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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fwzr rfz wx iirtfWr riW Av iwv i nv1 t M Wffslfe j r W W j- - yry - n V - - rTiiiiiPfpi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX OV t a I CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 26 1894 iTeachers Association Tho 6th Magisterial Association met at Constantino Dec loth 1891 The hoUBo was called to order by tho County Superintendent Devotlohal exercise conducted by Bro M V Lyons Music furnished by tho choir consist- Â¬ ing of Misses Lillian Mattlo and Pearl McGufnn Jennlo V Whitworth Lullo Mr Irvln Johnson and Addio Meicer Wlillwotth and Sidney Hall and Miss Annie MeicotB musician who pelf rino 1 with accuracy and proved tliier talent Welcome address by Sidney Hall which showed his appreciation and spirit in the nork ho Is engaged Tho County Superintendent followed with some pointed remarks on The Why need and value of Association and how teach Geography was discuss- Â¬ ed by Wm A Skillman first and some points of interest were left to tho mom bore who eagerly caught them and a spirited discussion arose led by Messrs Geo II Moorman and Geo Gray and many thoughts of Interest were brought to bear upon the Association J C Basham introduced tho subject Why and how teach U S History and proved that there aro moro necessi- Â¬ ties than one that should prompt each individual to carefully study his home history when ho had concluded many moro points wero ndded of interest by Messrs Cbas Moorman S Hall Geo Hall Wm hkillman and Geo Gray Mutic by the choir after which the Association adjourned for noon to meet Who Is ti Blame 1 Wo complain that Jthoso in authority havo not tho ftnr of God bofore their eyes Wo lift our hands In holy horror at tho public corruption which brings our nation Into dishonor beforo tho world But who lata blame Ono poli- Â¬ tical party is over rcay to atcrlbe nil tho corruption of tho country to Its political rival But this godless disregaul of nat Â¬ ional honor and national interest is ton fined to no parly neither Im it ronlimd to party leaders but It controls tho peo ple on whom tho leaders rely for sup port Here is tho seat of tho diseaso which is gnawing at tho vitals of the republic Tho man who now refuses to cater to tho depraved tastes of tho mass Â¬ es can not as a rule bo promoted to office How many men can sit in llio halls of Legislation or even oh our benches of justice who persistently re Â¬ fuse to inlluenco mens votes by money or inflamo their passions and sway their When a jutlgmont with strong drink man of a high senso ot moral honorseeks promotion by the suffrage of his fellow citizens ho soon learns that ho must come down from his stilted dignity or bo defentcd In tho excitement of the canvass he yields to baso motives to prevent defeat He compromises ills high sense of honor deadens his conscience and sells out his manhood to secure an honorable position We should not expect one to manifest a high senso of hon- Â¬ or in public places as long as wo tequiro them to compromise their honor iu or- Â¬ der to secure such places Tho tiling is As well both unreasonable and unjust expect sweet water to flow from a fountain which wo have mado bitter Purty spirit is hostile to moral purity As ono becomes filled with tho spirit of party to that exteut does he surrender the freedom of a man He can neither He stifles think nor speak impartially the convictions of conscience and shouts tho shibboleth of party With him tho triumph of party is infinitely dearer than Hence tho maintenance of principle the conflict becomes a struggle not for principle but for victory Tho people aro distracted and tho nation brought to tho verge of ruin over tho most trival matters Tho Eastern empire was once shaken to its foundation by parties which differed only about the merits of Charioteers at tho amphi theatt r This ruinous party spirit was foitered by ignor ance Tho masses who are controlled at the ballot box by the basest influences because they will not bo controlled by any other and who in return control tho ballots of our country are ns a rulo the uncultured part of society Tho better class of citizens are not approached witli the influences which control tho ignor- Â¬ ant Therefore tho remedy is in tho correct education of tho masses Tho emphasis is correctly made for any kind of education will not accomplish this end Only as peoplo aro truly cul- Â¬ tured do thoy cease to bo tools of politi cians Then their intelligence not their passions must bo addressed When tho masses aro thus educated they will refine instead of demoralize our public men As a remedy then for tho demor Â¬ alization of nil classes wo need a better system of education Wo must have a free education if we would hnvo a freo people Tho children must bo educated in just principles if we would perpetuate To make this a just government remedy effectual when the means of education aro provided for tho ignorant they should bo required to appropriate them or forfeit their right of suffrage No man should have a volco in determ- Â¬ ining tho destiny of our nation who rejects tho means of that education which alono can qualify him to act in- Â¬ telligently A man who has not spirit enough to avail himself of tho benefits of an olemontary education whon placed within his reach is not worthy of being a citizen of a free government Wo need tQ erect a high standard of moral qualification for positions of Those in authority trust and honor will over bo about what the peoplo re qulro of them When ungodliness and moral corruption aw at a discount among the people and party spirit can not atone for tho darkest crimes then may we expect more purity in high places not before This standard must tie erected nt tho ballot box or our liber- Â¬ ties will find an untimely grave F II Quinn -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- THE CARLISLE PLAN J 5f Dont tho Intorest of tho Gold Bugs as Against tho Pcoplo H A Liko It It Is In What Buslnoss Has Undo Sam Going tho Security of tho Bankers for thoir Debts to tho Â¬ Peoplo IT IS DOWN RIGHT ROBBFRY 4 it r 4F i Mr- - f rs Editor News Will you allow mo a small spaco to fay a few words on Car- Â¬ lisles new financial icheme Tho first section of that propoBed law requires thorepealing of all laws requiring or authorizing tho deposit of United States bond as security for circulation Simply becaueo it Why require this is seen that the issue and sale of bonds is growing more and moro unpopular and tho discontent and impatiencu of the Tho Na- Â¬ people is becoming ominous tional debt on which the National bank log system is based will bo due in a few years and with tho payment of this debt the banking system resting thereon And it is would xplre by limitation desiied by tho banking corporations of the country to retain at all hazards the control of tho issuo and volumo of cur lenry Tbo present administration being merely the obsequious servant of the corporations is anxious to place securely within their grapp abeoluto mastery over all industry commerce and propeity of tho people beforo sinking into inglorious and dishonored obscurity Hence tho haste of the peoples it rcpreientatltet under tho lash of their master Grover Cleveland to carry out the plan of the Baltimore bankers convention What supremo conttmpt for the will Thoir opinion or n ishes of the masses was not rt quired Tho question wasnot discussed at all in the press or on tho stump before the election but just as soon as the election is over the bankers J II A meet and issue their orders to tho presi Â¬ Not every woman who arrives at mid dent and his cuckoos and they vie with die ago retains tho color and beauty of ono another in their eagerness to obey her hair but every woman may do so by 0 what utter contempt for tho pcoplo tho occasional application of Ayers Where is tho sprint of our fathers It Hair Vigor It prevents baldness re- Â¬ slccpeth it is not dead it only sleepeth moves dandruff and cures all ecalp And woo to tho vlllians who have sold diseases and are now selling tho sacred rights and ROSETTA liberties of their constituents to tho cor- Â¬ porations when that spirit shall a wakenl Held over from last week Second Says the Carlisle plan per- Mr Warren Alexander and bride j g M mitNational banks to issue notes to the Miss Sallio Mitcham began amount of 50 per centum of their paid Monday IIo has leased land of W up capital and when emergencies arise B Hardin Wo extend them our con- Â¬ 25 per centum additional gratulations and good wishes If Sallio Why should tho banking corporations makes aa good a wife as pupil shu will be permitted to foist their notes debts prove a jewel to Warren upon the public for money Y Miss Angle Sipes while preparing din Why should tho people bo compelled ner Sunday stumbled over a cat with a by law to pay the national banker intor Â¬ bowl of milk in her hands She was est for tho privilege of using his debts thrown to tho ground In falling her What business has Undo hand was severely strained two of her for money Sam going tho security of the bankers fingers were thrown out of plsce for their debts to the peoplo 7 Is not One of our young gents gets a number the merchant tho miller the manu- Â¬ of letters from a fair demoiselle in Ark- Â¬ facturer tho miner tho farmer or any ansas We dont know what it f pel Is coinpany or business firm whatever as but we do know that he ran behind the inDch mtitled in equity to tho privilege door to read last ono and the door had a of loaning thoh notes debts to the peo- Â¬ glass front- - which revealed his smiles ple for money purpose as tho national blushes and a pretty bunch of emblema Â¬ S bankers tic flowers For one hundred years it has beebo parly Old People boasted motto of tho Democratic Hqual rights to all exclusivo privileges Old pcoplo who require medicino to Now they aro rushing head Â¬ regulate the bowels and Uldneys will find to none long to confer on tho national bankers tho true remedy in Electric Bitters ovclusive special p cuniary most unjust This medicine does not stimulate and and dantjerout privileges To whom will contains no whisky nor other intoxicants tho bankers owe their notes debts it Is but acts as a tonic and alterative It proposed to allow them to ltsuo and loan acts mildly on tho stomach and bowels to the people at usurious rates of in-Â¬ adding strength and giving tone to tho Why to tho government tho organs thereby aiding Nature in tho terest whole peoplo Every one of theso bank performance of tho functions Electric notes issued will represent at its face Bitters is an excellent appetizer aud aids valuo a debt of the bank to tho wholo digestion Old peoplo find it just exactly cents per people in tho person of tho holder whoÂ¬ what they neeu lnco nity etoro 11 Fishers Drug bo Why theu bottle at A ever that person may should they be compelled by law to go Remembering Auntie to tho banker and pay him usury for Gas City Ind Dec 10 1801 Mb what is their own D Baudauk Sin Inclosed find 0 what wise peoplo Amoi leans oral J twenty five cents for which please send How intelligent courageous and inde Â¬ mo a ticket iu tho drawing for the big pendent we aro Wo would not submit dnll - Rnil mv aunt Annio Nnwsom a to bo fleeced and robbed by kingsTbox of nice candy for themoney and write from Ella W Miller How is dear raouarchs dukes ami lords as do tho nlil Clovernort cettinct alonu With poor down trodden peoplo of the old many pood wishes to you and all of my Oh I no we aro a free people I dear friends for a merry Christmas a world Woare I How long will this contempt- Â¬ prosperous New Year I remain Yours Truly uous disregard of the wishes and welfare EixA Wick Miller of the people at large continue to be Until the peo Â¬ shown by their rulers TAKES YOUR HONEY only 3 cent to buy a glass vial ple cease to regard themselves us so many oT Dr Ffcrcua Plwwuit isllets i sheep to be herded by their political but tlion you get a Wing benefit and a permanent cure o your leaders till the corporations are ready to Con Uilloua or blck HoadacU shear thorn again stipation or Indigestion lots of appetite rAid all those trouble Passing oyer the third section I find Wiue iwow a uasoruareu uvw Suppose a tax of one this Fourth The tlmo to treat an Inactive liver U Uforo it trOnfffl a db- half of 1 pjjf centum payable semi Â¬ If thewi tor IeUeta were annually upon the average amount of iu every day u people would be geruvproof Tlut genu of iMwoee notes In efrtflatlon to defray tho ex prtwesGfrvrlntng uotec official super- Â¬ through Mm liver your beultu and vision etc K wU belir lpwb If ytw fuffer from wind ami rtfttaThis one half of 1 per centum per anÂ¬ cewflvoin ttte Kontaefa gUdliMwget you bwue UUturbed k num payable semi annually represent forth6 dkte relief row the m of llea- jJ8wlulat1ofVUankeB noWajOieyareto receive frota the gov aat Pallet1 Theyre guaraU4 to glvasatttfacUon or ernment to loan back to the people at taowey returned No from 10 to 60 per cent per annum TWnk of the tlwwawJn of hopeUwi ca 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 house-keepinÂ¬ wonder the natloual bankers can ro well airord to pay largo salaries to tho editors of tho great city papers to teach Ihtlr blind and deluded readers that Tho Na Â¬ tional Banking sjste in is tho Lest Tho tho world ever saw bankers aro to lecelve their notes at tho baro cost of printing them and tho ink and paper used and then sticking their fists to them loan them out as money The banker lives in luxurious taso and resplendent show on tho toll seat and And they life blood of common folk will continue to dress in Folt pnrmi nls dwell in beautiful homep n a I sumpt- Â¬ uously every day though tlllii g not nor spinning until we aro intelligent inde Â¬ pendent and honest enough to vote for the welfaro of our country and our homes rather than for the corporations and their agents the politicians of the DEMOHEPUBLICRATICANpartjv Tho fifth section of tho Secretarys plan proposes that tho Secretary of the Treasury shall be author d to prepare and keep on hand ready for issue upon application i reserve of blank national bank notes for each banking association Yes the notes aro having circulation to bo manufactured by tho government in largo quantities and kept constantly on hand in tho treasury in blank so that when applied for by tho bankers thoy carl bo