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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iV n N V THE BRECEENMDGE NEWS YBL XIX CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12 1894 run pian or itiint- NO 21 t SECRETARY CARLISLES PLAN He Believes It Would Givo The Do si re il hnvo a tendency to degrade tho currency PROGRAM Of the Conclao Outline of tlio Proponed New Ilnniiclal Sjslctu Itnicd Upon tlio Iliiltliuoro Flexibility Bonefit tlio People Tho Banks U and the S Troasury The Present Financial Systom And Its Defocts As Shown By Experience PARITY OF GOLD AND SILVER or in any degreo impair public confidenco in its safety I am convinced that tho in Â¬ terests of tho country rcqulro such changes In our legislation as will dis- chargo tho Government entirely from the business of issuing or reissuing cir- Â¬ culating notes and thus rcliovo its fiscal department of tho periodical demands upon its resources which under tho ex Â¬ isting system must continue to disturb tho financial and general business affairs of the people IltlllM In view of tho foregoing considera Â¬ tions and many others that might bo urged in favor of a reorganization and reformation of our paper curroncy sys Â¬ tem I have prepared tlio outlines of a plan which in my opinion will relievo the Government to an extent from tho burdens now imposed upon it secure within a reasonable time a safe and elas Â¬ tic National and Stato bank currency and result ultimately in tho permanent retirement of United States legal tender notes of both classes It js In brief as follows First Kopcal ull laws requiring or authorizing tho deposit of United States bonds as security for circulation Second Permit national banks to issuo notes to an amount not exceeding 75 per centum of their paid up and unim- Â¬ paired capital but require each bank before receiving notes to deposit a guar- Â¬ antee fund consisting of United States legal tender notes including Treasury notes of 1800 to tho amount of 30 per centum upon tho circulating notes out- Â¬ standing to be maintained at nil times and whpnover a bank retires Its circula- Â¬ tion in wholo or in part its guaranteo fund be returned to it in proportion to tho amount onotesretlrcd Third Kotaln the provision of tho law making stockholders individually liable and provldo that tho circulation notes shall constitute a first Hen upon all tho assets of the bank Fourth Impose a tax of one half of 1 per centum per annum payable semi- Â¬ annually upon tho average amount of notes in circulation to defray tho ex Â¬ penses of printing notes official super- Â¬ vision cancellation etc Fifth No national bank note to be of less denomination than ten dollars and all notes of the same denominaiion to bo uniform in design but banks desiring to redeem their notes in gold may havo them payablo m that coin Tho Secre Â¬ tary of tho Treasury to havo authority to preparo and keep on hand ready for issuo upon application a reserve of blank na- Â¬ tional bank notes for each banking association having circulation Sixth Require each national banking association to redeem its notes at its own office or at its own official agencies to be designated by it Seventh To provides safety fund for the immediate redemption of tho circulat- Â¬ ing notes of failed banks impose a tax of por centum per annum upon tho average circulation of each bank until the fuud amounts to C por cent of tho total circulation outstanding Rcqulro each now bank and each bank taking out additional circulation to deposit its proper proportion of this fund before re- Â¬ ceiving notes When a bank fails its guaranteo fund held on deposit bo paid into tho safety fund and used in tho re- Â¬ demption of its notes and if this fund shall bo impaired by the redemption of tho notes of failed national banks and tho immediate available cash assets of such banks aro insufficient to re establish the fuud it shall at onco bo made good by pro rata assessments upon tho other banks according to the amounts of their outstanding circulation but thoro shall bo a first lien upon all tho assets of failed banks to reimburse tho contributing banks The safety fund may bo invested in outstanding United States bonds hav- Â¬ ing tho longest timo to run the bonds and tho interest upon them to bo held as part of tho fund and sold when neces-Â¬ sary to redeem notes of failed banks Eighth Ropeal tho provisions of the reorganization and extension act of July 12 1882 Imposing limitations upon tho reduction and increaso of national bank circulation Ninth Repeal all provisions of tho law requiring banks to keep a reserve on account of doposits Tenth Tlio Secretary of the Treasury may in his discretion uso any surplus revenue of tho United States in the re- Â¬ demption and retirement of United States legal tonder notes but such re Â¬ demptions Bhall not in the aggregate exceed an amount equal to 70 per cent of tho additional circulation taken out by national and Stato banks under tho system herein proposed Eleventh Circulating notes issued by a banking corporation duly organized under tho laws of any State and which transacts no other than a banking busi Â¬ ness shall bo exempt from taxation under the laws of the United States when it is shown to the satisfaction pf the Secretary of tho Treasury and the Controller of the Currency I That such bank has at no time had outstanding its circulating notes in excess of 76 per centum of ita paid up and unimpaired 2 That ita stockholders are capital individually liable for the redemption of its circulating notes to the full extent 3 That of their ownership of stock the circulating notes coastltute by law a fiSt lien upon all the assets of the 4 That the bask at all times bank kept guarantee fuad in United States legal tender notes Including Treasury notes of 1890 equal to 90 per eentuua of ita outstanding circulating notes and 5 that it has promptly redeemed ita notes aa demand at ita prlneipal ofliee or at one or more of Its braaek oJHoes it it has branches Twelfth The Secretary ot the Treasury atay under proper rules aad regulations to be established by kirn permit State banks to procure and use in tba prepara Â¬ tion of their notes the distinctive paper used in printing United States ssenriuss but no State bank shall print or oagravs ita notes ia similitude of a United States note ox osrtinoate or aattirna bank note Â¬ Sunday School Convention of tho monthly reports after tho chairman the Salem Assooiation to bo Held has Inspected them plcaso send them Andhew Diuskell Supt With Hill Grovo Church Moade County Deo Mr Ira P Wehnore a prominent real 28 30 FMDAY ly to tho work for your pay is sure Also read with caro Sec 135 on your grado book and nil who havo not sent in Ivory GREGORY WHARFMASTERS Shingles Laths Cement Sole Asenta for CO CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Alio Wholesale and Retail Dealer In YollowPino Flooring and Ceiling Lime Alili CLASSES AFFECTED Wnirc IJuriicr Nccita Sound Ciirrcn-cj-A- n Well As Cnpllnllal Is not tho capitalist alono whoso in- Â¬ It terests aro affected by tho uso or threat- Â¬ ened uso of a depreciated or fluctuating currency and tho consequent dornngo ment and dimnution thereof A paraly Â¬ sis of business whatover may bo its cause strikes first tho wngo earner and the man of modern means and lastly tho capllnllets who has accumulated a sur- Â¬ plus store of goods or money Arbitrary regulation ot tho volume of circulation to bo kept outstanding Is wholly Incon- Â¬ sistent with tho maintenance of healthy financial conditions and is the exorcise of a function which does not properly be Â¬ long to the Government of tho United States or any other public authority Tho effect is to force paper currency up-Â¬ on tho people when it Is not needed and deprive them of it when it is needed thus establishing and malntalqingnn im- Â¬ proper and unwarranted connection be Â¬ tween tho Government and tho private business affaiis of its citizens and mak- Â¬ ing their successful prosecution largely dependent upon the judgment and cap ricp of a superior authority having no in- Â¬ terest in tho transactions except per Â¬ haps a partisan interest not in harmony with sound fiscal arrangements Under our present currency system so far as it consists of notes issued by the United States Government tho volume of circulation was intended to bo and is in fact unchangeable it is unalterably fixed at a certain amount and no matter how great the emergency may be it can be neither enlarged nor diminished The only part of tho currency possessing in any degree the quality of elasticity Is that issued by national banking associations and it is now generally conceded I bo liovo that in this particular at least it has failed to meet the requirements of the situation atsomu of tho most critical periods in business affairs of tho country Its failuro Is creditable in my opinion to threo principal causes First To tho large volumo of United States currency of various kinds kept constantly outstanding making tho con- Â¬ traction or expansion of tho compara- Â¬ tively small national bank circulation less effective than it would otherwise have been Second fho difficulty and delay in procuring and to some extent in retiring circulation Third And mainly tho provisions of tho law which require tho deposit of United States bonds to securo circulation and restricts tho issue of notes to 00 per cent of the par valuo of tho bonds With 1000000000 in United States notes Treasury notes of 1890 Bllver certificates and gold certificates besides about 025 000000 in gold and silver coins constant Â¬ ly outstanding nono of which can bo lawfully retired by tho Government without tho substitution of other cur- Â¬ rency in its placo tho national bank noteswhch amount to only 1207500000 or about 12 per cent of tlio whole can not exort a very effective Influence upon the volume of outstanding currency at any time and especially at times when large contractions or expansions aro most needed But tho greatest difficulties are en- Â¬ countered and the national banking sys- Â¬ tom as now organized is least effective when tho business of the country de mands quick expansions ot the currency to meet suddon emergencies In addition to existing obstructions to the prompt Increaso and decrease of cir- Â¬ culation tlio ninth section of the act ot July 12 1802 which provides tor tho ex Â¬ tension of the corporate existence ot national banks expressly prohibits them from retiring their notes to a greater amount than 3000000 in the aggregate per month and advocates that no bank which made a deport of lawful money in order to withdraw its circulation shall bo permitted to make any increase in its circulation for a period of six months thereafter These provision are so man Â¬ ifestly in conflict with the dictates ot sound policy that they require no com Â¬ ment So long oa there aro in circulation under tho authority of tho Government Â¬ r tf fc rt r two coins unequal in value but equal in legal tender qualities every considera- Â¬ tion of good faith and sound policy re quires the prompt redemption of tho notes on presentation in the kind of coin demanded by tho holder and the con- Â¬ stant observance of such administrative methods as may bo necessary to preservo the purchasing power of tho less valuable metal This is essential to tho continu- Â¬ ed circulation of our standard silver dol Â¬ lars and their paper representatives at par and to abandon this policy without substituting a better one in ita placo would not only fail to cure many of tho tho evils now existing but would entail upon tlio people of tho country addition- Â¬ al and greater ones This situation is tho necessary result of three features of our currency legisla Â¬ tion and it can aiot bo permanently avoided or oven temporarily Improved without material changes in our laws re Â¬ lating to that subject These features First the circulation of United are States notes as currency and their current redemption in coin on demand second tho compulsory re issuo of such notes after redemption third tho excessivo acÂ¬ cumulation and coinage of silver and tho iseuo olnotes and certificates against it upon a ratio which greatly overvalues that metal as compared with tho stand- Â¬ ard unit of value in this as in other prin- Â¬ cipal commercial countries Frequent issues of bonds for the purposo of pro cu ing gold which can not be kept after it has been obtained will certainly causo increased distrust among our own people as well as among tlio people of other countries and not only swoll the volume of our securities returning from abroad for salo or redemption but increaso the withdrawal of foreign capital heretofore invested in our domestic enterprises Ordinarily when thera is no distrust of bur currency or other discouraging in- Â¬ fluence a considerable part of the inter Â¬ est and dividends eaTfflStTby foreign cap Â¬ ital in this country is annually or semi-annually reinvested here and this to Â¬ gether with the fact that under normal conditions tho balance of trade is in our favor enables our people to meet their obligations abroad without reducing thoir stock of money at home But when dis- Â¬ trust arises either as to our ability to pay or as to the value of the money with which wo intend lo pay tho foreign cap- Â¬ italist not only ceases to reinvest but proceeds to withdraw all his money by disposing of his American securities in order to protect both capital and incorao against threatened depreciation Thoro are but two ways In which this withdrawal can be affected one ior our people to export and sell their commodi- Â¬ ties in foreign markets to a sufficient amount to create a balanco of credit in their favor tho amount to bo withdrawn and tho other is to ship gold that being tho only money recognised in the sottle ment of international balances But jndependentlyof these considera Â¬ tions our own peoploTIave a clear right to demand a Bound and stablo currency for uee in the transaction of their busi- Â¬ ness at home wbilo their purely com- merclal relations with the people of other countries upon whom the producer of exported commodities aro compelled to rely for tho consumption of theirsurplus can not be profitably maintained unless they are always in a condition to pay for what they buy in as good money as they receive for what they sell Wo can not therefore preserve our trade relations with best customers for our surplus prod- Â¬ ucts unless we maintain a monetary sys Â¬ tem substantially in accord with theirs and until they manifest a diposition to co operate with ua in effecting a change upon terms just and fair to all our inter Â¬ ests We ought to continue our adNslon to the gold standard of value with as large use of silver pa is consistent with he strict maintenance of that policy Since the resumption of specie payv went oa the first day of January 1879 UsHed States legal leader Botes and if HKCQRD under the act of Treasury notes of twenty Are years July 14 1190 havs been redeed in of cure U made by Vr Pierces OoUwt gold to the amount of 9000000600 and HeuiCAl Ulnoovwr all the notes so redeemed have been re In aU blood dieontori this remedy has num issued awl are now olUndig They lwred Ms cure br lite are a constant msnaoeto the gold reserve thousand Tears of uninterrupted tue and no sebMne of flnsaeUl reform ean be Cete long ago M Mm complete or etttettxtl whWTUoee not pro proprietors to aU tubs