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BBWilESattgBigiaejsfcsj -- - iWttolW r r- - laWl - r niWHHnir - WPTfWPprW - li THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX SIROCCO 4 V p il NO 25 A CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY And what right have wo to judgo our neighbor Let us look within our own hcattj nnd we would blush for shame wero our Ufo as lt really Is to ho blazon ed for tho world to read Then let him that Is without sin among you cast the flretstono Fornlno times a temptation may havo been ovcrcomo wbllo the tenth overcame tho tempted one Wo know nothing of tho nine triumphs but only of the ono failure Then t a0 be less harsh in our judgments And aboVti nil let us learn content Â¬ ment Tho discipline of this life Is to prepare us for a higher Wo aro placed in this world to learn to say Thy will bo done Then In adversity as well as prosperity in sorrow as well ss joy let us bo resigned knowing that nil things coming from tho hand of tho Father Is meant for our best good and give not up to despair when your good resolutions nro broken t7ut with n prayer for greater strength again go out to the conflict and theriwe may look forward with confid- Â¬ ence to tho day when sin shall have no dominion over us SborifLJ K Rhodes starts to Frank Â¬ fort to tiay v Sir Davo Rhodes has just returned from a pleasant visit in Grayson Owing to deep snow nnd bitter cold weather times nro very dull hero just now for Christmas We aro happy to say Mrs W T Cannon 1b again on tho road to recovery after second serious relopso of a long continued spell of typhoid Christmas day Jlr E R Storms of Allent Texas arrived homo to the joy of his many friends hereJfepking well nnd happy llo was accoiiipjmled as far as Hardlnsburg by a young friend Mr Ed Â¬ ward Christian who cauio to clnlm his Bonnio Bride Miss Nannio Payne near Hardlnsburg Tho marriage took Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ JANUARY 9 1895 f wr a U - f- - 5 M- - m if KT the old man managed to break the ppoll YELLOW LAKE and when on tho home stretch tho Sir M B Dugau gave a dining X raas weight being morotqttlpolso ho to use ThodajsntMl tho months paco over dny tho old mans expression behnvt d him Â¬ us like restlcps little birds nnd leavo tho Ed Holing of Brandenburg spent bov self nicely marks of their feet backward and for- Â¬ Ilrlght thought were lathing ward especially when they aro like ernl days la our mldet lost week tn the old mana mink birds with heavy hearts then they tread A S Morgan is visiting liis cousins Softly the zephyrs played round hit brow heavily And now the months have There came the school inarm Mr and Mrs 1 1 awes of Unwesville Minus a frown lengthened into twelve nnd we stand Messrs Will and Ed Rico and Henry I want to ride sir upon the threshold of a new year Morgan attended n party in Little licnd Take me to town awaiting with reluctance tho call that When he returned pet one night last week shall summons us to enter and leavo for- Â¬ With the hone and cirt Frank Hruner of Hawesville has been She Jumped in beside him ever tho old that wo havo loved so well visiting friends and relatives ii this vi- Â¬ And off they did start We cannot avoid a look backward cio Down wdnt the iaih pet cinity tlio past week we bury in tho post this fJnd wo havo On the horses back fjPitTparty given by J 0 Neafus Now cherished bo For somo of us it has The brute wasnt used to Getting such a whack i ears eve was largely attended and all bexri rtpTeto with happiness whllo to Up went his heels pet -- report n delightful time llxi lips of others It has placed tho cup Ilekldkcdthatls all of sorrow Yet is thero ono who gladly Prof Wnthcn Miller has returned to It didnt break hjiirtrt pt lt aves it to enter upon tho unknown his school near Columbia Ky Sajs ho lleMJtrrworKcd in the fall likes tho News Immensely future Ah no Whatever it has had Tho politicians of tho PROHIPOPU Buck Bowley and uaugnfer Miss LISTBITION party in this county aro in storo for us wo part from it with sSr Forest visited friends near Hawesvlllo not going to leavo a stump unturned row and reluctance Perhaps it was with boldness that wo that in turning will lncreaso tho POP lost week spending several days ULISTATION In tho COMINGGENER ontered upon It and through a cnrelees Mrs L N Woolfolk and children step we swerved a llttlo from tho straight spent X mas week at her old homo with ATION See way that we should havo followed Oh sons of earth I attempt ye still to rite her mother Mrs Elizabeth Morgan lly mountains piled on mountains to the skies Then ono mis step led to anotheruntll Charley Hoots Campbellsvllle Ky Heaven still with laughter thy vain toll surveys far from straight became tho path that And buries madmen In the heaps they raise has coino to live with his brother-in-lahas brought us hither It may be that lope and sister Mr and Mrs Emmelt Miller no great vices havo stained our souIb Leaves have their time to fall Several members of M G Smiths And flowers to wither at the Xorh ivlnds with tho taint of mortal sin but tho nn breath family aro reported on tho sick list gry word tho scornful tono and tho Many around aro suffering from nsudden And stars to setandmonkeysto squall but all haughty look are the Bins that rise be- Â¬ Thou hint all seasons for thine own O Death I attack of winter fore us now A fond heart has been Hnd Mrs Hemans lived to tills age of saddened through our carelessness Tho Mr and Mrs Leander Bruner and the world sho would havo revived her little daughter Grace have been spend poem and havo had the monkey in it cutting words can never be recalled and ing tho holidays with Mrs Brunors and like our friend Gray she would a sigh of regret nnd contrition escapes our lips as there rises before us the muto parents Mr and Mrs D S Neafus havo him climbing tho bamboo pole appeal and J N Bcrryman and wife Miss Annie with a select crowd at his heels crying our injured silent anguish in tho oyes of friend Thon we have allow- Â¬ Jones and NellioBerryman spent Sunday I Finality finality to tho woods to tho ed little things to fret and worry us un- Â¬ Â¬ with Mr Abe Kcggas family near Bran- woods look at him look at htm Geo til we became peevish even towards tho denburg They made tho tripln asleigh whiz just look at him dear ones at home and report a dolightful ride Therell be lots of fun in tho sweet by How many mornings wove made good Sirocco is In tho push A grist mill and by and some felloflr ought to procure resolution only to break them again beis in operation a new ware house has a brass collar with a cord to it and have fore nightfall comes and at last through been erected a nico stable is nearing on hand a hand organ for the free show desperation and despair we yield to our completion A flourishing business is wont last any longer than tho closing of passions and perhaps that all this time causing our gonial merchant to get a the next campaign We are blaming others for these sins or While tho bracing breezes from tho hustlo on hitn saying we cannot help It considering our R II Hardesty our Pedagogue spent far away North were wafting tidings of lot in life But every station in life has tho holidays with his mother near Gar- Â¬ the fast approaching winter as they Its hardships and each one bus the evil among tho trees loosening tho rett When Punch jnd Juda gave up flitted within himself to conquor for wo nil tho ghost at Sirocco several weeks ago brown sear leave s that fluttered to mother have our secret sins as it were oi tho they left Air Hardesty to take care of earth preeoursers It Is our own fault if tlrts events in our tho children Wonder whoso caro ho white snow flakes that were so soon to life are liinderances rather than helps to follow in their wako they roused tho left them in when ho went away He inner man and caused him to get a us It is for us to say whether wo will didnt take them with him make them good or bad quick I wonder if shed had the plcasuro of double ant andshuffle on him He goeth Wo cducato ourselves for taking tho to tho considereth her wnyi and Charleys acquaintance I guess sho lackcth not wisdom He fllletl tho best of Hfo or the worst was somewhat puzzled to determine as loft the wood shed Now let us not bo discouraged by past to which of the trio she was the most corn bin the hay and Iayeth in stores for tho frcize up failures but as wo enter upon the New enamored with ha ha Aaj Its got to Noah has butchered tho old goattlu last Year may wo again mako good resolves be a treat all around gentlemen no of tho flock Lack-a-da- y porkers dont and ask from tho Father above who is shilly shally about it seem to thrivo in the regions of tin ark the source of all strength for power to Smith Brinklinker Tho old year has passed away let er help us At the home of the bride in Louisville Wo had lota of fun out of it let But it may be that more than all theso Dec 31 at tho hour of six p m Mr pass Charley Smith to Miss PiukBrinklinker tho curtain drop on Mr while wo medi evil deeds that haunt us to night aro th They were passeDgors on tho down train tate on what 05 has in storo for us countless sins of omission New Years morn to Weldon where a Wonder if shell havo any land slides It Isnt the things you do dear Its the things youve left undone brand now carriage awaited to convey If therell be as many weddings as here Geo Which gives you a bit of heartache them to Mr Smiths palatial home near wero tho last year eh Nancy At the setting of each sun ipdyville Tho groom is a prosperous whiz I were some people really The tender word forgotten to live the llfo of single blessed farmer and distiller and one of tho best The letter you did not write Yes Nancy God alono knows hearted men in that vicinity Success to ness The flower you might have sent dear the destiny of a little child aud he Arc your haunting drciins to night you Charley alono knows tho destiny of great big How many opportunities weve missed While Madison and Clay counties are too Sonio times they can hear for making others happy Let us try to yelling about their aged grooms and children juvenile brides Meade county is in tho Juno buga of despondency buzzing be moro unselfish and do everything we In their cars and feel the cold lizards of How many know the can for others tho swim Widower James Brown of despair crawling down their backs but poor in their own neighborhood I do this vicinity aged 52 recently wedded they dont give up entirely At times notjmean tho proverty poor Miss Dollio Huffman of nearPaynesvlllo but all they become melancholy and feel that around us thero aro many who appear aged sweet sixteen Tho groom pass Â¬ part of lifes burden is hard to outwardly happy yet are starving for ed our habitation about 7 oclock the their bear Then some little angel seems to love sympathy or friendly counsel To evening bofore tho happy event took whisper in their ears havo for them always a pleasant smile a place singing in an undertone What Is life but a scene of care Oh I that girl that pretty little jflrl tender word and a warm grasp of tho Where each one must toll tn his way t The girl I left behind inc baud will help to lighten immeasurably Then let us be Jolly and prove that we are May bo you think I didnt yell when A set of good fellows who seem very rare their burden of caro Then thoro aro I discovered who the singer was know- Â¬ And can laugh and can sing all the day the sick and the aged whoso llfo must ing as I did that ho was to bo married Then let us be Jolly perhaps all bo passed within the four And drive away folly the next day Tho subject of my sketch Ior grief turns a black head to gray walls of ono small room Carry to them is a Republican was a soldier in tho some bright glimpses of tho outside Civil war Is a whole souled jolly fellow A bunch of flowers an interest Â¬ world Beyond Comparison and when I slipped up on him nothing ing book and now and then a half hour daunted said ho felt liko he was only Aro tho good qualities poscssed by Hoods of our own tlmo spent with them will sixteen and rode off humming his Sarsaparilla Above all it purifies the make bright spots in their pathway and blood thus strongthenlg tho nerves it favorite ditty regulates the dlgestlvo organs invigo-Â¬ we will also bo the richor for having Mr Proof reader If there is any mis What we could It is among those rates the kidneys and liver tones and done takes in my ittter this week you will builds up tho entiro system cures Scrof- Â¬ upon whom God has heavily laid his please bear with mo A circus is going ula Dyspepsia Catarrh and Rheuma Â¬ hand that we find the saints of the earth on in the room whore I am writing and and yet wo selfishly turn away leaving tism Get Hoods and only Hoods my mind is abstracted A cat of the them to bear their infirmities alono masculine gender weighing seAen and a Hoons Pills cures all liver ills bil- Â¬ whllo we mingle with the gay throngs of half lbs has paper shoes on and a paper iousness jaundice indigestion sick head Â¬ the world bag drawn over his head and secured ache 25c Tho golden moments in the stream of around tho neck and is cutting some of life rush past us and we seo nothing tho queerest didoes I over witnessed No Difference but sand tho angels visit us and wo Tho boy that dono tho devilment is Mrs Sccondwcd You tiro bo tmliko only know them when tboy aro gono standing on his head in one corner of my first husband Every neighborhood baa its multitudes the room laughing himself to death while Mr S I hopa tho difference lain my of children whose homes with all a lov- Â¬ a little girl stands in tho middle of tho favor my doar ing mother can do can scarcely bo mado Mrs 8 Oh it is very muoh floor clapping her hands and shouting comfoitable and those whoso homes aro Mr S Thanks What is it I dont know whether she is sanctified nlivc Newport Mor that in nothing but name But a little MrsS Youro or not She seems to bo very happy thiug it takes to mako a child happy and oury An old lady Bits in an old arm chair re Â¬ they will never forget a kindness If wo Tho Alontian islands wcro so callod signed to her fate after trying in vain to would spend upon the children one half Olutorn in Kamchatka