shipped post haste to them and when they aro signed by tho president and cashier thoy a o ready to begin earning dividends for tho bankers Shame Shamol that tho voters of this country will meekly and tamely submit to such flagrant and outrageous Injustice It is none and most shameless robbery tho less robbery though dono under the forms of law and is called a consistent and comprehensive financial scheme Coming to section eleventh I find thai tho circulating notes issued by a bank- Â¬ ing corporation duly organized under the laws of any State shall be exempt from taxation under tho laws of the Ofcourso It would United States never do to innko tho national banker Hut pay taxes like common mortals watch when that Carlislo bill Cleve- Â¬ lands bill per Carlisle reaches a vote every Populist will vote solidly against And when it shall it in the House reach the Sonate that gallant band of PopulistSenstors wlllstauif life a wall Mark this pre- Â¬ of firo against passage diction and let us learn who aro our real friends and advocates in the halls of legislation Respectfully bank-lng-Bste- m - NO 23 GARRETT Mr Tom Hamilton of Brandenburg was hero Friday Mr Kit Weymuth of Constantino was hero this week Mrs J G Shacklett of lllll Grove was hero Thursday Mr Will Styles the whisky drummer of Vino Grove was luio this week Dr J E Wimp of Loulovillc was hero this week seeing after Ida farm at U zwrdOAPi VORY iSl It Floats f Vt v h ft r FORTY MILLION CAKES YEAKLT oamdle co cinti James Columan mid wife spent last Saturday night aud Sunday with their mother Mrs Laura Osborne Mr Joo Burger and family left here this week for Union county where they expect to make their futuro home Mr Henry Novitt and cousin of Ceci- Â¬ lia School passed through hero Friday enroute for Binndenburg to spend tho holidays This vicinity was greatly shocked last Tuesday over tho death of Miss Willa Shacklett of Hill Gove after a short Illness of typhoid fever Mr the rnoorcn a It is Right I Here Nqwj at 1 pm AFTKBKOON SESSION Every person big little old or young black or whit rich or poor who has over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Ifoney pro nounco it tho best cough nnd lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so wo guar- Â¬ antee For sale by Short k HaynesClov crportIr R II McMullIn McDanlcls M Meyer Geo Heyser Co Buras Constantine A Taylor Rosetta Drury Beunett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nicliols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky An IinpuKslllo House What S The Greatest Barg ain fEz 1 m Sale liver Known This People Tho Public know that wo aro not given to sensational schemes or sensational advertising They do know that wo must soon move rem our present building Hint a new ono mny be erected IrJ TOW i 5 Music by choir Why and how teach the diacritical marks by J C Tucker who presented his method and gavo tho Association a very good talk why teach this more carefully than has been the custom by the majority of teachers Many motubers took an active part in tho discussion Next suhjoct Why cultivate tho taste A well prepared paper for reading on this subject bMlss Amanda Pullen Music by choir Why and how teach Grammar by Chas Moorman who gave some interest Â¬ ing points when Jesse Hoskins conclud with a valuable and instructivo talk Essay by Miss Ada Board subject memory which was ably composed and appreciated by all Tho valuo and necessity of literary socitties in Public Schools S II Gray Music by choir Why and How teach The subject Physiology II J Roberts who gavo some very valuable hints and suggestions to the teachers of tho rural districts G II Hall delivered a well directed arrow talk on the subject A Fine Teacher Music bythoir The other members being absent who had been placed on the programme a motion to extend our many thanks to the good people of constantine and vic- Â¬ inity for the kindness and genorous hos- Â¬ pitality extended to us which will ever bo remembered also extended thanks to choir for their good music rendered which gavo life and vigor Lp all tho mem- Â¬ bers Song Till wo meet again The meeting adjourned to meet again SinNKY Hall Vice Pres in 1893 Andrew Dmskell Pros Wm A Skillman Geo Hall Sidney Hull J 0 Tucker Chas Moorman II J Roberts J 0 Basham Tlios Moore Georgo Gray S II Gray Misses Hato and Amanda Pullen Bettie Harned Ada Board Mattlo Oliver and Anulo Mercer Â¬ Tho man nnd his wifu called on thtJ architect and the architect was glad to Kco them for business wni extremely dnll Wo want you to build n houso for us said tho man by way of introduction 1 bowed tho architect Thanks shall bo only too Rlad to do so nnd I nm quito suro that I caugivocntiro satisfaction Well you ought to remarked tho Wo dont want much lady What kind of n houso did you wish Inquired tho nrchitcct Wo want a good plain ono of nbout eight rooms explained tho man and wo will leave tho design to you All wo oxpect is thnt when you hnvo finish ed it it v111 suit my wife aud mybolf I menu on tho insido Wo are not so particular nbout tho outside Tho architect heaved a deep sigh Im very sorry ho said but you will havo tojjo to somo other nrchitcct Wo cant dosign nn impossiblo houso in Detroit Freo Press this office Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is also plain to every one that wo are forced to get rid of our present immense stock beforo wo move Wo dont want to carry a piece of old goods Into So we havo decided to let the our new building Sell It wo must and sell it wo pcoplo move it will Wo havo fixed tho prices on all goods so low that they aro bound to go the prices will move tliem if nothing else will Clothing Cloaks Boots and Shoes Aro all in this moving Sale in nnd help movo them Come E E W Bagby n prominent lawyer of Paducah Ky says that Dr Bolls Pino Tnr Honey cured his children of whoop Â¬ ing cough when all things clso failed Its a now romeily for all coughs For salo by Short t Haynes Cloverport Dr McDaniels M Moyer R II McMullIn Heyser Constan Co Buras Geo tino a layior noseiia urury neuueu Co Bowfoyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky AFMTuileliilila Kipprlinciit Tho object Icmou which tho ladies of tlic Health Protective association gavo tho Now York city authorities last win Â¬ ter when thoy Eot to work iu good house Â¬ E Jacob Meyer BIG SPRING KY 3 3j Co Senn MAIN timiiiom 1711 Ackermann Brewing ritoiminous EXPORT BOTTLE BEER STRRRTBRWERY for Family Use o 1120 MAIN ST A Great Battle continually going on in tho human Is system Tho demon of impuro blood strives to gain victory over tho consti- Â¬ tution to ruin health to drag victims to tho grave Hoods Sarsaparilla is tho weapon with which to defend ones self drive tho desperate enemy from tho field and reUore bodily health for many years Hoods Pills cure nausea sickness indigestion and billiousness 25c DEATH OF JUBEL MEAD OR wifely fashion and showed what thoir Idea of a clean street wns is bearing fruit iu Philadelphia Tho Now York experiment is to bo ropented tlicro by thu ladies of tho Philadelphia Health Prototjtivo association nnd tho block se Â¬ lected upon which to domoustrato what can bo dono when women set about it is Twolfth street botwocn Chestnut and Wnlnut On this block stands tho beau Â¬ tiful clubhousoof tho now Century club n womnus organization making it an omlneutly snitnblo spot to boar tho im print of womans lovo of neatness Â¬ isv uinci i LOUISVILLE KY MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY 1894 Breathing Its Last Its never to lato to vermifuge EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 SOLD II V ALT IHIDOUIST8 rrtpar4 b mcitmnsoj msicim to t ions WHITES CREIM FOR 20 YEARS Bucklens Arnica Salve Tho Best Salvk In the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRhoumFover Sores TetterChapped HandsChilblains Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions and pos- Â¬ itively cures Piles or no pay required It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ faction or mouey refunded Price 25 cents per box lor salo by A R Fisher A Do Good We are making the last offer of the year If y u want to do a deed Has lod all WORM Romodlos Conillinent Â¬ He Passes Away at The Bipe Old Age of Ninety Five Died at tho residence of W H Pom berton Rock Vale Ky Thursday De- Â¬ cember 13 1891 Jubel ileador iu the ninety fifth year of his ago Uncle Jubel as ho was called was born in Bedford county Virginia February 20 100 When about eight years old his parents moved to Kentucky and settled near Hanllnsburg Breekenridgo county Ho waamarried to Miss Betqey Hanks about 1820 To this union wero born ten children fivosons and five daughters Rye of which still survivo him They are Mrs Eliza Parsons Mrs Margaret Overton Mrs Rhoda Carwile Thos and Dr J W Meador In tho year 1827 iie moved to Indiana but failing in health returned to Breekenridgo county Ky where ho has resided siuce with the ex Â¬ ception of one year he lived with his son Dr J W Meador of Shrleve Ohio coun- Â¬ ty Ky Uncla Jubel cast his first vote for President in 1821 when he voted for Andrew Jackson His wife died on De Â¬ cember JO 1 800 after whlchhe married again His second wife was Mrs Betsey Harder widow of William Harder She died November 5 1808 after which he beoaine much Ifsaatlsfled and failed Bells Pine Tar Honey is noibetter than the Some folks will think that Dr common cough remedies until they try U Then they wjll know for themselves that lts the beBt on earth For salo by Short Sc Haynes Clovorport Dr R II McMullIn McDanlelsM Meyer Co Buraa Geo Heysor Constantine A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewlevvlllo Kv W E Brown Irv ingion Ky Juo P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Mouutlog Iliotogmpln The satisfactory mounting of photo Â¬ graphs is n troublesome operation and tho following suggestion from n con Â¬ tributor to Tho Outlook may be of assict I have found a anco to amateurs method by which a photograph or en graving own bo mounted on tho thinnest paper without curling or wrinkling If the picture is a photograph it should be ironed ont smooth with a hot iron and then trimmed Mix a little gum arablp lu hot water so as to make a mthw thiak inucilase Place the nle turo on tho page in position and mark just inside the corners uemovo me picture and take some of the mucilage om a ruling pen and draw a heavy lino ot muuilage from one point to another bo as to make a lino of niuollage all aronud the plaoo where the picture ia to be As soon as the mnoilage Is atieky pat the picture in place and a book over it to keep it flat When dry you will have a smooth mount that will uot carL Â¬ Two old Bclioolfellow3 met 15 yoars after their graduation and fell figura tively npou each others necks said Well well dear old Smith How glud I nm to seoyonl Green What days thoso werol nn ha Smith you wero tho stupidest follow in tho class I Yes I supposo I was And hero you aro now I Why looking hiui ovor you havent chang Youths Companion ed n partiolo 1 Â¬ A string around your finger ask to see our Gooel 69c Jeans Pants for -9SC Best Jeans Pants for 00 Conts for Boys Jeans Lnelics Initial Ilaiulkcrcliicfsfor 5c Ladies Silk 25c -400 Mufllcrs for 1 TIE r For CAN I OHTATN A WATFNT muwer ana an boned opinion writs to I UN N b CO wbo hare bad nearly nftj yeara ozperlenoo la the patent boslneu Communica Â¬ tion itrtctlrcontMontlil A Handbook of In Â¬ formation ooncoruluix IntruiH and bow to obÂ¬ tain Ibem aunt free Alio a catalogue of mocbao loal and aclentlllo bnoka pent free latenta taken through Munu Co recelro special notice In tho Sclonllao Atnrrlenn and thus aro brouiiht wldolr before tbo public with Â¬ out enat to tbo Inreiitor 1 hit clendtd paper lllnitrated 1MU0dFeoklT elegantlyany aclentltlabaa dt far the work In tbs of world 81 a rear baninle coplea aent fro Uulldlnir Edition monthly SiliOa year Hlnslo lCvery number contains beau- copies V cent plate In colon and pbotoirrapbs ot new ilful with plans onabltaf builder to ahow tba dralmi aud ecure contract Addresa J1UNN A CO MW YOUK Uell BltuauwAT BEATS BEATS T8H 75e 90c -- Tho flrat of Amoricuri News Â¬ papers CHARLES A DANA The American Constitution it Shaker Flannd for Men - Uiieler Shlrtsffor 5C Editor 19c 2JC jPLIlIl Lnelics GooiTVcstsTor Â¬ NISATS E2kr uu SARSAPARILLA simt slood rtminxs ITU THE TVORID 1 The U OQVt Reports Royal Biking Powfar show S superior t allMhtn 4 wkleh muet have been eared by Dr Bagei Catarrh Remedy before ita proi rWUjM FOT ll ha wIlHnr tn UV IU tbeV UO aay eaee of Catarrh o ipattarko bad wMea wa eaiwot aura well peytMp eaek lie was a devoted member of the Cum berland Presbyterian church and spent much of hie time In his last days reading r the Bible He was laid to rest in Union Chapel evening of the 14th cemetery on the thereby a long and useful Ufa lias ended D 0 Olkuons Dr Prfeai CrMM ttaklac Pow4r Warias l akjWtheet Meaat aa4 Compounded of natures great t curative herb Succeful for 90 years In the cure of all diseases Ask arising from Impure blood for Nsats and take no other 121 thoAmerican Idea the Ameri Â¬ Chenille Covers for 9SC can Spirit Ladies Muffs for Those first last 39C and all the time forever aainch China Silk for You can buy an everlasting Daily by mall - - 6ayV Xmas rememberance from us DailySundaybymailS8 Clothing Big line of Overcoats --The Weekly Large Large display of Cloaks Variety Gents Furnishing Goods 1 ayr ayr Visit Headquarters The Great bargain Store The Sunday Sun Is the gretat ftuntUy XewssMiwlR ttta VMta IforMpttilhL U for AR mIc-- fey I FISHER DrtwUt GeoYeakel Co wrkl FrloeScacepy ly mail w 2 a year Weteau 7 Clavirjwrt Ky BRAND1NBURG KY 5 Ml Breckenridge News Jm P fc HARDINSBURG L H ll day BRANDENBURG No services iu our churches Christmas Blood Poison - rwwawawsyywsjat BEWLIYVlLLl J Vr t Ti 8 Brittp E4tori h roptlilri 1894 W TIME TABLE ooi ito wear WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20 Babiorlptloa Frio StOO ft Tear In Adtincf at tut End of thn Teat 1125 ltttii China has nt last decided that it has been whipped enough and will suo for peace The residence in Washington City owned and occupied by the lato James G Blaine is to be demolished and a theatre erected in its place a aaa m No tho Democrats in this county are uot considering a candidate to make tho race for tho Legislature next year Thero Is time enough for us when tho Republicans shall havo busted among themselves of tho Stato Democratic