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J 44 4aM -- - I na nl im it w THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX A HAl JI t CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 1894 SOUND supplies human wants and whenover for any cause it falls to supply theso wants it falls to havo valuo notwith- Â¬ standing the stamp Tho old continental money hearing tho fiat of tho soverlgn state of Massachu8ettsfailcd to havo valuo becauso it failed to supply tho wants of tho people So my friend will certainly not contend that n piece of worthless paper bearing tho flat of tho government will havo valuo when for any cause whatever it will not supply tho wanU of tho peo- Â¬ ple Wo all saw how tho greenbacks after tho lato war began to lose their value because thoy wero falling to supply tho wants of tho people and there is no doubt in my mind that they would havo lost all valuo had not tho government camoto their rescue and given them by placing its sovereign valuo How Nay verily thoy stamp upon them had the flat of tho government but by redeeming them in something that would supply human wants My friend can certainly seo then from theso statements that the flat of tho gov Â¬ ernment confers valuo on an article only when it supplies a human want and that whenever the article fails to supply a human want or can not bo exchanged for something which will supply a human want loses its valuo notwithstand Â¬ ing the stamp of the govcrnmout J II Gold coins and silver coins A says stamped us monoy and paid out into cir- Â¬ culation carry no promise of tho govern Â¬ ment with them for their redemption Suppose we put Let us seo why not about ono hundred conts worth of gold in a gold dollar or tho same of silver in a Let us now make three supposidolar tions with reference to this money Supposo tho government issuing this coin should loso its sovereignty and thereby render its fiat worthless would the holders of this coin loso all not at all for the gold or silver in tho coins would bring them something in the markets of tho world as a commodity Had tho holders of confederate bills at the closo of tho lato war held gold stamped by tho Southern Confederacy Instead of theso bills they would not havo lost so heavily for tho gold would have brought them something in the markets of tho world Suppose the amount of money issued in gold and silver is far in excess of tho demand for money tuat there is so much that tho people cannot begin to use it all what then will happen Your gold and silver coin could not decline as a monoy much below gold and silver as commodities for if tho holders of gold could not get for their cold as coin what they could as a com modity it would bo given in exchange as a commodity and not as monoy If tho gold In each dollar wero exchanging for 08 cents or 00 cents then the dollar used as money could not tall much below theso Â¬ Â¬ NO 20 Silver Dick ed for several hours Bland Governor Waite Congrceman Bryan Miss Phoebq Couzins and a num Â¬ ber of free silver men and Populists took r r part in tho discussion When the star That Is What tho Loading Frco ended yesterday chamber proceeding Monoy Is What Prof Shacklett afternoon cverbody Wants As a Circulating Silveritos Who Mot at St connected with it in any way refusad to talk about it at any longth unless his Medium Louis Last Woek Tried name was kept out of print Most of thoso who attended the conference kept To Formulate out of sight after it was over A Monoy Which Will Supply tho Gehoral Weaver packed his grip and Human Wants Whether It Has Silver Dick Bland Will Be Warmed slid out of town without saying a word for publication that would reveal any Tho Fiat of the GovernUp Run Through the Incubator great knowledgo of tho details of tho ment or Not This conference He talked this way Coated With Silvor conference will result in tho issuance of a declaration of- - principles and there will be an urgent appeal to all freo silver Ho Calls J H A Down to Business And Brought Fourth as tho Shining men to stand together 4 And Wants a Bill of Particulars I am not ready to say for publication Light to Rock tho Silver Cradle that this conference will bring about tho formation of a now political party As In the Whitehouso to that the future alone can tell What Generalities Dont Go Especially wo want is the restoration of silver Now can we gather strength enough in With tho Gold Bugs WHAT THE LEADING SILVER MEN SAY tho Republican party to have it tako up our causo I think not Can we gather enough strength in tho Democratic NOW WE BEGIN TO LEARN SOMETHING It la now entirely within tho rango of party to havo It tako up our causo Ah probability that a new national political there is tho rub If the Democratic party party will bo organized in tho near future does not tako up our causo that party to bo known as tho Free Silver party will bo split asunder as certain as the Mn Editok My friend J II A pro Â¬ This new organization is now only in the sun rises in the east The Western tends that he can not understand my y embryonic state but the conference of States will desert the Democratic party proposition yet he is so full of talk that n leading ail verities at tho Southern Hotel But I bcliovo there aro a sufficiently ho goes on to mako a number of state- Â¬ has started the Ores under tho incubator lnrgoinumbor mrco silver men in tho ments which I suppose he calls argu- Â¬ and it is expected that tho new party Democratic Republican and Populist ments without n scintilla of evidenco to will havo been hatched and christened ranks to carry their point if they once prove their truth It seems to me that unite andjorm an organization with that before wo enter upon a discussion it within CO or 00 days Moreover the enthusiasts who are end in view would be i oil to agreo upon somo ono now keeping the fires burning under the two or throe points on which we differ Silver Dick Bland who by the way political incubator that is to hatch this and then wo can intelligently arrive at a new party are already looking around has kept himself in hiding tho most of conclusion But if wo go on in a ram- Â¬ for a man who will furnish the infant the time since he came to town a few bling and incoherent way with nothing with Presidential swaddling clothes days ago could not bo found yesterday in particular and everything in general And it is whispered that Silver Dick afternoon or last night He did not reg- Â¬ before us we can never hope to arrive at Bland who was recently defeated for ister at any of the downtown hotels and a conclusion and we both would claim Congress in the Eigljt Missouri District none of the Populists or tho freo silver the victory and no one would be con- Â¬ by the country doctor is looked upon men who were associated with him in vinced with favor as the best man to array tho the conference would reveal his where- Â¬ If my friend J II A is honest in infant in fine linens and rock it in a sil- Â¬ abouts his purposes and really desires that the ver cradle in tho Whito House J L Johnson of Virginia the treas- Â¬ truth come out he will agreo to somo Will Silver Dick allow his namo to urer of the Bimetallic League who was point of difference and then discuss it be Used as a candidate of the new Freo We ought to find the points on which of the Committee on Silver party But that is another story also a member Resolutions of the Transmississippi we disagree and discuss these and not take up time and spaco in discussing There is no doubt that secret plans are Commercial Congress was found in the corridor of the Southern last night points on which there is no disagre- Â¬ now being formulated by tho tree silver ement men of tho West to organizo a new polit- When asked to say something about the My friend says that all money is flat objects of the free silver conference and ical party and the most active men en and that any article with tho govern- Â¬ gaged in tho work at present are the the organization of a new party he as ment stamp upon it has money value leaders of the Bimetallic League assisted sumed a rather mysterious air and said Now I desire him to affirm that any arti- Â¬ I am not ready to say that a third by a number of outsiders who are lead- Â¬ party is to bo formed The future will cle without valuo and without any con- Â¬ ing freo silver advocates determine that We have arrived at dition of redemption in anything of value The Executive Commltteeof theBinie one conclusion add that is there is no is when stamped by tho government as talllo League held several meetings in a legal tender good money and will do secret at the Southern Hotel on Tuesday middle ground in this free silver ques- Â¬ tion Free silver is an issuo and it is the money work in this government un- Â¬ and Wednesday but their work was con- Â¬ der all conditions Is J II A ready ducted in a dark and mysterious wayand going to remain an issue and must be fought out in this country This confer- Â¬ to affirm that the fiat of tho government the general public was not allowed toob is all that is necessary to make any arti Â¬ tain but a few small crumbs of informa ence was called for tho purpose of discussing the various plans proposed to cle good money regardless of its intrinsic tlonindorsed by the silver seal of authorIf so tho govern- Â¬ bring about united action among the or commercial valuo ity freo silver men Tho Bimetallic League ment by its sovereign flat can confer However men who wero present at valuo upon a worthless piece of paper these conferences and who are thorough- Â¬ is a nonpartisan organization and it will continue its campaign of education the for he says in a former article that Thus ly informed on every feature of the work Government may put its royal or sover Â¬ gave out the fact in a general way that a same as it lias carried on for some time by sending out printed matter from its eign stamp upon paper affixing its mon Â¬ movement is on foot to organize a free bureau in Washington Besides the ey value siher party If tho government by its stamp can The members of the Executive Com- Â¬ conferenco has concluded that it would confer value upon a worthless piece of mittee of the Bimetallic League who be wise to establish silver leagues or paper it can give ten billions of such met at tho Southern are General A J clubs over tho country and in that way pieces value and as it Is only tho work Warner of Ohio president of the league increase the free silver sentiment In this way tho free silver idea is to of a moment to stamp many millions of I L Johnson of Virginia treasurer this paper it would be n great and ho John M Devino of Nebraska secretary bo maintained as a living issue I do not believe that either one of the two neflclent act of our government to stamp and Judge 0 C Cole of Iowa Senator a few million for each man women and Feller of Colorado was represented by old political parties will adopt It in their national platforms ItJooks to mo as if child and distribute it among tho calam- Â¬ proxy ity howlers of this country and thus per Â¬ Among other leading free silver advo- Â¬ the gold bugs of both the Democratic and the Republican party aro coming mit them to pass their days in luxurious Silver cates who were present are J II A Freo silver men must fight ease and resplendent show Dick Bland Missouri Hon II E Tau together their own battlo If both old parties re- Â¬ desires to discuss the respective merits Â¬ beneck of Illinois chairman of the Nat of the Democratic and Peoples parties ional Committee pf the Third party fuse to placo a freo silver plank in their I should think that this would bo a platforms then I cant Bay what may Hon J W Dane Colorado Colonel A difficult matter for no man living or 0 Shlnn Kansas City Congressman W follow dead can tell what a political party be- Â¬ J Bryan Nebraska Governor Waite While saying that tho Bimetallic lieves or teaches Tho politicians will Colorado General J B Weaver Iowa League is a nonpartisan organization meet and declare in favor of Tariff for Hon J 0 Sibley Pennsylvania Judge Revenue Only and in favor of hi Henry 0 Miller Chicago 0 8 Collins thoenuio as any business organization Mr Johnson admitted that its members metalism and tho Congress elected by Little Rock Ark J T A Tiller and this party will give the country protect- Â¬ George D Prentiss Chicago Judge E could Join in organizing a new political party without any violation of the ion and a single gold standard D Stark Cleveland 0 A L Maxwell How then could we discuss the prin- Â¬ Flat Rock 111 John P Stollo and A II leagues rules A man who wa3 present at tho con- Â¬ ciples of such a party 111 G AV Wick Jones Mount Vernon It may bo that we could discuss tho line Nashville 111 J 0 Thompson ferenco said that after the country had been dotted with silver leagues and if principles of the Peoples party for there California the two old parties refused to recognize was not onough of that party left after Nov 6th to disagree among themselves All together there were about 40 men freo silver then the Freo Silver party Let us take some groat principle on St Louis Republic present at the conference held yesterday would bo organized which we disagree and discuss that morning A committee was appointed My friend holds that a thing has valuo For rheumatism I havo found nothing to prepare a declaration of principles and because it is stamped by the govern Â¬ to outline a plan of action to be pursued equal to Chamberlains Pain Balm It ment as a legal tender Nothing could in the organization of a free silver party relieves tho pain as soon as applied J bo farther from the truth But it Beoms that somebody couldnt ex W Young West Liberty W Va Tho Lot us seo what elves a thing valuo actly agree with some other person even prompt relief it affords is alone worth and what law governs the amount of that All many times the cost CO cents Its con Â¬ at this early stage of the game valuo agreed on fighting or freo silver at a tinued usefwlU effect n permanent cure First a thing has value because it sup- Â¬ 1 but all did not agree on A R Fisher Oloverport For salo by ratio of 10 to plies a human want or has power In ex Â¬ Board ilardins what was the best plan to make tho fight Ky and Klncheloo change Whatever falls to do this is Some wanted to make a bold declaration burg Ky without value for a new party at this minute and oth Tobacco at one timo in this country y-- era thought it best to postpone that pub SEDKWTAltr OALLimS was valuoless because men did not want bring at sometlmo or other Jlc declaration for some time rtvn tirnlil II vw fh rOru it but when they learned to use It In The committee which discussed tho ditlon U common to an in Â¬ coloring Bmoking chewing and the like door llfo then tbero follows matter was composed of General A J wiotlicr condition aweuila value was thon confered upon it Now Warner Silver Dick Bland Hon J 0 or lack of blood frequently it is ono of the great staples of this coun- Â¬ another worse erTec tbat Sibley Judge Miller Judge Cole Judge These Ssndl- - try and brings annually to the fanner of lypepl D Stark Colonel Shlnn and I L tjniu n flw lu tA njan M h ar vast sums Your UuT temper to lllte- Johnson Tomatoes In the momory of people V General Warner read the majority re vFsUi 1 q nswTt go fur now living were without value but acres f riead ort of the committee but both Judge ther therattoeMy If you buy a vUl of Doctor of these are now annually produced can Â¬ Cole and Judge Miller bad separate re riMMnt Pellet ned and sent to all parts of the country Hewes vsiiill flrul tluun a natural solutions whieh they desired to have in for consumption Why this because Mild but effectual Tbey have eorporated In the declaration of princi muti fireagftjonlng effect upon the lining mem Â¬ men have learned that these supply a AH were united for the free and brane of ttosiaeh and bowel beace their pw ttat blotting Tbey cure CoMMpattan or hence and have power in exchange and Mllmitd eolsage of silver at a ratio of dlgeeUon Jaundice SMottMieH and Siok to want have value Why are men not 18tol and he difference of opinion MkKM lfewUohes permanently beoauee now engaged in digging shipping and The rapett of arose ovarother matters Re beet medical testimony1 proves that marketing the roots of black jack trees the eomuUtee when rtubwlWsk tbthe these oum are beet Iwetail by mW method Simply because these do not