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V vr VOL XIX MONEY THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19 1894 allixlng lis money ninrand if it limit the quantity and provldo fully against the counterfeiting of it it will havo thoenmo currency valuo as gold silver or any other substance Again Sec 402 Thero Is no such thing legally as gold or silver money and paper money Money os tho measure of pMce or valuo is the sovereign author- Â¬ ity impressed upon and attached to that which is capable of taking and retaining ttio impress of that authority I quoto thus liberally and from a standard work too becauso It P 8 Now in his reply I wants tho proof want him lo conio Up and meet my argu Â¬ ments and proof without dodging Let us havo no evasion but It t him face tho issue courageously or retreat from the Held Npw to tho courts the interpre Â¬ ters of tho law Tho Supremo Court of Iowa Iowa Reports vol 10 page 240 says In business transactions gold is not a commodity but money nothing more nor less This gold had and has a itatutory value tho parties dealt with it as so many dollars and not as a com- Â¬ modity having a specified or fixed inlrin tic value legally each dollar passed for one hundred cents and legally it had no other talite Again from tho United States Supreme Court Reports vol 12 page 518 Contracts for tho payment of debts are subject to the authority of Congress thoy are engagements to pay with lawful money of tho United States and Congress is empowered to regulate tho monoy It cannot thereore be maintained that Uie legal tender acts impair the obligation of con it has no value in exchange It a thing BETRAYED has valuo becauso It will supply a human Irgal tender greenbacks certainly want possess value for thoy will supply not HoW John T Russell Tho Populist only a human want hut all human Candidate for Congress Betrayed wants The old continental script It His Party and Went Overto P 8 speaks of was not money Tho con- Â¬ the Republicans federate bills ho speaks of vicre nut says Wo all saw how tho greenbacks began to Ioso their valuo No wo did not sco it after tho war neither did R P S for thoy did not do anything of tho kind My friend sajs again my statement that all monoy Is flat money is truo so far as tho debt pay- Â¬ ing function Is concerned This is tho supremo function of money This is tho only function that can be conferred by law Now just a word to tho reador It will do us no good and our country no good to learn the truth about these questions unless we with nil our heart and soul endeavor to havo them enacted into tho laws of our country Tho Democrat- Â¬ ic party was at one time as dear to mo as it now is to you or as tho Republican party is if you be n Republican I havo cast off the yoke you can do tho simo Our interests are identical I have learn- Â¬ nre in their ed that both the G O leadership against tho interests of the common people Read my article Dont throw it away but read it again and then hand it to your neighbor These articles will grow more interesting all tho time I am writing them for your good Respectfully Â¬ NO 22 The Question at Issue It is Creation of tho Law With a Debt Paying Function money R P S A VOICE FROM THE PEOPLE It Is Not thoArtido Itself Nor It May Bo Gold In the Article Silver or Leather Provided the Govornmont Stamp Upon It It Will Havo It Has the Same Currency Valuo as Gold or Silver MONEY IS NOT WEALTH Editor Nkws tI desire to correct an error in ft P 8b last article before join- Â¬ ing isfluo with liira formally Ho sayp sv- It may bo that wo could discuss tho principles Of the Teoples party for there was not enough of that party loft after ftov Cth to disagree among themselves Tho truth lstho Peoples party is tho on Â¬ tract ly ono that mado any largo gains in its Here is the decision of the highest voto on Nov 0 over tho vote cast for it court in the land declaring that Congress in 18D2 Tho voto cast this year for tho has power to place tho seal of sovereign Peoples party exceeds 1800000 being a authority of this nation on a piece of rlct gain of more than 80 per cent Tho papr making it a legal tender for tho net lie publican voto has fallen off about payment of debts bestowing upon it all 6 per cont while tho Democratic party R P Ss the functions of money has lost nearly 25 per cent of its vote in dictum to tho contrary notwithstanding 9J And R P S could hardly havo Perhaps if R P 8 had been retained been ignorant of those facts Ltt me by the claimant who demanded coin of note ono other satoment R P 8 says the debtor instead of greenbacksto arguo it would bo a difficult matter to discuss his cause tho decision of tho court might tho relativo merits of tho Democratic havo been different I Judge Tiffany may and Peoples parties for no man living be wrong tho Supremo Court of Iowa or dead can tell what a political party and of the United States may bo wrong belloves or teachc s I dont know what but R P unerringly right I the dead cau do but I give it as my de Â¬ There nre many other decisions of liberate judginont that no man living State Supremo Courts which I could can tell what tho Democratic party be Â¬ give in support of my position but these lieves and teaches Again R P S sajs are sufficient To my mind it is not a iThe politicians will meet and declaro debatable question The contention of A in favor of Tariff for Revenue Only and R P 8 would havo no standing In any I lf -uiuieuuiam uim mo uougrcss court of justice in this country There j Iiu juvoroi If elected by this party will give the coun- Â¬ Is not nn economist of note to day who try protection and tho single goTd stand Â¬ would entertain his contention for a I admire the courage of R P S ard moment His position has been reject- Â¬ iu panning that seiitenca In that sentÂ¬ ed by all writers of respectability on eco ence hi sums up accurately tho treachery nomic science He will rtject it too of tho Democratic party to the people when he Bees his error and that will not Why thou will ho continue to aflllliato bo long with a party that he himself says has I nowdesiro tdeitosomeof the auth- Â¬ violated its solemn pledges to tho peo- Â¬ F Henri Cernuschi a orities on money ple great Italian scholar called before tho m TXow then uupposo tho sound money United Statis monetary commission theory advocated by It P S should bo testified adopted by tho representatives of the 1 will give you my definition of tornocratio party in convention assemb monoy money is a vnlue created by law W ledbnd that nil tho people should by to be r scale of valuation aud a valid reading this controversy become con- Â¬ tender for payments Further on Certainly vinced that R P Ss sound money in his testimony he said every one understands that as regards was Just the thing to savo tho country paper money tho valuo is created by Vthat assurance would they havo that Jaw but it is perhaps not easy for every give It to them after ono to admit that with regard to metal- Â¬ the party would thoy had voted tho aforesaid party Into lic money also the value is created by law It is however the fact If you power suppose that gold is not money is not It P 8 complains of my rambling legal tender if you suppose that silver and incoherent method of writing that is not money is not legal tender tho tho discussion going on in this manner valuo of gold and tho value of silver is lost we both would claim the victory and no I turn to Macleods Elements of Eco- Â¬ Now I have no de Â¬ one be convinced nomics and on page 231 1 find But I do sire to win a personal victory This unhanDV nhiaselntrinsic value desire that both tho principals and the meets us at every turn in economics and readers shall learn something from this mu HJigmtBt rtuucuou win biiuw iuui controversy as it is a problem on value to bo something external Won thine and then to be constantly proper solution of which the welfare of speaking of intrinsic value are n- our country greauy uepenus trauictorv ana inconsistent lueas Now to tho question at issue It P Tho Encyclopedia liriltanica fays B asks Is J II A ready to auimi that The theory of intrinsic value has been the flat of the government is all that is abandonded by tho best scholars aud sufficient to make any article good writers The United StatesSupreme Court says r inoney regardless of its intrinsic or It is hardly correct to speak of a stand Â¬ commercial value lam ready to af-- ard of value Value is an ideal thing firm that money Ib a creation of tho law Not only has the government power to His question is not clear The law can- Â¬ place its stamp on a piece of paper creat Â¬ not creat an article God only has pow ing legal value money but the govern Â¬ er to create material things Money is a ment has dono so repeatedly This point debt paying function created by the law theif must be regarded as settled of a supreme power and conferred on an RP8 says thot If the govern Â¬ article It is not tho article itself nor in ment can give value to paper it would the article He asserts money to bo bo a boueficont act to create a few mil- Â¬ good must have a commercial value lion for each man woman and child and Now the issue distribute it among the calamity howlers This proposition I deny is sharply drawn of Uila country that they might live in Now to the proof 1 quote from Judge luxurious ease Tills is hardly perti- Â¬ Tiffanys work Power of Congress to nent to the question at issue The gov v coin money chapter 12 sec 400 pago eimmentfn creating money does not qreateany now wealth Money is not To coin money and regulate its value wealth Tho government must be the W HU act of sovereignty involves the right to determine what shall be taken judge of the quantity of money necessary and received as money at what price or for tho wants of the people uiwwure it shall bo taken and rtceiyed R P S saya a thing has valuo be Â¬ as money at what measure or pdoe lp cause it supplies a human want Does shall be taken and what shall ber its effect when tendered in payment or sat- - he mean value in exchange or use value ItteoUon pf legal obligations The aet of Tie atmosphere we breathe baa great coiniko monhy conita in fixing to that use value so great indeed that we could WUiOU is tO C0HBTITUT8 tlONKY the BTAMI it but by not live twenty minutes without AL Of SOVEBBiaX AUTHO JUT V Of which it may be known and jecogntaed market m being authoritAtivbia en- OAST OUT the diaorder iumm titled to be received at he price or value and wesknetsw pepu The authority which stamped thereon coins or stamps itsklf upon the Mticle r can select what svwtack it may uskm ls J II A People who have tried it say that there is no better medicine for dyspepsia than Ayers Sarsaparilla It may not give ono tho stomach of an ostrich but it so strengtiiens tho alimentary organs that digestion of ordinary food becomes easy and natural i STEPHENSPORT Dr Bush of Hawcsvlllc is in town this week Mrs Frank C Ferry went to Louisville Sis to day Mrs C C LowIb will go to Nashville Wednesday Miss Graco Mosley will spend the holi Â¬ days at home Dr D White spent several dayB at homo last week Miss Peggie Ditto is visiting her aunt Mrs Harvey English Mrs Roland Smith spent several days with Mrs Lnnnlo Smith in Owensboro last week Mr J B Biggs was homo last week from4 his work revenue business at Edmunton Mrs Geo Grady and llttlo daughter of Owensboro woro visiting Mrs Frank O Ferry last week Wlisa Nellie Simons of Clovorport was tho guest of Miss Georgia Hawkins Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Katherino Perrigo who bos been quite ill at her daughters Mrs E 11 Miller is improving Mrs Will Kelsy of Cincinnati will bo the guest of Mrs Win Pettit during the holidays also Mrs Kerr of Gas City UThe marriage of Mr Edd Palmer of Nashville brother of Mrs C O Lewis to Miss Lizzie Stiles of Long Grove form ally of this place is announced for Dec 24th 1 At- f Â¬ thrLp self-con- Thoro will be a trco and small enter in tho Baptist church tainment Monday night X mas which eve will consist of singing und recitations by Baby stockings and what the school little folks can do by tho weo lots we think will bo quite entertaining All invited to contributo to tho treo as all is free It May Do as Much for You Mr Fred Miller of Irving 111 writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years- - with severe pains in his back and also that his bladdor was affect- Â¬ ed Ho tried many so called Kidney cures but without any good result About a year ago ho began uso of Elec- Â¬ tric Bitters and found relief at once Electric Bitters is especially adapted to euro of all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief One trial will provo our statement Price only 50c for largo bottlo At A R Fishers drug store GARRETT - X BUITAKMt TO PBCglVK TICK STAMP - umhs ritotKK iNumKKiMNT tftlie w- tkinsic valuk of the wibUnoe up- The currency on which U U affixed vsJm k In the stamp wheu used m mow lyWlxoTin the motal or matswau - ihcWwndat of the stamp as mokky and it cn affix what llll like yum it M tlie Spartan Jw giver way put 1U sUunp upon leather and ma k that liummcy the VinJ so Ions m it ca provide usiut can ilPountsrisiUiiK of Utjuner and thus Rive iwuiste tn quanuiy mi w h to iu stamp upoa mlhttr Um wujaa ysJus s if put upon gold silver or way oilier substance That government Wy put Kg ruyul or mmreiy damp uupa taptr -- Ailn Stoe 401 Govrnent Dr Pries Ctmbj BaUtaff beauty ilapand ou twr bMtok bwuty lw tbte bssb case can be purchased A bad oompiexton a muddy skin a wrinklad face and aunban ye foUow Um diiordars ot the woroaxily function Cupid ta in demand tor ot bealtby womaa for kick and atHnc ones Tbe favorite Prescription b power ful Invigorating tontc sod a rirtUBtbenbiff nwvinelo be used in all tbon distneaJBg troublee which make woman life mlaerabW YpuU find rUet from itoepleeinaM bacWba Its a wedl Mid bearing down leuaatluca oma preeoribed by sa mtneut physiciao lor thoie nervoue oondittota brought on bj f uuo-suob as narrow MomI diaorden fetus ExcitebUtty mat m vrsss criptfoa- - A woman1 isB Tho measles arp still in our midst Mr R L McGuflin of Hardinsburg was here this week For enlo by pHAS O MARTIN Practical Dmgglit Miss Nannie Boll SIpes spent a few CLOVKlirOIlT KY days la it week with Mrs G R Miles Mrs Bruustor of Weldon fs visiting Mr dies Ritchie and family this week Capt Lane aid wife spoilt lost Snuday with Mr John Funk and family Mr Abe Kennedy and son Will Mr Cutt Smith and Dr Miles were in LouisÂ¬ SARSAPARILLA ville last week Mr Louie Ritchie of Muldraugh was the guest of bis brother Mr Fiance Ritchie thlq week Mr Wbi Hllf and daughter Ida spent a few days in JeSTereouvllle and Louisville this week There are wedding being reported from everywhere and we think ere long that we too will haye several waddings to report Mrs Kate Miles died Dember the For rheumatism I Ijave found nothing sevsntsfter a long and painful IUbsss equal to GbaflttbsrlftlnB Pain Balm It BEST BLOOD P UWER The