthington 7 43 330 woods hunting for decorations nor owns came the chicken pie and then the 1267 11 3d ticians have especially during political Head WarnlnQto Expectant 735 321 Spoltsvllle 1143 boys to send the florist is an excellent 108 727 316 of pies and some times tho native campaigns gone up and dowu tho 1263pm I1 duetts 719 310 30pm arHeodcHn Iv 706a SKpa 11104 m nuts and raisins and apples But these ouusuiuio a nig dow ot yellow or country denouncing in language more Coughs browu chrysanthemums Is a delightful were oftoner saved for evening and fierce and violent than elegant the Group Influenza and Many Internal remedies aro being skill- added to slices of cake and glasses of Thanksgiving decoration and need not Republican party for the crimo of demo- fully and glibly advertised proteasing to A distillation of herbs found only on tbe LouIsYiIelfadlnsburg Western R R Bronchitis be a very expensive one A Httlo glass Shorten Labor Uwn Palm ol Child- Â¬ ultizing silver but when thoy through Island of lluytl and tho country bordering 5s4r clder were all that was prepared for of mignonette need not cost mora birth etc and with wonderful lnconUt uso the Madeira Hirer in IlrazIL An antidote for than supper the misplaced confideuee of tho people eocy to regulate menstruation Comtnoa No 3 TIME TABLE SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES esse should teuch any woman that a prep Games and jokrs family stories told 15 centi and will be something to rouse ascended to power their very first act Tertiary staged of HyjihilU have been CURED TAKING EFFECT aration auaptca tor the gratitude of the least thankfully la JULY 29 1891 ami retold singing quaint pld hymns was to do the very same tiling for doing by this treatment in sixty days restoring the MENSTRUAL DISORDERS clined Some red carnations will light a blood to original purity Write u stating WestBouad Train and lively glees from the singing school dark corner at a small cost and thtt ilanie which they had been denouncing the Zwlll not prepare tho system for Child- Bast Bound Trains length of time you nave bees afflicted and we Daily Dally Daily Dally made up the simple homely joys thai oolortxl spikes of the humblo geutnlum Republican party for so many years By will semi sample bottle Free 9tChrfre ex Sun ex Sua at thl time may imperii ber lite We STATIONS ex Sun ex Sua dim the ruled the day and early evening gad are an orpament not tobe despised No 2 No f CHERRY PECTORAL cutting oil the supply of money repeal earnestly sy HK WAKE of all auchi domI- - i fUto of treatment vlStt per month NoS No 1 any this critical nerlod ElO VUaXj OXX3BVCXOAJC OO lOgaa BfftO tag the purchasing clause of the Slier X oaimoL atand their use may do helped to bind the New Eeglander to his With Beaie asparagus fern outlining bla oood Import Drove fatal t BtuuUrd rreparaUes sonw picture of the Puritans to call Qarfwld Im tho boat ukIIh UVUII1I and It llH3SaOADWAT CINCINNATI OHIO early home with a strong though often special attention to the day or a rope of lfaUm ma law when the supply was already F roenta1 enclente taua relaxingt Ml t Haraed while 112 HanUastrarg of all anodyne unexpected he4d Nnw Yerk Times inadequate to the demand the DemoÂ¬ softening all tbe parts that Um hour of flMfex twitted about a luuuHier the SPEEDY 124 Child birth U robbed of lta terror and bo sHting rootn walls will hmum a very Jolly cratic adwiftlMretion perpetrated an act expeotdrante remedy oo earth doe thl but TLSF4 Olaadeaat foetal look aud even the cynical number which John O Carlisle in former days MQTJMBRS FRIEND Prompt to act Diaulir ROYAL Baking Powder ot tho family who is inclined to ragard lEsrasssBfa Tiw- ir Palls 14J when tie vhoI and for the common peo X For further Information addrcM i iM uk m sroai aav lanutou tuuuacav an m - m Ksckvall a furpe will Hud ple characterised aa the most gigantic at mil Im Umvtmlag ThanksgivingBINlv aswhich to be grateJuLa jtasf 1 sal fafftway THE KUWIEIQ K8UIATM COMfMtV 21 ftatk little left la for an act 1 cinmef thlaor any other Asaiat -- New York WofU if -ATUUtTA on im people nor ouaery jrtl r Points on Cooking the Turkey How He is Considered Abroad NO NO FAMINE NO SOUP HOUSES OR LABOR RIOTS Ang 14 1193 For the bar used Kings IIot1 Oermetuer In tnr practice with moil tntlsfactory result I hate used It in Ty- Â¬ phoid ana lllllous Ferera and always with the ipeedleit and best effeots It lower tba Atlanta 0a past two year 1 STRIKES temperature and FAMILY REUNIONS i MMLIE 1 sjtmmttitmmm 2 jiviikv S -- Â¬ 1 Â¬ 7muimft f in Poor Health fVywVlfV fft 3 I f Â¬ Â¬ Browns 1 Â¬ Iron Bitters 1 It Cures TIME SCHEDULE 22 1 I J JHA WORMS 1 VERMIFUGE i dea--ce- rt For Colds Mothers i Dupuis Treatment SYPHILIS AVERS Y k Htgbt i us Sure to Cure Â¬ ut 1 iiiiiiiwHPW 141 rvrtfja t THR BRHOKENRIDGE NEWS GLOVERPORT KY has not Uen a da nor an hour In my lonely exile since when they have not been with me Oh Eustace I did lore you and you hare so cruelly mUundrrMood mel Are you blind Can yon not see that ll was for j our sake for yours alone hot mine that I fought out that wretch- Â¬ ed flehl for a future What could 1 dot Un- Â¬ fortunate speculations and nnwlee manage- Â¬ ment had ruined mine I know how proud Itfeemedso nnd ambitious our inolhrrwns easy to rctrleVM It all by a simple plot which would harm nobody because theyfould not Ilesldcs what know that ther were robbed are people like ihrso to you and me For your through ten times aake I would haie irone worso and foncht a thousand limes moro des Â¬ perate battle than this rather than have had ou scak to mo as ou mlo to me that night In tljamrrlie llutalllsnotloit You were beside ynureelf niiil I -- I Uk said that for which 1 bitterly repent You told we that your life was ruined Hint ou had Inst your hold upon fanr that our prnctlco was slipping away from uu Tome then with me and lay tho foundations of n greater fortune In a dis- Â¬ w III go anywhere with you Eus Â¬ tant platv tace to the end of the world If need be No other woman w III ever lovo jou as I have loved you No other friend w III ever fight your bat Â¬ tles nnd r chemo dnynud night for your ad Â¬ vancement and your greatness as I will fight and scheme I know w hat my power Is over men It Is still treat It will make you great and fortunate abovo all competitors yet Eus- Â¬ tace If jou will come with mo These are no vain words uttered In a moment of wlldness It Is the solemn truth for I know It better tlmnjou And I am not penniless dear Eus- Â¬ tace I havo enough left enough for us both enongh to build upon mid I will make It a foundation for your future If you will come with me dear KuMncc I do not ask you for a sacrifice 1 do not ask you for a marriage vowj I ask you only for jonreelf and your presence and our lo c I w 111 glvo you every thing myÂ¬ self nnd all I hare nnd ask for nothing In re- Â¬ turn If nu will but come with me dear Eus- Â¬ tace Come nh comet The light Is fading and I cannot pro to w rite I nni no Impatient that you shall get this and understand all that I offer you that I shall hasten to the post with It myself Icnxlng unsaid so much that I might say till I shall soo jou Do not atop to answer It Do not pAiiw to sny goodhy to this hum- Â¬ drum life whlrh jou will not regret but como on tho wings of loxo nnd passion to your 1 HEW PARTY Said to be Hatching in The Wild and Woolly West Minxku oiis Nov in Tho Gary d coirepoiultiit of the Ji tirnnl w litis It would pen rely Ik txp eled that information revealing a gnat National I cortMurrtPiMH rrvrtnNMtj AivcxiAnoH v u l It was evident that tlio merchant could not Hvo long After his second mnrrlngo ho fnlled rapidly Ono day a shocking thing occurred Llttlo Ethel tho merchants idol then 18 months old was stolen most mysteriously in tho dead of night almost from her nursos arms Tho lionso had been broken into and many articles of valuo had been taken So tho object of tho kidnapers nppenred to bo self evident They had stolon tho child hoping to extort vast rams from tho merchant as a ransom Tho dying man was wild with grief Ho commanded tho Tow tho medinm through whom ho transacted nil his business to nso tho most effect ivo meas ures for tho immediato rcscuo of his darling But though much inonoy was expended and n vast amount of work performed every claim of n discovery of tho missing ono proved when hunt Â¬ ed up to bo an imposture The Jew had an infallible test of which tho world know nothing An accident had necessi tated tho amputation of ono of tho toes of tho childs loft foot Tho merchants hopo that ho might still see his child kept him alivo for years but tho time camo when tho phy- Â¬ sicians said that ho must die Somo weeks beforo his deccno ho called his lawyer an old and trusted friend to ask hisiuhieo in a most important mat- Â¬ ter As tho result of that nih ico tho merchant for the third timo altered his will Tho lawyer mistrusted tho Tew but tho merchant to tho last held blind ly to his faith in his integrity Still tho councilor jiersuaded him easily enough to protect his child In tho strongest manner Tho will as then framed provided that two thirds of his fortune hliould n to his widow and tho other third with tho exception of a stated sum given to tho faithful Jew was to bo held in trust by tho lawyer and other honorablo gentlemen for his daughter Ethel If at tho end of 30 years sho had not K en heard from her sharo of tho property which amounted to nearly 500000 was to go to various chnri tablo institutions Tills will was inado on April l tI8ti signed and sealed in tho pm enco of wituesces On April 21 of tho same year the lawyer was hastily summoned to attend Mr Forsytho who was dying and who apparently in perfectly Kane mind told him that Inning decided at tho last moment again to alter tho will ho had done so in a codicil which ho only desired him to examine as to its legality and force There could bo no doubt about that Tho codicil had been added in tho Tows haudwriting and was countersigned by three servants in tho house who in tho eye of tho law wero disinterested witnesses It was cer tainly legal but tho startling nature of tho alteration alarmed tho lawyer and aroused his darkest suspicions It re voked tho provisions of tho previous claubO regarding his daughters legacy reduced tho number of years tho money was to lw held for her from 30 to 10 and mndo tho provisional legatee in tho event of her not being found at tho expiration of that time instead of tho charitable institutions the Jew himself Tho lawyer did not let this pass without remonstrance but tho dying merchant refined tonlter tho testament I owo everything to my good Felix ho said referring to tho Jew Why But so certain should you envy him was tho lawyer of tho excrciso of unduo iullucnco