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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX i CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1895 NO 24 if ii A PROVIDENTIAL r A When our sweet Mty run away Its fifteen year thli Christmas day llle William he An married AVhould lose his mind eternally Fer he wur ot agln It so Our Mary marrytn of Joe Dave Splnkt boy he often said lleJ almott rather tee her dead An burledl Ier that Joe he Jeit Outdid the patience o the bell HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ONE AND GOLD R ALL -- CHRISTMAS ped P S Still Contends that the Â¬ Starhp of Govornmenl Alone Can not Give Monoy Purchasing Power -- x no one seemed so little worth Upon the top side o the alrthl No Urnlnl head as hard as wood JJo sense no nuthln1 an no goodl Warnt nut gyrls Is strange an Mary she always could git round mej When Id say Nol her blue eyes Jest Looked right In mine an twinkled Vest So when the corn wut to be ground On days when William warnt around ltercd come that Joe from Splnkss place A sparkln Mary fore my fajel Somehow Hut once he come too often stayed Till almos dark said he warnt frald O William ketchln himl Dut myl Jest In the twlnklln of an eye We heard a footstep In tha hall An William come an ketched us all That Any Article to bo Good Money statements Have Must Have In Addition to the He says Money is a creation of law and again tho debt paying function is For the Masses Against tho Classes Stamp Intrinsic Value the supremo function For the People Against Monopolies Wero not both of these kinds of money And What More Conld Any created by law and did they not pay Gold Is tho Article For It Is Worth debts within their territory 7 Calamity Howler Ask An old friend of mino hero says that Just as Much Without tho ho traded somu confederate bills at 10 A GOOD WORD FOE DEMOCRACY Stamp as With It percent discount for gold These are NOTHING GOOD AS GOLD certainly your kind of money for they have all tho car marks of it Now come up like a little man and daddy the legitimate offspring of tho theory to which you are wedded They may bo inuattoes or Creoles and for ought I know bastards Yet they are certainly your progeny bo come and acknowledge that the government stamp can not fix tho real value orpurchaslng power of monoy but that this is regu Â¬ lated by tho inexorable law of supply and demand J II A says that money ianot wealth Let us see Francis A Walker whom my friend quotes as good authority Bays Wealth comprises all articles of valuo and noth Â¬ ing else J 11 A says that Congress can bestow upon a piece of paper all the functions of money If bo Congress gives this paper purchasing power and it therefore has power in exchange and hence value If this piece of stamped paper has valuo Ac- Â¬ it is included in tho term wealth cording to his logic then Congress can create wealth and I still Bay that Con- Â¬ gress should striko us a few millions for each man woman and child It seems to me then that it is fully established that tho stamp of the govern- Â¬ ment can not givo purchasing power power in exchange to inconvertible paper money but that its purchasing value is regulated by tho quantity and occasion for its use Let us seo now if an article stamped as money and having a valuo independent of the stamp will decline when thero is an over issue My friend thinks gold will decline when thero is an over issue for be puts it in the same category with paper monoy He says through Judge Tiffany The authority which stamps itself upon the article can afllx what valuo it deems proper independent of the intrinsic val- Â¬ Again The currency value is in ue the stamp and not in the metal inde- Â¬ Again If you pendent of the stamp suppose that gold is not monoy is not legal tender tho value ot gold is lost These statements of course aro mere assertions and without any argument to support them They carry no more weight with them coming from Judge Tiffany than from J II A But let us see how much truth there is in them My friend thinks that the purchasing power of gold lies in tho stump and If the stamp is taken off the gold loses all value It takes 2322 grains of pure gold to make a dollar To be convinced that this gold is worth about as much without the government stamp as with it just examine the market in any daily paper and you will find that2323 grains of pure gold is worth 100 cents with the stamp and worth 100 cents without it Then J the stamp does not add value to the gold or take it away If the gold in a dollar if worth so much without the stamp as with it then 2322 grains of gold will have the same purchasing power as a Gold dollars of 23 22 coined dollar grains would not decline in value if all the gold in the world wore coined into dol Â¬ lars They would have the same dob t pay Â¬ ing power and the Bame purchasing power for it is not the supply of pieces and de Â¬ mand for them that regulates tho value of gold dollars but it is the supply of bul- Â¬ lion and the demand for it Let tho demand and tho supply of bul- Â¬ lion remain constant and a gold dollar can not decline in valuo below the value of 2322 grains of pure gold If it does men holding dollars will trade them as bullion rather titan as currency 8o gold used as monoy can not decline below gold as bullion Wo conclude then that tho stamp does not bestow purchasing power upon gold independent of its bul- Â¬ lion value Gold then or paper converti- Â¬ ble into gold will do the money work when there is an over issue and incon- Â¬ vertible paper will not do tho work when there is an over issue My friend says greenbacks did not de Â¬ cline in value wo will notice this point next titne and we wish to show that with inconvertible paper money the tendency is always to over issue BRANBKNnoKO power would diminish until 1 become Very small or ioro My friends own statements then prove that when there Is an over issue the stamp of tho government does not and can not fix the value of moneys That Is the Word That fills Our Heart With Joy It Has Stood power to purchase and therefore docs not bestow upon money power iu ex Â¬ For Ages and Will Still change but it does givo it power to pay Stand debts J II A denies that tho old con- Â¬ tinental script or that tho confedrate bills Paternalism Has No Place In its T will admit that they wero monoy Hanks Sat Liberty Freedom Pa- Â¬ were very poor money but let us see if triotism and Love of Country they wero not money according to hia DEMOCRACY Jacob WORYJIl 60APJ lTFLOAT5 FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY THE PROOTCn ft GAMBLE CO OINTt Meyer BIG SPRING KY J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL BR00KP BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ We Mean Business Ky Dec 20 1891 Dear Eoitor I do not wish to take issue with anyone but as limited space CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILI KY Hearn tell yesterday Whewl O people mad as thunder William was thundern llghtnln tool lie looked at me he looked at Mary An we we kinder looked contrary An I poked the fire to Jest Give my scared eyes chance to rest As Irlckollectltjestas well Iftwui V this My contention is that the stamp of tho gov- Â¬ ernment alono can not give money pur chasing power and that any article to be good money must have in addition to the governments stamp intrinsic or com- Â¬ mercial value J H A says through Henri Cernus clii If you suppose gold Is not money is not legal tender the value of gold is Again J II A says Congress lost may stamp a piece of paper and bestow upon it all tho functions of money Hut one dark night When William wu jleepin right The first statement teaches that gold An1 dreamln pleasant dreams I heard has no value until stamped by tho gov Â¬ A noise outside an then a word ernment and when it is made a legal Or two woke William but -t- oo latel tender then and only then does it asÂ¬ The door stood open an the gate Had been swung to fore one got down sume value and therefore commercial An Joe an Mary gone to townl or intrinsic valuo are not neceesaiy to I knowed by all the signs I saw make gold or any other article good That William wuz Joes father-in-lamoney No use to talk bout William he Tho second statement teaches that in- Â¬ mad an had a right to be Wot convertible paper monoy aud therefore so wuz I but wljlle I cried An the stamp of the government alone can William wut at the stallon tried To stop em by telegraph give money purchasing power and such a half Spent bout two dollars an money is good money Now the issue is shore When word come they wut married made up and we will now give our at- Â¬ Ill never see her face nj morel tention to the discussion of this point Said William An article stamped by tho government year Fer about a as a legal tender to bo good money must lie went on like he didnt cere To hear a word o her When she be so universally acceptable that every Would write long letters home to me person in the community who has any An ask if she could come an tell product or service to dispose of will free- Â¬ How Joe wut doln mighty well ly gladly and in preference to all other Had bought a house anklot o Ian articles take this one without looking Somewhat on the installment plan An wut a different kind o Joe around to find the service or product ho From the old one we used to know may require from others being as ured take no Intrust never read Hed that ho can unfailing obtain for it what- Â¬ not one word he saldl A letter But one thing give me hope fer he ever he may desire in form and amount Would always listen patiently and at times and places to suit his wants I wish to show now that inconvertible Ilut when two year had passed bellexc paper monoy will not meet these con- Â¬ It happened on a CJuIstmas eves Course Id seen Mary in that time ditions when there is an over issue and An give her baby many a dlmel hence not good monoy and that the one night a lonesome pair We sot stamp does not confer purchasing power In sight o Marys vacant chair An oht so lonesome seemed the place J II A to anxious that I meet his The tears come tricklin down my face arguments without dodging If I omit to notice any point ho will call my at-Â¬ Then William he reached over and Smoothed hack my hair an took my hand tention to it I take it that J H A If Maryd come tonight An said concedes that inconvertible paper money v Ieckon It would be all right will decline in valuo when there is an jijnfeelln lonesome too Im one over issue and is hence not good monoy That bleves In providence an nono Kin shake my taltht He hadnt said Ho says through Judge Tiffany That Them words before we heard the tread the government may place its stamp up- Â¬ O feet outside clost by the Joor on leather and make it as good at gold as An then a olcc wed heard before long aa it can provido against counterIn fact two voices then a knock feiting of the same and can thin rtgulate Not loud the Key turned In the Iock The door wut opened wide an oh the quantity in twe There stood our Mary an her Joe Again he says The government may on her breast An that sweet baby stamp paper and it will havo the same currency valuo at gold if it provide against tho counterfeiting and limit the any use to tell the restt Ist quantity Kin we come In How Mary said You Jest bet you Kin An William Wo infer then if tho quantity be not How the child crowed at what he saw limited that it will not be as good as An William called Joe gold will not havo the eamo currency An Kissed the baby an Jumped round value will hence decline in value I Ikc hed been lost an jest wut found Again J II A In his article of Sept Ilcen many a merry Chrlsmas sence Ilut that wut special providence 20 says Money has legal valuo express IranK L Stanton in The Voice ed on its face in units- The legal value of monoy is fixed and arbitrary it never Tho only way to euro catarrh is to pur changes Hut the real value of money ifly tho blood Hoods Sarsaparllla Ita purchasing power varies- - inversely purifies the blood and tones up the whole as tho number of units in circulation in any country increases or diminishes system As the volume increases tho purchas- Â¬ ing power of tho unit diminishes Absolutely Tree If the volume increase indefinitely un Â¬ Any reader of this paper can get the Louis Globe Democrat absolutely til it beqome very great tho purchasing St jf free for three months Read tho offer LOOK OUT in this issue and tako advantage o it at or broakers aliwul when pun once The Weekly Gloue Dehocrat id TvUT -- ri bolls cur plea issued in semi weekly sections eight buncUa and like nianlfosUtlona ol pages each Tuesday and Friday sixteen impure tlocxl ap every week making it practically a pear They wouldnt appear yet the price is only fioml Weekly paper EP liyoar Wood were one dollar a year In politics it la pure and your r system in the jr strictly Republican but it gives all the Many stubborn and aggravating right ccmdiUon news and ia absolutely inplspeneable to Tjiey show yeu of rheumatism that were belivd to m what yo ji ail the farmer merchant or profeeftional incurable ami accepted as life legacies ex Bood man who hag not the time to read a thats what have yielded to Chamberlains Pain large dally paper and yet deeirea to you get wfaati you talc Dr FMtWa tl olden Iklra much to the surprise and gratlftea Nedfial Discovery keep promptly and thoroughly posted An averagt lift can