quell the jovial spirits She tries to act from tho river of tho smiles pleasant words and little mad but we can occasionally see a tear Tho pooplu living at tho month oi this gifts that wo so lavishly bestow upon a coursing down her cheek emanating stream wero culled Alutorsky und to older people to whom wo wish to appear modification of tho uamo was given from tho pent up smothered convulsions tho islands amiable we would be laying up for our- Â¬ of laughter as sho occasionally takes a Wo selves rich treasures In Heaven TO BEAUTIFY TUB COMl11 VOJV birds eye view of the situation tlo not tnku tho com tetlcs might bo tho means of shaping many a Backward turn backward oh time In your patnU and xvlers wb h In- Â¬ life and saving many a soul for Christ night jure tho skin hut take tl i easiÂ¬ est way tu gain a bcautifi color Let us try to win the love and respect of me a child kgaln Juit for to night Hake and a wbolchonio skin Health the llttlo ones then try whet our Influ Â¬ Armp has got the scriptures and the la tho greatc at boautlflt r The kcJf ence will do to make them noblo men means to beauty comfort ordinary affairs of tho world somowhat aim neaiiu mr women u Dr J7AWW Happy is the ono who is women conglomerated Ho seems to think ttercea Fnvorlto lrc8crip and itlon Dull eyes sallow or known as the childrens friend Then ho whom she lovelh bIio chasteuetb bB n wruikKu J1U 0 rum wose 4BB cant wo watch ourselves mora closely On the other hand she so ems to think foolingit BaSBfl of woakiiee J have their rao in the do- - and avoid falling so often into the sin of tnat tho Dutchman know what he was rnngemenU peculiar to detraction This is ono of the easiest talking nbout when bo said to his son women faults to and yet the easiest to ovorcomo Shak voir you haf got nottlnga to say Favorite Proacrip Hon will butlil up Let if we will but take a llttlo thought say it Dont shoot your mouf off ven strengthen and lnvlgo- us try hard to overlook the petty faults Aajak II tnM ilmTa Tom Sneezer it dont was Joadedl iIbwioivij inirvunn or delicate woman by of others and seek only for the good in gets a rest this term but Jim the rpculatlrur ami hhAMiut black horse is strictly in it He waa aH tfe natural functions It alo lamnni jmin them In every ones life we can find some period In her life a woman re- - much that ia good and noble and let us At nervous in tartlngoa the flret heat but qpkw a getteral tORto anil nervine ae well a be ready to hold this before the eye of a remedy a4aptel to Iter special need You oan Am no other remedy bat guar-- the woild rather than their raladeeik Reports mteU If the iTcecriptloa aver falsi to The U show Royal Baking Powder ueowit or ewe you nave your money imunc Dr i Prices CrMm Bklag PwUr Ma41 mad Mullens Wo14i Pair i rTbta youve Catarrh We Dr Reoudj- superior to nil others Â¬ 1 11 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - IS rJVi i Gold nnd Wheat nil the worlds avallnbto gold money If lo8J005000 wns dumped Into tho United Stntef it would fnil by over a billion of dollnra of paying tho railroad debt of this country If all tho govern Â¬ -- v rmvm a ments of the world wero forced to liquid m l u i ate their gold bonds with guiii not enough of that sreini could bo found to a nay one dollar In a hundred If nil pri Â¬ vate nnd public obllgntiongmadepaynblo in gold wcro settled thero Is notenouih FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY gold in existence to pay one dollar In ten THC PnOOTIfl b OAMBLE CO CINTI thousand And yet tho slngle Btandurd advocates tho gold bugs aro insisting that a money which can not redeem ono C BOURNE DANIEL BROOKS J M HAUPKR dollar In ten thousand of Its own indebt Â¬ J edness be made tho basis of an honest currency Glasgow Times If all tho surplus wheat in tho world CO BOUHNE BROOKS wero dumped into tho United States It would not sell for enough to pay one tenth of the railroad debt of this country If nil tho governments of tho world wero compelled to liquidate their debts in wheat not enough of that grain could be raised In twenty years on thoentircearth CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP to pay ono dollar In a hundred of tho debt And ytt the single standard ad Â¬ LOUISVILl F KY vocatesthe wheat bugs aro Insisting BOURBON STOCK YARDS that wheat which can not redeem one dollar In ten thousand of tho Indebted ness of tho world shall continue to be more valuable than rye bushel for RATES The most contrnllu located 4f Frankfort Capital bushel Hotel In tho eitu I The Capitals brilliantamhloocid lucid argument Ih unnnswtrable It can not bo replied to It is imfrnglble incontrovertible Indisputable unquestionable incontestable indubitable undeniable izvzfcrtwrAlxi r- -- VORY flwSlnOAPJ It Floats it jBrrrr- - M Â¬ HAEPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ Jfew W Â¬ placo Dec 20th Misses Georgannn Lewis and Margaret Rhodes attended church nt Ilardinsburg Christmas visited friends thero nnd spent two very pleasant nights at Glen dcane Tho llttlo church St Romualds was most beautifully decorated reminding one of tho great feast we were celebrat- Â¬ ing tlio singing and music was whilst the two excellent sermons by Rev Wru Gabo sunk deep Into tho heart of every christian present Wishing a happv happy New Year to all soul-stirrin- g is slmpl conclusive It As tho strongest is clearly dicisive most eloquent chain of reasoning ever adduced or that can bo adduced or that may be adduced or that might would or should bo adduced by the sin- Â¬ gle standard advocates Tho Times tnkes pleasure in lnying before tho public this superb combination of logic argument and tact Bully for Urer Willis No body knew it wns in him and ho really must feel belter now that its out of him Glafgow Times im futnblo It if fAiiv ll2rS THE L L J0HR1SioUISYtLLEKY 1894 reafhing Jts Last Its nover to Into to NEW YORK TIMES or Ihe city reader or the county home THE N W YOKK TIMES Is an uncommon ly interesting nowijiarer Its sixteen pages are brimful of noira It is handsomely jrlnt ed accurate clean fresh and vigorous Kvory Intelligent roailomill prise Its special departments comprising JIHcraturo anu book news social progress religion art science fashion the womans piper and nmatcur sports The untiualed 1inanclal Togo of THE XIIU YOHK TIMES It a capital manual for Investors for bunkers and the officers of Sav Â¬ ings Hanks Trust and Ineurance Companies Hallway Earnings Stock and Bond Quotations Intcrect and Dividend Noticoi the Organisa Â¬ tion of Now Ccmpanlos and ALIi Financial News reports are promptly and accurately printed Its ComiLorcIal Report Including wool cotton brcadstufls milk butter eggs and farm produce recently much enlarged aro of unequalcd fullness and value Tto Times will do Its full share of earnest work fur sound financial legislation to repel the assaults of private greed upon the law Â¬ making power to establish Democratic prin Â¬ ciples of equality In taxation and economy tn expenditure and to retrlovo the defeat brought upon tho Democratic Tarty by errors and be Many stubborn and aggravating eases of rheumatism thnt wero believed to bo incurablo and accepted as llfo legacies Pain havo yielded to Chamberlains Balm muoh to tho surprise and gratifica- Â¬ tion of tho sufferers Ono application will relievo tho pain aud suffering and AtHousehold Treasure D W Fuller of CnnajoharieN Y says that ho always keeps Dr Kings New Discovery in tho houso and his family has always found tho very best results follow its use that he would not be without it if procurable G A Dykemnn Druggist Catskill N Y says that Dr Kings New Discovery is un- Â¬ doubtedly tho best Cough Remedy that ho has used it in his family for eight years and it lias never failed to do al that is claimed for it Why not try n remedy so long tried nnd tested Trial bottle freo at A R Fishers drug storo Regular size 50c and 100 its continued use insures an effectual cure For sale by A It Fishir Clover Board Har- Â¬ port Ky and Kincheloe dlnsburg Ky Do Good We are making the last offer of the year If y u want to do a deed TASTE mouth In your NEATS indicates Bllo and shows that your bloods wrong SARSAPARILLA will set your blood right euro your Dyspepsia Nervousness Aches Pains Tone you up alt over one bottle nnd be sure to and and A string around your finger ask to see our TIE Baautiful Calendar Wintor and Summer were never Try more charmingly pictured than thoy aro ask this season on Hoods Sarsaparilla Cal- Â¬ endar This calendar is made on tho for Neats shapo of a heart and is ornamented with two child faces lithographed in bright and natural colors ono peeping out Neats Sarsaparilla is for sale by amid the snow flakes from a dainty cap A R FISHER Druggist and the other lighted up with all the Cloverport Ky glory of the summer sunshine The usual information about the lunar changes and other astronomical events Texas R R Co Louisville St Louis is given and tho calendar besides being of beauty is also usoful evory a thing day in tho year It may bo obtained nt tho druggists or if his supply is exhaust- Â¬ ed bix cents in stamps should bo sent to Tuklnir Cffoct C I Hood Co proprietors Hoods AiQiQO oclck A H Sandij DecCO 18S4 Sarsaparilla Lowell Mass who will for-Â¬ fail ouni Train ward n calendar freo For ten cents two Weil Bound lYaim calendars will bo sent M 63 Mail 4 Mull Kiprs Kxprs STATIONS Kxprs Kxpr Robert iDgersoll on Alcohol Dally Dally Daily Dally 1 Robert Ingersoll says I am awaro 6 30pm 7 HOun IvUnn pLar 12 Clra 8 Slpir 4J 815 Kentucky St 6 45 74 thero is a prejudlco against any man en- Â¬ 7 25 7 33 823 Wcttlolnt 11 11 Howard 824 IWun 7 80 of alcohol I 7 80 gaged in tho manufacture 714 8 43 Hock Haven 1147 J 47 7 07 8M Lonir Branch 11 SO believe that from tho colled and poison- Â¬ 755 US1 Uranricnburg 658 8 04 9CJ 6 48 1122 ous worm in the distillery until it empties 813 Kkron 911 6 40 1114 CSustoo 919 8 21 Into the hell of death dishonor and 8 30 1105 6S0 9 SO IrvinKton 10 M 614 9 39 Webster 8 38 crime that it demoralizes everybody 1049 60S I odiburg 9 47 8 45 10 41 557 that touches it from its sourco to whero llcrce M 90 1037 552 Sample 1000 900 it ends I do not bellevo anybody can 9 09 109 5 45 Stcphensport 1028 10 JI 5 40 Addison contemplate tho object without becom Â¬ 914 1011 1020 5 36 1020 Holt 917 10 ffl 5 24 ing prejudiced against tho liquor crlmo Cloverport 1033 9 28 5 21 Shops 100 931 109 All we have to do gentlemen is to think 943 509 94 SHIinan 105 1101 Hawesville 954 97 4 59 of the wreck on either bank of the stream 4 61 9 24 11 W letrlo 1002 4 45 9 2J of death of suicldo of insanity of pov- Â¬ 1007 11 n Ialcon 4 42 919 Ciyce 1119 erty of ignorance of destitution of llttlo 1012 4 36 Lewisport 1121 9l 1018 4 1141 Iowers 96 4 20 children tugging at the faded and with Â¬ 1035 8 40 08 126Hun lates 10 48 4 CO of weeping and despairing 1069 8 30 ered breasts lJKipin Owensboro 817 347 1218 Mattlnifly 1109 wives asking for bread of talented men 1114 Griffith 1221 80 3 41 12 i7 Stanley 60 337 of genius that it has wrecked tho men 1110 3 80 1235 Worthlngton 7 51 struggling with imaginary serpents pro- Â¬ 1125 12 42 Heads 70 323 113 44 7 816 12 1 Snottsville duced by the devilish thing and when 1145 7 31 ftaaetts 310 1163pm 1259 you think of tho jails or ho almshouses 12 10un 1 lVim arHcndersn Iv 7 2Uro 265pm of the asylums of the prjsonp of tho rcaflblds on either bank Fdo not wonder that every thoughtful man is prejudeed L St L k T Ry FordsvlMe Branch against this wretched stufTcalled alcohol Good Jeans Pants for 69c 9SC trayals Best Jeans Pants for -Boys Jeans Coats for 100 THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES Ladies Initial Ilandkei chiefs for 5c The subscription price of THE NEW Y011K Ladies Silk 25c WEEKLY TIMES is ONE DOLLAIt a year is a capital Mtifilcrs for -40c THE WEEKLY TIMES the current newsnews con paper It cmtalns all Â¬ Â¬ 75 90c Shaker Flannel for Mens Under blurts lor -- - -- 5c 19c TIME zero 2 i 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60 2 03pm 7 80 Hardlnsburg 2 21 M Di II II McMulllu McDanlolu 7 00 Klik 258 Meyer A Co Durasj Geo Heyser Con 660 Jolly 110 6 30 Olendtano 121 A Taylor Rosetta Drury staHtine 13 Dempster 6 20 arPsllsRoushlv 600 155 Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E 6 27 ItocHvale 23 Ky Jao l Nichols Brown Irvlngto 6 IA Huth 2 42 60 261 Ailoi Garfield Ky A U Morrte Big Spring 4 50 t lOt 344pm ArFordsvillelv 4 3k Ky TIMETABLE No 21 WATS1HADEMK GQPYKUaH I fcu 6 a yr Daily by mall - - maiISS ayr Daily Sundayby --a yr Tho Weekly 1 The Sunday Sun Is tho creates Sunday world cjt Newppt Ih Mm 2 iWtySMllXt b Sabwat tw win rqawta Prlc5caefiy ly mmM AtUrcaVrilG BUN N a yw vr Yark THE Breckenridge Jb6 D BRLKOKENRI1DQEL NBWB GXdVKRpOlbLr KY positions which he has held ho has giv en general satisfaction ho finally recovered But ho was not ablo lo do any more work on tho farm L H k W TIME TABLE Ho then offered himself as a candidate OutXU WKST OWEN CUNNINGHAM County Clerk tor Jailer nnd nt the Republican ConvenMr Owen Cunningham the County tion in Ftbruniy Inst ho received the Iassengv Dally rr Ilardtnsbnrgl2tl2 pm SOIHOKST Court Clerk elect wns born in Prrckcn nomination He was clotted In Novem Â¬ Passenger Daily arr tlardlniborg 740 am ridge county August ill 1851 He is ber over Mr J S DeJernt do tho Demo Â¬ Mr Shellmnn entered of tho few men who went into offlco cratic nominee one The outs are in nnd the ins nre out in November last who has not inado upon his duties on Dorinibcr 8th lost Littlo AlliuDcJerut tie has pneumonia politics a study Mr Cunningham start Â¬ having licen nitpolntid by Judge Adkii- There arc no funds hi the tlly Treasury ed out in Hfo to make tho business of son to fill the micxptriil term of J S school teaching his profession To this DeJerncttf who rt signed on account of M is Ellle Smith is visiting at Rowley Mr Shell vlllo end ho made very thorough preparation his removal from the Statu He received tho ad vanlagts of the btst mans conduct In tho offlco thus far has Clothing with tho tariff off nt J A private schools In the country for nbout been such as to induce the belief that ho WlttB four years and when examined for n will mako n