romoUr as ao vide at Issst for their gradual elimination other Uood pufjfler bom our cumier system can be sold TVnr To coRtiatts tbatr radoinpUon and re have to much oast- doneo in the Dkf itewt natter present ommUUooo endangers eatery tbat tbef guaranli it in aU dassaow tbe entire volume of our surftaey dis Â¬ woo uusne irum khihu ihtw w winwira a blood cMuuer neea lwriWsr credits tbe obligations of Oovsraatoat ttrsajraVrastorar nothing lias the Me tbe nubile debt and and people lucre try ft known to medluslieieues or srioualy embarrasses Iks administration Biasja Isdkeettou BUioueaWt sad the SSaaVaSUa teste or ferofuleiw aKo of our financial aflbira Wklle no prop tfojM oafaQjr jrJskTto its auriMag au4 beuad or entertained that will casonitrng propertks If tt otltioJM hare core you have your money bank Dovotlonal Exercise conduct- Â¬ ed by D F Shacklett 30 minutes 1030 What may wo hopo to accomp- Â¬ W II lish through tho Sunday school Williams 30 minutes J S Hill 15 min- Â¬ utes 1115 Five mlnuto speeches 30 min Â¬ utes Adjournment 115 p m Tho importance of tho Sun Â¬ day schools being under the supervision of the church 30 A N Whittinghlli minutes T S Hckerill 15 minutes 2 p m Five mlnuto speeches 30 min Â¬ utes 230 Tlio great need of tho Sunday School work in our Association J P Jenkins 30 minutes Adjournment 10 n m estate agent of San Angelo Texas has used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhaa Remedy in his family for sev Â¬ eral years as occasion required and always with perfect success He says I find It a perfect euro for our baby when troubled with colic or dysentery I now fcol that my outfit is not complete without a bottlo ot this Remedy at homo or on n tripaway from home For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and Kincheloo Board Hardlnsburg Ky Snowed Under But Still a Democrat LEiTcnriELi Ky Dec5 1804 Fiuend J D Babdage Dear Sir Having no- Â¬ ticed that my timo is up for tho News I herewith cncloso you one dollar for tho ensuing year Snowed under but still a Democrat Success and best wishes Yours 6oa It Floats ffsTW s Hair Doors Brick Sash and Blinds and all kinds of Building Material Homostoad Order fitted Fertllizoro and Troy Bone Moal accompantned with the cash promptlr BANK OF fti Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 B F BEARD Freitdent WILL MILLER Vloe Preildent BEST FOR SHIRT5 THE PROOTEn GAMBLE CO Pllliam M Detectives tfeeded Here RO I CINT H II BEARD Caihter BEARD 1 - Dire tor MORRIS KSKRIDOE R M JOLLT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 0 VT V -- SupcrlnteiuleLt Chas Aingu of tho National Detectivo Bureau Indianapolis 015 n in Dovotional Exercises B Ind announces that two or threo capa Â¬ ble and trustworthy men are needed in F Hagan 15 minutes 030 Fivo mlnuto speeches 30 min- Â¬ this county to act as private detectives Experience in under his Instructions utes tho work is not necessary lo success 1000 Does the life and development Ho edits a large criminal paper and will of our churches in any measure depend send it with full particulars which will on tho Sunday school T J Duvnll 30 explain how you may enter tho profes-Â¬ sion by addressing him at Indianapolis minutes J M Street 15 minutes Ind 1045 Fivo minuto speeches 15 min Â¬ utes PENNYROYAL WAFERS A ipociflo monthly medicine for Udlea Adjournment for Board meeting to rpntoro and mrulftte tho mnse tiroduclng free liraltliy and ptUnlesi SUNDAY thicharga No chti or plnt on r Cratch Now ummI by over 30000 Udle will uie again InTtroiatri 0 a in Devotional Exercise C M Uaj of your drurRtst tbtM onrn only thoM with our signature acrou Buchanan 20 minutes SoaleU fareofUbeL Avoid ubatlluU tMU UcuUra mallM so tamp ilxo 030 Can a country school bo kopt up Address KUUKA CHImICAL mi USTaWITo sUJCU UOUfANX during tho winter How WB For ealo by CHAS C MARTIN Gwynn 20 minutes Practical Druggist 050 Who shall tho Superintendent CIOVKHPOKTKY bo T J Snyder 20 minutes 1010 So mo of the Superintendents difficulties It O Kimblo 20 minutes 1130 Qualifications of tho teacher J Beat tho Democratic party V Is n ques Â¬ R Dowdon 30 minutes tion that is risked by about every man 1100 Sormon by B F Hagan in this country and you can get a Adjournment thousand dlllcrent answers to that 130 p m Tho relation of tho church question Wo are not politicians Wo and Sunday school T A Robertson 20 minutes dont claim any supernatural hind Â¬ 150 Threo minuto speeches on Signs sight but from a common sense busi Â¬ of Progress Plans Hopes Rewards ness vlow we beliovo that what Will each church and Sunday school also please send delegates to tho Con- Â¬ vention If possible lot every Superin Â¬ Como tendent and Teacher bo thoro and bring your song books and bo ready Tho paity was lack of concentration to work Let us mako this first meeting Cleveland didnt ovon register Hill a glorioussuccess R C KTmble was nominated against tho wishes of President J P Jenkins tho better element In his own party Secretary In one part of tlio country one issuo was mado tho feature and in another Common Sense Should be used in attempting to euro part an ontirely different issue was tliatvery disagreeabio disease catarrh mado iropoitant If As catarrh originates in impurities in tho blood local applications can do no permanent good Tho common sense method of treatment Is to purify tho Democratic party had dono business blood and for this purposo there is no preparation superior to Hoods Sarsapa as wo do it If they laid all worked rilla with ONE end in view thoy wouldnt Hoods Pills cure constipation by res- Â¬ havo got into such a deop snow as they toring peristaltic action to tlio alimentary Wo all work with ONK END In did canal From tho head of our firm view down to tho Individual who writes our Teachers Assooiation ads tho one solo and only object wo Hudson Mnglstersal Association will Wo meet at Constantino Saturday Dec 15 havo in viow Is to sell goods 1804 at 0 a m dont caro whether a man is a Saturday 1894 Breathing Its Last Its never to lato to FACTS 1 POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reasonable conditions Do not say it cannot be done until you send for free 1 20 pace catalogue DRAUOHTONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of Short hand Typewriting anil I eleRraphy NASUVIIUTENN 4 WEEKS by Dranghtons method of teach Â¬ ing book keeping Is equal to 12 WEEKS by old method It expends more money In the Interest of Its Kinploytnent uepartment than half thr business college In the south take In as tuition It Is strongly endorsed b Hankers Merchants and over the United States ractical book keepers T teasonable rates of all Cheap board tuition Coo students past year Open to both sexes It has and Territories representing 36 States Â¬ Â¬ fvBr Do Good We are making the last offer of the year If y u want to do a deed also prepared books for jr sent on 60 days trial When von write explain vour wants Address J F Draughon Prest Nashville Tenn It pays cash I5 for vacancies as book N II keepers stenographers teachers etc reported provided it fills same 1IOMH STUDY Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR WHAT TIE Lovings Protective x AND Collection Agency NO HUMBU A string around your ringer ask to see our Good Jeans Pants for - - 6gc Hcst Jeans Pants for fSc Hoys Jeans Coats for ioo Ladies Initial Handkerchiefs for 5c Ladies Silk 25c Mufllcrsfor - 40c 75C THIS IS BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT KY Headquarters BOWLING GREEN BEAT MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY Shaker Flannel for Mens Under Shirts for 9oc -- WHITES CREAM - 5c 19c THE Ladies Good Vests for 24c Chenille Covers for 24 Ladies Mulls for - - - - 9SC 22 inch China Silk for 39c You can buy an everlasting Xmas rcmcmberancc from us Clothing Big line of Overcoats Large display of Cloaks Large Variety Gents Furnishing Goods -- VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS every bottle Has loci nil WORM Romodlos GUARANTEED SOLI II V ALT KUGUIST8 niriiinosov ntmuiii ro it tons Dupuis Treatment SYPHILIS A distillation of herbs found only on tbo Island of Ilnvtl and tho country bordering the Madeira lllver In Brazil An antldoto for SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES Tertiary stages of HyphilU huvo been Cuhed by this treatment In sixty days restoring tho blood to original purity Write us stating length of timo you havo been afllictedandwo will send sample bottlo 1rco olCliurKC Into of treatment etJSU month Visit Hoadquarters The Great Bargain Store rnoaBAU GeoYeakelCo BRANDENBURG KY Opening exercise Music Wolcomo address Sidney Hall Need and value of Association County DEMOCRATIC Citizen or a Republican or any other sort of a man our ONE and ONLY aim Is to sell him what clothes ho Wo never loso sight of that wears point and wo know that tho cheaper Wo aro wo sell the moiie well soli trying It on tho young men this week trying to teach them economy before Wore selling tuoy get into politics wool suits for young men of 10 all and under for 4 550 750 aud St But these So aro somo other stores suits and were a aro ditloront different FIOXAJEj 00 Importers ciibmioai Standard Preparations per 161 183 41103 BIIO AD WAY CINCINNATI OHIO Superintendent Why and how to teach geography Win A Sklllman Music pmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmammmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmm Why Clint Why marks Music and how to teach U S History Bashara and how to teach diacritical Clint Tucker Why and how teach grammar Chas Moorman Essay Miss Ada Board Why cultivate tho taste for reading Amanda Iulleu Music Why and how teach physiology II J Roberts Essay Miss Bcttie Harned Music The true teachor G II Hall Recitation Miss Wlnnio Stinnett Tho duty of trutees Board of Trus Â¬ tees Music PARTY JACOB MEYER BIG SPRING KY 4 JT 0 BOURNE J M HARPKK DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO The model school Wesley Tuckor The Importance of arthmetlc By Association Miscellaneous Music Commission Salesmen of Live Stock md m -- Adjournment All teachers are cordially invited to come and take part in the discussions Sidndby Haix Vice 1res TOTHKTZACIIKES before the 9d Saturday in each month For I ean not send out your checks un- Â¬ til after that time owing to Ute fact tlmt I failed to net the DOper sent draft due la Nov But I am assured by tho State owtetal that tbe whole amount will be das ia January draft And I Miggest bat saeh toaefeer apply himself diligent Ot Breckenridge schools please send in your eertifloate from the chairman on or I TflAT I dark movm I TASTE I H H I NEATS SARSAPARILLA in your mouth indicates Bile and hows that your bloods wrong I H I I will Mt your blood right t and cure your DytnepeU Slcklleatl NervountM Aches and Pains Tone you up all over Try I I I H I I CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOUflBON STOCK YARDS It gg LOUISVILIF Ky SBBgeygJBB tggBBaggB igSIl ll U II Il H H H COPYRIGHTS tgnmjuc M V HN A CO CAN I OKTA1N A VATKNTT for answer nd an tionwt opinion wrllo to who nam had nearly 8Itr patent boalnfaa Cosunanleay - HBRfSDa H upMieiMMlaUi Uoua one bottlo and be lure to alr for Neati I Ky nrlctlr oonDiicntUJ- A acil bow to ok forautloa oonoarnlaa InteulllnbekorIn of Also a unt int tM aM solenilni bnoka mi hn Jnit Dr MeBt irow4m J Th U S Oovt Report tomlto scut two ratonu Ulun tlirvxua Mens A Co MaUl iwiloaln tho MoIohIIIo Ajnorlrae a4 widow befure tfco ooWta lt Hubs aro sunt Ml tOO MToutor MioRos1ft1Co of aor 1 ti oaulocaa nixaan WvBmu itsi AR FISHER PftHflat PHwrpert ao Torratuw Sbie jrm htrrt ttSHS PjhjSVay n THE BREOKHNRIDGR Breckeheidge News HARDIN8BURG is NE1W jOiVJkRFORI KY 4 WTIIWWWIW I l f If County Court next Monday THE SICXKT BALLOT The town is full of Christmas goods LH W TIME TABLE Jm D 7 0 BaMtgt Edltori tad Froprlotri Gus Shcllman took charge of the jail With All of Its Defeots The People oomo vur Saturday Fauenger Dally arr HarJlmburgl2itl pm Like It WEDNESDAY DECEMBEK 12 1891 Mr Michael Meyor Burns was in OOINO HIT Pasaeager Dally arr Hardlnibarg 7il0 atn town Monday Bnliotlptlon Price 5100 a Tear In Advance A number of our exchanges -- aro de Â¬ If Paid at the End ef the Tear SI 25 Country produco of all kinds wanted manding tho repeal pf tho secret ballot Stick candy 5 cents per pound Julian at J A Witts law clalmlns that it bad much to do Brown Miss Vorda Moorman returned from with tho great gains mado by tbo Repub Â¬ Stick candy 5 rents per pound Julian Loulsvlllo Monday licans In the recent election It is an SOME SPICY HEADING -Brown Headquarters for all kinds of Christmas Ma undoubted fact that tho adoption ot thu - v 0J6J6 VI Watch for my big Christmas opening goods Julian Brown secret ballot has always woiked to tho Nkxt wcok tho News will publish Pop Julian Brown detriment ot tho party in power locally Judgo M Board and Johnnio Ilaswoll hams circular and Ilov Ben M Bognnls speaking and wo havo no doubt that Apples pears grapes oranges bananas went to McDaniols yesterday reply to it Look for something spicy votes wero cast hero in tho lato election at Julian Browns Tho Epworth Lcaguo will givo an en Â¬ and to tho point Hand in your orders that would not havo been dono had it 3IfB M 77 trade BF Beard Co aro nicely decorated tertainment during tho holidays for extra copies Stonewall Tcun been so that tho voter would have been for tho holidays A number of parties wero hero from placed on record But at the samo tlmo is having a good run at Kin Irvlngton Monday attending Quarterly Dkmockatiu Senators have declared in many good men can now cast their bal- Â¬ Boards favor of tho election of United States choloo Court lot quietly who would novor have elbow Â¬ voto of the people Senators by tho direct Tho town will be full of Christmas Quarterly Court was in sessslon two Kidney Livor Trouble ed their way through the surging mass and goods in a fow days days this week It is Judgo Adkissons that surrounded tho polls in tho oldon George Denny tho defeated Republi Â¬ and Norvous Debility Julian Browns is the place to go to lost term time It has not fulfilled tho ideas of its can candidate for Congress in tho Seventh buy your Christmas goods Wo will sell you candy n few cents 10 Years of Sufforlng Ended by advocates in stopping the uso of money district now claims his election over Tho cheapest placo to buy your flro cheaper than any houso in town Jul- Â¬ at tho polls but has rendered tho pur Â¬ Taking Hoods Owens by a majority of COO works for Christmas is at Julian Browns ian Brown a I Hood Co Lowell Massi In my chase of votes of moro doubtful utility The effects o Hoods Sarsaparilla than before With all of Its defects it Sam Glasscock Hardin county and Gus Brown and D R Murray Clover The Republicans aro claiming much hare been truly marrelous It far surpasses Wesley Oliver East Viow woro hero ono port woro hero Monday altondiug Quar- Â¬ any other medicine I hare erer taken For 16 will bo a long tlmo before tho peoplo slnco their victories in November Many will bo willing to go back to tho old way years I was troubled with torpid liter kidney terly Court of them confidently bcllovo they will day last wcok trouble- and nervous debility and was of voting Winchester Democrat Tho Teachers Association in tho Cth Henry Lako was hero Monday from elect a Governor of Kentucky next year A Holplose Invalid Magisterial District will meet at Mc Rock Valo and qualified as Magistrate in I have