Ezccutlvo Committee say that it is not within their lino of duty to say to tho The members Stato Convention that they shall nomi- Â¬ nate a candidate for United States Sena- Â¬ tor Tho Convention must govern its Whether it own actions in that regard will be done or not there is a feeling among a great many Democrats that tho coming State Convention should make such a nomination The News goes to press on this morn- Â¬ ing succeding Christmas day verily the happiest of all the year mindful of what has been told in both song and story that it is a time seemingly the most eventful of all the past Friendships aro renewed old talcs nro retold and the hearts of all are lightened by tho sur roundings Christmas gives time for Peculiar is it that study and reflection the child in its innocence and merriment regards it too as tho time most joyful of Surrounded somen hat in mystery all revealing things strange and startling in some respects yet tho fancy and the np pcarance of Santa Claus is at once pleas ant and sublime Let us all be thankful therefore that we have tho power to realize sufficiently the pleasures it af- Â¬ fords And while wo aro appropriating it so much to ourselves let us not bo altogether selfish Thero are thoso who need to share somewhat in our goods and provisions and whether wo have much or little let us givo it freely and in the spirit of Him who gavo us this day to celebrate Â¬ J T Ditto of Louisville was last Saturday Paneiif er Dally arr llirJlmbnrj- - Ti40 am t hear of several eiiUitaliiinenta for tho ensuing week Subscribo for the News Mrs Robt Smith is with her daughter II F Board returned from Ioiilkvlllo Mrs R II Novllt Rat unlay nt several lajs Herbert Worland Judge Milton Board went to Louisville at home last week last Friday Mr and Mrs Jesse Powell aro visiting Mr EdCuthrio is able to bo at his Mis II A Powell business again Will Casperke is at home with Ills par Â¬ Mr Robert Mattlnglya little child died ents for a little stay here last Monday Mr Milton Miller has gouo to Cory Mrs Anion KIncheloo went to Webster don for his holidays to spend Christmas Boss MeGolleo and Harvey Ditto aro wis who has been sick for home for the holidays Mr T C some time is able to bo out again Mrs Ned Reese of Recses Ohio is at James T Beard Jr has sued for di- Â¬ her fathers Mr J K Ditto vorce from his wife Emma Beard Mr Fred Meador and Mr Lum Cray W II Carman Irvington has sold his croft were iu town last wet k hotel property to Mr Beauchamp in non essentials In essentials unit Mr Jesse Eskridge was attending liberty in all thing charity court at Union Star last Thursday Mr Clias Mungrovn visited Mr Tom Mr Graham Eskridge and Thomas Hamiltons family last Sunday Bowmcr are at homo for the holidays Bro Hagan preached last Saturday and Fou Sale Four flno harness horses Sunday being his regular days here Apply to Victor Robertson Olendeane Mr Geo Hollinsworth of Indiana is Ky visiting her sistt r Mrs John Mahan The pay car went down over the Miss Mattlugly was the guest last Sat-Â¬ branch lost Friday distributing Christ Â¬ urday and Sunday ot Miss Ida Edmunds mas mom y amony tho workmen Clias Ncvltt is at home from Ceclllan Very little tobacco has been sold in with his comin Lon Nevitt as ills guest this market Tho buyers complain that Father Herbeth has returned to his the farmersfigures are too high Missionary society of the charge and had mass last Saturday and The Home Sunday M E church will meet with Mrs Figirott Mr Taylor Hayncs spent last Sunday January on the first Thursday in to Cloverport becarno tlio purchaser at home and returned W II Carman OtflHO UST Paittnfsr Dally arr IlardlniburlJll pm Tho Bflptirt meeting closed Manday After Approach f Death NtW Life by Taking HeetTa They called the Rev Snyder to the past So torate for a year and he accepted in town on co more tho church across the way is to have the gospel Rev Snyder is a v vVLvBjBLafS Ij Mr With TTm E OrecnholtM Baltimore Md For four years I was In Intense suffering an abacesi on rny thigh it discharged freely and several times Pieces of Bone Came Out Last February I had to take my bed for four weeks and then It was I began to take Hoods Barsaparllla I soon got on my feet but was Terr weak and went to the Maryland University hospital where they said my trouble was chronla blood poisoning and care me little hope I reÂ¬ turned home and continued taking Hoods I lure used sir bottles and the abscess has en Â¬ tirely disappeared and t hare been Iq Fine Health Evor Since It It had not been for Hoods Bariapa rllla I should be In my grate I hare gained la weight from UT a year ago to 10 pounds to day I know I praise Hoods GnrENHOLTZ biliousness HoodsCures 1812 Barsaparllla for It alL Wm E Hanover 8L Baltimore Md Hoods Pills cure llrcr Ills constipation1 Jaundice sick headache lndlgesUoa of tho Mountain hotel property at Irv ington last week at the sura of 750 Some of the securities on Stuart Dc Jernetts bond have consulted counsel in regard to making defense to suits against them Mrs Minnie McGIIIb infant child fell against a stove one evening last week and was severely burned about the neck and face They have a new organ on trial at the M E church It is a Wuvlilzer brand and sold by James Kincheloc the jew- Â¬ eler of this place Vifisses Eva Ilunsluy Mary Bonnier Daisy Mercer Eva Ilebton Bessie Beaid Annie Gardner Annie DeJeruett and Hattio May are at home for tho holidays Mr Eli Storms came in from Collin He has county Texas last Monday been there about two years He will remain here a couple of months and return Mr Ed Wright of Louisville is the foreman of the Soda Ash plant at Bran denburg He is also a stockholder in the Company Mr Wright is well- known in this place and his friends hope his new venture may prove a big success Licensed to marry J B Frank to Miss Effie Pate Sandy Butler to Miss Annlo B Stlth Sanford M Priest to Mies Loa Ann McAdaras Win F Hook to Miss Mamio Dellavcn M II Beard to Miss Sarah MurrayJames T Mitcham to Miss Vitulla Slaton Charles W Sipes to Miss Ada Budwcll Mammy where is my Chilsuus gif Dont said a little negro the other day come round hero axln me bout dat now yo little rascal Whars yo been all since fo day Whars de klnlin fo dis Isaiah yo is de lyinest nigger in fire Fo de Lord Ise most power- Â¬ dis town ful notion of licken yo liaf to def The Epworth League has been forced to abandon the Christmas entertainment projected on account of the withdrawal of several persons actively engaged in tho work and tho impossibility of sup- Â¬ plying their places at so late a date This is much to be regretted as the ser- Â¬ vice was a religious ueivice pure simple and of a highly entertaining naturo A schedule showing the assets and liabilities of S L Sulzer was filed in tho County Clerks office last week Tho Cash on hand assets are as follows 130785 merchandise f 30890 00 fixtures 25000 notes 320000 mules wagons and accounts 1044114 warehouse lot Total 300000 100000 residence 5801978 Liabilities Total52 87158 William Galloway went before Judge Adkisson last Monday and gave himself up for killing a man by the name of Mason In tho Rock Vale country near Burtons school house last Saturday night Galloway claims that the killing was in self dofenso He was put under 1000 bond to appear hero at an exam Â¬ ining trial to day This community was surprised on last Monday to Kara of tho death of Mr John R Jarboe at his homo on tho liar dinsburg and Clovcrpoi t turnpike Mr Jarboe had been sick only a few days with pneumonia lie was formerly keeper of tho County poor house here and when defeated for re election last October ho bought a farm on the turn- Â¬ pike where he has resided since Ho leaves a wife and seeral children Monday THE ODOR OF PUNTS It Coroci Prom the Henri of thf Flower Usually Sometimes From the Leave odors of tho plant family usually resido in tho flower itsolf though iu boiuo ipccics tho scat is iu tho leaves and stem or even iu tho root Iu oither caso the odor is due to tho presence- of volatile essential oils usually of n rcsiuous naÂ¬ Â¬ Tho various delightful or disagrecablo ture Tho number of theso oils is known and their naturo is so complex that even a slight variation in tho tern peraturo or iu tho quantity of light falling upou them is sufficient to causo a rearrangement cf their component elements resulting so far as tho smoll is concerned at least in an entirely different compound Prophylio ether which is an example of theso unstable compounds can by a slightly different arrangement of its elements bo mado to ylold either tho odor of pineapples or that of docaying fish Tho reason therefore why each species and kind of a plant has a differ- Â¬ ent odor is tho case with which ono per fumo may bo transformed into another Sufficient causo for such transition is often found in tho modoof lifo of each variety of plant and tho difference in their chemical constitution Whatever in any way affects tho lifo or growth of a plant rapidly shows its effect upon tho flower and its perfume Tho naturo of tho soil and its humidi Â¬ ty tho variation of temperature or the intensity of tho sunlight will sooner or later transform tho cntiro naturo of a plant for as has been fully shown above ono plant iu order to produco exactly tho samo pcrfumo as another must not only bo of tho samo species but live in tho samo elements earth air etc It must also absorb a similar amount of light and breatho tho samo which would of course uocossltato loaves similar iu size color and shape Now York Advertiser unÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Mattie Hamilton entertained her friends last Saturday night at her pretty new home Miss Pearle Wimp Raymond and Rob Brashear aro here from Owensboro for the holidays Miss Nelle B Lewis presented each of her Sunday School pupils a beautiful Biblo last Sunday Mrs Wright wlfo of the financial manager of the Soda Ash Plant is at St Cloud to see her husband Will Hamilton is teaching very successfully at Mount Hopo in Big Bend Ho is home for the week Mrs II C Woodson and Mrs Geo Casperke went to Louisville to see the holiday displays and to shop Capt Joe Phillips and wife of Mem Â¬ phis are vititing Mr and Mrs W G McGehee at Long Branch Tom Pusey will leave X mas morning Tom is a firtt class busi Â¬ for Chicago ness fellow aud has to be at bis post Mr aud Mrs Jttiucs Falrleigh are in Owentboro to spend a few days with their daughter Mrs Clippeze Wathen Mr aud Mis E F Ah xmuler and Miss Virgle Rhodes are in Louisville to spend the week with Mrs 11 A Alexander Miss Eva Herndon went to Louisville last Saturday to meet her father and brother John of Ackron who are here for the holidays Miss Ella Hendricks will entertain a house parly this wetk at her pleasant home and on the evening of tho 28th she will entertain quite elaborately Mrs McSarley has forwarded me much Sho has touched valuable literature the minor key of my hi art Reading matter is priceless to me and my greatest Â¬ solace HOW A MAN GOES TO SLEEP Slnmber Iieglna at the Feet and the Senses Vecouie Dormant One After Another Ordor is heavens first law and tho old truth is manifested oven in tho process of going to sleep When a man drops off to sleep his body does not do so all at once so to speak Somo senses becorno dormant boforo others and al Â¬ ways in tho samo order As iio becomes drowsy tho eyes close and tho senso of Boeing is at rest It is quickly followed by tho disappearance of tho sense of taste Ho next loses tho senso of smell and then after a short interval tho tym panum becomes insouslblo to sound or rather tho nerves which run to tho brain from it fail to arouse any senso of hear Â¬ ing Tho last senso to leave is that of touch and iu somo hypersonsltivo poo plo it is hardly over dormant Even in their caso however thero is no discrim inating power or senso of what touched thorn This senso is also tho first to return upon awakening Then hearing follows suit after that taste and then tho oyo becomes ablo to flush impressions back to tho brain Tho senso of smell oddly enough though it is by no means the first to go is tho last to como back The same gradual loss of power is ob served in tho muscles and sinows as well as in tho senses Slumber begins t tho feet and slowly spreads up tho limbs and trunk uutil it reaches tho brain when unconsciousness is complete and tho whole body is at rest This ia Why sleep is impossible when tho feet aro cold Now York World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Scotm Emulsion the cream of Cod Hvcr Oil with Iiypophosphltes is for Coughs Sore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs Consumption Loss of Flesh Emaciation Weak Babies Crowing Children Poor Mothers Milk in fact for all conditions call ing for a quick and effective VOUrithmtttt StnJer PamfMtt Frti H4SMtNY ArlBrwttlrU SAciaJfl Colds discovered the velocity of nerve currents by the aid of electric measurements Alexander von Humboldt remarked to Then nervo cur Da Boii Reyniond reals move only tLno times as fast as holti relates that when his master had A pupil of the lato Professor Helm orofula Anaemia Hoping all our correspondents Editor subscribers and readers a very pleasant Christmas and thoy may all answer to roll call for tho New Year I am yours truly Mr Joe Fowlers house was burned last Friday aud mest ql the contents The Monday previous ids daughter Mrs Wright was adjudged insane and takeu to tho asylum Prof F J McAulifle bos been appoint- Â¬ ed guager under Collector Johnson I wish it was a chair in somo first class college w here that bright intellect would illume otherp It has been a long timo slnco the home of Mr and Mrs James Lewis was closed on Christmas day but this year tho eutlro family ppent tho day ut the country homo cf Mr James Patteson near Gustou Dr D C 1 1 use y is happy to day Sun Â¬ day beyond expression for he has all of his children with him Dr W 11 Pusey Tom Pusey of Chicago of Louisville Deo and Mary Mr Ncttleroth of Lou isvillo is aUo u guest Marrlago License J W Shrewsbury to Eunice Ada Payne W A Edwards to Martha F Thompson Jim Burgess to Florence E Livingston Herbert O Cain to Jennio V Ccx P 0 Richardson to Annie Myrtle Brown Charlts A Fowler to Ncalie Wcoloy Mr Win Rowley who has been asso Â¬ ciated In business with Mr II O Wood- Â¬ son for Beveral years will leavo January 1st to till the soil on bis farm near Bow- Icyville Mr Bewley and his pleasant