upon tho merchants mind that after his death he hunted up a distant rolativo and persuaded him to ills puto tho will Tho caso was tried in court and resulted in a triumph for tho Jew Tho will held Ansel Forevtho died Aoril 23 1875 Tho conrt decided in favor of tho legal ity of tho will in October of tho following year and on that day the Jow dis appeared personally from tho field of war and transacted such business as it was necessary to transact with refcrcuco to tho trust property in tho hands of tho executors through his solicitor Mr Forsythos old lawyer naturally drew a sigh of relief when matters assumed this quiet state from which they did not seem likely to emerge for at least 10 years But ho drew this breath alto gether too soon Tho moment tho status of tho will was settled by tho court a now complication arose Tho samo im- Â¬ postors who had beforo nppeared nnd now ones who had como into tho posses- Â¬ sion of tho necessary facts began to impersonate tho lost Ethel nnd to set up snecessivo claims to tho property Most of them wero so ridiculous on tho faco that thoy did not merit sober consideration Others were moro shrewdly plan ned and gavo tho executors much trou ble If falMi witm soes could havo per jured their way to wealth tho property would havo been wrested from tho exec Â¬ utors long ago but fortnnatoly tho Jowfl secret was a hocrct still locked up in tho breasts of half a dozen pcoplo whoso interests bado them not to speak When tho left foot of tho claimant was bared tho chances of success vanished liko tmoko beforo a high wind A peculiarity said one of this childs nnklo renders your claim defective Tho rcnl child had a malformation which you do not possess So thoy had brought us cripples and joint diseases by tiio score Unfortunately for them thoy believed what wo told them too implic- Â¬ itly After tho examination by our phy Â¬ sician and tho padtlvo maimer in which ho told them that hero was no founda tion for their claims thero wero few who dared risk tho penalties for perjury by bringing tho caso to court Our pri vate tribunnl generally settled tho matter Tho fow who dared to risk a legal trial ba70 had tho leisure to repent their folly in n prison But all this took timo nnd work and was oxjxwsivo Tho will expressly stipulated that tho costs of research mid legal protection should bo taken from the trust property tsolf nnd in 10 years these expenses nlouo have mora than eaten up tho interest on tho money so that tho trust property to- Â¬ day does not amount to imito 100000 So matters btood oil tho 31st day of April last past Ou that day tho slato was clemi Them was not mi unset tied elaim peudimr Tim Inst Ethel Fowythe mm1 IMs clUpuaed of and there wu MOttiUiy wore to be ikate Ten years hay- elapsed since tko data of Ui will ad tfco lutt daughter not Wine furIn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ coming Felix TtiiMiifel had n clear flllo to her property Tho lawyer expected daily a call from his solicitor Tho days went by and ho did not come Tho pa pers wero prepared tho property was ready but no Jow Ho did not coma In fact there was a rrcnt lino nnd cry raised about this matter for tho Jow had disappeared as suddenly and com Â¬ pletely from his homo and his acquaint Â¬ ances as if unseen nnd nlone ho had liko Elijah been translated into heaven Ho had gouoout ono night on an errand Ho had never returned Mcantimo what was to becomo of tho Forvtho property Tho will was clear and explicit ou this point In caso of tho Jews death nnd the nonappear Â¬ ance of tho missing heiress tho trust funds reverted ns beforo to tho charities Tho trustees only awaited proof of tho Jews death to lift this burden off their shoulders Then liko n thunderbolt out of n clear hky n lint and most danger Â¬ ous Ethel Forsytho appeared upon tho Fceoe This girl had been brought up by n certain George and Mary Stevenson in tho country as their own daughter They now declared that in her infancy tho child had been placed in their hands by a certaiu Leander Dye who had paid them royally for her support An nfll davlt swoni out by Dyo beforo a justlco of tho peace averred that ho had stolen tho child from Ansel Forsythos houso in hopo of n ransom had been terrified by tho results of his deed and had been nfrald ever sinco to produeo her through fear of tho Jew So far tho caso was slmplertuid moro straightforward but not moro plausible than sorao of its predecessors But tho physicians test throw tho executors into confusion Miss Stevensons left foot met tho requirements of tho case Tho third too had been nmpntated At once thero arose n dispnto among tho executors Somo wero for admitting her claim without further inquiry but tho good scno of tho others prevailed and tho most riuid investigation ensued A choico list of the best physicians in tho city was mailo up each of whom was to mnko a separate examination of tho scar left by tho amputation and return to tho executors his opinion ns to its ago Tho opinions varied greatly but tho average result was certainly of a character to justify our worst suspicions Tho general verdict placed tho dato of tho wound within n year and them was but ono voice to tho belief that tho am- Â¬ putation lintead of being tho intelligent and careful work of a physician was the bungling performance of n per Â¬ son ignorant of tho Jlrst principles of surgery The physician who had operat Â¬ ed upon tho real Ethel was dead but his standing and knowledge of his pro fession wero undoubtedly of tho first or- Â¬ der Hero at tho outset was a manifest Haw in the Stevenson cae but beforo It could bo followed up information was obtained which let tho light in upon tho whole mystery- - While tho executors wero getting over tho shock of tho first astonishment caused by theso develop ments and were preparing to proceed to xtremo measures tho last of tho For sytho impostures ennio to a sudden termination by the flight of all concerned in tho conspiracy Such is tho remnrkablo Forsytho caso as wo knew it and as tho world know it a week ago today This is tho outer mid surface history I havo added a brief statement of tho secret history as tho ovcnU of the past few days havo mado them known to us Ethel Forsytho was stolen by tho Jow himself From the day of her ab- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hoods is Good Makes Pure Blood Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated aI of our little Mays sickness and her return to 8b health by the uso of Hoods Sarsnnarllla was taken down with It Is Hood Co Lowell Maui with pleasure Unit I glre you the details Fovcr nnd a Bad Coueh Following this a soro came on her right side be Â¬ tween the two lower ribs In n short time an other broke on tho Icrt side Sho would take spells of sore mouth nnd w hen w e had succeed Â¬ ed In otercnmliiK this slio would sutler with atÂ¬ tacks of high fever and eipel bloody looking corruption Her head was affected and matteroozed from her cars After each attack she bo- came worso nnd all treatment failed to glre her relief until we be iran to use Hoods Barsaparllla After she had taken one halt bottle w e could see that she was better We continued until she bad taken three bottles Mow sho looks Ilk and Is fat ns a pic We feel p atef ul and cannot say too much In favor of Hoods ttarsaparllla Mas A M Adams Inman Tennessee Hoods Pills net castly yet promptly aud efficiently on the liver and bowols 22c Hoods5 Cures Tho Bloom of Health conspiracy to rule or ruin the Itepubli can parly should bo found In this un Â¬ important village My Informant is a gentleman of veracity who is acting as amanuensis to ono of the It mlcre in tho movement nnd I havo long known him to bo reliable Tho story he told is this For soveral months an understanding ho3 existed among tho leading silver men of the United States that an em Â¬ phatic demand shall be mado that tho Republican platform of 1800 shall con- Â¬ tain an unequivocal declaration in favor of unqualified freo coinngo of Bllvcr nnd that in tho event of tho failure of tho Republicans to bo declare a new party movement shall forthwith bo sprung with two planks in itBplatformdeclaring simply for protection and free coinngo Tho management of tho movement is largely in the hands of Scnntors Jones Stewart nnd Pettigrow nnd they are looking to Senator Cameron as a Presi- Â¬ dential candidato in tho event of the birth of the new party When the children drink bail water and eat too much green fruit or havo the stomach ache or diarrhoea from any cause you neednt be alarmed about them If you will get a 25c 60c bottlo of Dr Bells Anti Flux thoy will bo at piny in half hour after the first dose For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr 11 II McMulllii McDaniels M Mover Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ tino A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowieyville Ky W K Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Gar- Â¬ field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky THE SQUARES Designate the lines we carry Box Paper Linen Paper Note Paper Legal Paper Fools Cap Paper Tablets 5 10 Pencils 10 25c duction eho led n forlorn and unsatisfac- Â¬ tory life Sho was bi ought upuudcr tho false name of Aunetto Dye Sho travel- Â¬ ed about tho country believed and be lieving herself to bo tho daughter of a moral coward whom tho Jew had suc ceeded in getting completely under his thumb Sho might havo been tho daugh- Â¬ ter of that moral coward still had not on nccideut revealed to her a part of tho truth of her situation Sho commit- Â¬ ted tho Indiscretion of telling this knowl edge to her pretended father Ho How with tho startling news of her fatal information to tho Jew At first tho Jew was paralyzed with fear but ho was too determined nnd unscrupulous a man to permit tho Fehemes of years to bo dissipated to tho winds without a struggle Ho took prompt measures terriblo means desperato means I It is perhaps useless to inqniro into tho Jews motives for using tho precise uiethod for tho removal of tho hoiress from his path to which ho resorted At any rate ho wrote tho letter purporting to como from tho Hnpgood woman and caused tho unwilling Dyo to aid him in his nefarious work But ho swore u sol- Â¬ emn oath to that poor weak gciitlcmnu that his only pnrposo in bringing tho heiress to tho sea road was to frighten her n little and that ho would not harm a hnir of her head Think of tho utter depravity and unscrupulousness of n miud liku that Obscrre gentlemen of tho jury tho grim humor in tho postscript of his lottcr in which ho says I may bo late but I shall not fail to keep my appointment Tho Jow was a monstrosity of heart lessness Ho could havo chosen no safer method for n deed of violence oa tho event proved und