been taking Hodes Sarsaparilla for three iWhenyour heart is bad and your The hominy mills at Henderson linvo Daniels Dec 22 that precinct months and I feel that I am cured I feel better This is sad indeed just gono under for Julian Brown went to Louisville last Mr Charley Mattlngly tho Republi- Â¬ now than I barehealth sixteenC years I thank head is bad and you are bad clean Co and I Hood Ood first for my through what is needed asked n SundayWe didnt expect much hog this winter Thursday He will return with a big lot can Magistrate elect for this district second for Hoods Sarsaparilla 1 hare recom- -school teacher of her class I but wo were banking on hominy in of Christmas goods qualified one day last wcok to know A yers Sarsaparilla spoko up a abundance Wo will have on in a fow days a big Tho Republicans are all a llttlo office llttlo girl whoso mother had recently lino of fruits tho freshest and best In tho hungry and it is not probablo that any of mended It to all my neighbors and several ot Â¬ Holi- Its cash in this town now No money market Julian Brown them are using Hoods Sarsaparilla with good been restored to health by that medithem will fall to qualify in time results I am M years old ami feet better than I cine no goods The gold bugs bear down on Jim E Wade Stonewall Tenn Mr Chintz Royalty tho Republican Tho Master Commissioner will sell did at tho merchants and tho merchants come County Surveyor elect will move to tho Mountain Hotel property in Irving Hoods Pills net easily yet promptly and down on tho people And tho dear Tobacco Sales fflclently on the liver and bowels 25c Hardinsburgand open an ofllco ton Tuesday the 18 Inst at public auct- Â¬ people tho Lord only knows what will Tho following farmers have sold their Mr Percy Beard returned from a ion become of them tobacco CLOVERPORT HIGH SCHOOL weeks stay at Union Star last Thursday Mr J E Chnpin was here one day last Clint Frank to J B Pace Jr 3430 week removing somo crushed stono ly Â¬ Brother Bogard is heating the sinners Whllo there ho killed sixty quail pounds yellow prior at 0 25 4 and 1 Como and cxamino our stock and ing on the vacant lot opposito tho Jail to and evil doers of this town red hot Ho Tliis crop was raised on the highest hill No the turnplko to bo used in repairing the Report For November Attendance is throwing bombshells into every quar- Â¬ prices before you go elsewhere in Breckenridgo county road ter Ho is making himself heard of all trouble to bIiow goods Julian Brown Boll of Honor And Honora- Â¬ William Brown to J B Pace Jr men He says tho war is on and hes about 7000 pounds red at 7 4 and 1 Dont fail to come and examlno our Mr J 0 Nolto was hero last week and ble Mention hero to stay until its over Ho is a bold qualified as assignee of S L Sulzer The Christmas stock and tho prices Wo E W Esworth to J B Pace Jr 3000 is fearless man and says just what ho County Court empowered Mr Nolto to proposo to make the trado warm for pounds of prior at 5 375 and 1 thinks and ho dont care who it hits soil tho goods in his chargo at privato somebody in this lino before tho holidays By Their Works Ye Shall Know Them Isaac Brown to J B Pace Jr 2200 We Always Buv From And when it comes to being hit for our salo for tho best advantage of creditors are over Julian Brown pounds of prior at 0 and 1 Â¬ sins there aro mighty fow of us who es A K Pulliam to J B Pace Jr 5000 Mr Stuart DcJernett and his family Mr J D Beelers family moved to use- Â¬ cape 118 pounds prior at 0 and 1 their farm near Jollys Station last week left Monday for Dalton Missouri whoro Number girls enrolled Tims Jackson to J B Pace Jr 4500 110 Mrs Beeler and daughter Miss Hallie they will make their homo in tho futnre Number boys enrolled The year of 1804 will soon wind to a will be missed by tho ladies of Hardins Mr DeJcrnetto desires us to return his Whole number pupils 234 pounds prior at 0 and close However before It is Anally num- Â¬ burg among whom they havo mingled thanks to tho people of tho county for Average dally attendanco II B Roberts to J D Brashear 020 200 bered among thoso of tho past tho holi- Â¬ for so many years 14 pounds prior 350 150 and 50c favors shown him in tho past Average daily absence day season with all of lis pleasures and 03 Per cent of attendance Miss Annio Bassctt who has been do- Â¬ great feast of good things is to como to 31 The Fains of Rheumatism Bucklens Arnica Salve Number cases tardiness ing missionary work in Mexico for somo sqe us aid all mankind wo hopo Tho past 10 According to the best authorities oilg Number visitors TJio Best Salv In the world for Cuts tlmo is now with her relatives in ConÂ¬ year has had its tips and downs its suc ROM or HONOR Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRboumFovor necticut Shu gavo up tho work on ac- Â¬ innte in a morbid condition of tho blood cesses and roverses to many and yet it IIICIH SCHOOL DElAnTMKNT Sores TelterChapped HandsChilblains count of ill health She may return to Lactic acid caused by tho decomposition has not been so bad that it might not Third year Maxio Bandy Olivia Fal- Â¬ Corns and ulj Skin Eruptions and pos Â¬ of tho gelatinous aud albuminous tissues Hardinsburg next summer Let us look straight have been worso circulates with tho blood and attacks the lon Mabel Carson itively cures Piles or no pay required Mr P Morris Beard has finished grad Â¬ fibrous tissues particularly In tho joints forward and hopo forbetter things The Second year Mamie Dellaven Lados It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ News along with tho rest lias had its ing the street through tho Taylor lot and and thus causes tho local manifestations ca May Ilosa Ityan Ernest Boyd Harry faction or monov refunded Price 25 peculiar trials but through tho wholo the ono leading from W B Hardins to of tho disease The back and shoulders Hamman Proctor Keith Wallio Lishon cents per box lor salo by A R Fisher The contract price aro the parts usually affected by rheu- Willie Mullen Amil Oolzo year including fifty two weeks it has Louisville street never failed to make its appoaranco and wasSlCO The Board of Trustees havo matism and tho joints at tho knees First year Lena Hamman Jano and reach overy subscriber on time It has accepted tho work nnd ordered tho bill ankles hips and wrists are also some- Â¬ Annio Hamblcton Fannlo Smith Man tried also to chronicle all tho nows with Â¬ paid times attacked Thousands of peoplo nio White Margaret Howard Minnie bl5l v in its reach Tho coming year wo hopo Superintendent Driskcll was in his havo found in Hoods Sarsaparilla a Oglesby to improvo our facilities for newspaper ofllco hero ono day last wcok Sinco tho positlvo and permanent cure for rheu anAMMAR DEIAIITMENT work if possiblo and do better than wo schools opened through the county Mr matism It has had remarkablo success Sixth grade Mary Jarboo Eliza May havo ever dono heretofore Tho present Driskcll has been out a great deal of his In curing tho most sovero coses The Delia Batt Effle Swaggot Stella McGav year has been gratifying to us from a timo and has visited all in tho county secret of its success lies in tho fact that ock Eunico Crosson Mary Dean Ella business point of viow however and wo but thirty three As thcro aro about 111 it attacks at onco tho causo of the disease Popham Ella Ahl Joo DHuy Damon hopo to improvo over it during another schools in the county Mr Driskell shows by neutralizing tho lactic acid and Beayin Shelby Conrad Joo Fallon Lafe year his efficiency as a superintendent by un purifying tho blood as well as strength- Â¬ Behon Wilburn Gregory dertaking to visit them in person as tho ening overy function of the body Fiftli grade Muriel Gregory Lillian law requires Catholic Church News Slppol Edith Heron Halllo Warfleld Lclia Daniel Irene Jarboo Marion BabÂ¬ Tho Board of Trustees mot last Tues Â¬ DEATH OF WILLIAM SHUMATE Tho regular Eervices will bo next Sunbage Ida Hampton Wilbur Hamman day night and allowed tho following day at 10 a m David May Charlie Berry Charlie The altar was tastefully arranged for claims J SJeJernett laying two cul- Â¬ verts SI J If Gardner merchandise A Kind Husband Loving Father and Zirckle Edmund Wroe Warfleld Collins the Holy day service INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT 215 Ben Roberts work on street 320 a Good Citizen Gone to His On Christmas an excellent programme Fourth grado Malcolm OBrion Geo Ben Roberts 37 1 2 perch rock R00 to of music will bo rendered Howard Wendolkln Llnnlo Camp Annio New- Â¬ Rome Paiker work 12 John DcJernett Tho Catholics celebrated tho feast of work 250 Leo Meyor hauling 3 Giles ton Mary Oglesby Sallio 8waggotWavy tho Immaculate Conception Saturday Samploy Hovious RafTerty Parker rock 270 G D Brown two Irvinoton Kv Dec 10th 18M Tho Lectures by tho Rov Pastor months wages as marshal 10 Clayton None but those who have been bereft Third grado Wearda Graham Carl Georgo Niehaus will soon bo takon up Beard claim 2 00 Tho marshal report Â¬ of a kind husband a loving father and a Gregory Willis Lewis John Newton Candies Plush Goods Albums Lamps again ed that tho taxes duo tho city had not all dear brother know tho sorrow of tho bo Emma Ahl Willa Ahl Lucy Dean Clara Nuts Cigar Cases Piano Lamps Our pastor is with us now one year been collected henco thoro was a short reaved family of Mr Wm Shumate Ho Dyer Mattio Graham Ethel Heron Fruits Dressing Cases Night Lamps and much has been done during tho ago of funds in tho treasury The next died at his homo near Gusto n in Meado Lesslo Nowton Maggio Wroe Emma Canned Goods Collar nnd Cuff Boxes Swinging Lamps t regular meeting will bo tho first Tuesday county Dec tbo 5th 1801 Mr Shu Tiuius Alvln McGavock Dora Berry tlmo Fire Works Odor Sets Shaving Sets Musical Instruments in January lBIMARY DEPARTMENT mato leaves a wifo and ten children four Tho solo Ave Maria sung by Mrs Second grado Efton BeavinLov May Picture Frames Mirrors Cups and Saucers Books of all kinds Hook DeIIavek Mr Will Hook of brothers ono sister and a host of frionds Greer was rendered with much feeling to mourn his loss Ho was a quiet kind hall Itolla Fallon Annio Jarboo Everett this city and Miss Manio DoHavon at tho services on Saturday Oil Paintings Smoking Sets Perfumery Ircklo Kce Willis Tho choir is progressing nicely and daughter of Mr Huston Dellaven living man in his family a good citizen and a Steel Engravings Dolls Toilet Articles First grado Charlio OBrien Arthur good neighbor and will be missed by tho will soon master excellent music At near this place wero married at tho Fancy Ink Stands Fancy Stationery Toys of every description Yes all will miss Gregory Maggio Burn Walter Neville present it Is composed of four ladies and brides resldenco last Tuesday oveningat ontlro community 3 oclock by tho Rov W B Sneod flvo gentlemen Tho Undo Bill but tho greatest loss is felt in Leo Laslie Dennis Lewis Katlo Moor- Â¬ Tho church was heated Saturday by affair had been kept so quiet that but fow that onco happy family whoro ho was so man Julia Wroo Primary grado Mattio Willis Bertha of stoves so arranged as not to obstruct tho peoplo in town know anything of tho kind indulgent and loving to wifo and Theirs is a loss none can Mattlngly Ella Smith J D Babbagejr All tho children view of tho altar Tho id a is unique wedding until tho day arrived That fathors Courtney Babbage Ray Hcyser Wade young men and ladies in tho surround- Â¬ know but themselves and will bo copied Another impaovement was mado in ing neighborhood had been invited how chair is empty his placo around tho 1 re Â¬ Witt Willie Newtou John Hlatt Tearl setting out beautiful trees around tho ovor and at tho appointed hour most of side is vacant Oh God how hard it is Samploy This month closes tho first term of church furnished and presented by Mr thorn woro present Tho parlor in which for us to bow in humblo submission at to tho marrlago ceremony was performed all times and say Thy will not ours bo school Win Ashbys Highland Nursery An averago standing of each pupil is But look up dear wifo and child- Â¬ Tuesday tho congregation turned out was crowded with friends of both bride dono to gravel tho walk and also tho street in and groom Thosimplo marriago cero ren through your tears to Him who mado at tho closo of tho term from the front of tho church Much credit is duo mony was all that took place at tho wisely wounds will heal tho bleeding class record and written examination Following aro the names of pupils who them especially in saving tho cost to tho bridos homo and tho young couple wero hearts and bo a Father to the fatherless Immediately driven to town where a re- Â¬ and a help to tho widow Only a little deserve honorable mention for leading city ception was tendered them at tho resl Â¬ whllo and tho several links will all bo their respectivo grades Jn punctuality No other remedy is so reliable in cases deportment and scholarship denco of Mrs Sallio Miller tho homo of found in Heaven of sudden colds or coughs or for any Third year High School Mabel Car- Â¬ 1illhful toller thy work it done and all derangements of tho throat and tho groom Thoso present woro Misses AJfalthful eoul Into lary It gone son Olivia Fallon Maggio and Belle Miller Lula Bettio It wn to Midden the tleir children laid lungs as Ayerfl Cherry 1ectornl This We scarcely can rctllic lather It dead Second year High 8chool Margaret Messrs Andrew Alf WHOLESALE RETAIL DRUQOISTS wonderful modlclno affords great relief and Mattio Hook Skillman 88 Jeff and Bon Hook and Mr Gus Sholl in consumption oven in tho advanced First yar High School Jano Hamblo man Tho Nkus extends congratulations stages of that disease ton Sulzera to tho young couple Mr Will Hook is Sixth year Florence Cottroll Things aro moving along at Sulzers tho senior member of tho milling firm of A friendly Menage From Dakota Fifth year ira Behen Chas Zirckle Co and a substantial just as though nothing had happened Hook Miller Laiota N Dak Dec 7 1891 To business man Fourth year Hovious Itallurty Mr J O Nolto has tho business in Rosetta and Brandenburg correspon- Â¬ Third year Emma Ahl chargo as assigneo and tho business will dents of moving to Kansas It is ery gratifying to know that Hone be will de-- League Ih the evening Preaching In Sticond year Anna B Boyd BEWLEYVILLE go ahead as before Mr Sulzers em Â¬ I am still remembered by my old Ken- Â¬ cllne the Idea Baptist church morning and evening First year Addlo Louise Babbage barrassment we are glad to say is only tucky friends though far from my natlyo Mioses Duvall aud Price returned home Bro Willett was sailed heme Sunday There is some interest in the work the temporary and ho will pay every cont Maggio Burn State On account of sickness in my preeehem are very mueh in earnest and For all the ailments of Throat Primary Ray Heyser Pearl Sampley early in the week Their vislte were to attenVl the faneral of a neighbor ho owes dollar for dollar Not a creditor family I did not read tho News very and Lungs there is no cure so very taueh appreciated and we hefe J H Looan SupU will lose a cent His assets are largely Dr Lon Mermen of Brandenburg we think good will be accomplished thoroughly and had not seen RosetUs they will eeme again quick and permanent as Scotts Um been spending several days with The tentSuaday night was Joeh SI 15 abovo his liabilities and it will only be a The Genuine Singer Machine article until my old friend Hattlo Beal