little wife havo many warm friends hero who dislike to part with them I am sorry that In the article about Soda Ash simo of tho committee wero omitted Of course the nameswere fur Â¬ nish d mo and it was simply an over Bight Dr Wills and Judge Rawlings and If any others there could have been no earthly reason for omitting them by tho parties Transfers Cyrus McCracken to J Padgett 10 arr s 9500 It B Lancaster and wlfo to Theodore P Storey 102 acres 90000 Daniel E Thomas and wife to John II Hawkins 14 acres 3500 It II Wlllettand Artlo Willett Jasper King and Melissa King to Geo M King their Interest in 100 acres 02 2 3 W R and Amanda Kendal to D O Thompson 10 acres 3300 Bro S K Breeding came over from Hardinsburg last week and remained several days to givo us somo most excel- Â¬ lent sermons Tho loving intercourse of Christian brethcren with gentlo cour- Â¬ tesy is in iteelf beautiful and wo real Â¬ ized it while witli Bro Breeding In church or In the homo circle and we also realized that common tio He ever liveth to make Intercession for us Mr Jake Shacklett Jr and Miss Mat- tie Roberts marry to day the 20tb at Mr Miss Maud D S Roberts near Ekron Herndon will play tho wedding march Miss Nail and Dr Henry Shacklett atÂ¬ All lovo is sweet given or tendants Yours young friends is returned doubly so for its both given and return ed Miss Mattie Willett and Mr Shultz also leap to day into matrimony and to them I extend most cordial congraluta tions and best wishes Father Hcrbulh announced last Sun day tho approaching nuptials of our young Populist friend J II Arnold and Miss Rose Mattingly If J II A is as enthusiastic a lover and husbhndashe is a Defender of the faith his fiancee can nover complain Ho complimented this paper nicely and we all appreciate it Yts tho Editor is a liberal tolerant mau in religion and politics and these columns are over open to controversial subjects Hes a democrat you knowi and of course has for his motto Equal rights to all exclusive priviliges to I am quito proud of those none Gray letters from Meade if Doc Is on tho wrong Bide hell seo the error of his way before 90 Last Saturday night after a lingering illness Miss Jennie Wool folk passed away as beautifully as tho dew drop ping soft tears on tho flowers Jennie Wool folk was tho second daughter of Judgo J F Woolfolk of Meado Springs Doo Run Jennie had la grippe about a year ago and from its effects she never recovered although all that kindness attention and medical skill could do From were administered unceasingly the first alarming sj mptoms she realized her condition and for weeks has express ed an entire resignation Sho was con scious almost to the last and called for her Bister Fannie who was sick in another room a few minutes before her tpirit fled She bestow ed a token of love and esteem upon different loved ones and to members of the family Jennio Woolfolk had a lovely amiable Selfsacrificing disposition and was beloved by all with whom she came in touch and sympathy She was a devoted daughter so proud of her fajher and ever willing to help mother bear tho burdens of homo Afltcliouate and helpful as sisidn true and constant to friends Dear dear girl I ask myself ever why with such a home and Its surrounding with life just opening so full of promise did Death claim so bright a mark The answer will never be satisfactory hero but some day some happy day when wo riso to worlds unknown to meet dear Jenuie Woolfolk and hear again that sweet alto voice iu ttio angelic choir wp will know why she was summoned to leave us The remains were interred in the family bur ing ground Buck Grove Bro Cherry and Bro Browdtr were tele- Â¬ phoned for but could not como Bro Walton conducted the funeral services and the presence of so many friends and relatives attesttd tho love In which she Deep sincere sympathy to was held the family 1 - Ati tbeOdaoeo ROYAL f Baking Powder mil V C3 Dr PrleVa Cream Baking Pewtfer Most Perfect AU4c NlgkMt aiomgtk la UsvemlAg OVvsrawaat Hfrt Depend upon it children said the bouiguant old gentleman who was ad dressing tho Sunday school wo wejo fashioned by a wiser power than our solves Thero was no injstakif made in putting us together If our hands wero placed whero our feet aro and our feet where our hands nro how could wo get along It would bo exceedingly awk Â¬ ward children exceedingly awkward I stretch my haud out this way I move my fingers like this Now what is this an evidence of children There was no reply and after wait lug a moment the speaker answered tho question himself It is an evidence of design Dont he continued its forget that children ptssslvely It is an evldencp of design Suppose for instance my- - eye iastead of having lids and lashes had lege Baa pose my eye had legs How eoald I tw them You oould ue them ia reusing yoar eye over the eoflgregetioa eoaleVt yoo replied a deeply latareatodlltUa Chicago Trlbque boy near the door i3 wan ia-b-- gent rat favorite and as long as Baptist doctrines and teachings BavoBOtils it Is ours to help Our music class closed Wedntsday Frank Snyder who has beon off a coir pie of years in Texas returned Friday Mhs Lulie Nunnelly went to her home in Parkland Monday It is at Dewey Heights that Miss Blanche is now spending her time Mr and Mrs Jolly are very glad to have her and they hopo she will stay sometime Mrs Maggio Ditto of Louisville came down to attend tho wedding of her sister She will mako a short stay at her old home They havo bought them a now buggy at Undo Toms Mr J M Hardaway is building a new house Mrs J M Walker attended tho wed Â¬ ding and Infair Her old friends were all very glad to see her Well wo havo had our turn at a wed Â¬ ding at lost Quito a nice llttlo crowd gathered at the Methodist church Thurs d ty at 1 oclock for the pleasure of seeing Mr Hubert Cain and Miss Jennie Cox married Mr Hunter Hardaway first brought in Mhs Blanche Jolly to play the wedding march then came Hugh Hardaway with Miss Lulio Nunnelly then Pearce Hardaway with Miss Flor- Â¬ ence Cain then the bride and groom The gentlemen were handsome and tho ladies all lovely in strictly bridal array After the ceremony tho party and a few friends repaired to tho homo of tho bride for a merry time A real Infair dinner was given them the next day by Mr Wm Cain 8r These young people aro very dear to Golden Rod and she hopes they may be happy both in time and eternity We Bewleyvillians anticipate a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Wo are going to dine around a time or two and have a social now and then and a real No 1 watch night service by the Epworth League Lots of us welcome tho News a weekly visitor and in this last issue of 04 wo tehder the Editor our kindest regards When Golden Rod goes again to Brandenburg she intends to call to see the correspondent of tho News and odd ono moro to her list of friends at that place Fob Sale I will sell to the highest bidder January 20 1804 In Bewleyville Ky on four months time two tbreo year old mules one three year old Den Â¬ SAMPJE mark Filly one six year old bay mare Nice clean animals good eyes no blem- Â¬ Mr Emett Elder of Mooleyville was ishes of any kind Have all been work- Â¬ in town Saturday ed a little The six year old mare is as Mr Eugene Connor wife and children true and safe as a horse can be wento Romo Sunday to spend Christmas W N Dbuby Mr J T McQuady returned Saturday Two Lives Saved N from a business trip to Daviess county Mrs Phoebe Thomas of Junction City Miss Mary Robbins and mother went 111 was told by her doctors sho had shop- Â¬ to Cloverport today Monday Consumption and that thero was no hopo ping lor her but two bottles of Dr Kings Mr George A Jones a popular young New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life Mr Tbos man irom Ohio is visiting relatives Eggers 130 Florida St San Francisco here Mr J D Babbage our estimable edi- Â¬ suffered from a dreadful cold approach- Â¬ ing Consumption tried without result tor was here Friday in the interest of everything elso then bought one bottle his valuable paper of Dr Kings New Discovery and in two Mrs A N Jolly returned Sunday from weeks was cured Ho is naturally thank- Â¬ a visit to HaweBville accompanied by ful It is such results of which these her son II S Brumfleld are samples that prove tho wonderful Mr and Mrs Henry Gibson of Lodi efficacy of this medicine in Coughs and burg wero guests of Mr 11 C Gibson Colds Free trial bottles at A R Fish- Â¬ and family last Sunday ers Drug store Regular size 60c and As thero is no regular correspondent 100 from this place I will once more take up ray pen and Bend in a few items STEPHENSPORT Mr- - JbImz Brashear Preston was in X mas is here at last Hurrah I bo the town last Saturday to meet Mr Eugeno little folks say Gilliland who came up from Holt to vSliss Mattie Milner is at home to spend spend the holidays at home tho holidays with her parents IMiss Dee Basbam a charming young Mrs Frank Ferry made a trip to Lou- Â¬ lady of Lodiburg was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs F W Basham isville last week to see old Santa Our congenial Mr Editor was in town Sunday Mr Basham has recently mov ed bore from Lodiburg last Thursday Call again Mr Editor Never was acommunity more surpris- Â¬ Tho boys from tho country must come in and try our now barber from Louis- Â¬ ed shocked or indignant over a small affair than that which took place ville Wo are glad indeed to know that little here some two weeks ago when our late Palmer Lewis son of O O Lewis is much popular young postmistress Miss Mc- Â¬ Quady was removed and J M Matting- Â¬ hotter ly was appointed in her stead She had Mr M Blaln made a trip to Louisville given universal satisfaction so far as we last week and made some large purchases ever heard never was there a murmur of tobacco of complaint against her during the Roland Smith our popular hotel man whole of nearly four years that she held went to Louisville Thursday to spend office Wo have lost an excellent postÂ¬ eovoral days mistress and a good citizen and we feel Mrs Lonning nee Nora Smith will deeply grieved and wbilo we feel justly spend the holidays with her parents Mr proud that it was no causo of hers that and Mrs It A Smith she was bo removed and we desire to Mrs Crafton Cunningham make same known to tho public She Mr and were the guests of his brother Mr J retired with a clear record Owen Cunningham last week The way to cure aeough is to stop the Mrs M Blaln leaves for Lakeland Fla very Boon to eperJd tho balance of coughlag Dr Bells Fine Tar Honey cuts loose the mucoita heals the lungs the winter with her son Kirby Little R W Vaughan was threatened and bronchial tubes quicJtty Cures grip alio by bbrt with pneumonia a few days ago but we cough in one night For HaynesCIoverport Dr R II McMul are glad to report him much Improved lln McDanlelsj M Meyer Sc Co Buraa Weddings are in Style now and Geo Heyser Constantirie A Taylor Stephensport is going to have her share Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewley this so Eddie Dont cher know Aint vllle Ky W K Brown IrviugteoKy Mr Helm Milner and Mr Arthur Jno P Nichols parfleld Ky A R Blaln attended the ball at Sample last Morris 1 Spring Ky Friday night and had a delightful time If you contemplate taking out any SetaetivM JTe4tl Ktra kind of insurance call ob It W Vaughan SuperinteBdeU Chas A Inge of the Main office with Blaln Bro the National Detective Bureau Iadiaaafolks Ind announces that two or three capa Â¬ grocers ble and trustworthy men are needed in The marriage of Mr CUreaee Morgan this county to aet as private detectives taMlsa Jennie Pettlt was solemnised at under his iastmeiJoos Jbcperieaee in Canaelton last Friday by Rev R M the work ie aot accessary to ueeeas He Phillips pastor o the ChriatiaB eh arch sendedits a large criminal paper and will it with full particulars which will here explain how yea rtay eater the ptotW Mrs R Vaaghan of LoalsvIWe Ky eioa by addreaclag hlaa at Iadtaaapolk k eomiag down the 1st el Jaaaary te spead the balaaee el the wlater withjber aoa Mr X W Yaagbaa PprSaloea w WihjU Wat WusJbwM stosM4 m tie T St l a Tef A JUiLiW WatterStwurt wet OMeafo Men- day 1 5 1895 V P Begin the New Year by visiting us often and seeing what we can do for you in the way of prices The most complete stock in the county VEST William Jludioni Helri i On Petltloa All persona having clulmi against the Estate ol William Hudson deceased are hereby noti- fied to produce them before me properly proven at my office in Hardinsburg on or before the 1st Monday In February 1895 Given under my hand as Commissioner of said Court this 6th day of December 1S04 V O UA11UAOK M C B C C r Breckenridge Circuit Court v - Dissolution of Partnership To whom It may concern Notice laliercby given that the partnership heretofore existing between the umlerslfrniri units under the film name and style til tba rrvlngton Milling Company Is hereby dissolved- Ly mutual consent The business of said Arm will be settled by It M lolly and Walterl Plggott December to 1S94 w jfK5M fciSs II C KVArr It M Jolly VI Ptooorr New Partnership To all whom It may roncernt Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned have associated themselves together In business under the firm name and style of the Irvington Milling Company for the purpose of carrying on a general milling and other business In the town lfreckenrldge county Kentucky of Irvington and to coutlnue unII mutually or otherwise dissolved December 10 1814 WJ IlOOOTT It 11 OLL NOTICE Strayed from owner a gray mare years old with small speck In right kboiiVT e i3 mare Is lage bone rough mnvVA De 6 114 The finder viylr1rLfth1ln J llallowol Stephensport of mare and reward 500 was last l0mlng in the direction of Ilardlns J recelviibynlordellfY IUUIIAH1IA1UJW liiliillh St Louis 6 Texas RR Co TIME XaklHg SCHEDULE Om Miet M6Q0polcUV Siaj7fiM7893 Wtl Bound Trairn 63 TJt Eait Bound Tramt Kxprs Hxpr Dally Dally 8 30pm 12 Kiprs Bxpra Dally Mail A 61 STATIONS Mail M JcHf F JL t r- - Dally oo 73fJ 8 30pm tvUnn ptiar Kentucky St Roc 45pm VfT S J 931 943 964 ISO 938 T47 765 8fX 813 121 830 838 845 865 900 909 914 917 West Point 1147 Howard Haven 11M Long Branch 1124 Brandenburg 1118 Outton Irvington Webster Lodiburg Pierce Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops SI Iman IlaVresvllle K ron 1041 1230 1160am 814 739 780 707 668 648 640 630 614 687 681 640 6 rj IU 1107 1069 