if ho had been successful in his scorch of her pockota for tho letter ho had written which sho carried in tho bosom of her dress clows i to tho perpetrator of tho assault would I havo been entirely wonting But with all his troublo his tint attempt was un successful Ho tried again In tho sec ond trial ho was thrown from tho win Â¬ dow of tho rear room of tho upper story of 20 Ballavoino ploco whllo trying to niako an cscapo by way of tho roof Tho investigation into tho causo of the disappearance of Felix Roscnfol failed from lock of ovldeuco Tho reason lay in tho fact that tho only person besides tho criminal himself who hold thocluw to tho matter would not speak This person was Mrs Forsytho It is entirely ouUido tho scopo of this simple statement of facta to enter into a description either of the character or the life of this corrupt and unprincipled woman Borne time we shall know the whole truth Already enough U known to wake bold oar breach with woa- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ der and horror This woman led two lives In ono life sho was tho model of In tho other respectability and virtue shu had no scruples mid no decency Tho mystery is how sho was abh so long to hide tho fact that sho played this dual rolofrom the keen mid suspicious glouco of society Tho reason can alouo bo found in her extraordinary ability and cun- Â¬ ning This woman was a paragon of do celt mid duplicity Thero can no longer bo any doubt that ioor Forsytho was do ccived even as to her purity Miss Ste Â¬ venson is her own daughter and tho people who brought her up told ono truth when they wid that thoy had al Â¬ ways been paid largo sums for tho childs board though tho fact that this money was paid Leander Dye or that ho even know them beforo tho necessities of tho conspiracy brought theso precious peoplo together is entirely improbable Mrs Forsytho alono know of her brothers connection with Leander Dyo Sho alono knew that Mr Dyo hnd been with him on the day of his disappear Â¬ ance Sho alono suspected tho truth Tho use which sho mado of theso sus- Â¬ picious has already liecn placed beforo you After years of secret hnto nnd fear nnd bitterness when tho wretched Dye in a moment of frenzy at tho thought of his own degradation dared to striko tho blow that rid him forever of his un Â¬ scrupulous master ho fell nt ouco by virtue of this very deed under tho tyran- Â¬ ny of a still sterner hand From boiug n tool in tho grasp of tho man ho be Â¬ came a tool in tho grasp of tho woman and the woman wits less lenient than tho man In a privato room ou tho second floor of tho Forsytho mansion on Livingston street on tho 10th day of January last tho unfortunate child who for tho pre- Â¬ vious two weeks had been known to tho household ns Mrs Forsythos niece took ether and submitted to bo operated upon with a cold steel chisel and a redhot curling Iron Mr Dye who assisted nt that operation was prostrated by tho effects for days No moro need bo said for tho fortitudo mid strength of pur poso of tho woman who played tho dual rolo of saint and sinner On tho lut of Juno Leander Dye after placing his valuable knowledgo of tho facts in relation to tho real Ethol Forsytho lu tho hands of tho authori- Â¬ ties died ct tho city hospital Immedi Â¬ ately following his confession tho body of n man which was recognized from somo papers in n pocket to bo that of Felix Itosenfel tho Jew was found en Â¬ tangled in tho piles beneath tho win dows of tho houso at SO Ballavoino place On tho 3d of Juno tho executors of tho Forsytho will with tho full knowl edgo nnd agreement of tho representa- Â¬ tives of ho chniltablo institutions which would otherwlso have profited by tho legacy drew up tho papers that will make over legally nnd formally that portion of tho Forsytho estnto remain ing in their hands to Ethel Forsytlie now Mrs Julian Mnxey mid her heirs aud nssigus forever Tho lawyers voico coosed abruptly and thero was silence in tho room Tho river glistened in tho sun Tho summer wind rustled tho curtains at tho windows Miss Maxoy smiled Tho artist looked in a grave wistful way nt his wife As for Mrs Maxoy thero was a bright light in her wonderful eyes Â¬ Kostelle What fools men arol raid Lamar Timo was I doubt within himsolf not when this bit of writing would havo filled mo with n fovcr nnd n tiro that would havo burned down nil beforo it I should havo sacrificed everything SHIRTS C IM MJF COLLARS 1525cdz HUFFS Wanting and Getting Tho kitchen door stood open and there was no ono about to recelvo tho Ishmacl of the road when he came in He rattled on tho door a while and as it brought no results ho sat down on the steps to wait Pretty soon tho cook camo into tho kitchen from the dining room and Zci I jhotihf Jinrc siicrfjlcrd everything as sho saw him bIio gave a little nervous and rushed liko a fool to my doom squeak Thank God I am no longer young No Excuse me he saidrieing I didnt Matters of this sort shall como into my mean to scare you myself from lifo no more I will dovoto But you did just tho samo she re- Â¬ this timo forth to my neglected business I will build up my practice restore my Â¬ torted Yes nnd I apologized liko a gentle- Â¬ self to favor and succeed and then Ho stopped Tho fhonght of a sweot man smile a frauk nnd kindly baud nwann Hints all light what do you want womanly presence in which ho had so Ahem he coughed I want broiled often in tho chambers abovo tho river lobster nnd champagne but I wont get forgotten tho worry mid caro that op Â¬ pressed him stolo into his heart and it I suppose Not in tho slightest somehow it cheered and comforted him Well to como from the sublime to Tim END the ridiculous w lints tho chanco for mo Whenever tho little children tho la Â¬ tc get a Boup bono and n slug of bakers dies or the big men want something to bread He got it Detroit Free Press regulate their liver or cure constipation and billiousne8s Dr Bells Tiny Tonic Tablets is what thny must have They Tho lady readers of the Nkws should cure and you never feel it Purely vegeta- Â¬ beforo the Holidays send their full ad- Â¬ ble 25t n vial everywhere For ealo dress and a 2 coot stamp to W N by Short it Huynes Cloverport Dr Brainard Box 137 Detroit Mich for R H McMullin McDaniels M Meyer a package of tho Imported Face Beautl Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constan- Â¬ fier None will bo disappointed tino A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett it Co Bowieyville Kyj W E Brown Official Vote Fourth District Irvington Ky Jno I Nichols Garfield The following is the official vote in the Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Fourth district as received at tho office l of tho Secretary of State at Frankfort Counties Montgomery Lewis Slmpn EKRON Breckenridge 52 1010 1075 01 C74 018 Bullitt Walker James son of MrTheo James Grayson 1021 53 1282 went to Lexington Wednesday to visit 18 077 Green 11 19 his grand mother Mrs Mary James 10 Hardin 1488 1035 VyIrs rhebe Skillmnu of Hnrdinsburgi Hart 38 1591 1380 Mr nnd J G Shacklett of Hill Grove LaRue 829 04 703 Mrs J D lloberta Mr and Mrs D It Marion 1273 20 1175 Shacklett Dr and Mrs Wnrfleld and Nelson 15 044 003 Mr J T Massey of Ekron took dinnor Meade 50 1310 1037 with Mr Z T Cox Tuesday Nov 20 78 Ohio 1822 2210 Mrs Dr Henry Board returned to her Taylor 881 3 805 home at Hardinsburg Tuesday nftcr a Washington 1111 1577 5 pleasant visit to friends and relatives 10820 544 Totals 150J0 hero 1100 Plurality Mr Joo Buren of Louisville after spending several days with Mr W L West Points Advantages Archer hunting returned homo Thurs- Â¬ day night West Point this county is the most Mrs rhebe Skilhnan returned to her inviting field in Hardin county to build home near Hardinsburg Friday nfter a up a prosperous town We know of no pleasant visit to her father Dr It W ploco that offers bucIi inducement The Wnrfleld accompanied by her niece supply of natural gas there is getting to bo enormous and so certain is it to be Miss Itena Shacklett found that thoso who bore the wells guarantee it It is used now for heating Ben Johnsons County Makes a Bad and cooking purposes by most of tho Showing inhabitants of tho little village and Of all tho counties in the Fourth Con- Â¬ thousands of dollars worth of it is going gressional district Nelson the homo to waste With this tho cheapest of all county of Collector Ben J Johnsonmado fuels river aud railroad transportation tho worst showing for Democracy It a dozen manufacturing plants should be only polled TOO votes for Montgomery established at West Point Elizabeth less than halt the vote thnt it polled for town News him two years ngo and less even than Whonevor a druggist tells you ho has the vote he received in primary against Davo Murray Where was Collector something Just as good for coughs grip etc as Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey dont Ben when the light went out at homo you believe it for we guarantee that it is Ellzabethlown Nows not true We make tho gonuiuo and authorize all druggists to guarantee it The E E Sutherland Co Taducah Ky For sale by Short it Haynes Clovtr port Dr R H McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constantino j A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett it Co Bowieyville Ky W E CURES Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky j A R Morris Big Spring BLOOD Ky Too ill Brushes Comb Brushes NECKWEAR Hair Brushes Mirr rs Pocket Books Mem Books Ledgers D SJBntry UNDERWEAR HOSIERY GLOVES Pens Penholders Visiting Cards Inks Balls I Handkerchiefs GARTERS SUSPENDERS Crayons Many other things too m merous to mention As Maxoy went through tho narrow passago between tho two rooms ho met his wifo for tho first timo alono sinco tho rending of tho lawyers document By tho light of tho gas jet ho could see her bright eyes shining through tho tears and n feverish glow rising into her beautiful cheeks Sho throw her arms about him in n long and silent embrace Sho spoke but sho did not lift her head from its resting place on his shoulder Dearest husband it is nil yours I For your saka it is tho greatest joy of my lifol why should said Maxoy Well you cry about it thcur Oh my dearest husband I dont know but I cant help It Neither can I Bald Maxey Deuco take it I boliovo I am as big a baby as yon arol Wall IN Fai 3er THE FINEST - n grim contemptuous expression about his Up nt his desk his dry eyea fixed upon a Ktaiucd and almost illegible bit of writing before him the reading of which ho had just finished The letter read Mr Dkaii KcsTACE If rou bet knew how your cruel words when I last saw you have u would oh I know you tortured we since wouu iiave forborne 10 uuer mtm utttr At tho very moment when Maxoy gavo way to tears Dr Lamar Bat with CURES s