It etrriwfesUtfa with It AH Mood Skin lion of the sufferers One application Sample Copies will be sent free on apt ft4 Voalp DfcaatW from a eosMtteti jiieteh will telleve the pain and suffering and easily ba ten years ure cured to tbe worst plication to Globe Printing Co f or vuptKtninvigorates UmScrofulapuHAw and its eontiausd dm Insures an effectual by the by If It llrr every organ cure For sale by A R Mslver Clover- of Ri occasional Mo Louifl tUa wood awl rouMe Uriah Do you know pans Tabula into beeUhful acUoo In Um most stubborn 4 foam at Bkta Pi rms wok as BartMum attjjr one who wants thote ten Koaema Tetter Kryarpithts Oarbunola and uiBsuur xy the V kindred ailments audi with Borofula in every years baieandisU blood taint If it fells to best show Royal Baking Df PrtMsi Cmam BaMmt Pmp44T back And have your Rlfans TabuUi may b oVulad tarang It your it fjroure youthe eJvtroatt nwswr pttrttWr jmim uiotM aar rlmgglu Price p cent a box ia all oihars bat asakatf it WWW 9 rw fnglMIM MWM IH sttfrioc No ono has ever disputed Then William frownln almos black Wheeled round an reached up to the rack An got his rifle raised It cocked The trigger an the door here lockedt Mary an me n screainln Joe None o us ever peared to know Jeit how he did but In a flash Joe went out by the winder sash An took It with him shore as fate Likewise ten palllns an gatef An with all that encumbrance tlcared a big ditch an ten rail fence Not much HAitniNsnuno Ky Dec 20 1891 Money which depends wholly upon the government stamp for its value and which loses all value when tho stamp is removed wo shall call l twftft n nntw4 lili nn xtt tnmntf flat or political money That wo may keep the point at issue well before us it will bo ncccswry to restate it at times Much space is consumed by J II A in quoting and making statements to show that the stamp of tho govern Â¬ ment is necessary to givo an article debt paying power or to make it a legal tend Mr Editor r wut said when Joe win gone The night It went a wearln on With me not raisin ol my head An Mary hldln out In bed An fer two days or maybe three William he never spoke to me An when he did twuz jest to say Ifonce more that chap crost his way Hed cheat the gallusj an1 went on Jest thataway but Joe wuz gone Per good an like a mn ol sen e William went fixln up his fence An winder sashl w foibado mo giving my ideas of Demo- Â¬ cracy aud exposing tho defects of tho so called Populist party please allow mo the privilege and space to continue my article this week As wo reflect upon tho history of our country since the closo of the war we have good reasons for be- Â¬ lieving that the people should turn against the kind of paternal government that culminated under tho McKinley tariff law and force bill Gentlemen we aro now confronted with paternalism in a more dangerous form Taking advant Â¬ age of tho distressed condition into winch Republican policy has plunged the couptry a desperate attempt is made to drive the people from the support of thq only peoples party the Democratic party and array them under tho banner of paternalism under a now name and under a new form What do tho people want Is it economy in government ex- Â¬ Tiiey will secure that un- Â¬ penditures der the banners of tho Democratic party Is it low tax you are In search of That too is one of the proudest purposes of Democracy Is it home rule you are Where else will you groaning after find it except under Democratic govern- Â¬ ment Is it sound money you are strug- Â¬ gling for Tho Democratic party lias always atood for sound money gold and silver coin since the day of its birth These aro really what tho poor peoplo want but the leaders of the so called Populist party propose to conduct into no such pastures Their ideas ofovcrn ment is paternalism of the worst kind Says tho Hon Jas P Piggott Every public ill imaginary or real is td be cured Money is to by some patent legislation bo printed not coined and distributed not earned which is supposed to Government have been instituted under our system to attend to public instructions and leave the people free to atlond to their own is to be called upon to meddlo with private rights and our represenatives are to bo forced into an unwilling partnership be- Â¬ tween the individual and tho govern- Â¬ ment which would terminate in bank- Â¬ ruptcy before a brief session of the Amer- Â¬ As limited space for- Â¬ ican Congress bids mo giving in full eomo of the many measures introduced by some ofjtho Pop- Â¬ ulists Senators and Represenatives Twill give you the names numbers and by If you over whom they were presented meet with the bill No 3430 introduced by Representative Davis of Kansas call- Â¬ ed tho New way to pay old debts also his bill for the experiment of rainmaking and irrigation in Kansas House bill No 7890 Also the industrial army bill II R No of bill 0707 presented by Mr Davis of Kansas If the possagejof these bills aro the steps for the restoration of the good old times that Jas 11 Arnold has been speaking of they will never come because they will never receive the sanction and the active co operation of the executive department while there 1b a spark of liberty freedom patriotism and the love of our fore fathers within our veins And a man who will advo- Â¬ abominable and cate such execrable damnable laws is either a knave or a damnable fool In conclusion I would have you bear hi mind that I am In favor of the income tax I favor freo coinage of both gold and silver uf tho rutloof 10 to 1 Silver should be restored to its old position which it occupied boforo its out- Â¬ rageous dethronement by tho Repablican party in 1873 I am for Tariff for Rev enue Only I am opposed to a tariff that builds up trusts I am for tho masses against the classes for the peo- Â¬ What piore ple against monopolies could any calamity howler or moon- I am for the people against chaser ask I beliovo that trusts and millionaires the millionaire tho bondholder and the Coxoyltes should bo feared alike I am for laws that will bring peace happiness and prosperity to our homes Dear readers with theso remarks I will close leaving J II A to cuss or discuss the tariff question with himself and bidding you all a long perhaps an everlasting and eternal farewell Suc- Â¬ S cess to Democracy W Hkatk Gray 1 We Want to 29a 80 POT 0AY RATES Tha most centrally located Hotel In tha cit Clean Out Our Stock The Chistmas Holidays are S5 Jouisyille Ky oer and wve had our fun frolic all of us lets hope to get down to Its time no 1894 Breathing Its Last Its nover to late to THE NEWARK TIMES ifor tho city reader or the counry borne THE N W YORK TIMES is an uncommon ly interesting ncntpaper Its sixteen pages are brimful of news It is 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Dally by mall - 8a Dally Sunday by malltl a --a The Weekly 1 3 TIMETABLE ij A Mood-pu-rifle- rt Reprieve of Ten Years langthtnd mans TAKING 29 1891 Kast Bound Trains WestBound Trains DHTf Dally Dully Dally ex tjva ex Sua ex Sua ex Bub STATIONS NO X No NoS Nel Irvliur EFFECT JULY t Jacob NANTS at least Meyer of GarAU t Hariliufcurir Kirk Jolly Hird lot The Sunday Sun A large Is Dm f9j4eat Suwkjr KvwfMpr in Um worU By mat 2 a year rrfc REM- S Govt Reports Ifiyl kV1 BodiKrl I rraUaJtwwhl KockraU DmMr of all kinds Povdr Atlias Omka ArFo4v0teivl Scarry of goods now ready AiUrtM MII VVN Xwr Twk than i price - THE BREOKElNRmQH NEWS OIaOVRHPOIL They havo free silver over in Mexico HARDINSBURG Breckenridge News A young man who is ovor there and a W TIME TABLE LH Texas has n Jbo D V 0 Babbsgt Edlton and PropritVrs former cmployo of tho job on ono of the railroads and Ib getting ooino lit Ho writes Passenger ball trr Uerulniburgl2ill pni a BJilary of 00 a month WEDNESDAY JANUARY a 1815 OfHO HIT back hero asking for his old placo at 00 Snbicrlptlon Prlci ll00 a Yar In Advancs a month He says that 00 a month In Passenger Dally art Ilarillnsbarg- - 740 am If Paid at til End of tha Ytar 8158 our currency will buy more than- - 200 In We have had a good Ice sens n the Mexican Heros n problem for tho Con new convenes to morrow Free Si I vcrilcs to solve Mr Ed Goodman wants to movo In Alabama Tub Kentucky Stale Treasury Is aalii Our paper is two pages short this Miss Lrzio Smith was at home during in t week but youll find in these four pages tho holidays mora genuino live local matter than Miss Maud Smith was at homo during Louibvillk suffered a 450000 loss by most any two of tho avcrago country fire last week weeklies In the state Tho News is the holidays strictly a local paporv It makes no pre- Â¬ 1 Short on Bro Kirk havo dissolv- Â¬ There was two feet of snow in New tentions otherwise It covers tho cntlro ed partnership local field of both Breckenridge and York on Friday Mr Vie Robertson Glendeane was Meade counties every week Renewals hero last Friday A Lexington tax collector is short and now names aro now in order for 05 Judgo Mercer went to Frankfort Mon- Â¬ And thoy are coming In thank tho good 15000 in bis accounts day on legal buslti ss people right lively Mr Richard McGary was at homo last A mo tight la on over at Elirabctti week to see hii mother State or Ohio City or Toledo town over tho postolTlco Lucas County j Mr Nat Hook was here last week Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Floridas orango crop was damaged is the senior partner of tho firm of F J visiting his fathers family Mr and Mrs M II Beaid havo taken Cheney 5000000 by the late freeze Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and Stato afore Â¬ rooms at Alexanders hotel Juixik Kecvcs has very wisely con Â¬ said and that said firm will pay the sum Mr and Mrs J D Bceler of Kirk cluded not to contest Judge Guffys of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each spent lost week in this city election and every case ol Catarrh that cannot bo Mrs N O Mosely who has b en 111 cured by the use of Halls Catarrh for some time is improving Mr Cnrllslo says there will bo an ex- Cure FRANK J CHENEY Mr George Baker Irington spent a tra session of Congress unless tho pres Sworn to before mo and suscrlbcd in few days hero Christmas week ent one passes a currency bill my presence this Gth day of December Mrs J S McGary weut to Louisvlllo A D 1880 last week to visit her son Wathen Sklllmnn says tho deposits yBXKEn A WGLKASON from the holiday trade of this town were J0hn Blytlio has made somo offers to Notary Public double what thoy were in 13 Charley Mattlngly to buy his farm Cure is taken internally Halls Catarrh Mrs Annie Bishop and hor daughter and acts directly on the blood and mu- Â¬ Jim Richardsons flno boar Billy cous surfaces of tho system Send for Miss Judith are visiting in tho city llreckonridge is creating nearly asblg n testimonials free For Sale Four fino harness horses sensation as his famous namesake F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Apply to Victor Robertson Glcndeane Ky 5ffi3old by Druggists 75c Cait Bill Ellis would mako a spank Mr Lannie Smith and son of Owens PICKED UP ing good race for Governor Ho would boro wero hero a couple of days last have n good following in this county Tho new gas well which has just been week Mr Elijah Board will continue in the Dont throw off your mantlo of charity started down on the bank of the river inKeep on during tho wholo good year dicates that the people of this city aro County Judges office with Mr Ah for a of 05 and youll feel better when 00 rolls not satisfied about the supply The well while is being sunk by the Gold Fortuno Comaround Mr and Mrs Ken Wathen wi re hero pany This company owns several wells last week and spent Christmas with Mrs Some fellow sent a Georgia editor a and thoy havo gas in paying quantities G P Jolly gold collar button for a Christmas pres and probably their surplus encourages Dr Milton Board entertained a num ent He was not satisfied He wanted them to hunt for more The Mineral borof his young friends at dinner on Center is another company here that Christmas Day a shirt to wear it in owns soveral wells They too hnvo nat- Â¬ LThe now County Attorney elect Mr Engineers say that locomotives be Â¬ ural gas which tliey furnish to a number Ruben Miller has rented a law office of customers The excitement in the gas come sulky or tired and require an oc- Â¬ from Mr Barnes casional rest especially in cold weather business however seems to have died Mr Estcl Sutton came down last week out here There is plenty of gas though like wo have been having All the business house and a number and spent several days hero witli his Judge Gufly is the handsomest man of family residences aro lighted with it father and mother was Mr Cliff Howard of McDanlels on the Appellate bench so tho ladies of and nt somo places it is burned almost He has just closed his You do not hear much here Monday Maysville say Tho Judge looks all day and night right if he only knew what to do with his said about our natural gas but as we school in that locality have It now it is a commodity that the hands Messrs Andrew and Rosco Severs wero city would not caro to dispense with hero during tho holidays mixing around Common senso versus J H As clat- Â¬ with their young friends lhe sulzer assignment created quite a ter is tho caption of a paper received Mr E E Rhodes who has been in too lato for publication this week Look stir in business circles here and else Â¬ Grayson and Eltnonsou counties for for