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TUPp Twvwmpsn KTT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1895 NO 26 cc y OHZIOKI-A-lXJO-- u HER0ES Tacuarl of the Purnguayan fleet It was then that the real fighting men of tho With inontorprlso bad their chanco stinctive pluck and daring tho oi w of tho Tacuarl speedily boarded tl Pa ranahyba killing nnd capturing U of tbo Brazilians on deck Tbo crow in tbo forward part of tho vessel liowovcr madon gallant dufenso Thncomliiand or of tho Taouari was shot from tbo bridgo of his ship by ono of them and about tho samo tlmo tho commnmlor of tbo Paranahyba while shouting out or dors to back tho vessel oil from litr ad rrsatlos thoro boing thrco around her assent down by a Paraguayan sabor But bis dying ordor was board abovo tbo din and tho vessel slipped nwny from tho ombraco of her enemies who dared not rako her with grapo for foar of kill- Â¬ ing thoir friends swarming on her main Â¬ A STIRRING STORY OF LOVE AND ADVENTURE 8IROCC0 Three cheers and a toast for R P S Mrs N O Haynes is right sick at this writing Charley Haynes has been Indisposed for several weeks J N Bcrrymnn went to Louisville tho 7th to sell his tobacco Mrs J K Wiles visited her daughter Mrs C II Morgan Sunday Howitt son of G D Richardson Jr has an attack of whooping cough Miss Polllo Dugan closed a very suc- Â¬ cessful term of school at Pleasant Grovo tho 0th J E Wiles visited his brotherGeorgp at Little Bend the 7th Georgo is pro paring for a grand concert nt tho closo of his school the 20th R B Bowloy and daughter Miss For- Â¬ est have returned from their visit to rel- Â¬ atives and friends in Hancock county Ho reports a delightful tlmo J M Dugan has been compelled to givo up his school at Rock Haven on account of sickness and Ditto Bcrryman has secured tho position Miss Cora and Ada Neafus of Louisville who visited relatives in this vicinity the last two weeks have returned homo to tho regret of several of the young gents A L Ntnfus like Daniel of the Post must also bo growing in grace at the Berrymnn domicile from the large mitts he sports since X mas gravitated in tho Claude Brown direction of Fuirnmunt last week Cap- Â¬ tivating attraction seems to draw him thither occasionally Therell be no Sunday school at Oak Grove next Sunday How do I know that Because thero was no Sunday school thero last Sunday and tho Sunday beforo that and the Sunday and the Sun day beforo that Ha ha ha Omer Huffman Gaosa Mo has been visiting his mother and brother Joe at French Creek What has become of tho Preston cor- Â¬ She seems to have forsaken respondent the Messenger and tbo News too We all nppreclnto her Interesting letters nnd wish she wonld enliven tho colums sen ightly hello inethinks I hear hor say- Â¬ ing something iti tho Messenger just as lam putting tho finishing touch to my letter Tho voice sounds familiar UW D Coleman Co of Doo Run Mills purchased the machinery at the old oolite mill at Kings Landing and it is now running by steam Tho engine is a forty fivo horse power nnd a Jim Dandy Tho scarcity of water during the drouthy seasons has led to tho Inst improvement The old oolite building has been robbed of its last ornamont It now presents the appearance of a ghost- Â¬ ly sarcophagus as it stands out in bold relief on the river bluff a receptacle for bats owls and reptiles a ghost of n once stupendous enterprise James Burgess and Miss Floronco Liv- Â¬ ingston of Cold Spring were united in matrimony a few days ago Squiro Haynes officiating Tho Squire tied tho nuptial knot for Jim onco before but it wasnt Gordian like The bonds were rendered asunder and tho feminino por tion of them tied to another man who now sloops the sleep that knows no waking at least in this lower world The Squire has had more experience and may bo bos fixed em up so theyll stay this time Many thanks to my good friends Bran- Â¬ denburg and Preston for their kind ex Â¬ pressions several weeks ago also to tbo many who have expressed themselves verbally Of courso thoy all know that I dont say just the right thing every time The atmosphere of the latitude in which I abound seems to inepiro me with a spirit of drollery that is at times uncontrollable I think Pecks bad boy muBthave lived in just such an atmosphere though may be it was tho natur of tho brute and he had to let Well ho had lots of nature caper fun and thats just what Siroccos having A young lady in this county but a short distance from here has been cor- Â¬ responding with a young man in Ten nessee Their literary courtship reached a climax a few days ago when she re- Â¬ ceived