remains were interVed in tho Bick elleves the pain as soon as applied J Grays cemetery the following Sunday Young West Liberty W Ya The in Uie world It cutt MMY9neti Iya- She leaves a husband two little girl tpfowptrelief it affords js alone worth ppU Nek ucaoacue itwia iutrtcroi cyry trattuiVj uriMng host of friends to uioi many times the cost SO qm m so MM ami Try It M4 Mm 10 pl from bui NMVa u iuHfryfri use wiU rtkei tinned Fm Mtat bv Rj Varsmtekw A M Â¬ To tho BiiANDKNiiuno Ky Dec Otli I tako this Populists of Meado county means of addressing thq Populists of Meado county becauso tho paper up here Tho election will not print my letters shows a Republican landslide from center to circumference What ngoncy has pro- Â¬ Demo Â¬ duced this unexpected change crats of this section are giving vent to their disappointment by blaming tho Populists with it becauso our nominee for Congress betrayed us in the last hour and advised us to support Lewis On tho 23th of last September the Republi- Â¬ cans held n mttetingat Elizabelhlown for tho purpose of affecting a fusion between They tho Republicans and Populists invited us Populists to meet them and decide on a withdrawal of ono of tho candidates Tho movement was answered from the Populist side by a chorus of noes Tho Populists would agree to no terms what Â¬ ever nnd I dont belinvo the ndvico of Mr Russell was heeded In tilts section nt least I know it was not No ono is to blamo for the sudden clmngo but the First becauso Democrats themselves the administration pursued policies that gave the country no relief but only in- Â¬ creased the depression Second because tho Democratic speakers havo advised tho people if they got tired of their party to go straight on over to tho Republicans In his speech at Leitclifield on Oct 10 tho Hon J O 8 Blackburn said There is no room for but two parties If you Populists are tired of tho Democratic party then for Gods sake voto for All through the Republican party this campaign from ono end of tho land to the other the Democratic candidates havo yelled out to their constituency If you voters got tired of our party for Gods sako dont stop half way at the Populists Just go straight ou over to Tho two old the Republican party pnrties hato this new party so that they learn to love each other Tho voters havo for tho last tnelvo years leaped back and forth from ono old party to tho other I beliovo thoy are now finding out that neither will do to trust We havo trusted them too long now for They hava tramp tho nations welfare led down our llberities instead of trying to build thom up Tho havo disregard ed the interest and welfare of the com- Â¬ mon mass and have become a supple tool for eastern money kings Thoy havo neglected tho duties they owo to their constituents nnd havo allowed trust companies monopolies and corporations Thoy have for- Â¬ to influence legislation got the obligations under which they are bound and allow banking syndicates fi- Â¬ nancial experts and disciples ot greed to sit in tho capltol and control their ac- Â¬ tions We are dying at tho hands of law cruel unjust tyraulcal law From tho legislation of both tho old parties has sprung tho two great clnsscs million heirs and tramps Tho palaco and tho hovel increasing in tho same ratio A rd inewayandaslavoinsubj ction A livrs in purple nnd a Lazirus in rags All over our land to day is heard the tramp of tho tramp Wo hear cries coming up from tho oppressed from the unfortunate- from tho despised from the over worked tho over taxed tho under- Â¬ fed from men who mourn aud from women who weep Tho crustof ages is heaving nnd Burg iug beneath the damnable blood rusted prerogatives of the past Tho land is groaning beneath the hell begotten laws of iniquity and injustice At this junc- Â¬ ture of political degeneracy when tho political horizon is blackened by a denso cloud of gloom and corruption and the jarring elements of political faction is shaking the very pillars of our republic steps forth tho Peoplos party filled with tho spirit of tho grand generation that established our freedom with its platform embodying the doctriuo of Jefferson Jackson and Lincoln Tha bannor of Jefforsonlan Democracy has been un Â¬ furled aud I believo the peoplo ot this blood bought nation will yet walk be Â¬ neath its folds Under which b inner Will it bo boneath the will you fight flag thnt waves for home glory prosper Â¬ ity aud our nativo land or will it be beÂ¬ neath the black banner of tho rich Will you rise in your power ns enlighten Â¬ ed voters and rebuke tho two old parties or will you liko a whipped cur lick tho I am no calam hand that smites you ity howler but tho time has come when we must havo a now order of things John Russell may betray us but this movement is going on Tho littlo ship of Jeffersonlan Democracy has been launched into the political sea The lit- Â¬ tle barks may seem to be lofct amid the billows and the wav but tho richly freighted ship battles with tho storm and securely ridis tha fc am Again it is the Bplrit of the old fathers ot our republic with uplifted hands invoking tho venge- Â¬ ance of Heaven upon the dejpollers and oppressors of their descendants John TRufsell has betrayed ourrause and I Doo Gray repudiate him Secretary Msado- County Peoples Party Committee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Ivory It is Right I 6oap Here Now What n 1 At Floats --Or mZZ 2z The Greatest Bargain Sale Ever Known to This People Tho Public know that wo aro not given to sensational schemes or sensational advertising Thoy do know that wo must soon movo frcm our present building that a new ono may bo erected V TtJ 3 H BEST FOR 5H1RT5 THE PROCTER k GAMBLE CO OHTL 1894 Breathing Its Last Its never to late to ton Clothing Cloaks We are making the f Boots and Shoes last offer of the year If Do Good yu deed is also plain to every one thnt wo aro forced to get rid of our present immenso stock beforo wo movo AVo dont want to carry a piece of old goods Into our now building So wo have decided to let tho peoplo movo it Sell it wo must and soil it wo will Wo havo fixed tho prices on all goods so low that they aro bound to go the prices will movo them if nothing else will It want to do a Are all in this moving Sale in and help movo them Como E Jacob Meyer BIG SPRING KY E TIE g 3 A string around your rn CTjCiarvriflBaRarvrErugRi finger ask to see our Good Jeans Pants for - 69c - Best Jeans Pants for 9SC - 1 00 Hoys Jeans Coats for Ladies InitlalIIaiulkercliiefsfor 5c Ladies Silk 25c OC Mufflers for 75c Look Out ZFOZES Shaker Flannel for -Mens Under Shirts for 90c 5 c 19c 1 Ladies Good Vests for 24c Chenille Covers for 24 Ladies Mulls for 9SC 22 inch China Silk for 39c You can buy an cvcrlnsring Xmas rememberance from us Clothing Big line of Overcoats Large display of Cloaks Large Variety Gents Furnishing Goods Mattingly Hoben On the mi All ViBit Headquarters The Great Bargain Store C As we are going to offer special inducements GeoYeakelCo BRANDENBURG KY MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY L O A for that day ONLY of our WORM WHITES CREW I Cloaks Overcoats Boots Blankets and heavy Goods must go that day if low prices are what you want We are going to offer alLour customers a Christinas Gift in the way of low prices on that day So dont forget it it will be for the 24th only Wishing all a Merry Christmas Â¬ VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS I Una InH nil WORM RomadleS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 SOLI 11 V AII bKUUUlm lrpr4 bt ions HIUICIIK CO BICIUBDSOX PENNYROYAL to A LlF for lullei rtur and rrguUto lb manaM producing Int henllhr n paUnleu Olicbargo Ko unci or palm on ap proach How mod by ant I000 liullta OneeUKd wUlueatfkio Intiroiatii nrMKL Iiut of roar dnlfiKltt acrow onlr thon with our alf nature BVaUd faraoflabtil Aold ubriltutoa 140 per nartloulan mailed to stamp EoV Addreu UIIUCJU cMlLMICAl UKBOU ilieu OOatTAMb iPMlfta monthly niedlcln WAFERS K S Senn We are Your Friends MATTINGLY HQBEN HARDINSBURG KY 1TEATS Ackermann Brewing IllOPiMKTOIlS Co MAIN STRRET BRWERY EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Us Jf TiilUttNK lX bubscriP 171 t I4 MAIN KINO KT 3 LOUISVILLE KY 1 U Kaymt Urntlng Oort FISHER DmUt Jke Breekenridge oc Wri4PHrmssst Ifspvaw Jfk wtmriurt Bf Ky Iei V - --ft h rt- - - Wjgut1 1j MilllilllliWjiltiW If T I Breckenridge Jm D V 0 News tad j r L BriUgt Editor TmjiMii 10 1894 THE BREOKENRIDGH NEST GLOVRRPORT K6 PERSONAL HARDINSBURG A DEMOCRAT Best tllWorld H r L W TIME TABLE Clin W Moorman l tn fnltvtllo WEDNESDAY DECEMBER ooixa iHT Patienger Dally rr Uirdlnibargt211 OOIXO pm Who Was Not Snowed Under In the in Tho Judgement on Hoods Pre nounced by Squire Fogg Late Landslide and Wants to Bo Hoard Ho Mayor Unity went lo Louisville MIm yesterday lelt llolj went to II Iulilile yeitor was In - IART Year In Advance 100 Snbiorlptbn File If PI4 t thl End of tho Yett 1125 Paneujtr day Dally arr IlarJlneburg 740 a SIX PAGES Work has begun on a railroad tween Paducah and Cairo III be- Â¬ Miss Ella Dlllion is convalescent Mr Ed Guthrie Is on Iho sick lilT G W Beard went to Webster yester- Â¬ ttn Saluidiy Mr Mmrt KkrllK irJImbjr Juip Rtrldganl Truf Shickletle were In town Snturday i day There aro several vacant housis In town SKcnETAttY Carlisles plan tor reforming Tom McGill has openul his lunch tho currency seems to bo all i ight houso Thcro will bo a largo crowd hero next The appropriations Commltteo of tho Monday Lower IIouso of Congress recommended Miss Magglo Goodman is visiting in 151581570 lor pensions for tho ensuing Owensboro year Good fat dressed turkeys aro in de Â¬ It seems that tho highest attainment mand in this town that every college young man should Foot ball seems to bo the fuvorlto gamo strivo to reach now is to bo tho thief at tho school house Kicker in a foot ball team Judgo Wm Ahl moved to town yes Â¬ terday from Clovorport Attoknkv General Ilondrick has given Mr and Mrs Jesse Whltworth went to it out that tho incoming Shcrilf must Clovorport last Saturday givo three bonds An Ofllcial bond a Mr Richard Adkisson had a slight llevenuo bond and a Fiscal bond stroke of paralysis yesterday Deputy Sheriff Charles Miller was out Tiik prohibition movement in this town is genuine Tho movers arc not last week tainting tax money Miss llattio May will boat homo in a making much fuss about it but they mean business They will carry the few days to remain through Christmas Mrs Coloman Haswell who has been election too when it comes to a vote You can pasta this in your hat and quite sick for several days is improving says a little boy is n Christmas watch our prediction Fourth of July what comes in the winter The Democrats and Republicans had a time HttUi tilt in congress the other day over Rev S K Breeding went to Branden- Â¬ the frauds practiced in tho pension de- burg yesterday to assist in a meeting partments Its a waste of words now to there talk any moro about frauds After next Shut your oyes and chooso at raudom March tho Republicans havo tho Con- Â¬ you cannot go amiss in our stock Kin gress virtually to themselves and tho cheloe big pension appropriations will go on Mr J A Witt has gone into tho to- Â¬ fraud or no fraud bacco business Mr J S McGary docs tho buying Tiik lophain Ilogard controversy was Miss Nelliu Cox and Mrs Ada Meador wo aro glad to say satisfactorily settled spent several days last week visiting in Mr Popham called on Mr Bogard the country apologized for his rash circular and said Dont delay your visit to our store ho was Borry it had appeared and re Â¬ Tho nice things aro going Youll bo quested that tho matter be quashed left Kincheloe This the good preacher readily assented Have you seen our fine display of jew to and asked that tho matter be kept out elery for tho holidays if not drop In of tho paper henco its non appearance James Kinchcloo in these columns Blessed is tho peace Mr Willis Paynes family who havo maker been down sonio time with typhoid fev- Â¬ er nro improving BeardMurray Wo want to sell you that piece of jew Tho marrlago of Mr Moms II Beard elery youve decided on buying this cashier of tho Bank of Hardinsbuag and X mos Kincheloe Miss Sallio Murray tho youngest daught- Â¬ Christmas comes but ouco n year and er of Judge John Allen Murray of this yet it isnt every man that can get plenty city was consumated last Wednesday as of turkey and cranberry sauce heretofore announced in these columns Judgo Board and N Mc Mercer went at tho residonco of Dr II W Graham to Irvington yesterday to attend tho 117 East Jacob street Louisville Tho sale of Mountain hotel property ceremony was performed by tho Rev Mrs George Pile living near Custer is Dr Hemphill in tho presence of a few quite ill with typhoid fever Slio is a near relatives They have taken rooms sister of Mr John Alexander of this at tho Alexander Hotel Hardinsburg place where they aro receiving tho congratula- Â¬ Rev S K Breeding returned from tions of their many friends who wish Webster last Saturday Tho meeting thorn a long happy and prosperous lifo closed there with several additions to the church 8100 Reward 3100 Thcro should bo n musical instrument Tho reader of this paper will bo pleased in every home nothing is moro appro Â¬ to learn that there is at least ono dreaded priate for a Christmas present You can disease that science has been able to euro And most any instrument you want at in all its stages and that is Catarrh Kincheloos Halls Catarrh Cure Is tho only positive Suit was filed in tho Circuit Court last euro known to the medical fraternity week against Stuart DeJernett and his Catarrh being a constitutional disease bondsmen for a balance due tho county requires a constitutional treatment on hissettlement ns slierifT Tho amount Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally is about 1100 acting directly on tho blood and mucous Mr Arthur Goodman has completed surfaces of tho system thereby destroy- Â¬ his contracts on tho public roads in ing the foundation of tho disease and Hardin county Ho lias been at work giving the patient strength by building there all summer and his contracts with up tho constitution and assisting nature tho county amounted to over 8000 in doing its work Tho proprietors havo Utidgo Milton Board was elected Police so much faitli in its curatlvo powers Judgo by tho town trustees at a meeting that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for hold last week Tho office ought to pay fails to cure Send for any case that it something as tho Judge holds a court list of testimonials onco a month and has civil jurisdiction is AddressF J CHENEY COToledo up to 100 O iSTSold by Druggists 75c Rev S K Breeding hold his regular sorvice at the M E church South last Tobacco Sales For his morning sermon ho Tho tobacco market has been lively in Sunday And I read from 12 John 32nd verso this town for tho past week Tho town if I bo lifted up from tho earth will has been full of farmers from far and