s FOR SCROFULA POISON Oarxciie THE CITY Watch for our Christmas display Tour trade solicited THE TETTER CANCER ECZEMA The Ui skew Royal Baking Pow4r cWAm tMfiifter to S Govt Reports BLOOD Kesdi a Little Mora Onn We observe that the Administration la now putting a little more rose pink ink on the ftee of the lovely two teat Claudes dispensed at the Poet Office The next great measure of reform is soma wore starch en the other side Even the sickly green postage stamp used to ad Â¬ We advise the Hon here when affixed Qnyvgr Cleveland to hl gum work Baa running on lull lime New nt JNO D BABBAGE E C BABBAGE Manager Yk i V T wrr jfrwyFwTr r QUSTON Miss Mollle Hasher left for louisvillo wwpr- - vf tf yftWW llfiiPiwyiW 5 THK QRRGKElNmiDaEi NJWS GIaOVEXRFORT KY Awarded Highest Honors WorliTa Pair Riedel A Co for layer figs Caps cm all Suitors hatters X mas presents for all at Babbngos Co in in en co now on tho doll at Bab Â¬ bagos Highest cosh prlco paid for hides Cbas Llghcn When repliants Saloon is closed it is not shut u Turkey and oysters for thank scivlng Cha8 Lisbon A comforting thought u1rrs blank els and comforts When fatigued yon ran rout with case at tho J W Bates Tho very lowest prices on all fetd etuff R 0 Pcrklns Our bIiocs aro cosy to fool and eo are our shoo bills Vests A uiino of sparkling dazzling gems from toy land Suiters Visit J W Bates Stnr saloon when wanting a flvo cent lunch All the popular drinks can ho had at J W Bates Stnr saloon A portion of our Christmas goods will bo on display Dec 1st 1801 A small amount of cash buys a largo amount of goods at Vests Mako a beo lino for ono of those lovely hats at Miller Lightfoots If they dont Buit its no sale wo mean our shoes Vests Riedel Co will bavo n choice lot of fruit and candy for Christmas Holiday goods tho best and cheapest at F N Dlluys Cloverport Ky There Is no old Snako and Lirzard fac tory nlongsido of Pophams Saloon Special sales In trimmed hats Friday and Saturday at Millor Lightfoots Wo havo something for overy putse something for overy person DHuy Ahead in shoos is our position Tho public havo their feet In ours Vests Rov Engolbort Schmltt has removed from Beech Orovo to Peweo Valloy Ky Dont forget tho day 30th and 1st for cheap hats at Miller and Lightfoots Watch for our big doll It will appear in our show window Doclst189l Bab Â¬ ltPERSONALrj Eugen Kingsbury went to Holt Sunday A Harry went to Ekron Monday Mayor Caa Whitehead went to LoutiTllla yesterday Mr A D Sktltman went to IeulitllU Mon Â¬ HOLT Bro S G Shelley filled his regular ap Â¬ J day Oxen Keys IodlburR wai In town Thurs- Â¬ day W S Dean ltock Vale wai In town yes Â¬ CREAM terday Mrs 1 BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE A II Murray went to LouIitIIIo yel K Dorland terday Mr J of IouIhtIIIc was In the elly yeUerday Mrs Mary Miller and Mr Reuben Miller went to LouIstIIIc yesterday Charlie Monks genial fuco showeJ up on the llait bound tratn yesterday Mr Logan C Murray Loulirllle came down Saturday to teo his brother Iter S K llreedlng Hardlnsburg was the guest of Her S O Shelley last night Mils Dlancha Frymlre or Union Star ts tatting the Misses lluiby Owenstoro Miss Mamlo Young of Eranirllle Ind ti visiting her sister Mrs Chat 11 Sklllman Charlei Fredrick William May went to Cwonsboro Sunday to teo his aunt Lisa Uolt Hon Frank Straus of Loulirllle was a passenger on the East bound train Saturday Ed Touiey Indianapolis Ind was tho guest of his brother T 0 Tousey yesterday Mrs Lannto Smith and lltllo ion George spent Sunday In town the guest of Mrs Mary EtU Erans Mr W M Fowers and Mils Jennie Steph Â¬ ens were married at Fellvllle last Sunday Rev R T Uruner officiated Mesdamei S S Watklns and U E Moor Â¬ man and Mill Bctlle Uowmtr spent Thursday at Addlion tho guests of Mrs W E Minor Claren e Stcrrett of the Clarion and Seal Duncan p m of Hawcsvllle passed up on tha train Saturday to seo the wheel races at Free pure Grape Cteam of Tartar Powder Irom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant in VI ARS TUB STANDARD ATTORNEY Office with Iron Urldge Gus Brown CLOVERPOttT KY AT LAW Emt cnd of DtJ It Murray Notice to Subscribers The date on the label Indicates the time to This tcrvet which your ubcilptlnn li paid both at a receipt an expiration notice every week Kxamlnc tho date printed after vonr name on the margin nf thla paper and see If It Is correct If not correct please to let us know If your time hatexplrcd please renew at once -- Breckenridge News 23 1804 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER CAL BKEVITIES Pates dwicdel Co a Louisville Mrs R N Hudson after a pleasant visit here to her parents Mr and Mrs J D Greg Â¬ ory returned to her home In Louisville Satur Â¬ day Her sister Mill Salllo Gregory accom Â¬ x RJ SSuUs cj Tako a peep at our display of good things to eat on Thanksgiving Chas Lishen What olso is there iu a shoo besides leather There is comfort and grace in Sulzers LtIogs were quoted on tho Louisvillo marKet yesteniay at ftGO for tho best J packers InviKtiTON Nov 20 Quito n largo Como to our store as a matter of edu cation you can learn a great deal Short crowd camo out Saturday afternoon to show their appreciation of a good thing it Ilaynes Friday and Saturday we will sell when it was offered them Tho first of a trimmed hats at reduced prices Miller series of lectures which is to bo deliver- Â¬ ed at this plnco during tho next fow Llghtfoot Trado with us and your pocket book months was delivored hero Saturday afternoon by Dr Korfoot of tho Theo-Â¬ wont havo any grounds for complaint logical Seminary of Louisville on tho Short Ilaynes Too much a corset fit a body noed a body subject of Temperance If can not bo Bald in pralso of Dr Kerfoots cry our corsets fit no crying in talk for ho certainly acquitted himself them Vests creditably Tho audience was very at- Â¬ John Furrow living a few miles from town on tho pike had a good horso tentive and I think his words wore heartily approved and met tho approba- Â¬ stolen lost Thursday night of all who were present I truly A heavy shoomt a light prlco Vests tion hope his words will bo so indelibly Vests Our shoes last long and look well as stamped upon tho minds and hearts of Como to seo mo now about your Christ- Â¬ long as thoy last Vests tho peoplo of this community that they Mr Eugeno GofT and Miss Ola John- Â¬ mas presents and avoid tho rush son both of this city were married in will go to work at onco and through DHuy thoir instrumentality closo tho doors of All tho escort old Turk needs on Cannolton last Thursday When tho curtains are drawn in Pop Â¬ these unrighteous plates and in tho Thanksulvinff day can bo furnished by hams Saloon you can bet dead sure course of only a fow months tho bar room may bo reforrcd to as a thing oftho By their fruits wo shall know that that somebody is bohindthem past Then peaco and harmony will The Acmo Brick Company sold to abound Sulzers are prepared for a lively Thanks- Louisvillo parties lost weok 700000 giving trade building brick It will tako 100 cars to Trouble With The Bond A lpng felt want a stylish derby hat transport them TomNsroKT Ind Nov 27th 1894 from Sulzers which will last you from Tho marriage of Mr Bob McGlothlan Last Sunday morning about 9 oclock now until summer of Irvlngton and Miss Bcttie Drury 0 W Knight canto up from Cannolton School Tho first term of tbo High Bowleyvlllo was announced to takoplacu bearing tho news that tho County Com- Â¬ closes this week Examination of pupils missioners had refused to accept tho yesterday at tho bridos home on Wednesday and Friday Commissioner Babbago will sell tho bond made by Lat Mitcholon tho ground from Breckenridge With pumpkins that it was not drawn for tho amount re- Â¬ county and flour from Sulzers you can property of tho Clovorport Mineral Com- Â¬ quired by law and that they only give pany and a small lot in Huston street at havo pies just like your mother used to puplic auction In this city Saturday him untlll Monday evening at G oclock make to fill tho required bond December 8 A communication from Prof Shack Lx This of course throwed tho Republi- Â¬ O K 1 s sorvod a very delightful AMI ntlnm Into I n In lUn til cans into tho wildest excitement Run for this weeks issue Watch for them spread at their Castlo Hall last Friday norswero sent to every voting precinct night Thos L Wroo was tho orator of next weok tho evening and mado n beautiful talk in tho county with word for overy Re- Â¬ publican bo ho big or little rich or Flash lights of brightness that will on Pythianlsm poor to bo at Cannelton by 10 oclock flash joy and gladness into hearts of old tf W Cary has traded his Clifton Mill on Monday Monday camo and by din Â¬ and young when they soo our Christ Â¬ property Including tho Flouring Mill to ner tlmo Cannolton was as black with mas display Suitors J II Aubrey for tho lattera farm This If you cant eat all the turkey you trado was brought about by an adver Â¬ peoplo as Republicans could make her A now bond was drawn for ono hundred havo to morrow just hold it over for the tisement in the Nkws and nlno thousand dollars ami before 5 next day Its mighty fine cold or mado t You may down Joo Mullen for Magis Â¬ oclock was signed by over ono hundred Into hash or warmed pver trate but ho runs away ahead of all of tho best men tho county affords and Patter patter let it pour pattorpatter competitors whon It comes to burning It is said it is worth 300000 soon tho little footstops will roar up plant beds Joe has already sevoral Tho town was wild with oxcltemout tho stairs down the stairs Christmas beds ready for sowing all day and It was not an uncommon goods all over tho house Sulzers thing to hear tho Ho given oven by Churoh Holes With overy twonty flve cents pur-tho prominent mon of tho county Rev Ben M Bogard will preach the chased you got a ticket on tho doll and What will be tho outcome finally is the one receiving the greatest number of Thanksgiving sermon Thursday at the hard to say but wo learn that tho bond tickets by Jan 31st gets it Babbago Baptist church It will bo a union ser- Â¬ was accepted and is to bo hoped it that Chicago Nov 23 Sulzers I am now vice There will bo a collection taken tho troublo will bo quelled before It goes hero and will bo at your store next week for the poor any further Rov S G Shelly had an excollont con- Â¬ I will make my headquarters at your store whllo in Clovorport Santo Claus gregation Sunday at Holt and two addit Â¬ The Siok Two men on wheels camo In town ions to tho church Waltor Oulze is getting well Rov J V Guthrie stationed at Mar Thursday from Owensboro They made Miss Mary Ovorton Is improving the run in less than three hours Thoy Ion Ky and a member of tho Louis-Â¬ Miss Eliza Dyer has typhoid fover were