Emulsion of Cod liver Oil It is Oheee ye thle day whom y will serve Mr Hunter Hardaway i auong tw Charlie Drury matter of a very short time until all tho alluded to it Sam has lately been homo palatable easy on the most deli- Â¬ It has been reported through this again We wekewe him nest aenlially OocDaw Hod Â¬ claims will he paid off and then Mr Sul Hunting la the famite pastime new for a month with lung fever but has cate stomach and effective county by Mr Gus Gibson that the He was quite a favorite with w In hia zer will he himself again Not a person Right and left and all through the day SreekawMf Oireuit Oeart now returned to G F whoro ho has a in this town hut what feels deeply for White Sewing Machine took the prem Â¬ boyhood dayu and we like hint nene the we hear the reports ef the sportsmans yulMnH4MIMft position in the largest department store ium at the Worlds Fair Why will men leranew Mr Suiter In his business troubles and gun Ho writes he la im Â¬ in tho North west not one but wishes him a speedy and start such rojtorts when they know they Hunter IihhUhI deer while in Dk4a All Mat having rtyaM Saturday our elk meet have ever run th XUt Thank you Hattlo for proving dally are not true It was the genuine Slimer he proneeea to do the aanse here only he triumphant settlement of his affairs He WUH4 Mii iUommJ h iMraky o Brandenburg Santa Ohum awt be the your good opinion but I fear you would V 8 No 2 nude by the Singer Mfg Co UtMH tofwc w property provt a ehangM the orthography ot the werd lean enterprising and valuable eltisen fi t attMetieu Judging fawn the renert el t m fndm find the mother doesnt fulfill tlje prom Â¬ artofaM taa and Ium done much to build up Clever Dent show yeur tag and blue ribbon With aumtOMod regularity we have Bwtndenham eerreafiondent he la there Mt MwmUjt la la Mrhnemyt kindest regards to stimulates the appetite aids the ises of the girl Willi KaWtttff nf port and her enterprises Yen eaat any mere GiMhuf let the people eeme enrainflnaa Tneeday and rain Friday Otvaa tuwUr mjr m cSwalnitMr a tald in tall my Kentucky friends erne and all I will digestion of other foods cures keep a man of Mr KukurVi energy down and buy machines that did take the May they eenUnne OmtH Ihfa ttki4 af nmieair lentW JlldnUanA Willeail tj tfaeua a MAgtmani eoee with the words of Robert Burdette Coughs and Colds Sore Throat premium from me erw iwgwn en gTUpu t wwi faA V U NAMAOn M C H f C Yen may get the upper hand e him tor galaJUnill Mr Ante Mnea U ill at Mr TrinkUa I wish Bronchitis Ik the Ladles Home Journal vital This Swana MVa Co J enQunwujgj ten gnv SanblaWi vpgeergen VFnhel and glve in i Feg a while but hes sure to rise and eewe Christmas Ih the tame strength besides It has no equal yen all A merry Per Taplhv Buckwhp Agent MleeLe Drary and Lnoy Finnic JffflMOl as nourishment for liable and old way irUh Tiny Flaeii benediction anent severe days in BfwwlenlMifg let IBev Snyder arrived Saturday te Ottee 1 door above Praises store etrayaa final owaar a arat marc about Hi Children who do not thrive and wanata wfca aaiall taack la rival God ideei im every one week with Mm Ynkm haia ji4Wf6n Vests ie a plaee where you nan buy auea LaA aqaM overcome UmUYffhtMunr X W4Jrr Marion Lee and Walter Cain um will aUl WUXam Mhl wmh ta lh JMU goods m cheat m your netahber er yottr rt Sunday services Dee Mb ail m m aaaaawuaa ay Nuuia aaiioorr Any CmmIHIm of WmUm been aalU aiea bat are mneb better neigfabf an cheep ae youaieU and an Ma in Sunday acaooi la taa Pewiler SmJtr ftmM to Sctfi MmMt Aw Br Prkea Cream money on every pmrhate Ow Mtttif flfcujriU PajudaMMWf Wk SflgffjM w IFTjWWnj Ha sef awvaJBBunp nuuwe unna7nja SIX PAGES rHRIST- - MAS fcSEn -- wmim7 y 0- Jl - No-to-b- A Helpless Invalid Wm 1894 The Gay Season visit us for your Is dawning and as Hoodss Cures usual we are in the lead Dont fail day presents Grocery Department Handsome and overflowing with good things to eat 1 VEST ful presents in every department Come and us Â¬ Saturday Dec 15th 1894 Â¬ Â¬ Holiday Goods JEVITT Â¬ The largest and finest assortment of Holiday Goods ever seen in Brandenburg are at Â¬ QOUGHS r Prices equal those of any house in the State and get their prices on Call see m Gold Watch Set Silver Ware and a Jar of French Candies all given away Every cash purchase of 100 entitles you to a guess Dont fail visit us get our prices and remember we pay freight or express on all goods amounting to 500 or over to Mail orders promptly filled any point fifty miles from us and carefully selected NEVITTGOUGH BRANDENBURG KY H Coughing Scotts Emulsion ww m 8rrar nemSaajg ktfi tc Vi i mi ii Vi rfrtTrriLiV 7 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 1 DKOKMHER V18oI Your family should bo provided with tho well known emergency medicine Teachers Aiieelatlen Tho teachers association of tho nth Magisterial district will meet at McDan lola Saturday Dec 22nd IStM at 0 a nt PiiOaitAM BRANDENBURG Mr Taylor Haynes bns gono to Clover Â¬ port to sink BOino wells I bellovo our town Is entirety free of any kind of sickness Measles lmd a very llglit run Mlsa Llda Haynea Is delighted to bo at V liomo again and wo aro all truly glad to wolcomo her back Misses Lucy Frank and Lena Drury of a Uowloyvlllo were visitors of Mre John Frakcs lost week Miss Ella Dowdon bos resumed school duties aa other arrangements could not be satisfactorily made Mr Eskrldgo of Vino Grove visited Ids aunt Mrs S 0 Malin last week and enjoyed tho meeting In progress Mr Heal McMonlglea bouso on lot ad Â¬ joining Catholic church is going up rap Â¬ idly It will be for rent as soon as com pleted Mr and Mrs James Falrlclgh arc boarding with Mrs Fannie Ditto on West Hill Tho Btreet was too noisy for Mrs Fairleigh 8 J Brown to Marriage License Molllo Board W M Cunningham to Lbuiso B Williams Louis N Trlco to Sarah E Basham B F Edsell to Emily Brown Dr Wilder Drillo spent sovoral days here last weok Ho dont worship like Danto worshiped Beatrice afar off and then too be can extract and fill molars when not so removed Eugono Medley was tried here Satur- Â¬ day for lunacy adjudged insane and on Sunday was taken to the Anchorage asylum by Mr 8 P Woolfolk Henry Novltt and Eugone Hardesty Bro Nllcs and Bro Walton hhvo had largo congregations every night They nre certainly sincere in their views which we must admit no matter bow much wo may dlflbr with them We gain much Hrao by not looking to see whatour neighbor says or does or thinks but only atwbat is just ourselves It ofton happens that God permits those who judge others to fall in tho samo or even greater faults Mrs F J Anthony lectured hero last Sho is from Lebanon eek to ladles Ky and very much of a lady modest Her husband is an and unpretentious invalid and in California for his health henco sho has sought this career for a livelihood as well as benefitting her sex Lawrence Lewis was overheard in a mental Soliloquy and this was tho vent Oh Jove wherefore of bis thoughts Indeed didst thou place in tho light of the sun that specious evil to men wo mon Taking old womon home after church is not at all classical past time Judge 0 0 Fairleigh recently return- Â¬ ed from Ellzabethtown says that the Methodist circle Is delighted with Bro J T Cherry and sure ho tf can they help it 7 A gentleman and a Christian de- Â¬ Wo of this burg voted to his work cherish the most pleasant memories of ilmsolf and family We all were very verry sorry to hear of the mlsfortue of our friends tho Misses Munford It was indeed a sad blow to have a new home so near completion claimed by flames A Christmas was anticipated within its walls and again we are reminded that wo propose AVERS CHERRY PECTORAL The best remedy for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs Prompt to act Iff1 r Sure to Cure Ho proved in jeveral in Â¬ broadcast stances whero scarlet fever and other contagious diseases had been contracted So it by handling small paper bills seems that a law prohibiting paper cur rency in small sums would bo n boon When wo como to think of how filthy thoy become from long usage and passÂ¬ ing through so many hands wo do not wondor thoy dlsseralnato disease be Â¬ cause wo would nover dream of fumigat Â¬ ing them as wo do clothing or rooms Should tho Government pass a law to issue no lower denomination than ton or twenty tho risk of contagion would bo reduced to a minimum And thoso bills should really not ho in circulation too long if poor humanity Is to suffer there- Â¬ by Still if any of you should decldo to throw away a few If youll forward them 0 0 D Ill not mention it to the Board of health Some folks will think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is no better than the common cough remedies until they try it Then thoy will know for themselves that its tho best on earth For sale by Haynes Cloverport Dr R Short II McMullln McDanielsM Meyer A Co Buras Geo Heysor Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowloy ville Ky W E Brown Irv- ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfiold Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Opening exercises Wclcoino address M Coke Response Miss Kato Glasscock Importance of tho public school Rev F R Roberts Separnlo nnd combined methods of teaching primary reading and spelling Clifton Howard Should beginners bo required to do any work outside of recitation Miss Vannah Overton Grammar Its Importance How teach It ILL Mercer Essay Miss Bccca Wilson NOON ItECESS Texas Mr W R Wllllnras who for soveral months has been agent for tho Texas nt Irvington has resigned his position Ills resignation causes several changes all over tho lluo Mr M F Howo Is transferred from tho agency at Hender Â¬ son to tho general offices at Loulsvillo as day operator Mr John McCarty returns to Onensboro as ticket agent relieving Mr 0 F Redman who Bticccds Mr Wil- Â¬ liams at Irvington Mr II 0 Morduos brother who is now employed by tho L nnd N nt St Louis will succod Mr Howo at Henderson There will prob ably be a change of night operators nt Irvington Tho changes tako effect Dec Â¬ ember 15 Oweusboro Messenger Several Transfers oh the We Come Again Santa Claus Is To inform you all that Objects of Association County Super- Â¬ intendent History Its Importance Miss Lucy Nobletto Civil Government Why teach it J II Pllo Miss Moral training in public school Cova Mntthens Reading Why cultlvato it RT Losllo Duties of trustees patrons and teach Â¬ ers By Association All teachers cordially invited to attend Milton Coke Vico Pres Every person big llttlo old or young black or white rich or poor who has over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro nounco it tho best cough nnd lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its truo too so wo guar Â¬ antee Forsalo by Short HayncsClov orport Dr R II McMullln McDanlels Geo Hoyser M Meyer Co Buras Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowleyvllle Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfiold Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky BRAND THE CLAIM A3 FALSE STRIKES IS WERE YOU CAN EIND SANTA CLAUS US BOOKS DOLLS QUEER BIG DOLL You get with ovory purchaso of 25c n ticket on tho Baby Dolls Uoy Dolls BABBAGES Tickets willl bo counted January 31st 1895 From 3c to 4 00 ABC Books Picture Books Story Books here with an abundance of pretty things for both old and young You are a welcome visitor at our place Jointed Dolls Nigger Dolls Bisque Dolls Patent Dolls China Dolls Dolls with natural hair Kid Body Dolls Dolls ol every Description You cant afford to miss seeing our Doll display 15 inch Doll for 10c 24 inch Doll for 25c You have tne nerve when money is so scarce to pay Chatter Box 1894 fancy on us prices prices for your Oall ToyslTnyfllToys Where is there a boy or girl that cant be made happy when their eyes fall upon our Toy Department We will mention a few articles CHRISTMAS GIFTS Holiday display Poems in the latest binding all Authors for 1 00 Biblcsan excellent selection Great variety of Books in fine cloth binding for 75c Look through our get our and see if we cant help you somewhat F N DHUY Restless Jeweler Worlds Fair Officials Expose a tender to an Award Pre- Â¬ Cloverport Ky GUSTON There will bo a wedding suro in the near future The furniture has already arrived Our friend at Henderson reported snow there Friday night Wo shall have it next Dr A A Baxterwifo and litlo daught Â¬ er were guests of T E Condiff Sunday evening Misses Gertrudo Osborne and Minno LeGrand wero guests of Miss Helen Pollock Sunday Hugh Hardawny was the guest of Misses Bettlo Cain and Clam Adklsson Sunday evening Tho members of tho Presbtorian choir met Friday evening at Miss Clara Adklssons to practice Wm Shumate a well known farmer of this vicinity died Wednesday after a short illness of pneumonia Mrs Jennie Sttth and little daughter of Irvington who spent soveral days last week with Mrs J It Baskott returned homo Saturday Alhort Hambrick a farmer who for many years resided near Haysvillo died Thursday from injuries received in a fall n short time ago Misses Hettie Hardesty Blancho and Isadora Maude Whelan and Messrs Whelan and K 0 Brown were guests of 0 E Lewis and wife Sunday HunteTTIardaway who has been visÂ¬ iting his brother Logan in North Dakota returned Friday He is very much im- Â¬ proved in health and is woll pleased with the country in which ho has boon a visitor for somo tlmo It was with regret that wo watched the firo lailon clouds as thoy roso high above the eastern horizon last Tuesday when wo learned that they signified tho complote destruction of tho beautiful new residence of tho Munford sisters Boys whon you aro thinking of taking unto yourselves wives and your frlonds begin to suspect it Just say you aro going to Louisville to buy Christmas goods or to celebrate the 4th of July which ever event is nearest at hand This Is the latest fad and will throw them off the guard even though tho furniture does como In a fow days Marvelous Results A Chicago III Ono of the odd re Â¬ WANTKD for office work on salary in mott sults of tho Worlds Fair is tho claim now every county In the Middle Southern Western raado to awards by some who wero not and a few of the Northern and lintcm Mates a Those trom youni 1iity or younj gentleman oven exhibitors Officials of tho Exposi- Â¬ the country also accepted Kxpericncc not necIn fact prefer beginners nt a small sal essary tion have not as yet taken final action in ary at first say from Jjj to f 50 per month Many who started on small salaries now retho matterbeliovlng tho quick wit of tho Must be a ceive from J75 to fue per month peoplo will detect tho spurious claims good worker nnd furnish good reference Must deposit in bank cash about ioo No loan asked But to tho enso of a Now York baking no investment required It Is a salaried and Our enterprise Is strongly powder that has been widely advertising permanent position Address I U IIox 4jt endorsed by bankers an award tho attention of the Chief of Nashville Term N It You can sive delay etc and prnvc to us that you mean business by enAwards for Agriculturohas been directed closing stamps x cti to cover postage on correspondence He brands the claim of this pretender as explain all and for printed matter which will false declaring Neither the records of ond LASTING RESULTS this department nor the official catalogue of tho Worlds Columbian Exposition show that this Now York Company was M from any injurious substance In an exhibitor