draw all men unto me near with their wagons piled high and That old fellow ttiey call Santa Clans almost toppling over with tho valuable that comes down tho chimney and fills weed They wero in high spirits too tho little stockings will bo around next over tho early movement and tho satis week You must not watch for him A train of twenty six factory prices tuck your head down in bed and lay wagons come in from Hancock caunty in right still Dont move or he will blow ono day Farmers who havo not been light out and bo off here in Jton years before wero seen on k tho Somo of tho negroes aro falling out our streets Many expressed themselves town Ono of them said the as being glad to get back to their old with this other day Iso gitten powerful dry If onco more Mr Beverley said market is ewino to stay hero he had bought about 250000 up to lost dls Loopln Option all do time wliars do niggers goln to git Saturday and Mr Broshear about Iho Dis niggers same amount The good old tobacco dar Christmas licker gwine lof hero sho and ho passed on days aro returning Follow ing aro a few Mrs F J Anthony of Lebanon Ky of tho sales gave an illustrated lecturo to mothers Jennings to J B Pace Jr i500 John and daughters at tho M EchurchSouth pounds prior at 0 5 and last Friday Sho represents tho Ken- Â¬ Joseph Sinnett to saiuo 2500 pounds tucky Viabi Company and sells tho prior at 5 5 and fl famous healer of all ills that flesh Is heir Thos Jackson to same 4 00 pounds to wherever she introduces it prior at 0 fO and It is to bo hoped that Stuart DeJernett Thos Thurman to same 8000 pounds who with his family left last week for prior at I and Missouri may soon right up and get Jos N Baker to same 0000 pounds at straight with tho world again Ho has Islab I Joskins to samo 2300 pounds an interesting family and they leavo a number of relatives and friends here prior at 5 and II T S Pulliam to samo 0000 pounds who aro interested in their well doing prior at 0 and It L Puckett to samo 10000 pounds prior prlco private C P Moorman to samo 7000 pounds prior at 1550 and 50 cents and rapidly growing children Joshua Weatherfotu to J I Broshear derive more benefit from Scotts 3000 pounds prior at 4 50 2 60 and 60 cents Emulsion than all the rest of the 10 wis Robinson to samo 2200 pmnda food they eat Its nourishing at 15 12 and 60 cents powers are felt almost immedi- Â¬ Harry Winkler to samo 2000 pounds ately Dabies and chlldrcnthrtve at 50 1360 and 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 Is After the Only Living list In Meade County Popu- JHA THE CAUSE OF IT J55acii 1 Babies on Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey is different from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to Iho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for sale by Short Haynes Clovorport Di RVH McMullin McDanlela j M Meyer A Co Hans Geo Heyser Con A Taylor Itosetta stantlne Drury Co Bewleyvllle Ky W K Bennett Brewa Irvington Ky j Jno P Nichols GwleW Ky A It Morris Big Spring other form of food is assimilated Scotts Emulsion when no coti Emulsion stimulates the appetite enriches the boodovercomes wasting and gives strength to alt who take It ofWaitiftf twMtMM For Coughs Colds SofoThrotAJ8rHV ehlttt Weak Lungs EmadatioflYcofi tumptlen flood Dhmmi and aH Ffprmt MY 5fc Or Prb Cmmmi tring Pewier SJr famfMi ANfniMltU Urru MCHUH Kv Believing you The fallowing testimonial comes from T M non prejudiced and honest in giving each Fogg Eiq who Is well known throughout Ken- Â¬ and tucky m court Justice and Justice ot the peace Individual reader tho right to speak form ids own opinion upon the political tor Bath county Ills words should loroks the Issues of tho piesentday I come knock- Â¬ confidence ot alt who read his letteri Co Lowell Massi Hood ing at the door of tho News asking you a IIwill say for Hoods 8arsnparllh I believe word to our It to b the best medicine In tho world Ill the to grant me spacn to speak a dear old Dincerale party and its cause winter ot 02 1 had a bad case ot tho grip which every system In bad shape and coi rect fiomu of tho falso Btatemcnta left ray could find very got no relief I triedthe fall In and thine I made by Jautes II Arnold I do not ot the same year I bought a bottle of Hoods wish To cuter the columns of tho News Sarsaparllla The first dose I took with tho boait of heraldry or pomp of Made a Doclded Change power within my veins Nor do I wish for the better When I began taking the first vllle to take issuo with anyono because I have bottle my weight was 127 pounds the lightest in Mr M II Heard and wife Hardinsburg not the time to do my task as accurato since manhood By the time the second bottle came down Sunday to see her father Judge Murray and perfectly as I would love to This fail to gentleman to whom I am alluding think Mr J 0 Harris wifj and obltdren went to ing himself a popular and an irrcsistablo had been used my weight wns 1CS pounds I Loulsvlllo Saturday to du eotno Christmas Â¬ politician ctnlo to our county seat anil owe all this to Hoods Sarsaparllla and I gladly shopping T M Foao rseommend It to all sufferers searched through tho Court IIouso foran Justice ot the Teace Sharpsburg Kentucky Mr II 0 Veager sp nt Fundiy lu towu ofllco Ho at last decided upon the office tho guest of his molhor Mrs S C YeRger Hoods Pills euro liver Ills constipation and family ho wanted to be County Court Clerk biliousness Jaundice sick headache Indigestion liighth of his ambition Ho was tho Mr Charley MHer and wifj II irdlnsbur came before the peopio representing tho was that giving one eighth of a cent per were visiting Mrs Mary IUItt last Saturday Populitts party for said office But pound to the refiners This bill was bo and Sunday our clover Dick Novitt showed him antagonized by tho solid Republican Mr Jeiso Whltwor h and wife IljrJIni that ho had something to say about it phalanx thut we were but partially suc- burg were vliltlng Mr nnd Mrs II A Oelse And on tho Gth of last November the cessful last Saturday and Sunday But even this part of tho sugar sched Populists and their candidate died died Mrs Daniel Shank ltev O W Dabs in and a political death and all Populists Bavo ulowhich has met with so much criticism wife Home Ind weie the guests of Mr and is and except this ono have been silent is a vast improvement upon the McKinley Mrs J T Connor Ust Saturday This ono has tho brass and audacity to law Why because tho now law allows Mr John Claycoiu of New Oroans La corao foith and his weak and feeble tho refiner but one eighth of a cent per is visiting his aunt Mrs Oso K Gregory We Always Buy From voice can bo heard above his political pound while tho protection given him This Is the first time they have met in forty under tho McKinley law was one half years grave use- Â¬ When the monkey made the first dash cent per pound Thus you will see that W 0 Allen nnd wife went to Lcuiavllle out of the box ho thought he had smit- Â¬ tho protection given him under tho new Frldty looking fur Santa Claus Thry went in ten Democracy to the eartli never more law is a littlo less than ono half given In tho interest of their neighbor rhlhlren of to rise but when Prof Sliacklett caino at to tho refiner under tho McKinley law course him ho scampered back to tho bamboo Now the new law repeals tho section of Paralyzed pile to which ho was chained and pick- Â¬ tho McKinley law which gave tho sugar Mr W J McDanlels living nt McDan ing up a crow which was so near picked planter a bounty of two cents per pound that it only had one feather in each for fifteen years upon their product The iels this county was pnralj zsd some ten wing and ono in tho tip of his tail and cost of this darling fcaturo of tho McKin- Â¬ days ago and is in a helpless condition exclaiming as lie did so havo mercy on ley law was 12000000 annually to the Mr McDaniel is getting quite old and is me as tho leadi r and this crow as the Treasury and the people This is not well known through tho Forks of Hough remnants of tho poor little calamnity nil Tho sugar schedule of tho McKinley Ills left sido was entirely paraljzd howlers and phantom chasers of Meade law was a charge upon tho Treasury to which rendeis ills condition critical He tho extent of tho bounty paid to the nan not talk but littlo and requires con- Â¬ county Tho now bill has abolished the stant attention Come lets get down to business His planter first point worthy of notice is by repeal Â¬ bounty and by careful estimates made ing tho purchasing clauso of the Sherman by the Sccietary of the revenues coming law when tho supply was already inade- into the Treasury will for tho current quate to tho demand etc next tho Dem- Â¬ fiscal year amount to 43000000 Yours Respectfully ocrats wiped from tho statute books the W Heath Gray only law providing for a scant supply of Continued next week money These two statements in subÂ¬ stance aro that tlio Democratic party is ROSETTA responsible fur tho financial crash and the terrible condition of our business of Held over from last week industries This I say is as destitute of Tho rumored wedding did not come argutruth reason common sense and in ment as boll is of frost and Ill prove it off Sunday Measles aro thick throughout tho Big chasing law you Tho Sherman pui required the purchase of 5 1000000 ounces Spring neighborhood Mr Mart Morcer Hardin county of silver bullion annually and this at an annual cost to the people of 50000000 spent Suuday witli his fathers family Mr and Mrs Peter Dent Big Spring and the bullion thus purchased was as you know heaped up in the vaults of aro visiting Mrs Dents fattier A B tho Treasury as so much merchandise Kasey in of to IMchard T Waldo is visiting Alfred and instead of coining this bullion and placing it back in the hands of the peo- Â¬ Taylor They aro enjoying a protracted ple into circulation thoy would heap it hunt tills week Mr Clint Bruner has bought a farm into the vaults of tho Treasury and issuo Ho is moving his near Big Spring sliver certificates redeemable in gold Lamps Candies Plush Goods Albums All tho leading Republicans confess plunder this week Piano Lamps Cigar Cases Nuts Mr Fields took a car load of cedar that this only brought about financial Night Lamps Dressing Cases Fruits disaster And John Sherman If he is a telegraph poles to Louisville Saturday Swinging Lamps Canned GoodsCollar and Cuff Boxes gave a dollar apieco for them Republican and a gold bug is far wiser He Musical Instruments Mr Foster B Lyon moved tils family Odor Sets Shaving Sets Fire Works than any poor littlo calamity howler Books of all kinlls Picture Frames that ever made the raco for County Court to Irvington Monday Ho some time Mirrors Cups and Saucers Clerk in Meade county Ho said we ago bought tho I lay good properly Oil Paintings Peiftimcry Smoking Sets Gcorgo Johnson will not cultivate Mrs only tried it for an experiment and it Toilet Articles Steel Engravings Dolls proved a failure Ills next point was Jano Boards land this year Ho will Toys of every description Fancy Ink Stands Fancy Stationery move to Mr Tom Chadouius farm Then carao tho Wilson Gorman Sugar Trubt tariff bill etc The Sugar Trust Fields and Pickcrill Louisville have sprang into existence under the McKin Bold their contracting interest in the ley law wrs In fact a necessary out- Â¬ cedar post business and returned homo of growth of that law Mr George Milburn has returned of all Tho McKinley bill admitted rawsugars home from Indiana to remain with his freo of duty This was in the interest of paronts until after tho Christmas holi Â¬ to refiners In other wards of the sugar trust days was this in tho interest of tho people Miss Easlo Dent nccldcntly stuck a fail to Not at all It was in the interest of tho pocket knife blade in tho fleshy part of us refiner for tho icason that the freo her arm from whicli sho is suffering consugar of which you havo heard so much siderably was utifit for table use It was raw ma- Â¬ Mrs A Taylor and baby Irwin con terial that first passed into tho hands of tracted measles on their recent visit to fifty the refiners of the trusts It was not Meade county which is making them the sugar used upon our tablts Beforo pretty sick it reached our tables the refiners had The rain Sunday prevented Bro Haw added to its cqst to tho consumer exactly kins Louisville from filling his appoint Â¬ tho tariff which another clause of the ment at tho Flat A largo crowd was McKinley law had provided How disappointed RETAIL PRUGaiSTS WHOLESALE Upon sugar used at our homes and on VMr Warren Alexander and Miss Sallio our tables the tariff tax was placed at Mitcham wero united in marrlago at the fifty cents upon every hundred pounds residence of Mr JeffTurpiu at 10 oclock I have said tho McKinley law levied a Sunday morning tax of ouo half cent per pound upon No plans havo been agreed upon as refined sugar and in addition to that it yet by our youngster as to how they levied a tax 6t one tenth of ono cent a will rpend Christmas Some want ono HssoIbUob of Partnership Capt A E Gnedry returned from New EKRQK pound upon sugar coming from countries thing and somo another He report a To wfavm It may concern j Orleans Tuesday night that paid a sugar bounty Thus you Mr Editor come up and hunt tho sea Notlcl la hereby given that the pjrtnerklilp Thomas Ditto of Highland was in very successim trip will see that tho net protection given tho Win Hilf of Garrett passed through hcrtotnre exlallng between Ilia underaljfncU son is fine All of our sportsmen are en Â¬ town Tuesday parlkf niter tho film namv anil atyle ofths town Wednesday enroute to trusts by tho McKlnloy law was virtually 8 J Drown went to Louisville Satur and Jolersonvlllo on buelness Louisville lrvlngtaifi Milling Cuinpany la hereby dlnlvcd joying tho unusual treat and our tables by mutual content the bualneai of aald firm six tenths of a cent per pound and that day on buslncw groan with the liuuters spoils Mi srj II W Adkisson Anderson will be IteUlcd by K M Jolly nnd WaltrJ too after giving freo raw sugar for con Â¬ Mr Thomas Iloburts went to Loulsvlllo Stinnett Tuck Miller T L McCoy F TlMoU Misses Ca Hon and Miss Hogan from irUmy on business Dcccmvcr io iSij sumption in its refiners According to 81ierlockand Boot Starks went to Louie iv j rioouTT II C KNArr J T Jones and daughter Dcttie went villa to sell their tobacco Wednesday tho best estimate I can obtain the total Hardin county are visiting Mrs Hiram It MJ011V Hnee Morgan city marshal of ftep Carlton They wero uccompanled by to Loulsvlllo Thursday of raw sugar imported into this country week D 8 Robert Sr went to Louisville honspprt was here one night free while the McKinley law was In Messrs Carlton and Glasscock JTew Partnership looking for a man ami weman wbe had Tuesday night on buslnws Mr ltlce Carlton spent Thanksgiving force i xccedul thirteen billion pounds clothing from some peiit To all wW piy concern Mr and Mrs Jeo Fry ui Ire ot Union stolen Home in Clqverpoit hTrtby