it next week It is rich rare and where But Sulzer is not the man to several weeks is at home again give up He has a wonderful amount racy The Womans Homo Missionary soci of nerve When you look at the man to- Â¬ and watch his movements you are at ety will meet at Mrs G W Beards Everything in the line of woolen goods evening for reorganization Busi- Â¬ morrow will bo lower now Tho tariff went off once impressed with his courage on the first Dolls nro also on the free ness tact and push seems to lighten the Tlr Warren Shacklett and Frank list and they will bo much cheaper but glow in his face Many a man with so BoarJ son of Dr II C Board Meade many thousands of dollars Invested and county were visiting here last week its a little lato for them tho threatening slaughter which seemed Prof Shacklett returned from Morgan for a timo to encompass it would have field Ky Monday where ho had been House at Albany N Y The Delavan was destroyed by fire last Sunday night sunk under tho pressure But Sulzers nltcnding the Teachers Institute meet- Â¬ This elegant hotel will bo remembered business was only checked for a few days ing by tho Centennial party from this city The assignment enables him to move on John Jurrttt who uas re elected mag Â¬ again and they say all creditors will be istrate in the Stephcnsport and Union who stopped there in 1870 paid in full It is no disadvantage to Star district was here Monday and qual- Â¬ The railroads all report increased earn- Â¬ our city that Sulzer still does busiucss nt ified ings for December This is encouraging tho old stand Matthias Miller receiver for Beard and affords reasonable grounds for tho Heeler filed suit in the Circuit Court I do not wish to be hypercritical but I belief that business conditions aro im- Â¬ Monday against John Pato on account think tho allusion to the Town of Clov proving all over the country for 1200 erport by the editor of the Courier Horace Greely Stuart the now Repub- Â¬ An old lady living to the age of 120 Journal a few days since was very un- Â¬ savory Tho editor had occasion to re- Â¬ lican magistrate elect for the Bcwleyvillo years attributes her longevity to n life district was hero Monday and qualified of single blessedness Most women now fer to Local Option being voted here and for tho office he stooped to say in the town of Clov a days would rather dio at fifty than live The thermometer went down to zero erport as if this was not a city and a to 150 years out of matrimony city by law and a city of the fifth class horo last week and that In connection We aro going to have a better busi Â¬ All of this is certainly within tho know- Â¬ with the heavy snow mide all business ness in 05 than wo had in 01 Thats ledge of tho ablo editor and in the future dull for a few days tho feeling If everybody feels that way he should shapo his quill accordingly Largo c owd gaahered at tho Catholic wo will have it If business dont come There is no town of Clovorport church last Christmas morning to be to you just go out and get it present at the exercises Tho church The Soda Ash plant just put in opera- was beautifully decorated Congresssian Goodnight has built tion at Brandenburg promises to be a We havo dissolved partnership All himself a handsome residence at his big thing for that town from a business persons indebted to us will please come home town of Franklin to which he will point of view Brandenburg forward and settle us in securing this great enterprise go when he retires from Congress The Bro Kirk Ky P SiiEiutoN most HcnHiblo thing weve heard of a but her natural advantages entitles her Iercy Beard had to go to Clover creek to it Our mother earth hero could not a distance of throe miles and a Congressman doing for a long time half to meet tho many demands which tho Soda get ico to fill his Ice liouso Ho lias tho You may oak most any woman you Ash projectors demanded of her hence largest house in town and supplies the meet how sho stands on tho money ques- Â¬ It by necessity went to another point summer takers Brandenburg Is so deserving however tion and her invariably answer is I am that we do not envy her in tho least There are so many children burned by for free silver and an unlimited quantity Tho Soda Ash people havo invested thoro catching fire from an open grate that it of it Give a woman plenty of money about 150000 and they employ about should bo a warniug to ull housekeepers sixty hands This makes their pay roll niul shes the happiest being on earth Tho sellers of these very largo and puts lots of money into to use II ro screens Meade county Wo say great is Brand- Â¬ goods can have this notice free fMn Joel H lilo is being favorably enburg Little Marie daughter of Mr and Mrs mentioned as tho most available man in Burrel Beard was badly burned one day I overheard some gentlemen tho other this county to mako tho race for tho last week Sho was at Mrs Jollys stand Â¬ Legislature on tho Democratic ticket day discussing tho feaslbllty of sinking ing neai tho grate when her clothes Ignit- Â¬ an oil well in Clovorport It was there No better material than Joel Ho is a candid opinion that oil could bo found ed Mrs Jolly extinguished the lUmes clean straight man and his Democracy here in a paying quantity and tho ad Â¬ in a short time is pure Joel Jilo could be elected if vent of spring will doubtless reveal some Â¬ tMr and Mrs It S Skillman will go thing in this direction Tho gentlemen ho would consent to mako tho race havo capital behind them and thoy were back to housekeeping this week in the quietly suggesting tho organization of a Mrs Nannie llensloy property They Â¬ The Chatfleld Wocd Paper Com company to begin operations about dog- Â¬ have been boarding for some titm1 but pany Cincinnati 0 nro sending out to wood blossom timo say they prefer housekeeping where the trade a very valuable llttlo they can entertain friends if they desire memorandum book This office is in it receipt of ono for which they have our the formula for making Scotts There Imi been quite a stir around B thanks By tho way this Is ono of tho best Emulsion has been endorsed by F Beard Cos business liouso for sov-Â¬ wholesale paper houses in tho country physiciansof thcwholeworld No eral days Thoy were taking stock and and its u pleasure to do business with secret about it This is one of its otherwise adjusting the past years busi- Â¬ them strongest endorsements But the ness Thoy had several extra men on strongest endorsement possible is duty who were engaged several days The Hawesville Clarion gave Sulzers County Clerk Monarch has his office Christmas display a half column writo in the vital strength it gives all in good Bhapo to tu n over to his up and mentioned the window displays Republican successor next week Mr as being very artistic and the work of an Cunningham was hero last week and ex- Â¬ artist which they were but it left out a ecuted bond and will be on hand for very important feature and that was tho business next Monday It la under- Â¬ namo of tho artist It was no less a per Â¬ stood hero that Mr Thomas McGill will sonage than Mr 11 E B Gregory of this city who lias made quite a reputa- Â¬ nourishes It does more for weak ko in tho office as tils deputy Babies and Growing Children kMr Thomas Adklsson the retiring Several of his tion in this line of work than any other kind of nourish- Â¬ displays havo been copied in tho leading County Judgo leaves for Chlckashaw It strengthens Weak Indian Territory today His family trado Journals and his work compliment Â¬ ment Mothers and restores health to ed very highly by thorn Ed Is a natural preceeded him some time ago The all suffering from Emaciation bom advertising man an Indefatigable Judge will be Bucctedvd next Monday and General Debility worker and deserves much credit for his by Mr Wra Ahl Mr Adklsson Is now For Coughs Coldt Sort Throat Bron work 71 years of ago and was born and reared chltliWakLungConiumptIonBloooJ In this county He has never resided Dr Price Cream Baking Powder Diseases and Lou of Flesh anywhere tbw up to this time 59c sod L AHBruffkti tMlevtNY iMwt Perfect Atate - KY HfWtflHIMifcMitfl UNCLE ALIERT GONE HAMBRICK m A Fine Old Man A Good Citizen Who Will Be Mined By His Many Fritndi His Church Fay A Tribute To Hit Memory Diid at his residence on Dccc mber 8 Uncle Albert Hambrick He Mr U 8mon9 was born in Virginia February 0 182Q Baltimore Md If ho had lived until February ho would havo been seventy five years of age His parents moved to this state when he was -- Severe six years old and with tho exception of a That Tired Fooling few years was spent the remainder of his Headaches No Appetite life in this stato and the most of tho Six Bottles of Hoods Sarsaparllla timo in Meade and Breckenridge coun- Â¬ Bring Back New Life ties Brother Hambrick united A 1th -- 0 1 Hood Co Lowell Mum tho Sand Hill Baptist church at her AuDear Sirs tneioro using Hoods Bampa rllla I was frequently sick and did not know gust meeting 1892 and sinco that time what was the matter wltli me One day I would has lived a life that is a worthy exam eel so Urod I could liardly stand the next I ple for all christian people to follow On would hare a severe headache and so on not motion of Sand Hill Baptist church knowing what the next day would bring forth 1 did not hare any appetite and A S Ashcraft J M Herndon and AD Was Greatly Run Down Ashcraft wero appointed a committee to I tried a good many medicines but they did me Having heard a great deal about draft resolutions on the death of brother no good Hoods BarsaparllU I decided to try a bottle t Albert Hambrick thereupon the commit Â¬ tee report the following Whereas tho Almighty God in his in Â¬ finite wisdom has seen proper to with- Â¬ am glad to say I soon felt better I have now tiled six bottles and feel as well as ever 1 1 has draw from our midst and church brother been of great benefit to me as I have regained Albert Hambrick Therefore bo it ay appetite and Jlctolrat By thp members of this Now Enjoy Good Health lean strongly recommend Hoods Sarsaparllla church that we tender to his friends our M Bvuotff as an excellent blood medicine condolence in their irreparablo loss and 125 Alsqultli Street Baltimore Maryland to tho public our testimonials of his yet act Hoods Pills Uver eaallybowelspromptly and christian walk in life Bo it further SBo mclenUy oa the and lietolttd That a copy of these resolu- Â¬ Licensed to marry William Lyons to tions be recorded in the church book nt Miss Lillian E Duncan James Wright Sandy Hill and a copy bo sent to tho to Mrs Mary E Peak James M Rich- Â¬ Meade County Messenger for publication ardson to Elvina Richardson Tlieophil and also a copy bo sent to tho Brecken us Bennett to Miss Octnvla Bennett ridoe News Done by order of the Archie C Jones to Miss Gallie JCooper church at her December meeting 1891 George D Perkins to Mfes Susan M A S Ashcraft 1 J M Herndox Committee Taul John H Matlingly to Miss Elizi J A D Ashcraft Dattou Thomas Wood to Miss Nancy J Knott Thomas Wright to Miss Laura E Somo folks will think that Dr Bells Stiles Wra E Christian to Miss Nancy Pino Tar Honey Is no better than the Payne Arthur L Atwood to Miss Nan- Â¬ common cough remedies until they try nie L Miller Wm Condor to Miss Em- Â¬ it Then they will know for themselves ma Norton that its the best on earth For sole by Tho now sheriff who takes charge of Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R his olllce next week will find some work II McMullin McDanielsM Meyer to do All tho processes for next term Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino of Circuit Court aro yet to bo executed A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett besides tho other business The sheriff Co Bowley viile Ky W E Brotf n Irv is responsibio for the collection of county Ington Ky Juo P Nichols Garfield levy state revenue and railroad tax Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky which will amount next year to the sum BEWLEYVILLE of 38000 Mr Pato has executed bond will bo ready for business at the and Tho yong folks wero entertained Tues- Â¬ proper time He is the first Republican day evening by Mr and Mrs Charlie sheriff who has been elected in the Pennington county since 1872 He is a young man Miss Ada Drury spent several days in and unmarried Louisvlllo this week t Mr Henry Drury came home to spend Bucklens Arnica Salvo The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts the holidays Henry is preparing him Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRheumFever self for a M D Success to him Mrs Katie Richardson visited her Sores TetterChapped HandsChilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos Â¬ aunt Mrs Alonzo Bennett from Wed itively cures Piles or no pay required nesday to Sunday morning Mr Heron is spending this week with It is guaranteed to give perfect satisÂ¬ faction or money refunded Price 25 Miss Lucy Frank cents per box For sale by A R Fisher Mrs Bob McGIothlan also visited bor Assessed Value of Bsilroads In homo folks a few days Howard Drury who has been quite Breckenridge County sick is improving Assessment of railroadsin Breckenridge Miss Uia Stitli hits been on tho sick county aud incorporated towns of same list several days for 1S94 as returned to Auditor by tho r A few friendsdlned at Mr W H Cains Railroad Commissioner the 20 The occasion was a birthday eel LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS ebratlon TEXAS Mr Blanford gave an X mas dinner 20 20 miles 105 000 1250 3810 Branch 1000 152100 Thursday Other property 12 500 Miss Lena Drury visited friends in the vicinity of Irvington Wednesday Thurs Â¬ Total 520 000 day and Fridav STEPHEN SPORT YL T Stith was taken suddenly ill Sat 37 mile 12500 4 025 urday He is right sick but a jolly live Other property 500 ly fellow all the same Old Santa Claus has been among us Total 5125 once more Nothing gives us more hap Â¬ CLOVE RIOnT piness than to witness the pleasure Ills 132 miles S12500 10 500 annual visits give to our little ones Other property 10 000 May he live long and never fail to give 20 500 us a can as lie passes along Total The snow clouds emptied themselves llllKCKENIUDcmCOAl ROAD Brcckeniidgo county last weunesuay anu gave us tho beautl 7 miles 2000 14000 ful X mas wo read about This aero Other property weather makes us shiver and shake 760 considerably We hover around the fire 14 760 Total and feel very thankful for indoor com- Â¬ CLOVERPORT forts but somo of our plans for good 5 miles 2000 1000 times have been somewhat brokon into Other property 750 Bewleyvlllo Sabbatii School deserves tho blue ribbon The same might be Total 1750 said of tho Ep worth League but when There is good reason for the popularity saloons are open day and night it bo of ChamberlainsCough Remedy Davis hooves christian people to be awake and Buisard of West Monterey Clarion Co terribly in earnest Aa we turn over Pa say It lias cured people that our now loaves this New Year time may we physicians could do nothing for Wo all bo in earnest and true to all good res persuaded them to try a bottle of Cham Â¬ olutions Truly berlains Cough Remedy and they now Golden Rod recommend it with tho rest of us 25 I will sell to the highest bidder Janu- Â¬ and 50 cent bottles for sale by A It ary 20 1805 in Bewleyville Kentucky on Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe a credit of ton months 10 per cent of for A Board Hnrdinsbuiy Ky cash one bIx year old bay inaro warrant- Â¬ ed to woik well anywhere One three A Happy New Year Mattincily Kv Dec 28 1804 Dear year old Denmark filly broke to work Editor Minuto after ralnuto links tho and saddlo Two three year old mules Will also on advent of nnothor New Year to tho long both have been worked chain of years marking our past lives same day to the highest bidder sell or and like them too it will form for us rent my store house in Bewleyville sold 75 cash balance one and two another golden clasp to tho book of life If years with Interest from date House in iu our heavenly homo If spent gathering pearls for heaven as well as for earth good repair size 80x30 ft 110000 cash Fine opening for May it bring for you and also each dear business established of 1500 or 13000 Will give reader of the Nkwb the brightest gems a capital posesaion In ten days of Gods bcblng Therefore a happy W N Drury happy New Yearin all our achievements and hopes May our Omnipotent fathor All Free strew our future paths witli tho moat who have used Dr Kings New Those beautiful flowers of his blessing and may our pilgrimage be c owned at tlo end of Discovery know its value and those who now have the coming year with a bright gailand of try not have Call the opportunity to on the advertised it Free good works Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Free As each short year rolls by It brings Send your name and address to II E sorrow and sadness to many and Joy and Bucklen Co Chicago and get a sam Â¬ gladness to others And now I sincerely ple box of Dr Kings New Life Pills bono that at tho close of the coming Free as well as a cpy of Guide to year we may all feel that It has not been Health and Household Instructor Free a yoar jiasaed in which we havo accom Â¬ All ol which U guaranteed to do you plished no good works Let us all strive good and cost you Both lag A R Fish Â¬ to do all the good we can the coming year for remember our works remain Ih ers drug store this world long after we are dead These and many mora blessings do I wlh for ROYAL BmkJng Powder you dear editor and also eah dear Mghit mil Jm reader of the Niws 1804 u Abreast The Times Is our 9 Run Down SHOE LINE Â¬ Â¬ Bad Egg 1894 will go down to posterity aa tho i year of Vicissitudes hard trials checkered careers etc etc tribulations HoodsCures We Cant Complain Sold More Shoes iTi Vif Than Ever Before Were too What has been tho causo modest to claim it Was it our good looks Must havo been tho or our winning ways SHOES wo sell Dont you think Â¬ Â¬ Shoes Boots 4 P Â¬ Rubbers VEST HOLT Mr Reuben Reynolds is on tho sick list VBorn to tho wife of Gabo Pierce a twelve pound boy J H Weathtrholt went to Owensboro on business to day Rafe Cox and Zim Stith Tobinsport were in town Sunday Miss Forrle Hardin visited friends In Owensboro last week Miss Lula Tate Tobinsport is visiting the family of J II Weatherholt Miss Fredia Rledel was the guest of Miss Itary Weatherholt Sunday Miss Nannie Russell Tobinsport was the guest of Miss Rosa Miller Sunday Elmer Boultlngbouso and sister Miss Lydia Addison were visiting hero Sun day Mrs Annie Moorman and children vis- Â¬ ited her parents here during the holi Â¬ days Will A Smith of Owensboro spent a few days last week with friends at this placo ATTORNEY AT LAW CLOVERPORT KY with Darld R Murray Iron Bridge Office Gtis Brown P0R SALE Â¬ East end of For Sale on eajr pavmentt oe of the beat butlncti tand on the K St L T Rallioad In Meade county Apply at once to Mri Ellen YeagerJui Duncan atrect Louliville Ky or It II LcUrand Guaton Ky William Hudaona Ilelra Breckenridge Circuit Court 5 On Petition All persona having clalraa agalnat the Kttate ol William Hudson deceased are hereby notl fled to produce them before me properly proven at my office in Ilardinsburg on or before the lit Monday In February 1S95 Given under my hand a Commissioner of said Court this 6th day of December 1S04 V O nAKUAOH ST C JI C C J Dissolution of Partnership To whom it may concern Notice la hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned under the fiim name and style ot tha rvlngton Milling Company Is hereby disaolved by mutual consent The business of said firm will be settled by It M Jolly and Walterl Plggott December 0 1891 1 Â¬ over-reache- d t vest-pock- FOR 20 YEARS Scotts Mr and Mrs J II Payne Tobinsporti Bpent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J Black John Sampley and Lee Woods Clover- Â¬ port Bpent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Addison WtfTc Tin I us house and most of the contents were destroyed by fire week beÂ¬ fore last A defective flue it was sup- Â¬ posed was the cause No insurance Mercury standing at zero part of tho time and still those notorious weather prophets are trying to make us believo the present moon is a dry warm ono To our esteemed friend and correspon- Â¬ dent from Persimmon Flat who uses his pen so skillfully I wish to tender my sincere thanks for bis kind favor which appeared in these columns some two weeks ago in regard to somo property some ono of this place had lost Wheth Â¬ er or not the same baa been returned I am unable to say but rather think it has or else it has been found and in safe keeping by the right person as every one seems to bo very cheerful at present Will he now be so obliging and tell us what is the matter with Mr Walter K of his neighborhood whom I ave seen so often in times past wandering up one of those beautiful little valleys iu Hooeler searching for Daises Many times too long past the hour of bedtime have I been disturbed from my much needed rest by him passing by wending his Way homeward I have heard It talked a great deal around here that be baa got so tenderfooted of late from travelingjho pike bo muck that he is most afrald to venture over any more without taking some one with him to help him out in case the hounds should get to crowding hlin too close It M WJ Piooott 1IC KNAFr Jolly V New Partnership MA To all whom it inav concern Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned d al T nflalad hum Iu under the firm name and style of the Irvingtoh V u win on a general milling and other business err jintown In the I iujv taill - X of Irvington Urcckenridge county Kentucky and lo1 continue unill mutually or otherwise dissolved December 10 1S94 W J IlOCOTT It Si Jolly a NOTICE Strayed rom owner a gray mare about ten years old with small apeik In right eye Said mare is la ge bone rough made Left home Do 6 iSyi The finder will notify WlUUm UallowotbtephensportKy by mall or deli very of mare and receive cash reward 15 00 She was last seen coming in the direction of llardjns- burg WILLIAM HALLOW Louisville St Louis -- Texas R R Co TIME TaklHgSCHEDULE - tTO 22 U Effect At6Q0 oclckA Wut Sound Trairu Mall SI Sandaj Daq 17 1S93 Sail Sound Tram 58 Kiprs Kiprs Pally Dally 099pm 7 4m STATIONS Mail m Pally 8 30pm 8 IS 7 S3 r Kxprj Kipr Dally 46pm lil S 12 na-- - JHL oto TU 730 747 OIW IvUnn pHar Kentucky St 140 76 83 60 W 17 Ss 9 1004 1411 BtH 813 8M West Point HMm Howard U47 780 Roe Haven 11 Si 714 7 07 Long Branch 1194 Brandenburg it 16 Kron Ouston Irvlngtosi Lo4lburg ttaiaple IM S ISO 9M Wetr J4t 1068 1080 1041 6 40 6 39 b SM il iJ i M Srj 5 614 V5B J8 A 9 iios IH sit 817 864 so iao Ml us MIM Stepkeaseatt A UuSeT Cleverpwt SI HawMvlM iaao 1011 10 Ol 1068 AW fil fi 5o J9 JRl Emulsion B 1M t Uvwlg COUHTTA WaTHIdflTOK Every person big little old or yetiBg leqa UM Petri Valmi IS black or white rich or poor who lias LewMfxHt evor used Dr Bells Pise Tar Honey pro Powers nouaee it the beat eottgh and lasg rem Â¬ Pats S loo Owsasfcere edy oh earth Its true too so we 1 antee For sale bySriwt Allay aCwv S37 erpwtDr R H McMullin MeDlU wipIftgW 7tt 7 ISO J 23 M Meyer 4 Co Buns Geo Heper Basslia CoastaBtiae A Taylor Rosetta Drwry iij iiL 11 Nun Sadist Headsrsa Iv Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W ft Brown Irvtogtoo Ky Jao P Xiehok Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Jam Fried j quite aiqkat Uie LruJ Ky ofhla skMAta at Victoria tg0 II if I l ll ni -- Jk taBa i II MM V - u Awarded Highest Honorg Warld Flr SW - IPA Sg Henry Matin Is at home frcm Gcth Beuinno for the holidays Mr When you want spectacles go to Slioit T Herndon and son John havo handsome presents and reciprocity treat Â¬ ies by tho score If our little vlllago has A Haynes returned to Ackron Ohio had a Rip Van Winkle nap sho has Come In and get some wnrm Tho pupils or tho M E S S had a aroused to metropolitan liveliness for treat of o auges last Sabbath ono week anyhow If wo old folks do n In town on Tho lowest and Mr and Mrs K T Alexander have re- Â¬ think there Is no real antebellum X mas feed at Perkins turned from a visit to Louisville now tho young ones dont bcllcvo it but Sco our g cat storm shoes you will Mrs II O Woodson had a good many despite our progress in many directions need n pair Sulzers relatives to dinner last Thursday it docs seem that all fertile ingenuity LAlck Moorman and Nace Lewis took Geo Woolfolk was hero last week to and all skill havo beon exhausted to im- Â¬ In Louisville last week provise something new in the way of J P Beverly is working sixty mgroes assist Mr II O Woodson to invoice In his factory stemming tobacco The beautiful and tho Artio wave amusement for children But ono tiling certain they are no longer relegated to Tills week wo start a great clearaneo were not acceptable X mas presents tho back ground for our little men and MOST PERFECT MADE sale on Christmas goods SulzVs M Us Daisy Mclntyro spent last week A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Begin Ibo year right by trading with at home Sho has a large class at Ekron women occupy an important space on Free from Ammonia Alum orany other adulterant the stage and we seo moro than one Sulzers and hold fast to that w hlch is Joo McGehe came homo last Sunday Lord Fauntleroy Diavolo Angolfca and 40 YEARS THE STANDARD good night from Louisvillo for n few days off they are tho very ones for the Ingenious You can lie sweetly dreaming when Notice to Subscribers Miss Vlrglo declined her trip to Louis- Â¬ minds of this nineteenth century to make you crawl under a pair of our blankets The date on the label Indicates the time to VIrgto couldnt forego tho pleas-Â¬ suitable provisions for ville which your subtcrlptlon la paid This aervea Sulzers ures hero both at a receipt n expiration notice every LJrfrs J D Babbngo has a sacred lllly week Kxamlne the date printed after Your PERSONAL A number of tho teachers In both Sun name on the margin of thla paper and aes if it la with twenty full blooms on it aud more correct If not correct please to let us know if day Schools were kindly remembered by buds to bloom your time has expired please renew at once Felix Elder went to Loulirllle Monday 01 Mattlugly and Clias Pato went to their pupils Mrs Hunter retained to Sample yesterday for Skating and coasting in order Make Irvington yesterday to build a barn hoy while tho sun shines tho weather Mr Dowell Jack Moorman Is at homo from Owensboro If your eyes hurt you to read you clerk ie fickle WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1895 8 L Suiter Cannelton was rn the city Sun Â¬ need a pair of spectacles Short Little Guy Hardin spent Christmas day Haynes have them with his papa at Mr and Mrs Morgan LOOAL BREVITIES Stlas Pale aherllT elect