1060 WOO - Staple olt 1026 1020 1011 DUO t t 1006 IP 08 VH kH mmWm i 113 1018 1048 ION 1114 1119 hot Qwenafeefo Petrle Falcon Cayee LewUport Powert Pates 928 908 964 4M 44fi 4 4t T fy sit 53- ii ta 4 i WeVflflYto SMtUvllh ISP Kd 764 life frHw4wB It ZI i lit S4f Ja sl 3p - s LiisvllealRsiiirlitstcjifJ Me 3 TUfC TAKE TAKING 1FM50T West Bound Trains JULY HV 181 -- - VSf - tssVBrt nos jii 8TATKW taSEjaOSlj fsaVal Jw r roiiiLi - jl ijjHj- llMfflTMXinfriWl j- flTVS THj B3aaOKHKftfl5QEl NEWS OLhOVfeiPOK PERSONAL J It day I S Miller is Hktllman went to Lebanon Tueg ICST vshft- y - - j1 California prunes at the City Oakery A happy New Yiftf- to oil Babbage Bl g doll contest closes January OUt at Babbagos Tho lowest and best prices In town on feed at IVrklng m Avoid sickness get into a warm pair of shoes Sulzers Uledel Co 1 avo a rlocc lot of fruit and candy for holidays They came and they wtnt away an army of ratisficd buyt rs Suzers If you are looking for something and cannot find it come to us Sulzers J S and S W Beavin went to Louisville Wednesday with their tobacco MOST PERFECT MADE When you make a twenty flvo cent pur- Â¬ A pure Crapa Cream of Tartar Powder Free Babbage from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant chase call for your tickets Gloves are a very useful article at tho do YEARS THB STANDARD present lime Good lino at Babbagos Notice to Subscribers There will bo preaching at tho Baptist The date on the label Indicate the time to which your subtcrlption la paid Thla aervea church next Sunday at 11 a m and at n expiration both aa n receipt notice every night week Rxamlne the date printed after tout name on the margin of thla paper and ace If It la You will have to make a New Years correct If not correct pleaae to let ua know If your time haa expired plciae renew at once present come to us wo can fit you out Sulzers Breckenridge News Remember you got a guess on that 40 bicycle at SuV3rs Spend your money WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20 1894 with them Snow clad protectors our overcoats LOCAL BREVITIES which aro being worn by everybody Awftrttfl Highest Honors Werlda Pair DR The Kind of medicino Â¬ KILLING AT ASK1NS v at home for tbo holi days Logan C Murray pent Christmas CREAM BAKING Â¬ Cob L tfntbe Courier Journal guisslng con test Win Argttbright of Union Star hit Our prices electrified sales Sulzers twenty states 50 cent dolls for 25 cents at Babbages wIts no mistake but a solid fact our Close shaving bargains all this week i overcoat sale makes ono feel warm and Sulzers comfortable Sulzers Canned goods of every kind at tbo It was reported on the streets yester Â¬ City Bakery day that Willis Clark was badly cut by Coa for your one of the Pulliatn boys Notice Go to Uledel at latesvillo Christmas candies and fruit Tuesday Born Dec 10 to tho wifo of B G Come and make a purchase of twenty Lasley a fine 10 pound girl Ella five cents and get a ticket on the big doll A dripping Christinas eve so they say Tho time expires the last day In January is a sure sign of a good fruit crop 05 Babbatre 1ive inches of the beautiful fell hcrvf proft h B Loenus brother Kobeit yesterday It delighted everybody died on tho 25th of December at El Paso Health preservers that will savo doc- Â¬ Texas ago ai years wr ixgan waa a tors bills aro now offered at Sulzers very successful business man at Friars Over coats and overshoes were In de- - Point Miss For two years ho has been mand yesterday for the first time this Buffering with that dread disease con- Â¬ sumption and visited California Colo- Â¬ winter rado and Texas in hope of recovery This week we start ofion another joy His brother Reuben and sister Mary inspiring sale inourclothingdopartment were with him in his last houis His Sulzers remains will bo brought to Troy Indi Â¬ Corn hay baled oats shipstuff flour ana for interment 1rof Logan and and meal always on hand at Perkins wife left on tho train last night for Troy k- - fied store to attend the funeral nv II Brumfield Union Star has a Death of J H Brickoy fine yoke of oxen and a good wagon for sale cheap Son of Margaret and Robert Brickoy - From tho hills and dales and the val Â¬ died of typhoid fever at his home Saturleys they came to help us out many day Dec 15th 1 oclock p m ago 18 years and eleven months Sorry sorry thanks to all Sulzers Have you decided what magazine you to cay tho death angel has again visited are going to take in 05 If youhave let us the homo of a poor stricken hearted mother And has taken away one of take your subscription Babbage our brightest and most intelligent boys Clit Dean came home from Anchorage who will bo missed by his classmates in Monday He is very mucli improved in school for he meant to win in ell his health but is not fully recovered No ono knew him but to undertakings It looks still like a Christmas rush at love him why should we weep fur he Suzers from the way people are going feared not death He called them to his that way for overshoes shoes and over- Â¬ bedside and asked them If they would Wcoats pray While our knees were bent and Our merchants say they never had hearts lifted toward God his dying words such a trade in the history of their busi Â¬ were Lord give mo psaco and hap y ness as they had last Saturday and piness let me flee from the wrath that Is to come and pass through the valley and Tho Texas bad to Diit on an extra shadowof death for the rod and the staff coach to accommodate tbo holiday com- Â¬ they comfort me Ho also sent a dying message to bis ers and goers Tho office here did a fine most intimate schoolmate who could not passonger business Mr J J Tilton Owentboro paid his bo with him to pray and meet him in I How hard it Is to bare friends a visit hero last week He was heaven Oh Ills body was laid to rest in the Brick- Â¬ en routo to his home in Michigan to oy graveyard on Sunday spend the holidays We share with them In sympathy and It is estimated that over a thousand love as a schoolmate and cousin dollars was spent here Monday lor May they be enable to say as Job of tlK whisky The sales in ono saloon alone old I will trust Him though Ho slay V ran up to nearly 200 me Misss Addio Louise Babbage enter- Mina Taul gained a number of her little frionds yes G rt ace Taul t May with a doll party It was the oc- John Taul casiorTw1Jnl birthday 45100 Howard 9100 Charley and Walter May presentet The reader of this paper w ill be pleased their father Mr CharteflJfay with twenty lollar gold pioces for hi5 Xmas to learn that there is at least ono dreaded presont The old gentleman waa very disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that la Catarrh proud of th6m Over at Sulzors Monday it was ringing Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive of electric bells blowing of whistles and euro known to the medical fraternity the clanging of the register mingled Catarrh being a constitutional disease with tho merrylaughter of the satisfied requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally buyers Sulzers acting directly on the blood and mucous O DrTemple has grown much Mr surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ worse in the last few days He is now ing the foundation of the disease and Unconscious and Is liable to drop off at giving the patient strength by building fi any moment Mr Temple has been up the constitution and assisting nature sick for more than a year with a compli- Â¬ in doing its work The proprietors have cation of diseases frvttuiK fnf tti In ft a AiiMtina nnnraM a MessrsBush and Caycetbe two genloJKml u oDrcr 0no IIunjred Doiara for gentlemen iilm run the lexas pay any case that it falls to cure Send for car came in a little ahead of tiino last list of testimonials week bo tho boys could bavo their mon- Â¬ COToledo AddressF J CHENEY ey tor X inas They scattered about 0 rSod by Druggists 75c 18000 along the road Notwithstanding this town was crowd- - Boll of Honor from District Hum- ed with people both Saturday and Mon ber 12 day not a disturbance of any kind The second month of the Public School tirred Several ol tbo country lads in District Number 12 closed Nov 30 got pretty full and funny but they kept 1801 The names of pupils making an their tempors and went home happy average of 85 per cent In scholarship It took just 25 clerks to wait on thv attendance and punctuality appear in upeople It took two rapid money chaol the following list r ra It took two wagons to haul oft the Grace Taul 00 Mary Perkins 00 goods ypu cant fool tho people thoy Mlna Taul 37 Jennie Duncan 87 know where he bargains aro to be Clara Taul 00 Mittle Pate 00 Mlna found there is no place like Sulzers Perkins Oft Lula Pate 05 Ore Brickoy MrsE A Do well Walnut Ridge Ark 00 Emma Lou Pate 05 Melvina Taul in renewiBg her subscription to the 00Rena Duncan 05 Reasia Duuran LV ttxws asks to he remembered to all of 00 Flora Walker 80 Lena Hendrick her old friends la Cioverport and says Alice Brickey 80 Myrtle Burdett 85 she la sorry to hear of Allen Murrays ArriePate85 John Taul 00 Owen illness and hopes he will get well Duncan 87 Curtis Pate OH Sidnoy Taul Jl sneak thief entered the home afy ea Sherman Wurdmp 02 Jesse Pate L TTW Emma Smart living on the hill 02 Everett Pate 02 Ira Duncan 87 1 W IM uigu4 Bfu niiua out vtaa 1l Harold Walker 87 Charlie Brickey tiweh and took her feather bed and 85 Willie Walker 86 boWer When she returned home she J Number of ptip ila enrolled in census fount trrnjtllTtt all plMo n uleely report SO number enrolled lasckool45 is the middle of the room but fier big average attendance for the month 34 featherbed waa inlwing Hubv G RYANTGher i nale at frledel i Sulz rs j o - Â¬ Â¬ t Mon-L-da- -- y W uul lll rni The Worlds Fulr Tests o pure uhtgptmcM tk Jfcr re grt fm Mr Jaok Moorman of Cioverport ia filling Mr Pearl Carrs portion aa night operator at the Texaa depot while the tetter spends Christmas n Louisville Oweneboro MeawRger hero Chas P Babbago spent his Xnins at homo John Sioubo went to Canuelton yes- Â¬ terday Ernest Carson Is at homo to ppend the holidays can have Dent Head of Rosctta was in town no substitute Tuesday Cures others Wm Embry and wife went to Addi- Â¬ son Saturday Mrs Ellzear Nicholas returned from Itosotta Friday Miss Jennlo Miller Sample was in Old Chatterbox town Monday Ladles have you read Trilby If County Judgo Elect Wm Ahl was In not you had better stay away from tho tho city Saturday sewing circle You have no business at B W Carter and wife returned to the millinery store In fact it is not Webster yesterday safe to go out on the street for you aro Chas B Sklllman returned from Mor apt to meet a woman that comes of a smart family all smart people read nov- Â¬ ganfield yesterday II G Ycagor camo homo Saturday to els and tho first question will be have you read Trilby 7 and this will cause a spend tho holidays John Simmons is at home from school little feminine shudder So you had better remain at homo un- Â¬ to spend the holidays til you have thoroughly mastered Ed Nolte Louisville was here to see charming Trilby his brothers yesterday Then when you go to these plnccs ol Mrs Salile Miller went to Sample yes Â¬ resort you will be qualified to discuss Mr terday to visit relatives George DuMauiicr and his Trilby which Miss Salile Henry Irvington is visit- Â¬ has recently so agitated the novel read ing Mrs Ellzear Nicholas ers all over the world You will bo better able to guess tho Courtney Duncan Louisville is at musician ho refers to as being tho only home to spend the holidays Of course a ma- Â¬ Miss Ethel Oelzo is at home from one born this century jority will suggest Rubenstein since tho school to spend tHe holidays musical world is just recovering from tho Lulby and Sam Adklsson Webster shock of tho newE that be has been trans- Â¬ wero in town last Saturday ferred to a world where music is the Miss Mayme Griffith is at horae from leading theme In tho Eternal hereafter school to spend tho holidays Then there Is a wide field for discussion Wick Dellaven went to Fordsvllle on the mysterious hypnotism a power Saturday to spend tho holidays that some people have over somo peo- Â¬ ple and something that nobody knows Jasper Wilson Chicago Is visiting his anything about father tho Hon Jonas D Wilson Miss Lula Sawyer wont to Louisville Monday to spend the holidays After this little stiff prelimiminary Prof Wheeler went to Rome Monday conversation a home like familiar feel Â¬ ing comes over all and a sigh of relief is to spend his Christmas hunting Misses Evelyn Hicks and Mary Ham passed around A feeling something like Mr Howels man went to Louisville yesterday had when ho was asked to tako tea with Miss Emma Moseley Stephensport Mr Fields In Boston to meet Longfelwaa in tho city yesterday shopping low Lowell and Holmes and hear them Jesse Powell and wife went to Brand- Â¬ call each other Jim and Henry and Wenenburg Saturday to spend the holidays dell Miss Virginia Hickman Owensboro The next thing in order is to discuss will visit Miss Mayme Griffith this week the affairs of those that aro not present Mr and Mrs George Bently Pineviile where Mrs Fewclothes got her new dress came home Saturday to spend the holi- Â¬ while her husband was so hard up how it Is that some ono else went to tbo days city to buy her new hat and why was Mrs Lannio Smith Owensboro passed invited to the last tea up on the train Tuesday for Stephens not Mrs port I dont wish to convey thn Idea by Dr J M Clayton Louisville was the welcome guest of many friends hero these remarks or rt flections that the wo Â¬ men imagine why Napoleon when not X mas on the field of battle would or could stay Mrs Dayld Culley went to Irvington Saturday to spend tbo holidays at her at home and abuse tho women and have tho colic old borne These dear feminine creatures surely Kobt French and wife Union Star havo a grand and glorious time espec- Â¬ spent Christmas with Clayton Crosson ially those who aro fortunate enough to and family have husbands It is such a pleasure to Mr James Lyddan and sister Miss them to allow their husbands to bo lord Attlo Owensboro are visiting relatives of all when at home To allow them to at Webster come in at the front door In muddy File Dellaven and wife camo up from weather To throw their overcoats and Owensboro Sunday to spend tho holi- Â¬ hats down in the library To sit after meals with their feet on the mantle and days at homo Mrs O E Lightfoot went to