a letter that he had indited to a gentleman friend in Texas in which bo stated that he was corresponding with a Kentucky girl who thought sho was pat Â¬ ting a monkey on the head but she would find out diflV rently in the sweet by and by It seems he had written to her and his Texas friend at tho same sitting and made a mistako putting the letter that he had intended for her perusal in the envelope ho bad ad Â¬ dressed to his Texas friend and vice versa She ought to have written him in returning lus biter that she did make a slight mistake hat sho played him for a chimpanzee and he turned out to be a babboon I believe she ought to have sent his letter aid her anawor to tbo Texas fellow and ot up a case with him Gee whiz wouldnt Tenncts e chaw his bits Jim Fowler Weldon has a white Scotch terrier Jog that seoms to havo boon born for accidents and hair When its masters breath escapes house burned down some lime ago the dogbelng under the house seemingly uncsBsclous of danger waited till the flames had enveloped the entire building ere it ventured forth It escaped with all its fur burned off and one eye gone Hardly still the fates weru not satisfied Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BOUGHT LIKE TWO BOLD ATTACKS GUAYANS ON BRA- Â¬ ZILS NAVY BY PARA River Stoatners Pitted Against Armed Warships Lod to Victory by a Bravo Pilot Â¬ Twelve Hundred Picked Men Canoos Attack tho Brazilian Ironclads From our Special Correspondent In decks r i i v jc r APANfS wonder- ful naval victory on Yaln river Sopt 17 donblod nud qnadrnplod tho nlrondy koon popular interest inuaval exploits Tho oxoiting deeds of tho civil war adding fresh laurels for Amer ican tars tbo cro ation of tho whito squadron and the competition among great naval powers for superiority in equipment together with tho unknown dostructivo power of modern inventions nnd appliancos com bino to sharpon tho appotito for contests that shall decido something and provo who and what rules tho wave Is it tho nation with tho swiftest ships or tho toughest armor or tho most powerful guns or tho ono that can command tho best fighting men A very modern authority trained to tho deck says that it all doponds finally upon tho man bohind tho gun This battlo on tbo Ynlu bos been called by Europeans tho greatost of tbo century Somo of its Incidents it is wido ly claimed havo not boon paralleled in modern times oxcept in tho Paraguay river in tho war botwoen Brazil and Par aguay If so thcro aro mora points than ono of similarity betweon tho Yellow war and that in South Amorlca in tho sixties Drazil invadod Uruguay in 1804 to closo tbo Paraguay and its outlet the Rio do la Plata to tho interior countries nnd Paraguay declared war It was liko tho challongo of David to Goliath Brazil vast in territory was also rich in material men and ships Littlo Paraguay had nothing except somo money a fow patriots and a can so Ships guns and ammunition ordered from Europe wbilo tho conflict was im pending did not arrive until Brazil bad a fleet in tharivor and Paraguay under blockade In hopes of raising tho block ado by destroying tho Brazilian fdiips nnr pearly capturing them for his qwu usa Prestlont Lopez ruler of JJarogany instituted two separato nt taoks which bocauso of their boldness and tho desperation of tho fighting havo bocomo notorious in naval annals Tbo stories havo not boon told in this coun- Â¬ try and readers who havo followod the courso of tho war in Japan may com paro tbo naval ovonts of thoso wars with thoso of tho civil war Tbo first great battlo on tho Paraguay took placo on tho Riachuolo an inlet near tbo southern border of Paraguay in Juns 1805 Early in April a Brazil Â¬ ian fleut of nino seagoing steamers bad ascended tho Paraguay and anchored Lopoz below tho mouth of tho Parana dooided to captnro tho vessels by board Â¬ ing attacks nud gathorcd n forco of 800 men which embarked on river steam ers rigged out and manned as gunboats An English enginoor on bqard tho fng ship advised Lopez to run his vcssols down at night oloso to the Brazilians and at daylight send each of thorn nino in number to lio alongside nn enomys fillip and board it Lopezs followers woro tho bravost mon known to modorn war and would fight to tbo death every timo but Lopez ordored his fleet com mandant to run post tbo Brazilians then turn and attack Aftor numerous delays tho nino ships steamed past the Brazilian onohorago ground effecting a complete surprisa Tbo Brazilians had no steam up and could easily havo boon run down and ovcrpowored Tho gun uors of tbo anchored ships however oponod fire upon tho