was In the city Mon day More and more to follow tho others Richardsons home Dates at Riedel A Cos who havo just been outfitted with good Jesse IUnklns went to Stephensport yester I beg Miss Georgia Leo Mattlnglys Kem Kom tho grcnt coal saver Sul warm clothing at Sulzets pardon for it was sho who wed J H A day zors Milt Miller tiampte was In the city yester Â¬ Mrs Eliza Taylor Roeetta lias been Instead of Miss Rosie Tho city council meets next MonJay qulto sick for several days with erysipe- Â¬ Miss Agnes Worland has returned day night Cturlnoy Duncan retumej to Louisville las but we aro glad to ham that she is from a visit to Breckenridgo county acÂ¬ Canned goods ot every kind nt the improving Sunday companied by Mr Frank Carter City Bakeryr Mr and Mrs C W Moorman are at homo Judgo Murray was very much better Mr Geo Yeakel spent tho holidays in Navigation on tho river Is closed on yesterday and seems to be improving a Louisville with his family He present- Â¬ from Louisville account of Ice little every day His friends are hope Â¬ ed his daughters an elegant piano Mr Jas E Illner of Stephensport was In Pocket book pointers given free by ful for his recovery Charlie Casperko ate Christmas dinner the city yesterday 8ulzers tills week Chris Perrigo and fa nlly returned from Tho Louisvillo Cattle Market was fair- Â¬ at home He and Will have returned to M Ilnmman came near being left at ly activo yesterday but lower prices pre- Â¬ their business in Louisville and Anchor- Â¬ Stephensport yesterday Cannelton Ind last week Is visiting her Miss Donahue Louisville Riedel Co bavo a clioico lot offrult vailed on all grades Hogs market firm age sister Mrs J T Qaltlgan at 4 J for best packers and candy for tho holidays Czarina neck buckles lace chiffon This week wo want to crown every- Â¬ Its money wo want its too much rosettes frills and fluffs To be out of Eli Dcane passed up on the train yesterday stock wo have wo begin this week in fashion is to be out of tho world dont returning home from Owensboro body with our storm caps Sulzers Mr John Jablne St Louis was visiting Dont stand and shiver when over- Â¬ our clothing and shoo department n apply hero but chic great clearance sale Sulzers coats are selling so cheap Sulzers Tho atmosphere Is rose colored with his mother Mrs R L Neirsvm Monday C S Crosson T L Wroe Barney Ilohler Caleb L Hawkins was in town Friday Prof T M Hawes will givo a reading new resolutions and the inevitable new and renewed his subscription for 05 and recitation exercise at Irvington Mon- Â¬ leaf much creased from previous turning and 0 T Sklllman went to Louisville Sun- Â¬ day Henry Clemen from Caunclton is ex- Â¬ day January 14th at 0 30 p m Thero is once more turned over Mr Walton Wheeler who has been spend Â¬ pected to visit Father Niobaus tho 0th will bo no charge at the door Every Â¬ Â¬ Hugh Ditto a progressive young busi- ing tho holilaya at Rome returned home Sunbody Invited to attend iJjBob Tolk over at Sulzers has a suit on ness fellow camo up from Owensboro day Ills bauds The trial will come up toÂ¬ Sun- Â¬ and spent the holiday week with his Both tho metbodlst and Baptist Miss Noah Patterson of Cannelton was day day schools of this city bad a treat for parents Mr and Mrs J K Ditto the guiit of her grand parents Mr nud Mrs It will be a colder day than Clovcrport their membors last Sunday Fruits can Will Grinnell says they all ate for two Noel has eeen yet when Suzers will bo ur dies and nuts were distributed and the hours at tho Gait House Wc uncon- Â¬ Mrs Geo Dently went to Owensboro Mon dersold little ones woro delighted ventional unceremonious folks heave a day to spend several days with her fatbor Mr 25 cents worth you Remember every Hugh Ditto sends us a 1 for tho News sigh of relief that wo were not at table de P S Miller buy you get a guess at that 40 bicycle Mc- - hote for 05 He is with Phillips Bros Mrs Caldwell Norton of Louisvillo spent Sulzers Atce Owensboro and we are glad to say Tho young peoplo havo had some flno Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs J Corn hay baled oats shipstuQ flour is doing well not only for himself but sleighing Will McGoheo had a double O Stephens Addison and meal always on hand at Perkins lor his employes who like him and his team which accommodated six young la Â¬ Miss Nerii Muflet of Tar Fork spent the feed store work dies and Will was in tho swim decid- Â¬ holidays with her uncle and aunt Mr and Nobe Pato the meat man Mr Thomas L Wroe says in regard to edly Mrs Noell Clovcrport was on tho streets again Monday with tho new paper for Cloverport that ho has Miss Daisy Weller of Louisville and Miss VKbbt and Chas Moremen spent some very fine beef selected the outfit and hopes to get ready Christmas at homo Robt has a pew Annie Qrlulth Owensboro are the guests of Ladies wearing shoes number 13 13J in about two weeks for the first issue mandolin Charlio a guitar and they Dr and Mrs S S Watkins X 1 and 2 can find some special bargains Tho News wishes the new enterprise suc- Â¬ wero more musical if possible than for- Â¬ Mrs Sam Keith and three children ctuuup cess in advance this week Sulzers frem Owensboro Monday to spend New Year merly with grand mi and grand pa Mrs J II Rowland delighted her general Manager A M McCracken Will Howard Will Grinnell and Dee Mr and Mrs M II Heard were in the city nieces and nephews Monday with on offers a reward of 50 for the arrtst of Pusey accompanied Tom Pusoy to Louold fashioned candy pulling tho party or parties who wrecked tho isville en route to Chicago and were Sunday Mrs Beard will remain the guest of Thos Kendall is pounding away day train tit the brick plant hero just b foro guests to dinner at tho Gait House given her sisters for several days Clarence Redman operator at tho depot and night at his new gas well He is Christmas- - Hanging would be too good by Dr Will Pusey returned from Leltohfield Monday where he for tho scoundrels down something over 250 feet Mr and Mrs James Falrlelgh had a Its money wo need its money we pleasant visit to their daughter Mrs has been spending the holidays Haynes have the largest 8hort Miss Lee Farnell who has been visiting her cheapest and best assortment of spec Â¬ must havo lots of it weve got the Wathcn Little Jennie and Flagie sent stock we are going to reduce it como my little ones a kind remembrance from sister Mrs J U Racdall for several months tacles over brought to Cloverport returned to her home In Ohio Monday this week come to day first comei first their home in Owensboro The thermometer is not the only thing Mlchaol rs Extra flno kraut nt Suleersi California prunes at tho City Bakery Iophnins latest Is cAlled Alfred BRANDENBURG Mohby io hll essehllai of the holiday season ahd everybody wic Ills to havo it hero to somo extent this A D 1811 I have heard of an unusual number of SlROCCO Snow and socials are tho order of tho day at this writing more suow than socials After tie Holidays Tho Hashing of sabers tho crossing of swords the dleclmrgc of musketry in an oratorical sense ntlll rocks tho j olllical CREAM BAKING POWDER Breckenridge News out-of-to- Â¬ that is dropping as you know if you are posted on Sulzers clothing prices YBOtTTierce is in fine Bhapo to keep Ho has just filled cool next summer his ice house with a fine- lot of ice Beyond the shadow of doubt this week will bo a great mpney raising sale in our clothing department Sulzers A cyclone storm driven clearance mle unequalcd in the history of our clothing department this week Sulzers All this delightful snow and not a sleigh bell jingling Whats tho matter with the youngsters of this town any Â¬ how i - v - -- About fifty persona met at tho Elm Street Methodist church to watch tho pltf year go out Rev Shelly conducted the meeting Rich Mattingly fays yesterday was the Some fellow coldest day of the year disputed it Rich said why lean prove it tP you for its tho first day The small boys and girls liavo had a delightful wcok of coasting Dick Witt and Lisha Collins are as young and ac- Â¬ tive in the sport as tho youngest W II Morton Is preparing to furnish this town with early spring vegetables from his farm near here His land is especially adapted for that purpose William Embry went to Louisville Monday to buy a set of stone cutters tools lie is working at tho Ashby quar- Â¬ ry and makes l n day cutting stone A good woman was out yesterday look Â¬ ing to bco if there wasnt moss on the backs of thoso persons who were present at the Hwatch meeting Monday night Lost at tho Cloverport depot lat Wednesday morning a ladles brown felt hat Tho flndor will please leavo same at Rov W B Rutltdgoa or at the News OfllCQ Sj C Solomon yard man at tho Acme Plant left for his home in West Virginia Monday Ho will probably re- turn In the spring Ho ia a flno brick roan and knows his business thoroughly BricV J - Sy Carlton Cornwoll foreman of the Ga- Mtte Middletown N J believes that Chamberlains Cough Remedy should b Jh every homo He used it for a cold effected a speedy cure Ho says s V It Is Indeed a grand remedy I can recommend to all I have also seen it used for whooping cough with the beet 25 and 60 cent bottles for sale results by A R Flaber Cloverport Ky nod iKiuclieloe and Board IlaruiBebtirg Ky rre Worlds Fair Tests showed Mo m pur or so great In alng power m im ffoymt bklg pewr ltv served big bargains in shoo and cloth Â¬ My music pupils remembered me most ing department Sulzers beautifully on Christmas and on Thurs- Â¬ The Owensboro City Council has made day night I had them all with me to on an appropriation for the purchase of a old fashioned candy pulling Eula Nea couple of bloodhounds for tracking up fus made the candy and shes a profess- Â¬ criminals It wouldnt bo a bad thing ional in tho business sure for this town to do It would put an end License Jamea A Arnold to Georgia to all tho petty thieving that is conntant Leo Mattingly Jacob C Sbacklett to ly going on here Mattle Leo Roberts John T Cundiff to It seems hardly possible but neverthe Â¬ Lillie A ShacklottiE K Shultz to Mat less it is true that on an average every tie E Willett Colored Sam Foushee fifty fifth person you meet wears W L to Millie Keen Clay Duncan to Amanda Douglas shoes Did you ever realize Wright what an immense undertaking it Is to Miss Bertha Lewis is visiting Miss Nel Â¬ supply ono articlo of wearing apparel to lie McGeheo and will be tho attendant over one million people at Miss Nellies marriage to Mr Tom Tho prohibition movers nut at the Jenkins of Louisvillo to day at half past Baptist church Monday night to hear tho two Jan 2 1805 at the resldenco of Mr report of tho committees Enough and Mrs W O McGohee A number of names havo been secured something invitations have been issued and it will over 200 on all the petitions and aa soon bo quite a social event The couple will as tho necessary funds can be secured leave on the east bound train tho same application will bo mado to the County evening for Louisville Judge to submit tho question to a voto As I close tho Old Year is ebbing out The election will likely como off in Ninety Four has held lor mo all the sor-Â¬ March row that can come to a womans heart and I can never wonder again what a E W Bagby a prominont lawyer of New Year will bring to me And I have Paducah Ky says that Dr Bolls Pine but ono wish to bo reconciled and reÂ¬ Tar Honoy cured his children of whoop Â¬ signed But as you my friends step ing cough when all things elso failed across tho threshold of Ninety Five you It a a new romedy for all coughs For salo by Short A Ilaynes Cloverport j Dr wonder naturally what is in store and R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer I hope only pleaeant things bright Co Buras Geo Hoyscr Constan Â¬ things faithful friends and more love tino A Taylor Rosotta Drury Bennett than ever awaits you A Co Bowfeyvllle Ky W E Brown I havo been completely snow bound Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky for tho week I Imujjlno it must have been just such weather as suggested that Church Notes lovely poem Snow bound by Whlttler To night at tho Baptist church there and so beautifully dedicated to his will be a special prayer meeting in the mother It has been an ideal week for interest of tho Prohibition movement meditation and reading to ono who is Let everybody come thus disposed Hore came Will McGoheo Tho regular business meeting of tho with tils sleigh and asked me to ride Baptist church will be Friday night A which broke a reverie aud includes tho full attendance ia desired only recreation Ive had Wasnt that We desire the preeerco of the mem ulce in Will to think of old people Ill bore of the Beptlet church at the Sunday say all aorta of nlcu things to somebody School next Sunday morning aa the Su Â¬ for him perintendent wants to get ijie school Mr and Mrs Fonnie Rhodes gave tho regulated for next years work first large affair of the season on Thurs Â¬ Prayer meeting at the Elm Street day night a cotillion party Society Methediet church Thursday night wae out in full forctthd girl In evening Thero will be a business meeting of drees and the bude and full blown rosea roeee looked cbarralBg to Im told by the EpwortU League Friday night Ort Fri Â¬ tlijc Cath Â¬ oie who la a competent Judge Christmas wm celebrated at day night the same FindtttvU circle olic etiHKh with preat blender At 5 oclock a raHbe first IHgbroaw wm