consequently it could not Unr w UBS1 ABSOHiroj BZDVHS B receive an award at tho Worlds Fair GUARANTEE a CURE or relund your money brittle Sand 4c for treatise 300 Thoso who fairly won their honors at rVf MvniAI fJO ninn Mn the Fair seem disposed to treat this fraud Anj finfsi A ijsTsifbmfisjiftn Aigi 11 yiftyf as any other fraud should bo treated The Prico Baking Powder Company of Chicago having received tho highest award say they aro convinced their claims and thoso of all other holders of rightful honors will ho fully vindicated by tho public Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SECURE POSITION Iron Stoves Sulky with rider will run a mile Pianos China Sets Drums Tin Sets Wash Sets Magic Lanterns Steam Engines Banks tf 5v vfcfw hh 1 r V73ii33ELj ffl MTvvvSvfrffiCSffis BiffiitSGiGljo Albums Blocks Beauty Blocks Little Grandmother Blocks Nest Blocks Brownio Blocks Building Blocks ABC Blocks Our lino of Novelties aro too To enu- Â¬ numorous to mention merate them would make our advertisement to lengthy kFAT PEOPLE pr Wooden Ware Wagons with 5th wheel iron axels 8100 Iron Wagons Toy Wagons Sleighs Chairs Baby Buggies good variety Shoo Fly Rockers Tool Boxes Trunks 11 f In Tho handsomest lino you cvor saw and at prices that cant help but astonish you Now goods and vory attractivo made of Aluminum but God disposes Tho Soda Ash Plant is giving work to a great many of our people and things up there have assumed a very business aspect A graded school building is on the tapis Street lamps aro freely dis- Â¬ cussed with quite a possibility So you see we are not by any means in a stato of lethargy or apathy As Iloso my items I hear Jennie Dear Woolfolk is sinking gradually sweet girlBO young with life just open Â¬ ing OJi I our lives aro crowded full of strange mysteries but there is a good father who knows what wo suffer and will holp us to bear it or we would break in the tempest like a frail weed Tho dry goods stores have tho great merit just ncjr of looking warm and cheerful in spite of cold and drear with- Â¬ out Red is ono of tho fashionable col- Â¬ ors and a magnificlont shade of cardinal is shown m a dross makes one forget cold winds and dark skies so well does it set off a clear complexion rosy cheoks and bright eyes Grahampton Mig Laud Transfers Co to Alfred P Lusk 21 acres JG Harrington and wife to George Ritchio house and lot in Muldraugh Eliza Den Â¬ nett Ac to G F and J II Gardner 00 acres 20000 j Gus W Richardson and wife to Sandy Alexander 24 J acres 382 50 G L Keafus and wife to Calloway Brown 42 acres Calloway Brown and wife to G L Neafus 40 acres Amanda 0 Richardson to Tempo Simmons house and lot in Brandenburg Advent is with ua which tells us Christ is near and should Impress us who keep it more and more with the reality of life the solemnity of death and the awfulness of the JudgmentRBd not only all this but of the exeeodinft sinful Â¬ ness of tin and the fearful risk of con Â¬ tinuing It But this season also reminds vm of a Deliverer frow all this sorrow and tin A Saviour who same to prepare us for noaee joy and light uhI it k for all Now wo who pUd ask and kaeek Uke up new weapoM of warfare to eoa Tqaor the Adversary of our souls ot aa My thing but eosqtwr wo way la tue etrtitgUi of tho Lord of Hoots Mr CWlWto waata Uu lowoot donoaU- MtioM of bank aotos to bo Ua dollar His Um ooinoMo with a olovor patholo Â¬ gist and practical phyaiaiaa of a great flm mum of eitr who saU maaUy tit eoaatry It Umom dollar UU a frowsy nlthy bit of aaaar wfefeh aoy medical wa will tall you sows diasaat 1 E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paducah Ky says that Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honoy cured his children of whoop- Â¬ ing cough when all things elso failed Its a now remedy for all coughs For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R II McMullln McDanlels M Moyor Co Buras Goo Heysor Constan Â¬ tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowloyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols parfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky This Is a Growing Country In other times or less than fifty years ago Americans were peculiarly eensitlve as to what thoso foreign and more espec- Â¬ ially those English travellers who camo hero thought of them and their ways and their manners and their Govern- Â¬ ment and all their big things including tho Mammoth Cave of Kentucky Niag- Â¬ ara Falls and tho Rocky Mountains That kind of sensitiveness which grow from rawness does not trouble tho living generation of Amorlcans This country has forged far ahead of the period of our ancestors in tho jrcara before the war What any foreign traveller of our times may think of this republic or Its institu- Â¬ tions or its peoplo or its passing show is of very slight concern No such writer as Mrs Trollope could now stir up tho anger of the Americans This Is a grow- Â¬ ing country N Y Sun To say something is one thing to prove It is another We cant provo that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Is tho best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont means so much more than you imagine serious and rfatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected r piay wun iNaiuru s greatest gift health Poor Health Miscellaneous Collar and Cuff Boxes Music Rolls Blacking Sets Tourist Sots Mirrors Frames Watch Holders Cases Toilet Sots Infant Sots Handkerchief Boxes Shaving Sets Pipe Cases Manicuro Sets Brushes Cups and Saucers At all Prices llwlr tTTATrrvy njfnsi i vRVftTrftVwgT I rnjjyje vS ffi JfrJl rf rk iifvff irrvxH irw if MTtrTM VTaT mtvyirn x HTtrnrKTrH ni CANDIES CANDIES CANDIES CANDIES Browns Iron Bitters i K 5 ou are feeling out of torts weak anil generally ex Â¬ hausted nervous have no appetite and cant work begin at once tak Â¬ ing the moit relia Â¬ ble strengthening medicine which Is Krowns Irou Hit Â¬ ters A few bot tics cure benefit comes from the very first dose it tvont j41 rtur FRUITS FRUITS FRUITS FRUITS Are what Santa Claus is greatly interested in Your basket We pride ourselves on can be made tempting from Babbages these two articles pleasant to take link and Iti It Cures DysncDjIa Neuralgia Constipation f Malaria Kidney and Liver Troubles Bad Olood Nervous ailments Womens complaints Cet only tho genuine It has crossed red lines on the wrapper All others are sub atitules On recelnt of two sc stamns wa will send set of Ten Beautiful World Fair Vlw and book free BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MO Our Christmas stock of Furnishing Goods consisting of COLLARS CUFFS SHIRTS NECKWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS MUFFJ ERS SUSPENDERS GLOVES HOSIERY is complete f AuAuAmA VVV From a letter written by Rev J Gun derman of Dimondale Mich wo are permitted to make this oxtract I havo no hesitation in recommending Dr Kings New Discovery as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe Terrible paVoxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as it she could not survive them A friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery it was quick in its work Trial and highly satisfactory in results bottles free at A R Ffohers drug store Regular dw W aBtl l Geo iTABLERSDII BUCK EYE P nillj THE BIG DOLL Has set every little girl wild in this vicinity No extra price for goods but we want to increase our trade by giving you 1 Vll agree with us vouget your money back Haynes Clovtr For salo by Short port Dr R II McMullln McDanlels Co Buras Geo Hoyser M Meyer Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewley vllle Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfiold Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky OINTMENT IC11RES NOTHING BUT PILES something in return 41 and CERTAIN OURE imnun fnr IB vaars aa the BEST REMEDY for PILES A SURE BHVOailTl BOTD MY A ftmrtateKSsTASMsiUZD ML8TLCUII II RMMBfli What pleasure it is Tfifl DAY Â¬ JAMES B PACE M Jr W Jolly fer Attorney Qsseral at ROYAL Hbmtoi Biking Powder mtt tm If tho Kepablloaas aro wise which they are not they will nowlaate George W Jolly for AUoraoy Goaoral la the ooe of the United StaUs District Attor Â¬ ney mo made a record for InUlllgoaos iadastry aad oouragooas porfonoaooe of dot whioh would bo a good platform of MaoN aad would add atroagUi to aay tfekoC DiatrioT Attornoy Jolly com Hutndod tho coaldaaeo of tho eoart aad ttw raaaaot of tho community aad ho taiafct all aven that it was a sorioua mat Â¬ ter to violate a atetete 0 tho United States In ottos ha know no party out of ottot bo is a atanaett lUpublicaui and that Is tho only obaeUon that jayoao 00 tad to OooVao Washington Jolly aigattta Ptat uinciw ATilRDCI FRIEND Stemmcr antTbuyor of Both Red AND llnl- - to know about Christmas time where you can be able to find We what you want in the Stationery have some beautiful goods - Els a selsntlfkallv Dfoard - - EaMflt and harmless every Inzredl- lant I of rscoznlMd valuo and In constant use by tho msdlcal pro- m It shortens labor toun n WIIWIPII U4Hvt w miv w MoUwr and Child Boole TO malted int con MOTHERS BurleyTobacco PrWMt Fiifery aMaiMflMIIlfflssalalHalH B9B9aariPBMaWBBSPlfTnsESaBBBSSaBBmTnvi We still retain the title of being Clwrp1 Ky HEADQUARTERS im P BEVERLY HiMtr Itafo taining vahiabU Infonaatten and voluntary testimonials I kr mil m hhIH ptrWMM I will sffwr Hub it IhW4 PU1LI0 IAII my t fw m lllU4 MMUUTt Si SMaMSMM CO mf4sU wsm plowsoihw tsMasiU saawliMj ishMm kafraks ami hi ihi TsrsBS of aVU all tmmt aasVar t caali la Mast ikat aaaoaal twalva asoaiWa lias All all aasM will srWaa SATURDAY IistCXMRKKXMi CMstalat jr fataalisf f ar with approva security KAMUU T JOHNNOkL BA 13 BJ Gr Iv Who will get the BIO DOLL Ti I ah y- - P5WT- n Ts e fcal 4 IS L flitj At Christmas play and make good cheer For Christmas comes but once a year C2- 2- i i 4 w The Holidays are coming of joy to our hearts the very thought sends a thrill 5 t v f is -- A - I 2 X I -- Everybody is Happy There is a gathering of Friends and neighbors from far and near this is a time of Glad Tidings indeed As of yore SANTA CLAUS will be found at Sulzers Store Only thisyear Kris Single will out dohimself Our store will be profusely decked with all the nice things that you would like to give your family friends sweetheart neighbors distant relatives4 W-- What a charming sound M -- HjL I Here you will find what you are looking lor and it is E2JMb oLi WmkpBrn f v TMa5iiPlP 7 what we are here for a- HOLIDAY GOODS Here are a lot of pretty things for Baby Celluloid Balls Oranges Linen ABC Books New Cap Tabby Cats that wont break ABO Plates Eubber Balls ivv In great profusion to make the season pleasant to make it possible for you to be happy Pretty thing for the Girls pJI For the Boys China Dishes Stoves Kitchen Sets Sad Irons Paper Cap Pistols Games Watches Freight Trains Passenger Trains SpecialTrains Show Trains Caps for Pistols s r Building Blocks Tin Plates Britannia Dishes Candy 4 uaKes jcruib nuis For Young Men Cigar Case Ash Tray Box of Cigars Handy Razor Strep Box Nice Collars Necktie Cases Watch Cases Cufl Boxes CuT Boxes Hat Overcoat Suit of Clothes Pretty Cups Bings PrAfir1 Rnnlro Rrifnnnin Ton ftaf XXT O lA- - TT7 1 T YV UfK JDUXtiB YYUriiJDUSHUtH d 1 -- licit JLiuy lup xiue xviugg Fire Crackers Wagons S kVVV Father Wheelbarrows Whips Balls Air Guns Pop Guns Banks WA For the Young Ladies Handsome Banquet Lamp 5 oclock Tea Kettle Stand to make Tea instantcr Hand Mirrors Jewel Cases Pin Trays Card Cases China Comb Tray Perfume Bottles A Nice Book Bronze Ornaments Toilet Cases Bon Bon Boxes Celluloid Photo Cases Portrait Cases Parlor Lamps Hand Painted Albums For Mother Carpet Rugs Cracker Jars Fancy Cabarets Dinner Sets Table Cloth Stamped Goods Salt Cellars Nice Glass Ware Call Bells Jelly Stands Cake Plates Individual Pickle Dishes Ccllcry Dishes Grandma Vaces Grandpa Wine Set Suit of Clothes A Good Cane New Ties And Collars Spittoon i he 4 Vt o Cuspidorcs Shaving Outfits Carving Knife Overcoat Smokers Outfit A Cood Book Knitting Outfit Shawls Candle Stick Breast Pin Handkerchiefs Purse Tea Set Night Robe Slippers Pipe and Tobacco Slippers Shaving Mug s GSEsMt-- - Pocket Book Reading Lamp ahttf mjm- nCf 3 wr vr BBKyMtAlflRWjrEa J V m French and Home made Confectioneries Nuts Grapes and Goodies in great Assortment Tablte Delecacies and good i X things to make Merry Christmas all the ffieriek Nfttif -- m siP S Dont Wait Until To morroto Coltie All these things and more too can be found at m I Have yon seen Santa Clam and his seven Reindeers -- On 2d floor XC eh - j a tft J to f C If OLTE Aift I Z dddjti2rfk iStSkMlltliM EgSl i ji msiLii 4fj THIS BlEmOKEUttmiDQm NJWS OiUOVHPORT ItV Vests is the plnco Right hero right now for right prices 11 T1 r rn GOING For tho Editor Wants to Know GLENDEANE Courcrt next Friday night Malliitoon Saturday afternoon Judgo Board was horn Friday Miss Sallto Moorman Is on tho sick list Nolio Asliloy is recovering from a spell of fevers Mr Bryant the piano man last week was here OFFICIAL NOTICE op Tint Vests Mr Kdgnr Hill has been appointed Trnlllc Manngcr of tho Texas Bring mo ypur full feathered ducks and full feathered geese and get tho cash for them II L Stader Miss Nannlo Collins has bought tho Wedding property Mr John Burn and family occupy it wllh hor Slack lcrklus scheme for advertising n certain brand of their whisky is raising a rumpus in this town I will pay tho highest market prlco in cash for full feathered ducks and full feathered gceso II L Stader Snap science and system and cash with every purchaso Is what wo arousing todrivo our business Co mo in and see how thoy work Vests W G Haswell came down from Har Â¬ dlnsburg yesterday for Ice for his sister-in-laMrs Coleman Haswell whom ho reports as dangerously ill Â¬ w immmmmmommmmmmmtng Why His Thoory Work Wont WORLDS FAIR AWARD TO A Big T Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder John Boyd Thacher Chairman of the Executive Committee on Awards at the Col- Â¬ umbian Exposition writing from Washington D C to the Price Baking Powder Company herewith enclose you an official copy of your award which in due time will be inscribed in the Diploma and forwarded to your address unless other wise indicated by you No Powor Earth That Can Stop tho Onward March of On GAD Has been lifted from tho public mind Tho Hard Times aro ovor and the show of Populism If It Will Bring Prosperity Let Her Go says Mn EniTon I notico youreditoralln lost weeks Issuo of tho News criticising my article on political issues In issuo of Jif A new theory In tho treatment of Thus are the honors awarded Dr Prices Baking Powder at the Worlds Fair fully verified On the other hand the claims to awards at the Fair by a New York Baking Powder are proven wholly false Official records show it was not even an exhibitor Was if hprnnA t rnntiinpd Ammonia Notico to Subscribers The date on the label Indicates the time to which your subscription li paid This tcrvci both ai a receipt an expiration notice every week Kxaminc the date printed after Tour name on the margin of thin paper and tee if It It correct If not correct please to let u know If your time hat expired plctae renew at once coughs lung and bronchial affections has been advanceuby tho manufacturers of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honoy It is truly a wondurful remedy All dealers sell it ona positive guarantee For sale by Short Hayncs Cloverport Dr R II McMullln McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser Conston tine A Taylor Itosetta j Drury Bennett Co Bcwloyvillo Ky W E Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno PNichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky PERSONAL Mr DHuys Dates at Riedel Cos day Victor Bowmer hag returned from Madison Mlts Tula Lewis is clerking at Vests Title California prunes at the City Bakery Ben Ilaynes Lewliport was hero last week Visit us during tho holidays Vests on business Mrs Mary Willing Is visiting her sister Silver spoons knives and forks at Chris Perrigo is repairing things at Dr Mrs Sawyer Charlie May made s business belton Saturday J It Iluncho was in the city yester Â¬ Breckenridge News 12 1894 trip to Can Watkins Wo sell umbrellas WEDNESDAY DECEMBER LOOAL BREVITIES at cost on rainy Riedel Co lor layer figs The big doll at Babbagom The Catholics bad a Holy daySaturday Watch for that Christmas ad 02 High St Books albums and Christmas cards DHuys at Canned goods of every -- kind at the City Bakery The lowest and best prices in town on feed at Perkins Robert Lewis hand is doing flno but Bob is minus a thumb Notice Go to Riedel Cps for your Christmas candies and fruit Riedel Co will have a choico lot of fruit and candy for Christmas Chas Knapp has sold his place at Ball town to Thos Thurman for 400 Austin Popbam is out on the streets again after a severe attack of typhoid Wanted 200 dozen full feathered ducks and full feathered geese H L Stader William Beavin has moved bis family into the Vest property vacated by Mr Burn Watches for the boy for thegjrl and for old and young at hard time prices at -- DHuys jjf t i N Judge Murray had a restless day yes Â¬ terday His condition is not improved and his death is liable to occur at any time If you want to enjoy the full purchas- Â¬ Suiters ing power of your mighty dollar bring it Bebt Wllsoa Cooley who escaped to us Our Christmas display is bigger freta the Jail in tbte tows last Septem Â¬ than ever Saleers ber by crushing the leek with hi hawk Bring in your country produce aud ex Â¬ so tbe story goes has been eeptured at change them for groceries or other goods Erin Tennessee by tbe sheriff of that ia our two stores Will give you full eousty RMrket prises for them See DHuy Deputy Sheriff Thoe L Wree d De We will sell all Holiday Goods tor teetive Wills went to Kris Tenaeesee hut night to bring Cooley Wek There eaelt this year We have eat ear profit mav be some intereeuM tUvekmeoMata down to rook bottom ami at oar prim Be ear and see when they arrive with kim m to bow be Uiey are bfgln got out out of jail Ilk eeeape h still DHuy before yoa bay a mystery Tha MtMtiag at tbelteptietoliHrab w jaet getting In a good way Church Pmir Test wowdad every aif hi Itootber Boftwd The says ha i aot in t bony to fat away I J Ami w rm bos at ail IrigBtanad aud woald jtwt m amm gAM aaaaaU irfaaavae Bat Corn hay baled oats shlpstulT flour and meal always on hand at Perkins feed store James Lewis and Albert Lalleist ex- Â¬ ecuted Father Niehaus idea to heat the Catholic church You can see all the latest novelties in silvor and gold at DHuys and at less than city prices Those New Montello and Aureole photos are beauties You can get them at tlo Knight Studio We are wide awake and early in the Come whore Santa Claus reigns field supreme Suherls Truth brands our holiday goods the fatest novelties Economy recommend our low prices Sulrers If you wish to get nice goods at prices to suit tile times you will consult your intorest by calling on DHuy John Sluton was at Mr Greenwoods last week with his pack of hounds and had some flno sport with the foxes Why not buy your Christmas goods at Ho can lit you out complete DHuys from his two Btores at prices to suit the times Saying is one thing doing another Were doing the business of this town Come and joiu tbe great throng that visits our store dally Vesta V G Babbage of Hardlnsburg is gaining some prominence as a divorce lawyer At a recent term of court ho got through several knotty cases that gaye him a lift Gold dollars for ulriety cents never were offered nor ever will be Pay enough to insure getting good goods Buy of reliable dealers and you will al Â¬ ways secure the lowest prices Vests Its so disappointing to seleet some pres Â¬ ent and net make up your ralud right there and then to take it then come back a few hours afterwards and find it goae The early buyers get the pick Mr William Beavin and wife were the guests of their daughter Mrs 11 T Polk last week Mrs T M laNearo of Columbia Tenn Is visiting her father and mother Capt and Mrs English Miss Lida Ilaynes who has been visiting Vests at Fates rille returned to her borne In Brand Â¬ All corns can bo cured if you will allow enburg Saturday MlssSallle Newton of Cloverport has been your feet to step into a pair of our shoes visiting Miss Blddle Carrol of Stephensport Vests Come and make a twenty five cent the last few days Misses Alliens and Minnto Murray went to purphaso and get a ticket on the big doll Louisville yesterday to bo presont at the Beard at Babbagos Murray nuptials Tbe whole harvest of dress goods is as Mrs G W Beard and Rev Frank Qulnn delightfully fresh as a clover fiold just of Hardlnsburg spent Saturday and Sunday out Vests tbe guests of Mrs Wm Hall Bring the littlo folks out to see old Mrs Nannie Ross of Tapoka Ind who Santa Claus and his reindeer on second has been visiting her mother Mrs Jonas D floor Sulzers Wilson returned home Saturday All parties wishing photos finished for Miss Elisabeth Sklllman went to Louisville Christmas should call before tho 18th at last week to attend the marriage of her cousin Miss Sallle Murray to Mr Morris Beard the Knight Studio Crafton Cunningham was at hts home Che F II Ballman went down tho road Sunday to cross the river some attract Â¬ nault for a few days last week He returned to New York Sunday to wind up bis purchase ion on yonder shore of apples Dressmakers will soon be busy The days Vests Chas Elder is improving and will soon bo aboutagaln Such beautiful goods in glosswnro can bo seen at Vests Dick Beavins baby boy was christen Â¬ ed George Benedict Jas M Lewis has nearly completed the Capt Rowland house All tho latest novelties in photos can bo had at the Knight studio Most anything you can name in your want memorandum at Vesta Fred Utting did tho hard oil finishing of the pews in the Catholic church This is the timo to use good hard sense in buying Christmas goods Vests We propose to fight high prices as the authorities fight small pox Vests If you wish to seo tho latest ideas for tho season come and seo us Sulzers Wo keep off the grass by not letting tho grass grow under our feet Vests Naco Lewis took a deep interest in beautifying tho Catholic church grounds Coma and seo us next Saturday Dec 15 Have something nice to show you Vests Rev Father Fitzgerhald of Flaherty passed through town Thursday on the railroad One of our special attractions for Christmas will bo our line of candies E M Hall and Frank English went to Webster Monday Judge W W Taber Haweivllle was In the city Thursday Miss AUIe Keys of Illinois Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Dick Keys Burrel Beard and Thos McOlll Hardlns burg wero in town Tnursday Misses Letltla and Eltiabeth Lynn Hall re turned from Webster Monday Mr Frank Ditto sr Is visiting hts daughter Mrs D W Falrlelgh Louisville Mr Alex Hall of Stcphensport was the uest of Miss Ltitle Newton Sunday Sam Conrad and wife hare gone to Missouri on a visit Sam will put In his time hunting Mr Logan C Murray Louisville was here Sunday to see bis brother Judge J A Murray Mr Oeorgo Ogletby Daviess county was visiting his brother Mr E B Oglesby last Â¬ week Mr E L Clark of tho Cincinnati Cooper- Â¬ age Company Hawesvlllo was in tho city Monday Mr D W Falrlelgh Louisville passed down on the train Sunday enrouto to Mad isonvlllo Morgan Richardson Brandenburg passed up on the train Saturday enroute home from Owensboro - shrewd buyers are getting their dresses made now seo Vests Fop Sale A small flock of sheep with Jamb by a Schrapshiro buck Chas Reidcl Holt Ky Beverlys culvert is still unattended to although tho councils attention was call- Â¬ ed to it at the last meeting Wo are making a strong effort to satisfy all craving appotltes In our grocery de Â¬ partment for Christmas Vests Mr J T Gananne the popular en Â¬ gineer over on the branch was hero last week having his engine overhauled A nice line of toilet jewel photo cig- Â¬ ar collar and glove boxes at very low prices at DHuys Come and see them As long as you lo6k hard up youll feel hard up Turn over a nevt leaf and call on us well make you feel bettor off Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is different from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to tho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for sale by Short Ilaynes Cloverport Di R II McMullln McDaniols M Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser Con- Â¬ A Taylor Rosetta stantino Drury Co Bewloyville Ky W E Bennett Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky BALL TOWN Tho chicken pox Is raging in tho school Mr Carrol Perkins has returned home from Illinois They had a nice thno at Mr Bates killing hogs Tuesday There Is talk of Mr J E Perkins moving to Hardlnsburg Mrs Margaret Taul spent tho day with Mrs Eliza Mattingly Friday Mr Tom Thurman has bought the Knapp property at this place Mrs James Harris was the guest of Mrs Spicy Brlckey Thursday Mrs Sallle demons was the gueet of Mrs Spicy Brlckey Thursday Mies Clara Elder was the gueet of Mies Alice and Lula Brlckey Friday Mr W B Taul Jr aud Mr Sam Tbu have bought each of their wives a new sewing machiae Mr Vfculge Whltehouae and Mr Jim Maekea ware tbe gueeU of Miss Colletta Wethlagtoa Saaday Mr Dick Wblteboaees jaulefl got eared ecaalng home freta Cloverport Friday and run oflj but be waa not hurt There was a debate at Piapkb sebool boaae Batonlay night Tbe Mbfeot was wbkb was the mote destructive it or Vests same date inwhicli you say Our young friend theorizes well and shows up his sido mighty nice on paper but it wont work when put in practice If it wont Plcaso point out tho reason work why Did not the free coinage of silver work for 81 years of our history from 1702 when Jefferson tho reputed father of tho Democratic party mado his report on colnago which becamo the law of tho land and continued to bo till silver was demonetized in 1873 I do not hold that any peculiar vlrtun resides In silver any moro than In gold My contention Is that both metals shall bo treated alike that if wo are to have tho fieo coinage of gold we should also bavo tho free coinago of silver Tho Populist theory In regard to money is that wo should havo a sufficient vol- Â¬ ume of it in circulation to keep industry alivo and commerce active and that as population and business increase the volume of money should bo made to inNow Mr crease in tho samo ratio Mr Editor pleaso toll us why this theory wont work In practice To preserve the equities of timo contracts prices should bo kept uniform and steady so that tho creditor may bo paid what ho agreed to receive and tho debtor pay what ho agroed to pay and no more Mr Editor pleaso toll us bow any man or woman either who professes to bellovo in a God of Justice can boliovo in or advocatoany other theory of monetary science Now tell us or own up that you aro wrong Again you Bay Tho truth about tho free colnago question is that it is a de- Â¬ lusion and a snare and no greater calam- Â¬ ity could befall this country than the freo colngao of silver Is that tho rea son you advocated through tho columns of your paper tho election to Congress of Aloxander Benjamin Montgomery who believed in and voted for tho freo coin ago of silvor Honest now Mr Editor is that tho reason If the freo coinago of silver would bo such a dreadful calamity why didnt you support John W Lewis for Congress who was opposed to freo silver And again you say Aside from tho few owners of silver mines the whole country would suffer Aint thero about 200000 miners who would have exceedingly profitablo employment un Â¬ der freo coinago of silver Wouldnt tho employment of theso thousands of men at good wages increaso tho domand for clothing manufactured from tho farmers wool and cotton with tho cor respondingability to gratify that demand with tho cash putting this money into circulation thus adding to tho prlco of tho farmers wool and cotton Again would not this increased demand for manufactured articles increase tho sales of tho manufacture enabling him togivo employment to moro men and pay bettor wages Hontst now Mr Editor wouldnt tho free colnago of silver do these very things If not w by not The freo coinago of sliver in 18011 would have added 74000000 to the vo- Â¬ lumes money in circulation and would have prevented the ruinous fall in prices suffered by tho industrial populations lost year and this This money would have gono Into circulation without our paying tribute to tho bankers and it will be a hard job for you to convinco your readers that this would have been a ter riblo calamity to them But Mr Editor tho sentiment for freo coinage Is increasing with tho increasing Intelligence of the people Witness tho tremendous increaso in tho Peoples party voto in tho United States while the voto of tho twins fell off enormous- Â¬ ly That young giant of Populism is growing healthfully steadily and thero is no power on earth that can stop or stay its onward march till the shackles of industrial slavery shall bo stricken from tho limbs of every ono of Gods tolling children on eartln Tho Breckeniudoe News is a protty fair journal however It is tolerant to- Â¬ wards thoso who dissent from its views Its columns aro open to all parties for a fair and friendly discussion of political questions now agitating tho public mind and this Bpirit of fairness will cnuso the News to grow and flourish and and con- Â¬ tinue to bo one of the best and brightest country papers in the state though tho party bo dead buried Democratic beyond tho hope of possible future ro surrectlon Jas II Aiinoid Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Littlo Mildred Moorman has been qulto sick but is better now Miss Eva Heston of Jollys Station spent Sunday with Miss Jakio Owen If you want a side shaking laugh that will euro your blues corao and listen Sam Bakor who trains tho young idea how to shoot was in town Satur Â¬ day afternoon Buck Mocrraan went to Louisvillo last week to lay In a supply of X mas goods Ho returned Friday James II Pile of Hartford passed through town lost week en routo to Buras to visit his parents Since our last writing Ernest Harda way Louisville has spent several days with his sister Mrs D O Moorman If you want to seo a great deal of the beauty and talent of tho neighborhood turn out to tho concert Friday night Lafe Fleming of Paducah Is visiting his sister Mrs II B Moorman Ho also sometimes comes hero a courting If you want to seo an Instructive pa- Â¬ triotic contest among the nntiqns come to see Americas success in a beautiful play If you want to hear music vocal and instrumental by artists equal to any in this part of tho country dont fail to be present yilt Matheny jumped off a moving hand earn few days ago Ho broke a few bones in ono foot and is laid up for repairs for awhilo Brother Kutledgo failed to reach his appointments here Sunday Wo under stand