given thut tlw HnetartlprieVrSfcAs I have shown that the McKinley day at home He was accompauied by Star are vliling In tho neighborhood Nuk Mr Anderson Stinnett shipped 3 tuli luv erkiAd tncmaelvca tomr a butJaeiui with Its duty of six tenths of a cent upon quite a host of friends We are sorry living tobaceo to the Growers WarrhotMe leet kt4r lb Srwl name anil Hyh W tka Ifvtagtoii Jl Mr Dave Sliacklett and sister MwUif nit refined sugar protected fhe sugar trust wo are not able to givo their names near Hill drove are sick with typhoid week realising- very satleftwtory uHexs Wllwr CwnMiny fori the mrewM pf taj otfte Mmm atwnlal wtUAfijr 1 moro than Beventyflve million dollars The men nuaeeted wtth thw hewe 4 lmataa pncMamgci wmy njmwciy The new residence being built by my fever u aaall mMtuUy tf aOMfftlee aaJ M There were twenty nine hogshead of wateh the IntereeU of their sttlppefe vasfluporiationa of raw sugar friends the Munford ladles wm burned upou the Jlanleaat from this point last wiille the new tariff to the ground on the night of the 6th new tobacco shipped I have meatioBeu BrwkMrire Oireilt Cwrt W I ywamrr will places a dlly of 10 per cent ad valo Â¬ Inst The cause of the fire Is shrouded K tIm Warflald of Jeffetsoavllle Ind Wllllim IU4mU rem upon all Mgars Imported into this In mystery We extend our sympathy arrvebSundy morning to visit relatives Ob ItfUM country ThUwIa the Interest of rev MOT ICE Atl ptMast kavtf lla tfiH W Ktt enue wnai l SIM IH4 mm ol us A new engine Is to take the place of anu men who hits been visit ot WillUa Daiaaa cUcmmJ All Democrats desired strlekeR hew h besot Mti UtraftcJ Jtbj lwr a gray MN about Kataa- Mrs tiiH old one and then perhaps people will uMl yuaiWwK pa auk n right ty ing IlrtVwiniiift county returned SU to pro4ut Mtwbfof m fttftiy NOTIOK yuuiiN aMi not have to stay ul day when they come homon Noun Left h hc at my tildce In Ibirdf natag oh m Mum th Bat 6i a anuer will noiw tviiujtu im I WAsrr every IB sad w MM IH to mill with thftlr grinding There Js lit Votulay in February iv5 Rwpa Inaaart Ky bymit or delivery allow tH muI tM QM ted Geo II Stales lateral ltnuiiUr my hi nil ita lMniiiiIuaer at laid m maac anu n viva euab raward 5 uo abvucli complaint over tliu wanajwaMat I Mr A ttwu to save ai miMiMr no W inn e will nuq u c c c waa 114 aaaa e waa ta a uirecuua or narvmar it uuniiogii it VI1IIAM nAI4AJY BiiANDKNiumi Mlij Leilm llud Ceiitbuni pine t up on the train Saturday Mill Frieda Hie lei II U i diwn lu ice Santa Clans last week t Tud Ktetiler of Tell City Plaining Mllf was In town last week He Wolf of Ilaweivllle oiine up to tee Judge Murray yerlerday Jo Malting Kirk was In town Suturday the guest of Thos Lewis Uogtno Urconwnol went to Loulsvlllo at the beglnuli g of the week Mlts Itay Hjer has returned from a pro traded vslt to tho ouotry Mr O 0 L Shelley of Clint n county is visiting Lis brother Itev S 1 Shelley Jiif W Kay plot on tho Owensborn wts visiting his mother Mrs Kay Monday Editor Maiten of the sptlgLtly llawesvllle Clarion roado us n pleasant oill Srfturdiy Misses Maggie and llettlo Oomer spent Sunday with Mils Mnmle Duncan llawes Â¬ - CHRIST- MAS U894 r The Gay Season Is dawning and as usual we are the lead Dont visit us for your Holi day preseiffs J HoodsCures Â¬ Grocery Department overflowing with good things to eat 1 - M VEST Handsome and ful presents every Come department and see us Saturday JLec 15th 1894 v Â¬ ra Holiday Goods jSJEVITT those Â¬ The largest and finest assortment Holiday Goods ever seen Brandenburg are at f 8c CrmGUS Prices equal the State any house and get their prices on Call see - Â¬ Â¬ Gold Watch Set Silver Ware and a Jar of French Candies 100 given away Every cash purchase entitles you a guess visit Dont get our prices and remember we pay freight or express on all goods amounting to 500 or oyer to miles from us Mail orders promptly filled any point and carefully selected NEVITTGQUGH BRANDRNBURG KY Â¬ Â¬ jit - - bl Hti oi 1 I Iic0lnp axsm IBHjXJUil f HnBl vu M THEX r BRBOKHNEIDGH NEWS WHAT TO DO WITH ONES MONEV Vlti OlxOVEXKLPOKLO SV Breckenridge News tVKnMhv miottM nrit in -iu lllll For Stomach Bowel Liver Complaints nnd lleudache uso Effective Wnrnlrg- - To Mr Utuwilo Just a wonl about the election Juki wonl about Hie tampilRnJ Tim Uctnocrullc tiiinpaaera Appealed to the iwopls In mm When history speaks of put campaign And relate thlt pitiful atr et her pcaV ofCarwIles wontlernll race Iorconltnble Jown In KnckvaTe All ovcrthe county of llrecxIntidKe III name Wlicrcyc r heard Will fill all hearts with womler AnJ liecome a household word AVERS CATHARTIC PILLS They are purely vegetable sugar coutcd speedily dissolved and easy to take Every dose For Those Who Do Not Spend as Tlicjr Oo A WtXai who probably voices the question ot a great many other women writes to nsk how she shall invest her She is n working woman who Earing has accumuated a tmall sum which she naturally wishes to use in accumuÂ¬ Engscitluni Irlnce of sllran candidate Monarch of all he surteyi Let all the Dems In Drccklnrldge tiing Mr CarwIleU pralie ilrXb S j Shepherdstllle 1 Kun htm forjudge or for Congress Or even the United States Senate Nominate him for Preildent You can always count him In It J Ky Effective NOT ON THE BILLS Routar Zimmerman tie tost Ills Job bat Made Sure of nil Girl Â¬ MW An actress who has toured in England told me a tale that I thought in cresting She said In n play produced in the provinces rlchnees there 1 n scene in which the hero strikes the villain who elinLi nway without GLENDEANE seeking to defend himself One night in n large manufacturing town tho young fellow who ployed tho Held over Irom last week dyed scoundrel roinnrkcd to tho Tho last election is fresh in our minds deep leading man beforo tho curtain roso roccoliaa bidden us adieu the liar- twm I say old chnp Ivo got my flanceo Insburg Leader has gono Republican out in front tonight with her father and fl ijand winter is upon us Woro dazed and mother Now of conrso they dont A SwAmM llt n XJ lnnw nllnr wnrn ni U nUUlU rtAIl IWW ivw v know anything nbout our hnslncsi and any way antl whats going to stop us Im nfraid it would rather hnrtmo with The merclmnts havo not all adopted the them if I recoived n blow undgot nway fashion So dear cash system and may bo wo can pull in tho usual cowardlyomit tho blow to Â¬ old chap cant you lhroughanother year thanks to them night That clerical coat of faultless fit is only But my boy tho management will borrowed one the biblical looking fluo mo 2 shillings Well Ill pay tho fino Volume under his arm is but a collection Oh yes thats nil very woll for of sentimental poems his penslvo air is do I get out of it Noth Â¬ not frofV prayer and repentance those yon Buta what nnmo with tho powers bad ing but patriarchal strides in an aimless way that bo carrying him ho knows not wheremust Oh well Ill givo yon 2 shillings not bo mistaken Hes cupids victim extra or bettor yet you hit mo m usu al and Ill hit back Thoyll flue mo and tie arrow pierces him deep not you nnd Ill givo you tho 2 shil W 8 Kelch representing Armour and lings bcsidis You sco how Im Eituat Co o Chicago was here a few days ago od I shouldnt liLo tho girl to mix mo with a very fine line of sample fertilizers npwith tho character I play Outsiders Ernest Robertson aro eo funny that wny lot purest grade bought several car loads which ho will So tliu compact was made and that sell at bottom prices guaranteeing their night when thjlioro cried Sir Danlol absolute purity It will be well for Deepwatcr of something of that sort bnsa offspring of nhoblo raco take that farmeiB to remember that Armour Co only took that but great packers of Chicago that Sir Daniel not are the gavo it back with such forco that tho they slaughter their own animals and pit rose at him including his rolatlvcs know their material is all frCsh and raw to bo by raarringo and he walked off The bones go from the slaughter pen to tho stngo in triumph tho grinding establishment nono of I am sorry to add he lost his situa- Â¬ New them being old bleached and void of tion but ho gained his point York Recorder plant feeding properties Any one who has children will rojoico The way to cure a cough is to stop tho JCoughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey witli L-- B Mulford of Plainfiold N J euts looso tho mucous heals the lungs His little boy flvo years of ago was sick t r i ti ivi n gnp with croup For two days and nights ho uuu uruucuiuii luueaquiushry isurc cough in one night For sale by Short tried various remedios recommended by I HaynfeBCloverpct j Dr R H McMul- Â¬ friends and neighbors He sajs thought suro I would lose him I had lin McDanlels M Meyer Co Bunts seen Chamberlains Cough Remedy adA Taylor Geo fteyser Constantino Rosetfi Drury Bennett Co Bowley vertised and thought I would try it as a last hopo and am happy to say that after ville ity W E Brown IrylngtonKy Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R two doses ho slept until morning I gave it to him next day and a euro was effect- Â¬ Morris Big Spring Ky ed I keep this remedy in tho house now and as soon as any of my children PERSIMMON FLAT show signs of croup I give it to them and 25 and 50 cent that is the last of it Miss Kato King is on the sick list Elder of Cloverport was bottles for sale by A R Eisber Clover-Â¬ jgCrrtFelix Board Har port Ky and Kiucheloe vlaitlngfjjis parents here Sunday Mr Jacob Miller of Holt was visiting dinsburg Ky Mr Jaa Johnson of this place Sunday FORMATION OF SILVER MINES Miss Hattie Carter was the guest of Mr Charles Elder and family Saturday now Nature Accumulate the Great Stores of Valualilo Ore Mr and Mrs Chas Elder who havo Tho process by which naturo forms beenvery low for somo time are improv her silver mines is very interesting It lug must bo remembered that tho earths Mrs Martha Miller of Holt is visiting crust is full of wator which porcolates Mrs James Johnson of this ovorywhoro through tho rocks making her sister placo solutions of elements obtaiuod from Mr Willio Tinius of Holt accompan- Â¬ theln Thoso chemical solutions tako up ied Miss Bertha Hawkius to Kites Run small particles of tho precious metal which thoy find hero and there Some Sunday in question aro hot Miss Linnie Bates ai4 Miss Lucy times tho solutions tho water having got so far down as Johnson of Cloverport were visiting to bo Bet boiling by tho internal heat of relatives and parents hero Saturday and tho globo Then thoy rush upward Sunday picking up tho bits of motal as thoy go Lost botween hero and Mr Aids of Naturally heat assists tho performance Tho finder will of tliis operation Cloverport a heart Now and thou tho streams thus form please return same near Holt and bo re Â¬ ed perpetually flowing hither nnd thith Â¬ warded er below tho ground pass through The protracted meeting at Ilitea Run cracks or cavities in tho rocks whero is progressing nicely People from all thoy deposit their loads of silver This parts of the neighborhood are attending is kept up for n great length of time and are greatly Interested in tho good perhaps thousands of years until tho fissure or pocket is filled up Crannies work that ia going on at that placo Quite a crowd attended church at permeating tho stony mass in ovory di- Â¬ tho pro Hltes Run from this place Saturday rection may becomo filled with chamber oious metal cr occasionally n night Among the number were Mr may be stored full of it as if a million EmmetfBatee Miss Mary Johnson Mr bauds wero fetching the troasuro from Emmet Hawkins Miss Amanda Tinius all sides mid hiding nwaynfuturo nilno Mrs Martha Killer and Miss Brook for some lucly prospector to discover in Tinius of Holt and several others too another ago Pittbbnrg Dhpatch numerous to mention Good Old Granny MetcalfS0 years old living at 018 Monroe street Paducah lacklens Arnica Salve The Bmt Salve in the world for Cuba Ky says that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Bruises Eoree Ulcers SftUItueumFever is the best grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been oflered Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblajji8 Â¬ and all Skin Eruptions and pos- Â¬ to the people during her life Guaran Corns teed and sold by Short AHaynes Clover-Â¬ itively cures Piles or yjo pay required port M It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ MeyerDrRIIMcMullnMcDaniels Con Jo Buras Geo Heyser faction fir money refunded Priee 36 nanuiiBijii Taylor Roeetta Drury Ben oeqts per box For sale by A R Fisher nqtt Co Bewiey villa W E Brown Jrvington Ky Jno 1 Nichols Gar- JOW 10YD THA0H1 A WIT-Â¬ field Ky A R Morris Big gpring Ky NESS Joseph Ilooapsrte Joseph Bonaparte fled to America i Hfr JtaUV VW1BM a UlSDtUM WONOI aftor ths hundred days and bought a home in Philadelphia where he lived H If Mir Award in winter and a mansion in Now Jer- Â¬ He is laconic aad de Â¬ sey where he passed hts summers John Boyd Thaeher During the was much liked in this country bat cisive ia his statements eoald not make up his mind to stay lively campalfn Jwt elotwd In New York here mj returned to Europe hopiug to this DUrkd him espeeklly m eliaimwH profit by the changes of aovemmciit in Democratic State Committee It Franea He was qlway disappointed of the wm equally true of him as eliairmau of aad found binteelf H uuweleome gest He the ExsonUv OomwlW oa Awwtk at ia every eooutry save ataglaud 4Hlly seenred permission to live in tlisyiTrlitg Fair This is th poHiv ani7snaUnUou way in which h Vri Italy and died in Florence in 114 1 Tohanaa fiea ia an official lattsr the Immom ham by Dc Prices Baking Powder HI Imm Taken umI Talon with esoloM you aa oflcial copy She I bate td have a photograph tak arawaro wmou m una um wut a uaaanbad in Um diploma and tot Ha Wall yon dont have to do yon jaO tbim um qoaauoa rsapset Bke How ttm I help myself I left thd award raiaad by an anriotui rival is it York rival or wttUd beyond cavil It here on Um table and now it is gone um way is widely ad mm He Ob ehl Detrott Free Pros tiaa an award lor itaali Tbe offlcUl ds prove this olaim wholly lalse as ROYAL Bmklt blood pure and Iicaltliynnd Ttbu will not liavo rheumatism Hoods JJwnwparlllft gives tliu blood vitality and LjyKepp your a Â¬ Â¬ lating more Tbe amount she has saved is not large enough for her to invest in real cstato or in any largo enterprise About two years ago this same ques tion was askod and wo put tho problom before tho leading business men nnd financiers They answered tho question nlmost unanimously They advocated tho saving of tho mouoy in savings banks at n small rato of interest until such tlmo an thero should bo sufficient money to invest in a good first mort gage or in desirable real estate Tho reason for this decision wa3 that women aro seldom fitted by education and training to tako part wisely in ventures Thoy nro likely to bo tho proy of design Â¬ ing speculators They aro nlmost Inva riably incapablo of taking caro of thorn Eolves properly