met at Mr and Mrs Wm Rhodes to to wr At 10 a m a large atteflikaee trip with merry feetwere Bodewtadt Both entertainments proBeuneed worshipped delightful and ever body wae jolly aa f Niebaiu intends te ge te Cin intended Fairer and right Innocent amuse Â¬ elRRSvJ to eelebrate hie tethers 91st ment aa b essential a tonie for the aalad WrUuli January let aa sure enough bitten to build up the HeryltsM at the Catuette church Jag phyeieal eyeUra at tinea ia reeewmeiMi uary Mk Be ye tempetate in all thlnyu ed The Hpslc and singing on Chiietmasf Our young people believe and practice it at the Oalholie church wee grand here atmosphere around Oak ftrovc New Highland church is without n poetor Rov White who has not missed a slnglo monthly appointment there In three years having resigned Wathcn Miller Columbia Ky Henry Sbacklett Louisville Gabo Board Prince toil Charley Nevitt camo home to enjoy tho Christmas holidays and at- Â¬ tended tho party at Mr and Sirs I lance Hamiltons Old Santa Claus didnt slight tho ark in his rounds he left a present In tho shapo of a 10 lb boy Noah is all smiles Geo whiz what a funny Christmas gift Ho nover brought me anything but a sack of smoking tobacco lie hung that on tho Christmas tree Entered into his rest at the advanced ago of 00 Mr Haden Moreman of near Paynesville Sunday morning tho 10th ult Undo Haden as ho was familiar ly called was twice married His first wife was Lucinda daughter of David Richardson deceased His last wife who survives him was a widow and will leavo Kentucky soon to join her son Aaron Sherrll in Indiana where she will mako her future home It was n select audlcnco made tip of peoplo of both sexes Sho was cornered off in an isolated part of the room listening to words low and sweet such words as Heaven nlone is fit to hear when somo one called her attention to the fact that an old acquaintance was at the door at the other een of tho room and wanted to see her Sho tripped across the room and spread tho door widoopen Geo whiz I Well ho was mighty glad to Bee her talked of tho beautiful days long ago when you and I wero young Maggio Sho soon lost her brightest sweetest smile and camo darn near losing her temper She didnt tell him to call again and when ho had dis- Â¬ appeared tho laid osido the broom stick that alio had impulsively clutched but tho expression still lingered on her usually placid face The other fellow had gone also Wo all tried to pacify her and told her that Barney would come back again but sho wouldnt pacify worth a cent until tho door opened againwhcnIn stopped Barnoy Discomfiture vanished like a day dream We left tho scene thinking to ourselves All is well that ends well U Tho house warming nt Mr and Mis Hance Hamiltons tho ivening of tho 22nd ult was enjoyed very much by tho youth tho aged tho doctor tho lawyer by people from tho metropolis to the uttermost parts of tho county In fact the chief city and rural districts were well represented Our host and hostess together with their genial sons and daughter used every effort possible in welcoming tho many invited guests and entertaining thorn in their usual pleae Â¬ ant urbano style Tho houso was crowded to its utmost capacity Messrs James Bland and Thos Hamilton camo out from town to renow their youth it being tho first paity of tho kind thoy had honored since the halcyon days of yore Mrs Bland accompanied her hus- Â¬ Mrs Dr Rial Cannelton who has been band so he didnt get a chance to make spending the holidays with her parents Mr Mr Hamiltons daughter a mash and Mrs Alex Boyd returned horns yester Â¬ was with him so ho confined himself to day tho cloak room where ho enjoyed his Messrs D 0 and RIchrrd Herndon enter Â¬ pipe and discussed sanctiflcatiou with tained Miss Lafayette Lallelst to dinner at Georgo Dowden and others who wero the Langbam House Boston Massachusetts Bhut off from joining in tho plays by tho Christmas day presence of members of their homo circle Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad and son Shelby To nil present except our young friend returned Saturday from Mt Pleasant Mo Jim Dugan who was taken with a chill Mr Conrad says game is quite plentiful In soon after his arrival time seemed to that seetton pass pleasantly till tho chanticleers Mr and Mrs J Scott Vance returned Sun Â¬ shrill clarion herald tho midnight hour day night from Pierce City Mo where they when many sad hearts at parting have been visiting Mi parents Mr Vance betook themselves to their respective reports an excellent time homes to court the goddess of sleep and Mr John Olbson and Napoleon Robinson dream of the 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is the time loiPush Th ings and as wc make a r A T I UL p p Everything From a Shoo string to a Wedding Trousseau MUST GO AT ONCE Our Holiday Trade was Good but our Stock was Large i There is Plenty Left You can make a neat saving by trading now SULZERS J C NOLTE Assignee A Happy ITew Year to You All THREE MONTHS ABSOLUTELY FEEE THE St Louis Globe Democrat mMTmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Eight Pages Each Tuesday and Friday Sixteen Pages Every Week Beyond all comparison the biggest family Journal published in America Will bo sent to any reader of this best and brightest news and Price One Dollar a Year FIFTEEN MONTHS FOR ONE DOLLAR paper not no7V This blank must be ordinary oiler with one dollar Registered Letter B a subscriber to The used to securo benefit of this extraGloije-Dkmo-cu- Â¬ sfillf IT nilT It is worth three months frco subscription in your namo Post Ofiico and State and UlJ 9 II UU 9 Fill mail Post Oflicc or Express Monoy Ordor or Bank Draft direct to GLOBE PRINTING CO St Louis Mo Sample copies of Tur Gionr DrMocrtAT will ho sent froo on application To GLOBE PRINTING OO St Louis Mo Herewith find 100 for which send to address given below The Glohk Demociut twice every week for fifteen months as per your special offer to readers of The BnixKExmnaE News published at Clovorport Ky Name of Subscriber Post Ollco ORDER BL-A-IfcT- il Statu lie sure to use this blank It is worth throe months free subscription Lodlburg returned from Illinois yesterday where they had been to ste the tatters brother who wss paralysed some time ago They re Â¬ port him better Beautiful facet of those that wear Whole souled honesty painted there Baby Butledge to Santa Glaus Dkar Santa You were so very kind to mo on Christmas morning as to bring me a nlco suit of warm clothes a prttty little red chair somo raonoy and other nico trinkets Now I must thank you for making my first Christmas in this world so very bright and happy I only wish I could have given somo of tho pleasure that you gave me to some of my brother babies that he ver heard ol you and dont know thero is any Santa Clans Mamma and papa want to thauk you for tho many good things you brought them also They say this is tho second Urbroken at the sacred chaina of nature timo you have overwhelmed them with That llnke the J airing elements In peace showers of blessings for which they aro Whether with reason or with Initlnct licit not able to express their gratitude but All enjoy that power that suits them best Now well let by gones bo by gones will in their feeblo way try to do you the d ad past bury lis dead but in good Wishing you dear Santa a happyNow acting in the living present propose to glvo tho happenings in tho country Year I am your dovoted little friedd around in a atyloWu think best Bulled ItUTLKIKIK BaIIV to please tho mosses not tho claws Good Old Granny Mecalf80 years old Our motto shall ever be living at 018 Monroo street Paducah hllll hold to truth bo firm and Juit Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honoy Refuting every base compliance Is the best grip cure cough lung and Our praise within above our trust And live and die In icll reliance bronchial remedy that has been offered bo Meado county Democrats Wo to the people during her llfo Guaran- Â¬ llovo in equal rights to all oxclusivo teed and sold by Short A Hay nee Clover- Â¬ privileges to none In tho House of port DrRIIMcMulllnMcDanIelsi M Representative August 4 1850 Hon A Meyer A Co Buras Geo Heyser Con II Cragln of Now Hampshire delivered stantlie A Taylor Roeetta Drury Ben a speech on tho abolition of slavery tho nett Co Bewleyville W E Brown laltor part of which I think apropos of Irvington Kyj Jno V Nichols Gar the present political situation I nil flf Id Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky recapitulate it as thero la not much in it that will rufile the feelings of a tender Â¬ A Card Of Tfaaaki however I will mako a few We wish through your foot Ma Editob We aro in tho midst of a breaks paper to thank our friends for the very political revolution It is n necessary ajesereus and substantial way ia which purifier Let it go on Whin tho at they remembered us X mas motmhere Ik comes putrid with disease 8 0 Shbllkt and wira the thunder and lightning aro necessary George Wagaaaet near Stophetuport to remove the seeds of death So in waa in the eity yesterday and advanced this Republic When dangers lurk in mm subeeripUon to 15 every avenue to the citadel of llbetty Â¬ Aftor repeated solicitations by ray frionds to send in tho news from the allow mo placo of destructive winds to enter tho columns again Though I como not with knee in suppllanco bent to thoso whom nature Bccms to have beon over kind in possessing with a dls posllon to kick and at tho Bamo time leaving em minus tho power writo to tho editor to stop Sirocco or stop their paper That looks bad Give up all tho good reading In tho News cut off your You at- Â¬ nose to Bplte your face seo tract just about as much notoriety as tho fellow who stuck his finger in tho Ohio river and when he pulled It out looked for the hole There was no perceptible impression Tho river flowed on and murmured to tho sea Senn Aekermann Brewing 1ItOIltUJTOHS Co MAIN STRERTBRRWERY EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use tiiiiiiom fljb HIYIN ST it to to mo 132 uixs j Tlio Best Shoes LOUISVILLE KY tor the Least Honey WHf UU A Amwr W L DOUGLAS s7 Bvt - I Itt vet KTJBBBP1BB jBSBBBBBBBJ I ttff n max lw tfsWV alLaV- sms- Mr BBSSSSBSSSSSSSSK- sWte wrr r illi o MJHIS IS THE ay-r-v- vsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssaaaKui Lnnincllnl nirnnil Nm SS4360 Knoraroo NL S3OOF0lM5Mf 3 S2 xlw S2BO 170 2 BEsnlfcUJW jou W Douglas sj0 - Over One Million leoplo wear tho W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoe3 Ai our sihoesi nr cqunllr Ther Klve tba test vsJua for tho money satUfaclorr WaVW in inr t cquu cusiozu moesaro style sad HI uaiurpaueJ Thtlr wearing qualities The prices are uniform stamped oo sole VVSBL - t ivui IIUJ9J MtTcu oTer oiuer mases VT B it jour uBiitr cannot tuppij jou we can vjsftm Cordovan French I0IM WeillflglrWIl BovsSchotlShMt USUI SJ ZbU SZMd 3175 your dealer cannot supply U write or catalogue L j SAd 3Utftl7 VaXL FIT FOR A KING -- l - sru rt vtw llrocklon Unas SL SULZtR Clovvcrport Ky solemnity nnd dignity of prayer Rear your defenses 0 freemen Plnco upon all tbo watch towers bravo and truo mon men who know their rights and knowing dare maintain tbem Tho day that witnesses tho t iumph of liberty in this mighty struggle will be reneia bered in all coming history and posterity will call those blessed who enlist for freedom m it always does those who with brave hearts and Inw battle ter tlva rlgkt 1 nothing but a political revolution can save ua from calamity Tlio blood which ojul has stnlneil tho ree Boll ol tlio lloor of tho Senate chamber wan Deeded aa an atonomcut or tho post mon I tlio eacrlllco servility of shall provo eflicacious u exterminating tbo race of doughfaces it is not too much The crisis is oho of awful mo- Â¬ ment 1 Men of tbo tbo iutef eftts of freedom are confided to you Tho welfare of tho Itepubliu kpetfa upon youractlonl 11iaikl4eiioJacofltlHeit hattKWpo yourueclalont ThekopMOf Arise arise J t brave I unboK million survlv or perish by Ami 1st your warcrv be bo- yourvotMl Action ia such a case re lr speech Ir ana i come Godlike and Voting rises to Hhorreiinnjh itwy 1 1 mJI f tasM J -- ieftA i ii iE iriaunMSrwH miniiiiwmwiiriirt-nr- - 111 till n i lT M l THK BREOKKNRIDGE mMmmsMBmMmMmmmmmm HE Royal Baking- Powder is the purest and strongest baking pow der made It has received the highest award at the U S Govt official inves- Â¬ - NRS BURNED San A OLOYHRPOnT KY EXPECTANT -- T m I B Bf I CIbI Shacklehs Beautiful Hotel at An- Â¬ Hot Sulphur Wells tonio Texas Mass of Ruins Several Guests a Narrow Wedding In n E the Hotel Makd Among Montana lrmcn makes cmia birth easy IFitiKND within tho reach of all wo hare the price to ONE DO I LA 11 per bottle linWARD irf fraud count erfelta and substitute Take nothing bat remedv i That IIIW our wonderful IMTWTRQ took tho train for Nashville Tonn the SECURE home of tho groom May their pathway UANTttlliornni e work on salary In mot he strewn with tube rosrs all along tho eerjr county In the Middle Southern Western and a few of the Northern and Kaatern States a journey of life is tho wish of lhIr many young laily or youtitf irmtli niTin Theme Irom A POSITION K IRatallWB iripmls of Mr Tlimnnn Wrluht to Miss Laura Stiles by the Rev It M Phillips was quietly sofumnlzed at Iho home of the brides father Mr Johnston Stiles Inst Thursday evening anj1 owing to the recent death of tho brides mother only a