ho Is engaged in a protracted meeting at Cloverport Dick Owen recently wont to Louisvillo taking a lino drovo oi cattlo to market Ho drovo them through in three days and Bays this is better than shipping If you want to glvo to a good cause and at tho samo time eet moro than yourmonoys worth bring along your quarter and patronize homo talent who aro giving the proceeds to tho Goshen church Juno Owen nto Thanksgiving turkey at home aud spent a few days with his friends Hes back at his post in tho Baptist Book Concern If you want anything in his line youll find him prompt to attend to all mall orders Miss Emma A Moseloy has returned from a visit to EvansvilleInd Hartford correspondent Saturdays Courior-Jour-nMiss Moseloy is ono of Brecken ridgos brightest young ladies Last spring sho attended Hartford College Tho onterprlslng faculty saw hor great worth as a teacher and sho Immediately was teudorcd a position in tho institu- Â¬ tion Wo never heard of Paul Wcthington till we read his article in the News last week but will predict hes not thrlco fifteen till he is heard of outsido his own county and State too Tho child is father to tho man and it requires no prophets eye to look forward through tho years and seo such a boy honored by his fellow men Give us moro Pauls America needs them Â¬ i Holiday Goods AT SULZERS i 1 Indicates a revival of business Come in- Â¬ Let us enjoy life now to Sulzers W 1X HERE THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON Are on tap Whatever you need in the lino of Christmas Goods can bo had there and tho best of wishes A RE PRESENTED e a FRFR J C NOLTE Assignee lumuaaiaiaiiiiUHiuiaauiuuiuui t Only a few days have passed and Ohristmas here again And the question that goes up all over the country is what shall I buy for Mother Father Broth- Â¬ er Sister And indeed it is a very tiresome thing to sit down and try to study out what t t will please them all But if you will give us a little of your time we can save you all this worry by placing before your eyes the most attractive line of Four Big Successes Having tho needed merit to moro than make good nil tho advertising claimed for them tho following four remedies havo reached a phenomenal salo Dr Kings Now Discovery for consumption Coughs and Coldseach bottle guaranteed Electric Bitters tho great remedy for Liver Stomach and Kidneys Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in tho world and Dr Kings Now Llfo Pills which aro a perfect pill All these remedies are guaranteed to do lust what is claimed for them and tho dealer whoso name is at Â¬ tached herewith will bo glad to tell you more of them Sold at A R Fishers Drug store r Christmas I 1 i 33 f Novelties w 4WWWVl Ever shown you before consisting of Rock- Â¬ ing Chairs in endless varities Tables of every description Reed and Rattan Work Baskets of handsome designs Dinner Sets Tea Sets Chamber Sets Lamps from the Old Shut up Manicure Sets Ladies and Childrens Writing Desks Gloves and Handkerchief Cases Col- Â¬ lar and Cuff Boxes Card Receivers in every design Autograph and Photograph Albums a i Whats In a Name Our name Stands for ono Of tbo oldest And best known Mercantile houses In tho State Therefore Wlion you Buy a Holiday or Wedding Present And wo Guarantco it You havo Something for Your Monoy 9100 Beward 8100 The reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that scienco has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only poeitivo cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly on the blood and raueous surfaces of tbe system thereby destroy Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the eoaatltatioa and assistlag- - nature in doing its work Tbe proprietors have so much faith in lie earatlve powers that they offer One Hundred Dollar for any caw that it falls to cure Baud for list of testimonials Ad4rasF J CHENEY A C0Toiado IkVtiold by Dntfjciete lie Mirrors swinging and stationery Mustache Cups and Saucers Book Marks Paper Knives Wall Pockets Toys Stoves Magic Moral- Conic in nnd sec our Christmas Display Open Eveninos Until After Christmas F N DHUY For 2 1 Years YOUR JEWELER Lanterns Kid Dolls with natural hair Rubber Dolls Shell Boxes Gigar Cases Books of all kinds Gents Toilet Boxes Games Wagons Rocking Horses and a thousand other things that we havnt room to mention So dont for- Â¬ Â¬ Worlds jratt ATTORNEY AT LAW qlovkrJort ky 0m wUk BmM K Mwrty Gus Brown get us when the stockings are hung up Very Respectfully V rj hf a Ku Md ef s I P UAU1 AM If 6 ifc flteia BRRdKRNfeiDQEi U i f fl r h lr i H a man is on tho odgo of a precipice you need but touch his shoulder and he will go ovor or you need but call him by iinino and hit will step back If it is pos sible to do such a service to a follow crcaturo by a phrase no longer than tho widows mite our lips aro recreant if wo do not utter it and when we get to lienv on it will bo n serious reflection that that C -felbw crcaturo wont tho wrong way be Â¬ causo wo wero silent Life Is studded with such opportunities as a coronet is with diamonds Tl Then again tho cultivation of a sweet temper Js apparently a small thing but Ik nrhciil re V-yet it is n duty whoso influence reaches port 3I1UW3 from horizon to horizon It is so cosy to Rnvnl RaHncr become exasperated when everything is 9 not as you wish it to be and so easy also rowder cnemicai- to give vent to your ill naturo in words r J A ly pure yielding 1 6o which sticks in the memory llko burrs in woollen You can say in sixty seconds leaven- cubic inches of what sixty days of continuous regrot will ing gas per ounce of pow- not destroy They tell us ofa sword tip Â¬ ped with poison which makes a wound der wluch was greatly in 7 S post all healing but no sword that ever excess of all others and more came from tho armorer can cut as deep than 40 per cent above the average as a hasty word Thero aro some people with whom It is moro difficult to get along smoothly Hence Royal Baking Ppwdcr than it is to pick your way through a makes the lightest sweetest hedgo of thorns without tearing your most wholesome food and tlothes Thoy are a kind of barbaric folk for a hot temper that is uncontroll- Â¬ nOYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO 108 WALL ST NEW YORK ed banishes happiness from at least two llves itho owners and tho victims It has its origin in a pure selfishness whtch tolerates only my way and has no you have seen neither fact nor argument patienco with your way It is alsoa Breckenridge News to disprovo it mode of expressing a self conceit which In fact you ought to bo proclaims that I am always right while WEDNESDAY DECUMUER 12 1894 able to reascn out for yourself tho fact you aro always wrong that tho rango of prices depends on tho Now bo it known that temper in tho The Roll Call volume of money in circulation It is tho very essence of the law of supply and Wo Ought to Give More Attention soul is as necessary as temper in a Toledo After Nov 6 S the lloute detk cried blade Temper well in hand makes one Ileiiton McMlllen demand Tho demand for money is to tho Small Things that Go to Here wai the answer louil and clear enduring persevering brave but temp Â¬ equal to tho combined demand for all From the Ilpt of the member standing near Make Up Lifes Journey er that is ungoverned is like a frightened other exchangeable articles The de- Â¬ And Here wai the answer the next replied runaway horse who smashes not only mand is pressing urgent and constant Then silence fill ils William Springer If tho supply grows smaller tho demand tho vehicle to which ho is attached but This time no answer followed the call grows more urgent The cotton grower No Telling tho Amount of Happiness every other vehicle with which he comes Only Ins people had seen him fall into collision Thcro is no more admir Killed or wounded they could not tell the wheat grower and the property owi We Miss In this Lifo By Neglect- Â¬ able crcaturo on the planet than a man er finds that ho must give more and moro There they stood In the fading light with a mighty temper that is well tamed These members of Congress with grave dark of his substanco to procure a dollar The ing the Deeds Wo Ought to looks and well trained and there is no more wage earner finds that hemustgivo more As plain to read as open books Do And the Words Wo despicablo creaturo within sight none of his labor This process of giving more White slowly gathered the shades of night and moro for a dollar is called a fall in more despicable in his own estimation or Ought to Say The fern on the hillside was splashed with blood prices in that of othersthan a man who flies in- Â¬ And down In the corn where the popples grew to a fury or snarls and bites because mat- Â¬ When tho supply of monoy is increas- Â¬ Were redder stains than the popples knew ters havo gone astray ing keeping pace with tho growing de Â¬ Ho is really bet Â¬ And crimson dyed was the rivers flood Many A Lifo Has Been Saved By a ter than he seems for ho wears the dis lor these men had crossed from the other side mand of business and enterprise and guise of an ogre and is therefore taken with tho increase in population pro- Â¬ That day all In face of a Tarlffic fire Warm Hand Shake and Many That swept them down In Its terrible Ire for ono ducers and property owners givo only a And their life blood went to color the tide fa Life Damned For tho reasonable amount of their substance Tho remedy is to bo found in a more Aletk Hockery I Qiilck there came for a dollar This condition marks the correct vioff of life If ho could think Want of It Two etalwirt members carrying In just level of prices When they aro giv Â¬ himself of less importance and other peo his one Irom old Mlrrnurns din ing less and less of their substanco for a plo of more importance ho would sink Wounded and binding to answer his name dollar tho process is known as a rise in NEW YORK HERALDS SUNDAY SERMON his sovereignty and assume tho attitude James McCrcary I and lie answered Here prices of humility no man replied Aleck Montgomery Our correspondent might carry his re- Â¬ What wo all need in order to render lroin thr same State these two the sad winds sighed flections still further in tho direction of ourselves tolerrblo to ourselves is a rec- Â¬ And a shudder crept through those stan Jlng near common sense by plunging at onco to Ilne upon line line upon line here a little ognition of tho twofold truth first that William Wilson I then a member spokej tho bottom of tho whole business If and there a little Isaiah xxvill to all the little things of life are great he said Wilson carried our colors We ought to givo greater liecd to the things and second that in our relation thcro wero no money in circulation at all Where our ensign was shot 1 left him dead and no money standard what would be little things of lifo and to magnify their to tho world wo should think of others Just after the party wavered and broke No great rather than of ourselves the price of cotton Thero would be no importance moro than we do Close to the While House his body lies such thing as price Instead of being experiences but small ones mako tho Christ tells us that we are members of I paused a moment to give him a drink It is folly to ono family we are bound therefore to measured by tho valuo of money cotton sum of human happiness He muunurcd the Presidents mine I think And death came with It and closed his eyes would bo measured by its relations to disdain the quarters of an hour of enjoy lend a helping hand and to bo through other commodities In that event ment which frequently como within lifo with gentleness and a chivahous re- Â¬ Wheeler CatchlngslCrlsp and Crane And Here I replied the little band though tho process would be slow and reach and wait anxiously for a whole gard for tho feolings of our neighbors CockranlCummlngsHolmanIlland laborious farmers would get three times holiday It is lovo that irradiates the soul and if Rut the roll was called on these In vain When the artist is making a mosaic ho we havo lovo wo shall also cultivate a as much for it in barter values as they Twas a dreadful thing and It cost them dear will defeat his own end unless he sees serenity of temper which will make get now inlnonoy price When the companys roll was called that night Our correspondent ought to seo that the beauty in each bit of stone beforo friends for us at every stao of tho jour-Â¬ Of all the host who went into the fight price is tho shadow of tho substanco call- Â¬ him and recognizes its value as a contri- Â¬ ney N Y Herald Not a handful was left to answer Here I N Y Sun ed money Reduco tho volumo of the bution to tho picture ho is building Any ono who has children will rejoice substanco and shadow diminishes prices And in like manner tho soul does itself with L B Mulford of Plainfield N J Ayeru go lower Take away monoy altogether injustice if it falls to see that tho little Dout neglect your cough His little boy five years of age was sick Cberry Pectoral will euro it and prevent and price disappears with it duties of lifo are the material out of with croup For two days and nights ho consumption Write J 0 Ayer Co If tho volume of money had no influ- Â¬ which great natures aro shaped tried various remedies recommended by Lowell for evidence A single thread may seem a very in- Â¬ Â¬ ence on prices and values our correfriends and neighbors He says I spondent may be sure that the bankets significant tiling We hold it up to tho thought sure I would lose him I had A Just Order color for a tho men who are interested in making sunshine admiro its beautiful In tho Federal Court at Louisville monoy dear would not cry out Infla- Â¬ moment and then ratherscomfully throw soen Chamberlains Cough Remedy ad directing tion every tirao a proposition is mado it to tho passing breeze Tho weaver vertised and thought I would try it as a Judge Barr entered a decreo tho building of a hospital for the eick to expand tho currency Tho first note however winds it about his shuttle and last hope and am happy to say that after two doses ho slept until morning I gave S and disabled employees of tho 0 0 and sign of inflation tho only possible makes with it a leaf or a flower in his W Itailroad at a cost of 22000 The way of knowing when thero Is an infla- costly fabric What wo throw away as it to him next day and a euro was effect- Â¬ order was made at tho instance of a num- Â¬ tion of the currency is tho rise of prices not worthy of a second thought is highly ed I keep this remedy in the house ber of employes who represented to tho abovo a normal lovol But tho shrewd prized by the man who knows how to now and as soon as any of my children show signs of croup I give it to them and Court that tho officials of tho company bankers begin to cry inflation when uso it is tho last of it 25 and 60 cent had lovled assessments on them for tho prices aro on tho starvation level and It is very trite an J commonplaco to that building of tho hospital but that tho by this means they have managed to say that we ought to lend a helplnghand bottles for sale by A R Fisher Clover funds had not been used for the purpose keep their particular commodity scarco whenever tho opportunity is offered or port Ky and Kincheloo Board liar dinsburg Ky In response to tho petition of tho em- Â¬ and dear Atlanta Constitution better still that wo ought to search every ployes tho Receivers of tho road admitted day for an opportunity to do so And What the