in nuy sort of specula tlvo scheme Tho savings banks offer a sccuro placo for depositing mouoy and tbo in coin o from tlioin whllo small is certain Four percent assured ami safe is better for most women than larger profits and greater risks When tho small sum has grown to bo n considerable one first mortgages on good property form nn ndmirablo invest ment for womens savings Thoy yield an incomo of about 0 por cont in most states nnd nro about as safo as saving banks Land has an agreeable quality of remaining whero it in nnd improve ments on land when mortgaged aro al Â¬ ways insured so timt thcro is littio dan Â¬ ger of loss to tho holder of a first mort- Â¬ gage By a first mortgago is moant tho ono which in caso of fnilnroof tho own er of tho property to pay tho interest or tho amoniitof tho loan in duo timo will bo paid first Investment in real cstato is not bo satisfactory Property in places whero tho valuo of laud is not liablo to bo di- Â¬ minished costs n good deal in tho first placo Then thero nro taxes insuranco and constant repairs to decrcaso tho profits Still laud has an ndvantago of other investments in its comparative stability St Louis Post Dispatch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho rain was jnr t ready to start for Boston when n detritho from Superin Â¬ tendent Byrnes ofilco got on ono of tho Bo careful smoking cam nnd said gentlemen I belie vo thero nro n couplo of sharpers inside Good graclousl exclaimed n very Etylish looking gentleman preparing to get oat Id no idt a thero woro such pcoplo here Im suro I shall got out Another who was sitting iu n scat opposito exclaimed I havo n largo mini of money with mo and I hao nowirh to lobo it whereupon ho too got out tho officer All right gentlemen calmly remarked thoy aro both gono Millard J Bloomer iu Harlem now Merry Merry Christmas A fow inoro days tho most joyous and wolcomo fostivaljwill bo horo BABBAGE Life The Festival of Presents STRIKES US QUEER fancy on us prices Tokens of friendship and lovo which mako happy receiver and twico happy him who gives Thousand and one articles suitable for presents in our mammoth stock Every counter all the shelves are laden with attractive Holiday Goods 13aby Dolls DOLLS DOLLS TOYS TOYS DOLLS BOOKS Boy Dolls You get with overy purchase of 25c ft ticket on tho You havo tne norve when China Dolls money is so scarce to pay Dolls with natural hair Kid Jointed Dolls Nigger Dolls Bisque Dolls Patent Dolls Body Dolls Dolls of every Description You cant atlbrd to miss seeing our Doll display 15 inch Doll for0ioc 34 inch Doll for 25c BIG DOLL Tickets willl be counted January 31st 1895 prices foV your Call CHRISTMAS GIFTS Holiday display help you somewhat Look through our ToyslJoyglToys 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 From 3c to 4 00 ABC Books Picture Books Story Books CIrattcr Box 1S94 Poems in the latest binding nil Authors for 1 00 Biblcsan excellent selection Great variety of Books in fine cloth binding for 75c get our and see if we oant F N DHTJY Restless Jeweler llffi jssl Cloverport Ky To say something prove it ia another that is ono thing to Wo cant prove Dr Bolls Pino Tar Ilonoy is the SECURE A POSITION WANTKU for office work on salary In most every county In the Middle Southern Western and a Tew of the Northern nnd Kaitcrn States a young Hdy or young gentleman Those Irom Experience not nec Â¬ the country nlso accepted essary In fact prefer beginners at a smalt sal ary m nrsi say irom f 35 10 o per monm Many who started on small salaries now re ceive from I75 to lilt per month Must he a good worker nnd lurnfsh iood references Must deposit in bank cash about ioo No loan asked no investment required It Is a salaried and permanent position Our enterprise Is strongly endorsed by bankers Address 1 O ltox 4J3 Nashville Tenn N II You can save delay etc and prove to us that you mean business by en- Â¬ closing stamps s cts to cover postage on cor Â¬ respondence and for printed matter which will explain all best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont agreo with us you get your money back For salo by Short Haynes Clocr port Dr R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowloyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Kyj Jno P Nichols Garflold Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Destroyed Its Own Identity Ono step from tho sublimo to tho ridiculous This ia an old truism It might bo said also that comedy and Â¬ Iron Stoves Sulky with rider will run a mile Pianos China Sets Drums Tin Sets Wash Sets Magic Lanterns Steam Engines Banks Wooden Ware Wagons with 5th wheel iron axels 100 Iron Wagons Toy Wagons Sleighs Chairs Baby Buggies good variety Shoe Fly Rockers Tool Boxes Trunks WEEDY nad LASTING RESULTS Yea ilt etn get Â¬ Â¬ tragedy aro very near to each other at least fo nrgucd that priiico of good fol lows Nnt Goodwin Pcntcd in Delmonioos cafo ono day recently Goodwin was ontcrtniiiing a number of friends with porsoual reminiscences of a European trip In a do lightfully ingenuous manner ho mado himself tho butt in oacli story and convulsed his auditors with laughter I was walking Finally ho said down stroot tho othor day tjiat is I was or another fellow was it doesnt mnko nuy difference You dont wont Any to spoil n htory on technicalities how I or the other follow was walking down street and chanced to pass an ox press ofilco Tho oxprossman was loading his wagon preparatory for his afternoon Of a suddon tho forwarding round ugent or whatovcr yon call him camo out with n small dog Whcros ho going asked tho driv Â¬ er I dont know Dont kuow Naw Why tho dont you know Now dont get previous said tho forwarding agent I dontkiiow an it dont know an nobody knows Its ot up its tag thatjs tho roason V His nuditors laughed but Goodwin I say its pathotio drow n long faco ho remarked Think of tho position of that dog Iu a thoughtlosa moment ho destroyed Ids own identity Its a trag edy iu real life Now York Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ per bottle Send 4c for trlro tjs00AIKDIOAIj CO Boston treatise Mass ItKMONT ciniUy ABCDLnilLT TBI thin win from anv Iniurious substance LU3I ABDCJIOT SISHCIS VJ GUARANTEE a CURE or refund vour money sure FAT PEOPLE Simple No Inconvenience You Albums Tho handsomest lino you over saw and at prices that cant holp but astonish you New goods and very attractive mado of Aluminum Blocks Beauty Blocks Little Grandmother Blocks Nest Blocks Brownio Blocks Building Blocks ABC Blocks Our lino of Novelties aro too numerous to mention To cnu morato them would make our advertisement to lengthy f 1 means so much more than you imagine serious and Jatal diseases result froml trifling ailments neglected i Don t play with Nature s greatest gift health A Poor Health Miscellaneous Collar and Cuff Boxes Musio Rolls Blacking Sets Tourist Sets Mirrors Frames Watch Holders Brushes Cases Toilet Sets Infant Sots Handkorchiof Boxes Shaving Sets Pipo Cases Manicure Sets Cups and Saucers 5E3rg2EgEM CANDIES CANDIES CANDIES At all Prices Browns t fls w Tl a Iron Bitters lout of sorts weak land ceneral v ex Ihausled nervous lliae no appetite Sand cant work I begin at oncetak lug the most relia- die sirenginening iiiedlcinewhlchls E la ou are reeling CANDIES FRUITS FRUITS FRUITS FRUITS wont tUin tour tttth and 1 pleasant to take 1 Ilroun s Iron Hit ters A few bot tles cure benefit romea from the very first dose Are what Santa Claus is greatly interested in Your basket We pride ourselves on can be made tempting from Babbages these two articles E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cured his children of whoop Â¬ ing cough when all things else failed Ivb a now remedy for all coughs For salo by Short Ilaynes Cloverport Dr R H McMullin McDanlels M Moyer Heyser Constan Co Buras Geo tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bonnett Co Bowleyvllle Ky W E Brown Irvington Kv Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky TU It Cures KIdnev and Liver Troubles rtn rtfrtii uuu Nervous ailments malaria Womens complaints uvsncnslA Neuralgia Vinctlnfltlnn -- - j keys belong to a vanishing stato of hu man culture to tho time boforocarriago ways existed Now that civilization goes on wheels thoy seem likoly to have an ever decreasing value A century ago thoy wero almost ovorywhoro in common use At tho prcsout timo thero aro probably millions of people in the Dili ted States to whom tho animal is known only by description Iu a word tho creature marks n stage In tho do velopmont of our industries which is passing away m rapidly as that in which the spinning wheel and tho hand loom played a part Professor N S Shaler iu Scrlbnerg 2 In general UbnKl r Vanished wo may say that tho don aSf VylftysVjAsSst BUCK EYE P nnnwij nnltf t r rrsniilnttl tia rrnttart -f nn inurrnnttr AM others arc tub vv Iwn s iiamn u flu rrcitit will send set of Ten Beautiful Worlds Iair vi wsjinjl look free tftutf- lflld rl f 4 ruruiril tn nit yAyAyAyJI rumor fn Our Christmas stock of Furnishing Goods consisting of COLLAKS CUFFS SHIRTS NECKWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS MUFFJ ERS SUSPENDERS GLOVES HOSIERY is complete 1 J i Â¬ Â¬ iTABLERSDlI rlUIi p THE BIG DOLL No extra price Has set every little girl wild in this vicinity for goods but we want to increase our trade by giving you ofci OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES I and CERTAIN CURE IB years as the BEST REMEDY fcr PILES A SURE known for something in return ftorB K V ALT lKUOSISTS TTKU4tf KBAStCM VIS OOT MOW JAMES B PACE Stommcr and buyor o Jr 8 EMH I M DAY Â¬ EXPECTANT MOTHERS By be wlUtln theto reees oi all we bare OKJS DOLLAK per Nausea the prise bottle BBWARB f MovHZilH ThMnurwoaderfulremedr y Fwbwu wkloli Make oalU Wrla What pleasure it is to know about Christ-- Both Red AND hMU and Hibstke frv4feMN BurleyTobacco Pierces Faetsry JNO fl Take m SOLD MtMee bet Clwport Ky 11 others Friend VJ r 1EVEWY Hfwpr oa ryj j frt sit I mas time where you can be able to find We what you want in the Stationery v have some beautiful goods vsv J All Open every evening until 10 oclock PUBLIC 8ALI wllloJaratPaUlcSaUat bit farm as Illtas ERf assrWSBBrtB l SATURDAY DJICKssMtstfJIli ItMATW C3 mH inn Ft11iiMiMfflT y r I 4 tHR SSl ftrElOKlSlRlfDiGR NEWS OjUOVfePOfe ftV Hrf DKPUY OIF1 iii x HOLIDAY Never have such Nice Goods been offered Never have Greater Yarietiesbeen offered Never have Prices been so Low Something for Everybody and Everybody will be Happy The 4 Greatest Holiday Hit in 1894 Years of Christmas In other words THE BEST CHRISTMAS up to Date 7 We offer our Beautiful Stock of Holiday Goods at Prices that will make them jump Now is your chance to make a selection tont delay any longer We will do better BY YOU in Quality and Price than any ONE else The New Here is Happiness for the Wee Ono Novel and The Beautiful The all this Are included in our Splendid Line We offer a Great Variety of appropriate Presents for Ladies Gentlemen aird Children can supply a suitable Gift for old or young at any sum you desire to expends S We rsi ABO Plates Kubber Balls New Cap Celluloid Balls Linen ABC Books Tabby Cats that wont break Happiness for the Young Ludies llaiulsome Banquet Linip unlock Tea Kettle Stand to make Tea instanter Hand Mirrors Jewel Cac Pin Trays Card Casc China Comb Tray Perfume Bottles A Nice Book Bronze Ornaments Toilet Cases Bon Bon Boxes Celluloid Photo Case Portrait Cases Parlor Lump Hand Painted Alburns Dress Patterns Cloak 5 Father Shaving Sets Tobacco Pipe Box ct Cigars Lantern Blacking Scte Night Role Overcoat Glovcf Mnch Safet PockefKnife Razor Pocket Book Slippci A Ciood Book Smokers Outfit Carving Knife Cuspidoies Building Blocks Tin PJates Britannia Dshes China Dolls Rubber Dolls Wax Dolls Bow wows Jocko Rubber Rings Rattlers Banks Balls wagons Candy Oranges Fruits Picture Books Lots of nice things for Baby Here is happiness for the Girls law iw 4 Jr fed sS5r JCitHIBB r mm v i3bv i srsauttzzx i jmmermmtmi i unmanm1 h m aw r mwmmmwi n E Grandma Milk and Mush Sets Slippers Dress Spectacles Ovcrshpcs Nice Cup and Saucer Vaces Basket of Nice Fruits Reading Lamp Tea Set Purse Handkerchiefs Breast Pin Candle Stick Shawls Knitting Outfit Dolls Doll Dishes Kitchen Sets Pianos Lunch Baskets A nice Books Real Stoves to Cook on Tea Sets Condy Nuts Fruits Cakes Dishes Rings work Boxes Nice Jewelry Here 1b iWw JFFJ if For Young Men Cigar Case Ash Tray Box of Cigars Watch Case Box Nice Collars Necktie Cases CutT Boxes Collar BoC5 Hat Overcoat Suit of Clothes ii nil iii mil ill WHIM Happiness for the Boys For Mother Silver Ware Dinner Sets Napins Gloves Handkerchiefs Table Cloths Lace Curtains Table Cutlery Tea Set New China Ware Coal Vases Pepper and Salt Cellars Oyster Bowls Chamber Sets Water Sets Pictures Rugs New Carpet Scissors Banquet Lamps Brass Tea Kettle and Stand Nice China Ware to brighten up the Table I Bicycles wagons Guns Overcoats Base Ball Outfits Drums Games Books of Adventures Fire Crackers Nice Suit of Clothes Paper Cap Pistols Watches Freight Trains Passenger Trains Special Trains Show Trains Banks- Caps for Pistols Air Guns Pop Guns Wheelbarrows Whips Balls Grandpa Shaving Mug and Brush Slippers Pipe and Tobacco Spittoon A Good Cane New Ties And Collars Suit of Clothes Wine Set Spectacles New Hat Overcoat Mufiler Good Bcpks jmw- Kll Mii ifiMiM WnBVLJHBil tsAifaffx1P l fia I lid LK w ffl E CANDIES NUTS FRUITS CAKES and lots of GOOD THINGS A Merry Christmas to You All rm nmm SULBRS And a Happy New Year Too n JhV HBQRJ J C NOLTE Awi jnee wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm rascggmga YtWp T t ip r18t 1 M TMm JBIimOKmMHtijU36 MEWS OIjXVIHPOH1 V jjr 74 Awarded uhnnr3 World f IK MJ The always buRy store Sulz- rn Presents suitable for ladles VtstB The Owcnsboro will pass down to day Wu say a Merry Christmas to you nil Vests Nothing ill fenslve or ouVtihivc nt 112 High street Our etock Is tho best tjiebrlglti stand the Ilieapcfct Vi bIb JtHt think of it a cupon with eviry think at 02 High street Amel Oozj has typhoid fevoi WulUr Ills brother is about well For whiskies and wines for medical purposes call at 02 High street MOST PERFECT MADE All through tho holidays a coupon A it5 Grapo Cream ofTartar Powder Free with eve y tod at 02 High street Alumbr any other adulterant rum ammonia Its natural to follow tho crowd for tlo 40 YEARS T1I0 STANDARD great majority dont go wroni Wets You put your foot into a good tiling Notico to Subscribers The date on the label Indicate the time to when you get n pair of our shoes which your mbtcilptlon la pjld Thla acrvea Vests both a a receipt an expiration notice every Kxamlne the date printed after vour week Charlie Dutschke Lodiburg went to name on the marffln of thla naner and tee If it la correct Knot correct please to let ua know If Louisville Monday with hogs nnd to-Â¬ - BR Pair No 02 is tho pinfr Bleilel A Co fo- - layor tigs SODA ASH A BRANDENBURG To day 10 Pros Richardson aud MIbh Myitlo Brown