supply a a dlsouasJo that last oottfWMM One stay ugeoetad rellet U a porreotor a regulator and a gentle Uxati ve Tbey are liuinan want and hence have no value an go mosey stamped by the government pur up in gU vial easily oarried baa Dri priess Ctmm iWtktaf PmUr always fresh Tbey are ffkantnUni M m a legal tender ban value whenever U sSTpr yj eTsw essjpspspi the momy is ratMirasd aai eH or ewe wW1i NEW PARTY Â¬ Some Good Advice to Boys Ky Nov 2Gth 1S9I DKAnEniTon If you will plcoso allow mo tho spaco in your columns I would llko to say a few words to my young friends I am a little boy fifteen years of age I live a quarter of a mile cast of Balltown Boys if you think your lot a hard one if called upon to feed before breakfast or split stovo wood when itwos snowing just stop a minute and think of the many thousands of poor ragged hungry and homelesss boys in this country that would be oh so glad to havo such n homo as yours and you surely will bo ashamed of yourself Dont think you aro to largo to be corrected You never will bo so largo that your parents adyico will not help you Dont go rabblthuut Irig on Sunday If you cant go to church stoy at homo and read somo good book In short do nothing that you think wrong and do every thing that you think right and somo day you will be doubly rewarded for fortuno favors tho brave Dear readers I hope that you will not think that I am n preacher for I am nei- Â¬ THE ther a preacher nor a preachers son But I think it our moral duty to try to olevato ourselves in society and to do tills wo must do what is right If wo enter tho great raco woshould enter with tho determination to win Wo must remember that there aro many rough places to pass over and you must bo well Why prepared or wo will bo lost forever Paul AVkthinoton Mattinuly Ivory 6oap t PROCTER GREGORY WHARFMASTERS Shingles Laths Cement CO CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY t Alio Wholesale and Hetait Dealers In Yellow Pino Flooring and Celling Lime Brlok Doors Blinds Sash and and all kinds or Building Material Sole Affeou for Hair Homostoad Forfilizoro and Troy Bone Moal filled Orders accompanlned with the cash promptly 1 BANK HARDIHSBURQ 07 X Floats CINTt Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 1 600 F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vloe Preildent M II BEARD Cashier D Q W BEARD U3J BE5T FOR 5HIRT5 ft GAMBLE CO - Dire ton MORRIS ESKRIDQE R H JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS -- 1 I ts going Hand in Hand TOPIC OF THE DAY are we doing such a Big Business ASK FOR PRICES PENNYROYAL For salo by CHAS C MARTIN Alpoclfla monthly ntrdldnA for ladles to revtoro and regulate the mnnes producing free healthy and palolcsi Vo achrs or pain on ap discharge roach Now uod by orer 3O0Q0 ladles Inrtroratrs ncused wiUutaagitlnyour thrM onrni Buy of druftrlst only those with our sltrnature across faceoflabeL Avoid substitute Sealed particulars mailed so stamp f 1X0 per boi Address hUlUCKA cnkktlCAL OOslPAKV baimon Micu WAFERS SEE OUR VARIETY Then you need no further explanation QTJOTJL1I01rS Boots and Shoes Mens Good Hoots Full Stock Ilroaan Fine Shoes latten Leather i j Practical Druggist CIOVIUIPOIITKY Cloaks Ladles Jackets Cloaks SO WHAT Beat the Democratic party Is a ques- Â¬ tion that is asked by about every man in this country and you can get a thousand different answers to that question We are not politicians Wo dont claim any supernatural hind- Â¬ sight but from a common sense busi ness viow wo believo that what Â¬ Ladles unllned Shoes lined Shoes fine One lot Ladies Sample Shoes worth i 50 to 3 50 for Cuitotn made Iluetl boots and shoes at a Dig oS 350 3 50 Clothing Special sale In Mens stilts for Ilo JjiS a 493 I 34 One Lot Ladles fine Capes and Cloaks very cheap Dress Goods Sacqulng Ilannel worth 60 tor 3 French Gingham worth 20 lor uj s 36 Inch Wonted worth 40 for A large variety of Novelty Drcsa Goods latest styles Blankets Double Grey Illankets former price 1 50 now go 1 to 1m a jo 350 Strictly all Wool Illankets former price 5 00 now 3 9S Mens Overcoats Mens Wool Overcoats Hoys Overcoats 50 3 50 1 4yS 21 gS Â¬ A large stock of Mens Iinc Tailor Made Suits BEAT The patty was lack of concentration Cleveland didnt oven register Hill was nominated against the wishes of the better element in his own party In ono part of tho country one issue was made tho feature and in another part an entirely different issuo was made impoitant If G EO J 0 BOURNE 6Z BRANDENBURG KY OO DANIEL BROOES J M HARPER BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO figures Â¬ If you could trado your gold for more goods as a commodity than as a money you would exchange it as a commodity Honce its monoy valuo could not fall below its market value It that portion of our citizens doing business with for-Â¬ eign nations havo International balances to pay thoy will freely tako gold and silver for what they havo to sell becauso tho foreigner will in turn take it to balance his account Hence gold and silver coins aro good under all conditions and therefore do not need redemption Subject irredeem Â¬ able paper money to tho samo suppositions and seo the result In my next I desire to discuss what governs tho valuo of irredeemable paper money and to find whether it is a good money or not J II A says All monoy is fiat This statement is truo as far money as tho debt paying function of money is concerned but to make an article good money it must have more than the fiat of the government RP8 Â¬ Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON THE Democratic party had done business as wo do it if thoy had all worked with ONE end in viow they wouldnt have got into such a deep snow as they Wo all work witlt 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ary Miai Nello B Lewis will spend sever Â¬ al weeks at Guston with Miss Eva Car rlgan Mr Jim I In wen of Louisville spent last Thursday with his slstor Mrs D W Lewis Mrs Blanche Fontaine and Mrs B A Young have left for Florida to remain till spring Mr and Mrs W H Gough attended the Carter Thompson wedding last Wednesday Misses Nannie and Mary Alexander of Louisville spent Thanksgiving w 1th Mr and Mrs E F Alexander Mrs II 0 Woodson had Dr Will Strother and Miss Bettio Clarkson of Big Spring as guests on Thanksgiving Mrs 0 Casperko had her sons Will and Charlie her nephew Willie Kam mer and Mr Leach of Louisville to Thanksging dinner Misa Mary Pusey has returned from Louisville where sho was shown much attention socially and has for her guest Miss Irmha Gordon of New Albany Every woman who has a feathered boa should bo happy as far as such articles can contribute to the state for they aro wonderfully becoming to both old and young hence their popularity I had a visit from mino and my hus- Â¬ bands warmest friend Mr Jake Sliack- Â¬ lett of Hill Grove on Tkanksgivlng Ho says tlio lato landslide came very near finishing him but lives in hopes The reading class of England dont caro much lor Trilby and Mr Du Maurier has to turn to enthusiastic Americans for appreciation after tho apathy of his countrymen by adoption Mrs James Falrleigh has returned from seeing her brother Judge Alien Murray of Cloverport who is quite ill We all know Judgo Murray his wife and lovely daughters and for them wo feel profound sympathy Prof F J McAuliflo after all has de- Â¬ cided not to teach our school although he had commenced and now I hear so many conflicting rumors of who is or who is not to continue the school I shall re- Â¬ frain from making any statement Tlio Mcado County Medical Associa- Â¬ tion met last Thursday and the M Ds wero out pretty generally I had a plea Â¬ sant call from Dr Will Strother of Big Spring who thinks tho coming together will bo a mutual benefit to the fraternity as well as suffering humanity Real estate transfer Augustus 0 Thomas to Sam Board 6902 acres 1G0 Ephraim Wimp to J Morgan Richard Â¬ son 6527 300 Wm M Ditto and wife to Joel Pierce 21 acres 250 G R Mil Â¬ ler and wife to A T Cox lots 13 and 14 in Ekron Meado county 100 I havo said heretofore Givo your items to Will Grinnell at Nevitt Goughs Now I say Send them through tho office for he carefully jota them down and then as carefully keeps them in his pocket and then when ho reports goings for Courier Journal they never go Mrs James Lewis and Mrs II C Raw lings had family Thanksgiving dinners and the St Cloud had its usual extra On Thursday night Miss collation Maudo Herndon gave an informal enter- Â¬ tainment but most pleasant Dancing was indulged in good music and pretty costumes WEDNESDAY DEOEMBKlt 5 Subscription 1891 Piles 100 a End of the Year Id Advance If Fall t the Tmt 125 SIX PAGES Tina town paid olTtho last of its school bonds yesterday Prof Shacklctt has somo clear cut Ideas on tlio money question It is just as necessary to keep up your advertising as it is to keep up your stock Have you thought of your subscript- Â¬ ion Plcaso look at the label Wo need money It will mako you hungry to read what our correspondents say about the big Thanksgiving dinners SurrosE you quit worrying about the hard times and talk good times for awhile Tlio change will help you and be a relief to your friends I all the boys of this day and time wore made out of the samo kind of stuff as our young friend Paul Wcthington this country would flourish and prosper and bo a haven of bliss Paul is a boy after our own heart The Louisvillo Evening Post is out in a bran new dress and looks as much liko its neighbor tlio Times over on Fourth Avenue as it could well look not to bo printed in the same office Broth- Â¬ er Knott will not take this as n compli- Â¬ ment wo know but it is true neverthe Â¬ less Tho Post is a good newspaper and wo aro glad to sec it prospering Col It M Woolley Louisville wants to know who wroto that articlo headed Old Times in last weeks News Ho says he issuro it is somo fellow who has been loafing around his office listening to him Geo Dultello and David Fair leigh talk freo silver Tho Colonel compliments tho articlo very highly and J G Stephens has been appointed says tho author is on tho right track guardian for his daughter Miss Mary B Stephens Rev Bogard is preaching some excel Â¬ Mrs X 0 Mosely returned Friday lent Sermons nt tho Baptist church lie from a weeks visit to Mrs Bennett near doesnt preach to tlio skies nor just oer Irvington tho heads of his audience but he drives Mrs Anna L Nccdhorn of Hardin his Bledge hammer blows square in their county is visiting her parents Mr and faces Hu believes in an every day reli- Â¬ gion a religion that makes a man do Mrs II C Hook Wo will havo on in a fow days a big right and live right and do unto his neighbor as ho would have him do unto lino of fruits tho freshest and best in the him Bro Bogard is making a fine im- Â¬ market Julian Brown pression on our peoplo and his preaching Wm Ahl has rented a houso here is doing them much good from Roeco Eskridgo and will move up from Cloverport In a few days Conoress met Monday says tho Cour Mr II Knapp Irvington and Mr A ier Journal loafed around for an hour Ilarrod Washington Ind wero at the and forty five minutes while tho clerks Alexander Hotel last Saturday read the Presidents message to a few lis Mrs Etta Hook of New Albany Ind teners dumped tho mountain of resolu is visiting her husband R L Hook who tions accumulated during tho recess and isteaching school in this county then adjourned Tho President in his Tom McGIlI has resigned as deputy messago recommends among other County Court Clerk He is arranging to things go into tho confectionary business Free iron ore and coal Come and examine our stock and Tho repeal of the differential duty on No prices before you go elsewhere sugar Tho repeal of tho law denying registry trouble to show goods Julian Brown to foreign built Bhips Rov S K Breeding went to Webster An increase in the army Monday to begin a protaracted meeting The extension of coast defenses His wife and two daughters accompanied Tho appointment of an additional him Judgo in each Federal district Our rings aro so delightfully tempting Reform in mail classifflcations that you can hardly keep your fingers Reform in tho Indian policy out of them James Kincheloo your A national Board of Health jeweler The extension of the Civil Service Rov S G Shelly pastor of the M E And tho thorough reform of tho cur church South Cloverport waa hero last rency along tho lines recommended in tho report of tho Secretary of tho Treas- Â¬ Friday looking up a deed to some church property ury Mr Preston B Stinnett and Miss Seby Some Snap Shots From the Late Horsely wero married in tho County Clerks office last week by Judgo Thomas Landslide Adkisson Aba Hardin smiles but says nothing Mr T B Henderson Webster was Reuben Miller has dropped into a here last week and partook of Thanks Â¬ much better oflice than he expected giving turkey with his daughter Mrs Ho says it will pay about 1200 a year Amon Kincheloo Frank Payno says of courso ho will If you cannot buy better goods from us qualify as deputy sheriff Ho would for less money than elsewhere then hardly run for an office and give it over truth has no merit and honesty is with- Â¬ to some other follow out meaning James Klncheloe Scott Cart is taking things easy and Elijah Board and Morris Eskridgo re preparing to pitch a big crop noxt year turned from Louisvillo last Monday Ho bought a lino bunch of sheep at Ad where thoy had been taking deppsitions kissons sale lost week in tho caso of Board against Duncan Thos Wr0 ww out at Hardinsburg Dont fall to como and examine our Monday and paid over 11800 Thos Christmas stock and tlio prices We says after tho first of January ho is going propose to mako tlio trado warm for back to his old trade ono that nobody somebody in this lino before the holidays wants driving an ox team aro over Julian Brown Ludwell Adkinson a member of tho Mr and Mrs A X Kincheloo cele- Â¬ recent land slido in this county has re brated tho twelveth anniversary of their covered sufficiently and is now all smiles marriage last Wednesday by giving a He too has enlarged his farm plans maginiflcent dinner to a number of their for tho year and will put in an extra crop friends Thoso present wero Mr and of corn Mrs Amon Kincheloo Dr A M Kin- Â¬ Mr C L Shelly a brother of Rov S cheloo and Mr T B Henderson G Shelley this city was elected sheriff The Commissioner will sell tho follow- Â¬ of Clinton county this state at the re- Â¬ ing land nt tho Courthouso door the cent election Ho was a Republican of Third Monday in this month Eichtv- course as all of Bro Shelleys brothers ono acres on Beech Fork tho property I are ho being tlio only Democrat in tho of Nathaniel Brickoy Sixty acres in I family Â¬ tho Webster District 121 acres in Holts Passenger Dally arr Hardinsburg Hill pm bottom owned by Elijah Board colored j 001X0 IAST 18 acres near Mooleyville owned by Passenger Dally arr Uardlniburg 740 am Henry OBryan 100 acres on Rough Creek owned by Honry Butler Quarterly Court noxt Monday Licensed to marry Preston Stinnett Mrs Loo Meyer went to Custer Mon to Misa Lily Hareley II F Pool to Miss day G W LanotoMlsa M Maggie Davis Miss Hattiu May is visiting at Irving F Swarnes Sanford M Priest to Annie ton Sandy Butler to Annio B McAdams J G Stephens Holt was hero last Stitli J 11 Frank to Efflo Pato AAllen M Whltworth to Susan Shellman Friday Morris Eskridgo went to Louisvillo Kincheloo to Mary Henderson Friday THANKSaiVINO Mrs Piggott returned from Louisvillo At tho Aloxander Hotel a flno turkoy Monday was spread and the largo dining room Father Gabo went to Louisvillo last tastefully arranged for tho occasion Monday Besides tho invited guests thero wero Dr Mllnor Union Star was hero one Mr and Mrs Leo Moycr Mr and Mrs Wm Hensloy Dr Milton Board and day lost week Board Mis3 Lulu Jolly is visiting in Louis- Â¬ Mr Frank Mr and Mrs C L Beard gave a villo this week few of their Watch for my big Christmas opening Thanksgiving dinner to a immediate family Julian Brown At Mr John P Hasw ells Sr a forty Apples pears grapes oranges bananas pound gobbler was slaughtered and a at Julian Browns gay company did service to tho surround- Â¬ Mr Anderson of Hartford Ky was ings Tho bird was a present to Mr hero last Saturday Haswell from his friend and fellow citi- Â¬ Judgo Mercer and MatthiaaMlIler went zen at Union Star Mr Ellsha Gardner to Ilawesvillo Friday Mr Gardner is a