Green spit on the fender while they smoke river Monday to spend the holidays at and tell their wives thoy do it to aid digestion ft is such a pleasuro too to her old home know that thoy are willing for you to Mrs Dick Bennett and sister Miss before so you can get up with- Â¬ Leigh Gilbert Stephensport were in the sleep out disturbing them to put the cat out city yesterday and to keep tho children covered Harry C Mordue tbo clever passeng Â¬ And nothing pleases a good women er agent of the Texas came in on the more than to willingly keep quiet wbilo pay car last week her husband entertains tho company Arcbey Hopper Louisville spent Even it he borlers on her shortcomings Christmas with his brother Percy at and Intimates that he could manage her the Hoyser House affairs a great deal better than alio does Mrs W 0 Allen and Miss Ella Witt slid serenely smiles and says thats so went to Hardin county yesterday to What a pity that Mr Grlnter In his Florida Enchantment did not save spend the holidays enough seeds from tho Tree of sexual Mrs Dr Rial and chlldronCannolton aro visiting her father and mother Mr changoto givo ono to each man inovery land that ho might become a woman at and Mrs Alex Boyd pleasuro Scott Vance went to Pierco City Mo last week to spend tho holidays with his WHAT DOES IT MEAN wife and fathers family Mrs W H Bowmer nccompaniod by her grand son Master Bowmer Burks Fact or Fiction about Two Great went to Louisville Thursday Fair Awards Mr and Mrs Chris Perrigo and fam Â¬ ily went to Stephensport Monday to A newspaper paragraph denounces as spend Christmas with his mother false the claim of a baking powdor Mr and Mrs II A Oelze went to company to an award at the Worlds Leltchfield Monday to spend the holi- Â¬ Fair Whom can it mean 7 days visiting relatives and friends Be- Â¬ Certainly not Dr Prices Why 0 W Moormaatand wife went to Lou cause as the records show Dr Prices isvillo Tuesday to r pond the holidays exhibited competed and recelvod the wlthhis uncle Chas P Moorman highest award both at Chicago and the Misa Jennlo Warfield came homo Sat California Midwinter Fair The award urday from Louisville where she has in California Included Gold Medal Tho been spending a delightful two months official examiners pronounced it the Miss Veva Miller wtint to Cincinnati strongest the purest tho most whole Â¬ Monday to spend tho holidays with her some and efficient of all the baking pow Â¬ cousin Miss LlnnioDIIuy at ber school ders Its title to confidence is unques- Â¬ Jas II L Moorman went to Hen Â¬ tioned derson Saturday to spend the holidays Can it bo tbo manufactures of a New with his daughter Mrs John Hatchet York powder fictitiously labelled abso- Â¬ Mrs May wife of Rev B A May To lutely pure who are making false blneport went to Salem Ind Monday claims 7 That would bo strange indeed to spend the hollJays at her old home inasmuch as tbey were not even consid- Â¬ Mrs Susan Temple Pellville and her ered in the awards niece Miss Ona Temple Floral were Was it Ammonia in the New York tho guests of Mrs O D Toniplo Satur- Â¬ powder that prevented Its makers from day If not what competing Mrs Virginia Duncan and her sister Misa KatteSmlth Owemboro passed up tfcfio Vr on the train Wednesday to visit friends Echo verses were sometimes nsed efat Holt for epigrams and squibs Thus John Powell Meade County Messen Â¬ fectivelyonce wrote oritio ger was in the city Sunday calling on Id fain pnlM your pees but tell ma bow his friends John tasoon to be a bene Ult echo ertM Qui Wbea I err oat exqublte diet U Mla Agnes Worland wha has been And when in 1831 Paganlul was YlsitlB the family of Mr J F Carter drawing orowds to tho opera house at returned to her home In Brandenburg extravagant prices The Suuday Times Monday BLie was accompanied by Mr printed the following Hues uIbim What nro they who pay thru Frank Catter To bwr a tuno of iigKaimir Form t Lightfoot Hawmllle was vis Â¬ Koho Fmk o bIbbImI iting his uncle Mr Chas Lightfoot last -- All the Year Roaad week you need is tho old reliable tonic nnd blood purifier W F Galloway Shoots Wm Mason Through the Heart in Self Dtfenso AVERS SARSAPARILLA it Giksikank A Ky Dec 21 Special will cure you most unfortunate aflair omiretl near Askln this county on Saturday night On Saturday at tbo closing exercises of a Mr Godscys school at WhlttinghlUs school house in Ohio county there was given an entertainment Ono of tho musicians MrW F Galloway it seems was attacked in a rough manner by ono Wm Mason Tho conduct of Mason was such as to break up the entertain- Â¬ ment From thcro the musicians went to house of Mr Albert Burton where they wero dispensing music to tho visit- Â¬ ors assembled Mason under the In- Â¬ fluence of w lilsky again came to Galloway and began a disturbance Galloway left the bouso aiming to avoid any trouble Mason followed and was closely pursuing tho man who was trying to get away He was getting too closo for Galloways com- Â¬ fort and at the samo tlmo wosstill advan Â¬ cing with drawn knifo Galloway in self defense shot his man through the heart Mason walked it few steps and fell dying in a few minutes We understand that Mason has been a wayward youth gtviug his parents much trouble for years past His people 11 vo in Ohio county and aro well respected excellent cltlxins none being better Tho writer has known Galloway sev eral years and never beard of his having any trouble with any ono before He wont to Hardinsburg Monday morning to surrender himself to tho authorities Tho people all say that the killing was justified These are tho statements given vour correspondent by eye witnesses In Interviewing Gallo- Â¬ way we find him expressive of much re- Â¬ gret that tho affair camo up He Is sober and of a happy sociable disposition tp 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 FRONT OF OUR STORE gueBS Every cash purchase of 25 cents will entitlo you to u If you buy a Dollars worth you get four guesses The Â¬ more money you spenil tho moro guesses you get Tho Bicyclo is a combination suited for n Girl or Jloy solid rubber tire and usually sold for 10 How The Guesses Are to be Made In cases of severe and sudden colds Pectoral if used according to directions is a suro cure Ask for Ayers Almanac With every 25 cents worth of Goods the Salesman who Your nanio address waits on you will issuo jou u ticket and lime of guess must be carefully filled out Should dato two or moro persons guess tho samo number and make the guess at the samo lime another Jar smaller will bo filled aiul they will make another guess the ono guessing nearest tho contents will receive the Bicycle Ayers Cherry J C NOLTE Assignee GLENDEANE Edgar Lewis is expected homo this week tvfwtvf w SULZERS - yv vtvv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ir Â¬ This week is all holiday for tho school children Tom Butiof of Shrevewas here Satur Â¬ day on bueincss Dave Moorman und Joel Pilo went to Louisville Monday Wado Pilo It spending this week with liis parents at Buras Jesse L Owen and Johnson Dean went to Hardinsburg Monday Miss Catherine Rhodes has gone to Cioverport to visit relatives Seo Vic Robertsons ad iu this Issuo if you want a fine harness horse Miss Alma Mattlngly went to Hardins- Â¬ burg Monday to spend Christinas A ball will be given at tho Mattlngly houso on Friday night of this week There will bo a Christmas trco at the Goshen chinch on Wednesday at 1 p iu Lonnlo Harper of West View is here visiting relatives and is spending his time with his best girl Eli Storms who has been in Texas for fivo years arrived hero Monday on his way to his old home at McDaniels Georgo and Henry two woll- known successful farmers moved from Falls of Rough to Ekron last week A building and Loan man from Owensboro was hero last week and found no trouble in getting our people to tako stock In his concern Miss Mary Peyton who Is attending school at Owensboro was on Saturdays train enrouto to her homo at tho Falls of Rough where she will spend the holi- Â¬ days Young Galloway tho uufortunato gentleman who killed Mason at Askins Station Saturday night boarded the train at this place Monday morning Ho was on his way to Hardinsburg to givo himself up to the authorities Wo aro indebted to a friend who gives us tho following description of tho enter Â¬ Well the tainment recently given hero concert is over and such a concert It was tho most enjoyable affair of the sea- Â¬ son The talent displayed was n great surprise to all Miss Nan Owens sing- Â¬ ing was a surprise to even her friends and she captured tho bakery cakes and alL Sho proved herself to be a veri- Â¬ table nightingalo and a gentleman from Chicago who Is qualified to judge pro-Â¬ nounced her the equal ol some of the professional Prima Donnas jMThs Carrie Owens recitations would havo done credit to any one and were highly appre- Â¬ ciated and her acting was superb Dick Owen lookod to the manor born as Jer- Â¬ emiah Pike and Miss Carrie Moorman as Susannah filled tbo place to per- Â¬ Miss Georgia Robertsons sing Â¬ fection ing and acting were highly appreciated and should she care to fill tho place of a star she is well qualified to do so Ev ery body did well and to say that tho au- Â¬ dience was delighted is putting It very Tbo musio waa furnished by mildly Bowmans band and the accompaniments were rendered by Miss Amanda Dean which being said It is useless to add that it was done to a Queens taste Tho crowd was large tho acting and singing good tho patronage liberal und every Â¬ body la satisfied Tho young people want through the columns of your paper to return their sincere thanks for all kind Â¬ ness shown They are especially Indebt Â¬ ed to the Nkws for its frequent and favor Â¬ able mention which assisted In drawing the crowded house Â¬ A beautiful line of RUGS Have been received consisting of thirty eight different styles and will he kept on exhibition through tho HOLIDAYS only You can not aflbrd to miss this opportunity if you aro needing anything in this line Very Respectfully B F Beard HARDINSBURG KY Co ifWAAi--SfSV- J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL DROOKfl B0TJENE HARPER BROOKS CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON- - STOCK YARDS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock LOUISVILl KY IRVINGTON Mrelt M Jolly wont to Louisville last weok shopping Mla Salile I Ian la la vlsltinz nt Mr Rate Washingtons Mr and Mrs II O Knapp havo moved to Mt Yernon III Jno Nevitt and W J Plgott were in week Louisville At the public sale o the Mountain Hotel property last week by CowiiflU elooer Babbage Mr W II Canaan made the highest Wd ot 75000 and bought the He afterward sold U to Mr property Jno Beaucbaiup who took possession last Saturday The Umm Voaford are taj luy plane for the erection of another dwelling on tbo eame slto aa the one that burnt They havo tho sympathy of the entire community In their misfortune and tho best wishes for tbo success of their new lt ATTORNEY AT LAW 0m wllb Iroa BrMg OLOVERPOUT KY DTld R Murray Gtis Brown Bt end of undertaking A committee of five gentlemen of tho United States Field Trial Club camo down last week to examine the country around and see if it was adapted tb tho They were well sport they engage in pleased vlth the prospects and It oly remains for Jbe farmers to make them a few small oonorssioM when they will We siwMwly locate here iiermaBenUy ft MfKie hope eui table arrarqfemeaM as it will freely advertise oW twa tod be a iiteat beip u u nc III ShlUln iirilrifiiflirttM i tflh W if IT iT 1 TOR BRBlOKfiNRIDGB NBXWB OLxOVRRFORIS KY at Â¬ i Better THE -- Cheaper W THE INDIA K SUMMER WHEN IT COME3 AND WHAT SPONSIBLE FOn IT 19 RE- 71 Afiy SECURE A POSITION icleiitlata nml Other Inreitlcatori Differ In Their Vlewa Upon llm Subject now the Season Watt Given Ita Name la tha ilaio Catunl by SmokeT i After looking np much sciqutiflo data on tho subject and making a consensus of popular opinion tho fact seems established that this phenomenon of seasons really bolongs to the month of Novoinbor although tho signnl son loo notcii say that if Indian summer docs of not come in October or Novembor it U Government Food Report will conio in winter ns if it vrcro a sort of movable season Neither do scientists ngrco as to tho causo of that hazy at mosphcro which accompanies tho season a coudition peculiar to North America ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK It wa3 attributed by early sottlors in this country to tho smoko from prairio fires kindled by tho Indians henco tho But it is Indian summer How Christmas Was Pasted at the namo Breckenridge News THE VALLEY How said by scicntiflq jnvcstigatqrs that Falls of Hough tho nppoarnnPQ of Pmokq is an ppticu WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20 1894 Falls ok Ito no it Dec 21 Christmas illusion produocd by n pecujjnr pond Hog killing is all tho go 8ha fainted and tho lost word she said will soon bu hero our young pcoplo aro tion of the air which might bo compar YELLOW LAKE hard at work preparing presents to tit ed to n dry fog Sentimentalists dcolaro was Charlie corate a Christmas trco Dr Lambeitli that it is tltia dreamy hnzo which gives Mr James McCoy and fairilly visited Mr F K Rhodes went to Louisville our now miniskr is so popular among its great charm to this short delightful Mr Knott last Sunday last week them that wo have expressed a desire season when tho whole world of na ture nppotrs liko a beautiful droom It Miss Sallio Glasscock was tho guest of thafSaula Clans will bo especially gen Mrs Viola Spencer is much better at is tho fifth season tho mollovy ripeness Miss Laura Sipes Wednesday this writing erotn to hiinatid his equally popular wife of nntnmn when creation stands still Misses Norton and Kincheoo wero Beoro the distribution of j rSi nts tho in a lazy languorous mood nndthopio Mr Joo Wheatley made n flying trip the guests of Miss McCoy Sunday to Cioverport last Tuesday choir will sing two or thno Christmas turu is vanishing and indistinct liko Mr Abo Dowell was tho guest of Miss anthems and then r citations by some of ono of Corots landscapes It is tho gold Mr Robert Rhodes of Jeflbrsonville is en sunset of tho yoar briof and ovonos our talented little folks expected home to spend the Christmas Nannie JohnEon Sunday afternoon cent holidays Mr Clyde Shumate and Mies Blanch Mr Tom McCoy was visiting his cousin Liko a mirage Uio Indian snmnior Hughes have