dauntless enemy sailing past exploding a shot in tho boilors of tho Iguroy which killed SO mon and also ono in tho Jojul which left lior helpless Iu passing tbo Para Â¬ guayans returned tho firo as bost thoy could with thoir small cannon Tho fleet of Lopoz oarriod 81 guns wbilo tbo Brazilians mountod 60 Tho oxperionoed fighting mon who witnessed thoir maneuvers concluded that Lopez would loso bis own ships iu plaoe of capturing a new loot Ono such spectator was Genoral Bruges a Para guayan commanding some land batter ies opposite tho Brazilian fleet At- though astounded at the sight of tbo fleets reoklusaly plunging into Brazilian waters ho did not loso his lioad but rightly inferrod that the enemy would pursue and in pursuing run tbo gantlet past His gnus Tbo Brazilian admiral to that to thro lioM jour iiom lO 1IW card una you will CV liow mistook tbo plan of tho Paraguayans en ir It U for the uuu to swallow ou o Dr Ilerc met tirely and bolievod that they had rim llust down below him to out him off from the lower Hoot and friendly forts so ha made all haeto to run through tho fleet which had got between him and hia base In tho baste aud oxcltonient of the passage two of tlte ships took a aide channel uador the rango of General Bruges batteries which speedily rid S died and sank tbo Joqultiiihonha of ITS XASILY SWALLOWf- DABA Of Tb PLuwaSi Muuuw PjlILI TI1A Parauahyba eight guns The other the FeUett m the btst Uvw in trying to escape the Are of tlia bat HWe and areare as efteetivedown sad mora piBf nlr to gt teries struck a bar and having lost MTOMS UII amJas 1juJI w her wheel by a shot was caught by a cur wiyrwtwM rm rent and whirled around so that site 14 amafinitnr la Alnuvfc avow mmitf Ttuiv et la mUd easy and twAtraJway wildly and collided with the abmtete tmr for Constipation Viuim m An drift In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 At this tlmo n hero came to tho front on tho Brazilian fleet Tho Brazilian ad miral had run through tho nnomys liuo in n panic but scoiiig two of his ships left bohind was afraid to proceed down tho rivor without attempting to recover them Ho ordorod bis vessels about but booamo Bpeocblcss with foar when it camo to giving orders to fight Tho chlof pilot of tho flcot was nn Italian with tho blood of old Mediterranean son dogs in his veins Being on tho flag ship tho Amazoiias whero tho confusion of orders was notorious ho usurped command nud ordered tho Amazonas to go at the Paraguayans full drive Boing a heavy vessol sho mado a cap- Â¬ ital ram nnd quickly rodo down tho Paraguayri nt tho samo timo clearing her docks with grape Next tho Mar quis do Olindn and tho Jejni which with tbo Tacuarl bad held tho Parana hyba at thoir mercy wcro cut down by ramming or Bhots from tho six heavy guns of tbo Amazonas In brief this mammoth ship too high out of water for boarding from tho low Paraguayan steamers drovo through the Paraguay oub liko n torn a da Four battlrships and two steam launches carrying a gun each woro destroyed four launches captured and tho Paraguayan Iguroy sent off up tho river with n holo through her boiler nud tho Tacuarl covering her retroat Tho English engineer whoso advico had been dospiscd saved tbo four steamers which got back to tho Para guayan lines In March 18G8 Lopez selected 1200 of tboso men tho piok of all bis valiant armies to mako a boarding attack upon a floet of Brazilian ironclads lyiiii in tho river bolow Humauita Tho men woro all good swimmors and divers with tbo daring and hardy habits of thoir race Tho ironclads woro clg it in number and tbo boarders armed with carbines revolvers hatchets and hand gronados ombarked in 48 canoe di vided into eight sections ono foi each ironclad Tho flotilla got ready iu a thicket of reods on tho river bank nud tho canoes woro overhung with cafy branohes to resomblo tbo floating i land occasionally soen in tho Paraguay ivor Sotting out just beforo daylight two 2d of March tho cauoes drifted indor stealthy paddles and nearly reachc tbo fleet when tho island collided w th a Tho astou ided Brazilian guardboat guard backed off aud pulled foi tbo nearest ironolad tbo doublo turrot iina Barrios followod in mad hasto by tho canoemon who broko thoir Boctions 14 goiug at tho Lima Barrios 12 at the Cabral and tho othors scattering to attack tho onos lying at a distance Tho guard alarm boat and tho Paraguayan canoos struck tbo Lima Barrios at tho samo timo Tho crow ran insido closing tho hatches but tho Paraguayans swarm Â¬ ed over tho dooks cutting down all who were shut outsido Thou a bloody fight took place at tho towers whero