very strong Republican Mr Wallace Gray from Meade coun- and ho sent tho turkey over to Mr Una well with his compliments and as a ty was here last week Wo welcome tho lookers as well ns tho pleasant reminder of tho success of their party in tho county at tho recent elec- Â¬ buyers James Kincleloo appreciated the gift Gus Brown of Cloverpoit was hero tion Mr Haswell for Republican victories aro rare you last Friday on legal business know and invited a number of his friends Dick May was allowed 1 50 in tho in on Thanksgiving Thoso present County Court for hauling saud wero Mr Frank Haswell and his Mr A X Kincheloo left Monday for family Mr Coleman Haswell and his 3W a business trip over tho C 0 family Allen R Klncheloe John P Rev Qninn went to Cloverport last Haswell Jr Mrs Fannie Haswell and Miss Minnlo Haswell week to attend the Bapt ist revival there Tho cheapest placo to buy your fire Mr and Mrs Dr II C Boa d observed Thanksgiving by slaughtering a turkey works for Christmas is at Julian Browns Mrs Robert Hook of New Albany and inviting a number of their friends to Ind is visiting Mr and Mrs II C help partake of the meal Thoso present Mr and Mrs Elijah Board Mr wero Hook and Mrs Charles Miller Mr Will Bell Wo will have Christmas toys of every Sallio Board and Miss Esther Mc description and will mako tho prices to Mrs Gary suit you Â¬ Â¬ at TKtifi slsl U 4 A Peculiar Case Periodic Attacks of Neuralgia In the Eyes I wrlto to say that I hare been a sufferer for four years with neuralgia In the eyes The palm wer very severe at night causing roe to suffer winter and lummcr alike Sometimes a month would lapse between spells then I would be especially If 0 1 nood Co Lowell Massi No better fitting No better wearing1 No handsomer TJ No more satisfactory years of age and employed regular habits Co for the past seven years by Heath Springs well known merchants and bankers of this place Troubled Every Week I was up at night I am a man of Rubbers are made Than those sold by I bought a supply of Hoods Sar saparllla used four bottles and believe I aro Sv J Long Lancaster South Carolina cured Hoods Pills cure Constipation by restor Â¬ ing the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal and Camden HoodsnCures For every vaiety and phase of tho many diseases which attack tho air pasÂ¬ sages of tho head throat and lungs Ayers Cherry Pectoral will bo found a specific Tliis preparation allays In- Â¬ flammation controls the disposition to cough and prevents consumption formerly I reply Her bangs aro pushed back its the fad you know Mr It II Nevitt and Will Grinnell are back from Louisvillo with a big ar Â¬ ray of holiday goods all under that very much modified tariff bill what passed last August and what n Republican Congress will bo sure to repeal Rest as- Â¬ sured it will be cremated early and with great funeral honors Then youll pur-Â¬ chase once again under McKlnloys rule The late elected august body will not convene till December 05 unless the President calls an extra session which is hardly possible so even next Christ Â¬ mas you can buy under the Wilson bill then its transit We have them in all the latest styles IRVINGTON Ono of the prettiest weddings of tho season was that of Mr B W Carter and Miss Kato Thompson at high noon at Mt Merino church on tho 28 The church was beautifully decorated by Mrs Ken drick Wathen assisted by Miss Agnes Mnlin of Brandenburg and was filled to overflowing witli representative people from this and other neighborhoods Promptly at tho hour named the con Â¬ tracting parties proceeded to tlio altar GARFIELD Undo Elisha Simmonris quite feeble Major Morris of Louisville was hero Monday Miss Annio Jones returned to her homo in Sirocco last Friday Mr Ahmed Board and family of Webster havo moved here Miss Katio Board who is teaching near Glendeane came homo to spend Thanksgiving Mr William Macy lost his barn and corn crib with almost his cntiro crop of corn lost week by Are Rev J D Richardson of Brandenburg who has been at tho bedside of his daughter returned homo Thursday MIbs Nannie Board Mrs A M Bandy and Mr Abo Richardson went to Bran Â¬ denburg Friday to attend tho funeral of Miss Susie Richardson Tlio revival meeting conducted by Rev Hook St Clair and Richardson closed last Sonday with twenty accessions to the Cumberland Presbyterian church Mas Sallio Sliacklett of Ekron who came down last week to bo with her sis- Â¬ ter Miss Susie Richardson in her last sickness returned to her homo Tuesday Miss Susie Richardson daughter of Rov J D Richardson died at the homo of her brother A A Richardson in this placo November 28th her body was taken to Brandenburg for burial Friday IFCDI Rj The Genuine Singer Machine It has been reported through this with pale or sallow complexions county by Mr Gus Gibson that tho or suffering from skin eruptions White Sowing Machine took tho prem or scrofulous blood will find ium at the Worlds Fair Why will men quick relief in Scotts Emulsion start such reports when they know thoy All of the stages of Emaciation are not trno It was tho genuine Singer and a general decline of health V S No 2 mado by the Singor Mfg Co are speedily cured Dont show your tag and blue ribbon any more Gus but let the people come and buy machines that did tako tho Â¬ Anaemic Women 5cotts takes away the pale haggard Capt Frank Smith a well known riv- look that comes with General enriches the blood er man died at his home in Louisville Debility It stimulates the appetite creates last week Capt Smith commanded the healthy flesh and brings back steamers MoraiBg Star Grey Eagle strength and vitality For Coughs very and Â¬ premium from me Tux Sinoeb MVu Co Per Taplsv Bbckwitii Agent Office 1 door above Fraizes store Emulsion Colds Spra Threat Bronchitis weak Lungs Consumption and Waning Dis Â¬ eased ofChlldren Sin J J or our fmfhUt AToiUJ SMIiBwmNY MsViifUM McuUM Rainbow ami Owenaboro popular with the trade wm it Dr Prkei Cream Baking Powder Atoet Perfect AU4 ii FXS Through the kindness of our clever deputy clerk Deo Pusoy I send you tho following and he promised me to continue to furnish marriage license for each week John T Payno to Mary II Payne Nolan M Barnett to Isabel Brunor Robert Nor- Â¬ ton to Mary Philpot Howard L Snyder to Lucy Logsdon James Brown to Lucin 100 Reward 8100 Tho reader of this paper will be pleased da Huffman Barnoy W Carter to Kato to learn that thero is at least one dreaded A Thompson disease that science has been able to cure Drs Boggcss Barnes and Baker came in all its stages and that is Catarrh down from Louisville lost week on a Halls Catarrh Curo is tho only positive hunting expedition and were gueBts of euro known to the medical fraternity Mr and Mrs Alonzo Moreman and that Catarrh being a constitutional disease reminds mo that Dr Lon Moremen re-Â¬ requires a constitutional treatment ceived through mat from Cincinnati tho Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally most uniquo Thanksgiving dinner in acting directly on tho blood and mucous French bon bons on a China plate that surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ could be imaglnod a veritable piece of ing the foundation of the disease and art giving tho patient strength by building Miss Susie Richardson who has been up the constitution and assisting nature an Invalid and great sufferer for many in doing its work Tho proprietors havo months passed to rest at her brothers so much faith in its curative powers Mr Abo Richardson Garfield last Wedthat they offer One Hundred Dollars for any caso that it fails to cure Send for nesday and was buried on Friday in tho Brandenburg cemetery Susie had a list of testimonials great AddressF J CHENEY COToledo hero many relatives and warm friendsÂ¬ and when thoy knew that tho sum 0 SSTSold by Druggists 75c mons had como and all was well they could but acknowledge tho goodness of PERSIMMON FLAT God to roleaso her spirit for peace sweet peaco Items aro scarce And indeed I am sorry Sirocco has giv Â¬ Hurrah for tho Holt correspondent en up his quill He is woll informed Mr Dick Burdett is on the sick list versatile pungent and yes of course if Mr Leo Elder was tho guest of Miss necessary witheringly sarcastic He Clara Oelze Hardinsburg Sunday doesnt stab in tho back Ho never shot Master Ed and ValJohnson were visit Â¬ from ambush He can be counsel for defence as fearlessly as counsel for pros- Â¬ ing relatives in Cloverport Sunday Misses Kittio and Dessle Elder were ecution Alls the matter with Sirocco Eyo the guests of Misc Hattie Carter Sunday he will cling to the Mosaic Law for an eyo etc and not the later one Farmoas are done gathering corn in If you aro chastised on ono cheek turn this vicinity tho yield Is better than was the other Sirocco is distinctly and expected emphatically human and fearless with Mr and Mrs Gharlea Elder havo been his inherited instincts very low for some time but aro slowly Barg really seem to be consigned to improving now locks once bewitchlngly curled Mr Walker White and son Emmett oblivion who have been very low for some time are all brushed back under side combs similar to those worn by our mothers are no better and grand mothers A word about these Protracted meeting commenced at little ornaments The fundamental prin Â¬ Hites Run tho third of this month with ciple of a feminine mind is to look well May God help them good attendance These veritable combs are far from en Â¬ Misa Bertha and Jewie Hawkins at Â¬ hancing the beauty of some youthful tended prayer meeting at Hites Sun faces and If they did but know it the Sunday They report a large attendance trewee curkwl redeemed the face Every Mr Benedlet Elder waa vieiting rela face isat a Madonna one nor a elaasieal VOTIOK I VDt everv aaaa aad Mam la tk tives near Hardinsburg last week but one To give up front curia means to SBtsrsiisa la Um Qataat a4 waiakv tut returned noise pamruay aooompanieu uy uiauy mtunmaiMc mniimniiia te saaniefl UMM to hat at mr tioakm u JU Mr Joe Jtukr Whenever I hear SI isnt at pratty as Â¬ whero thoy wero united by tho Rev Father Niehaus with the beautiful and impressive service of tho Roman Cath- Â¬ olic Church The music was beautiful- Â¬ ly rendered by Miss Agnes Malin Tho attendants wero Miss Beo Brooks of Louisville and Frank Carter brother of tho groom After tho ceremony the bridal party repaired to the homo of Mr A J Thompson where a recept- Â¬ ion was held in honor of the happy pair For genuine old time Kentucky hospi Â¬ tality this neighborhood can not be ex- Â¬ celled and the past Thanksgiving week was unusually replete with pleasant oc- Â¬ On Monday tho 20 Mrs R M casions Jolly entertained in honor of hor moth- Â¬ er Mrs Williams Mt Vernon 111 Thanksgiving day was tho occasion of a number of social and family reunions Mrs John R Wimp gavo a dinner in honor of Mr and Mrs Will Bennett of Louisville Mrs Munfords homo was tho scene of a pleasant family reunion a dinner was given at Mr E F Green- Â¬ woods in honor of Mr and Mr B N Carter Mr and Mrs Kendrlck Wathen entertalnod a largo number of relatives and friends Among thoso present wero Mr and Mrs R M Jolly Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Mr and Mrs W J Piggott Mrs Kate Bennett Mrs Blancho Mosely Miss Lulie Jolly of Hardins Â¬ burg Misa Virginia Howe of Louisvillo and Mrs Williams of Mt Vernon HI On Friday tho 30th Mr and Mrs Bate Washington entertained in honor of Mrs Bennett and daughter of Louisville Thoso present wero Mrs Ken Wathen Mrs John R Wimp Mrs W J Tiggott Mrs Annie Herndon Mrs Richard Wrathor and Miss Virgin Howe of Louisvillo Mr R B McGlothlan and Miss Bet tie Drury were quietly married in the parlors of tho Walnut St Baptist church Louisville on Wednesday the 28 by the Rev W R Cullem They will tako up their rcsidenco at the old McGlothlan homestead whero Mr McGlothlan will engage in farming and dairying the com- Â¬ ing year Misa Lillie McGlothlan and Miss Lucy Frank went to Louisville this week to attend the McGlothlan Drury nup-Â¬ tials Mrs W J Piggott and children are isiting relatives in this neighborhood f Mrs Blanche Mosely of Hardinsburg was visiting at Mrs Bennetts for sever- Â¬ al days last week Hon Geo W Jolly of Owensboro was at Mrs Wathens last week Services were held in the Baptist church on Thanksgiving day The handsome dwelling being erected by the Misses Munford Is almost in a state of completion They expect to have a family reunion in their new home on Christmas day Mr Thos Anderson the eonstable elect haa bought a lot from Dr Bewley and will build a dwelling In the near future TWO TRACTS OP LAND lying on tho head waters of Panther Creek near Easton Hancock County Ky Ono tract containing 149f acres and the other 113 acres No improvements plenty of timber for building and fencing purposes and some to spare This is fine tobacco land and will give some one a barcrain in it Also Hi acres near Jollys Station This land is not for rent or or lurtber information call on or address lease it is lor saio s ALE MARSHALS SALE FOR TAXES H W S DEAN Rock Lick Ky Church Notes Rev S G Shelley will hold church conference at Holt to night Quarterly meeting Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day at the Methodist chu ch Dr Hall will preach Saturday at 11 a m and Sun- Â¬ day at 11 a m and 7 p m There will be a business meeting of tho Epworth League Thursday evening at 7 oclock Tho meeting at the Baptist church is still in progress Several additions havo been made to the church Rev W H Elliett State Evangelist for the Christian church preached a most excellent sermon in tho Methodist church hero last Sunday night week Ho also mado a statement of his work and the work of his church throughout tho state that showed that his church was doing somo good work for tho cause of religion The little band of members in this city appreciated his visit and wore much encouraged by his presence YesterdaysOwenaboro Messenger says There was a large crowd of both black and white people at the wharf Sunday to witness the baptising oi eighty two converts resulting from the protracted meeting at the Center eteet colored church Tho converts and choir march- Â¬ ed down from the church and every- Â¬ thing went off nicely These with those baptized for the other Baptist church make over 100 in the last three weeks Robt W Lewis met with another un- Â¬ fortunate accident at the shops last week His thumb on his right hand waa sawed off close up to his hand ii m JY The undersigned will as Marshal of the City of Cloverport expose at Pnbllo Sale in front of the City Hall in Cloyerport Kv between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 3 oolook p m on the 20th day of December 18W the following described property for taxes due the City of Clomportand all costsi Torma Caah in Ilnud One house levied upon m the property of W 0 Cooper cor of Elm and Railroad st taxes dun One lot No 7 the property of Matblas Miller cor Elm and Wall sU taxes duo M One house and lot the property of Miss Bailie Miller lot No 13S taxes due One house and lot parts of No ISO anu 151 property or J M Bell taxes 2 80 io 00 2 00 due One store house the porperty of It L Newsom and 0 W Moorman part of lot No 1 Wallet bet Elm and Poplar taxes doe One house and lot part of lot No 9 cor Sd and Front st property of Dellla Adams taxes due One lot part of lot No SI listed by Rev Ross taxes due One lot No IBS the property of Edward Forbes taxes due One house and lot situated on Dohrers bill the property of Lewis Light foot taxes due One house and lot No 101 the property of Joeln Allen taxes due One house and part of lot No 68jhe property of Charles Mnnday taxes uue One house and lot the property of Ren X Millers heirs taxes due u One lot the Dronertv of SiluMlur taxes due One house and lot No 72 the property of W B Davenport taxes due- One bouse and let No 71 the property 2 40 3 60 2 00 30 00 180 1 00 180 200 lfl 1 Its About Time eo vi pia urn you were looking about for Christ Â¬ mas Gifts for friends and loved onea Why not drop in and look oyer our assortment We would call particular attention to our large display The Jeweler and Silversmith CLOVERPORT KY One lot No Ob DHUY er LfghMeet on Mlgh gt taxes due One house aad let No 78 jfferty of Mrs LaHn Kedgers taxes due One hoaie aad M No 7 situated ea Front at iMcmbs ertT T Mm MHtea Ta4e Uxe Us beta UxM4er lot No Jf t ffty of J iiiHtH pcepertjrjf Mark Hard SOS 40 itej Fust