en route to West Virginia and only ville M E Conference fell dead in his Mr Jarboos children arc improving made a short halt here church last Saturday He was a fine Jimmy Wheeler has a bad case of The lines dedicated to the dead bridge minister and one of tho leading members eroyslpelas In his face Mrs Milton Smith Holt is very alck man add published iu this issue of the In the conference Rev Breeding of News were written by a young girl la Hardlnsburg was called there to preach and not expected to live Jas J Sklllman has been quite sick for her teens and who never went to school his funeral last Sunday The protracted meeting at the Baptist several days with bowel trouble but three months in her life Judge Murray was resting a little easier VEtFrof H K Taylor Piinclpal of the church is progressing nicely ilev preaching some excellent ser Â¬ last evening but his condition was un- Â¬ Louisville Training School for beys and Bogard a candidate for State Superintendent mons and attracting good congregations changed Miss Minnie Garrett has been con Â¬ Public Instruction will lecture ia the every night Trvlecs every afternoon fined to her bed for three weeks with High School building next Saturday at at 3 oclock and at 7 in the evening 2 oclock p iu Go out and hear him There Is a good old fashioned MethoÂ¬ rheumatism dist revival going on at the colored Keith Son have just received roes HITES RUN Aberdeen Seotland a pareopbagtw for chureii nt llo llo Taln HJI1I Farmers aro killing hogs i3lMburg It is we of the Wheat is not looking well Died tlte 21st day of November known granites and yery substantial Jeff Millers new tenant house Is about Tiieyhave alto received a arfe sleek 1801 PeWrOieA infant soa of Apaejm eemplftietl aged 3 meatus and eee day LoL V Chapin and A L Howard have wrvv iivm wiwi Mmriin gvt lauaa Hayd U or totaUtoaes of the different Parental love aad awdleal skill perforsed moved into Jas K Cba pins old howe- and Vkuh and will utuiemll my all their known My duties and hearts Bra in Break earjdjje or adjolaiag eotm- - yunmL that Utile Ctoo might stay but We want a Sunday School at this lie im none atu softly voices sing tiee Md gtunatM aHewniioa pJaee Will some one make a move in MH la wkfc the kvpyIhatiHMoUonT 1 Wag-- far e kUft Am awaat The To monoy Thursday will be Thanks WkM Ma UttJf Ami art waWi hmkktg akmwd glriaf tiny Let tt wtaun Utsnlts for lalfcUiuMlirtliv im m mur FalliO tttviag a good paper Ilk the UmtcKatt QtoytqioH Ifef N 1MH dM Jto sjikhjNbws to rand Tho blSfoH at Babbasos California prunes nt tlio City Bakery Chris Lisbon pays cash for green hides Canned goods of every kind at tho City Bakery You can get tho finest lino of candies at Babbagos R 0 Perkins can supply your wants in tho feed line You can foot the bill If you buy your shoes of Suiters Saturday Dec 1st the big doll will ap-Â¬ pear at Babbages liio laiesi designs ami incest goous ui great variety at Dlluys Nothing foxy about our way of doing business Short Ilaynes Notice Go to Riedel Cos for your Christmas candies and fruit Tho High School the Bank and Post Ofllco will bo closed to ihorrow Anybody can afford to bo clean if he Ilaynes buys soap of us Short Silver knives forks spoons at hard time prices Como and sco DHiiy There is no light under a bushel In Pophams Saloon tho gas burns all night Thats us Dry All round men goods groceries shoe3 and notions bago panied her Taylor Heard Hardlnsburg wits In town Sunday the guest of Mr and Mn J I Dab bago He camo down with Hon W Jolly who was enronte home Mrs James L Fatrlctgb Drandonburg came down Saturday to see her brother Judge J A Murray It Is ber first visit In etght B years She was rery much pleased with tho Wo are Indebted to Mr and Mrs many changes made and the Improvment of Frank Greonwood for tho very pleasant tho town slnco her last visit Mrs Falrlelgh spent Iu dancing at their homo has many dar friends and relative in thli hours wo Thursday night Yes and wo do sym Â¬ city who wore glad to tee her pathize too with thoso thrco poor boys that were so badly loft Dr Kerfoots Lcotnro 1 pointment hero Sunday Mr Robert Ball Hardlnsburg spent Saturday and Sunday here Mr Walter King was tho guest of Miss Daisy Cox Toblnsport Sunday Judgo W D Holt and family leave this week for Florida to spend tho winter Misses Katio and EvaKlngPcrsimmon Flat were guests of Mlss Rosa Miller Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Tinlus Hardlns Â¬ burg visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Miss Allco Scaton Clovorport spent a fow days lost week with Miss Mattlo Mattlngly Mr and Mrs James Tinlus aro visiting her mother Mrs Thomas Ball near Hardlnsburg W A Smith went to Owensboro Fri Â¬ day to spoud a fow weeks with his mother Mrs Hattlo Smith Misses Jcsslo and Bertha Hawkins wore among those from a distance that attended church hero Sunday Present indications aro that n certain young man In our neighborhood will not havo to get his sister to keep house for him next year Lost At or near Mr Charles Eldors Finder will Mr Eil Green wood pleaso bring him homo and receive many thanks from his parents Frank Grconnood and sister Miss Allio went to Irvlngton Tuesday to attend tho marriage of their cousin Mr B W Carter to Miss Katio Thompson Mr Stowart of Webstor has a contract to saw soveral thousand feet of lum Â¬ ber at this plnco and will commenco sawing just as soon as it rains enough to givo him plenty of water All things aro not all right alter night whon you get lost whllo going to n neighbors houso unless you can seo n certain star over about Lody Vlcks and hear poor llttlo Jim dog bark E and Â¬ Â¬ Friday Miss Ellen Munford returned from a visit to Louisvillo Friday Rov Ovcrstreet was tho guest of Geo Stuffed with Onions Somo peoplo liko Thanksgiving Gooso flavored in that manner But if you dont liko Onions Misses Amanda and Brook Tinlus en Â¬ tertained tho following young peoplo at Misses Lillian tea Sunday ovonlng Greenwood Mary Dutschke and Theresa Brown Messrs Charles Riedel Charles Tinius P B and G F Greenwood McQUADY Wo had quito a nico Bhower Friday evening Deo little son of Mr J C Burbage has Neuralgia Wr J W Pato went to Louisvillo on business last week Mr Forest Lyons went to Millwood Grayson county Saturday Mrs Chas Lyons returned last Wed Â¬ nesday from a visit to relatives in LouisÂ¬ villo Soino folks will think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is no better than tho Mrs G P Ball Glondeane camo up common cough remedies until they try lust Friday to sco her mother Mrs it Then thoy w 111 know for themselves Susan Frank who is very 111 of typhoid that its tho best on earth For salo by Short Ilaynes Cloverport Dr R fever and not expected to recover II McMullin McDanielsjM Moyer Married at tho residenco oftho bridos Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino uncle Mr Horace Bland Sunday Nov A Taylor Rosctta Drury Bennett 10th Mr J B Frank to Miss Efllo L Co Bowleyvlllo Ky W E Brown Irv- Â¬ Pato Rov F F Weathorford officiating lngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfiold Tho happy pair loft on tho west bound Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky train Monday tho 20th for Glcudeano their future homo Tnto Meaning of Thanksgiving Ono of tho obvious but too often for Â¬ Hiss Jeromes Banners Each Leaflet or Banner consists of four gotten demands of tho Thanksgiving day panels beautifully decorated in colors and is nctivo churity It should be welcomed gold attached by ribbons of appropriate by everybody as an occasion to help colors combined with elegant extracts somo ono not so well conditioned as one- Â¬ Its from popular authors and enclosed in self This is Christianity in action of field may bo tho next house tho noxt decorated onvolopcs Fac slmilo streot wherever men and womon Buller artists original designs Tho selections of thought as well as tho There is at this tlmo in this city an un- Â¬ decorations for each banner is appropri- Â¬ usual call for tho offices of sweet charity Tho closo of tho day should find tho re- Â¬ ate to thotltlegivon Tho Joy Banner is a wealth of nasturtiums artistically sources of our organized benevolent asÂ¬ woven In and out through tho design sociations very materially Increased The Every Day Banner contains Tho act of worship will boincompleto tin thoughts for every day brightened by the less ones loaf is shared and anothers favorito bacbolors button in delicate bunion lightoned Theso aro tho plain tints ThoJtest Banner is rich in aud sluiplo maxims tho religion of tho coloring having the sweet pea in Its Thanksgiving season Thoy who do not many tints beautifully sustaining the keep them will miss tho truo meaning of What will tho Violets bo words tho day Philadelphia Public Lcdgor text by Dr Gannett Is decorated most appro Â¬ priately with clustors o violets finely groupod Tho mechanical work Is beau- Â¬ tifully executed and tho Banners must bo seen to bo fully appreciated DONT think of buy- Â¬ The price of each Bannor is CO cents ing sjlvorware bo Sold separately if desired or 2 for tho fore visiting our entire set Each Banner when hung store is about 21 inches long by 7 wldo Lee and Sheimed vur present prioes no Publishers Boston represent Crows Mr aud Mrs Horace Bland and llttlo son spont a few days in Louisvillo lost week Miss Anna Coomes Kirk spent Sun Â¬ day night with her cousin Miss Clara J Neir and family Sunday afternoon F 51 Osbomo and It B Lcgrand spent Sunday with their families here Misses Ermine and Ellen Munford wero guests of Miss Clara Adklsson Friday Miss Kate Thompson who has been visiting In louisvillo returned Friday evening Miss Hattlo Houser of Washington D O is visiting Mrs Zach Stlth near Big Spring Gus W Richardson of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with his family near hero Mrs A A Baxter and llttlo daughter Elsio were tho guests of Mrs Kato Chllds Sunday afternoon Llttlo Emma NelT who has been dan goroii9ly ill Is now on tho road to recov- Â¬ ery wo aro glad to announce Misses Clara Adklsson and Bettlo Cain and Messrs Geo Lyddan and Hugh Hardaway attended tho lecture nt Ir-Â¬ vlngton Saturday Tho services and Patlesons memorial church wero well attended Sunday Everybody seemed to enjoy Bro Over streets able sermons Damo Rumor says shu was not too pre Â¬ matura in announcing thoso other two weddings hut that thoy havo only been declared oil for a time Mrs N Bowloy and little son of Bran Â¬ denburg who havo been visiting her father WJ Stlth of tho Bowleyvlllo neighborhood returned homo Sunday Messrs J G Anderson R J Pattc Bon Geo II Anderson W Baskett Zach Stlth Chas Andorson and Albert Thompson wero in taulsvillo last week on business Clydo Shumate mado a Hying trip homo Friday returning to Falls of