Graysonites Are Doing tho justice of tho demand and tho entry GARFIELD yet if you will imagine a life in which From the Grayson Gazette was mado accordingly kindly word is spoken and a kindly deed In addition to tho benefits which will Judge T R McBeath is at home this Miss Oma Compton is quite sick at Is done on every posslblo occasion and accruo to tho men there is an object les Â¬ then imagine that all these kindly words week this writing Tho cry that tho son in tho ordor and deeds extending through many Charloy Heyser is over in Brecken Mrs Julia Brown was the guest of Mrs Courts aro tlte creatures of corporations years aro brought together you will rldgo this week does not recelvo that con- Â¬ Milt Brown last Saturday and that labor shade your eyes as you gaze at tho bril- Â¬ M R Shrewsbury and family house Â¬ Miss Nettie Bell is spending tho wiuter liancy of the spectacle sideration to which it is entitled or to and feel a kind of hold goods yesterday to move to Coney which it claims to bo entitled is neither with her grand mother onvy of the happy man or woman whoso now nor low it is old and loud but has Mr Jim Compton is going to move lifo is as beautiful as a cathedral window villo received a set back in tho prompt entry back to his old homo soon The members of tho Christian church with the sun shining through it or as of tho order that the Hospital bo built Wo aro eorry to say that God has seen rich and mellow and inspiring as tho at Shrowsburry havo employed Rev Mr and in tho admission of tho Receivers fit to call away from us our loved friend music of a cathedral organ when its keys Green of Rockvale Breckinridge county for tho next year that tho contention of tho employes was Dr James Skaggs who died at his home are touched by a masters hand just Tho level headed laborer appeals November 15 1894 He was 07 years of Tho rainfall for tho month of Novem- Â¬ Such a life however is within reach to tho Courts and secures his rights ago and was afflicted for several months of every human being The amount of ber as kept by J D McClure was 05 of Tho professional laborer appeals to All was done for him that could bo done happiness which we miss in matter for an inch with 4 rainy days against 340 prejudice and to tho tricks of tho dema- Â¬ He left a wifo and nine children and a serious consideration and we miss it inches in November 169 J The fall on gogue and brings troublo on tho working host of relatives and friends to mourn simply because wo cannot see that God the first day of December was 185 inches man who works Covington Common- Â¬ his loss Dr Skaggs will bo missed at has stowed away a vast amount of en- Â¬ Dick Graham bos completed the wealth homo and by all who knew him Ho joyment in the deeds we never do and Leitchfiold assessments ot property and mado himself pleasant with everybody the words wo never say the total runs slightly in excess of 101 Good Old Granny Metcalf8G years old It does no harm to stop on the high Â¬ 000 Tho board ot equalization met yes Â¬ living at 018 Monroo street Paducah Many pleasant hours have I spent around way for a moment and chat with a blind terday and began the work of adjusting his family circle but alas he haa depart- Â¬ Ky lays that Dr Bells lino Tar Honey ed from us forever No more will his beggar On the contrary it may happen valuo and it is expected that tho assess Â¬ is the best grip cure cough lung and pleasant voico sound like music in our that tho koy to unlock our own desiond ed valuation will bo Increased to some Â¬ bronchial remedy that has been offered ency hangs at tho girdle of just such an thing over 1200000 to the people during her life Guaran- Â¬ ears He has gono but his memory lingers with us like a blessing and a interview So insignificant an incident O W Clagctt sheriff of Grayson teed and sold by Short AHaynes Clover as that may chango tho wholo current county settled up In full with the stnto port DrRHMcMullinMcDaniols M prayer of our thoughts muzzle our tendency to auditor of Kentucky on the first of De Â¬ Meyer Co Vuras Geo Heyser Con IMMMtUtMM grumble becauso we are not as well off cember tho day required by law for all fltantlae A Taylor Rosetta Drury Ben Â¬ as wo think we ought to bo and possi Â¬ revenue due the state from this county nett Co Bowley villo W E Brown bly lead us to be gratoful for tho little and secured his quietus Only 30 sher Â¬ Irvlngton Ky Jno V Nichols ar wo have It is a representative in Â¬ iffs ot tho state were numbered in settle Â¬ fleld Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky cident and serves to show that Goda ment ahead of him This speaks quite It tho result ot the usual treatment of blood disorders Too sjitemii ailed wth hand has been rather generous after all well not only for the sheriff ot Grayson Money and Prices mercury ana roum rememes moro to be dreaded than the disease and in a A young man has fallen on ill fortune but the tax payers as well I boo you A correspondent writes short while Is In a far worse condition or bad habits All that the stealthy than before The moat common result U state that prices and values depend in a dovil of circumstance asks Is that you For rheumatism I have found nothing measure on the volume of money in cir-Â¬ will lot that young man alone for then equal to Chamberlains Fain Balm It for which 8 8 8 la the moat reliable I also see that tho statement culation I cure A lew bottle will afford relief If you were to relieves the pain M soon as applied J his ruin will be assure is disputed What am I to believe i wners mu eise naa lauca I I suffered from a severe attack ol Merenrlal take his hand or in any way show an in Â¬ W Young Wet Liberty W Va The Depend a little on your common sense I Hue muatlmnirarrae and lenbeloit swollen uigra uin iwicit meir natural sis causlBf terest in his welfare as for Instance by prompt relief it affords Is akme worth And also read what tho recognizod finan Â¬ tbenipstexcruclatlDi pains Itpenthundred a fraternal word ol encouragement you many times the eoet 60 eeste Ite ooa wt uuiirs wiwunt reiiei cut eiief tax authorities say on tho subject You cial iui a raw Dome or might fan in the dying embers until they tlnned use will elfeet a permaaeat cure I ImproTad rapldlrand have seen the statement disputed but am now a well man eoapUMlr cured I broke into llama again Many a lite has For Bale by A R Ffeuer Otoverfwt flan hsartllr retain a handshake been Ky with tfili palnloldlsaaM DOUBT alWSedTour wonderful medicine to anroe many saved byhaa warm damned for and burfc ami Kluheloe Board HanUsa WOMEN ttte a life Ky ben WrIMLiYBrooilrnlSlsTaUdR H want of It The IwukWmke U ft little Our Trealbe en Ulead ad k ut DImssm nulled I ttm tdiar Ajldre I thing but UHflYd life ia Bftt a 1 Or PriM CrM Balrtaf ffjjtw 8WirT BMC1HC CO Atlanta 6 thin PENNYROYAL jWAFJBRS Â¬ ifciiftfcllitifciiiiiilfeg V Ov 6 kS- V a 03 WjwTWP aJ xQ m tiJBt Uw Gt6mnPo i PRESTON Held orer Irrfm last week i k bAiirtzvirttttiximh AskleseeJee IHniMHtath t A u nirffi yotl VlU thn oh cbhi centc fT i i Baking Powder Absolutely pure ROYAL W xV o iV Tho topic for discussion at the lost meeting ot the Debating Society wafl Education vs Money It is needless to eay thai intelligent people like wo have hero would decido in favor ot money Wo bclievo that those who spoko on tho money sldo only did it for tho sako of Argument Anybody knows that tho hopo ot our country lies in tho Education of tho Mosses To bo euro monoy is indispensible for If you want honey You must hare money And It takes money money Kvery day and every where write Mm tvhon MefJetieo whti y COME IN HANDY Kir I x 31 FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT Our handsome stpm wind sicm set Nickel Watch nico chain and charm guaranteed correct timo kecpor goes free with every purchaso of 12 or more in all departments M V Cr V tAf X xV i 0 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm LITTLETHINGS 1 1 1 1 1 1 And wo all have n lovo for tho Al Â¬ mighty Dollar which in some people is so great that they havo no scruples nbout their manner of obtaining it It has been said that monoy is tho root of alrovil and wo know that many crimes havo been committod for Its sake while on tho other hand who ever heard of any ono committing crime to obtain an A boy in search of know- Â¬ education ledge is only actuated bg tho highest motives and impulses Ho knows that if ho has a good solid education he will bo tho better ablo to make his way in tho world honorably and also moro ablo to assist others An a bright young teacher remarked at tho Association at Union Star Go to tho polls and you will find that it is the ignorant man that recognizes not tho sanctity of the ballot He box and tho duties of citizenship might also havo added that if wo tako a look at tho lists of tho worlds criminals wo will find the greater number ot them to bo grossly ignorant and if wo examine their records we will find that in their boyhood days when thoy ought to have been in tho school room and having their thoughts trained to run in higher channels they wero to be found else- Â¬ where I say to parents who havo children that God has endowed with natural abil- Â¬ ity to learn that if you neglect to Ira provo these talents that you aro com- Â¬ mitting a great sin and ono which you will have to account to your Maker for It is your duty to keep your child at school all tho timo possible not send him a few days and then keep him hSmo a few days to assist about tho work I have known parents to do this very thing and then wondor why their chil- Â¬ dren seemed to havo a dlsliko for going to school Wouldnt it discourage an To bo sure it is right older person that you should teach your child t work and he needs exercise when he returns home from school But do not dovolop too great nn interest in such things till you have him on tho high road to knowledge Your children if they live the allotted time of man will find enough work to do after their school days aro over and thoy will be so much better prepared to do that work whatever it may bo if thoy havo the advantages of good school- Â¬ ing Wo know we have some good men and women who to their life long regret were deprived of tho privilege of attend Â¬ ing school but theso people realize what they have lost and you will always find them advising tho school boy and school girl of to day to attend school regularly and thoy never fail to have a good word for the struggling teacher Tho lady readers of the News should the Holidays Bend theii full ad Â¬ dress and a 2 c6nt stamp to W N Brainard Box 137 Detroit Mich for a package of tho Imported Face Beauti fier None will bo disappointed beforo CLOTHING SHOES FURNISHINGS HATS LADIES FURS ran qq Mens heavy extra long JpOyO Melton Ovorcoats for 398 ones up to 30 Mens good well Suits for 7 All kinds of better goods aro equal in ovory respect goods and are sold for less thicn - ETC dark Oxford mixed All kinds of better made BLACK OH EVIOT ones up to 28 Our fine to tho best custom tailor one half tho tailors prices Heavy Doublo breasted Cassimero Suits for boys 5 to 15 years old in dark plaids and pin checks for 225 Samo quality long pants Suits for boys 13 to 10 years old for 4 Boys Combination Suits sizes 4 to 15 years as low as 3 08 and elegant all wool bluo or black Cheviot Combination Suits for pairs of pants and cap to match Boys Ulsters and Cape O vercoats from 3 to 10 4t4nJ 52 Wuh silk cord and Sotfiio piped for 348 and tho very finest all wool Tricot eatin trimmed quilted r t jq Mens nice woolen Smoking Jackets bound pocket quilted collar Jackets and Dressing Gowns for 908 to 12 48 These mako tho ideal Christmas Gifts for men and the ladies cant BUY THE MATERIAL for what wo ask for the garments complete Childrens White Coney Fur Sets Ladles Black Coney Sets animal heads Ladies Black Coney Neck Scarfs with heads Ladles or Gents Fine Silk Umbrellas 60o to to 75c to 250 650 650 12 275 150 io Send a MAIL ORDER WE PAY EXPRESS to any point in in Kentucky or Indiana on mall orders to tho Money refunded always if goods amount of 5 or more Write for our Fall and Winter Catalogue fall to pleaso containing full directions for self measurement etc and also how to havo goods sent C O D subject to ex- Â¬ amination - MAMOMTH SHOE and CLOTHING- CO - KLEINIIANS SIMONSON 42 to 434 West Market LOUISVILLE i f mi Â¬ All styles patterns and widths from the cheapest to the finest that This is Will you como and get one now Miss Annio Richardson went to Louis- is made aro troubling us Como and wo will only a fact plainly Btated no advertisement ville Tuesday Five days in the week at private sale for cush or any kind Mr T W McCans has rented his store provfl it house to S J Brown of time Freight paid for 200 miles from Louisville Miss Eva Richardson is visiting at Â¬ v EKRON CARPETS MANUFACTURERS AGENTS Brandenburg this week J E Jordan and little daughter went to Louisville Wednesday Wm Brown and Press Richardson wenfto Louisville Monday Richard Dowell Jrof Irvlngton spent Saturday and Sunday in town Thomas Brown of Faynesville went to the city Monday right on business Thomas Hamilton attorney for Meade county was in town Tuesday on busi Â¬ ness Rev Austin Willett brother of Dr J Max Willett came in from Texas Friday to spend sometime visiting his friend and relatives KENTUCKIANS ENDORSE S T MOORE COi Jefferson St Between Fourth and Fifth TWO TRACTS OF LAND lying on the head waters of Panther Creek near Easton Hancock County Ky One No tract containing 149 acres and tho other 113 acres improvements plentyof timber for building and fencing purposes and somo to sparo This is fino tobacco land and will Kivo some one a bargain in it This land is not for rent or Also 81 acres near Jollys Station lease It iB for sale For further information call on or address FOR SALE S DEAN Rock Lick Ky MARSHALS SALE FOR TAXES One homeland ELEGTROPOISE I make tho prediction that it will tako - lERGURlfU PO SON 5 RHEUMATISM The undetilgaod will i Mirihil of the its place as tho worlds greatest discovery at Fubllo Sale In as it is capable ot doing- moro good for City of Clorerport expoio front of the City Hall In Clorerport Ky humanity than any other Jos O bctwaen the houri of 10 oclock a m and 3 Clarke Esq Morehead Ky ocloak p m on the 20th day of December My wife says the has received grert 1844 the following dcaerlbed property for benefit from tho use of the Electropoiso taxM due the City of Clorerport and all ooeti I bought of you some weeks slnco and Terms Ouh la Ilnud feel sure it will cure her ot a long stand Â¬ One borne lorled npon M the property Money could ing case of rheumatism of W O Cooper Mr of Elm and O W Wright 2 80 not buy it from her Itallroad it taxee du One lot No 7 the property of Matblai Louisville Ky Miller oor Kim and Wall lU Uxm All the money in Kentucky could 10 09 du my ElectropoIse not buy It cured toy On Itovae and lot the propetty of HU wife of tumor after the best puylelans 3M SalUc Miller lot No 135tax due Michael One houte and Ut parte ol No ISO and had pronounced her tneurable Condran Franklintoa Ky 151 property of J M Bell Um Srtfw du Mr J M Myers pf Myers Bonn 333 West Main Street Louisville says he has 0ae ttoro faooe the porperty ef R L Newtta and O W Moorman part no reason to change the opinion express Â¬ of lot No 1 Wall at bet Km and ed about Eleetropoise three years ago S C5 Poplar taxea d It cured 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