T40 2 00 f prfflyEep MM due WANTED Tea live agents to sell Fruit Trees at a Laiwk Commission W 8 ASIIBY Oloverpert Ky SAXX I will offer at PuWfc Sale at my farm on Uke WW One Oae house and let due Marj Carry taxei siitso ait bets One let Rurbaak surtaxes tease and Mm Mmserty rfMrv F Carey lHaUje Hljf Mflbeet- - lt M st frosting Murray Aveswe taxes doe r W JORDAN CtoTwt X Jt Be oity Marsha aei4 2M v Cfj v2f PU1LI0 PO Tw ttSSSThtSim ui l SATURDAY DKCKMBKR mk All nj htmUtg lmpleneaU CMtUtiag of wsems stows sim nawlasT kwUFms bay rW aad ether wU4l Tew f Sale alt wu voder If caah la hand i twelve Mwtblia given with apfwt eecuritr MMlgf T JQHNMtN IPVsCmsw welaht aver tee 8 aad y years old will tell oae or botk Oa ae dark bay aare 1 years eld wall tralaed to iKle or double harac m All JgitNicoMllUoov Call on Dt IALI Horeee liiwr 0 W W M PRYM1KK Preetoa Ky BBMfiLCCi ijj unit ji i rr - Kji - - - faLJImti ssassss jsmzz sssJUsjss sas rf n 4 in ii iimi - - r - - Mr iV g -- - -A - - W - You Ifcrdfuli Have - dlisfofl Miss Leila Miller Is Vlsltiilg friends nt IrVlngton 1 M Osborne spent Sunday with his -- ji eWLeyvillS f - a -- - - LODIBURG iMIsfi Viola Whltworlh Is partial to pel rabbila A beautiful rain passed over our vicin ity lost week Madatn Ruuibi1 says there Is to bo n wedding soon Mr Andrew Drlskell visited our schools last wrek Miss Annie Jordan was the guest of Miss Bettie Payne last week Mr Wesley Hunter waa tho guest of Miss Maltle French last Sunday Mr Quint Headlamps family havo re- Â¬ covered from tho Chicken pox Elbert son of Mr nnd Mrs It C Keys Is very sick nt present writing Mr aud Mrs J A Payuo wero tho guesta of their daughter Mrs II C Keys last Sunday Mrs Tom Pay no nnd daughter Xiss Bettlo and Miss Annio Jordan visited Mr G R French family last Thursday Tho entertainment given by MIbs Clara Payno last TucsJay night in honor of her brother Grayson who left on Thursday for Missouri waa largely at Â¬ Misses Those present were tended Mnttie Effie and Laura French Carrie Hiellman Bettio Payne Annio Jordan Messrs Viola and Annio Whltwoith Jesse Clarence Charlie Payne Oscar French Crafton Cashman Sam Beau champ Wlllio Payne George Compton and Amos Whitworth music was render- Â¬ ed by Cashman Payne nnd Bros Â¬ S A big rain last week gladdened all Otlr hearts Fanricns nre busily engaged gathering 4 -- fl Decern ber- f2ZT fei J Sored Boils oi tiny other skin diucase family hero tbi n HoSDArziioizi I I WemW5 1WAY tilMsT QOaR QEVi LMOoM I FriW I R 5ATVRPAYllftll522l29 Sp 7H JibiH ifw H iMV Xi42lS iimJaS WfWIW fId TtiS J7 6 12J926 13 2027 IHiBBJWra I5MAM eMPM 6m jj Jhtffm EKRON -- - take AVERS SARSAPARILLA the Superior Blood Purifier and Spring Medicine Cures others will cure you A Voting Machine Â¬ MOOLEYVILLE Tho Republicans eliould remember Hint Ibis is a bard year on coons as well as Democrats Tlio long continued drought is broken at last and tho much needed rain is get Â¬ ting In its work filling cisterns and wells replenishing tho parched wheat fiolds and meadows and promising a riso in the river on event bo much desired by all beforo the freczo seta in Tho wife of Mr Joseph Ross of Louis ville is hero at this time having placed herself under tho treatment of Mr Mitchell for cancer As may be expect- Â¬ ed she ia suffering intense pain from tho treatment at this time but sho is doing fairly well and it is but a matter of short time under this treatment when she will be fully cured of this perhape tho most dreaded of all human nfllictions and bo her natural happy Fell again to thereat delight of her many friends MwMtosa is accompanied by her beautiful and highly accomplished daughter Mary who is tho life and soul of the so Â¬ cial circle hero as was shown and conceded by all at the Social party at tho residence of W II Elders on the even Â¬ ing of Thanksgiving which was the so- Â¬ cial event of the season On the evening of the 23 Mr Eugone Ross a genuine specimen of young Amer- Â¬ ica came down from Louisville ostensi Â¬ bly to seo his mother but in reality on a hunting expedition After tho musical entertainment at Mr Mitchells it was unanimously voted that a coon hunt was next In ofyler Armed with breech load- Â¬ ing shot guns and with Muss tho celebrated coon dog tho following parties J R Mitchell Jim Mitchell Fen Mitch- Â¬ ell Eugene Ross and Charlie Elder start Â¬ ed on tho war path They had not pro- Â¬ ceeded far when Muss treed a coon whereupon Eugeno Ross aided by tho light of tho lantern brought him down the first fire This would have satisfied tho Mooleyvlllo boys but Mr Ros3 de clared that no less than four coons would do him any good so the procession moved forward and in a short time Mues treed again The hunters came upon tho scene and proceeded to spy tho gamo By placing the lantern at tho back of his head the caglo eye of Charlie Elder dis- Â¬ covered tho glaring eyes of tho game Eugeno Ross was again called upon to do the shooting which ho did as before bringing him down at first fire But oh borrows I it was a house cat Nothing daunted the procession moved forward and in due timo Muss treed again and upon investigation threo coons could be seen on ono limb two of which Eugeno brought down tho first shot then anoth Â¬ er and upon further oxaminatlon Btill another which he also brought down making in all five coons and one cat in five shots Who can beat it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Z T Cox went to Stephensport Wed nesday on uusiness Hon Gub W Richardson of Louis ville spent Thanksgiving at home Mrs Dutch Richardson went to Louis ville Monday to visit her daughter Miss Lyda Graham of Cloverport is tho guest of Miss Malissa Archer this week Mr S J Brown and wife went to Ste Â¬ phensport Sunday to visit Mr Browns paronta Mr J A Barry of Cloverport was in town several days last week the guest of Mr Archer W J Shacklett went to Uardinsburg Thursday to visit relatives and we wont say who elso Z T Cox has purchased tho Elder property on Third street and will occupy it after Christmas Thomas Brown and wile of Paynes ville were in town Thursday the jjuests of Mr and Mrs Z T Cox Messrs B S Clarkson R A Hnsor and Gabo Mcador shipped ono hu idred and fifty head of hogs to Louisville last week Rev Judson AVillett delivered a very interesting sermon Thursday nr tho school house on tho origin of Thanksgiving Rov A N Whitinghill came down from Louisvillo tho 28th to officiate at tho wedding of S J Brown and Miss Â¬ Mollio Board J T Massey has purchased the drug stock of Dr J M Willett and T W Mc Cary Thoso wishing first class drugs and polito treatment should give Mr Massey a call Mr R L Shacklett died of typhoid fever near Hill Grove November 2oth Ho was a young man with a bright future We sympathize with his broth and sisters in the loss of their loving brother The Discovery Saved His Life Mr G Calliouette Druggist Beavers villelll says To Dr Kings New Discoyory I owo my life Was taken with La Grippe and tried all tho physi Â¬ cians for miles about but of no avail and waa given up and told I could not livo Having Dr Kings New Discovery in ray store I sent for a bottle and began ita uso and from the first dose began to get better and after using threo bottles was up and about again It is worth Its weight in gold We wont keep store or house without it Get a freo trial at A R Fishers drugstore HAWESVILLE Clarion Notes For pitys Bake dont growl and grum bio because you are troubled with indi- Â¬ gestion No good was over effected by snarling and fretting Be a man unless you happen to bo a woman and take Ayera Sarsaparilla which will relievo yoUj whether man or woman HUES RUN Farmers aro about dono gathering corn rand j Protracted meeting began hero Mon Â¬ day night Mr John Elder has moved to tho old Blair farm Mr John Jarboe has moved to hjs rear idalK hero Bob Blake has lost his fox horn and is looking for it Ha I Ha I There was prayer meeting at tho Bap- usi muim mvv Several Bethel Boys are hailing hick- Â¬ ory timber from hero to Cloverport The cubllc roads should bo worked by taxation and then we would roads t Misses Buttle and Florence Haft kiwi were the guests of Mi Zara Johnson wbft vj have-bette- r ijbrsday 1 Willie Adkisson pf New Bethel was the guest of Mr J D St a ton Thursday of last week - ios ROYL Baking Powder Highest of all la hsvlM 4ringik V S thywumt fopaW Ex Mayor Clfarlio Lightfoot of Clovor port waa down to see his brother Dr J F Lightfoot who has been sick for quite a long timo but who is slowly recovering Tho Cloverport tobacco merchants have visited tho farmers of this vicinity twice and a few farmers havo Bold at reasonable prices Mr Amos Freeman moved into his proporty on Main street Tuesday relin Â¬ quishing management of the Arcade Jiotel Mr Robert Lambert took charge at onco and will operate same until Jan- Â¬ uary 1 1800 Tho school trouble Is all over Every Â¬ body apologized to evorybody eh o and nono of them meant what they said Thoro will bo nq trial of the teacher but tho small boys who appeared to have been run through a saueagd mill will return to school wiser and with less skin Let us havo peace and less notoriety Mrs J L Moorman of Cloverport enjoys the distinction of being the first lady to Invest In a round trip tie ticket from Cloverport to Skillman whhh she used to visit her brother J II jtcrett Making a Good Officer and family at this place Sunday The Weed Chelf is making this District an Â¬ Doctor accompanied her but was con stantly on the lookout for a eonveniont excellent Prosecuting Attorney He has reeling place by the wayside which his not been surpassed by any of his predo ceeeore and to say this ia a great compli Â¬ wifo would not permit him to oeeupy ment for Mr Chelf for the District baa The lady readers of the Nkwb should had seme of her brightest lights in this before the Holidays seftd their full ad Â¬ efflee It the guilty goes unpualfhed it dress and a 2 cent stamp to W N ia not Mr Chelfs fault There ia a great for this young kwyer our Brahurd Box 137 Detroit Mich for future will live long ennnga to and him people see a pftokajje of the Imported Face Butl lake advantage of k UanHa Gotittty Nope wljl be dUanpoinUU Ipdepi4iMt home Saturday Tho party at Phillip Webbs at Hays Even villo Friday was well attended the Professor was there Mrs J R Baskett and her two sous David and CIvde were cucsta of Miss Roso Morris Sunday afternoon Dr Baxter wife and baby wero all somewhat indisposed for soveral days last week but all are doing well at pres ent Miss Bee Brooks who came from loui- Â¬ svillo to bo present at the Carter Thompson nuptials returned home Sun day Miss Clara received a basket of luscious grapes Saturday evening Surely sho extends thanks to tho generous donor Miss Bettlo Cain who has been visit- Â¬ ing in Hardin county returned Saturday and is now stopping with her sister Mrs L W Adkisson Quite a number of friends and relatives gathered at tho home of Jolui Livers near here and agreeably surprised him with a birthday dinner in his honor Monday Everybody who met Miss Roso last week wonders why sho wore such a be nignant smile A reward is oflored to tho party who can enlighten us as to the truo cause It B LeOrand is Buffering from a mashed foot received whilo at work on T bridges Wo ono of the L St L hopo ho will soon be nble to uso tho way disabled member There is no limit to the number of Mrs Jesse Ashcraft returned Sunday splits in voting except tho limit im ovening from Harrlsburg 111 where posed by tho number of parties which she has been visiting her daughter Mrs havo caudidateB in the field Yet any Cora Willett Sho says her grand- Â¬ voter can voto a straight party ticket daughter is a sweet little girl and her just as well and in tho machlno tho is Willett straight tickets aro inadq distinct by namo Wanda Juanita Geo Lyddan shipped two car loads of tho colors of the paper on which the Fortu- Â¬ names of tho candidates are printed sheep to louisvillo Saturday In tho machino which was used for ex- Â¬ nately for George the local was lato and periment tho Democratic ticket was of he had tho pleasuro of stopping over till a yellow color while the Republican tho passenger train was duo No place ticket waa red and tho Prohibition liko Guston to somo of us is thero Several couples from our little town ticket was blue When a voter has pushed as many and vicinity attended the reception given buttons aa he has a right to push all I in honor of Mr and Mrs Worland Carter of tho registering machines in tho booth I at tho home of tho brides father A remain locked until ho has passed out J Thompson Wednesday afternoon and another man has taken his place Among them we noticed Miss Rena When the time for closing tho polls Smith and Eugeno Smith Miss Roso arrives thero is no need for tho services Morris and J T Cundiff Miss Helen of a number of poll clerks and inspectors Pollock and Jesso Cunningham and Miss of election to count tho ballots All Ida Shumate and Elisha Smith that is needed is to open a locked com- Â¬ MarredatMt Merino Catholic church partment at tho back of the booth and Wednesday Nov 28 1891 at 11 oclock there is Been on the different registering a in Miss Kate Thompson nnd Worland machines tho exact number of votes Carter Tho brido who is a petite be- Â¬ cast for each candidate There can be witching brunette looked lovely in a no mistake in tho count and tho result light gray cloth trimmed with white of tho election is known right away moiro and lace with hat and gloves to Lexington Leader match Her bouquet waa of white Tim groom feathery chrysanthemums When the children drink bad water looked handsomo in tho conventional and eat too much green fruit or have black suit relieved by a white chrysan Â¬ tho stomach ache or diarrhoea from any themum buttonairo Tho popularity cause you neednt bo alarmed about of the young couple waa made manifest them If you will get a 25c 50c bottlo of by tho presenco of a large crowd of ad Â¬ Dr Bells Anti Flux they will bo at play miring friends who gathered to witness in half hour after the first doso For sale tho ceremony and also by tho seventy by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr five people who partook of tho banquet It HMcMullin McDanlela MMeyer at tho brldea home immediately after Co Buras Geo Heyser Consta- Â¬ tho ceremony at the church The day ntly j A Taylor Rosettaj Drury Bennett following an equally largo crowd of Co Bowley ville Ky W E Brown frienda mingled with tho brido and Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Gar- Â¬ groom at a reception given by Mr Car Â¬ field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky ters paronta near Wobater Hites Run School Hoods Sarsaparilla acting through tho Reports for tho third month just end- blood roaches every part of the system ed as follows and In this way positively cures catarrh Number enrolled In census report 100 Number enrolled in school male 62 Bare to Rise and Come Again femalo 40 total 02 Highest number In Although dofeatod you could not tell school 72 lowest 52 average 01 it by looking at Judge Montgomery Ho Tho people in this district aro enthu Â¬ is tho same genial gontlemau that he has siastic in tho cause of education They always been and thero ia nothing in his support tho teachers in everyway possi Â¬ countenance or action to indicate that ho ble in building up tho school A new baa anything unkind or unploaaant to school house is to be built here for tho say against tho people who opposed him With a new houso When asked to say somothiug about his next school session and proper furniture which will bo furn- Â¬ defeat ho simply laughed nnd said that ished Hites Run will offer a good posi- Â¬ he did not get euough votes The lato tion for Bomo lucky teacher in future Republican landslide will not burry years Ciiintv Royalty Judgo Montgomery Ho Is auro to riso Teacher and come again Wo cannot do without Whenever a druggisttella you he has his usefulness and influence in shaping The something just as good for coughs grip the legislation of this country etc as Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey dont light is too bright and tho illumination you believe it for we guaranteo that it is cannot bo put out by oiio accidental not truo Wo make tho gonulne and landslide Hardin County Independent authorize all druggists to guarantee it Tho E E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky We For sale by Short Haynes Clovtr Olhra port Dr R II McMullin McDaniels Mctncdy WhlcU Co Buras Geo Heyser M Meyer Um4 as Directed Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Insure Co Bowloy ville Ky W E Bennett Safety to LIU 01 Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Mother And Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Child Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Politicians of New York and else where nre much interested in tho Myers ballot machine which was given a public exhibition in New York City ono day last week Mr Myers was present to explain tho mechanism and givo facts and figures for the benefit of the men present Ho said tho machlno had been In uso at a number of places and it had been shown that a machlno paid for Itself by decreasing the cost of elections In about two years Tho first cost of a machine is4S0 It was demonstrated that men could vote at the rate of four a minute with one machine Tho voting machinery is attached to one sido of any iron booth which has ono door through which a voter must pass in nnd out When a voter opens tho door tho movement releases tho locks which are connected with a number of registering machines These aro arranged that thero is ono for each candidate to bo voted for Tho system of locking is so complete that when a voter has pushed a button opposite tho name of ono candidate for Governor for example all of the registered other candidates for Governor aro locked fast Thus a voter can vote once and for only ono candidate for Governor Then he can push a button to cast a voto for a candidate for Mayor and so on down tho entire list of candidates Tho machine will allow him to cast ono voto for a Republican Governor ono voto for a Democratic Mayorone voto for a Labor Sheriff one voto for a Socialistic Alder Â¬ man and so on if he wanta to voto that Mis Mdry Ulauturd Is on the sick list Miss Rose Z Morris1 Was tliu guest of Miss ltettlu Itailscr is vlsltlnng her Geo J Neffand wlfo Sundaj P K Hardaway shipped a car load of iii Icc Mrs Z T Sllth Our singers continue Ihilr good work fiuo hogs to louisvillo last week n threshing nnd spend Tuesday evening learning new Elisha Smith received songs machine from louisvillo Saturday Erncbt Hardaway is home again E K Hardaway is visiting his sister Some attraction here perhaps It is puz of Falls of Rough Mrs Frank Peyton zling whether to note his coming or go Miss Jennie Cox returned Saturday ing aa an item of news from a visit to her sister in Louisville Womens Missionary Society met Wed Miss Roso Z Morris waa tho guest at nesday afternoon tea of Miss Clara Adkisson Thursday Epworth League held a biblo reading Miss Roso ZMorris was the guest at Friday night Miss Buttle Drury went to louisvillo dinner of Mrs Geo J Nefl Thanksgiving this week day Mrs T J Jolly nnd daughter spent Miss Evn Carrigan who has been visitreturned Monday with Mrs R M Jolly at Irvlnging relatlycs in louisvillo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nrv jno c nunnusg THE UNIVERSAL UNDOUBTEDLY OPINION Or ton Kings I take pleaiur in THE BEST itatlnj that Misses Blanche Jolly and Lena Drury visited Miss Moorman at Big Spring Wednesday night Clyde Shumato made a ilying visit homo this week Miss Florence Cain attended the Mcado County Teachers Association held nt Hill Grove Saturday Nov 24 Several of our folks went down to Irvlngton again Saturday afternoon to hear another ono of a scries of lectures now held at that place Miss Ella Duvall of Vine Grove is visiting Miss Lena Drury and Mr Hugh Hardaway Misses Wllliby Moorman and Ruby Miller of Big Spring attended Thanks giving services Ac Thursday Miss Mona Price of Brandenburg camo out Wednerday to spend a few days with Miss Florence Cain Miss Lucy Frank spent several days in the city laBtwcek Mr W J Piggott of Irvlngton wo3 iu town Friday A few young folks were entertained by Miss Blanche Jolly on the evening of Thanksgiving Miss Bettie Cain of Guston attended church here Sunday Miss Jennie Cox left for the city Mon day to spend a couple of weeks with kindred and friends Mr Hunter Hardaway is expected home soon from Dakota where he has been taking nn outing Jack Sprat and his wife attended church Sunday night Cold nnd bleak November brought us Thanksgiving day nnd wo all enjoyed It too The Epworth Lcaguo entertained us an hour with an Interesting ap Â¬ propriate program after which Bro Cundiff gave us ono of his best sermons The League and a few other friends dined with the family of their president W H Cain Jr T J Jolly has always been accustomed to use horses on his farm until lately there has come unto his possession n pair of mules Thinking these perfectly gentle last Friday ho hitched them to his new wagon took Mrs Jolly up on tho spring scat beside him and started to All went woll to Irvington on a visit Mr Trlpletts when passing there Toms horses thinking it rather a novel sight for Mr Jolly to be driving mules came gayly down to tho fence to see about it This caused a desiro for playfulness in tho mules and they started off at full speed that at first was quickened by a sharp lick of the whip Away they ran giving them quite n lively ride Fortu- Â¬ nately they stopped In timo to prevent any damago of any kind Mr Jolly says mules aro not like horoes any way Mies Bettio Drury was married to Mr Bob McGlothlan of Irvington last Wed Â¬ nesday evening in Louisville Wo do not know the color or etylo of her dress but are very sure she looked lovely and tho groom was justly proud of her They camo down to Irvlngton Friday and out to Bewleyvlllo to her fathers Sunday to dinner May theirs bo a long and happy life Rov G F Cundiff filled his monthly appointment Sunday preaching a fine sermon from tho text Ho saved others Math xxvil himself he cannot save 12 Ho preached also at night Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ROYAL GERMETUER Â¬ lias been of great benefit to ma In catarrhnl trouble and nerroui prostration It Is quit tasting very much Ilka lemonade doubtedly tlio pleasantto take Is un and I BEST TONIC KNOW OF A A Successful Meeting On IlAitDiNsnuitn Ky Dec 1st 1804 Nov Mth II C Hook pastor with Revs G W St Clair and Thurman Richardson closed a three weeks meet Â¬ ing with Pleasant Grovo congregation near Garfield Ky Tho attendance was largo and the attention was excellent Tho Holy Spirit waa present and tho church has been Â¬ Xotasulga Ala The very pltaiant taste and harmless na- Â¬ ture of Royal Uermetuer Its singular merits and unquestioned superiority recommend It to Intelligent people everywhere aa the safest surest and best remedy known to medical science for the relief and cure of Indigestion Nervous Dyspepsia Catarrh Rheumatism tieas kidney and bladder Troubles Bowel Fevers and all Malarial Dlsor Somplalnts 6 for MX0 Bold by Drucjlsts for toning up anil Inrlcoratlne the Human jsteuu John c uunnuss Editor Universalis Herald Kings Rojal Germetuar Co Atlanta Ga Correctly weekly by 1umphrcy ft Laufcr Iro duce Commission Merchants ato Second btbet Main and Market Louisville Ky greatly revived and encouraged Twenty three persons all adulta and half of whom arc heads of families mado proMedium fessions of religionand twenty of whom Creamery EQQS C P Church and nineteen joined tho Fresh received tho ordinance of baptism DEANS Tho Sacrement of the Lords Supper Michigan hand picked was administered to a large number of Indiana Navy and colored communicants at tho close of tho revival Old or Common FEATHERS Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY Nov 27 1694 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with snippers name and poit offlcs address BUTTER 16 18 Choice country 10 11 24 20 WA 1 1 to 22 6 75 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 35 2 20 X 15 a 25 00 1 1 TOB1NSPORT IND Mrs Trtme white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck Vina Rogers is improving very slowly moved to tho Wilber farm Ciuiuolton John will have plenty of territory if nothing else GAME 75 to John Harris has lUlLits Squirrels HIDES Green pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skin Kooiters per lb 3 4 to 00 00 3f 7 Thero is a special choir being trained 10 30 for tho singing at tho Farmers Institute UA with Bona Sanders as leader POULTRY 6 5 lb A protracted meeting begins at tho liens per 1 25 2 00 Spring Chickens per doz Methodist church to day DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES Apples average Detectives Needed Here Apples old SuperintendeU Chas Ainge of tliu Peaches new National Detective Bureau Indianapolis Peaches old WOOL Ind announces that tro or threo capa ble and trustworthy men nre needed in Tub washed this county to act oa nrivato detectives Orease fine Experience in Urease coarse under his instructions Merino tho work is not necessary to success Burry and Cuts Ho edits a largo criminal paper and will MISCELLANEOUS send it with full particulars which will Tallow explain how you may enter tho profes- Â¬ Beeswax sion by addressing him at Indianapolis Sorghum Molasses Ind HAY ORAIN FEED Â¬ Apples choice bright quarters hi to 5 to i to 5 4 21 15 ii 10 10 30 We quote prices to day on Louisville olty OATS 32 36 13 00 12 00 11 00 5 50 wharf No 2 ts UAY efaote CHRISTMAS GIFTS IN Strictly JUWEIUY COM AM lMIIXKMIS Choice No 2 Good Medium u Good Bright Straw 10 50 11 00 10 00 4 76 CORN stum holce white Choloe shelled 42J 40 siivcuwAiti oujinrrs or AIIT Our Astortments this Year arc larger ami More Ilcautlful than liver before stiiiii CATTLE Oood to extra shipping- Light shipping Best Butcher - Medium to good butchers HOOS 4 Choice packing and batchers 4 Fair to good 8 Roughs Sboats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 4 3 3 3 00 50 40 00 80 4 25 3 75 3 05 3 25 5 4 0 5 00 SO 85 50 75 76 00 gj8gjgj CLOVKIUOUT KY F N DIIUY SUEEP Goes to extra shipping Fair te good LAMBS Good to extra spring Fair to good 2 00 2 76 2 25 2 50 4 60 2 60 4 76 4 00 R Laulsvilef St Louis Texas R Co E W Bagby a prominent Uwyor of Paducah Ky saya that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cured his chlldron of whoop Â¬ ing cough when all things elso failed Its a new remedy for all coughs For Haynes Cloverport Dr salo by Short R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Heyser Constan Â¬ Co Buras Geo tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennott Co Bewleyvlllo Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky JOE GRAY IS AGAIN BEHIHD THE BARB IN THE HARDINS- EURO JAIL In UTO I I SCHEDULE TIME Tnklusx Uffcct M CQ0 oclclc A U Sunday Dec 17 1893 22 means so much more than y you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Poor Health Kaprs Kxprs Dally 6 30nm 6 45 7 2S Wul Bound Train 6l 83 Mail ft Dally 7 45am Kail Bound Traint STATIONS U M Hsprs Hipr Mall A 800 IvUnn TJO 7 47 7 65 804 813 8 21 8 30 8 38 8 45 417 OZS 93 9 45 8 8 0 9 40 43 00 07 West Point Howard Roc Haven IongUranch llrandenburg Irvlngton Webster B ron Guston ptar Kentucky bt Dally 112 Dally 30pm 15 35 30 8 8 lz 11 60am 7 7 1147 45pm 30 964 1004 1014 1020 10 28 1033 10 34 1060 10 63 1106 1132 1124 1116 1107 1069 1060 1041 10 IS 714 7 07 658 6 48 6 40 Detective Wills Picks Him Up Guarded to Keep Him From Being Mobbed Jail f greatest gift health Dont play with Natures out oJ lorltw and generally 9 09 9 24 9 31 865 900 914 917 Stephensport Holt Cloverport Hawesvllle Falcon Cayce Lewlsport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlngton Head Spottsvllle Griffith Shops St Iman Addison Lodiburir Pierce Ssulplo 1033 1020 1011 10 06 630 614 606 S6T Hjounrefetllnjf Youpg Wives MOTHERS M mllMRMt ol TO FRIEND lit hit Ntmr d RtHf W mMy Wf mj My wife used only two bottles She was easily and qukkly relieved is now ilolnsr solendldlv J S MORTON HajloW N C balbrHprtwer tutil UMBI m rmlrt ftt nrte r IM Mf itttata Dec 1 Joo Gray llAcuissTrtJno colored waa brought hero ono day last veek and lodged in jail by detective Wills of Cloverport Gray was found In Louisvillo working in a brick yard Wills spotted him there some timo ago Gray is charged with shooting with In Ono night abouftwo years tent to kill Ago he shot Ids wlfo twice with a pistol Ho had not nd fled the country beeu heard of until Wills took him up several days ago Grays wlfo did not die from the shooting but she lingered for Her father mouths before sho got well offered 50 reward for Graya arrest The all waa guarded hero ull night last Fri- Â¬ day night the jailer having received in formation that a mob waa forming in the country to eomo and take Gray out and There Is a bitter feeling hang him parties against him among certain ia the country who still believe ho murdered Emily Davis soma years ago They think bis punishment has not beeu Grey will sufficient or that crime yet Ve ttied at February court i Browns Iron Bitters f V k ex- - WW 9 48 933 662 6 45 6 40 6 36 9 43 9 23 nauiica nervon hive no appetite mid ralit work Begin at oncetak In E the moat iclla hie tieiielhcnlnc Jiueillcliiewhlchla J 1 94J 064 10 02 1007 1012 10 1116 1124 1130 1134 624 6 2l 509 4 letrle 914 908 9 04 8 68 8 40 8 25 1018 1035 ten ties cure benefit comti from he J 1 ery urn wu A lew Dot j 48 1059 1109 11 wont ttjin ytur Itt Ik pleasant tu take anil tla 1119 1125 1133 108 1145 1263pm 114 11 H 1140 1163am 1212pm 1222 1283 1238 12 42 1260 1267 1 30pm 802 7 64 7 51 7 43 7 35 7 27 815 69 4 61 4 45 4 42 4 36 4 20 4 08 4 00 347 3 41 337 330 3 23 It Cures Dvsnensla Neuralgia Kidney and Liver 10am arHcnderan lvl Basetts 719 7 05am 316 310 2 65pm Troubles LouIsvIIIeHadinsburgWestern No 3 TIME TABLE R R Constipation Bad Ulood Nervoua ailments 4 Malaria womens complaints 17 It ti rrnMttl red Ant It 0iinln lines on the wrapper Alt olheta arc tub- - 1 atltutci un receipt oi ivro ic iHmpi s wlll sew set of Ten DcautUul Worlds I Fair Views and book lire TAKING EFFECT JULY 30 1891 r West Hound Trains Dally Dally STATIONS ex bun ex Sun Kast Hou I S i No5 BROWN CHEMICAL CO lmWWfSV jtiijr fit BALTIMORE MO SVvZ CM FATPEOPLEyr No laeoavusteacs from aay Ulurious subttuu slb4 XJLfTIXCI RBflUITS r SHBIMr 100am Lv lrvloglen Ar 140 uarneia lUrned 1664m llardlasburs 212 Kirk 1248 Jolly W Glendeso 18 2fi Nol 3sS ex Sunt No I No 9 Seam 1 Trains Dally 1 rsiii-- -j t MmBSBSSSti UUI mTia IMotOM MM0M ii V lS uu J I if 2 2 244 IV ArPwsiUeLv arFallsRoushlv Kocavaie Kuta Asklaa Dtmutw Ajj -- v HsbP 5 WJI lil tfHri krMiniWrim4M ifio nmmnmm iimiMHmM1 iTHB BRROKRNRIDG SfitfS OLOYRftPORt K III I IIHIH uitmumimutitmutmmumummuimimuiim CHRISTMAS 72 T3 K LET US ALL REJOICE FOR THIS IS THE MERRY SEASON IS oonvciisra In all his Glory r to U SANTA CLAUS will be found at SULZERS Store a kjS JI HE IS THERE TO MAKE YOU HAPPY Now Papa Now Mamma ro Remember the little Tots SULZERS fcan supply their several wants at a small outlay -- 1 Who shall be remembered first on the list- - The Baby Well here is Babys list Yes the Baby comes first iij t fit wi Now comes the Girls China Dolls Eubber Dolls Wax Dolls Bow wows Tabby Cats Jocko Rubber Rings Rattlers Building Blocks ki MM Now for the Boys 7- Banks Balls Wagons Candy Oranges Fruits Dolls Doll Dishes Pianos Kitchen Sets Lunch Baskets A nice Book Real Stoves to Cook on Candy Nuts Fruits Cakes Dishes Tea Sets fAfik Vi WA- iy - w - lg 1 0 Picture Books J Work Boxes Ringo Nice Jewelry Te-- a ots of nice things foil i the Baby ZWfL For Girls For Young Ladies For Young Men Bicycles Collar and Cuff Boxes Railroad Trains Wagons Guns Pistols Over Coats Base Ball Outfits Drums Banks Games Books of Adventures fP IIjr Hunters Outfit Cigars and Pipes Jewelry Skates Over Coats u0L Parlor Lamps Art Albums Perfume Bottles t Pin Trays Bisque M Clothing Furnishings Scarf Pin Gloves Ties Knife Shaving Outfits For Father Shaving Sets Tobacco PipeB Box of Cigars Lantom Blacking Sets Night Robo Over Coat Gloves Match Safe Pocket Knife Razor Bronze Figures Bric-a-bra- ri m Fire Crackers Nice Suit of Clothes Now Oomes Mother She must be well remembered Silver Wure Dinner Sets Napkins Gloves Handkerchiefs Tablo Cloths Lace Curtain Tablo Cutlery Nico China Ware Tea Sets Pepper and Salt Collars Oyster Bowls Chamber Sets Jewelry Comb Trays CloaksNice Dress Pattern 1 c Parlor Nut Picks Jewel Boxes Water Sets Pictures Rugs New Carpet Scissors Banquet Lamps Brass Tea Kettle and Stand Coal Vases Nico China Ware to brighten up tho Table For Grandma Milk and Mush Set Slippers Dress Spectacles Nico Cup and Saucer