both welt nnd kindly known here tnko matrimonial vows May their lovo bo as deep as tho sen mid as pure ns its foam I hopo our young people will mnko up n party nnd attend tho Kkron entertain ment the 22ud I admire the gut up of thai little city Sho keeps education Â¬ PROHIBITION That Is What tho Good Pooplo of This Town Aro Aftor Now s V V wWICl CREAM IWDIR Cordial Wolcomo ant Banquet and Tendered tho Offlcors Stockholders of tho pany By Tho Enterprising Com- Â¬ iAninu tAVWT4 Citlzons of Our Neighboring Town of Brandenburg SECOND PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES your time has expired please renew at once bacco Breckenridge News 10 1894 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER LOCAL BREVITIES A 40 present nt Suzvi s for 25 cent knives nnd forks nt Silver 6poen Rev S G Shelley will preach at Holt next Sunday at 11 a m and hero nt night Wo sing our holiday song to the tunc of Choice Gifts at Moderate Prices Vests iyfW French Union Star went to Xoulsvillo Monday with G hogsheads of tobacco DHuya Canned goods of every fnnrl iir kind nt the City Bakery Tliu lowest nud best prices in town on 1trklnfl Flngo Carter nnd family havo mgjKJU Perhaps n 25 cent purchase nt Suzers may get a 10 present California prunes at the City Bakery Dates at Ulcdel Gos Notico Go to Riedel CoV for your Christinas candies nud fruit Chns Bullier of Pattons brick yard is the strongest bass in town Co lll have a cholco lot of Riedtl fruit nnd candy for Christmas Dout miss the service at the Catholic church on Christmas nt 10 a in New lamps are being placed at the entrance of tho Catholic church Titos lrcscott is building a handsome home for himself and family on the hill Wanted 200 ilozju full feathered ducks and full feathered geese II L Stader ET Hinton went to Daviess county last week to visit his uncle Nick Mat tingly Watches for the boy for the girl and fur old nnd young nt hard tlino prices at DHuys nt - Corn liny baled oats shipstuiT flour and mcnl alnajs on hand at Parkins ftjed store You will want candy nuts oranges get em at Suzers nnd try a whack at the bicycle You can sec nil tho latest novelties in silver and gold at DHuys and at less than city prices Tlioso new Mantoflo nnd Aurioe photos nro beaties you can get them nt Knights gallery Our Christmas goods will not cry aloud for owneis They are readily finding owners Sulzers Bring mo jour full feathered ducks KJV J ntid full fnatlinriwl tranan nnl frnt tllA rflfill for them II L Stader Fon Salb A small flock of sheep H r 1 f T with lamb by a Schropshire buck Chas Reidol Holt Ky If you wish to get nice goods at prices to suit the times you will consult your interest by calling on DHuy J will piy the highest market price in cash for full feathered ducks and full mas feathered geese II L Stader Every 25 cent cosh purchase at Sul Of course you have got to buy things zars you get a guess at that 40 bicycle to eat Get it at Sulzers and make a Four for SI Just look how many guess Â¬ guess on the 40 bicycle Sulzers es you can get when you buy a suit of Father NJehauo went to Lowisport nnd clothes Wo learn that he is re- Â¬ was taken sick If you have a juniter to spend bring it covering He returned on Thursday to us make a guess on the 40 bicycle to Why not buy your Christmas goods at bo given away to tho girl or boy or any Â¬ DHuys Ho can fit you out completo body else who makes the lucky guess from his two stores at prices to suit tho SulzTs times W Mussulman son of John Mut- Miss Alico Mattingly will preajhrt selman Irvington is in tho Japaneso the organ on Christmas at tho Catholic army Ho enlisted at San Francisco Ho wnsin church assisted by Misses Florenco and with 800 other Americans Tula Lewis tho battle of Port Arthur Its monoy wo want its money wo Its useless to say we have oranges are going to have here goes the greatest candy and nuts The trouble is we have Christmas salo ever offered in Clover got too many Co mo in and get a barrel port Eulz ra or so Dont forget to mako your guess Our grocery department this week is on that 40 bicycle Sulzers just chuck full of good things to eat An excellent present to give your Why Come nnd see if cant coiuo sond your friends for a Christmas greeting your photograph of courso which you order in Sulzers That 40 bicycle to bo given away nt can have mado in up to date style at Sulzers is suited for a girl or boy Its tho Knight Studio Cloverport going to mnnko some one happy and 25c All eyes open Here itgoes It will bo a week long to be remembered its aish purchase may get it to us Avoid the Connor Johnson nnd Stuart WeatluWl money to you loss crush but join the rush Sulzors great orholt went to Louisville last week with salo begins this week thiir tobacco They found tho market Christmas Endowment Rank Knights of so unsatisfactory they did not sell rTho Pythias elected for the ensu Â¬ Its a massacre of prices that has gouo ing year last weekits olllcers Short presi G W out into ull tho hills and dales of Brcck enridgo county that will 90 down in tho dent i J D Babbage vice president and Chas May secretary and treasurer history of remembrance Sulzrrs We want to reduco our stock in every Dont lie Wo mean awake studyiug departmant open your eyes bi lievo what to get lor Christmas present corao of to us wevo got tho goods Wo study your ears Heras a clearance tale Â¬ mammoth magnitude that sweeps everyyour wants wo ean uiauo you nappy thing evor before attempted in the rgion Sulzers of remembrance Sulzrs Houston Morgan brought James Claik Charlie Mook was in tho city yester- Â¬ and wife here Saturday for breaking into Chas Tutes house and stealing a gun u day He is still with his old houso the pair of shoes and a dress Clark Is from Carter Dry Goods Company and will be He was captured at West with them for anoher year He Is also Grahampton tho father of a big bonnciug boy a late Point Charlio was all vis- Â¬ arrival at his house Mr B P Duucan who Inn been iting his brother Mr Jos P Duncan smiles Deputy Sheriff Wroe returned from and other relative in this couutypaacd through this city Saturday en routo to Hopkinsvillo last week without Cooley his home in Gentryville Iud He was the escaped prisoner Ho says the Bhcrlir accompanied by hla mother who is hale of Hopkins county had already applied and hearty at the age of seventy three for a requisition anil had g6ne after him Mr Wroe says Cooley Is a bad man that ho had broken out of tho Hopkinsvllle Fmir The jail three times twice b The Epworth League meets at tho Methodist church next Sunday at 3 oclock p m Remember the prayer mietlng service at the Em street Methodist clui ch to- Â¬ morrow night If you want useful Christinas presents you will find no greater variety than is shown by Vests Sulzers regular Christmas greetings See Billlos re- Â¬ now in their windows quest to Santa Claus lJIogs were activo on tho- - Louisville maruet yesteruay i 4U Dcing tuo price for the best packers We will be a mother to tho young men come lu and get a suit of ready made to wear clothes Sulzers Come in and see how wo handle our cash Everything moves like clock work In our establishment Vests A first class saloon Is a necessity since the drug stores were knocked out Such a one you will find at G2 High street Why do people crowd into our store Simply because we give them the best and most goods for their money Vests Tho protracted meeting at the B iptist chuich closed Sunday night There were 03 conversions and 20 additions to tho churih You should not neglect our lino of staple dry goods We show many use- Â¬ ful aud desirable tilings in this di part ment Vests Suppression of tho Menses may be re- Â¬ lieved by a dose of Ayora Pills vhich produce the desired effect through sym- Â¬ pathetic action Ding Ding clear the track thats just what some -- girl or boy is going to say that makes the lucky guess on that 40 bicycle at Suzers What shall I buy for a present We are ready willing and anxious to solve it for you easily nud at a small out- Â¬ lay of time nnd money Vests KJnincs Temple and Miss Elminn Gard- Â¬ ner daughter of W Raxton Gardner Pellvlllo were married at tho residence of tho brides father December 13th lDan Brooks reports a sale of two steers last week weighing 30G0 pounds at 0 cents They were from Tennessee He says hogs will go to 5 cents after Christ- Â¬ lD Kv Dec 17 1801 Last Saturday tho business and profes- Â¬ sional citizens of our town tendered a reception and banquet to tho olllcers and stockholders of the Soda Ash plant A committee consisting of Messrs Dr Pusey Henry Woodson G II Canperke R II Ntvitt John Mahar D W Levi L L Lewis A W Moreman J W Lewis Win Ditto Aionzo Mormen and Morgan Richardson met them at lhede pof in conveyances conducted to tho Plant thenco to tho Court house where they were met by other citizens Mr J W Lewis in an affable digni- Â¬ fied manner introduced most guilefully by tho fo lowing remarks Fr D C Genllo Fusty tho mayor of tho city men olllcers and stockholders of tho Kentucky Soda Ash Company I made my most profound bow to you who by your indomitable will suporb financial courngo and clear judgment ovcrcomo tho doubts of friends and tho opposition of enemies and havo brought to a suc- Â¬ cessful competition ono of the most mag Â¬ nificent manufacturing enterprises to be found in tho South and West What your works arc now turning out ten tons per day of tho purest and best Soda Ash marks an epoch in tho manufacturirg history of Kentucky second to none that has preceded it Tho honor was reserv Â¬ ed for you gentlemen to build and i quip lu Mendo county Kentucky the second successful soda ash manufactory in tho United States Gentleman we congratulate you on your success nnd wo nro as pround of your work as you can possibly be It is not within tho com- Â¬ pass of the human mind to calculato or even approximate the great benefits that will result to the future growth nnd prosperity of our county and State from tho successful completion and operation of your mnnufactory and I now ask for tho officers nnd members of this county from every citi3n of Meado county nud par- Â¬ ticularly tho citizens of Brandenburg n fair liberal and generous support in nil their future efforts to improvo their plant nnd increase their capacity Gen tlemen I now have tho honor and pleas ure of introducisg to you as tho repre- Â¬ sentative of tho people of Brandenburg one of our most liberal minded energet- Â¬ ic and progressive citizms chairman cf our Board of Trustees Dr D C Pusey who will welcomo you as our guests Dr Pusey arose and in a brief concise and fitting manner welcomed to our little city thoso enterprising gentlemen after which they all proceeded to tho St Cloud Hotel whero Col John Frakes and his most estimable wifo served an elegant Oyster soup and dinner in courses celery roast turkey and cranberry sauce beef and potato salad garnished with parsley and every vegetable in season mince pie with bourbon sauce pink gelatine with whipped cream white lily and coconut cakes apples and grapes cdffee tea and milk but no wine at table Covors were laid for thirty AH Louisville men and Dr Pusey composed tho first sitting Ten of tho com mittco formed the last P Tho stockholders aro as follows and who responded B Reed President to the welcomo address by Dr Pusey Frank Bray Vice President J M Clark General manager S L Jefferson Secre- Â¬ tary and Treasurer Dr F Furicks St Louis Chemist George C Norton J J Hautlson O L RoblnBon J A Vandiv or John Keller Joseph McWilllams E O Warren John W Lucas J E Wright O A Warron E II Conor Theodore Ahrene James OConnor Hepry Ott G G M Cusop II O Warren O L Baird Honry Jeflerson Edward Sutcliffe W O Gorland Gilmoro Adams Charles Ilegewald They were perfectly satltfled witli the workings of the factory and have expended 140000 already and a large sum of money was raised among the stockholders at the Court house in Tho tho afternoon to finish their work day was n memorable ono for this people and wo confidently hope and belivo this enterprise now in its infancy may go on to maturity to enrich our county our State and her people DrtANnnNiiumi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nud Improvement in tho front and her most substantial citizens lead Tho Messenger Is resenting in due tlmo tho name of Jnck Gross for Con gress in 00 and adds John W Lewis Served you right caught us napping Murray was tho man to prevent tho napping but you wouldnt bo con- Â¬ vinced till everlastingly 00 late I see Miss Nellie Fairleigh of Louisville Is In tho cot rio of young ladles from which will bo chosen a Queen for the Sattollltes Ball Nellies handsome Her mother Miss Alice by inheritance Grnhnm was an extremely handsomo woman of Meade county Mrs C G Moromon lias brought me n Treatise on Christian Perfection by tho Rev T Merrltt n Methodist minis- Â¬ ter of 1840 It was n book of her fathers Col Robt Buckner a primitive Metho- Â¬ dist Tho book is mostly n complication from tho writlngsof Wesley nnd Fletcher The doctrine of perfect holiness is thor- Â¬ oughly endorsed by nil and is presented just as Brother Nil 8 and Brother Walton nro presenting it So its not new hut n Wtsleynn doctrine of 1810 I havo tho pub Â¬ Cadet Adjutant lished at Mt Slerling by Mnj Fowlers The pupils and in it I find a poem Owl by my neighbor boy Rob Mnlln who has evinced quito it ein of origina- Â¬ lity nnd humor in the composition and he is a sterling good fellow too Doe Pusey has a generoussympathelie nature usually but forbearance ceases to be a virtue when flvo girls think of it swoop down on him to be taken to gently at church lie renionstraltd first then vehemently but when a woman will she will so poor Dee was the victim not of his clothes but of girls and is heartily advocating foreign emigration to this port of tho masculine gender Our spicy racy Golden Rod fiom Bewleyville says Our people must havo over run Brandenburg latt Saturday nnd judging from our correspondent from that point Santa Claus is the attraction Bowleyville people know n thing or two henco like progressive individuals trav- Â¬ eled toward tho Mecca of their hopes and Im sure were not disapointed hut you must come again and nil of our sister towns to seo the new window dis plays Why G If Casperkos due to the deft fingers of his tasty wife window Novelties would vio with Tiflanys new and unlqueBrownicBMother Goose designs plncques etc Yenkel Co are nothing if not nu fait in nrtistic decora- Â¬ tion Will Howard nnd Ed Yenkel got up a rivalry in window exhibits Mistle Â¬ toe abouuds in profusion draped inter- Â¬ twined interlaced with beautiful goods into Hogarths line of beauty Inhide Cheap wonder- Â¬ the scene continues Gough Seo their fully bo Nevltt ad yet tho half hasnt been told Their dipplay is an all round grand com bination of success Next Saturday ill bo a grand opening day at all tho estab Â¬ Every lishments and Irom then on store in town lias on holiday ilnas the proprietors aud clerks will show you their