courteous nnd honestofllclal Mr George W Jolly was In town Inst ICSfUors certificate his per centngq inn Mr Shcllman woauiariied in March 03 Mondny far above n camber of his associates to Miss Floradaughter of Geo Hook of Bring mo jour country produce J Mr Cunningham has tuelhf tliool at a Hardinsburg Â¬ News aid Proprlstn 1893 HAPPY Thats Just How the Republicans Monday Hardinsburg k V 0 BacDagi Editors WEDNESDAY JANUARY 0 Baoierlption Every Drops a Drop of fl a Year In AdTtnce If Paid it the End of the Year 125 Frlei 100 Felt at Harcllnsburg Last OLD CHATTERBOX Christmas lias como again ami gono again A day to hi reverenced by all A day whon ono was born Into the world to tell the people of a great city whero nil might enjoy eternal happiness nnd to reveal into thorn a plan whereby all may reach that city A city without dimensions ni lthor longitude latitude profundity nor altitude Ho has gono to this great city and left the gato ajar that all who will may follow Tho blind the main the halt tho grave tho gay tho poor tho rich tho outcast tho fortunate there Is room for all even tho little children aro suffered to nuer for of such is the kingdom of Heaven Santa Claus has ma Jo his annual tour and is now couched away in his mount- Â¬ ain homo to await tho passing of another year By his visit many little hearts liao been made happy It is to be hopÂ¬ ed that no littlo stocking was neglected Christmas is a source of pleasure to nil Tho parents enjoy the eagerness of their children to know what Santa Claus will bring them to havo them visit tho toy shops and watch tho toys disappear from tho shelving To hear them calculate the days nnd even tho hours till Christmas To see their frantic rush for their gifts on Christmas morning Hut now that Christmas is oer there is n degree of sad litBS in their faces Ilko tho bright sun- Â¬ shiny day that is overtnken by a storm tho dark clouds hover about them and their little minds aro gloomy But soon these clouds will bo lifted nnd a crimson sunrise will bring the sparkle back to their eyes The thought of some future day will enter their minds which will bring them as much joy as Christmas nnd they will again bo happy Theic lljtlc in mil are like the moon 1 Imuli hidden by clouds will toon restore tier brightness as the clouds pass by And each time he brighter than bifore I The Officers Elect Walk Out All Walk In While the Democrats Comfort Is tho Verdict of all who drink our V N BLUE DAY FOR DEMOCRATS A What a pity that older ones can not leave ofT sorrow like these children but it is not so They go on sorrowing through life Tho rich man grieves over lost opportunities Tho miser who has horded his money for manyyearsspcnds n dollar nnd finds afterwards it wns un necessnrily spent weeps tho remainder of his days Tiie dude that attends tho swell ball nnd finds afterwards that his necktie was not on straight nover recov- Â¬ ers Tho lady who was not invited to the wedding of one whom sho thought her best friend goes sorrowing for many days to come Tho good w oinan that do cldes she wants a now dress visits nil tho dry goods stores for samples takes them nnd asks in her neighbors to tell her which is tho most suitable Tho nest thing is to have it in the latest stylo the size of tho sleeves and tho length of the doc ears must bo considered And when it is made and she dons it for tho time I will leave it to you to imagine her grief when she meets her cook witli n dress just like hers But I must leavo off talking about and praising tho women Tho husbands de- I dont claim to bo nerve praise too optimistic but I believe in giving credit to those to whom it is duo A good hus band is tho quintescenco of goodness And I say any woman who is fortunate enough to bo in possession of ono ought to bo tho happiest of tho happy These lords of tho household at their homes are so kind so forgiiining so indulgent nnd so very corrigible They are ever ready to ask forgiveness of their wives If they havo in any way gono astray They naturally love their pipes and their clubs nnd n great many of them lovo their wives If ono wishes to tako n smoke after breakfast and if his expectorations should be n littlo misdirected while ho reads his paper an hour or two thereby delaying the cleaning up ho asks his wifes pardon If tho dear intelligent husband is a member of n club nnd of course nil such are members and is de tained nt n meeting till thrco in the morning nnd then goes homo nnd mistakes the window for the door or fright-Â¬ ens his wife by his vniu attempt to unlock tho door with his tooth pick ho al ways has an apology at hand Tho re- Â¬ calcitrant hubby who goes homo and kicks when ho finds tho tiro very low and his wife crouched over it reading a novo or if dinner is a little late or sup cold or if ho unthoughtedly speaks in praise of the cook ho is over rendy to make amends Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Republicans all went into ofllce last Monday Thcro was qulto a stir about tho court house all day A num- Â¬ ber of Republicans from tho country wero on hands to seo their friends in- Â¬ ducted into placo Tho County Judgos Sheriffs nnd County Clerks offices were pretty lively nil day People wero mov- Â¬ ing In and out talking about tho election nnd congratulating the new incumbents There was only a smattering of Demo Â¬ crats nnd what few wero nbout stood around nnd showed too plainly that it was not their day Tho new olllclals were generally cortcouo however and treated nil cordially Judge Aid was especially courteous and kind to all who had business with him and seemed very much at homo in his new place Ho was fixed up in a hiled shirt brand new suit cleanly shaved faco and was decidedly the hand Â¬ somest looking oiniclal of them all Its gratifying to his friends in Cloverport that hes made so good a start and being sent up from this town everybody hopes that he will mako a good officer Owen Cunningham woson deck with Thos McGill at tho wheel to pilot him overall the sand bars and stoney places and land him safely in the case of storms Owen is n very constlencious fellow with a head of his own Ho dont wnnt to mako any mistakes Hes tho servant of of the people and to them ho is responsible Hes n very modi st man too and that nccounts for tho non rippearanco of his picture in these columns along with tho balnnco of tho crew Our kodac man has been on his trail for three weeks trying to catch his shadow but could nover find him still long enouiili consequently ho is left out Ruben Miller is also left out of our gallery of lucky Republicans He too is a very modest young man nnd dont like to get into the papers too much Tho secret of the whole business is Rubens engaged to one of the handsomest and best girls in Cloverport and Hnrdinsburg society will soon have the pleasure of greeting his fair bride This Is a dead giveaway on the young man nnd we would hnve never mentioned the matter had Ruben treated our kodac man right And then wo want to put tho young girls of Hnrdinsburg on their guard too Handsome Joo Taul tho coronor elect from Hickory Lick is another one of tho lucky members who went in unexpect Â¬ edly on the late land slide He too Is among the number our kodac man failed to run down But well catch him on the fly yetand let tho people of Breck enridge see what kind of a looking man their Republican coroner is Jo 3 comes from ono of the strongest Republican dis- Â¬ tricts in the county n district that never falls to show up in an election and they aro proud of their coroner The ntmosphero in nnd around tho court house has changed It dont seem like old times up there now Democrats nre not in it Its n sad stato of nflairs ton fellow who has been going in and out for lo theso twenty years under Dem- Â¬ ocratic rule We hope it is for the best Well look at it that way anyhow The peoplo havo said by their votes that they wanted n change Their will is the law of tho land and must bo obeyed Heros hoping however that tho new ofllccrs one and nil will fill their trusts with efficiency honesty nnd honor both to themselves the people nnd the good name of tho county Â¬ number of points in tho county niwzj with success He has always been n Republican in politics Four years ago ho was called uppn by his party to mako the race for tho office he now holds and was defeated by John E Monarch Dem- Â¬ ocrat When tho Republican convent- Â¬ ion met in Hardinsburg Inst February Mr Cunningham wan again before his He party Jo- - the nomination for clerk was an easy winner ove r several compet- Â¬ itors At the Inst November election he defeated Mr R C Richardson the Dem Â¬ ocratic nominee Mr Cunningham received an unusually large majority in the race nt his home precinct which was nn evldcnco of ids strong popularity there Mr Cunningham was married in tills county Sept 28th 1887 to Miss Adel Elder daughtir of Mr S T Elder Thrco children havo been born to tho union Mr Cunningham has associated with him in the office Mr Thomas A McGill for the present His intention is to givo the people the best service in the offlco he can nnd recognizing Mr SIcGllls su perlor fitness ho has taken him will witli him in There probably bo no further change in tho deputys plnco until Mr Cunningham himself becomes thoroughly familiar witli every routine of tho ofllce Mr Cunningham has named the following deputies In the county thus far Glendcane G W Carwllo Hnrned G P Notingham Irvington Morris Jolly Hudson Peter Bennett A Witt SILAS A PATE Sheriff was Silas A Pate son ol Austin Pate born near Hardinbburg August 21th 1850 was raised on a farm received n good common school education and has taught five successful terms In life whatever he undertakes success is his motto nnd is suiptescd by few in busi Â¬ ness qualifications true courage and honesty Was nominated for Sheriff by the Republicans last February 12th with out opposition nnd mnde nn honornblo and successful race Tho future prom Â¬ ises us ns goad n Sheriff as old Brecken ridge ever had Â¬ Dr S B Adklsson was hero ono day last week Dr Mllner Uuiou Star was hero ono dry last week Mr L ireeil Falls of Rough was in town last week Miss Ara Board has returned fromJ2 visit to Webster Miss Mary Bowmer returned to Ash- Â¬ land last Tuesday Silos Pate the now Sheriff is boarding witli Burrol Buatd A good suit of clothes worth 18 for 12 nt J A Witts Dr J C Bush will bo hereon tho 14 to remain ono week You cant quarrel with our prices on clothing J A Witt Mr Krcomer the Cily Baker Is ill again confined to his bed Mr Carlt Richardson was hero last Saturday from Union Star MIbs Nowhorger of Louisville is isit iting Mrs Robert McGuffin Postmnstor Joo B Cox has gono over to Webster to spend a few days Mrn Will Lcnnin returned last Satur- Â¬ day from n visit to SU phensport Mr Edgar Lewis representing a Cin- einnati house was here last week Como along Coroner Taul and get in lino Whats tho matter wid ye I am a largo believer in small profits especially on clothing J A Wilt For Sale Four fino harness horses Apply to Victor Robertson Glendeane Ky Owen Cunningham nnd Mr Reuben Miller enme In on the train last Satur Â¬ Fine Roasted Coffees I rit Ml Uncqualed for Purity Delicacy of Flavors and Fullness of strength Used by tho best Cooks and Housekeepers everywhere R N MILLER County Attorney R N Miller tho County Attorney elect was born Juno 4th I860 at Galena Ind Ho attended tho Indiana Central College located nt Ladoga Ind whero he graduated in the Scientific Civil En day Mrs Hiram Bruce aged eighty four died at her home near Mt Zion last Saturday John Alexander went to Custer Mon Â¬ day to nttend the funeral of his sister Mrs Pile Chintz Roynlty was In Monday trying to rent a house He wants lo move his family here tMr B F Beard is arranging to isit Jerusalem and points in tho Holy land early in February All hands willing tho Republicans will stay here for threo tears and then thcro will bo a new deal Miss Mapgle Smith will open a private school for joung children at her homo in this placo early in February Mrs George Pile living near Custer and the sister of John Alexander of this place died at her home last Sunday The jpring term of tho Breckenridge Normal College will open January 21st Competent teachers have been secured The Second Quarterly meeting of the M E Church South will bo hold at Webster the fourth Saturday and Sunday in this month Judgo Thomas Adklsson left lost Wed- Â¬ nesday His last official net was to per- Â¬ form n innrringo ceromonj in the County Clerks ofllce The prices I have put on my clothing stock is my only weapon Its tariff off And this means a reduction of 40 par cent J A Witt Tho County Supervisors met Monday Scott Cart F K Rhodes J T Sklllman Alonxo Bennett and John Alexander compose the boaid Rev Quinn Is soon to sever his connec- Â¬ tion ns pastor ot tho Baptist church at this plaoo Ho will preach his lost ser- Â¬ mon the fourth Sunday in this month Wo have dissolved partnership All persons indebted to us will please come forward and settle P SiiEitnoN it Bbo Kirk Ky In the competitive examination for a place at West Point held last week at Elirabethtown young Samuel Major of tho Falls of Rough came out second best The barber shops aro all running here on Sunday It is taken for granted that tho law la unconstitutional without nn opinion from the new Police Judge on the mattor How profltablo a number of bojs around this town who a e doing nothing could bo to themselves and tie commun- Â¬ ity if they could be induced to go on a farm and follow the plow for about a year Tho City Council met last week and allowed the following claims J II Lonniu lumber 4 05 R P Shacklttt rent and salary 025 Romo Parkor rock 210 J E Monarch arranging poll book 250 G D Brown salary 20 V G Bab bago City Attorney 5 Gus Shellman jailer 3QU SrA rE ok Qiijo City or Toibdo LupAa County FiiANif J Ciibney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Ciiknky if Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State afore said and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tho use of Halls Oatabiui Cuub FRANK J CHENEY Snoru to beforo mo and euscrlbed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 1 gineering departments After