Ovorahoes Basket of Nico Fruits For Grandpa Pipes Spectacles New Hat Over Coat Cane Mufller Good Books Now Black Tie Our Store will be gaily decked for the occasion and lots of nice things will be 0 ov r nnno wu l vwjlii nnf clijlu ui nig jvjujloii All are cordially invited to visit SANTA CLAUS at ljjwy Tr-i-i-- rir c fi i r-- - t TrmifoalT oH cljljlu - l---- i-r- r- - UU1 II IClJLUb W1L11 yUU - - - J -- x tt---- - s SULZERS STORE imzzzzzzuzmm S M vjfc 4 k luyffiiypi Jijpiiiiiiii1 imppiiiy n JJipinpniMi iijmwmiiuin tWPIsPk Vf T M THB BRROKRNRLirQEX NEWS OLOYRHPOHT KY Awarded Highest HonorsWorlds Pair IR Riedel fc Co for layer figs New link enfls at Babbagos No w collars cuffs Babbagos Mr Barnet Illlard Is very sick X mas goods In abundanco Babbngc Something new in suupendorB at Bab bagos 25 conta PRESTON Â¬ gels n ticket on tho big doll CREAM at Babbages It O Perkins can supply your wants in the feed line Elijah Wheally fell and broke his arm one day last week Several loads ot new toboacco camo in Monday and yesterday Wo are going to pay tho fiddler and you danco 02 High St Nothing foxy about our way of doing business Short Haynes Albert Lailelst finished up tho cupola ot St Rose church Monday Good assortments you can find in all the lines I carry Babbago Let tho little children seo Santo Clans and his Reindeers at Sulzert Riedel Co will havo a cholco lot of fruit and candy for Christmas Anybody can afford to bo clean if ho Haynes buys soap of us Short Tho latest Shoo Laco Ties a pair goes freo with every 300 Shoe Sulzers Corao to our storo as a matter of cdu cation you can learn a great deal Short Haynes Come and mako a twenty fivo cent purchaso and get a ticket on tho big doll at Babbagos Trade with us and your pocket book wont havo any grounds for complaint Short Haynes All parties wishing photos finished for Christmas should call before tho loth at the Knight Studio Well What Is tho world coming to from the looks of Sulzers store it is com ing nigh to Christmas Your Creator is your Redeemer Robt Browning Seo that picture in tho front of Popnams Saloon Santa Claus has now arrived at Sulzers He brought lots after his long journoy of things for the little ones Thos Pato living three miles from town on tho Owensboro road has struck a good vein of coal on his place Como and seo my lino and you will certainly become convinced that I carry tho very best and latest Babbage Tho early bird catches Iho worm tho early buyers get tho pick out of our tempting assortment of Christmas goods Sulzers f A BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE Free pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Wo had a glorious rain at last Jabcz Is continually saying Grace now a day Tho Mayor Dolivors Himsolf of a Bud Graham promising young Vir Mossago In Which Ho Lays ginian is visiting relatives hero Mrs Dr Frymiro invited a few friends Down Cortain to cat Thanksgiving turkey with her Mrs Harnuy fltilllantl is at homo from Toblnsport whero sho has boon teach Â¬ Linos For tho Council to Work By ing music Tho Town Out of Mrs S W Basset t and Mrs J Robin sou spout Thanksgiving with friends near Dobt Walnut Grove Mrs Win Frymiro Is very proud of tho photos her husband had taken In And Monoy to Throw at tho Birds Cloverport tho other day Lovy for Noxt Yoar 40 Conts Our pupils ore rehearsing and drilling prcpatory for an entertainment to bo and 100 Poll Tax given at the closo of school December Â¬ THE COUNCIL FIRE AT TROY Ono IND Woman Roscucd Willi Difficulty Flamos From Tho Groat ATTORNEY Office Gus Brown OLOVERPORT KY with - 21st AT LAW David R Murray East end of Iron Urldge Notice to Subscribers The date on the label Indlcatei the time to This serves which your subscription is paid both at a receipt an expiration notice every week Kxamlne the date printed after vour name on the margin of thla paper and see If It it correct If not correct please to let ut know If your time hat expired plcise renew atonce Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 1894 DECEMBER 5 LOCAL BREVITIES Dates at Riedel Cos The big doll at Babbages Now neckwear at Babbagos Now stylo collars at Babbagos Gloves for X rnas gifts at Babbagos California prunes at tho City Bakery Watch for that Christmas ad C2 High St Canned goods of overy kind at tho City Bakery Little hands need somo of Sulzers warm mittens Judgo Mercer was down to see Judgo Murray Saturday Harrison Dellnvcn is building a cot-Â¬ tage out in Eastland Undo Sammy Johnson will have a salo on his farm Dec 20 Louis Adams has gone to Louisville to clerk in a furniture store Notice Go to Riedel Cos for your Christmas candies and fruit All the latest novelties in photos can he had at tho Knight studio Make a beo line for one of those lovely hats at Miller Lightfoots Born Dec 4th to the wife of Benedict Beavin a fine boy the sixth The derrick for the new gas well is up Boring well commence next week Matters not tho amount of your pur- Â¬ chase It is appreciated Babbage You can get the very latest in collars cuffs neckwear Shirts at Babbages A great cut in ladies fine shoes prices cut in two seo A M K up stairs at Sulzers Dreams of joy and happiness Ho in our Christmas display awaiting your orders Sulzers There are five Saturdays five Sundays and five Mondays in this month all fall Â¬ ing together Mr Joseph Adkisson passed through town Monday enroute to his new homo in Daviess county Christmas thoughts combined with economoic thoughts are found among Sulzers fancy goods Thoso Now Montello and Aureole photos are beauties You can get them at tho Knight Studio You will crano your neck clap your hands when you seo our display of Christmas goods Sulzers Somo may not knew what 02 High St is It is tho onliest saloon in Cloverport B Beavin Trop 02 High St I would rather have a snako and lizard factory on tho outside than the old stock bl reptiles on tho inside 02 High St Mr Beverly reports tho farmers down on Blackford all busy burning plant beds and making preparation for a big crop of tobacco KM- - PERSONAL Eugene Vest went to Louisville Sunday Father NIehous went to Cannelton Monday Dr A Bishop returned to Louisville last week Mrs 0 B Eilllman Is visiting her parents at Morganfleld Misses Nannie and Sillio Murray went to Louisville Thursday Sheriff Ken Rhodes of Ilardlnsburg was In the city yerterday II D Mr Stein of Owensboro spent Thanksgiving in this city O F Redmnn of Oirentboro spent Sunday with W 0 Allen and wlfo Mrs James Meador went to Roma Friday to visit her ucelo A J Bryant Henry Carman went oq to Gas City Ind last week looking out a location Mr Samuel Suhor sr Louisville was the guest of Mr J 0 Nolts last week came up Reuben A Miller Onensboro Monday night to see Judge Murrray Miss Lillte Scott Ilardlnsburg Is tho guest of Mr and Mrs Martin S Whltford W V Bowmer loaves this week for Madls onvllle Ky to visit his brother Frank Prof Walton L Wheeltr spent Sunday In Rockport Ind the guest of May Connor Col Allx Bullitt M Bullitt Mr Hopper and S L Sulrur arrived in the city last night Mill Etta English Roberts Bottom was the guest of Capt and Mrs English last week Mr A P Bayslngor and sister Miss Viola Frank Ilardlnsburg were in town last week J B Pace jr of Louisville Is in the city Amos Board Ilardlnsburg was In the olty Monday Mrs Elvira Babbage went to Cannellton yesterday to visit her niece Mrs Elisabeth i Haerlng Roy Ileyter and his friend Henry Burnett oatne down from Louisville and spent Thanks Â¬ giving Mrs Blanche Mostly of Ilardlnsburg is visiting Mrs Wm Hall and attending the meeting Mrs M T Larkins and son Styron of Ovrensboro are the guests of her sister Mrs Guard Roberts Mrs N T Basiham and children went to Union Star Mouday to visit her mother Mrs John Roberts J E English who was here last week in the Interest of the Paducah Trust Co went to Louisville Monday Mr M Ilambleton and wlfo returned Mon Â¬ day from a three weeks visit to relatives In Henderson and Oreen River Mrs E J Bandy Union Star and Mrs Aint this nice thats just what everybody says thats just what you are - Oh I v tr f V5pn going to say when you see our Christmas display Sulzers There aro Good and noble men stand Â¬ ing behind tho bar of Fophams saloon and all you havo to do is to ask for what you want and you will get it You will rub your eyes as if in a dream You will think you havo been ushered into a land of enchantment when you gaze on our Christmas display Sulzers When the eyes of other people aro on Fophams saloon the eyes of Fophams saloon aro on other people and tho best plan is for evorybody to Saw wood and say nothing Newer in the history of Sulzers never in the history of Clcvorport never in the recollection ol the oldest inhabitants were there such a tempting display of Ghrtetmas goods as now at Sulzers W H Thurman shipped to Louisville hut Sunday fifteen head of hogs for which he got 4 CO per hundred Mr Thurmau raised thl season 076 bushels ot corn on twenty acres of hill Jaud Who can beat thl Beaedlct Beavin lias moved the old Brallayped saloon house along side of his saloon and made a good substantial house out of it He will opsasp a bar Â¬ ber shop 1h the front rooaa aad nee the book room era eigar factory Kate Jarrett Stephensport spent Thanksgiv Â¬ ing with Mrs Clayton Croison Rev Qolnn of Ilardlnsburg who has been attending the meeting here for the past week left for Evansvllle last night YT L Mfroe of Pellvllle and Mr Dugan were in the olty yesterday tho Henderson guests of Thos L Wroe Mr U 0 Yeager returned to Rock Haven Monday night after a visit of a few days to his mother Mrs S 0 Yeager Mr A II Bergenrath and wife of Troy Ind were the guests of Prof J II Logan and wife last Saturday and Sunday Mr Jas L Falrliegh Brandenburg Mr D W FalrlUgh and son Houston Louisville were hero Sunday to see Judgo Murray Stark HajBM and two oMIdren of Ilarned itaae dpwn Monday to vUlt his sister Mrs Henry Davis Mr Haynes lost his wife re owtly and leaves him with throe small child Â¬ ren The many friends of Mr A M MeCraeken Uesaral fivporlnUadaat of the Texas will ba glad to know that he Is again at his of duty very mwh l raproted In health aftr Beathi raoatten with his wife at 014 Point pt Cafwt Th Worlds Fair Tests m put mtmgwr w m fnvrf mm Im hmv tin frymL Frank Syd tamo up from OweoiWe and spent Sunday wU his wWe and abildraa Mr yd Us toHendartaa kw ha wtll ba for lb next tlxtj Ujrs Uck ftsM f tba bay a frets tkU town who has Um m aUatlf dutf iisM ba rMivl Ms aiay C bsaffya4 that a lovy of 40 cents worth of property bo made cents for sinking fund and 20 cento general fund and 100 head tax City Treasurer O T Skillmau was allowed 2 00 n month for his services as Treasurer It was ordered that street lights bo put up at Sklllmans bridge and at tho cast end of tho railroad bridgo It was ordered that all the remaining school bonds bo taken up and paid off Tho interest on tho railroad bonds amounting to 500 was ordered paid Saloon license was granted Benedict Beavin A communication from Father Niohaus in regard to tho condition of Chestnut street was referred to tho street com- Â¬ mittee Judgo Gregory was allowed 17 for services Judgo City Court Claims amounting to 7505 woro al- Â¬ lowed for grading and graveling Center street G W Jordan was allowed 3070 for services as Marshal and fees J II Moorman 25 for making assessment of city and writing up tho book R B Fierce was allowed 8 for rent of colored school building John Batt 12 for lighting street lamps for the month of November Adam Moorman coloredwas exempted from paying poll tax for 1694 Dr R L Nowsom was before tho council and said certain pieces of prop Â¬ erty for which ho was agent had beon advertised by tho city marshal for salo for cortain taxes Ho said tho Collector had never presented sarno to him for payment That tho monoy was in his hands and ho was ready to pay them when a statement of such taxes was presented to him for payment Ho further warned the council that if any of tho property was offered for salo ho would hold tho council responsible Marshal Jordan in reply to Dr Now Â¬ som said ho had duly notified Dr Nowsom to call at his office and pay his taxes and gave him ample time in which to settle before advertising This tho Doctor had failed to do hence ho could do nothing but advertise and sell The council agreed that thoy had no jurisdiction in tho case and refused to take any action in the matter Mr Jordan says ho will sell tho prop- Â¬ erty for taxes and costs unless they are paid bofore tho day of sale Dr Newsom says ho will pay tho taxes with tho 0 per cont penalty but nary dime for costs So here is a clianco for somo fun Newsom has no lovo for Jor- Â¬ dan and on tho other hand Jordan has nono for Newsom so they aro as cross as two sticks and if thoy botli persist in The marriage of Mr Morris Beard their wrangle there is liabio to bo trou- Â¬ cashier of tho Bank of Ilardlnsburg and ble Miss Salllo Murray of this city is an- Â¬ But does all this relieve tho poor tax Â¬ nounced for next Wednesday Dec 12 at payers who havo had to undergo tho the reshlencQ of Mrs Rena W Graham mortification of having their property Louisville advertised simply from the fact that aro not Tho fellow who sent in the following their agent and tho tax collector on speaking terms to the Shelby News must havo been among tho late lamented He certainly Only a few moro weeks and somo llttlo meant business Wanted To marry Doll and somo a girl who has got a farm or a girl that girl will get that pretty boy will get that little steam Engine has got money onough to buy a farm Writo your essays now as the contest will soon close Sulzers This town aud the farmers especially are to be congratulated We have in this Still a Semoorat city two of the largest tobacco dealetri in St Louis Mo Dec 2 J D Badiiacir the country strong and substantial firms My Dear Sib Please change the ad Â¬ both of them and tjiey are iu the mar Â¬ ket for tobaooo We refer to tho Ameri Â¬ dress of my paper from No 4123 Feck can Tebaeeo Company represented by street to No 1603 Washington avenue Mr J D Braabear and Mr J B Paee Mrs Evans and mother arrived this Jr repreeeated by Mr J P Beverly morning from Cloverport and report the It te bo trouble for a farmer to sell his good old town as njfghtly convalescent tobacco in this market if he is willing to from the terrible relapse taken on Nov We are still an ardent exponent take trie market price The buyers are flth here ready and anxlow to buy and they of the gloriow principles of Democracy are prepared to handle large quaUtee and oonfideatly expect to see the good Bring your tobacco along araiei sell old party of truth honesty and justice Jtj get it off your band get your nosey ride a foiling wave of victory in I860 Yottw Truly ensue lor another atop Ifetvt DaVjefAWUH bold hr Maser nrieea It doesnt par was ordered Mr Wm Allen is still suffering greatly with a cancer on one of his hands al Â¬ though ho is now able to bo up and about Miss Blanche Frymiro lias returned from a delightful visit to friends at Owensboro consequently somebody re- Â¬ joices Sirocco you certainly do not mean to say farewell but rather au revolr to the readers of tho News You must not desert us that way Messrs Carlt Richardson Percy Beard Dr Wm Mllner and others compriso a hunting party that has beon ranging hereabouts in quest of game Our weekly debates are attracting more and moro interest as they progress Everybody will bo made wolcome so give us your presence next Tuesday night Prof J D Morgan paid us his regular annual visit last week and delighted tbo children with his inimitablo Punch and Judy whilo tho music by Messrs Stew- Â¬ art Elder Morgan etc was greatly en Â¬ joyed by all J E Keith Son of Cloverport havo designed a beautiful monument to mark tho grave of little Harold Sherley Grah Â¬ am who is so sweetly sleeping in his narrow homo In tho Bruner cemetery Tho monument will bo erected at once Supt Driskell paid our school a visit one day last week Ills timely remarks and advice wore much appreciated by leachei and pupils Wo most heartily hopo that ho w 111 call again boforo tho school closes Ho paid us a very nice compliment as regards attendance at- Â¬ tention and ability of tho pupils Once again death entered our midst and has taken another loved ono in his icy embrace Mrs Conrad Bruner de Â¬ parted this life Nov 10th and was inter- Â¬ red in tho Bruner cemotery tho