announced their marriage dees not wait to bo investigated It is Mr Bill Pate tho first of the week Miss Clara Cannon of Planters Hal ltoro it is gourt beforo tho would bo was the guest of Miss Mary Mattingly Mrs Susan Adklsson is visiting her on the 0th of January Damo Ruuor takes delight in telling invobtigntor was awaro ot its presonce last Saturday and Sunday son Mr Tom McCoy near Brandenburg It is sucl a rostful happy period that of two or three more matches to be con Miss Becca Wilson Is teaching a very Mr Godfrey Ilnsweli of Ilardinsburg to it without sutuuted in the near future as tho par Â¬ poopla nro contont yet enjoy is much in Interesting and well attended school was visiting in tho neighborhood Sunday thcro asking quostiqps ties belong to tho choir we fmr their its phenomena tljat is near Mr John Comptons Miss Lelu Kincheloo was tho guest of WPf th tho most Mr Charlie Pearl moved to Roseland Miss Lola Norton last Saturday an 1 Sun- Â¬ songs will rival the doves in their cooing careful sciontiflo investigation- - It has Mr Green lias taken a car load of fine been suggested that tho dremny hazo last week Mr Jim Carwile will occupy day fat hogs to tho city and hopes to get which nccornpaniei the scaspn is comthe houso vacated by Mr Pearl Mrs Tom McCoy spent a few days posed of animal Jlfo of such a minuto The visit of Mr Joe Sorshell at his with her parents Mr and Xrs Aaron fancy prices form ns to be incapable of microscopic Mr Green went to Louisville to meet examination but of finch innumerable brothers Mr Mike Sorshell in Grayson Norton last week Mis3 Jamie Scott who sailed from quantities that they obscuro tho ntmos- county last week was prolonged by tho Messrs Ferd Hodges and Joo Bandy serious illness of his brothers oldest son were the quests of Mias Mary McCoy Europe last weok and eXpects to eat her phero and redden tho huh It Is also charged to Tgotnblo matter but those Christmas dinm r at home Mr J R Rhodes attended church at Sunday afternoon nro mero theories which havo not yqt Leitchfleld on tho holiday the 8th inst Isnt it strange but never the less truo of Miss Jeonnlu GreenMiss Letitla Jones been proved LouisWIle and Mis Fannio Todd of and visited his brother Mr T II Rhodes that Miss Allie Norton was at church Auothor token by whJch this genial Owensboro will come down Wednesday Indian summer makes itself known is on Bear creek tho following night and Sunday without her Arms to spend the holidays day tho nbsolnto sileuco of uaturo herself Mr Jake Sipes was the guest of Miss as if sho wcro taking a vacation from Mr Sara Maj r will no to Llizabeth Departed this life Dec 1th after n Sarah Hook Sunday As the varmit blow and clouds that shade lingering illness Of consumption tho had bcon caught lie did not return until town to take patt in lit uoiiiprtntjvo winds that Thcro is such a stillness In tho air from txamiuation fur Wist Po ut wife of Squire Lively Her remains late cunriso to sunset thnt sound itsolf seems were interred at Pleasant Hill cemetery Mr asleep thero is It is repotted that a certain young lady leavo and Mrs Weather and family to havo gonu thosilonco But is onlyns no Dec 5th if It Saturday for tli Ir new homo they lonoliucss lu is going to marry Site wants to know Mr Fred Cannon has taken a relapse to whom and when so that she nuy be havo bought in Meade county The everything wcrp restipg bathed in tho snuhhiuo Tho flowors aro gone Messrs Gross uf Bowlcyvilli of fevers and is now dangerously ill ready will happy tho singing birds havo flown to thoir tako thoir places here Fred is one of our good boys and no limos thq leaves havo drop A good old fashioned hand shaking Mr and Mrs Smith Quertimous and southern tho trees whou tho Indian hope his sickness may not terminate pod from prayer meeting was hejd at Mr John family will spend the holidajs with Capt summer conies trailing her whito veil to seriously Woods Wednesday night one that we and Mrs Low of Louisville cover tho desolation nml filling all hearts Miss Neddie Hunter after a delightful enjoyed attending To say something is one thing to Messrs Dean and Moorman will prob with tho tiauquilllty of her gracious visit at West View returned home lost Mr Amos Sipes is improving but is ably buy about Wo cant prove presence Thero is n tonio in tho air she prove it is another Tuesday accompanied by her little neice 20000 ties from Mr brings which chemists cannot bottlo nor that Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey is tho not yet able to return homo Some peo Green and Son Mary Henninger who will spend several Willis The saw mill chargo commctciul rates for whiffs of ple are inclined to think that he is en- Â¬ and pump factory best cough remedy on earth unless you days with grand ma aro in full blast rammers that havo been contracted into will try it If you do this and dont joying ids tickness immensely you Health of the illnge good only one n few days and gotta befcro wo cnu an Uncle Tommie Rhodes of Kirk broth- Â¬ know ho has such a good nurse agree with us you get your money back on tho shk list alyze them to say This is balsam or er of Mr Frank Rhodes of this place For sale by Short Haynes Clovtr gods that is balm It is a draft for tho who was seriously hurt some weeks ago McDauiels A new theory in the tnatment of A snako in the grass is all the jnotu Tho subject of Indian sumuicr was port Dr R II MoMtillin by falling from a wagon we are sorry to Co Buras Geo Heyser dangerous from being unsuspected So cotuhs lung and bronchial off ctionshas investigated ns long ago as 18I5 when M Meyer hear is not much better still remaining are many of tho blood medicines oflered been advanced by the manufacturors of Dr Lynian Foot of tho United States Constautine A Taylor Rosetta Drury in a very feeble and suffering condl ion the public To avoid all ilsk ask your Dr Hells Pine Tur Honey It is truly a army in his report says that tho Indians Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E gavo tho Foison its unmo tjy calling it Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Mr E J McDaniel of Henderson druggist for Ayers Sarsaparilla and also wonderful remedy All dealers sell their which occurred fall summer Ky and brother Moore of Chattanooga for Ayers Almanac which is just out it on a posltlvo guarantee For sale in November Tho doctor was stationed Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Tenn spent several days last week at for the now year Ky by Short A llayups Cioverport Dr at Fort WInnobago Missouri territory the bedside of their father Mr Wm R II MoMullln M Meyer nt tho timoand wroto from observation McDanlels It IUll1 ActlDc McDaniel who was suddenly stricken A Co Buras Death of Little Monnie Parsons Geo Heyser Constan- Â¬ Ho says They had jebt emerged from tho tele with paralysis some days ago At pres Â¬ Wo arrived at this post tho 8d day McDanikls Dec 22 Wo are called tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bonnett phono cxtliMigo vyhoro they were em ent Mr McDaniel is in a very helpless upon to chroniclo the death of little k Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown of last November Wo had thro weeks ployed and almost hopeless condition yet wo of Indian summer with all tho peculiar Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield said ono of them I Somitinics redness of tho sky in great perfection trust if it is the will of God there may Monnie Parsons who died of typhoid Ky A R think that I would liko to bo famous Morris Big Spring Ky fever on tho 30th day of September 1804 Ho adds that ho had long observed tho soon bo a charge for tho better that 1 would like to go on tho stago and She was the only daughter of S W aud season with curious attention and calls act or on tho lcctqro pluform Then A new way of courting has originated Annie E EKRON Parsons Had she lived to see for an oxprcstiqu of ogiuiou on hcsub again I tliUk not in this Boction An unknown porson tho 8th day of January 1890 she would Mr J P Siiacklett went to tliu city joct fronj pther obseryprs I think not all tho timownstho throws a letter without any signaturo have been five years old but Wiljofc advanced tho theory Professor site only Monday on business positively spoken rejoinder over in a yard directly beside the road lived to draw out the most ardent affec- Â¬ A B Richardson went to Louisville in a report inado to tho government in Still it must bo nice to play upon 1807 thatJhp dry fog is real smoke not midway between McDanlels and the tions of her parents and tho emotions of tho multitude all who knew Wednesday on business produced Tiy prnirio fires but tho prod Monastery Bridge where dwells a prom her Site seemed to be a Mr G W Basham went to Louisville uct Of courso it is Thats what makes natural born of cjilnmeys Tho Into Professor ising young lady with heart whole and comforter She was by no means child Â¬ Monday to sell some tobacco it so jolly in tho telephone exchange Henry of tho Smithsoubu institution fancy free Tho contents of the letter ish in her ways When only three years When wo talk sweetly to some man Mr Thomas Ditto went to the city reported that n portion of th haze fill through tho phone I can tell by tho consisted in a glowing description of a old she took great pains in carrying re Tuesday to sell ono hogshead of tobacco torod wns found to contain tho lava of way ho coos back that ho is gmiiMng in spry old widower with long teeth and freshments to volcanoes mid fragments of burned veg her aunt Ruth as she lay I iiuiiuu ui iiiu u rowers nouse tho most nbsuvd manner Aud if I wnut curly hair who wears n tall silk hat and sick upon her bed P Slmckktt and Miss Mattio E etables Neither of theso distinguished I mint confess that to inako him angry I can tell him tho desired very mucii to know if it would I havo learned many practical added anything to tho literalessons Roberts daughter of Mr D 8 Roberts scientists our ture of Indian summer so when lines busy and ring in his cor I toll bo of worth for him to indulge the from little Monnie though a child Wo will bo married Dec 20th at the homo of doctors disagree it is not oxpootod that you my dear whou it comes to playing slightest hope yet his heart was to faint tender to tho on tho emotions of tho multitudo Sarah bereaved parents and rela- tho bride ordinary observers Will bo ablo fa for for him to approach We think tho tives our heartfelt sympathy and pray Bernhardt will havo to givo extra math Miss Wllllo Slucklett living near Hill mulato any teunblo theory of its cause ncos if sho wants to surpass us in op quickest way for his doom to bo decided that benedictions may rest upon Grove whom we reported sick with The uoxt best thing is to enjoy its op- Â¬ portunity Gods Kato Fiolds Washington will bofor him to put in his appearance portunities loaviug its origin to tho un typhoid fover last week died the 18th them ANW t and tho lady will sure give him an an- Â¬ This is the third death in this family In known sourco whence it is derived KENTUCKIANS ENDORSE Now England is especially favored by swer Mr Ira P Wetmore a prominent real lets than ono jear Ids after summer guest In that land Christmas our loved feast is fast ap Â¬ estate agent of San Angelo Texas hui bJ Press Richardson and Miss Myrtle pf rocks oo proaching In tho lowly hut In tho used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and rrfrown were married last Wedmsdav nt pnsjon is ami rils tho Btillnesaof tho jnorq dolicious tho hnzo mora prlncejy hall all over the earth Christ Â¬ Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for sev Â¬ 10 oclock at Salem church by Rev Jud poolia nm tho whits moro languorous mas is hailed with gladness eral years as occasion required and son WHIett thoy left on the noon train in thpir ppssivo ncquiosoonqo in this JI make tho prediction that it will take Hearts are joyous cheerful always witli perfect success lie says I tor Louisville to visit friends wet extend wedifativq mood ot nature Emerson its place as the worlds greatest discovery Facet all are irayi must havo written of this period I find it a perfect cure for our baby congratulations as it is capable of doing moro good for None are tad and tearful Twos oca of tho charmod daya when troubled with colic or dysentery On bright Chrlitmaa day humanity than any other Jas O When thu enloa of Qed tloth flow For rhoumatism I have found nothing Why should not we rejoice atthisfdnd I now feel that my outfit is not complete Clarke Esq Morehead Ky Tho wliidjaajr niter twenty yraji tempest pannof blow season the anniversary of the birth of without a bottle of this Remedy at home equal to Chamberlains Pain Balm It My wife says she has received great may blow north t utlll U warpfi our Blessed Redeemer who came into or on a trip away from homo For sale by reliovis tho pain as soon as applied J benefit from the use of the Electropolse Pr south U atll is clear this world for our redemption Or put it swells 1110 b ployer furm What A R Fisher Cioverport and Kincheloe W Young West Liberty W Va The I bought of you some weeks since and Or WCit nq thjinder feaFf prompt relief it affords Is alono worth grateful homago wesbcmld pay Hire on Board Ilardinsburg Ky feel sure it will cure her of a long stand Â¬ Tho caprioe of tho season is to walk many times the cost 50 ceiits Its con this great day YfaHould we reÂ¬ ing case of rheumatism Monty could tlnued use will effect a permanent euro until winter Is almost upon us then to peat with devout hearts and joyful spir-Â¬ 0 W Wright drop unespeotedly liko a benediction not buy it from her For sale by A R Fisher Cioverport ii it as did the angels at midnight sur- Â¬ nwwmtmm with sunshiuo and warmth and n rest- - Louisville Ky could tret relief Ky and Kincheloo Board Jhmllnf rounding the humblo stable of Bethle Â¬ fulneM that soothes and comforts her All thu money in Kentucky could irom a most horr burg Ky hem nearly nineteen hundred years ago fractious children and whisper to them not buy my Electropolse ble blood dkfn I It cured my Glory tQ God in the highest on earth wveet promises of heavenly death hlil Cnhf himtrAl I Ntwspapor Seporters Wanted wlfo of tumor aft r tho bst pltjslcians ltl i n i inu v uuiuis Tnumn various iiuiiuitmi pcaco to men of good will petroit Free Press remedies and physicians none of which did me Wo are informed that the Modern Michael had pronounced her Incurable Good Old Granny Metcalf80 any