lenving collega ho went West where he followed the business of Civil Engineering for sometime He nlso took up tho study of lnw nnd obtained a license to pruitice In 1880 Later he returned to New Albany Ind whero ho took up the practice of his profession lie remained in New Albany only about two ears when he came to Cloverport He was here but a short time when he formed n partnership with D R Mu ray which continued about threo ears Previous to the as- Â¬ sembling of the R publican convention to nominato candidates for tho county ofllce s Mr Miller b enme n candidate for tho position of County Attorney and defeated Mr Jose R Eskridge of Har Â¬ dinsburg fer the place In November lost he was elected by a good majority over Ju go Milton Board the Democrat- Â¬ ic nominee Mr Miller has only a limit- Â¬ ed experience iu looking nfter county business but he is young and aggressive nnd a littlo more experience will enable him to handle tho office of County Attorney without any difficulty Â¬ VESTS v3 CHINTZ ROYALTY f3Nr m JjSo l CHINTZ ROYALTY County Surveyor Chintz Rojalty tho subject of this sketch wrts born mar HudsonUlle in Brcckenridge co tinty Kentucky January 11th 1838 nnd grew to manhood in the same section where ho was born and en Â¬ joyed no educational advantages except that furnished in tho common schools which in thnt ctrly day of tho common school 8 stem in this stato was very lim- Â¬ ited But by pluck and perseverance ho found hlmslf nblo nt tho ago of nineteen tosecuro a certificate as a teacher in which profession he entered and h as-continued with little iuterruption since Completing with the present his seventeenth year as a teacher He has taught in Hardin Mcado nnd Breckcnridge counties Ho also found time to attend school w vcrnltosslons during tho time he has been teaching always keeping up with the ndvanc nient of tho profession Iu tho year of 1881 he married Miss Mottle W Goodman of Hardin County Kentucky In tho year of 1880 ho con- Â¬ nected himself with the Methodist church nnd wns licensed n vcar Inter as a local prenche r in which capacity he has slnco servo 1 the church of his choice In 1888 ho was appointed hj Judge A M Pulllam to MM the temporary vacancy Â¬ COUNTY SUEYETOE Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Finding lost lines nnd Will attend to any business in the line of Surveying Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners a specialty Breckeniidge county solicited Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow- Â¬ ledgements of deeds at time of surveying if parties desire it Address at Hardinsburg Ky m r tftib iliip to Herndon Carter Co Because they nre the largest and most reliable CommissionMerchants and can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage of the shipper Specialties eggs Head- Â¬ butter poultry fruits of all kinds beans potatoes onions hay and grain quarters for furs hides and wool A trial shipment solicited LOtTISVILLB KY IND TOBINSPORT FOB SALE oxe of the best business stands on the U St J T IlalUoad In Meade county Apply at once to Mrs Hllen VeaBeram Duncan street Ijoulsvllle Ky or K If LeCJrand Guston Ky The OfBcen How tby Lock As I said there uro a great many men thnt lovo their wives Why I frequent ly boo a man go to church with his w ifo V nnd sit with her in church and return home with her from church And I havo known a husband to go far enough even having been married sevoral years to stop business loug enough to walk home with his wife So I must repeat that tho woman who has been lucky enough to havo owned a husband and ono too who was always willing to listen and who is now beneath the daises must enduro a grief almost unbearable when she gazes upon tho picture of tho man who was talked to death and compares herself with tho ax that was perfumed by tho Sandal tree that laid it low There is good reason for the popularity of Chamberlains Cough Itemed y Davis Buzard of West Monterey Clarion Co Pa say It has cured people that our physicians could do nothing for We persuadod them to try a bottle of Cham berlains Cough Ilemedy and they now recommend It with tho rest of us 25 and 60 cent bottles for salo by A 11 Fisher Cloverport Ky Board and Klncheloe llardlnsburg Ky Or Price Crtvun BMag Powder Mwt Perfect Mzi GUS SHCLLMAN Jailer Gits D Shellmau tho newly elected jailer of tho county is the fourth child of James Shcllman nnd Cnthetino Wheeler Shelltunn He was born in this county on a farm on Sugar Tree Run near Union Star The most of his time has been employed in farm pursuits In his youth he received the advantages of a common school education By dint of toil and close application ho has b en successful in farming and now owns one of tho dtsirnble farms iu the Union Star section About a year nnd a half ngo Mr Shellmnn wns so unfortunate as to havo his ankle dislocated This was WM AHL County Judge occasioned by his jumping from a wagon Wm Ahl County Judgo elect is the load of wheat lie was confined to his oldest child of John Ahl and Rhoda h d for more than a year but by cart fill Pate Ahl Ho was born in this county near Cloverport Sept 28 1SCI He was nursing and the help nf good physicians reared ou his fathers farm and enjoyed the advantages of n common school education At the commencement of tho civil war he enlisted iu the Third Kentucky Cavalry under Qon J S Jackson and all mothers who are nursing In Foburary 03 ho was honorably dis babies derive great benefit from charged and returned home on account Scotts Emulsion This prepara Â¬ of ill health January OS he raised a It tion serves two purposes company of stato troops of which he sub gives vital strength to mothers sequently becauio captain on tho death and also enriches their milk and of J P Cummings thus makes their babies thrive He was a member of the Court of Claims four years In March 1891 lie was appointed postmaster of Cloverport by President Harrison Ho held this position until May J3 In February 01 ho received tho Republican nomina Â¬ tion for County Judgo and wns elected Is a constructive food that pro Â¬ to tho office in November last over motes the making of healthy Judgo J Allen Murray the regular tissue and bone It Is a wonder- Â¬ Democratic nominee Judge Ahl was ful remedy for Emaelatlon Canaral married to Roeina daughter of John Debility Throat and Lung Complaint Walker in December 1860 Six children Cough Coldi Anaemia Screfula and have been born to tiie marriage Mr Wasting Dlseaie of Children Ahl resides at Hardlnsburg having mov tMtUBMNY MfcuaaW Mc audit ed there recently In all the official Jhtl occasioned by 1I10 reMgnotion of J E Stono as County SupeiinWndent of Schools of Brcckenridge county The same year lie was nominated by tho Re- Â¬ publican Convt ntlon as their candidate for tho office of County Superintendent of Schools and wns defeated by James W Miller Democrat by a small majority After this lie continued to serve his party with lojalty until Int April when the Republican County Committee placed his name on their ticket as can didate for Surveyor to fill the vacancy caused by Mr Dion Jolly not accepting the nomination foMhat office tendered him by the Republican Convention at Hardinsburg on February 12 of last year On the Oof November with the rest of tho Rt publican County ticket was elect- Â¬ ed County Survejor Â¬ Â¬ WEAK WOMEN W K DOCKERY County Assessor BuckWi Arnica Salve Ezra Larub is on the sick list this week There were no Christmas trees at either church this time Henry Lamb is all smiles now Its a great big thirteen pound boy The meeting nt the M E Church has closed with several additions Till Groves has gone to Indianapolis to look after his interests there Rov John F Winohell and wife of Rockport aro visiting here now The recent snow was a great protection to the wheat during the cold snap Mr Howard lloyal and family visited iriepds at Komo during the Holidays 1 Win Wlnchell has added sixteen acres to his farm bouuht of Conrad Slmoms Jessette Kinder lady and Miss Jennie Kinder visited friends and relatives at Pateville during Christmas Miss Josle Leaf has gone to Hardins- Â¬ burg to visit her sisters after which Bbo will return to her homo in Illinois We are containing now of tho muddy roads where a while back it was dust and no water bo its always a complaint The little folks at tho Baptist Sunday School received a treat ot candles nuts oranges etc on Sunday preceding Christ Â¬ mas Elder May organized an Epworth Lea Â¬ gue at the Methodist church last Sunday week with Mrs Florence Simons as president A protracted meeting is In progress qt the Baptist church at this place and also one at the Free Methodist church out at Millstone The bad weather has stopped the car- Â¬ penters work on Dud Bivina house and it will be some time beforo it will bo ready to move into The following parlies were here dur the holidays Misaella Simons waa at homo from Owenboroj Tom Allen from Louisville John Simons from Lafayette j Everett Cockrell from Franklin J R Hyde and family from Hardina hmv and Mat Howard from the same placo 1orSaleon eay payments m -- Breckenridge Circuit Court William llutlsons Heirs On Petition All persons haying claims against the Estate ol William Hudson deceased are hereby noti- Â¬ fied to produce them before me properly proven at my office In Hardinsburg on or before the 1st Monday In February 1S95 Given under my hand as Commissioner of said Court this 6lh day of December 1804 V 0 11AUUAOU MlC II CC 1 5 Quarterly TCeport OK THE Breckinridge INCORPORATED Bwik 1891 Ol Cloverport Ky At the elose of builoBj on the of Decembsr HESOUKCKS Jlit day Loam and Discounts 120270 20 Orerdrafti unsecured 148 09 Due from National Banks JT45 01 Due from State naBk aad Banks 9731 73 Doo from Tru t Companies 00 00 15y477 34 Banking House and Lot 3000 00 a 584 0 Btoeki and Bonds Bpecl 11000 00 Currency 10219 07 Exchanges for Clearings 00 00 27 319 07 Furniture and Fixtures 2000 00 DebtilaSult if430 jj 00 i LlAniUTIESf Capital Slock paid In In cash UVluJFu Cndlvldsd ProSts CertlOed Checks Dua National Hanks uue state Banks and M5I31 38 45100 25000 fO uiTOWII 120004 jjbt o DO 00 00 00 00 1 126081 00 f aV Banktri Trust Cotapente Unpaid DItUmuJs Da nd t 04 00 00 PJ 1 14 1001 9111 1 04 U8 6S Q Btat or Kixticsy CoBBty of Brooklnrldge lit m Emulsion The Bkst Salvk in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt RhoumFever Sores TetterOhapped HanikChllblttlns Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posÂ¬ A W GLEASON itively cures Piles or no pay required i SEAL Notary Public It is guaranteed to give pefect satisÂ¬ faction or money refuneWtl Priee 35 Halls Catarrh Cure le taken iHUmally cent per box For Bale by A R Fisher and acta directly on the bleed aad mu cows surface of the systm 8td for It Is Of No Use to say that there is Some- Â¬ thing Just as Good as Ripans Tabules for disorders of the stomach and livsr It is not so This standard remdy will relieve and cure you One tabule gives relief Rlla A B tjkllltMt Catsler of the Breckinridge Hank Bin located and dolna lusln ss in the oily of CloTerpaf t Ky In said county be lag dulr won mji that the foragolag Be port In all rNpeots a true statement of the eosdltlon of the sid Bank at the close of HiaiiiH My or Deoeaber 1804 to the heei of hU aaowUUg a4 helleft ind further ityi Uwt the bvsiaew pf U Bank hat at the loeaUoa named aad not ettewhetet and that the above resort Is uade U oMsplUao with an oSoIal notice re the Jin dy ot mmbtr 1601 at It day oj nhWs m revert shall be mad V f and a t before n by A B SkUlatan the M day f Januwy 18M 1 J bjMtrt4 brt4 fit 7 Jt i - vr r t tela B gciLisux ShUlMM ROYAL Baking Powder Highlit of all la Uavag CMiwfeeU teMimoniala atrngtk v s avffMe4 RaH JNTSold by Druggist 75c FJ free MaUry Public JtfeekeorlJj txplfM Jaauwy 194 1604 A Co GHENSYA JO Toledo O o art Tab pay U druggist lri jnu a bM U4M4 thrattf h ymr J r VT TBkillulinUr K Dlmior V IVKay B Oaabler BaMr ftlmyut UL K JLX4JSA4 A JL JLk ky JUJUXJL OWSENSE - Highest lloiwrs DR Wrldd Pair I I io OUJZLT Applo butter wo Ih tho money smooth and VnCct as bnsswood honoy B I BEWLEYVILLE Quito a largo crowd of our gay young- Â¬ sters wero entertained at Mr Sanford McCoys Tuesday from 7 to 12 p in They report a fine supper and a good time School opened Wednesday morning Both teachers and n goodly number of pupils present Tho January thaw Is upon us Tho old earth looks very dreary and desolate now after having had on so lovely a dress of white Our good friend Z T Stitb is still an invalid though slowly improving Dr Davo Tusoy of Brandenburg was called to see Mr Stltli Friday A nice little social at Mr Wm Cains Friday evening LVtfrs T J Jolly and Mrs Ellen Jolly snipped a line lot of bronza turkeys to tho city this week Onoof them weigh 32 lbs another 30 lbs Mrs Zach Stith also sold about 20 This is tho place for fine turkeys If anyone wants somo of these fino birds just let us know Evoryono filled their Ico houses Flonty of Ico cream next summer Well bo up Ed Mrs Tom Ditto of Louisville who is visiting her father Mr John Cox has been tick for a woek or more Mr Horace Snyder has moved his fam- Â¬ ily to the Falls of Rough Ho will work for Mr Green this year Miss Florence Cain has a sacred lily that has had some lovely flowers on it Miss Lucy Frank has one starting off finely Mrs Will Jolly had a turkey eating at their house Thursday Tho Epworth League held their regu- Â¬ lar literary meeting Monday night Dec 31et watching the New Year in They had an interesting program of recitations readings and songs and passed tho timo pleasantly Theso llttlo meetings break in upon the monotony of our lives and wo trust the influence they exert is for good continually Among the recitations wo noto The Stailess Crown This is a thought for us all to consider Bro Cundlffnt both the Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day appointments failed to put in his appearance- - His llttlo boy has been sick and was too ill for him to leave home Wo regret both of theso circum stances very much Bro Cundiff has our sincerest sympathy Mr Editor you are quite right as to how us women stand on tho money question- - Tho great majority of us know very little about politics and it matters