goods purchase or not Well certainly look for Bewleyvllle again and Golden Rod sure Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Preliminary Mooting Hold at the Baptist Church Monday Night A GOOD CROWD PRESENT According to previous announcement a goodly number of men and women old nnd young met nt the Baptist church Monday night to take steps to secure n vote on prohibition in tills city and magisterial district Tho Hon Jonas D Wilson chairman of a former meeting being absent Rev S G Shelley was called to tho chair Rev Rutledgo lead in prayer Brother Shelley then stated the object of tho meeting He said it was a work in which ho had felt n very deep interest since ho llrst became n citizen of tho town That ho was glad to see It taking some tangible form and ho hoped success Ho would crown the efforts being made said that it was not that he had any ill feeling to thoso who were engaged in the business hut it was the business tho sin and sorrow that It brought on others it wns why ho so much opposed and vni ihixojs 0 seo it wlptd out Following Bro Shellys remarks n committeo was nppolnted to secure the requisite number of nnmes to call the election Bro Rutledge suggested the appoint Â¬ ment of a committee to communicate with other districts in tho county and ask tltimid nnd cooperation iutliew rc The chnlr nppoiued Prof Logau II C Murray It F Heyser and W O Allen Prof Logan was In favor of taking a poll of the district beforo any further action was taken He said ho thought it best to seo how the voters stood there were cries of No Nol go right ou with it Wo can carry it The Professor saw ho was very much in tho minority nnd yicldtd the 11 or A tlunnce committee was then appointed consisting of J II Moorman Chas Smith nnd Chintz Roy- Â¬ alty After a few remarks by Prof Logan In which lie said some good words for tho cause and heartily endorsing the movement tho meeting adjourned to meet again Friday night December 2S A Nice Present for You This 40 Bicycle will be given away to the Lucky one Guessing the Number of Beans Shot and Tacks contain- Â¬ ed in a Half Gallon Jar ON EXHIBITION IN OUR SHOW WINDOW Every cash purchase of 25 cents will entitle you to a guess If you btiy a Dollars worth you get four guesses The moro money you spend the moro guesses you get Tho Bicyclo is a combination suited for a Girl or Boy solid rubber tire and usually sold for 610 How The Guesses Are to be Made With every 25 cents worth of Goods the Salesman who waits on you will issue you a ticket Your namo address date and timo of guess must bo carefully filled out Should two or more persons guess tho samo number and mako tho guess at tho samo time another Jar smaller will bo filled and they will mako another guess tho ono guessing nearest tho contents will receive the Bicycle Guesses closed on Tuesday January 22d Bicycle awarded on January 2oth 1895 J C NOLTE Assignee MtlliVUWMtlVMWiV SULZERS The Goshen Fifth Sunday Missionary Meeting Will convene at Liberty church ilvo miles west of Lcitchfield on the Morgan town road at 10 a in on Saturday before the fifth Sunday iu December 1S91 Subjects for discussion How may we enlist our people in giv Â¬ ing for tho support of the gospel J N Lynch A beautiful lino of RUGS Have been received consisting of thirty eight different styles and will be kept on exhibition through tho HOLIDAYS only You can not afford to miss this Knights of the Maccabses The Stato Commander writes us from After trying Lincoln Neb ns follow other medicines for what seemed to bo n very obstinato cough in our two children wo tried Dr Kings New Discovery nnd nt tho end of two dnys the cough entirely Wo will not ho without it loft them liereaftor as our experience proves that it cures where all other remedies fail Signed F W Stephens Stato Com Why not give this great medicino u trial ns it is guaranteed and trial bottles nro freo nt A It Fishers drug store Reg- Â¬ ular sizo 50c and 100 Tho tlessednessofchcerful giving II White The relation of pastor and church W V Harrell A O Caperton Missions What pait may femnle members tnke iu public worship nud iu church work J D Duncan Tho Missionary board will meet at the samo time and plnca for tho transaction of business pertaining to missionary work in the Association Chairman Lynch earnestly requests that all the members of th6 board bo W V Hakukix present Secretary 11 opportunity if you aro needing anything in this line Very Respectfully Newspaper Reporters Wanted Wo are informed that tho Modern Press Association wants ono or two news papor correspondents in this county The work is light and can bo performed by either lady or gentleman Previous experience is not necessary and somo of our voung men and women and even old men would do well to securo such a pos-Â¬ ition as wo understand it takes only about ono fourth of your lime For fur Â¬ ther particulars address Modern Press Association Chicago 111 B F Beard HARDINSBUUG KY Co Christmas Servico at St Rose Church Tho service at tho Catholic church will bens follows At 5 am High mass in Corameraoraticn At 8 the Second of tho birth of Christ mass of worship and nt 10a m High Mass Solemn with sermon nnd Benediction Cluistraas being u priviltged feast the pastor is permitted to say - three Masses Tho music and singing at tho 10 a in r pecitd pains servico will be equlsitu have bon taken to rendr to the Feast o Feasts its worthiness IltOORAU I Â¬ Whats In a Name Our nam Stands for one Of the ohlefct And best known Mtrcantlle houses In tho Stato t I iVtkikvvvwvwvi S5loUISLLEKY J M IIARFER showed bo baking powder 1 MwiuaoutMiMJt so pur or so great fa iv-- Worlds Tests mMtjmwm m w r mm men wid At 10 a m A march ut the pabtor Everybody knows that tho conditions for health aro not favorable when the coining to the altar Thun tho sweet Adisto Fidiles followed by tho Mnfs stomach liver and bowols aro disordered In such casts lieadactio Indigestion nnd proper composed by Peter tho world constipation aro the result for all which known composer of church music After ailmeuts tho proper romedy is Ayers tho Gospel tho Rev Pastor will speak jdii the Festive Day in words coming nnd Cathartic Pills going to the heart Tho Ave Maria at the oil rtpry Is n To Handle Their Cash master piece of Lnufbllotte never before enterprising Arm of Wm Vest The heard in this city After tho High macs Solemn Bene Â¬ Sins havo just added a new and novel to their already good facilities diction will bo given by the pastor with feature Blessed Sacrament or handling their business It is the the The community at largo id more than cash carrier system In this day and welcomo at the services time when everybodys on tho rush and Death Of Mrs Springate all want to be waited on at the same Mrs Delia Springate wife of T J time it is absolutely necessary to have same kind of a quick an convenient de- Â¬ Springate ant daughter of Robert Sipes vice by which you can accommodate all died the tenth inst cf typhoid fever and do it quickly and at the same tlmo after an illness of flvo weeks in Lewis The growing trada of tho port Hancock county Age 13 years correctly demanded something of this kind Mrs Springate received every attention Vests You can step into their storo make your that a loving husband kind pvonts sis purchase hand over your money aud if tors and brothers could glvo her with change is coming back to you you get it good nud tender nursing of a kind neigh Â¬ la le time than It takes to write this bor her Doctor spared nq trouble but The money is placed in a little cupkent with all cruol monster deathclalmed her whiszing over the wires to tho apflTer iu as his victim She was taken to Rosetta BreckenrldgQ ceunty ami lettered in tlio thejearof the store tiuis U him wlifrstiig hack It does Sipes grave yard She leaven a kuiUntU awy WMh ajltho trouulefcf waiUHg and a little daughter feifcar motiir Ave sis Â¬ wv running around after a sApauia for you ters i4 Uire tuptkausto mourn her Mil lots wltb many frfenth tone change Drop In and n ATFniiivi Jet them show yon hq Therefore When jou liny a Holiday or Wedding Present And wo Guarantee it You have Something for Your Money J JOHNSON J O BOURNE DANIEL BR00K8 BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CATTLE BOURBON STOCK YARDS McGAVQCKS SCHOOL HOUSE Mlsa Maggie school teachor from Mr Dunn Bchool over and CO Moral Come in and sue our Christmas Display Open Eveninos Commission Salesmen of Live Stock HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl KY Wilson our charming accopted the challengu lost week to bring hla spell He brought them Farmers aro through gathering corn Wednesday but would not Literary meeting every Saturday night over last spell according to MIsa Maggies rules at IIsgali Jllsa Salllo Dyer 19 visiting her paronU Sold Oat thla week Fred Frulw living lu the Forks Mr MIsa Letltla Frymlro attended church ot Hough haa sold hla farm there to Mr hero Sunday W T Cannon It la reported that Mr Itev Frymlro will preach at McGav F raize will move to Henderson seuaty lie will be uilaaed from the Forks uhg ocka school house next Sunday wad born aad raised there and lww ifeada MrThoe Ityan olCloyerpoit attend it lila home from boyhood Mr Ffl ed tho filling TOWi kMf Wednesday U a public spirited man and we mm sor ulahfat Utia pfauw Wdltiii j- k- ry to Km im inih ma uouaty Until After Christmas F N DHUY For 21 Years YOUR JEWELER ajlrHilautoa bAuUiiK lTTOHNEY Offlo Gus Brown CLOVERPORT KY with DitIJ R Murray Kait at law enit of KJMBlUBd rt JOS- iS i Jrww Vf u 8 THR BRROKKMR1DQK NMS CLOVRRPORT BEWLEYVILLE Bew ley villa moves on slowly K1k Ak tnkrn Jno A McMrlico wlioil yon vllt Ilia tin in in a Hi u rilc 11m jvlicn on cniil coittf rtl GUSTON to be Prof Allen fctltli was in town Punday John Cox went to Louisville Sunday David Jones if In Loulstlllo on busi Â¬ ness Mrs Blancho Smith was Ilia Iib T 0 Ctindllf Sunday JHf 5 ipillil i S S lb Breckenridge 0M fti wPPtfwi ROYAL Made from the most 3 5 I highly refined and pensive ingredients and eaves neither acid nor alkali in the food BAKING ex- - 5 1 POWDER CO 1M WALL ST NEW YOHK JilfeK jBfiJC JBWJtjMWfefcjwK 3r6 SWK iWLrlE News 19 1891 3WLJy Ly Stf jfcj1 IND v kjyr g tff Jf jfTg TOBINSPORT WEDNESDAY DECEMDEU MOOLEYVILLE The school here Is progressing very Everything has quieted down at Can- Â¬ nicely and having n good attendance Thero is talk among our young friends nelton and business is running smooth- hero of forming a literary club I heartily iy commend the project The great d outh that has prevailed Mrs Ross who is under treatment for for so long has been broken up by rain cancer is doing splendidly and will bo Ha sound and well in a few days Thn meeting at tho Methodist church This town has but little worth men is In progress with some degree of inter- Â¬ tioning except pretty girls We linvo est more pretty girls to tho Equnro Inch Edwin Polk of Eureka has been than any other town in Kentucky spending several days here with rela George II 0Hryan returned from tives Daviess county last Monday w hero he Miss Emma Weathcrholt is visiting has been visiting relatives llo reports her uncle Press Polk on Bear creek this times dull there as well as here that with week a fair apple crop here we have tho best Martin Frank is bujlng potatoes to county As there Is so much being said about store for a higher price Ho is paying tho free Jnd unlimited or limited colnago 55c per bu Misses Fannie and Martha Harris wore of silver I suppose it would not bo out of place for mo to have my say as well as up from near Cannelton to attend church hero Sunday tho rest If I am not mistaken we have free Mrs Vina Rogers has recovered from Some folks will think that Dr Bells colnago of silver as much as freecoinngo the effects of her broken shoulder suffi Pino Tar Honey is no better than tho of gold If I am right in this it is a ciently to be out again common cough remedies until they try question of limited or unlimated colnago The Fanners Institute was well at it Then they will know for themselves of silver with a view on tho part of the tended and much valuable information that its the best on earth For sale by government to establish and maintain a was gained by tho hearers Haynes Clovorport Dr R Short perfect parity of values between the two Our Till thinks his chances good for II McMullin McDanlelsjM Meyer metals and to say the least a questionnext meeting of the Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino able object in view on tho part of tho doorkeeper at the Legislature Success to him A Taylor Rosettaj Drury Bennett silver mine owners and there adherents Tho meetings at the Methodist church Co Bewleyvillo Ky W E Brown Irv It seems to bo tho opinions of the silver it es that it is the scarity of money that are well attended and it is to be hoped ington Kyj Jno P Nieholf Garfield Ky A R Ma ris Big Sprinjr Ky is the percapita is insufficient to meet much good will be accomplished the increasing demands of trade that is There will be a protruded merlin Rate for Holidays causing so much distress commenced at the Baptist church on The L St L T R R will make I cannot share this belief with them Saturday before tlie first Sunday in rate of one faro for tho round trip be Â¬ The per capita for many prior to tho late January tween all stations on its lino during the war was but a fraction overone half what Jas England and John Ambers were holidays Rates will be effective on Dec it is to day Those were the most pros- chosen Superintendents of the Baptist 22 23 24 25 30 and 31 1891 and Jan- Â¬ perous years in my recollection but they Sunday School at church meeting last uary 1st 1895 tell us the volume of business is three Saturday times as great to day as it was iu the Mrs C P Pulk has a few pure bred A Dwelling Burned fifties but remember they will tell you Plymouth Rock and light Brahama cock- Â¬ The Misses Munford met with quite in tho next breaih that thero is not one erels she oilers for sale at a bargain an unfortunate accident in the loss of word of truth in their statement or that Those wishing such will do well to their new dwel ing at Irvington by fire as a matter of fact there is no business w rite her at once a few days since They dont think tho being done anywhere that the manufact- Â¬ Somo of tho boys say Alve Ryan went loss however will all fall upon them ures are all shut down the mines are all wading last Friday and Saturday We Tho building was under contract and tho closed and tho wheels of commerco and have not heard how successful ho was keys were to have been delivered to trade of all kinds is completely clogged but he como homo singing bye bye them for a certain amount of money It and all for tho want of free silver There Oh good good bye bye 0 would have been finished within ten is this that is true In tho year JSi Mr Furcason of Henderson who was dajs but for tho fire Tho contractor tho Republican party passed an act if not wholly demonetizing silver it so discrim hero sometime ago