few intimato friends were invited IVrlio mniriiiin I IS 15 5 5 The many friends of Clel Shackleti in this city will read tho following with re gret but wjll bo glad to know that Ills u dear good mother who was In tho build ing 5 savedand inado a narrow escape wart 5 5 Where orico stood the beautiful hotel B and natatorum at the Hot Sulphur 5 Wells is now a mass of smouldering ruins As told in yesterdays Express tho building was completely destroyed by ROYAL BAKlNQ POWOEH CO 108 WALL ST NEW YORK fire between 1 nnd 2 oclock Sunday morning The six guests who had rooms in the burned building had a narrow escape was visiting relatives hero Saturday and from a horrible death aud were saved of tho Union to suppress iusurrections Breckenridge News to repel invasions docs not warrant the Sunday only by tho prompt and heroic action ot Government in making use of ft standing WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1895 Mr Austin Beaviu of Hitos Run wrs Mr C Shacklett the proprietor who re- Â¬ army in aiding monopolies in the op- Â¬ visiting Mr Charles Elder and family peatedly jeopardized his own life to save pression of tho public and their em- Â¬ Sunday them ployes When freemen unsheathe tht When tho firo was discovered almost Miss Kiltie Elder and Miss Jennie sword it should be to strike for liberty Bjako were tho guests of Miss Katio and tho entire building was wrapped in not for despotism nor to uphold privi- Â¬ Eva flames tho roof of the southern portlorl King Sunday leged monopolies in tho oppression of Mr Jen Elder was visiting Mr Charles was beginning to fall and tho tall cupola Stato Thoir Position and Issue tho poor Elder last week but ho returned to was burning from top to bottom We nsk tho people to forget nil past Without waiting to dress and clad only an Addross to tho Peo- Mooloyvillo Sunday political differences and unito with us in In his night garments Mr Shacklett Kussell Hawkins of Cioverport was pie tho common purpose to rescue tho rushed over to tho burning building Government from the control of the mo- Â¬ visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Caleb from his room in a building about Bixty Haftkinp Saturday and Sunday nopolists and concentrated wealth to MIssTishle Gilbert is visiting friends feet distant Upon entering the front limit the powers of perpetuation by cur- Â¬ Froo Coinage of Silver and Governand relatives neor Tobinsport Ind she door ho found tho front hall and stair tailing their privileges and to secure tho way filled with smoke while that part of ment Ownership of Railroads rights of free speech u free press and expects to return in a few days the building surrounding the swimming Mr Heniy Libert of Moweaqua III trial by jury all rules regulations and pool was a seething mass of flames Reindorsed judicial dicta In dcrrogntion of either of is visiting his uncle and Aunt Mr and Though the smoke was stifiit g and Mrs Joseph King of this place which j aro arbitrary unconstitutional tho heat intense he instantly tan up the Mr Henry Sibert James and Walter and not to be tolerated by a free people GOING FOR CONGRESS King Mere the guests of Mr Stuart stairway and began arousing the guests all of whom were sleeping toundly un- Â¬ Weathirholt and family Sunday KEHTUCKIANS ENDORSE TO We recommend the immediate or- Â¬ Mr Benedict Elder attended tho party mindful of the impending danger Going down the hall tho first room Dec 20 Tho work of the ganization of an educational campaign given nt Mr Beavins Thursday night St Louis Mr Shackktt reached was that occuJ conferenco of the National Committee by tho national State and local com- Â¬ He reports a large crowd present pied by Mrs Stafford an aged lady of the Peoples party with tho leading mittees Lost between here and Hardinsburg It will set you up and make n new Breaking open the door ho aroused her In addition to this address the national one fine suit of mustache the I make the prediction that it will take person of you For sale by members of the rank and file came to finder will and proceeded down the hall to awaken its place as the worldsgreotest discovery a fruition tonight when that committee committee ndopted the following ri so- Â¬ pleaso return same to L E and bo re Â¬ tho others among them being his as it is capable of doing more good for A R FISHER Druggist submitted to the conference as the re lution warded Cioverport Ky In view ol the fact that tho State of humanity than any other suit of its consideration of the discussions Sleigh riding is nil the go now Tliero mother Mrs Wedding Jas C Tho room occupied by Mr Fitzpatrick1 Clarke Esq Morehead Ky of the conference an address to the party Alabama and other Southern States are was a party of five tart d from this place and to the people Its presentation was without n republican form of govern- Â¬ Sundav and drove several miles over the was the last reached and after arousing My wifo says she has received great him Mr Shacklett started back down the benefit from met by the gathering with a shout that ment becausti of tlte rule of a political rough roads the use of the Electropoiso hallway and found the ladies standing I bought rang through tho hall and tho indorse oligarchy which is perpetuated by mon- Â¬ of you Borne weeks since and There will bo prayer meeting at Hitos about the doors to their rooms too para Â¬ ment of the conference woa given with a strous frauds nt the ballot box tho im Â¬ Hun next Sunday at 2 oclock p m All lyzed with lear to know what to do feel sure it will cure her of a long stand Â¬ perative necessity of a free ballot and nn vigorous viva voce vote Tho address ing case of rheumatism Money could are to attend and assist them in Condensed News honest vote is n constitutional richt and the invited inrougu tue uensosmoKe couiu be seon not buy it from her follows O W Wright good work Stories the flames rapidly coming nearer and Louisville of the Peo Â¬ we uemanu mat it be given una move The National Committee Ky Miscellany ples party send greeting to its constitu- that the Chairman of the National Exe Totay something is one thing to nearer One of the ladies attempted to All the money in Kentucky could re enter her room to save some valubles cutive Committee appoint a coramitteo prove it is another ency throughout tho United States Womens Department We cant prove not buy my Electropoiso It cured my Tho rapid Increase of our vote in of three to submit evidence to tho press that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is the but Mr Shacklett ordered her to come wife of tumor after tho best physicians Childrens Department Union and tho start-Â¬ of the country and to Congress to sub Â¬ best cough remedy on earth unless you back und hurried tho party down the had pronounced her every part of tho incurable Agricultural Department Michael stairway and out tho front entrance ling events of the past two years vividly stantiate this alarming and revolutionary will try it If you do this and dont Condran Franklinton Ky Political Department Coming down tho steps the justify both the existenco of and neces- condition that thoy may bo awakened to agree with us you get your money back Mr J M Myers of Myers Bonn 230 brother of Miss Walker fainted and had tho threatenings of peril caused by this For sale by Siiort Answers to Correspondents sity for the Peoples party The contentHaynes Clovtr West Main Street Louisville says ho has Editorials ion of the party that one of tho great existing autocratic anarchy in tho port Dr It II McMullin McDaniels to be lifted out by Mr Shacklett Upon reaching the open alrMiss Julia no reason to change tho opinion expressSouth M Meyer needs of this country has been and is an Co Everything Buras Geo Heyser Walker looked about her and not seeing ed about Electropoiso three years ago Tho following were appointed J C Constantino A enlarged volume of circulating medium Taylor Itosetta Drury WILL nC FOUND IN THE Mrs Stafford began to cry frantically It cured him of rheumatism is now practically conceded by all parties Manning Alabama Chairman Henry Bennett Co Bewley vilie Ky W E One nights uso of the Electropoiso My grandmother is not hero I Save her The gold pow- D Lloyd Illinois Lee Crandall Ala- Â¬ Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols and by the Government Courier Journal gave mo relief from brain congestion and Weekly er and banking interests are insisting bama Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Oh save her somebody Again Mr Shacklett entored the burn Â¬ vertigo I havo been a well man ever A ten page eight column Democratic Ky- through tho President and his Secretary Newa Free Pills Roy Geo H Means Coving Â¬ ing building This time the flames closed since paper HENET WATTERSON lathe Editor that the enlarged issue of our money in behind cutting all means of escape by ton Ky From Neighboring Towns Send your address to II E Uticklon supply shall bo given exclusively into PRICE 100 n YEAR the front stairway Ho found Mrs Cannclton Inquirer tho hands of the banks that silver shall Co Chicago and get a free sample box tElectropolse put out on trial for The WEEKLY COUniEKJOUIlNAL makea Mrs Alex Hambleton left on Monday Stafford crouched in a room on tho oppo- Â¬ bo excluded all Treasury notes retired of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial very four months for 10 Send for particulars the liberal tertna to agenta Sample coplea ol paper and Premium Supplement aent free to and that gold alone shall be a legal tend- Â¬ will convince you of their merits These to visit her daughter Mrs Duchoine in site sido of tho steps from her own room any addreaa Write to DUBOIS WEBB The flames wero now within a few feet making the monetary question pills nre easy in action and are particu- Â¬ St Louis er thus COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY larly effect vo in the cum of Constipation Mr and Mrs JefT Hambleton and of them aud seizing the thoroughly SOD Four til Avenue Louisville Ky an issue which must be met at once louUville Ky Within the present year tho corpora- and Sick Headache For Malaria and daughter Marion wero hero from Hen Â¬ frightened woman Mr Shacklett hur- Â¬ THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Liver troubles they havo been proved derson this week tho guests of Mrs ried down tho hall hoping to reach a STEPHENSPORT ANO THE tions grown arrogant because of tho vast window near which was an iron rod WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL possessions of wealth and tho exercise invaluable They are guaranteed to bo Kosalio Hackett A happy New Year to the News Mrs Marion Hambleton of Cioverport running from tho second story to the of unconstitutional powers have made perfectly free fromevery deleterious sub- Â¬ Will ho sent one year to any address for They has bten hero this week undergoing an ground and mako an escape by Bllding Loeser the Shoo Man was In war upon tho people and induced the stance and to bo purely vegetable 175 Address The Brkckejjridok News i week Federal courts to exercise in their inter- Â¬ do not weaken by their action but by operation for cataract of tho eye Her down it As he passed near tho back Cioverport Ky stairway which was In that part of tho est unusual and arbitrary powers induc- Â¬ giving tone to stomach and bowels husband accompauied her Miss DIxlo Perrigo Is at home spend Â¬ building which had caught first Mrs ing the holidays A letter received from Henry Weath lleguhir ed the Invasion of the States by Federal greatly invigorate tho system JAMES B PACE troops without the requests of either tho size 25c per box Sold by A It Fisher erholt who is coasting with a produce Stafford broke away from her rescuer Miss Grace McCoy is at homo spend Â¬ druggist and fell down the stairway to the first boat near Memphis sajs that ho had the executives of said States or tho legisla- Â¬ ing the holidays Stommer and buyer of misfortune to get two fingers cut off while landing The carpet had been burned tures thereof and are at this time Chris Terrigo of Cioverport is hero PERSIMMON FLAT from tho steps and the walls were ou fire managing the boat through a recreant Administration and a James It Kelehtr Is jiow a wiser and Mr Shacklett leaped down to the landing spending the holidays a truculent Congress attempting to Success to our home paper tho News Mr James Hewitt a former resident no doubt a madder man clothe the railroad corporations by Ho lives over aud again st lied Mrs Stafford and it Mr John Veavin killed hogs Wednes Â¬ AND near English which In itself is enough being too late to turn back carried her1 of our town spent tho X mas here means of a pooling bill with power to day on down tho burning stairway and for a man to bear Mr and Mrs Leo Dowell entertained further and more systematically rob opLast week ho sold It takes Jim King to hunt Dears his farm for 2400 on uccount of the through several rooms on the first floor a party of young peoplo to lunch Satur Â¬ press and plunder the people and hav Â¬ Court house boom probably and know Â¬ and out a window ing already deprived the people of access this cold weather day night No sooner had Mr Shacklett gained Our school will commence tlw first ing that tho best of towns may get a of the silver mines of tho country as an Pierces Factory - Cioverport Ky Mr and Mrs Frank Ferry entertained back set determined to move