follow- Â¬ ing day Tho deceased was an aged lady and had reared a largo family of girls and boys now grown to manhood and womanhood Mr Conrad Bruner died a few years since and they aro now slcepiugsido by side It is useless to offer condolence to those bereaved child ren as wo know their sorrow is ono that only time can assuage They havo in Â¬ deed lost their best friend and ono that always proved true But you surely would not wish iter to remain here al Â¬ ways you would not deny nor take from hor the peace sho is now enjoying Sho had completed her lifes work fulfilled her earthly requirements and we trust heard in soft accents tho words of the As loving Saviour saying Well dono wo stood viewing tho last sad obsequies at tho cemotery tho thought struck me who will bo tho next One by ono wo are passing over and we know not what hour wo may be called It behoves us all thereforo to be prepared and to havo our lamps trimmed and brightly burn- Â¬ ing Wo quite envy thoso correspondents who havo so many brilliant weddings to write of and so many beautiful brides to describe Wo liavntbad a wedding for many a day but never mind there is al Â¬ ways a calm before a storm and wo pre- Â¬ dict a cold wavo about Christmas bring- Â¬ ing with it tho n3ws of Beveral happy weddings Oh yes wo did hear of an elopement the other day The parties residing no great distance from horo Mr Itobert Norton and Miss Mary Phil pot being tho contracting parties Miss Phllpots father disapproved of tho match but lovo laughs at disassontlng fathers as well as it does at locksmiths so tho young people hied themselves off to Brandenburg and were made one This is not Mr Nortons first matrimon Â¬ ial venturo as it lias been only a abort timo sluco ho led another fair maid to the bymenial altar But it seemed aa though they woro united for worse in Â¬ stead of bettor As they could not agree they agreed to disagree and that is how Mr Norton found himself again seeking a spouse Â¬ Nowsom and Jordan Havo a Tilt Claims and Accounts Tho City Council met in regular sesÂ¬ sion Monday night Members all pres- Â¬ ent Minutes of previous meeting read and approved Mayor Barry read his proclamation in which ho made somo good suggestions for tho government ot tho city and tho management of its finances Ho said the city was now ready to liquidate all of the school bonds and tho only debt re Â¬ maining against tho tow u was tho 20000 shop bonds Ho recommended that a sinking fund bo created for tho payment of theso when they fell due and that a Sinking Fund Commissioner bo appoint Â¬ ed with tho power to tako up ono or moro of theso bonds at his pleasure He further recommended that a city engi Â¬ neer bo employed to superintend tho street work That ho would hereafter oppose any and all street work unless it was dono according to law Ho said ho was tired of seeing money squandered in this direction any longer Clerk DHuy reported that tho present assessment of city property amounted to something near 5I2000 showing an in creaso over last years assessment of 32 000 Ppccial Ou ENsiionii Ky Dec I Troy Ind n small river town twenty fivo miles above her was visited by a very disastrous conflagration n 4 oclock this morning Gcorgo Dondlngers res deuce saloon and llvory stablo and two residences tho property of F Llndorman together with their contents were com Â¬ pletely destroyed Loss on houses about Other 10000 only partly insured losses arc very heavy especially on liv Â¬ ery stock Tho fire started In Dondlngers stablo and by a tramp Mrs Dondlnger was rescued from her homo with much dlfiiculty after being badly burned u Come Right Iri As old boy 9 Sulzers remarked to Santa Olaus when lie met the jolly Come Right In To Sulzers And Grandest Holiday Exhibit of Books Toys Dolls Christmas presents Â¬ see what they induced Santa to leave for the Holiday Festivities Come Where the Season is Remembered Sulzers will make you feel that the good old days are here again If you are needing anything in the way of an It on the Ever shown the city in 100 for 1S95 20 Overcoat Overshoes Underwear Overshirts Furnishing Of any kind Goods SHOES The best in the market See our Big Doll HATS OR OARS In any style we can please you with Babbage a nice new line Given away We also have a beautiful line of Ladies January 31st and Misses Shoes in Square Toe and Tip from 150 up We will take pleasure in showing you the Latest Novelties when ever you come to see us WsVH sisisisisisiBsHHBslK Very Respectfully B F BEARD HARDINSBURG KY CO Dont Tobacco JAMES B PACE Jr Spit And txONT think of buy- ing silverware be fore visiting our store xur present prices no more represent the value of tho goods than the price of bar silver vrever havo we shown such an assortment of fine plated ware The display brist- Â¬ les with bargains -- Stommer and buyer of - Both Red AND Smoke Your Life Away BurleyTobacco Pierces Factory JN0 P BEVERLY Clowport Manager Ky Take No-to-Bac Guaranteed Tobacco iTABLERSnil BUCK EYE i Habit Cure FOR SALE BY OINTMENT A SURE I III U P CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES wisdom T Here is this class in buying of goods from a reli Â¬ able dealer Our reputation recom Â¬ mends us OLQVEnPORT KY KINCHELOE BOARD DruggUts I and CERTAIN CURE III yaars as tna BEST REMEDY fcr PILES R8IB BT AKI KVSM1a ttmtU to MtfUlMNl sJIOLK known far F N DUUY WANTED Sfekm 500000 ftWttfctflWUKtt KY Htokory Hardimburg -- M-ai f ii- tiiiiwlniMtitB i ijm4i4 gHjnr iFtnimiiiiivtiiliii wwmttnmlDI - iTr rafrni rim feRoitfeMSiittQa Maws oio vmzPotLK Teacher Association Obituary Union Star Ky Nov 24 M F The 3rd Magisterial Association met at Union Star Nov 24th 1894 French son of E and Emily B French Opening remarks by County Superin Â¬ Born in Brcckenridgo county Ky Juno 10 1870 and died at tho homo of his tendent Then tho Association moved to have a parents Nov 21 189 1 at 4 oclock a m secretary appointed and Mrs Dora Hen- Â¬ Tho death angel has visited our home dry was appointed for tho meeting and tightening his icy clutches around Misses ono of tho brightest best loved of its Next enrollment pf members Mary D Basham Llllio Avitt Blanche occupants ho carried away n bright Basham AUIo Cart Lena Gllliland Ada noblo man of 2 1 years 5 months 5 days Hanks Mrs Chas OGraham MrsSA old just in tho prime of life and so left Hendry L B McCubblns 0 F Cash a vacancy in our homo and hearts that man Nowsom Gardner I B Payne J can never be filled He loft this country for Groveton F Jarboe Arthur Mattlngly and Jas A Texas on Jan 23 1802 and there ho Alien First topic for discussion Object of stayed 1 year 11 months and 5 days teachers association by County Super Whilo there ho taught an eight months intendent Commented upon by Messrs school and put all his salary which was 000 In tho Baptist church at Groveton Payne Jarboe and Dora G Hendry Next subject Advanced Reading by Texas willi tho exception of what he L B McCubblns on account of tho ab sent homo to his parents to pay his in Â¬ eenco of tho teacher assigned primary debtedness in this county Ho was reading Mr McCubblns choso the latter told by tho Spirit of God and by his word in preferenco after which followed a to settle tho last mite before ho offered spirited discussion by tho members of his sacrifice before His altar Ho was tho association J F Jarboo gavo somo minister of that church 11 months until excellent ideas concerning tho word his affliction became bo great that he was brought home December 18 1893 He method Tho association for noon to convene at was at home 11 months and never was 1 p in suffering bomo with greater patlonco Advanced spelling by I B Payne than was his never did a murmur cscapo Discussion by tho association Next his lips Ho was possessed of perfect calmness and consciousness up to tho primary spelling by association Ends to be sought by reading and moment of his death Wo feel that his spoiling taken up by C F Cashman as mission on earth was completed his tho member who was assigned being ab- Â¬ work was finished Ho had lived long enough to fulfill tho heavenly will and sent Importanco of public schools by Jas so depart and bo with Christ was far Allen who dollvered a very interesting better than to live longer in this world and instructive talk The next two sub- Â¬ of sorrow and suffering When a few jects wcro omitted as tho members were hours previous to bis death ho looked at all and smiled and said with a happy absent A splendid paper was read by Mrs yet tired and suffering expression ChasOGraham whodelivcredagood talk Mother I want We must all look to God for we have on teaching civil government whilo Jas Allen and Jas Jarboe added many more a just God and ho had a just cause in taking our dear son and brother away good points After which tho associa tion listened to a well formed paper by Wo must look to Him who has so wisely Miss Ada Hanks subject Tho Teachers wounded to bind our bleeding hearts with that healing balm grace duty Ho leaves a mother and father five A motion was mado and carried that the remainder of tho program bo omitted brothers five sisters and many relatives except school grading which was ably and friends to mourn his loss But may wo all in this our first great trouble discussed by Mrs Hendry When the association had offered sev Â¬ learn to look upon his grave as but the eral points and asked many questions a footprints of an angel and to think of brief talk was given by the County Sup him as ono of tho angels around Gods erintendent who urged upon each teacher great whito throne is the earnest prayer tho necessity of their best attempts to of his sister Birdie leave a record so their successor might Whenever the little children the la- be proud to find a book to guide him in flfna ftp ilm Vitr mnn wont ewnafltinry frt his labors regulate their liver or euro constipation Tho meeting adjourned to meet again and billlousnees Dr Bells TinyTonlc when called by the Vice President Tablets is what thay must ham They Mks Dora Hendry Secretary euro and you never feel ituroly vegeta- Â¬ 25c a vial everywhere For sale Somo folks will think that Dr Bells ble by Short Dr Haytjes Cloverport Pino Tar Honey is no better than the R H McMullinMcDaniels M Meyer common cough remedies until they try Co Burasf Geo Hoyser Constan Â¬ It Then they will know for themselves tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett the best on earth For sale by that its CoBewleyville Ky W E Brown Haynes Cloverport Dr It Irvfngton Short Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield McMullln McDanlels M Meyer II ICy A It Morris Big Spring Ky Co Buras Geo Hevser Constantinei A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Glendeane School Co Bowleyville Ky W E Brown Irv The third month of school closed Nov ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield 27 Grades four and five made the fol- Â¬ Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky lowing averages in attendance deport- Â¬ ment and recitation OWENSBQR5 CROSSING Robert Moorman 9909 Jessie Maxwell 09 Hallie Moorman 0377 Mary Christmas is coming Moorman 087 Monnle Hunter 9855 Elliot Moorman 08 12 Nellie Moorman Farmers are gathering corn - Mr John Knight has sold his farm to 98 PinkneyBali08 Ada Maxwell 0771 Lonnie Smith 0712 Walter Moorman Mr John Ryan 0042 Sallio Robertson 05 75 Lillls Mr Willie Pumphroy will spend tho Rhodes 95 71 Nolle Ashley 955 Joe winter at homo Dick Owen 0525 Eddie L Moorman Mr Pat Macken attended 0422 Daisy Willis 02 85 Rosebud Friday night Moorman 92 02 Jesse Rhodes 905 Sweot Williams are plentiful and the Otter Owen 89 85 Floyd Mattlngly 8728 Ola Whitely 8071 Alice Whitely girls are all smiles 8585 Llllio Willis 8571 Henry Moor- Â¬ Mr Charloy Burko returned home man 85 44 from Knottsvlllo last week Others would have reached abovo 85 Mr Young of Mill Stone Indis visit Â¬ had they not been absent a part of the month ing his sister Mrs Sippie Among tho ones hero aro Floyd Mat- Â¬ Misses Mary Murray and Mary Beavin tlngly Alico Whitely Jesso Rhodes wero visiting Mrs Murray lost week Llllio Willis Ola Whitely Eddie Moor- Â¬ Mr Will Wright Tell City Ind camo man and Henry Moorman who were absent a day or more This statement up Saturday night to see his best girl Is given to explain that their low stand Mr Charley Huff will spend tho winter ing is not duo to badly prepared lessons Jokl II 1nE Teacher at Mr Dyers Tho girls aro all pleased Owing to illness Rev Frymiro failed KENTUCKIANS ENDORSE to fill his appointment at Pisgah on the Â¬ Â¬ prayer-meet-fng Â¬ Y M tjf RKWKKS aSSfeSSS FOR THIS WATCH GOES S Accept None of the Pretended Substitutes I Royal Powder at Baking inferior and cheaper made baking preparations are BECAUSEwholesale a price so much lower than Royal some at grocersare urging consumers to buy them in place of the Royal the same retail price If you desire to try any of the pretended substitutes for Royal Baking Powder bear in mind that they arc all made from cheaper and inferior ingredients and are not so great in leavening strength i FREE with every Clothing purchase of 12 or over at THE MAMMOTH Its a nickel plated stem wind and stem set guaranteed correct time keeper and has a durable chain Its the BEST watch ever given away and the best ADVERTISER weve ever used Peoplo who have tried THE MAMMOTH know that wo sell the BEST GOODS to bo had anywhere for tho prico and thats- - why WE RARELY LOSE an old customer and are gaining new ones all tho time Hero aro a fow sample items of good things now on tap Theyre all bargains and wevo hundreds moro just Ilko em X nor of equal money value Pay the price of the Royal Baking Powder for the Royal only It is still more important however that Royal Baking Powder is purer arid more wholesome and makes better finer and more healthful food than any other baking powder or preparation 3 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 fine All wool Chovlots and Scotch Cassimero Suits double-breasteten different patterns for J5 d Mens extra heavy Oxford and Brown mixed Melton Overcoats cut long strongly made for Mens Good Black Cheviot Sack Suits well mado and trimmed stylish long cuts for 7 Boys 13 to 19 years old fine heavy long cut All wool Kersey Overcoats volvet collars and silk sleeve llnings rfor 8 Boys 13 to 19 years old double breasted All wool Black Cheviot and fine Scotch Mixture Suits elegantly mado and trimmed for 10 irxiflQacxxKnrtorrXj3 XiWKftXUXrjWvXylN VJiXXMXXWXWXxmMXW wrir-rLruxr-ivviirk-rnFnr- x ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO 106 WALL 8T NEW YORK 6 7 8 Breckenridge News 1894 Death of Mr James Estes November 20 Mr James Estes for years a citizen of this place but Into of Louisville died tllero last Thursday at Norton Infirmery where his daughters had him taken for the best medical attention ami nursing Mr Estes was in his eighty third year and had been unusually well this fall till about two weeks boforo his death ho suffered from vertigo fell and fractured his hip For months ho had read the Bible very earnestly and was often found engaged in fervent prayer He realized from the first that his days wcro num- Â¬ bered and passed away as quietly and peacefully as a child fully satisfied His daughters Miss Jennie Estes and Mrs Tennio Sargent gavo hlni every caro and attention always Ills remains were in terred hero last Friday tho services be- Â¬ ing conducted from tho Baptist church by the Masons His first wife was a Miss Dowdy an aunt of Mrs Abe Ditto His second a sister of Mrs J D Richardson both sleeping iu our cemetery Mr Estes was an honest kind hearted man and very industriou never forgetting old friends and often spoke of many of them hero Sympathy to the bereaved ones BriANDKNnuno Â¬ Â¬ BY THE ETEBNAL Two Characteristic Stories of Old WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 Ky THE VALLEY Held over from latt week Hickory Â¬ Mr Amos Sipes went to Bowleyville last Sunday Miss Lola Norton was the guest of Mr Wm McCoy and family Wednesday Mrs Tom McCoy and Miss Mary Mc- Â¬ Coy went to Garfield shopping Tuesday All of Miss Lena Bandys school mates welcome her back to the Bandy school Mr and Mrs Tom McCoy Misses Lola Norton and Mary McCoy went to Brand enbure shopping Thursday A certain young lady is stuck on a gentleman and cant tell him from his brother so she says it is both Wo regret to give Mr Tom Bandy Jr and family up Wo always hate to see good