revolv- Â¬ Tho Bra ers were used on both sides zilian captain and bis first officer wore wounded in tho hand to hand fight and horrible slaughter took plnco insido tho towors and ports whoro tho Paraguayans hurled their hand grenades Tho Cabral was completely durprlscd by tho 13 ca noo loads of boarders but her crow had timo to go into their casemate Tho Paraguayans swarmed over her sides fighting with carbines nnd revolvers through tho ports Thoir own dcuso ranks however su Herod torfibly from tbo shots of tbo Brazilians for which they retaliated with tho deadly band gTcnadcs burled through the ports down smokestacks and through open ings cut in tho hatohes Tbo Cabral bad no steam on nud soon becamo a helpless coptivo Two irouolads uoxt iu lino tho Salado and Horval received somo warning and deluged thoir assailants with grapo bo foro thoy could loap from theix canoes Farther off tho Brazil a ton gunner got up steam and mado for tbo olustor of vossols whoro the battlo was raging so fiorcoly Coming abreast of the Cabral sho swept bor dcoks with grapo then lay alongsido tho Lima Barrios Tho Paraguayans upon Barrios stood a cou ple of volleys of canlstor from tho guns of tho Brazil thou jumped for thoir boats Tho horrible slaughter of tho grape was woro than outdone when the loadod canoos woro caught betwoen tho sides of tho grinding hulls A fow of tho Paraguayans reached tho wator aud woro given tbo choico of surrender or doath by shooting Thoy ohoso tho lat- Â¬ ter and the Brazilians got but 18 pris oners out of 80 canoe loads or 000 boarders involved in the disaster On tho decks of tho Limn Barrios and Ca- rriRY IT I Hold the 1e oft common TMtlnf etrd JL fin no tfeusow will Ml oo eltbcr aldei Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bral lay 140 bodies of tho Paraguayans Tho wounded victims who died nftor jumping into tho wator and thoso killed by Brazilian marksmen when swimming away swollcd tho loss to 400 killed Romantic iu purposo to tho highost do grco tho capture of a fleet with whloh to maintain freedom and marked at every stago by tho loftiest heroism tho attack ou tbo ironclads off Tayn has no parallel in modern naval annals George L Kilmer Mnny stubborn and aggravating cases of rheumatism that were belioved to be incurable and accepted as llfo legacies havo yielded to Chamberlains Pain Balm much to tho surprise and gratifica- Â¬ tion of tho sufferers Ono application will relievo tho pain and suffering nnd its continued use insures an eflYctunl euro For sale by A It Fisher Clover port Ky and Kincheloo Board Har noAitnKns AT WOllK bad the poor brute recovered a now suit till the train had a crow to pick with it Wbilo out with Mr Fowlers children littlo tots playing on tho railroad and being on tho opposite sido of tho track from the children when the train camo lumbering down tho rond started to J Vi u cross over to whero the children were to protect them I ween too late Tho cruol train tore oil ono of its largest limbs Poor dog I presume a cyclone will somo day completo tho wreck FORTY MILLION QAKE5 YEARLY When the final separation takes place if his anatomy isnt scattered about too THE PROCTER fc CAMOLC CO CINTI much over tho county sho should have a monument erected over her remains and in tho absence of Byron Sirocco will J C D0UUNE DANIEL J M HARPER furnish an Inscription Jim has certain- Â¬ ly been rcaing in her hearing Bryons inscription the outpouring of his inmost CO BROOKS BOURNE soul over tho tomb of his Newfoundland and sho thinks that when sho departs this life tho jig will he up with her that she will bo denied in heaven the soul sho holds on earth Minus an cya and leg tho very picturo of deformity her portlnacious spirit defies fato while CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP she seems determined that her namo shall live through coming generations Sho is now rearing a family which will BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl somo day riso nnd call her blessed Wonder if she will tench them to shun railroads and tho nethermost parts of mtmm houses u ii wii jpa GVORYlllfSOAPi lT FLQAT5 dn BROOKS HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock KY F dlnsburg Ky Teachers Association The 1st 5th and Cth Mnglsteral dis- Â¬ tricts call njoint meeting to bo held at West View Saturday Fob 2 1895 at 0 oclock a in rnoouAM Address of welcome Sam Pate Response Miss Cova Matthews Music By Choir Tho Discovery Saved Ills Life Mr G Caillouette Druggist Ueavers ville III says To Dr Kings Nw Discovery I owe my life Was taken with j Grippe nud tried nil the physi Â¬ cians for