Rough Saturday morning Whats up Clydo Theso Hyiug trips usually savor of some thing of an urgent nature Frank Osbomo is tho happiest proud est father in Meado county Ho thinks the little stranger Louise Aylesworth by name is n wee sweet daughter of whom auy man might bo proud Geo Baker tho now railroad agent nt Irvlngton and Prof Dowcll of tho samo town attended services at tho Patteson Memorial church hero Sunday night Como again boys wo aro always glad to welcome visitors into our midst Miss Roso Morris mado a Hying trip to louisvillo Thursday ovonlng return Ing Friday morning Sho went to bo presont at tho baptism of her only broth- Â¬ er which took place Thursday at 9 oclock p in at tho 22nd and Walnut street Baptist church Ufhvitations havo been issued announc Â¬ ing tho marriage of Miss Kato Thompson and Worland Carter Tho wedding ceremony will bo solemnized Wednesday Nov 2Sth at 11 a in at Mt Srcrlno Catholic church Tho contracting part Â¬ ies aro so well known that It is useless to add any comments After tho cere- Â¬ mony at tho church a reception will bo given at tho beautiful homo of tho bridos father Albert J Thompson our genial postmaster Try Some of the Other Savory Spiees And Culinary fixing that Sulzers mako a specialty of hM Sulzers Thanksgiving Bill of Fare Is enough to make an Epicure feel that Life is worth being Thankful for If you are needing anything in the way of an Overcoat Overshoes 1 Underwear Overshirts Furnishing Of any kind Goods BUEL The best in the market HATS OR CAPS In any style we can please you with a nice new line We also have a beautiful line of Ladies and Misses Shoes in Square Toe and Tip from 150 up We will take pleasure the Latest Novelties when see us in showing you ever you come to 1 Very Respectfully B P BEARD a CO HARDINSBURO KY Dont Tobacco JAMES B PACE Stemmer and buyer of Jr Spit And Smoke Both Red AND Your Life Away BurleyTobacco Pierces Factory JNO P BEVERLY Clamper Manager Ky Store and Poit offioe Bobbed at McQuady beuDt8fLittlePtwHy McQuady Nov 20 Quite an excite Â¬ ment prevailed In our usually quiet little town last Saturday morning when it was discovered that the Post office dry goods and groeery stores all conducted by Bland Lyons had been broken open and despoiled of mueh of their contents All letters were torn open quite a num- Â¬ ber of stamps and several dollars in copÂ¬ pers were taken from the Post ofliee and seventy five or a hundred dollars worth of goods from the stores No trace of the thief has yet bees found Worlds Pair Tests aU Wants Tk Whele If Mrs J vxtgrmt i adfpowrm ure she conferred on this institution by sending the nlee savunage she would end the bnkaoe of the hog tfawesvllU a Robb knew half the j4s- - Xf more the value of the goods than tho prioe of bar silver JJover have we shown suoh an assortment of fine platod ware The display brist- Â¬ les with bargains rpnere is wisdom in buying this class of goods from a reliable dealer Our reputation recom- Â¬ mends us F N DHUY Â¬ f Take No-to-Bac Guaranteed Tobacco rTABLERSnil BUCK EYE 11101 P Habit Cure FOR 8ALE BY OINTMENT iqqBES NOTHING DUTPItKj A SUNK and CERTAIN OURR knswnfer IS years aa the BEST REMEDY for PILES I KINOHELOE BOARD I HU MY AXI BKVCHHkTa OLOVKRPORT KY Druggists Hurdinsburg Ky WANTED 500000 hJSS MY - ITMMiMMaMriMTiii i MjgsaaaaMWj yjag1iw ywii - ww iiw w wmSSSSS wy wHWm r wwiii ii i iiiii rwwwigwjipB anagpwifwpBiiWgwgB 6 THE BREOKENRIDQE NEWS OLOYBRPORT KY YELLOW LAKE 8feS8i3S The United States Official Investigation of Baking Powders Made under authority of Congress by the Chief Chemist of the Department of Agri- Â¬ culture Washing- Â¬ ton D C shows the to be a cream of tartar baking pow- Â¬ der of the highest quality superior to all others in strength leavening power and general usefulness is Â¬ hJ YAL Powder The Royal Baking Powder thus distinguished by the highest expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world Royal Baking Powder makes the finest sweetest lightest and most whole- some food It goes further in use and is more economical than any other Breckenridge mimrmvmt ROVAL RAKINn POWDFR CO 108 WALL ST NEW YORK News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1894 SIROCCO Makes a A Graceful Apology to Ho Those Whom Has UnintenSave One Â¬ tionally Wounded and Except And Bids Adieu to the Readers of the News HIS PARTING SHOT AT PEDAGOG y r The Bst Salve in the world for Cuts Scrofula is ono of the most fatal among Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever the scourges which aflilct mankind Sores TetterChapped llandsChllblains Chronic sores cancerous humors emaci- Â¬ Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos Â¬ ation and consumption are tho result of itively cures Piles or no pay required scrofula Ayers Sareaparllla eradicates It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ tills poison and restores to tho blood faction or money refunded Price 25 or sale by A It Fisher cents per box the elements of life and health To Aid Employes The Secret Ballot Mr V L Douglas tho great shoo Anathemas and maranathas are going man of Brocton Maw works a number up against the secret ballot system of of men In his great factory at Montello voting all over the state Even the Ho has a personal interest in their well oven tempered Smith of the Mt Vernon doing and wants to aid them in every Eagle who is as mild n mannered man way he can He lias recently inaugur- Â¬ as ever cut a throat or scuttled a ship is ated a plan by which every one of his moved to remark Under tho secret bal Â¬ employes can have medical attention Il 0 hit Unlls a little Mind lot system tho sneak has a chance to get freo of cost This is commendable in And to hi rturci f ysrjr klgdil Hoping that the goldpkted watch In his work and then snicker in his Mr Douglas and will no doubt he ap Â¬ Mr Douglas which he so delights to keep before the sleeve about hpw ho is fooling all honest preciated by his men eyes of the people while lie rpbs and men who vote as they please and dont name and face is as familiar to the read Give us hack the era of the Nawa as If he lived among ua rubs and rubs it with his little ehatuok care who knows it open ballot where a man shows his co- Â¬ and they will appreciate thU act of kind Â¬ Of Prlee Cmmm fekkiag Powder lon and we will have braver truer men ness to the men who make the 3 shoe nine times out of ten Interior Journal to many of them wear WwWt fair WghMt Awtftf yEErsarg-T- When Prince Hal mado Percy food for worms FulstufT counterfeited death nnd when the flght was over and the victor soliloquizing gone Falstaff thus Zounds I am afraid of this gunpowder Percy though ho bo dead Therefore Ill make him sure yea and Ill swear I killed him Nothing confutes mo but stabs the eyes and nobody sees me dead body in the thigh shouldeted it and cast it at the feet of tiie victor There is Percy if your father will do meany honor so if not let him kill the next Percy himself I look to be either earl or duke I can assure you The Prince turned away Falstaff fol ing Ill follow as they say for roward He that rewards me God reward him Sirocco has been a terror to some of the Populist in this county and tis thought by a good many Democrats that some of them offered Pedagog a reward for Siroccos scalp I have no concessions whatever to make to Peda Â¬ gog The fact that he failed to carry his own precinct Paynesville is sufficient of itself for an intelligent class of people to decide as to what class of gentlemen he belongs He entered the columns of the News under false colors and bearing the insignia of a champion mud slinger He planted a dab of mud up by the side of Judge Murrays mouth Sirocco knocked it oil lie then made a pass at Sirocco and Sirocco harpooned him Now ho nnd his henchmen nro crying Foul Oh kick him out kick him out If somo people could only see God themselves as others seo them I was born in a country where every tub I inherited stands on its owu bottom courage stability a disposition to stand by my colors even as the boy stood on the burnlug deck whence all but him My life is an open book for had lied No hidden mysteries anybody to read about it nor underground passages to it Pedagog says that in the election in Meado county there has been whisky enough used to float a steamboat Good Lord and only 10S0 Novitts total men drunk while 32 Arnolds total never got a drop There is a screw looso somewhere it must bo in Pedagogs head The readers can readi Â¬ ly see that his is a rulo that wont work both ways Wo uaturally suppose from his last harum scarum outburst that ho himself has been imbibing too freely from the flowing bowl in order to drown his sorrow The general tendency of his letter shows conclusively to the cjear minted readers that when he Indited his last letter ho was suffering from the eflcctsof a severe headache Wo pro sumo that if hoover revives sufficiently to offer for ofllco again ho will come out under the banner of prohibition The flow of blllings sato that ho resurrected and charged to Sirocco after having man- Â¬ ufactured it himself and thrown It at the head of the Democratic party our dear old step daddy Cleveland shows him to be bordering on delirium tremens Hob lie no memory at all or la ho pro sliming on the credulity oi the readers No rational man would havo touched on tho subject the way ho did in his lost effort The readers will please join with Sirocco in the language of tho poet Â¬ Â¬ The Story of Her Jlind skin wallet to keep the glimmer on it will act as a panacea to soothe to rest his There were littlo red streaks In her lacerated feelings Poor fellow he is face aud a blaze in her eye as she came only into a country telegraph office not 1000 A apor cdding In the whirl of time miles from Detroit And toon to vanish etcrlastlngljr I want to telegraph to my husband if a Third party over Iit us hope that she said with a snap of her large and enters a political field again they will shapely jaws have discretion enough to not select Yes madam responded the operator monstrosities for officers handing her some blanks most heartily npologize to the people I she inquired How much will it be who unfoituuatcly inhabiting that por- Â¬ I dont know madam replied the of Gods green earth known as tion operator with keen politeness and a Louse Corner for any affront my pen faint smile may havo given while making my on Dont know she exclaimed What slaught at Pedagog and Nomad which are you hero for is one and the same person and assure To tell peoplo what I know madam them that the shaft of satire sent into and to send and receive messages settlement from my pungent pen that Well why dont you know how much was not sprung with any desire whatever a telegram will cost of wounding other than the one nboe Because