little how you Lords of Creation talk of Intrinsic value and legal tender so wo have plenty of something we can in exchango take to the stores and give for sugar ribbons and oh a great variety of other things Plenty of sugar sweet Â¬ ens the temper beautifully v While on the money question I will say I would like to see more written in favor of the income tax bill passed by our last Congress Who so ablo to pay taxes as the man who baa an incomo And who so little ablo to pay taxes as he who has no income in so far as this bill considers an income Did you ever think of It When our Heavenly Father was establishing a government he raised all revenues by means of an income tax I fear ono thing the Republicans will do should they get into power again will be to repeal this law Let the people speak out in such a way that no party will daro do this Tho closingitem by W N Drury Is for revenue only Please observe With good will Golden Rod I will sell to the highest bidder Janu- Â¬ ary 20 1805 in Bewleyville Kentucky on a credit of ten months 10 per cent oil for cash one six year old bay mare warrant- Â¬ ed to woik well anywhere One three year old Denmark filly broke to work and saddle Two three year old mules both have been worked Will also on same day to the highest bidder sell or rent my store house in Bowleyvllle If sold 75 cash balanco one and two years with interest from date House in good repair size 80x30 ft 10000 cash business established Fine opening for a capital of 1600 or 3000 Will give posesslon in ten days W N Dnuny The New Tear Finds Hoods Sarsaparllla leading everything in tho way of medicines in threo important particulars namely Hoods Sarsaparllla has 1 The largest sale in tho world It accomplishes 2 The greatest cures In the world It has 3 The largest Laboratory in the world What more can bo said Hoods Sar Â¬ saparllla has merit is peculiar to itself and most of all Hoods Sarsaparllla cures If you are sick it is the medicine for you to take Washing1 Machlaes The undersigned is owner of tho Coun Â¬ ty Right of Breckenridge County Kentucky for The Womans Rights Wash Â¬ ing Machine They are a perfect wash Â¬ ing machine and the mere trial of one will convince any one of its superiority over anything of the kind heretofore of Â¬ fered Sold by aae under Letters Patent John W Shoosk Cloyerport Ky By permission reference ia given Mas L E Tkmplx Â¬ COMMON VEitsrs JH CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE A P0MH Mr 0 D Temple after a lingering ill- Â¬ ness of more than a year with dropsy died at his homo In this city last Sunday morning Mr Tempi 0 has been proprie- Â¬ tor of tho Cloverport Hotel for nearly twenty years Ho was n kind hearted cordial man and a good tltlr311 Ho was In his sixty fourth year After funeral services at the Hotel conducted by Rots W li Rutledgo and S 0 Shelly his re Â¬ mains wero taken to Pellvllle his old home for burial Somo folks will think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honor is no better than the common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for thcmsolvcs that its tho best on earth For salo by January Clearing Sale m hi U 11 Ill A8 Clatter and Assumption Of Suporior Knowledge m Everybody Come from Arrinionla Short it Haynes Cloverport Dr R II McMullin McDaniolsM Meyer Notice to Subscribers Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino The date on the label Indicate the time to which your subscription li paid This serves A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett both n receipt n expiration notice every Co Bowleyvllle Ky W E Brown Irv week Examine the date printed after your name on the margin of thin paper and tee if It l ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield correct Knot correct please tolct us know If Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky your time has expired plesc renew at once Free pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Alum or any otheradulterant 4Q YEARS TUB STANDARD Hoods uis Good Makes Pure Blood Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated C of our llttlo Mays sickness and her return to health by the use of Hoods Sarsaparllla 8I19 was taken down with It Is with I Hood Co Lowell Masst pleasure that I give you the details Fovor and a Bad Coutth Breckenridge News 1895 Choi PERSONAL Alf Heinen was In town Tun lay Lliben on skates ta the latest WOAllen Trent to Qlcndale Saturday It 13 Pierce neat to Louisville Tuesday J 0 Harris went to Spotlsvlllo Monlar 8 L Culier returned to Cennelton Sunday 1ercy Hopper wont to Louisville Tueaday Leon M McQarock was In town Thursday Taylor Huynea went to Central City Mon Â¬ day Viva WEDNESDAY JANUARY 0 LOCAL BREVITIES Following this a sore came on her right aide b tween the two lower ribs In a short time an Â¬ other broke on tho left side Slier would take spells of snre mouth and when we hart succeed- Â¬ ed In overcoming this she would slider with at-ucks 01 nign lever ami extiei woody looking corruption Iter head was HlTected and matter eozed from her ears After each attack she be- - Dates nt Riedel dos California prune8 nt tlio City Bakery Judgo Murray wns not so well yester- Ansltm linden has EO 3lO llardlns burg The price on overcoats cut this neck Sulzers AVhen jou want spectacle ago to Short Haynes Fresh Oysters served In any stylo at C C Martins Canned Roods of every kind at tho City Bakery Nuts are just what they are cracked to be at Sulzers A closo shavo on barbers supplies and - cutlery Suhers The infant child of Mr and Mrs Claud Carlyle died last Saturday Physicians prescriptions carefully pro pared at Martins pharmacy Ricdel Co liavo a cliolco lot of fruit and candy for ho holidays Now is the time to buy a cloak prices cut to to ell just come in and see SuÂ¬ came worso and all treatment failed to give her relief until we beKnn to use Ilooda Harsapartlla After she had taken one half bottle we could see that she was better We continued unUI she bad taker threo bottles Now she looks like Hoodsr Cures Tho Bloom of Health Mrs Emberton went to Henderson Tuei- - and Is fat as a pig We feel grateful and cannot say too much In favor of Hoods UarsaparUla A M Adams lnman Tennessee Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly and efficiently on the liver and bow ols 25c LV 1 day hero Miss Grace McCoy left for Lousvillo last Monday Wednesday Miss Serena Jarrett returned from Wm Downs of lUrdlnsburg waa In the city Owensboro tills week last week James F Jenkins left for bis home in Mrs Goo Bently returned to her home a Louisville last Monday PInerllle Friday If you have any plug horses you want Dr Cottrell returned from a tiro weeks visit to got rid of come to Billy Basham t Louisville Thursday Ed Stiles William Foster and Jim Congressman Ellis was a pissenger on Sun- Â¬ Stillwoll left for Morgantown to day day East bound train Joo Axteen of Louisville is he te re Miss Ethel Oelie returned to school at handling some tobacco for M Blaine Georgetown Wednesday If you have any furs to sell take them Miss Mayme Griffith returned to school at to Scott McCoy and let him do you up Oxford Ohio Saturday lzers Miss Pearl Carpenter V Miss Dlxio Terrigo of Waco Texas is of Clarks Station Sulzers now display tho signal service Is visiting Miss Oeorgla White tho guest of her sister Mrs J W fligs on their wagon watch for their wife Capt F M guests of wagon Ryan and are the day Father Nehauae wCt to Cincinnati Wed netday Dare Heron returned from Laulsvllle Wed Â¬ nesday 0T Sklllman returned from Louisville Wednesday Wick Dellaven returned from Fordsvlllo STEPHENSPORT Harrells bridge crew is here Ed Hineroftho Texas spent Sun A Mr Jarrett wte i Pi iTN our rain protectors keep your feet dry with a pair of rubber shoes or boots Sulz rs It is strange how superstitious some people are F A Elder says he cant turn around in L that bo dont see a white horse Cold weather needables throughout pur store and tho prims on them tells the story how badly wo need money Sulzors Tho people who ate gathering the chips of bargains as they fly from our hewing out sale know what bargains are Sulzers Maybe you havnt popped tho ques- Â¬ tion this winter but if youve popped any of the corn from Sulzers you know it Is a success James Goodwin the young English Â¬ man who has been sick with typhoid foyer at the homo of Russell Williams dledMonday night V7ohn Farbor broke one leg and mash Â¬ ed tho other while coasting last week lie is still in bed but is getting along as well as could bo expected Such an event as that which occurred at IIardlnburg lost Monday and coming as it does about once in twenty years deserves moro than a passing notice by a live wlde awako progressive newspaper hence tho amount of spaco given up to it this week The statomeul of tho Breckenridge Bank appears in this issue There seems to be plenty of cash in that insti Â¬ tution as usual and it declares Its reg Â¬ ular semi annual dlviden of 4 per cent whch indicates a good business Capt Marion Ryan borrowed a boys sled at Cloverport He wont half a mile down a hll i seven second Tho sled bit a stump ami it took four men and a rope two lio urs to get Ryan down oat of the top of a bg trea whe he lit when the sltxl atopfwd at the stomp Louis villa Tlur tAiiss Eunice Crosson who was hurt Mr George W Jolly of Owensboro came up toiiile coasting last week was not so well llunday enroute to Uardlnsburg yesterday John T Ditto of Louisville spent Sunday pBss Lolia Daniel entertained a few of with his sister Mra J D Babbage her friends to a New Years party Tues- Â¬ W S Bowmer left for St Louis Saturday day night where he will remain for two months Apples oranges Lemons eocoanuts Mr A DuUchke agent for tho Falls City figs dates candy nuts Ac for sale at Tobacco Warehouse was In town last week C C Martins Mr J T Sklllman went to Hardlnsburg The divorce between values and prices Monday to serve on the Board of Equallsatl in at Sulzars is creating a great sensation MrSam Hall who has been confined to his bed for several weeks la now able- to be ont in our little city If your eyes hurt you to read you again need a pair of spectacles Short T J Bagby of Glaagow who has been vis Â¬ Haynes have them iting Mr Marlon Hambleton returned home Only think just three more pair of Tuesday Hon It A Miller of Owensboro waa a pas Â¬ blankets loft from our last weeks clear- Â¬ ance sale Sulzers senger on the eaat bound train Sundiy fur Frankfort PHe Louisville Critic says Dr Cottrell Mrs H W Uayer and her son of Fords is eotjn to wed the widow of a lato emin Â¬ ville were the guests of J T Daniel and fament Methodist divine of that city ily last week Short Haynes have the largest Ernest Gregory clerk on Sir Ragon camo cheapest and best assortment of spec- Â¬ horns Thursday the boats being unable to run tacles ever brought to Cloverport on account of loe Tho gentleman who came forty miles Mlsa Daisy Weller who has been visiting to get a suit said he made wages by it Miss Mayme Griffith returned to her boaie In besides ho got a correct fit Sulzers Loulivlllo Saturday You well know the quality and stylo The way to euro a cough is to stop the of our clothes its money wo want that coughing Dr BelPs Pine Tar Honey makes us offer them bo cheap Sulzers cuts loose tho mucous heals tho lungs To keep yoursolf dry got into some of aud bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip Â¬ Mrand Mrs George Weatherholt Miss Mattio Milner spent a couple of days with her aunt Mrs L B Helm this week If you want to bo in tho fashion como to Stephonsport and get your dry goods groceries c Miss Georgia McCubbins after a de- Â¬ lightful visit to relatives in Owensboro returned this week Bro B F Shafer of Smiths Grove Ky is assisting Bro Hartford in a series of meetings at Union Star The neighborhood boys gave a big dance at the resldenco of William Bas Â¬ ham last Wednesday night Mrs R Vaughan of Louisville is here to spend tho remainder of tho winter with her son R W Vaughan Theodore Mosely is attending Collego at Hartford Ky We trust Theo may make a bright young roan like his broth- Â¬ er Walter They say a young man with the initials of A T B is seriously thinking of taking a step in the matrimonial lino and we slnceroly hope ho wont break his neck Mr James Milner after spending the X maa holidays at home returned Mon Â¬ day to take up his course of study in medicine Wont Jim make a dandy doctor though t MrTCharles Cashman of Union 6tar will take chargo of the school at this place and although ho is small he can wield the rule quick and heavy So look out boys Stephonsport is in it for ice this year for our enterprising merchants Messrs Bivin Tuckor and Wash Payne put up enough ico for our town Hurrah Boys I Hurrah The Baptist wero very much dlsap pointed Saturday at the non arrival of thoir pastor Bro Hunt But Bro Hunt missed connection at Louisville and of course got left Get a hustle oti you next timo Brer Hunt There woro some close guerses raado at the number of pieces of candy in the Jar at Shellman Bros Tho correct num- Â¬ ber of pieces was 480 and Joe Morgan and Theo Mosoly guessed 487 and R II Vaughan guessed 490 Owen Cunningham left for his post of duty Saturday and we regret very much in losing so valuable a citizen Mr Cunningham will enter upjn his duties at once and we know ho will make Breckenridge county a good Chirk Letters from Kirby Blaln and Minor Stephens of Lakeland Fla Btato that tbo fruit crop in their section was all more or less frozen by tho recent cold wave in Florida but the damages to tho trees was not as great as at first reported l Wliile skatiBg on the ice on Sinking creek last Tuesday evening William C Blaine son of Mr M Blaine fell and came near fracturing Ids skull and for sometime was unconscious but liis many friends arc glad indeed he was not ser Â¬ iously hurt and William U himself once more At a regular saeetlBg of the Masonic order of Stophenspott Umj following officers wore eketed for the eMttiag year E II Miller W M Andrew Crawford 8 W 0 Q Lewis J W J W Jarrett Secy M Blaine Treasurer A D Wright Tyler Joe Sayder 8 D and W B Gutherlaud J D Mr ad Mrs R W Vaughn eater Utaed a tew young folks Moaday sight atul watehed the old year take