miles about but of no nvnil nnd wns given up nnd told I could not live Having Dr K inns New Discovervln my store I sent for n bottlo nnd began its uso nnd from tho first dose began to get better and niter using three bottles was up and about ngain It is worth its weight in gold Wo wont keep store or Get a free trial at A house without it R Fishers drug store i3feW W 225PCnOAY RATC8 it fc The most centrally located Hotel In tho city J- - StBJttflKjLUAiniJVj j 2 ml2Ln SIouisyIlleKy con non po J i min J Why teach Physiology in tho public school Clint Basliam Tho nnturo and uso of Method Joel H Pile Music Duet Benefits derived from tho public schools Georgo Hall The Relation between the Mind to be GARRETT John Bruner of Rock Haven was hero Trained and the Subject to be Taught Prof Sbacklett Music By Choir Value and importance of Arithmetic Wm Skillman Incidental lessons for Right Living Rev F R Roberts M usic Quartette Importance of Civics Milton Coke Why make primary work thorough HJ Roberts Essay Miss Essie Matthews The Elements of Governing Power R T Laslie A True Teacher Sidney Hall Valuo of monthly examination Jas W Miller Music By Choir Essay Miss Bena Roberts How to develope permanent interest in studies George Gray Clifton Howard School officers and patrons their re- Â¬ lation to Education County Superin tendent Miscellaneous Â¬ Friday S P Woolback of Brandenburg was hero this week Mr Sim Darneal of Peunebakcr was in town last Sunday W B Mattingly and wife aro visiting in Brandenburg this week Ed Ritchie and family wcro tho guests of Dr Miles and wife Thursday Bob Buckler spent Sunday at GarnettB ville tho guest of his aunt Miss Howard Mr Dnvo Sbacklett died Wednesday January 2d altera longillness of typhoid fover Our Resolution For 1895 To sell GOODS cheap er than over hefore Wo havo just finished takcu inventory find that wo have sold moro goods in 94 than ever hefore mado less money Wo are determined to Â¬ NEWTORK TIMES or the city reader or the country home THE N W YORK TIMES Ii an uncommon ly Interesting newspaper Iti sixteen pagei are brimful of news It It handsomely print Â¬ ed accurate clean fresh and vigorous Evory Intelligent reader will prlie its special departments comprising literature and book news social progress religion art science fashion tho womans paper and amateur sports Tho unequalod Financial Page of THE NEW YORK TIMES Is a capital manual for Investors for bankers and the officers of Sav Â¬ ings Hanks Trust and Insurance Companies Railway Earnings Stock and Bond Quotations Interest and Dividend Notices the Organisa- Â¬ tion of New Companies and ALL Financial News reports are promptly and accurately printed Its Commercial Reports including wool cotton breadstuffs milk butter eggs and farm produce recently much enlarged aro of uncqualed fullness and value Tto Times will do its full sharo of earnest work for 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 la expenditure and to retrieve the defeat brought upon the Democratic Party by errors and be Â¬ ran Music Adjournment All teachers of the various districts in Â¬ vited to come Trustees patrons pupils and all persons who have nn interest for the cnuso of education cordially invited Andrew Dmbkell Pres To say something is one thing to prove it is another Wo cant prove that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is tho best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont agree with us you get your money back For sale by Short Haynes Clovtr port Dr R II McMullirf McDanlels M Meyer Co Baras Geo Hoyser Constantino A Taylor Rosette Drury Bennett A Co Bowloyvillo Ky W E Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Clarence Haynes of Muldraugh spent Tuesday night hero tho guest of J C Crutcher J O Crutcher and sister attended tho watch party Monday night at Mr C D Richardson Jim Fousliee Henry Jones and George Miles were in Louisvillo this week with cattlo and hoge Rod Sbacklett and family were the guests of J G Sbacklett and family of Hill Grove ono night this week Mr Hart Withers and Miss Snllle Crutcher of near Muldraugh were here Sunday tho guests of Mrs Kute Crutcher and family Married Tuesday nt Buck Grovo church Mr Tom Watts of Muldraugh and Miss Hattie Wright of this neighboi- May their lives bo long nnd hood happy E W Bagby a prominent lawyor of Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ ing cough when nil things else failed Its a now remedy for all coughs For Haynes Cloverport Dr sale by Short McDanlels M Moyer R II McMullin Co Buraa ueo iioyser uonsian- tine A Taylor Rosotta Drury Bennett Co Bowfeyville Ky W E