people leave tho neighborhood They are having quite an interesting meeting at Pleasant G ro vo Bros I look St Clair and Morris are doing the preach Â¬ ing Wonder what some people think when a young man goes to see his best girl It must bo sixteen nights in succession curious of Bowleyville Mr Ferd Hodies Sunday night caught the varrait Cheer up boys you can go to see your girls now A young gentleman wants to know if you wear Prince Albert coats on special occasions and where you can get tho most stylish Misses Maud Smythc and Mary McCoy attended church at Pleasant Grovo last Sunday and took dinner with Misses Lydia and Eliza Hook Lost Somewhere between Nortons Valley and Pleasant Grove a heart The finder will please return to Enoch Nor- Â¬ ton and receive roward Cure for Headache As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Bitters has proved to bo I he very best It effects a permanent euro and tho most dreaded habitual sick head aches yield to Its influence AVe urge all who are afflicted to procuro a bottle and In cases of give this remedy a fair trial Â¬ habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tono to the bowels and few cases long resist the uso of this medicine Try it once Large bottles only Fifty cents at A It FisherW Drug store HOLT The river is rising Wild ducks aropIentiful Mrs Milton Smith is much better at this writing Miss iCosa Miller is visltltlng friends at Derby Ind Corn gathoriug about over and tobac- Â¬ co stripping has taken its place Col J D Powers Owensboro was up on his farm a few days last week P B Greenwood and Thos Manning spent Thanksgiving day in Cannclton Allen Black was tho guest of his cous- Â¬ in Miss Bertha Crist Derby a few days last week Friday tho 21st Innt will bo devoted to rhetorical exercises at our school Come to tho school house Friday Dec -- 1 and hear our young orators Hunters will please bear in mlud that it Is against tho law to hunt insido of a persons enclosure without permission It matters not about them being posted Our prophets say that owing to the cloudy weather the past few days they Tho eagle the king of all birds is no- Â¬ have not been able to sen the new moon ted for its keen sight clear and distinct yet but guess it must bo a wet one from vision So are tboeo persons who use tho rain wo are having just now Sutherlands Eaglo Eye Salvo for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any klndorgran Mr Ira V Wotinore a prominent real ulated lids Sold by all dealers For estate agent of San Angelo Texas lias sale by Short Haynes Cloverport used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di It II McMullln McDanlels M family for sev Â¬ Diarrhoea Remedy in his Meyer Co Ultras Geo Heyeer Con Â¬ eral yean as occasion required and stantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury always with perfeet sueeess He says Bennett A Co Bewleyvllle Ky W E I find it a perfect cure for our baby Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols when troubled with colic or dysentery Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring I now feel ibat my ef UK W sot complete Ky vfiiinut IlioUle of Mils Remedy at home General Armstrong assistant commissioner of Indian affairs thinks that An Â¬ drew Jackson was one of tho greatest men this country ever produced and has a number of stories which were told him by his uncle who was an intimate friend of Old Hickory Ono of them is very characteristic of tho man Lewis Cass Secretary of War was over nt tho White House one day with Bomo Important papers for tho President to sign among them being court martial findings Cass what is this inquired Jack- Â¬ son as ho was about to write his name to tho document It is a court martial answered Cass What have I to do with it asked tho President It dismisses an officer frnm service and the President must sign such or- Â¬ ders Jackson toyed with the paper and said musingly Dismissed from tho army Why eh Drunkenness getting drunk and fall- Â¬ ing down on parade or something of that The way to cure a cough is to stop tho kind answered tho secretary coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Who ordered tho court asked Jack cuts loose tho mucous heals tho lungs son and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip General Scott answered Cass cough in one night For salo by Short Who is it inquired the President HaynesCloverport Dr It IIMcMul with moro interest lin McDanlels M Meyer Co Buros Inspector General Kraun replied Geo Hoyser Constantino A Taylor Secretary Cass Co Bewloy Rosetta Drury Bennett My oldf Whatl shouted Jackson ville Ky W E Brown IryingtonKy friond Colonel Kraun Cass justread Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It what tho paper says Is Morris Big Spring Ky The secretary read tho iistial form of the couet martial seutenetTin sucli cases Current Topics in the Schools The President then4ook tho paper and The suggestion that every teacher wrote across the bottom where ho was whether in city village or district school about to sigtthis name Tho wifliin findings are disapproved should strive to interest his pupils in the study of current topics is an excellent and Colonel Kraun is restored to his one Tho primary object of school in- Â¬ duty and ranky Ho passed the pappr back to Secretary struction is not merely to carry the piK pits through so many text books our so Cass and said with his usual vehemence By tho eternal Cass when you and many different subjects but so Joguide their growing minds as to develop the Scott servo your country as well as that best manhood and womanhood To ac- Â¬ man has you can get drunk on duty complish theso results tho teacher must overy day go outside tho text books must put life A young man from Tennessee son of a into his teaching and must connect tho friend of General Jackson camo to school wprk with tho life and thought of Washington for a place Ho looked the day especially the broader thought about and found what he wanted It of tho great outsido world as yet but lit was in the War Department and filled tle known to the pupils in tho schools by a very efficient Whig whom Secre- Â¬ Tho first requisite for tho successful tary Cass would not remove Tho young study of current topics In the schools is a man told Jackson tho situation and Cass teacher who is himself In sympathy and was sent for Cass Bald tho President this young in contact with tho best thought of tho man son of my old friend says you have day Tho next requisite is a journal that got a placo In tho War Department filled can be used as a text book ono that will by a Whig which you wont give him Secretary Cass explained that the furnish tho necessary record of events and comment thereon with a good rango duties of tho offlco wero a peculiar kind and he could get no ono to fill and varlty of reading With such a u uiu man now in u Biiouiu uo tho place removed journal tho teacher can make tho study Jackson flared up By the eternal CaM do you mean to of current topics of great benefit not only to tho scholars but to hiinsolf A toll me you have an offlco in your de Â¬ partment filled by a weekly journal that fairly presents all cannot bo filled by a Whig that which Democrat Then sides of overy Important public question abolish tho ofllcel Tho young man got his place Wash Â¬ and that admirably meets the require Â¬ ments tor tho study of current topics in ington Post tho Bchools Is tho Public Opinion pub Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve lished at Washington I 0 at -- 60 per Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts year A contribution of ten cents apleco from 20 pupils will pay for Public Opin- Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRhoumFover ion for for ono year or five cents apiece Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblalns will pay for it for six months Tho Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posÂ¬ weekly issues can bo used as text books itively cures Piles or no pay required in the reading classes and if preserved It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ and bound they make a valuable addi Â¬ faction or monoy refunded Price 25 jonts per box lor salo by A It Fisher tion to or nucleus for a school library Send for specimen copy 10 fifol f PV Men s Excellent Clay Worsted Suits Backs anjHrocks extra long cuts tailored and trini- med in first class style for 10 JlpJL CVf ij Mens fine heavy rough finished Bluo and Black Camels halr Overcoats shoulders and sleeves silk lined skirts lined with fine flannel for 12 Send a MAIL ORDER WE PAY EXPRESS to any point in Kentucky or Indiana on mall orders to tho amount of 5 or more Monoy refunded always if goods fail to 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 MAMMOTH SHOE and CLOTHING CO KLEINIIANS SIMONSON J- - I 1 424 to 434- - West Market LOUISVILLE T m All styles patterns and widths from tho cheapest to tho finest that Will you come and get one now ib made aro troubling us This is no advertisement only a fact plainly stated Como and wo will prove it Five days in the week at private sale for cush or any kind of timo Freight paid for 200 miles from Louisville CARPETS CO will S T MOORE MANUFACTURERS WEATHER COINCIDENCE Some History of Kentucky Winters AGENTS 18th Mason and Mr Will Wright called on the Misses Newman Sunday yiss SubIo ELECTROPOISE Jefferson St Between Fourth and Fifth Entertainingly Told Tho first snow of tho season in 1880 as in this year fell on the same date and then in the formor followed the mean Â¬ est winter that over afflicted Kentucky There were thirty six snowfalls six in April and for one hundred and ftfty flvo days the earth was only free of it for two short intervals It waa not especially cold but the snow was mingled with sleet and icy rain resulting in much dis- Â¬ comfort to man and beast Tho character of winter in prospect is always a source of much solicitude to the poor and those whose interests are We cannot affected by tho weather foretell tho future but a cioar knowledge of the past throws much light before We may assume that a hot summer is more likely to be followed by a cold win tor than a warm one not only for the reason that long kept records prove it but for the many reasons that may bo adduced from a knowledge of the laws of plant life and its distribution and other kindred channels of suggestion That fine mild winters will follow eon secntively In the inter ooatinental basin would be an umwual oeeeunenee As suggesting other winter eeadltions it is well to remember that the rain fall over a very large area has been for some years below the average and summer past exeept in the gulf State exceed Â¬ ingly dry If this shortage is new made up we are likely to have just sueh a winÂ¬ ter as tbat ef 1990 AppresUtlBK the dlvwse lafluenees Hkely o ileWrtnlae tha obaraoUr of tWto h Inter we go on record tbat NovwbW wUIW living fair precipJtaikm will dose with lb tsrougtit not fnUy broke that gather ico before the new year Wo venture the opinion that whilo the win- Â¬ ter will be cold and disagreeable it will not be excessively bo or that periods of sharp cold will last long although per Â¬ haps coming in quick succession Wo also go on record that tho rain fall until April first is sharply above an average and if not bo that tho harvest of grain and hay of 1805 will be greatly damaged as In 1875 and 1882 Lexing Â¬ ton Gazette Any one who has children will rejoice with I B Mulford of Malnfield N J His little boy fivo years of age was sick with croup For two days and nighta ho tried various remedies recommended by friends and neighbors He says I thought sure I would lose him I had seen Chamberlains Cough Itemedy ad- Â¬ vertised and thought I would try it as a last hope and am happy to say that after tyo doses he slept until morning I gavo it to him nextday and a cure was effect Â¬ ed I keep this remedy in the bouse now and as soon as any of my children show signs of croup I give it to thousand that is the last of It 35 and 60 cent bottles for sale by A R Fisher CloverÂ¬ port Ky and Klncheloe Ilnar1 iinr diasburg Ky evening Rev Williams will preach at McGav ocks school house the Third Sunday in next month Miss Marale Wilson was absent from church last Sunday Was that why Johnnie looked bo sad 7 Mr W B Taul gavo a party last Satur Â¬ day night in honor of tho return of his his son George from Illinois Messrs Jim Macken and Jim Crenshaw of Honey Locust attended Rev Petty preached at McQavocks school houso last Sunday There was qulto a crowd iu attondanco Miss Lo tltia Frymiro of Patcsville Mr Holder of Midway Mr and Mrs Henry Ray of Cloverport and Mr John Falls of Pisgah wero present lTATPIII l grown my family spent a fortune trying to cure me of this disease 1 r VISltcu Hot bDrlnM and was treated by the best medical men but was not j penemeu When all to try S S S and ln four months was entirely cured The terrible Eczema was gone not a sign of it left my generalhealth built up and 1 have never had anv return of r uie disease I have since liH II w determined a rlsrmfl fciVfaUllin BMMBMHM From earlv child- hood until I was uningsnaa c Dnu failed I I make tho prediction that it will tako its placo as tho worlds greatest discovery as it is capable of doing moro good for humanity than any other Jas O Clarke Esq Morehead Ky My wife Bays she has received great benefit from the use of the Electropoise I bought of you some weeks since and feel sure it will cure her of a long stand Â¬ ing case of rheumatism Money could O W Wright not buy it from her Louisville Ky All tho money in Kentucky could not buy my Elcctropolso It cured my wife of tumor after the beat physicians had pronounced her incurable Michael Condran Franklinton Ky Mr J M Myers of Myers Bonn 230 West Main Street Louisville says he has Every person big little old or young no reason to change the opinion express black or white rich or poor who baa ed about Electropoise threo years ago over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ It cured him of rheumatism nounce it tho beat cough and lung rem Â¬ Ono nights use of the Electropoise edy on earth Its truo too bo we guar Â¬ gave mo relief from brain congestion and antee Forsale by Short 5c HaynesClov vertigo I have been a well man ever orportDr It II McMullln McDanlels since Rey Geo II Means Coying M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyeer ton Ky Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Co Bowleyville Ky W E Bennett lElcctropoise put out on trial for Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols foir months for 10 Send for particulars Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring DUBOIS WEBB Ky 009 fourth Atbmmc JLaiilaTllUt Ky Newspaper Reporters Wanted We are informed that the Modern Preaa Auoclatlon wants one or two news Â¬ paper correspondents in this county The work Is light and can be performed by either lady or gentleman Previous experience U not neeeesary and some of our young mn and women and even eld men would do well to secure sueh a posÂ¬ ition as we understand it takes only about on farth of your time For fur Â¬ ther partkiulaw addreen Modem Frew Asaoeisttosy Oktoafo III A QbmUob ef Gomelegy A little girl in Gorbana on first dis Â¬ covering the electric lights and seeing the moon at the same time propounded this conundrum 1 Mamma does God know that we have got eleetrie lights V Yes replied the mothery He ost know it because Us knows everything Thes wasaua why dont He tek ia FtouUm Perikwd Dally tbeuooa that thrifty farmers with fair ponds December wlllglvo fair to full rain and 1 oroaaWpawayfromJiome yorsaleby Kiacheloe un recommended S S S to a rumbtf of frlw4 for kin dli- mwiiuiiMvirvM ksova Hilar M TiMllHM Moo4b Uln IUuUa miaJW MPHNI CM nil ii nimnn linilllll sjiswws AKFialeriaoveipertfMd WOMEN IN DOUBT tRS rW ucui w ikwin irwlfl F is ear Ktnr run alt otbtri Tn tfttr I 4 Board Ilardinsburg Ky rmwurtMriM rtrrrrTr7wr -- pennyroyal wai I TWiWW Mi What BeeK of the Surplus 1 Mr Harrison in defending his Admin istration before a New York audlenae and ia accounting for the almost bank rupt eendltlon of the Public Treasury at tlw end of his term said that he had used the mosey to pay off the public debt la it potable tbat 1h did not know Jkat the jhiWJ dU was only de Â¬ creased tt000o0 during his tana and that under Mr Cleveland it had dV lMdj4UM0Mj0ur fcr ct Push eiidmo7 it RTZOBngH