IU depart Â¬ ure The crowd played Cbrde aad had a folly good time A few wlatttes after the departwe e4 W tke erewd left for their meetire weweg alter steading a delightful eve4ag 1 cough in one night For sale by Short HaynesCloverport Dr R II McMul- Â¬ lin McDaniels M Moyer Co Buras A Taylor Geo Heyser Constantino Rosetta Drury Bonnett Co Bowley- Â¬ V E Brown IryIngtonKy vllle Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky RAYMOND Health of the community is very good at presont Mr Nick Mercer and Mack Cashman visited Miss Etta Allen Sunday Misses Janio and Cora Hendry attend Â¬ ed tho party at Mr Tom Bargers Friday night Mr and Mrs Dick Hardin of Lodl burg camo up Christmas and spent several days with tho latters parcntsMr and Mrs Alex Hendry Mrs Sue Mercer of McDaniels who has been visiting Mr Johns family for several weeks will start for homo In a fow days Mrs Mercer is a very bright and cheerful lady and wo are sorry to know that she will so soon leavo us Mr 0 A Adklsson will close his school at this place in about three weeks Mr Adklsson is teaching an excellent school and we can safely say he has won the confidence and admiration of this entire neighborhood COHgbe ltJ in the treatmont of Jung and bronchial afflictions has been advanced by the manufacturers of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a wonderful remedy All dealers sell it oa a positive guarantee For salo by Short Hayaee Cloverport Dr R II McMullla McDaniels M Meyer Co Suras Go Heyser Cosstaa fctao j A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett A Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brows Irvlngtoa Ky Jno P Niettek Garfteld Ky A R Morris Wg Spring Ky A new theory Mae F Fraizb Hard times being tho burden of his song which has nlso been tbo burden of every other calamity howlers song since my earliest recollections down to tho pres ent time The song is growing louder In direct ratio with tho increaso in num Â¬ bers of tho howlers Tho primary causo of the tronblo being entirely lost sight of in tho noise and disturbance raised there- Â¬ by Said howlers never stopping to tako an inventory of stock in trade an audi- Â¬ ence to listen to tho din being the chief ultimatum desired J II A having through the kindness of tho editor of tho News secured a very largo audience he immediately rises to tlte immensity of the occasion and pro- Â¬ ceeds with great alacrity to howl his longest and loudest thereby largely dis- Â¬ counting the best efforts of tho howling dervishes of tho orient Oil I yo Gods of Olympus the check the gall tho Im Â¬ mense egotism tho intolerable presump- Â¬ tion of tills Achilles this troganthlsher culcs of tho pen this Napoleon of finance this Rothchild on the situation stand in awo ye Carllsles stand in opened mouth ed wonder ye Shermans and Cleveland ariso from the tomb oh yo Summners Bentons Grants aud Randals return to earth thou revered shades of Jackson Jefferson and Hamilton look witli honor upon thy and thy followers handiwork Shudder with apprehension for thy and thy countrys posterity For well know est thou all of yo that J II A is abroad in the land laying baro to the gaze of tho world thy faults anu thy short com- Â¬ ings no more will thy shades bo revered no more will tho rising generations call thee great and bless thy memories And now coming back to earth and things earthy I would like to warn the national bankers of this country of the extreme danger in which they stand When the spirit of J 17 As father awakes he says it is asleep woo bo unto you when the spirits of J II As ances- Â¬ tors awakes skip get out from under skip I say J II A says that tho statements of the party leaders in regard to finance aro lies Pure and simple In another in- Â¬ stance he says that the bankers take their notes of credit upon which tho gov- Â¬ ernment is security and loan them to tho people at 40 and 50 per cent interest Now we want to know by what system of mathematics ho figures himself out of lieing when he makes this statement For if national bankers mako such enor- Â¬ mous profits as this will he explain why It is that a good many national banks after starting Into business go Into vol- Â¬ untary liquidation pay off their out stand Â¬ ing liabilities and quit tho business Al- Â¬ so will ho please explain why it is that great capitalists knowing as they do of the money t litre is in banking will foo- Â¬ lishly loan their money out at four per cent to railroad builders wheat buyers hog buyers and a thousand and ono oth- Â¬ er enterpriz3B too numerous to mention instead of going into tho national bank- Â¬ ing business Why i J 11 A what do those foolish fellows tho capitalists mean by buying 3J per cent government bonds Then to theso is another class of moneyed fools I want to mention hi fore leaving thiB subject viz Building and Loan Asaociatlons Trust Companies LIfo Insurance Companies and tho like Well it amounts to just this that J II A is either wrong or tho fool killer has gone on a Btrike Again tho gentleman says tho govern- Â¬ ment should issuo money directly in proportion to the increaso of population Very well maybe he is right about this But what the people want to know is the government having issued this mon ey how is it to be gotten into tho bands For instance I am in of the people debt it will take aoveral hundred dol- Â¬ lars of this issue to get mo out how and by what process am f to get it This is tbo burning question with mo Have I Does not hogs to sell the government want them Havo I a crop of tobacco to Does not smoke soil Undo Sam Undo Sam Have I a crop of corn has no hogs to feed Perhaps I have a Uncle Sam fow barrels of apple Jack Woll 1 want to is strictly temperance Undo Sam has moro sell my farm dirt than ho knows what to do with so having exhausted my knowledge I como to J II A for information well know- Â¬ ing that from his great fund of wisdom he can not refuse to enlighten us Again J II A tells us with great unction that monoy is a creation of law well wo believo we know that but can Yes to tho debtor as law fix Its valuo a means of liquidation for out standing liabilities but as between buyer and Neither seller no undoubtedly no can the law fix the valuo of money thus created to the creditor from tho fact that its value to him is its purchasing power this power being regulatod by a law en- Â¬ tirely beyond and above tho jurisdiction of the law maker viz the law of supply and demand and now if J H A will answer these questions always keeping in mind the fact both in answering and asking questions that a fool may ask a question that a savant may not answer wo will somo timo in tbo sweet by and by ask him somo more SPJ 1 Â¬ 1 ar And seo for onco what clearing means in our Shoe and II 1 ill Cloth ing Depart- - m jjj ij ment It will bo to your ad to call and test vnntngo our claims for patronago nt m m JlJ In Every Department J Our Stork must bo reduced Tho Goods must Inspect them learn tho prices and yon must admit that we aro offering tho op portunity ol tlio season Economy comfort nnd pleasure goes with purchase Uoino cany come often and come prepared to be pleased tat ll tt 1 1 444 2isEE3KEEEsEEssElK Senn MAIN 1710 7CDe QUL4Ln O OB II PliOlMUETOKS J C NOLTE Assignee Ackermann Brewing EXPORT BOTTLE BEER Co STRRETBREWERY for Family Use 2 tiiikimiom 4r him sjj The Best Shoes for the Least Jloncjr lo 1720 MAIN ST LOUISVILLE KY Ma W L DOUGLAS 4LaWB R wm V c ssbiK m i wLjUhMsk I XVssk 3mx FM U c cc ms mtv- - iS IsMMP sjfcagsMEXs v - ssK Eff Ther cuitom anil Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed Tho prices are uniform stamped on tola From tl to A3 Bared over other mastp VST u your aeier cannot tuppir j oa we euu XWaV million Icoplo wear tbe W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos All our aborn aro cauntlr atlifactarr TtH y kito tno beat Tlue ror tne money ahoofl In itvla eaual rr Ono 3 SHOE Allll IIIV V FIT FOR A KING ssisM ms oc XvsA 3 soles N3tm S3 50 police snoes wort ncment 00 ana ssz Xflssm S5S4350 CordoTanFreneh WIII M M WW 170 2ijte4 9 en hUI t your TT BMSW Boys MJHLS ISlTffiJBEsrlo5 SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSKaSBti supply jou write ror catalogue Tfcsi 9 fafcW dealer cannot Schttl Shoes Nji i VI IW c ssssCr xTfn SZ asasFBssTsiWv J -- si - IAI II - IMTirniril W L Douglas Hrockton Mass S L SULZER GLENDEANE Cloverport Ky deanos gallant young men and creations fairest daughters Those gallants gave 11 party on Monday night of last w eok at the elegant home of Mr and Mrs D C Wo neednt speak of tho Moorman groaning tables of tickled palates of delighted eaters of charming music of fairy llko movements of exquisite beauty of talk wit and play of Dick Owen nnd Dtvld Moorman being boys again of fleeting time of the passago of tlio old year of the birth of tlio new and of the late departure of happy people for their respective homes It was tho crowning social event of tho old year and a flttng commencement for tho new Glendeano Boll of Honor Tho fourth month of Echool closed January Ird with tho following names on tho roll of honor Robert Moorman 0055 Mary Moor mau 03 0 Ada Maxwell 0857 Hallio Moorman 0355 Nellie Moorman 08 23 Houry Moorman 0811 Monnio Hunter 0311 Jcsslo Maxwell 08 Elliott Moor- Â¬ man 0737 Eddio L Moorman 0725 Walter Moorman 0585 Sallio Robertson 0502 Lillis Rhodes 0557 Jesso Rhodes 01 Joe Dick Owen 0301 1inknoy Ball 0285 Otter Owen 0171 This report ia made on attendance do portmonts and recitations for tho past month Only grades four and five of tho public school pupils aio given Absonco a part of the time keeps others who are worthy from holding onviablo places this month Averages below 85 find no placo In theso printed roports JqbiIi ie Teacher Dissolution of Partnership To whoui It may concern Notico Is hereby given that the partnership heretolore existing between the undersigned Arm uame and style oftha fartlts under the Cuinpany la hereby dissolved Milling by mutual conaent The husincssof said firm will be settled by II M lolly and Walter J IlHBOtt December 10 The Worlds 3haw0d m baking jtewStr m pure v so jrtW In tmiagptwueM tht Jfcy Flr Tests ATTORNEY AT LAW Km vrHh Gu3 Brown PLOYfiRFQitT KY DvM R Mmmt BM t4 f Every petsoa big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has ever used Dr Bells Fine Tar Honey pro BOUBee it the beet cough aad luBg rem Â¬ edy oa earth Its true too so we guar Â¬ antee Forsale by Short A HayBesCov erportDr R II McMullin MeDanlek M Meyer A Co Buras Geo Heyser CoasUatiae A Taylor Koeetta Drury Bennett A Co Bewleyyllle Ky W Brews IrvlBgUwi Ky Jae P Nkkok Garfield Ky A X Morris Big Spring I Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old living at 018 Monroe street Paducah Ky says that far Bolls Pino Tar Honoy Is the beet grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during hor life Guaran Â¬ teed and sold by Short 4 Haynes Clover- Â¬ M port DrSHMcMullinMcDanlek Meyer ic Co Buras Geo Heyser Con stanthie A Taylor Rosetta Drury Ben Â¬ nett Co Bewleyville W E Brown Irvlngtoa Ky J so P NkhoW Gar Held Ky A R Morris Dig Sprlag Ky Ico houses all filled John Beeler was hero Saturday Ernest Robertson goes to Louisville Tuesday jjrck Owen and a load ol hogs went to Louisville Saturday Mr Cass Rhodes has been sick for a day convalescent now Glendeano is to have tho Signal Ser vico reports in a short timo Mrs John Stinnett near Harned is visiting Mrs Jesso L Owen Bless your noble Wolcomo Sirooco heart were glad your are back liBuck Moorman is in bed nt this writing not feeling well sinco Sunday Mr aud Mrs D Crockett Moorman at Â¬ tended tho revival at the Falls of Uough Sunday Hunter HarJaway of Bewleyville spent last week visiting iiis sister Mis Davo Moorman Will Storms of McDaniels was hero Saturday Hes collecting taxes for ex ShcriiT Rhodes Hale Dean Owensboro spent tho holi Â¬ days with his grand parents Mr and Mrs W J Dean Bob Robertson has been laid up a few days and was unable o attend Trustees meeting Saturday Master Mac Teyton Falls of Rough spent Saturday and Sunday with his cousins Robt and Elliott Moormnn Tho cold spell camo on and Joe Mat tlngly had no Ice house No wanted ico In three days he had finished a substan tial building and stored away thirty five tons Send on a fellow who can beat it yack Howard had his leg frightfully crushed at WJnkleblccka now mill Christmas week It waa feared amputa Â¬ tion would bo necessary but under tho skillful treatment of Dr Dempster ho is getting along nicely and will bo out again as soon as may be expected lie is at his room at Hotel 31attlugly An overnight on tho part of hlatoichcr caused a mistake to be mado In the re Â¬ port of Master Walter Moorman for last month Ilia averago is 00G Ho ia a deserving little fellow who ridea three miles to school each day This correct- Â¬ ion is duo him and his cstlmahlo parents Mr aud Mm W R Moorman And how wo wish for an angels pen aud dear old tar away Arson cownaad of UiRguage We want to tell of Glen- - ISy WI J 11 Ie KnapiM Jolly 1IOOQTT - To all whom It may ronccrni Notice is hereby given that tbe undersigned have associated thcnuelvca together In business under the firm name and style of the Irvlngton Milling Company for the purpose of carrying or a general milling and other business n the town ol IrvlDgton llrecaenridge county Kentucky and to continue until mutually or olherwiwi dissolved December 10 15 New Partnership RMJo NOTICE W I PinooTT LLY- - Strayed from owner a gray mare about ten bald years old with small sxck In right eye mare Is large bone rough inajsv Left hot De- - 6 The finder will notify rUllow0i Stcphensport Ky by maM or ikl4ry of mare and receive cash reward Uoo Mm in the dlmcetoaCluM was last seen ii WHUi burg VlLUAM KAU6V tKikito liaKJi SECURE A POSITION WANTKDforofll e wftKon Mlarv In moit county In the Middle Southern Wrterrt and n few of the Northern and Kntterti Stales a Those I mm ynunir liity rr yountf grntlrman Experience nut nec Â¬ the country nlo accepted essary In fuel prefer liclnm rs at n small tal ary at first say from j to I50 per month Many who started on snratl salaries now re Â¬ Must be a ceive from 17 lo lit per innntb Must good worker and furnish inod reference deposit In