Brown Irvincton I Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield 1 n Ky A -- bent the nnnual sales iu 05 regardless to profit Making a beginning wo are having n Clcurncc Sale selling somo goods positively below cost Our Big Remnant Sale Is a good beginning for All tho Now Year goods actually bolow Tho public is value crowding in for them as they know a good thing when they seo it dont delay conio early your eyes will open when you see such good values at ridiculous low prices Wo wish to thank our many friends for past favors wish them all a happy and prosperous New Year which tltey will find if trayals THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES The subscription price of THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES Is ONE DOLLAR a year THE WEEKLY TIMES Is a capital news Â¬ paper It contains all the current news con Â¬ densed from the dispatches and reports of the daily edition besides literary matter discus Â¬ sions upon agricultural topics by practical farmers full and accurate market reports of prices fur farm produce live stock Ac and a carefully prepared weekly wool market SUUSCRIBTION RATES Dally with Sunday go 10 oofou fi50 goo 400 a 00 75 Dally without bunUay Sunday edition only J 00 100 jo Any one day cJtcpt Sunday 150 75 40 VeeKly edition 100 50 30 Postage prepaid to all points In the United States Canada and Mexico except In New York City where the postage Is 1 cent per copy per day payable by the subscriber Tbo Times will be sent to any address In Europe postage Included for 160 per month Tho address of subscribers will be changed as ofton as deslrod In ordering a change of address both the old and the new address MUST be given Cash In advance always Remittances at the risk of the subscriber unless made by Registered Letter Check Money Order or Express order payable to The New York Times Publishing Co I Yr6MojMoiMo it iiorris uig spring DIED - they do their ivy trading with tho Great Bargain Store Report of Hitei Ban School District 11 for the Month ending January 1st 1895 Total number enrolled 02 highest number in attendance any day 74 lowest 23 average 55 The irregularity in the attendance was caused by the extremely cold snowy weather during Christmas week many of tho children living a distance of two to thrco miles from the school house were unable to get to school Interest in the cause of education among this people remains unabated only for the weather and distance many reside from the school house we would have at least 80 per cent of tlm pupils in ngular attenuanco every day of tho 08 slon and we expect to even reach 75 per cent notwithstanding tbo rough weather for the past few days County our opinion In our Superintendent should condemn tho old house and have a new one built in time This is one of the for the next sosslon Isrgest schools in the County and the bouso that is being used is worthless as a school house and the people demand a bitter one and they ouitht to have It Chintz Royalty lrin Teachor Decembor tho 18th 1894 at Tar Fork with brain fover little Evoret tho infant son of J D and Mary Wheatley aged seven months after a painful Illness of three weeks then God roleased him Ho has gone to his from his sufferings Ho leaves a homo of eternal bliss father and mother and four littlo sisters to mourn his loss and to bo prepared to His body was meet him in Heaven placed in tho churchyard at St Marys May nngols conduct him to his placo of A FniEND rest GEO YEAKEL CO 1JRANDENBURG KY I JOST IN QUANTITY BE8TIN QUALIfV Addiess all communications thus THE NEW YOUK TIMES Printing House Square New York City N Y r m- avMii pnirN vermifuge EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 SOLD B V ALT DKVOCIISTS BICHIRMOX WHITES CREAM Wk Editor mix SARSAPARILLA FOR 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies rrpar4 UIC1 W CO The flrat of American News- Â¬ papers OHARLES A DANA Tho American Constitution theAmerican Idea tho Ameri Â¬ can Spiiit These first laot and all the time forever 6 a Dally by mall - - Daily Sunday by mall8 a - - a The Weekly 1 IT LOCli tCAVtAIOirinUtMAKKS COPYRIGHTS CAN I ORTATN A PATENT For a raioptuitwer juid an honet opinion writ to fit U N N dt CO who bT8 had Bfty jtutf yr yr yr FRANKS A Christmas Tree and Entertainment was kIy at Calverts School House on A very large Christmas eve sight BEST BLOOD PURIFIER It cure Nervomneii Dys pepia Sick Headache Boils Tetter Scrof ula and every trouble arltlng from bad blood Try it and be aure to get NmIV Far Mta by In tho world Â¬ An interesting story fall of thrilling ad ventures and dramatic situations