madam I dont know where mentioned There were others in tho it is to be sent field that I was forced to fight in and un- Â¬ Well you needt be so smart she fortunately received wounds that I snapped It is to go to Detroit would they had not suffered for I know Thank you madam it will bo 25 that some good people inhabit that cents neighborhood and they tell me that they She made no fuither rrniarksbut took were glad that I shot Pedagog up the the blanks and in the course of time way I did that he dt served it that they returned with abou ten pages of closely were willing to be sprinkled a little written matter themselves in order Hint lie got his jut alio said laying a quarter There deserts down with the message Rend that I also w iuli to say that my sarcastic But madam explained tho operator pen did not intentionally include all Pop- Â¬ it is 25 cents for ten words ulist in Meade county Some good hon- t on i BUG VJUIUIUIGU II IlUk orable men have drifted into the PopuYou can only send ten words for 25 list fold Shakespeare says cents There I a tide In the affairs of men She looked him cquare in tho face as Which taken at the llood kadi on to lor tune she tried to suppress her feelings Can it be possible that Shakespeare Are you a married man she asked had this Republican llood In view when Yes madam he gave vent to that expression Well you must bo an idiot if you The Populists have been basking in a dont know that a woman cant glvo her seuii cupium state The Republican husband a piece of her mind in ten llood we hope lias washed them on to wors and witlrtmt waiting to hear fortune anything more from him sho flouted The next day after my last article came herself out of tho office taking her mes Â¬ out in the Nis I was confronted by a sage with her Detroit Freo Press Populiht who seemed to bo laboring un- Â¬ E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of der considerable excitement as though the whole volley from my gatling gun Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino had been aimed at him He said that I Tar Honey cured his children of whoop-Â¬ had lost many friends by writing those ing cough when all tilings else failed I replied last two articles I have Its a new remedy for all coughs For been writing for tlio News two years tho sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr Stli day of tiiis month November I R II McMullin McDanielsj M Meyer Co Buras Geo Ileyser Constan Â¬ started not out to seek the bubble repI had a good many friends tino A Taylor Rosctta Drury Bennett utation Co Bewleyvilie Ky W E Brown when I began writing I have gained friends since I began writing If I havo Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield lost some friends during the lute un- Â¬ Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky pleasantness I presume I am as well off Teachers Association in regard to friendship as I was at the Tho Breckenridgo County Teachers start to say nothing of tho fun Ive had which was tho height of my ambi Â¬ Association Magibtt rial District No 4 I have doubtless been too reckless will meet at Bewleyvilie Saturday Dec tion of late but tho fact is I had gotten tired 1st 1891 at 030 a m II Ada Drury of writing and had intended to throw up Addrett of Welcome Mitt Maude Smith the sponge the 8th of the month had I Hcipomc Spelling How teach diacritlci UK Whalen not gotten into the racket with Pedagog Heading Why cultivate Staut Garner but peace to his ashes I will say to How I teach Number In 1rlmary tradet Milt Maggie Ilelle Iaul him as Undo Toby of Tristram Shandy George Hook Writing memory said to tiie lly after taking it Corporal Ittute to pupllt Iunlthment J It Dowell Go littlo Kttay out of his cup of coffee Miitjulia Coomct wretch there is room enough in this How to treat with the 1rlmary tirade Mlts Eddie Scott world for both ou and me In the teach With many thanks to ye editors staff Why Iubllc civil Government Mils Daisy Mercer School I and reader of tho News for your kind Why grade our School i Mill Illanche Ilaiham indulgence during the last two years How to Conquer Undlulplincd Mm Ilcltlc Taylor Students and wishing many happy returns of tho year to my brother and sitter correspond- How to secure good attendance Superintendent County ents as well as tho Messengers corre- Why ohetrve Holiday I lly Aisoclatlcn spondents who have ever now and then Miscellaneous anJ Adjournment Andrew Drlikell Irci had a kind word for Sirocco I lower II Ada Drury Vlce Ires Dlit No 4 my lance doff my plumed hat and bid you all adieu Respectfully Bucklens Arnica Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nuii 4 sii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Siuocco Salve Mrs F K Ithodes is very sick with chills and fevers Mr Frank Rhodes nnd wife visited nt Mr J R Rhodes last Sunday Mrs W T Cannon after a lingering illness s now rapidly Improving Mr Cliff Mattingly is having lumber sawed to build a new residence wife and daughter Mr Fred Fra viMb d at Mr Dan Hicks hist Sunday Services at St Anthony V Long Lick every fourth Sunday by Itev Fr Gabe Mr Ben Miller of Jollys Station was the guest of Miss Becky Wilson last Sun day Another new case of typhoid fever in our midst The victim Mrs Bob Spen- Â¬ cer Mbs Kate Glasscock and a party of friends visited tho Sand Kuob last Sun- Â¬ day Mr Wm Snydtr and wife of Webster Mr French nnd family of Sample visit- Â¬ ed at Mr John Comptons last week Tho members of St Anthonys congre- Â¬ gation aro improving tho looks of their liko neat little church by putting n nice new roof on it A delightful little dance was given last Friday afternoon at the hospitable home of Misses Margaret and Roslo Hnffey SPECIAL OFFER Long Licks On Nov 18 Miss Melvlna Langloy and A r Henry Lesley were quietly married at tho homo of the bride Itev Gallo- Â¬ The success of the Electropoiso in cur- Â¬ way officiating ing disease of almost every form and Miss Margaret Rhodes did not take tho many patients apparently beyond recov- Â¬ pleasant visit to Irvington as reported ery has caused a wide and growing de Â¬ but remained at homo enduring the bit- Â¬ mand for the little doctor Tumors ter thoughts It might havo been abscesses scrofula cancer paralysis The friends of Mr Robert Rhodes re- Â¬ chronic and acute rheumatism and neu- Â¬ joice to learn that he is getting along ralgia many cases of female troubles nicely in Jeffersonville doing a good some cases of total and partial blindness and deafness Bright disease kidney business and having a pleasant time faithful and and bladder ailments have been cured in Miss Lizzie McDamel our obliging little P M at McDaniels has such n short while as to border on the The treatment is simple so far recovered her health as to be able miraculous Write for terms of rental to again resume her duties in the office and effective and sale and special reasons why you Sheriff F K Rhodes thinks he will should get ono this month also letters enjoy home life on his farm now whilst from well known people testifying to its Mr Pate may perform the laborious and curative merit responsible duties of sheriff the next two years Editorial from Central Methodist Cat Misses Mary Lena and Mr Jim Mat Â¬ lcttsburg Ky Rev Z Meek Editor tingly of St Anthonys and Mr Lafo Unless ten thousand men mainly pro- Â¬ Cannon of Planters Hall were the fessional men lawyers doctors editors guests of Misses Julia and Lulia Rhodes preachers and nil classes including tho the Second Sunday writer yery much mistaken tho Electro Mr Fted Fraize spent several days in poise effects cures gives relief where all Henderson last week visiting relatives other remedies have failed especially is and prospecting for a future location it efficacious in delicate feeble women We regret very mucli that wo are soon Rev Geo II Means Covington Ky to lose Mr Fraize nnd family from our In one nights time the EJectropoise Kind and good neighbors are releived me of brain congestion and ver- Â¬ midst always appreciated and such as they are tigo My wife was relieved of a severe hard to llnd attack of neuralgia in one hour One day last week a courageous Hawk Rev John I RogeiB Danville Ky Hew down in the yard of Mr Charlie A kinswoman of mine who was appar Â¬ Littlo George ently rapidly sinking into the grave suf-Â¬ Pearl after a chicken Downs jumped on him with both feet fering w ith sciatic rheumatism and in ex- Â¬ whilst Sirs Pearl grabbed a stick hol- treme pain day and night in a very short lowing Hold him George while I pound timo obtained freedom from till pain Tho result wns an exultant boy walks without crutch or cane and de- Â¬ him a delighted women nnd a dead bird clares that she is well It is a mystery So delighted are our Republican friends to me almost a miracle in this vicinity over their late victory Rev W F Wyatt Morning View Ky They say Democracy is dead it never I began to improve from the first ap- Â¬ will resurrect that henceforward we plication of tho wonder working gem will havo to vote for Republicans or Pop- Â¬ my general health is better than it has ulists Oh tho ideal That grand old been in years I believe it to bo a God party forever dead Who could believe given remedy it Right can never die it will yet pre- Â¬ vail Brave men may die Right lias Address DuBois Webb 509 Fourth no di ath Truth never shall pasj away Avenue Louisvlle Ky baffled and tossed about by Sho may bo tySend for circulars free tho cruel and treacherous enemy yet she will remain whole bearing her proud Advertising- - Pickups head aloft and carrying in her hand the Tho hasty advertiser liko the hasty lily branches of truth honesty and pur-Â¬ fisherman is apt to cast his lines in bar- Â¬ ity Wo will meekly own wo are defeated ren waters Putting out effective advertising with- Â¬ but can still live on ready to battle for right again Wo will mlwajsjiold our out being ble to back up your claims defeated candidates in our highest es- Â¬ behind the counter is something like teem believing them to be upright and attaching a temptingbait to a bent pin honorable and that the charges brought on a rotten line The man who stops advertising be Â¬ against them to causo their defeat were cause business is dull is a good deal liko false He looses naught who conscience a stranded lobster that ceases action because tho tide has gone out The keeps We lost I but een deleat shores of tho financial seas aro strewn Hath triumphs of her own with human lobsters waiting for the bil- Â¬ Wrongs pxan hath no note so sweet lows of good times to set them afloat As trampled Illghts proud moan The man who pulled up his young And so tay what you will peach trees because thoy wouldnt bear In the heart of Gods own laws fruit at a year old is close kin to the fol- Â¬ I have afalth and my heart