West Ho the open air again than he discovered Thursday evening in honor of independent source of money supply aro Monday In January the JNO P BEVERLY Manager now in the interest of a banking olig- Â¬ Eugene Carter went to Holts bottom hid the money among some old papers Mr Fitzpatrick on tho roof of the swim Â¬ Misses Perrigo in the trunk that being safer than the ming pool calling loudly for help A archy endeavoring to deprive them of to try his skates Sunday Mr O O Lewis attended the Palmer- PUBLIC SALE the right to have thoir government in His short ladder reaching to tho roof of tho Stiles wedding December 21th and re- Â¬ Thomas Moore of Adair Ky was the First National Bank of English I will offer at Public Sale at my farm on llltea wife was seized with a desire to clean up bath room was procured and Mr Shack- Â¬ tho exercise of IU constitutional power guest of Miss Katie King Bun turned the next day Sunday and forthwith burned the papers and lett mounted to tho root and drawing the Issue tho money of tho nation and con- Â¬ SATUrtOAY JANUAIIY 19th 1895 The party given at Sir Havtklns tho 200 Thero Is Mr and Mrs James Kerr of Gas City ladder up after him placed it against tho All my farming Implementa conalitlng of trol its volume mourning in the Tuesday night was In every way a sue houso of Keleher Selah Ind are visiting her grand parents Mr wagonaplowa hoea asei mowing maihioea roof of tho swimming pool by means of In tho opinion of your committee hay rake and other utenilla cess Ttrmi of Sale all auma under c cath In hand which Mr Fitzpatrick descended to tho and Mrs William Pettlt these events are startling subversive of all auina over that amount twelve montha time Miss Myotto and Carrie Beavin wero The way to euro a cough Is to stop tho root of tho bathhouse Tho moment Mr John Bennett formerly of our will be glvan with approved aecurltj the liberties of the citizen and destruct- Â¬ SAMUEL T JOIINSON ive of business and Bocial security and tho guests of Miss Eva King Saturday coughing Dr BellB Pino Tar Honey ho placed his foot upon the ladder tho town but now a resident of Louisville cuts loose tho mucous heals tho lungs roof he had left felt in with a crash spent tho holidays with Mr R A Smith adhering to the Omaha platform in all night aud brouchial tubesquickly Cures grip In making the descent to the ground tho Mr Dao Elder near Hardinsburg ita Integrity your commlttco insists upon They say Eddie Whitehead missed tho cough in one nlglft For sale by Short ladder broke under the combined weight the down train Sunday morning tho restoration of the coinage of gold We A HaynesCoverport Dr II II McMul- Â¬ of the two and both fell several feet to noticed tears in his eyes coming back and silver as it existed prior to 1873 lin McDunlels M Meyer Co Buras the ground Beyond a few scratches and this accounts for it at the ratio of 10 to 1 without regard to BUCK EYE Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor and bruises neither suffered any hurt the action of any other nation and that VPho children of the town aro very Itosetta Drury Bennett A Co Bewley All the personal effects of the guests thankful to Mr Jamison for the numer- Â¬ all paper money shall bo issued by tho vilie Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKy wero destroyed and in addition Mrs ous presents ho sent general government without the inter- Â¬ them by Old Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A K Stafford lost 110 in money and a gold Santa and they say with one accord iGURESf HOTHIHG BUTPItES vention of banks of issue the same to bo Morris Big Spring Ky watch and Mr Fitzpatrick 10070 in God bless his soul for when X mas a full legal tender CURES A 8URC and CERTAIN OURC monoy comtB Mr Jamison never forgets them known for IS years us ths Tho cost of the building was 17300 In tho mountains of Sweden Norway POISON We also declare our implacable hostil Â¬ Tho popular James F Jenkins of the ilEST REMEDY for PILES and Lapland all Vegetation would bo and was insured for 10000 In compan- Â¬ ity to the further issuo of interest-bearin- g Central Warehouse was in town X mas sorvB mt ax1 liKuesiavra utterly destroyed by tho Norway rats ies represented by Beall Eicblili aud bonds t4 to MMUUMX KW OvK 18BM waro it not for thowhlto foxes that Lay Schmidt and 2000 in the Itoyal week aud put In some hard licks for his Wo denounce tho pooling bill as u house Mr Jenkins was a member of niako special gaino of tho rodents of Liverpool represented by Campbell move toward completing the monopoly tho firm of Blaln Jenkins last year and Conroy Tho great boll nt Moscow weighs of transportation and demand that in Â¬ the boys all know him and wheu you PENNYROYAL WAFERS Tho furniture was valued at 4500 aud 4 13733 pounds is 10 foot aud 0 inches A apecifla raoatk i4tolaa fer U4lw stead Congress proceed to bring tho rail- Â¬ CURES have any tobacco to ship mark it Cen Â¬ high iuid measures 00 foot 0 inches was Insured for 1000 roads under governtneut ownership tral House around tho lower rim Tho boll uotal The origin of the fire Is not known ECZEMA Tho power given Congress by the con- Â¬ DtMuMl vUtuMajpJa tarlavratea in it ii worth 1300000 VThe marriage of Mr Ed Palmer to to provido or tho calling stitution ol tCSyliah iSr ihunn Miss Elisabeth Stiles was soleanlied at WOMEN DOUBT the betwe of the brides paresis at Leg forth of the militia to oxecute the laws NOTICE I wikt rerj man and woman la tho TTnlUd Ky December 34 1894 at 8 Grov TJS1C UU lnUrtiUd la the Opium and Whisky Forssle by CHAS O MARTIN kaMU to bar of ray book I on taut U oclock p m Immediately after receiv Â¬ Or Price Crtam Baklflg Fewttor eases Addresa 11 M fYoolley Atlaata U PENNYROYAL WAFERS ing congratulations the happy couple x Mtasa WtrMc Fa WffcMt Award win be iHt jtrtaT CLOViKPoRTjKY 5 1 U s tigation and at all the Great International Expositions and Worlds Fairs wherever exhibited in competition with others It makes the finest lightest sweetest most wholesome bread cake and pastry More economical than any other leaven- Â¬ ing agent Â¬ 9 51 51 Escape them Is His Mother Mrs fl of this City U P 51 CLEL DOES HEROIC WORK SI S ill POPULISTS After tho ceremony tho young couplo left for n visit to the grooms parents at Irvington May success crown their jav y j jfc mm va efforts in every undertaking through llfo SOLD BY ALL 0HU00IBT8 VTlr and Mrs Roland A Smith enter- t3r Write for book TO MOTHERS talned a fow young folks Thursday evenmulled free ing in honor of their daughter Mrs BRA0F1ELD REGULATOR CO THE Leuuing of Hardinsbu g Among thosa Sot Proprietors ATLANTA Ok present were Mr and Mrs R A Shollman Mr and Mrs Frank C Ferry Thero was no firo in the building Satur Â¬ Mr and Mrs R W Vaughan and day or Saturday night and when first Misses Graco McCoy Louisville Misses seen the fire had gained such headway Georgia Hawkins Ada Hanks Gertie1 as to make it impossible to tell in what Elder Otlo Biggs and Catherine Dowell part of tho building it started Messrs Jenkins Hewitt and Bennett of Tho fire was first seen by Mr McDan Louisville and James Mllner of Union iol and a friend who lived near by and Star Will and Harvey English William who were returning fiorn tho city As Blaln Forest Blaln Dr D Whlto nnd soonafl8 they saw the building thoy began Norman Whithcad of Rome All had to cry Fire fire and their cries to- Â¬ a Jolly good timo and the event will gether with the furious barking of a long be remembered by those present large number of dogs thoy were taking A new theory in the treatment of home aroused Mr Shacklett who sleeps in a small ofllco building about sixty coughs lung and bronchial afltctionshas been advanced by the manufacturers of feet from tho nntatoriutn Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It Is truly a Chief Kehoe of tho firo department All dealers sell started to tho fire with a Bteamer and wonderful remedy For sale hoso truck but when they reached thd it on a positlvo guarantee Haynes Cioverport Dr fair grounds tho horses broke down and by Short could go no further and were compelled R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ to return to the city Great crowds of peoplo from the city tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowloyville Ky W E Brown went out yesterday to look at the ruins Mr Shacklett was seen by a reporter Irvington Ky Jno PNichols Garfield for the Express and says he will rebuild Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky at once San Antonla Express THE Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honoy is different TURNING from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying tho inflammation and giving POINT tone strength vigor and vitality to thd JUafal Has bocn ll JnaaHaaaaaaVkr respiratory organs Guaranteed and for reached when you begin to sale by Short Haynes Cioverport j have Palpita Â¬ Di R II McMullin McDaniels M tion of th c Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Con Heart diffi A Taylor Rosetta stantlne Drury cul t y in breathing Bennett Co Bewley vilie Ky W E Your blood Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols is impure Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring you need a Ky turning ever - Mothers emloraed hjrlmnkera Addreaa I O Ilox n Naahville Tcnn NII You can aatedelavA and prove to 11 a that jou mean nualneta by en cloalng atampa a etaJ to cover postage rn cor- reapondence nnd lor printed matter which will explain all thecniinlry alro arceptol Experience not nee Intact jircter beginner at a tmall al Â¬ ary at hrli y frmn jS lo I50 per month AInjr who Marted on irtnll taUrlen now re ef lye from 75 to ie per innnOi Mutt be a worker nnd furnfeh tnol references Mnt cpntlt In hknkcath adorn f ion No loan naked nn Investment required It la n aihilril nml permanent position Uurentetprite la Imniilr ery Â¬ m i pVVVVWVfVVVB 5n means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Don t play with Nature s greatest gift health f X4 r Poor Health hal V-- N ii f Browns out of aorta weak ana generally ex habaled Hetvotis nnd cant I IC Utnuarefeellna-fin nnrtMlff otkJ Jr ti Iron injf tlicmostrella J Bit VliKMICUIIIK ill own a Iron Bit jt ra A few bot lilts cure benefi i omea from the ery first oie if hoh 1 nam year lerth a ii U It a pleasant to take f ft Cures Dyspopsfa Neuralgia Constipation Malaria KUncy and Liver Troubles Bad Blood Vcmcns complaints I Nervous ailments Oct wly the peunine It Ins crossed red huts on ilu wjpix r A ulli tin aiptub stitutei Olrcckiptof Ivtoic tampe uill a ml ai t f 3 Beautllul WcrldJ Pulr M wi an J be k fiea CO t-ai BROWU CHEMIfM EUTIMORE MO ASSWA F FACTS I POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reaaonable conditions Do not say it can- Â¬ not be done until you aend for free 1 20 piee DRAUOHI ONS PRACTICAL catalogue BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of bnoit hand Typewriting and Telfffraphv NASUV1LLK TENN 4 WEEKS by Draughtons method of teach- Â¬ ing book keeping la tqual to 12 WEEKS by old method It expt ids more money In the Intccst of ita Employi ent Department than half th buaineas college in the south take In aa tul ion It la atrond ndoraert bj Hunkers BIcrchanta and practical book keeperaall over the United Slates Heasonable ratca of tuition Chenp board Open to both aexes 600 atudents past year representing 36 States and Territories It haa also prepared books for sent on to days trial When vein write explain Address J voiir wants Draunhon Prest ftashfille Tenn N II it pavs cash fs for vacancies as book- Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers etc reported provided it fills same ELECTROPOISE BEATS - IIOMIS STUDY Â¬ BEST - f Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR Â¬ Lovings Protective AND Collection Agency THIS IS NO HUMBUG Â¬ Â¬ BIG PAY TO THE Headquarters RIGHT Â¬ BOWLING GREEN KY Â¬ 1 BANK 0 1 HARDIlTSBimG Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 7 600 B F BEARD President WILL MILLKR Vice President M II O W BEARD BEARD Cashier 1 -- Â¬ MORRIS KSKRIDUE R M JOLLY I Dlra tor INTEREST PAID ON TIKE DEPOSITS dll Dupuis AMMMV Treatment 1 Jr SYPHILIS DISEASES Both Red Â¬ BurleyTobacco Tertiary stages of 8yphllla havo been Cubed by this treatment In sixty daya restoring tho Wood to original purity Writ us stating length of time you havo been afflicted and wo mil send sample bottle Free olChnreo Rate of treatment 83SO per month ROYAIi OIXXIMXOAXi OO Importers Standard Preparations 181 J83U5 BBQADWAY CINCINNATI OHIO SYPHILITICond SCROFULOUS A distillation of herbs found only on the USrid nr Hnvtl nml th ran it I1AHM the Madeira lUver In Brazil An antidote for m m i n GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CL0VERP0RT CO KENTUCKY Alao Wholesale and Itctail Dealers In Yellow Pino Flooring and Ceiling Shingles Laths Lime Hair Cemeat Brick Doors 8ath awl Blinds and all kinds or Building Material 8oleAueutalor Homestead Fertilizers and Troy with the oath promptly Bone Meal Orders aecompanlned filled SCROFULA BLOOD s s s iTABLERS FOR OINTMENT SPEEDY aai IiAKTIVn KYSlTTro T irTiv PAT YeiT u f Wftt j Mir wcBHTcmcncc simple a iu IMAfTTTfTT vaWIMnitiV 1 Vtatasjr from anv lnluriau uhtn wa 1 V PEOPLE WAHJNltE i uniuiciinof ssstsis ur money refund C J f -- sStJ 1 jft ajuiivau viu JSOtlOH lis Mais 1 AjSaH i THE CANCER TETTER BLOOD IN 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