Witt hx H li TW Pi dHIOKAMATJG A Btcouwt Mole and IMHohs For Ksrvous Disorders nritiw iroH wsalc ttomacb and all arangatneas of ttis Uyw stomach and boweb Ibey ate guanmlMd to give satisf action or momr k rsturasd Why are they not tbs cLaansst dfeasttoa Hdciia low We had a nlee time erowd attended Tlte children and our teacher Miss Van nab Overton appreacUted H very much Santa Clans brought them so many nice presents Dr Prices Cream fUklac Powder A R FISHER Druggist Claverpsrt Ky tloiaIrtotljoonlldOQtl4l A iluailbookof In furaiMtoo onoualnjr Patent aad bow to oo lain ibwb lent frc Alio eatalogM Of mtcaan aad toUDtlRo book tnt through Niuin A Op noelr PjtMli nous in io neianiine AMcricnn ana Uhm re Bfoufkt wdlr bifor to public wits eaai to th limntor Tnli aUoudld largit tewlalloa oi anr aotaatlM work ra tba BUlkU MAtfrOA tlou Bionlhir IJ9 a ytr MbI najjlfijgjj enku RHiiHr emmnu mm ookar ae4 MtogrkM of bw awMwri rvoBQw ux nilr ll wai tkn ml The Sunday Sun Is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in tka world ft bwMiriMtirnlMlr74aMrtfn mnf WWII iCOZlnwti jrT MOADWAT Prlce5cacefiy AaaiMtTHR ly wall SUN 2a Ww York yr ummLt 0mitmt mwm a rimt n l WpjPjMg1lMllilwaf fc5JH irtfwwnpiipi PVOTnina IP THR BRRGKHNRIDGK NKWSt GLOVERPORT KY Tho property was orig- Â¬ inally owned by Dr J M Taylor Jno D V Oi Belbsge Edlton anl rroprletrt All Wo have dissolved partnership persons indebted to us will pleaso como WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1805 forward and settle P Sitanrtov A lino Kiik Ky Babscrlption Frlee S100 a Tear la Advance Tho present board of Equalization put If Fall t tilt End of the Year 9125 in full time lost week and raised every Â¬ thing in Bight Over two hundred clt- - Ovor Two Hundred of cur Good risens will receive notice from tho sheriff Fellow Citizens Raised Out his week to appear before tho board of their Boots J POINT OF VIUW next Monday and show cause why they should not increase their tax list Tho Democrats nta not In It now days looking at tlio situation from a pecuniary Statu of Ohio City ok Toledo Tho List Will Add Noarly Ono Hunpoint of view Tlio Into sweep made n Lucas Countv j J Uiikney makes oath that ho deprived Frank general clean up and not alone dred and Fifty Thousand Do- Â¬ a number of pie but apparently lias so is the senior partner of tho linn of F J Co doing business in the llars to Our Taxablo Woalth weakened their faith ns to cause them to Ciienev lose all hope- of getting on top again City of Toledo County and State afore- Â¬ But this Is not the proper light In which said and that said firm will pay tho sum to view the matter The other follows of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each NOW LET EM HOWL nro in it of course and Just now are on a and every caso of Catarrh that cannot bo of Halls Catabkii great wavo of prosperity but the time cured by tho uso FRANK J CHENEY will come when there will be a reaction Cums Sworn to before mo and suscribed in Tho Board of Supervisors were in sesA largo class of voters aro unsettled in their views of parties and party measures my presence this Oth day of December sion all of last week and fiom tho following list it will he seen that they put and while this is the caso tlio present in A D 18S0 In pretty good work nud but few escaped cutnbents can have no assurance that A WGLKASON they will be allowed to hold over one Notary Public In tho Hardinsburg district the raise Democratic oflicials liavo with Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken internally amounts to 32G0 Cloverport district term very few exceptions in past years given and acts directly on tho blood and mu- Â¬ to over 18001 Union Star district 19 They have mndo a cous surfaces of the system general satisfaction Send for 340 Bewley vlllo district 23540 and the good record and caused but little com- Â¬ testimonials free Rock Vnlo district to 21785 making a plaint The Republicans have their grand total when tho 20 per cent pen O F J CHENEY CO Toledo make Thoir 8SySold by Druggists 75c yet to records nlty comes on of nearly 150000 olllcial acta thereforo may bo closely HAIlDlNSIlURa DISTMCT No 1 i watched Hence it may bo expected t nciNJafUK i Matthias Miller Almr of Jamee that they will put forth their best efforts 300 Miller In Compton land But still Democrats need not bo discour 4 Oil my I Aint Frank Ferry n dandy D F Beardon personality from 31730033300 looking Ophelia god Heretofore wo have encountered B F Heard 3c Co on personality No news much from this point owing and overcome just such obstacles There from 30450 to 38000 is no