bank cash about I coo no loan nsscu Is a salaried and It nn Investment required Our enterprise Is MronIy permanent position Address I O Hox y endorsed by bankers Naihnlle Tcnn Nll Voo can save delay etc and prove to us that you mean business ny en- Â¬ closing stamps it clt to envrr postage on cor respondence andfor printed matter which will explain all THE BREOKENRIDQE KtKWS OLOVERPOKT KY Teachers Asicoiation MGeeeMMHItMHMHifMH DCllCntC The to Teachers Association Magisterial District met nt McDanielf Dec 22nd nt 0 oclock n in Houso call Â¬ ed to order by County Superintendent Driskell Opening exi rclcca It ading ccripura nud pinyer by Rev F U Roberts 8iuglng Under his Wing by tho Rev F R Roberts West View choir coiiHlsttng of Misses Bonn Roberts Cora Matthews Bessie of the Sixth Ilfswtstvtri Or Debilitated WUIlldll SHOULD USB GARFIELD Chrlbtnian ban como and gone Itr Ezra Doweil seems to ho all smiles now days Mr Georgo Hook was tho guest of Miss Maud Smith Sunday Most all the Republicans here will sup eery - BRADFIELDS Purest and the Strongest B My analyses of baking powders of general sale in this State show the Royal to be a cream of tartar baking pow- Â¬ der free from ammonia alum lime or any adulterations that its constituents are better proportioned and that it has a larger amount of leavening gas than any of the others analyzed Roberts Eula Pumphrcy and Msttie Piimphcry Rev F K Roberta Horaco Butler M G Butler T E Butler Heb er Roberts J F Butler Allio Skillnian and Henry Roberts Enrollment of teachers Miss Kate Glasscock Mrs Clara Dunn Miss Van nah Overton Miss Cova Matthews Miss Lucy Noblett Mr It L Mercer R T Laslio F R Roberts and M Coke Visiting teachers Sidney Hall G W Hall Will Kklllman T J Moore II A Cannon Helnr Roberts and Jihu liar roll Singing by choir C0II1H Tho comforter has j Director and Chemist Kentucky Agl Experiment Station ROYAL DAKINQ POWDCH CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK - SJfenrt25eeVv5rjePBreckenridge PELLVILLE JJ nia Lyons Is very sick with pneumoÂ¬ News 1 PAYNESVILLE Miss Ella Flaherty is visiting at Con- cordia this week Itov Father Kaoux visited Father Herbuth last week Wo aro glad to eeo the pleasant faco of Father Herbuth in our midst agan Tho concert given by Mrs Chas O Graham at Preston the IMst was quite a success Mr John Kerrlck and wile wero visit- Â¬ ing hero last week also Mr and Mis Tom Payne Tho young folks aro contemplating a grand tlmo at Mr Geo Hatdestys next EKRON WEDNESDAY JANUAKY 1805 of Haynesville ed her parents last week C W Downs of Kirk visited relatives and some one else here last week Tho BitECKENiiiiKiE News is tho best county paper that comes to this oilke About one half tho farmers in this country have corn enough to do them Miss Mollie Jett visit- Â¬ Monday and qualified as justice of tho paacc MissDolly Jett the correspondent for tho fcncock Clarion spent her X mas near Floral There has been very little tobacco sold around hero yet and tho farmers are looking despondent Kev It T Brunor will resign as pastor of the church hero but will probably bo called again next meeting Abraham Supero went to Louisvillo last week to see his mother who has lately come over from Germany 1rof Wheeler of Home Indiana spent X mas at home but has returned and is conducting ono of tho best schools ever taught here Farmers hero aro struck on tho Clo verport tobacco merchants who they say give belter prices than tho Owens boro merchants Miss Jcnnlo Patterson formerly of Cloverport gave an entertainment and treat to her schollars before X mas which was a decided success John Stevens Del Hunter Dave Broad sky Vora Moseloy and Tom Halo went to tho Jett school last week to bo pres ent at tho splendid entertainment given by the teacher Miss Jennie latterson They all say it was splendid Â¬ A J Skinner wont to llawesville last Tho Chicago Worlds Fair awarded tho highest honors to Aycrs Cathartic Tills In recognition of their superior merits as u remedy for all diseases of tho stomach liverand bowels Tho best family physic purely vegetable sugar coated easy to take LODIBURG A very dry Christmas here Mr John Avitt went to Louisville Monday Born to tho wife of A J Keys Jr Dec 10 a boy Miss Bobblo Hardin has been visiting relatives near HardlnBburg Mr W II Hardin Owonsboro came up to visit his mother last week Mrs Thurman Smith visited her parents at Hardinsburg last week Mrs Win Head and children Llziio and Jasper visited in Henderson last week M E Avitt who Is attending collet at Hardinsburg spent his vacation at home Several hunters from Louisville spent their holidays In this neighborhood hunting Some of our citizens think J II A tho stop daddy as ho called our president of tho Populist parly Mr and Mrs W II Gibson and Master Edison spent tho holidays In Cloverport tho guest of Mr Gus Gibson Miss Deo Basham gave a birthday din- Â¬ ner to her friend Miss Llllio Avitt Fri- Â¬ day Dec 28 which was enjoped by all who partook of tho abundanco of food which was served with a wolcorao to all Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles If not geta bottlo now and gjt relief This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to tho re Â¬ lief and cure of all Female Complaints exerting a wonderful direct influence In giving strength and tone to the organs K you have Loss of Appetite Constipation Headache Fainting Spells or are Nervous SIeeplcssExcUableMelanchoy or troubled with Dluy Spells Electric Uittera Is the medicine you need Health and Strength aro guaranteed by Hs use Large bottles only flfy cents at A It Fishers drug store Â¬ Christmas pawed very quiety hore Mr Gus Neafus went to Hardinsburg last week A E Guedry went to Guston Monday en business Miss Eula llichardson went to Gar Â¬ field Saturday T Cox movuti to his homo on 3rd street sor week Davo Basham went to Evansvillo to spend the holidays Thomas Huberts went to Irvington Saturday on business J It Doweil of Irvington spent sev Â¬ Wednesday A dance eral days hero last week Santa Claus has made his annua visit II Max Willett spent some tirao last and is home now enjoying tho winter week at Addison visiting friends breezes as they sweep to and fro oer this Arelio McDonald moved into the house dreary earth vacated by A T Cox last weok Tho young folks enjoyed themselves Tho entertainment given by the school very much at the Christmas treo hero hero during Christmas was quite a suc- Â¬ It was magnificent- Â¬ cess last Tuesday night ly planned and the many presents were T P Guedry J H Warfiuld and distributed by Mr and Mrs Santa Claus George Miles went to Louisville Wed I think Miss Fanny had to have help in nesday conveying her presents across the street Miss Edith Criycroft Big Spring spoilt Death has visited our vicinity again Christmas with Mhs s Eie and Biidie and took from us a highly venerated old Brnner He lOConneU gentleman Mr Ilayden Moorman Dauglurty returned toGeth- suffered live years untold miseries until semane Thursday to resume his studies God released him from this worlds at school troubles and took him to a better home There wero one hundred ami forty four Ho leaves a wife and several children to car loads of stock shipped fom this Sta- Â¬ mourn his loss tion iu 18 I Makuieii On Christinas day at the Miss Alma Hull of Louisville attend Catholic church this place Mr James ed the Jtoberls Shacklott wedding last Miss to II Arnold of Populist fame Widncsday Georgia Leo Mattingly by Kev Father James Foushee H P Jones and It A couple look- Â¬ Tho handsome Herburth ed charming while receiving congratula- Â¬ Elisor shipped n nico lot of stock to Louis- Â¬ tions from their many friends J II A ville Wednesday John C Powell of tho Meade Mes Â¬ was at ids own home as was also his bride where ho had many admireis senger Mnjiit Wedueidav with Mi among all political parties left an orph- Â¬ Mamie Daugheity an at ten years of ago ho pushed his way 0 Connell and Emmett Daugherty of up the ladder of fame until at present ho Gethsemane College spent tho holidays has plenty of this worlds goods to begin with thler sister here life in very good style His bride is J D Babbage editor and every thing that any man could wish for of the News was a passenger proprietor on the East Educated and handsomo with a sweet Bound train Thursday May piety disposition and christian Miss Alma Null returned to her home their life bo long and happy Is the wish In Louisvillo Sudday after a pleasant of everyone visit to tho Misses Roberts To say something is one thing to Itov A W Whltelnghill of Louisville Wo cant prove camo down Thursday to fill his prove it is another appoint Â¬ that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is tho ment at Salem Saturday and Sunday best cough remedy on earth unless you Davo Shackktt and sister Salllp near will try it If you do this and dont Hill Grove who have been sink win agree with us you got your money back typhoid fever ure very low at this writ Â¬ Haynes Clover ing For sale by Short port Dr It II McMullin McDanlels Henry Shacklett of Oak Grove attend M Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser ed the marriage of his cousin Jake to A Taylor Itosetta Drury Constantino Miss Mattio Hoberts last Wednesday Bennett Co Bowloyvllle Ky W E He will return to Louisvillo Monday to Irvington Ky Juo P Nichols Brown rcsuuio his studies iu tho medical Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring school Ky Addn sa of wi Icomo by M Coko In which ho re fend to the Silent battles of history as well ss war had been act- Â¬ ive ngente in building up this great nation witli its free institutions and that battlo is still going on and tho result to bo obtained is not to build up but to pcrpetuato thoso institutions and that tho work depends to a great extent upon tho teacher and tho rommon school That tho people of McDaniel wcronwako to this fact and welcomed them into their midst Response by Miss Kato Glasscock Miss Kato read an excellent paper in which she refered to tho hospitality of tho people of Forks of Rough and their appreciation of the things which gO to She pointed build up tho community to the work of tho teacher showing his relation to tho pupils in preparing mem for future citizens and liieir relation to tho nation Importance of tho public school Rev F R Roberts discussed this question In a masterly manner showing Its work in affording a means by which at little ex- Â¬ pense tho children of rich and poor could obtain nn education sufilclcnt to bo the ground work for n life persuit whether a farmer or professional man also that tho common school comes In tho line of missionary work iu that It comes to the poor at tho exp nso of tho prop Tty holder U W Hall made nil excellent point in saying that tho common school brought tho children of rich and poor on n com mon level and thereby fostered n feeling of friendship which could not otherwise exist Further discussed by R L Mer- Â¬ cer Sidney Hull nud M Coke Owing to tho lateness of tho hour ami the nbsenco of Mr C Howard to whom tho subject Tho scparato and combined methods of teaching primary reading and spelling had been assigned was not disÂ¬ Â¬ port Mr Tefler in 00 Mr Eli Johnson has moved to his Every Ingredient possesses superb grand fathers old home j Toulo properties and exerts n wonder Mr Thomas Hook was tho gutst of f ul Influence In toning up and strength- I cnlng Miss Lydia Hook Sunday her system by driving through tho proper channel all Impurities Miss Ufilo Sprlngato was tho guest of Health and strength aro guaranteed to j Miss Nannie Johnson tho 25th I result from Us use Mr Henry Doweil will labor for Mr Mr wife wild ni bedridden for elulitecni month after usuia imAliriilua Mmaik T A Gray tho coming year UEQtTiATOH for iwn month n gelling well jlJuilfiBun aiaiTern An Mr Henry Johnson was tho guest of Druggists at 1100 per battle Sold by Miss Sophronia Philpot tho 24th BRADFIELDS REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga Mr Buck Whltworth was the guest of Miss Sarah Driskell ono day last week tho lmportanco of cultivating In childMr Robert Adktsson and wife were ren tho wading habit especially good visiting her mothor Mrs Sarah Johnson books not trash y literature which would Christmas day keep many a boy from forming evil habits Oar Baby Gone Home Singing When tho mists have clear Â¬ Umon Star Dec 31 Doparted this ed away life Dec 25 tho Infant of Mr and Mrs Owing to lack of limp the re Â¬ N II Watllugton a bright littlo boy of mainder of tho program was left off twelvo days gone to join the nngols in Miscellaneous business was taken up the bright realms above It was very Tho question of holding another meeting hard togivo him up but what is our was discussed and all was In favor of It loss is Heavens eternal gain and may and It was decided to meet tho Hardins wo not grieve but press onward to try to burg District teachers at West View in a meet him on that beautiful shore and joint association look upon him as an nngel beckoning us A resolution of thanks was voted tho onward and may It bo tho instrument of peoplo of McDaniel for their hospitality drawing us nil nearer to God is tho wish in furnishing dinner etc and tho at- Â¬ of n cousin tendance On motion tho association adjourned rVlSVVWWWrVlrt to meet nt West View first Saturday in Feburary at 0 oclock a uv 1803 COLUMBIA Tho association haa lose siod hero Tho peoplo have a higher appreciation PAD CALERDAR of the common school and better under- Â¬ stand their duty in sustaining it Teach- Â¬ Por o o o KrsnhwaesJ ers aro nlivo to the lmportanco of profes- Â¬ sional qualification and aro looking to that work VOCSKV 11 Â¬ Â¬ -- p-v iFeinale RGoiiiatorj a fVtf Yl In Poor greatest gut means So much more than vou imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected health n Health loutuf Dont play widi Natures sort J weak slid Rcncrally ex Sluustetl je vous no tin tfvruarefcellne Brown jne Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia nCiak- lemostrella Jble strciiRllienlitif n cdirlnr whlchls IB on ii a Iron Hit- lb r A few lint tics cure benefit Jcime from the erv first dose it ititcrti itatn Trevit I ittiH anu ii a I pleasant to take i - It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments Womens complaints Get only the pcnulne It ho crossed rd lines on the wrapper All others Rie su slltulcs On receipt of tuojc stamps v will send set of lu i Bfoutltu World a Fair Vlws and book free vlvAayJrf-AVor-ft SlfesK fr 1895 Andrew Driskeix Vico Pres Pros Milton Coke XSeQt BRANDENBURG Held over from last week 2 Old Chatterbox in last issuo thinks we should all read Trilby so does Bab so does everybody who lias read the charming novel I for ono will guefs Rubenstein is the only born musician of this century because ho admired Amer- Â¬ icans and was enthusiastic in their praises as lovers of music as an art al- Â¬ t J II II You Need It AfFS ufiHfcw Bpj II A Desk Calendar is a necessity- of storehouse for memoranda Tlic Columbia Desk Calendar is brightest and handsomest of all full of dainty silhouettes FACTS I POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reasonable conditions n not sav It can not be done until you send for free 1 20 pace catalogue DRAUOHTONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of bnoil hand TypewrhliiL and lelegraphv NASHVILLE TCNN 4 WEEKS by Draughtons method ol teath Ine book keeping is iqnal to 12 WEEKS by old method It expc ids more money in the intcest of Us Employment Department than half th business coIIckci in the south take In as tullon It is stronxlj ndorsed bf Hankers Merchants and United States radical book keepers nil over fteasonable rates of tuition the Cheap board 6oo students past year Open to both sexes It has representing 36 btates and Territories also prepared books ffir mot convenient kind cussed Should beginners be required to do any work outsido of recitation Miss Varnish Overton made a short talk in which she advocate d employment for tho primary pupils and suggested the liberal use of slate and pencil Sidney Hall Heber Roberts and M Coko further discussed the printed and script work and also the merits of drawing Singing Along tho River NOON ItECESS Â¬ Facts For the Thoughtful There are a great many idlo men in our country now but do you know what kind of men they aro as a rule who are Did you ever think of that idle When forced to chose whom to keep and whom to let go if other considerations aro equal is he not pretty sure to let go the poorest workers and those who are not on hand when wanted hecuuso oil on periodical sprees Men with families dependent upon them are apt to have the llrst chance next to them aro retained those who are most reliable most ex- Â¬ emplary in their habits and who aro always on duty when duty is to bo done A little investigation will show you that tho workingman who Is out of work is very apt to bo n man who can for hours at a stretch spin yarns about having had high old times Put these facts iuto your thinking cap Winchester Demo- Â¬ crat Â¬ 1 Carlton Corn well foreman of the Ga zette Middletown N J believes that Chamberlains Cough Remedy should be In every homo Ho used it for a cold and it effected a speedy euro He says n is inuecti n grand remedy I can recommend to all I have also seen It used for whooping cough with the best 25 and CO cent bottles for salo results by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloo and Board Hardinsburg Ky Â¬ GLENDEANE The society event of the season was tho Young Ladles reception given at Holly wood tho beautiful homo of Mrs Eli II Denuo Friday evening from six till twelve Tho houso was elaborately decorated with red bunting caught up with bunchfs of holly that beautiful evergreen which has given tho placo its name Covers wore laid for twenty Tiio luihs wero tastefully decorattd witli lowers and garlands of holly The menu was gorgeous Tiio young ladles who assisted in receiving wero Misses Amanda Deane Lutio Moorman Edna Robertson Carrie Moremau Georgia Robertson Carrie Owen Among those present wero Mr and Mrs Ell II Denne Mr and Mrs J M Howard Misses Bet tie Webb Sallie Moorman Daisy Deane Messrs W C Moorman Charley Deane Venna Moorman Ed Lowls Vic Robert eon John Owen Ernest Robertson Jim Deane Jim Owen Frank Deano R W Owen NOTICE j lafj I iCures the r Miliar Running S Sting In all UW nii 111 Sores Serpents CQVtTlffttMIC lioBcomW s - Grammar Its importance How teach R L Mercer it Mr Mercer showed tho importance of correct oral and written expressions and preceded to show how to teach tho text Ho divided tho subject up inttUts different headings as etymology syntax etc and made some excellent points especially on case M Coke made some suggestions to teach Â¬ ing language iu tho primary grades and having pupils in tho lower grades under- Â¬ stand all oral and wiittun forms with which tiioy come in contact as n prepara Â¬ tory work for tho text book Singing by choir Object of Teachers Association County Superintendent Mr Diiskell made an excellent talk showing the relation between teacher pupil and trus- Â¬ tees The necessity of teachers meeting together and diecussiug difficulties witii which they have to contend How to economize timo mil thereby increase proessional ability A great inuny teachers who carry first class certificates wero not first class teachers and some wero even incompetent to fill out here gradObook History Its importance Miss Lucy Noblett gave n short talk on what is his- Â¬ tory and iU benefits as a part of our education Civ government having been assign Â¬ ed to J II Pile who was not in attend Â¬ ance M Coke took up the subject and discussed It in connection with hlstoryi showing the relativo value of each as re- Â¬ lated to good govcrument Showing the necessity of teaching children to bo gov- Â¬ erned obedience to law and the beauty1 of the history of their country oud the lessons to be drawn tin re from Moral training inpublicfchools Mies Cova Matthews read an excellent paper on this subject Showing tho ohj ct of moral traiuing and how teach it in giv Â¬ ing talks to children on duty to parents to teacher and to play matt s and kind tiess to tho lower animals committing gems and stories containing moral les Â¬ sons Tho result would bo belter order better work and kinder pupils Mlts Covas paper contained soma grand thoughts which all teachers would do well to remember Reading Why cultivate It It T Laslio discuest d this subject and broueht out Bonio good points on both object of and in teaching reading G V Hull and M Coke brought out other pints saying that wo obtain a majority of our Information from reading Tho mind needs food and must have it and it npt obalmd from prrprsourcis It will he obtained Jrom improper sources heice Â¬ Â¬ though ho admitted that young ladies rarely ever became artists becauso ho I added The first mustache they fancy A 2 cent stamps M I awuy goes their artistic desires but a T Address Calendar Department mnn can marry and still cultivate his POPE AlFO CO And we know this is too true taleut Mention thli ptptr Hartford Conn for obvious reasons Chatterbox brings HOME STUDY sent on 60 days trial When vou wills explain hypuotism and its mysterious influ- Â¬ up your wants Address J f Drauqhon Prest Nashville Tenn Wo do know you freeze not ence for vacancies It pava cash Nll stenographersf5 teachers etc as book keepers reported metaphorically either iu the atmosphere provided It fills tame of some people and melt with others call it magnetism hypnotism congenial- Â¬ ity or what you please IU indefinable Condensed News this personal magnetism subtle but at- Â¬ SOLICITING FOR tractive and Trilby is an ovidenco phil- Â¬ Stories osophy and science aside Then this Protective Miscellany old gossiper comes on down to Napoleop AND Womens Department nud if courso ho means the Man of Destiny for the last man by that name Childrens Department Collection Agency was of no account historically So just Agricultural Department now we have had the Napoleonic era in THIS IS NO HUMBUG literature and art for some time and now Political Department it is invading tho social realm and we Answers to Correspondents BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT MAN read of Napoleon dinners teas luncheons and as I never admired the great Editorials Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY Consul I fail to understand this popular Everything Trutli is inexorable and admiration the mans character will not bear too WILL 11C FOUND IN THE strong a light He hadonly ono colossal OP inado all Europe trem- Â¬ side tho one that Journal Weekly Courier ble at one time tho other side was full of offenses we cannot condone and any of us who has read Frederic Masson on A ten page eight column Democratic New Capital Stock 825 000 paper HENRY WATTEESON the Editor Bonaparte and Josephino will foel that our sympathy for her misplaced and our Surplus 87 600 PRICE 109 n YEAR admiration for him greatly modified B P BEARD President book is boldly written interesting The The WEEKLY COUUIEUJOU11NAI makei WILL MILLBR Vice President but is a bad revelation but there is no very liberal terma to agents Sample coplea ot M H DEAHD Cashier rtaon why the full and complete his- Â¬ the paper and lremlum Supplement sent fret to any addreti Write to tory of all our great men then and now a W BEAltD COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY should not bo written Wo havo a per- Â¬ MORIUS ESKIUDGK Dire tor Louisville Ky R M JOLLY I fect right as n people a nation to know THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS their lives and if they step from their INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS AND THE pedestal its their fault and they must stand tho complexion of allaire and so WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL ono of our own Kentuckians with a sil- Â¬ Will bo sent ono year to any address for ver tongue is illustrating just now in a 175 AddresaThoBRKCKEMiiixiE News unVinc from LrTUCORRHEA or WHITES tour ill fiod immediate relief and permanent cure by using Cloverport Ky E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paducab Ky says that Dr Bolls Pine JAMES B PACE Tar Honey cured his children of whoopou can treat yourself at home No Phytlctati Nopaln Notncoiitrnwnce ing cough when all things elso failed iccesMry The Wsfrrs Stommer and buyer of re applied locally dimolium and dislnbutiiif directly Its a new remedy for all coughs For We yiiarantee an absolute ipon the afllicted pans salo by Short Haynes Cloverport j Dr wr it ry an I he full treatment consists of hree formulas A D and C It II McMullin McDanlels j M Moyer FirmnU A for recent cases iV Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ Formula II Tor mora sever eases tino A Taylor Rosette Drury Bennott were cosn f Ung staa AND frtce Siwh 1200 rT1 Box or 0 Boxes for Jlao Per 8 00 A Co Bewfoyville Ky W E Brown Correspondence solicited Reference furnished Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield T H E BOYAL CHEMICAL CO Ky j A It Morris Big Spring Ky 103 BROADWAY CINOINHATI O J and pen sketches and entertaining I I tnougms on outdoor exercise and sport Occasionally reminds you ol the superb quality of Columbia Bi- cvclca nnil of vour need of one X You wont object to that of course W j - BEST - HIIHIHnilllllllllil Â¬ Agents Wanted Lovings - BANK HAEDIlffSBTJEG V wnii Â¬ Jr Dr LeBoyia Utorisio Wafers Both Red r1t BurleyTobacco Cloverport Manager Ky KENTUCKIANS ENDORSE Pierces Factory JNO P BEVERLY GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO ELEGTROPOISB KENTUCKY 4 I make tho prediction that it will tako I will offer at iubllc Sale at my farm on Illtet its place as the worlds greatest discovery Hun SATURDAY JANUAKY 19th 189J as It Is capable of doing more good for All my farming Implement comlitlng humanity than any other Jos 0 wagoni plowa huea hxet mowing machlnefof hay rake and nlher utcntllt Clarke Eeq Morehead Ky Tcimt of Sale all suma under Ij caih In hand 1 aver that amount My wifosaya she has received great all turn given with approved twelve months time will be security benefit from the use of the Electropoiso SAMUEL T JOHNSON I bought of you somo weeks since and feel sure it will euro her of a long stand Â¬ ing case of rheumatism Money could uotbuyit from her 0 W Wright PUBLIC SALE Also Wholesale and IUtall Dealers In Yellow Pine Flooring and Coiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Sola A ire nis for Lime Brlok Sash and Blinds and all kinds or Building Material Homestead DllOUa Fortllizere and Troy Bone Meal Orden aocompuntned with tba caib promptly iTABLERSnil OUOK EYE Louisville Ky All the money in Kentucky could not buy my Electropoiso It cured my wife of tumor after the best physicians OINTMENT A SURE n riiilJ VIS 1PEEDY aail IiASTINQ RESULTS r Viui tw FAT Simple i No InconTenlence PEOPLE rZsil substance had pronounced her incurable Condran Frankllnton Ky Michael CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES front any Inluilous LIMB ASSOUIIM SISB3ID CUHE of refufld tew roenw WBUHANIEE Send 4c lortrssHsa Price MSOOprbottle CBKMONT MKDIOAL CO Boston Mast ktMa sure ABBOLCTZLY e iUy 1 Mf Mr J M Myers of Myers Bonn 230 West Muln Street Louisvillo says ho has no reason to change the opinion express Â¬ ed about Electropoiso threo years ago It cured him of rheumatism Oue nights use of the Electropoiso gave mo relief from bralu congestion and vertigo I have b en a well man ever Rey Geo II Means Coving- Â¬ Bluce ton Ky BEST REMEDY for PILES fTtfutlto IIOSIUMH SOTB HY AXI JlKVeSISTS known for IB years as the and CERTAIN CURE I 001 L0U PENNYROYAL lcr BP lo WOMEN IN DOUBT TJSK mTf5S K wv mum Ga Or Price WwM Cream Baking Powder Fair lllgfaMt Awud SWIFT SPBCIFjC CO AlUoU I wavt trerr nun and woman In the UnlUa Slates Interested In toe Opium and Whisky fctblt to litre on of my book on these dl cue Address B M vYoelley Atluu U fox Wna cue will be iat icafre PENNYROYAL WAFERS atnmi J Kit clro poise put out on trial for four months for 10 Send for particulars For Ble by CHAS C MARTIN WEBB DUiOIS SOS Fourth AvcttHe fjsulivllle Ky CltOVKRFC 9r A spcloa month rafellcln far UdlM to rMtor ana Muku t6 nnw creliMti frea MMthr amt ailoaANA H1 aca or nla4 nn an vrowta Now umhI bj ev M auag UHi uataum nUtuaaffalo-FDUInlfoiahi lilV Ckt - ntwUt latT osij tKoM wu wr Hfntwni WAFERS iloli MmssyMui sVIbX JVILV TmMMtwB9tBaPt F RP0RA7EoS nnrt TOPfc