good My finger nails came off Prw Association wants oneortwo news Hying at 018 Monroe street years old Condran Frankllnton Ky Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey ia different my ha r came out leaving me and Paducah paptr correspondents in this county Mr J M Myers of Myi rs A Bonn 230 perfectly bald from all other cough remedies It cures then went to The work is light and can be performed Ky says that Dr BeUaT ino Tar Honey West Man Street Louisville says he has by allaying the inflammation and giving Is the beet grip cure lung and by rltlier lady or gentleman Previous bronchial remedy that cough tone strength vigor and vitality to tho been offered no reason to change the opinion express Â¬ Hoplne to be cured bv thu ihr experience is not necessary aud some of to the people during her life Guaran Â¬ ed about Electropolse threo years ago respiratory organs Guaranteed and for I treatment but verv nn our voung men and women and even old teed and sold by Short Haynes Clover It cured him ot rheumatism IdlsgusUd and decided to TRY sale by Short Haynes Cioverport men would do vyellto secure such a pos- Â¬ port DrrU II MeMullinMcDanlels M I he effect was One nights use of the Eloctropolae Di R II McMullln McDanlels M truly wonderful I ition m we understand it takes only Meyer Co Boras Geo Heyser Goa Â¬ guye ne relief from brain congestion and Meyer A Co Buraa Geo Heyser Con stentiie A Taylor Rosetta Drury Ben commenced to re- about oufoiirtli of your time For fur Â¬ nett Co Jtewley vlllo W UBrown yurtigo aim rrwjmr nwwmm I hay been a well man ever stantlae A Taylor Rosetta Drury ther parllutikw tuldrew Modern Piess Irvlngton Ky J no P Nletwls Gar by the time 1 14 2Kf5L5 Co Bewleyville Ky W K Bennett inel Rey Geo II Means Coving Ky fitkl Ky A k Mrr Big Sprit was sauraJi mui - am AseoolMfoVOhl CC 7 YV ruraJ bv wiiwnii i tow Ky Brown Irvingtoa Ky Jaoi Nichota t Ts himb ina wnr i rani inrn Hot Saf laea haj failed Mjjrijj Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Sprint WM S LOOMIS Shrevtport La WOMEN fMTEItctropoiM put out on trial for DOUBT r la iba TJalLU four moatlia-- for 10 tend for particulars S lUlMtatJuLIW I tmm tUUmg Or FriMf bwiw uramc ocvAiMa DUIOIS x m m4 m win m mil Ha UN yyWqlSar tHakti Oe t aHrlb Avauuo LtlvllU Ky PENNYJtjOYAL ROYAL BAKING POWDER is more economical than brands because of its greater leavening strength as shown by both the U S and Canadian Government Reports The other baking powders contain from 20 to 80 per cent less leavening gas than the ROYAL So the ROYAL even should it cost more than the others would be much the cheaper In addition to this the superior flavor sweetness wholcsome ness and delicacy of the food raised by ROYAL BAKING POWDER would make any difference in cost insignificant J Thcro is a great tlillcrcnco of opinion among thoeo who nro wise in weather loronstor tho exact tlmo whon Indian rammer makes ifs opponranco somo wonthcr prophots declaring that it in alutleH ovory warm day betwoon Mi Miaelmns day tho JOtli of Scptombcr and Christmas whilo others locato it In tho mouth of October Indeed tho opinions of ncientists do not ngrco any better than thoso of ordinary individu Â¬ als but seem to be as bary as tho season - Ufiolf Highest all in leavening strength Latest S JSgM Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cannot travel lu Ireland without WANTKU fornffl e wirknn Hilary In moil In Smilhtrii perceiving that tho to many horpepower everya tointv the lhe Middle and lUMttn Writrrna Nmtlitrn anJ few f Mtri and perpetual catching of trains theory younirladynr riunK nentlnniii Ihntrltnni of Jlfo is not ono that is accepted by tho the country aroaicvti l Hxerlt nce nut nrc hrginnrrt nt a mull In Irish people and I do not think it over etiary hrtti ra tjircfer M In Ijn per mnnlh taL ray from f arv at That our wonaerfvWremedr Moinirts wlin stalled nn amnll lrln now re Mnv will bo Their religion their traditions Crive frnm FitlFNU which mnltce child birth easy tie uc tH may bo within tho reach or all we hare their chief occupation their tempera rood tvnrhtTnndtnlurnuli per iimnth MultMtiti irnnil rifrrncrv reduced tho price to ONE DOLLAK dot 100 incnt all of which I suppoeo pro closely depnftlt In bank cash ntinut f It nNn Iniin nWi i bottlo salmlcd muj It no investment required allied aro opposed tp Jtt Our enterprise It trnnnly BBWARB ot traudt count- Â¬ permanent position TokoitniKy and If you endorsrd bv hankers Address 1 O Km 4y ThoEaying erfeits and substitutes Tako Nathvlllc Nll You can save delay cant take it ufcy tako it as nisy as you and prnvc Tcnn that you mean business flyttc nothlnz but to lit en ct 1 to envrr postage nn cor can doubtless represents their theory closing stamps respondener nnd lor prlnttd matter whlili will of life and lor my part if it wcro a explain all question oil tr of dialectics cr of morals I would tooiiir havo to defend thnt view of existence than tho fo many horsepower ote Co far from n wlso mnn getting nil ho can out of himself in ono BOLD BY ALL DRUQOI8T8 direction ho will it seems to mo rig t3Write for book TO MOTHEBS Mly nud carefully abstain from doing tniilUit free so in tho interests of that cnthulla and THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO harmonious development which requires Sule Inirrlftorn ATLANTA GA that ho should get n little out Of him self in every direction Ono would not like to assert that tho MARKED DOGS EYES bulk of tho Jritlt pcoplo nro harmo An Explanation Wanted of the Presene niously developed But nolther if I of TIicm Tan pnti tuny bo permitted to say so aro tho Can any of your readers explain tho English or tho Scotch people aud as means so much more than meaning o the tan f pots sccu so comin reality all threo probably err by lob you imagine serious and monly over the lyes in black aud tun sided activity or lobsldcd inactivity it dogs of most breeds fatnl rliKrcisrvc rpQiilr frnm still remains to bo seen whether too When in MelLouruo last year I wait much perpetual catching of trains or too trifling ailments neglected carefully over all tho dogs in a show much hiking it nlsy is onthowholo j suii k with one of tho stewards mid we found tho wiser courso nud tho loss insauo inwiui iiuiuii a sf r rrmitpst eriff tho spots iuall tho black and tan terterpretation of tlio purport nud uses of 1vfi1th o o riers foxhounds dcerhounds collies life Blnckwoods Mag- vino nMiarcfeelme lurchers etc but I could get no inforout ot sorts weak anu generally ex mation regarding thcut from tho exAny ono who has children will rejoice hausted tie vous perts have no appetite with L B Mulford of Plalnfleld N J aud cant work In somo of tho highly bred toy dogs His little boy five years of age was sick begin atencetnk as tho small black and tori terriers I Iiijc the most telle fquud on inquiry that theso spots for- Â¬ with croup For two days and nights ho hie strengthening tried various remedies recommended by irediclnevrhlchli merly bo vtiy poijspicnous werp bppg lli own 9 Iron Hit friends and neighbors Ho says I bred nut and had nearly disapppared A trs cure few bot tles benefit Their persitenco through o many thought sure I would lose hiiri Iliad comi9 from the strongly mnrked varieties except thoso seen Cliambcrlalns Cough Remedy ad crv first ins- t1WH I iim of lato date is singular for thcro is vertised and thought I would try it as a trtb and fairly good proof that when first domes J pleakiut to take nn last hope and am happy to say that after ticated tho dog was red or brown liko two doses ho slept until morning I gavo tho pariah dingo uto Ah far as I cnu see wo do net find it to him next day and a euro was effect- Â¬ Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver tho spots whito on n black or dark ed I keop this romedy in tho house Neuralgia Troubles ground nor yet black or dark on a now and as soon as any of my children ninnl white or light ground My explanation show signs of croup I give it to them and f rntle Inntlnn is that they havo nriscu as a pcrmanont that is tho last of it p Malaria 2d and 60 cent Nervous ailments marking after tho dogs sported to bottles for sale by A R Fisher Clover womens complaints black under domestication and havo port Ky and Kincheloo Board Ilar- Â¬ let only the genuine It hit crossed red a i others s ire SLh- been preserved and developed through dinsburg Ky lines on ma vtranner siitult s in receipt of two jc sta nips we natural selection Possibly thoy are prov111 triid nt f lei tlrniltlful V Vurlda 4 Pair VI ws and book free tective and bimulato eyes BftOVN CHEMICAL CO DAflMOR Ono morning just at dawn I had ocVVVftvifA casion to go out into tho garden nud Depends on little things A whilo stooping to examitio soma flowers Ripans Tabule is- - a little I near a fenco partly covered with creepers I suddenly saw an animals head thing-- but taking one occa- Â¬ POSITIONS GUARANTEED looking through and what seemed to bo sionally gives good digestion under reasonable conditions Do not say It can two seenilugly Inrgp and ferocious not be done until vnu seud for free 1 20 pane black oyes glared nt mo Suspecting and that means good blood IIRAUGHTONS PKACTICAL catalogue BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of hnoit that a blnck leopard was about to spring and that means good brain hand 1 ypewriiin and elcurnphv over I started back clapped my hands and brawn and that means NA9I1 VILLI TCNN 4 WEEKS hy DrniiKlitont inttliiid nl and shouted To my lellof however I Is npial to 1 2 WEEKS by saw a tail wng and found that tho spec success old method IllpansTabuIes through your It cxx ids more money in the Inte cst nf its tator was n coolys dog I know very nearest druggist may be50obtaineda box rlte cents Kinplou cnt Department than hilf the business woll and which rcoognlzed mo Tho college in the south tikc in at till ion It Is stronulj ndorscd h- Hankers Merchants and use of tho tan spots in this caso at practical book keepers ull merthu United Stales least then occurred to mo lteasonable rntea of tuition Cheap board Open to both scxls 600 students past year May it not bo thnt tho spots thus representing 36 btatct and Territories It hat servo a protective purposo and havo of alto prepared books for ten snved tho lives of dogs black dogs IIOMB STUDY sent on 60 days trial When son write explain from thoir enemies tho smaller felines your wants Condensed News Address J F Draughon Prest as tho cloudod leopard eta such Per Nashville Tenn N II It pavt cash Stories for vacancies at hi haps the matter is not new but if it is keepers stenographers eachert etc icported it Rcems worth looking into provided It fills sairc Miscellany I havo soveral dogs about iiCro now Womens Department with black budics and heads Tho tan spots rather palo aro of tho sizo of a Childrens- - Department shilling I havo shot ono keeping the Agricultural Department SOLICITING FOR SE skin of tho head ns n curiosity Political Department Peal in Nuturo EXPECTANT On MOTHERS Mothers Â¬ In fitvwJllTtktAV Â¬ PoGf py Â¬ Health Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Browns EIron Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bitters St Â¬ Cures fif J Â¬ Success in Lite FACTS 1 Â¬ Â¬ BEST Answers to Correspondents Editorials - s Â¬ Agents Wanted Lovings Protective AND Â¬ Everything WILi IIC FOUND IN TUB Â¬ Weekly Courier - Journal BIG Collection Agency THIS IS NO HUM PAY A ten page eight column Democratic New paper HENRY WATTERSON l tho Kdlt ir TO THE RIGHT KY Headquarters BOWLING GREEN PKICE 100 a YEAR The WEEKLY COUKIUItJOUHNAI makes very liberal terms to agents Sample copies ot the paper and Premium supplement tent free tn any address Write to COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY WANTED Boll Ten live agents to Fiult Trees at a La ita u Commission THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AND THE Ioiilavllle Ky W8 ASI1UY Cioverport Ky WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Will bo sent ono year to any address or 175 Address Tho BmcpHENitiwiE Jfiss Cioverport Jy BANK OF HAEDINSBU Capital Stocl JAMES B PACE Stommer and buyer of Jr Sari VTBIJAIIU 00 Â¬ Rnh Rod AND atrOW WL President WILL MILLKU Vioe Prttidint DKARD Oathltr BKABD Dire tor 2 MORRIS ESKRIDOK I INTERE8TPAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Â¬ hQ Â¬ Dupuis BurleyTobacco Vwwti Pierces Factory JNO P BEVERLY Tnoatrrien - Cioverport Manager Ky SYPHILIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i ELECTROPOISE A distillation of herbs found only on the Island of llaytl and tho country bordering the Madeira Illver In ItrazlL An antldoto for PUBLIC SALE I will offer at Public Sale at my farm on Illtes SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES Hun Tertiary stages of SyphtlU liavo bctin CJunvn bir this treatment In aUtyilaysrostortns tho SATUUDAV DKCKMHKU 29lh All my farming Implements consisting of hlood to original purity Wiite us stating wagons plows hoes axes mowing maihinci IfflStb of time you havo been aillictoil and wo bay rake and other utensils fill Hnl sainplo battle 1 Vco orciiurtfo Terms of Sale all turni under J cash In hand Rate of treatment 94no per ntonilt all tumt over hat amount twelve months lime nOVAXi OXXXUMCXO Xj ocd will be given with approved security Importers Standard Freraratlona SAMUKL T JOHNSON ifll 103H CnOAMWAYQINOWNATr OHIO iTABLERSnil BUCK EYE rilJU si loud n I GREGORY Ic COl WHARFMASTERS CL0VERP0RT KENTUCKY f Alto Wholesale and Hcall Dealers in OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUTPILES Yellow Pine Flooring and Coiling Shingles Hair Latlit Cement Solo Agentt for Lime Brlok BEFORE and CRRTAtNCURJJ 15 years a the BEST REMEDY fcr PILES A SURE known for Blinds Sash and and all kinds of Building Material Dsra Homestead Order Fertilizers Meal and Troy r - 4 rruii ky iieaiuaoH kid BOZB MY AII BKUtiQIITI oo lone aocomptnlned with tho cash promptly iIUUV ised LASTING RESULTS tm sura 1BML0TILT from any injurious substance thin MLAM1 A1MU1MB nauuanaisiKU Ia CURE cr refund vow mon ibis HOT SPRINGS t hm ls awSBSL mJittaaV i j 1i FATPEOPLEC o laoonnniwice simple M IeMuyL V lloHtn tea M30OlierI ItKMONT MKUIOAI CO A aUMciAd V si Uoaftso Boston Man forUdli bsHOMsl I -- Jtrmaaaaal Bwrt HV to Mwturu and rva 4IMNIUr HWL acaot er Kow mi naCDtblv t SIPPM JT uluaa usl by oafSMo UdK h CrN Pwlr ami 0rBtSrMTTiM I IN WAFEW rWEII Foraala aaaWimErSLm by OHAS Of X MARTINi CIOYlIiPONTK