in tho interest of tho had an insurance for 1000 and this may They had inated in favor ofold as in my opinion A B Ps was here Saturday and Sunday go to tho Misses Munford to cause dlhafcamiiwuhnge in values and visiting his little baud that he lias here expended all told something over2000 wltlpifcaBtthhTBiWj ing among the peo An open meeting was held at the Bap Â¬ The building was a two story frame ple isow my remedy is very Bimple tist church Sunday evenimr with a structure and put up in mo em style They expected to occupy it during iJol otn representatives in Congress re Â¬ crowded houso to hear Wo dont like to make ourselves busy Christmas They expect to rebuild at peal tho acfa4W3 go back to tho con ditions fcnt exited prior to 1873 and all about other mens matters but until once The work is already begun will be well Thero is much in Mr Car sin is shown up more in its true light Haitis plan to commend it to tho thought- Â¬ success will not attend tho protracted ful consideration of all true men but if it efforts niivlo by tho churches for tho salis true as all seems to admit that tho vation of sinners Our sympathies are parity of tho two metals were perfect witli Bro Bogard prior to tho act of 1873 why any newLast Sunday morning our ears were fangled ideas about it Get back to onco more greetd by tho sound of the -- Miss Delia Stevens of Boston Mass blmctalism and then wo will have a rest old Dandy Jims whistle and its sound writes I have always suffered from hereditary Scrofula for which I tried Mr Ira I Wetmore a prominent real carries usa way back into theslxtieswhen various remedies and many reliable physicians but none relieved me After estate agent of San Angelo Texas has our hearts were young and full of gleo lakiDgo Domes oi I am now well I used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Many lias been tho changes since then am very grateful Diarrha a Remedy in his family for sev- Â¬ Somo sad and glad I remember ono to you as I feel that It saved me eral years as occasion required and instance connected with this whistle that from a life of untold agony and shall we shall not soon lorget always with perfect success take pleasure In speaking only words It was in 0J He says of praise for the wonderful medicine I And it a perfect euro for our baby when one of our boys in blue was laid and in recommending it to alt when troubled with colic or dysentery low by sickness and his remains were Treatise I now feel that my outfit is not complete sent homo from Owensboro on tho Lit- Â¬ anutii in Balled which then carried tho without a bottle of this Remedy at homo tle Eugone celebrated whistle Long and loud were or on a trip away from home For sale by SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY A R Fisher Clovcrport and Kincheloo ATLANTA OA Dr Prlcea Cream Baking Powder Hoard Hardlnsburg Ky Worlds Fair Illgheat Award Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Barnrs of Cannelton Is visiting Mrs James England this week Mrs Amanda Frank who had a light stroke of paralysis has recovered tho blasts she blew to signal her coming and ever luce that timo thero has been something peculiarly sweet and even sacred in its sound And another thing not particularly connected with tho whis Â¬ tle but on tho same occasion as was customary then for a soldier to be hurried by soldiers bo it was in this case Richard Polk of tho 3rd Kentucky Cav Â¬ alry Volunteers Company L was tho deceased soldier Tho procession was marching fiom Uncle Edmond Polks to the place where the dead solditr would Inlaid There was a brisk wind blow- Â¬ ing from the north west and as their way lay through an old beech deadening which was common In those days all at onco some ono was heard to say look out when al eyes were raised it was seen that a dead trco was falling directly across the line aud in an instant it was thought that there would bo mora to bury than one But fortunately the rank was broken some pressing forward and others retreating until there was room made for tho falling tree After the crowd had sufficient time to recover from the shock they took up the line of march and wont on to bury their dead Â¬ sure but surely and steadily OvortonW itiford soveioy April ed n of his ankles last Wednesday evening He was on tho lookout for his girl and got in too big a hurry Miss Blancho Jolly has bo n spending a fow days at Downey HiighM Several of her friends ate birth Inytliir ner with Miss Mary Blaufonl Sunday Dtc 1ft Will Jolly lost ono of his fino Jersey cows the other day Harrison Crcs colored has moved to Dr P W Footeu to tako charge of his dairy The Doctor is n very enlhuslasllo butter maker and seems to make qtiito a success of tho buslnifs Mr Henry Cox was badly hint list week from a kick from ahorse Holsstill I unable to work Several of his children have been nulto sick also Mr Charlio Drury and his littlo boy Tom are at present in Louisville Char Â¬ lie every onco in a while goes up to tho city and reports are that ono or two of tho fair sex allure and charm lThe marriage of Mr Herbert Cain and Miss Jcnnlo Cox has been announced to take place in tho Methodist church Thursday Dec 20th at 1 oclock p m Misses Lulio Nunnelly has about fin Â¬ ished a thrco months term of music teaching among us Sho will remain over to attend the wedding and then go Wo think homo to spend Christmas wo will havo her with us again In tho near future Our meeting has continued all through the week The Roy Snyder has preach Â¬ ed us some grand Bormons In ono he spoke of our influence and wo coud al- Â¬ most feel our words and actions going out from us on their mission of good or evil At another timo taking for his text And if tho righteous scarcely be saved where shall the ungodly and tho sinner appear Ho showed vory plain ly tho two eternal places of abode and to which these classes aro going Some of our people have heeded tho calls of the gospel but the great majjrity havo resisted Truly Straight is the gate and narrow is tho way which leadeth unto life and fow thero bo that find it Success to Bro Bogard May lie hit sin in such a way that tho sinner will sea it in all its awfulness and tho sin of in Â¬ temperance in particular Think of tho many nice young men our brothers and sons who will scarcely resist this evil May tho Lord spcd tho day when whisky drinking will be blotted from our land Golden Rod Â¬ COME IN - H gust of HANDY Dr Baxter wife and little dunu t r spent Saturday at PnyniHvilli Miss Ida Shumate was the gut fit of Miss Roso Morris Friday ufieruoon K M Osborno and R II LeQraud spent Minilay with thoir families here MhwB Minnie L Grand and Gertrude Osborne were guests of Miss Roso A Mo ris Sunday A Jones W J Stith Clus Drury and little son made a luslnus trip to Louisville Thursday Carl says he dotsut like baching ono bit and hopes Ids fo1ks will not all lento homo at once very oft- - n The members of tho Pdtteson Memor- Â¬ ial church choir met at Mirs Ewt Carri gans Friday evening to practice Gus W Richardson camo down from Louisville Friday night to spend Satur day apd Sunday with his family Mrs J R Bjekett returned homo Sat Â¬ urday after a few days irtt to hci Bister Mrs John Livers of Meade couuty Miss Eula Davis the young teacher at the Shumuta school house was the guest of Miss Ida Shumate of Hill Grove Sat Â¬ urday Geo J Neff wife and littlo daughters returned from Louisville Sunday evening after several days visit to relatives ond friends There will be services at Patteson Memorial church tho 1th Sunday in December oven though the pastor is vis- Â¬ iting in the South Tho services at Salem Baptist church Sunday wero well attended both morn Â¬ ing and night Bro Maddox sermons were very interesting There is no mistake this timo about those weddings Two will occur Christ mas day and the other is booked for the 20th Inst Names of the contracting parties will be announced latter Our railroad agent advises us that tho Texas will sell tickets for one faro for the round trip on the following dates Dec 22 23 24 20 30 31 1JI and Jan 1 1S95 Good returning until Jan 2 1895 Ticketa will not bo sod on Dec 20 27 28 and 2 but only on dates above named Â¬ FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT Our handsome stem wind stem Bit Watch nice chain and charm guaranteed correct time keeper goes freo with every purchaso of 12 or more in all departments Nickel 1 CLOTHING SHOES FURNISHINGS HATS LADIES FURS ETC Mms S398 Melton heavy extra long Overcoats for 3 08 ones up to 30 Mens good well Sulla for 7 All kinds of better goods aro equal in every respect goods and are sold for less than Q K tj4i40 daik Oxford mixed All kinds of better made BLACK CHEVIOT ones up to 28 Our fine to the best custom tailor one half the tailors prices Heavy Double breasted Casslmcro Suits for boya c t0 jg yenrs fjjj n d pinjja nru pjn checks for 2 25 Samo quality long pants Suite for boys 13 to 10 years old forl Boys Combination Suits siz s I to 15 years as low as 308 and elegant all wool bluo or black Cheviot Combination Suits for pairs of panta aud cap to match Boys Ulsteis and Cope Overcoats from 3 talrf 52 bound Q Mens nice woolen Smoking Jackets vvith silk cord and Satino piped for 3 18 and tho very finest all wool Tricot tatin triramed quilted pocket and Dressing Gowns for 908 to 12 43 These uinko tho ideal Christmas Gilts for men nnd tho ladles cant BUY THE MATERIAL for what wo ask for tiie garments complete eJOttO Jiq qullted-collar-Jacke- Childrens While Coney Fur Sets Ladles Black Coney Sets animal heads Ladles Black Coney Neck Scarfs with heads Ladies or Gents Fine Silk Umbrellas rf 60c to 250 650 650 12 275 to 75c to 150 to KENTUCKIANS ENDORSE Send a MAIL ORDER WE PAY EXPRESS to any point in in Kentucky or Indiana on mail orders to tho amount of 5 or moro Money iefundcd always if goods fail to please Write for our Fall and Winter Catalogue containing full directions for Belf measurement etc and also how to have goods sent O O D subject to ex- Â¬ amination HI KttKfl 6ur6l I make tho prediction Ihatit will tako its placo as the worlds groatett discovery as it is capable of doing fiioro good for humanity than any other Jas C Claike Etq Morehead Ky My wifosajs she has nceived great benefit from the use of tho Electropoiso I bought of you some weeks since and feel sure it will cure her of a long stand- Â¬ SIMONSON KLEINIIANS IRVINGTON ing caso of rhopmatistn Mont y could Tho Irvington Sunday School wlllcelo not buy it from her C W Wright brato Christmas eve with a musical and Louisville Ky Dhristmas tree All who feel any inter- Â¬ All the money in Kentucky could est in tho Sunday School and love to not buy my Electropoiso It cured my giv pleasure to their children are cor- Â¬ wife of tumor after tho best physicians dially Invited to take part and bring pro had pronounced her incurable Michael seuU for their friends and children Condran Frankllnton Ky KvVlfe Ten livo agents to Following is tho program Mr J M Myers of Myers Bonn 230 sell Fiuit Trees at a Voluntary Ualtman Miss Washington West Main Street Louisville saj sho has LAnae Commission Opening Chorus No loo II Kagood W S ASHBY Address Miss Sharlle Ilcrndoi no reason to change tho opinion express Cloverport Ky Solo The Holy City Adams ed about Electropoiso three years ago MissKllen Munford Baby Ilaby Wang Infant Clan It cured him of rheumatism Solo Mitt Ileulah Ilcnnctt One nights use of tho ElectropoUo Operetta Avar Hull Intermediate data gave mo relief from brain congestion and Appearance of Santa Claut vertigo I havo been a well man over Distribution of present sinco Rey Geo II Means Coving- Â¬ Capital Stock 26 000 Ilenediction Good Night ton Ky Surplus 7 600 Doors open atO oclock exercises to B F BEARD Prestdant begin promptly at 0 30 oclock SSTEItctropoiso put out on trial for WIIiIi MILIiKR Vloe Prealdeot four months for 10 Send for particulars M H BEA11D Oaihlr A new theory in tho treatment of Q W BEAKD DUBOIS WEBB coughs lung and bronchial affections has Dtre tor MORRIS E8KMD1E 1 I been advanced by the manufacturers of 501 Fourth Iveiiiic roiiikvillo Ky R M JOLLY Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS wonderful remedy All dealers sell fc For sale it on a positive guarantee WHARFMASTERS by Short Haynes Clovorport Dr ufTcrin from FUCOPRHEA or WHITES CL0VERP0RT KENTUCKY R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer trill ftud uniucdiuto relief and permanent cure by utinj Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Alio Wholeule and Iletall Dealers In tino A Taylor Rosetta j Drury Bennett Yellow Pino Flooring and Ceiling Co Bewleyvllie Ky W E Brown Shingles Lime Laths pu can treat yourself at home Nn Ibjrilclan Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Cement Hair Brick No pain No fncnmrmrnte leccftsary IheWnirri Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky apulicd lixatlv dlUMKinir anddiitributlnirdrectK Doors and Blinds ire Ssh upon the afflicted url We uaranlee an absolute and all kinds of Building Material curt in tviry mix I he full treatment ol Every person big little old or young black or whit1 rich or poor who has ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro nounco it the best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so wo guar- Â¬ antee For sale by Short HayntfSjClov erportjDr R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bow ley ville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky j A R Morris Big Spring Ky ELECTROPOISE J MAMMOTH SHOE and CLOTHING- - CO 424 to 43 West Market LOUISVILLE t FACTS I n i- WANTED POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reisonable conditions Do not aav It can not be done until you send for free1 1 20 pace catalogue DRAUGHTONSPKACTICAL BUSINlSS COLLEGE and School of bnout H hand Typewriting and lciecrnphv- NASHVILLE TENN 4 WEEKS by DrauRhtons method of teach In book keeping Is tqual to 12 WEEKS by old method It expi ids more money In the Interest of its Hinploiint Department than half th business college in the south take In as tul ion I Is ml or sect br Hankers stronirl Merchants and practical book keepers all over the United Slates Iteasonable rates of tuition Cheap board Open to both sexes boo students past year representing 36 States and Territories It has also prepared books for sent on 60 days trial When i iti writs explain your wants Address J Drauqhon Prest astir i He re17 It Davit Cash If fur vnrttnflfi in hnnh Keepers iicnoRrapnera icacncn etc renottcu tl - Â¬ BANK HAUDlfSBUEG HOME STUDY f GREGORY CO provided it fllla sa e wmm Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR Â¬ Dr 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Anything you desire in the way of Jewelry Plated and Silver Ware Clocks Watches Table Ware Etc He also carries a large line of - CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS goods will be sold MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Harps Etc thke at astonishingly low prices Como LAMES KINCHELO