bclletct still In the triumph of our cause low who drops his ad after the first Weeks have glided into months since insertion because it doesnt make him my pen has essayed to trace a word for rich tho dear News Not for want of appre- Â¬ If you wanted a barrel of rain water ciation have I been silent but for lack would you set your barrel in an open lot of time and knowledge I scarcely re- Â¬ or would you put it under the spout of a alize that since my last effort to your leader worthy paper wevo passed out of the In building a business would you lo- Â¬ balmy Summer into the golden Autumn cate in a street and take tho customers and now we are standing on the thres- Â¬ as they happened along your way or hold of grim Winter Already our hum Â¬ would you through the aid of advertis- Â¬ ble hills have bo n clad In snowy beauty ing turn streams of buyers from other and tho piercing North winds havo hid- Â¬ streets into your store den us seek refuge by tho friendly fire- Â¬ side Oh I tho remorseless wintry winds Henry Wilson the postmaster at how ruthless they are in thoir passage Welshton Florida says he cured a case tearing the beautiful leaves from the of diarrhoea of long standing in six hours arms of the parent trees depositing with one small bottle of Chamberlains them in their Wintry tomb Mute types Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy of mans own doom What a pleasant surprise that must havo been to the sufferer Such cures are not A Household Treasure unusual with this remedy In many in Â¬ D W Fuller of Canajoharie N Y stances only ono or two doses aro required says that ho always keeps Dr Kings to give permanent relief It can always New Discovery in the house and his be deponded upon When reduced with family has always found the very best water it is pleasant to take For sale by results folio vita use that lie would not A R FlBher Cloverport and Kincheloe G A bo without it if procurable Board Hardinsburg Ky Dykeman Druggist Catskill N Y says that Dr Kings New Discovery Is un- Â¬ Broke His Leg doubtedly tho best Cough Remedy that ho has used it in his family for eight Prof Geo Weedman superintendent years and it has never failed to do all of the Cannelton Schools ell in front of that is claimed for it Why not try a Stelnsberger Kolsers remedy so long tried and tested morning and broke his leg near the Trial bottle freo at A It Fishers drug foot He slipped on the tee on a stone store Regular size 50c and 100 crossing He waa carried home where He la physicians dressed his wound Qlad You Didnt Drink It Ky Nov 10 1S04 Editob resting well and will be out on crutches Guston Cannelton Telephone BmscKgNHirxiE Nkwb The report in your in a week or so last issue from this place stating I had drank a half pint of aqua ammonia was DOUBT WOMEN a mistake Please correct it la your Ropectfully Yours t next paper PENNYROYAL WATERS J II Amma Â¬ How to Win Trade Youve got to push yourself out at times to win trade said a clerk to a Dry Goods Reporter scribe Whats the use of saying that if youvo tho goods I know belter theyll sell themselves Give mo my pick of tho clerks along tho street with ordinary goods and ordinary prices Ill agree to put a new store in shoes clothing or g oceries on its feet in any city In n years titno The cletks I should select nro peoplo who have learned to forget their own likes and dis Â¬ likes nnd rater to the whims of eopto who buy and make those whims valuable for their employes A disagreeable salesman who feels It his duty to consult his own preference nnd put forward his own personality nt all times is a bad man inn store He will not only lose sales ho will drivo trade out of tho store never to return Tho clerk who succeeds neednt bow down to a customer and sacrifice his owu self respect hut he cant lord It over them and insist on doing their buying for them and he cant pick and choose customers and deal pleasantly with this one nnd be sharp and crabbed with one ho doesnt THIS WATCH GOES t FREE with every Clothing purchase of 12 or over at THE MAMMOTH Its a nickel plated etem wind and steri a- set guaranteed correct timo kecper and has a durable chain Its the BEST watch ever given away and the best Peoplo who have tried ADVERTISER wevo over used THE MAMMOTH know that we sell tho BEST GOODS to be had anywhere for the price and thats why WE RARELY LOSE an old customer and are gaining now Here are a fnw sample items of good ones all tho time thing8now on tap Theyro all bargains and wevo hundreds mora just like em 1 n ELEGTROPOISE 3 5 Childrens 4 to 15 years old heavy dark Scotch Ulster Overcoats cut very full and extra length wide collar and side pockets for3 Childrens 4 to 15 years old lino All wool Cheviots and Scotch Cassimero Suits double breasted ten different patterns for 5 Mens extra heavy Oxford and Brown mixed Melton Overcoats cut long strongly made for 0 Mens Good Black Cheviot Sack Suits well mado and trimmed stylish long cuts for 7 Boys 13 to 19 years old flne heavy long cut All wool Kersey Overcoats velvet collars and silk sleevo linings for 8 6 7 8 10 Boys 13 to 19 years old double breasted All wool Black Cheviot and fine Scotch Mixture Suits elegantly made and trimmed for 10 10 12 Mens Excellent Clay Worsted Suits sacks and frocks extra long cuts tailored and trim- med in first class style for 10 Mens fine heavy rough finished Blue and Black Camels hair Overcoats shoulders and sleeves silk lined skirts lined with One flannel for 12 Send n MAIL ORDER WE PAY EXPRESS to any point in Kentucky or Indiana on mail orders to the amount Money refunded always if goods fail to of 5 or more please Write for cur Fall and Winter Catalogue contain Â¬ ing ful directions for self measurement etc and also how to have goods sent C O D subject to examination -- K Â¬ MAMMOTH SHOE and CLOTHING- CO - KLEINIIANS SIMONSON I 424 to 431 Wobt Market LOUISVILLE t x 1 NEW BETHEL There is n great revival of religion in at New Bethel Backsliders are reclaimed sinners brought to see their lost and ruined condition and quito a number have requested christians to pray for them Somo have professed faith in tiie Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Como one come all and join in the good work There are good crowds in attendance The services are con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Duggins onoof the most eloquent and powerful preachers we have in the ministry There has not been such an awakening of religion in this church as in progress now There are vast crowds in attendance and we have tho finest weather for tho meetings at this time of the year we have seen for many years Surely tho good Lord Is with us here and may ho ever be near and guard guide direct and lead us in the way he would have us go whilo on earth and when done with tho troubles and triah hero below may wo allreceivo a crown of glory at the Saviours right hand is my prayer There are a great many visitors in this neighborhood since tho meeting began Rev Sneed was with us at New Bethel on last Sunday night and gave us quite an able prayer He is a good christian man and works hard for tho Masters Notwithstanding tho coldness he cause has received on account of his being a good Methodist he is crowned with honor and glory progress 1 barber-shopSun-da- y IN He has used t in Ids family for several years with tho s beat results and always keeps a bottle of it in tho house After having la grippe he was himself troubled with a severe cough Iio used other remedies without benefit and then concluded to try the childrens medicine and to his delight it sooneflecte 1 a permanent cure 25 and 60 cent bottles for sale by A R Fisher Memorials Death has again entered the already Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe BoardW jt3- stricken family of Mrs Fannie Morris Hardinsburg Ky and tore from her fond embrace her kind DetsetivM Vaarlarl 7Tr and toying companion for he was a kind loving and affectionate husband indeed SuperintendeU Chas Alnge of and was so much devoted to his dear National TWiU Llva sUinuil TnTliatiorHa- - J wife He told his sister Liatie that he Ind announces thattwo or three cap had one of the beet women on earth for ble and trustworthy men are needed In this oouaty to act as private utcUr a wife Experience la uRderJik Instructions The subject of our remarks joined the the work is not necessary to sueoesa lie edltaalftrffe criminal paper and will M E church at the age of seventeen but ike a great many others he neglect send It With full particulars whleli willexplain how you nay enter the profrtd his dwty and in oonsequetwe of that fw 07 iniunrBnuf uiium Jnauuispoilfl be atraywl from the ehareli but after Ind t Â¬ The eagle the king of all birds Is no- Â¬ ted for its keen Bight clear and distinct So aro those persons who use vision Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes Btyes sore eyes of any kindorgran ulated lids Sold by all dealers For Haynes Cloverport sale by Short M Di R H McMullin McDanielsj Meyer Co Buras Geo Ileyser Con- Â¬ A Taylor Rosetta Drury stantino Co Bewleyvilie Ky W E Bennett Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky months of suffering with that dread disease consumption he was brought to see his lost condition ami was once more pardoned and kindly received into his loving Saviours embrace For several days before his death he expressed a willingness to die and now has gone to meet his blessed Jesus and to join his two dear wives and one sweet little babe who has gone before and was watching and waiting for him He was so willing to go lie said on the morning before his death I believe my blessed Lord will come for me this very day and at 5 oclock his soul wiuged its flight to a kind and merciful Redeemer forever and forever He leaves a Ioiug wife ono kind brother two dear sisters and many friends to mourn his untimely loss but dear wife brother sisters and friends look up and do not mourn as those who have no hope for he is now a bright shining light around the Saviours throne Although he cannot tome to you if you only live right you can go to him and join in songs of everlasting praises to a defir Redeemer who sits on tho right hand of God making intercessions for us Mr Robert E Morris of whom we have been speaking was born in Breck Â¬ enridge county in the year 1850 and died Nov 3rd 1894 age 44 years and eleven months He will be greatly missed at home around the family circle and in the community in which lie lived Funeral services conducted by Rev Wm Sneed of the M E church of Har Â¬ dinsburg Text 1Q chap 24 25 20 verse of the book pf Job W A McGuire a well known citizeu of McKay Ohio is of the opinion that there is nothing as good for children troubled with colds or croup as Chamber Â¬ x lains Cough Remedy -- Weii J H - -- a