reason why it may not bo dono to the extreme cold weather 300 Xt K Barnes on personalty from They Bay Gus Sheliman is making a Elijah Board raised on land again It can be dono witli the proper COO effort Three years hence there must good jailer and wo are proud of it 4330 J O Beeler not listed Mr J Owen Cunningham leaves with John R llland raised on land 300 bo another reckoning and if those who 255 on personalty nro at the helm nro not watchful they liis family for Hardinsburg the latter 500 Taylor Compton raised on land will bo turned down Our adviso to part of this week Mrs M Blaiu left Friday for Lake- Â¬ Lafie Daviea raised on land 200 on Democrats therefore is to hold steady 160 personalty land Fla to spend the balance of the and not give up the ship Huston E Dellaren raised on land winter with her son Kirby 1205 1000 to Tho thermometer registered 10 de- Â¬ 800 Kkitiiucan hopes still beat high Mr grees below zero nt this point Saturday Frank Dollaven raised on land Long editor of the Grayson Eagle an- Â¬ 1600 James Durham raised on personalty this for cold weather Hows S3 ltosco Eskrtdge raised on town lot 600 nounces his candidacy for State Treasur- Â¬ Tho cold weather put a quietus on Samuel Frank raised on land 28 er Have wo no Republicans In Breckmost every thing but fires and a good Milton Frank raised on land 600 inridge wanting a state office many have to keep the grat and stovo Dennis Flood rvlsed on land 800 going day and night Thomas It 1-- John Dlytho raised on John AVanamaker the merchaut king Mr William Ganlner the deputy 400 land of Philadelphia has refused n salary of sheriff managed to venture out in tlio Samuel M Hennlngcr raised oa land 400 000 as a railroad president Ho says cold Friday for the fust time and he says James M Hook raised on personalty 300 ho cant afford to neglect his own busi Â¬ ho can swear the thermoniter was ir be- Â¬ Mrs Lucretia Hensley raised on house ness Mr Wanamaker owes his success low Cairo or souio other point 400 and lot in husinessto newspaper advertising 600 If you have any old postage stamps Mrs K lluckeby raised 700 please send them to C C Lewis as he Henry 0 Jolly raised on land 600 BkiUmiicans in this county favor W wants them for a good cause Lets see Henry M Jolty raised on land 300 Thomas McQuady rvlsed on land O Bradley for Governor Mr Bradley if wo cant get nt least one thousand 800 Dennis la a great favorite among Republicans for They aro to go to a young lady to com- D 11 Shcrran raised on cash notes Severs not listed 2100 most anything but there is no uneasi- Â¬ plete her education and lets swell our 500 J I Busby not listed ness among Democrats that he will bo part of tlio chain 600 Mrs Sallie O Hensoly not listed tho next Governor of Kentucky Mr and Mrs R A Sheliman gave a Hardinsburg City Hall Co not listed 600 masquerade party last Thursday even- Â¬ Alonzo Jarboe not listed 500 Jonx W Goff the special counsel for ing and the dresses and characters were J B Stlth raised on town lot 700 tho famous Lexow Committee of New out of sight The fullowing characters J W Squires raised on land 200 York City was six months ago only a wero well represented 800 Aunt Ophelia K S Sheliman raised on personalty Now poor attorney looking for clients 270 Frank Ferry Ladles of Fashion Dr Milton Tats raised on land W K Withers raised on and ho is Judge of tho Recorders Court for D White and Hewitt Hawkins Night 1080 1000 Wm M Hensley raised a term of fourteen years with a salary of Mrs R A Smith Milk Maid Mrs SUOOOayear Georgia Driskel Milk Maid Blanche J B Hensley raised on land 600 on 400 personalty Moseley Paper Girl Fanny McCoy 600 George T Jolly raised land Tht was n splendid iesito of Ken- Â¬ Morning Lena Payne Fortune Teller J T Kingston raised ononland 150 cash 70 greatest and best newspaper the Bettio Allen Grandma Sallie Ilincr tuckys 320 Mitch Meyer raised on stock Forty Topsy Mrs Frank Ferry Indian Girl Courier Journal of yesterday 200 Matthias Miller raised on lot eight pages devoted to Kentucky and Georgia Hawkins Little Rtd Riding Matthias 3c Huston Miller raised on her great industries Thero is no better Hood Mrs R W Vaughan Irishman 800 nttca COO personalty paper in this good land of ours than the It W Vaughan Sambo C J Brown Ben T Miller rolsed on land COO on Courier Journal People cuss it and Held Bloomer Girl Clias Hawkins 800 note rtbuso it but they all read it Dinah Forrest Blaiu and last but not Richard May raised on equalization 200 personalty 200 least the noted clown represented by 400 Tlio invited guests were Lee Meyer raised on lots Wm C Blaiu HARDINSBURG CLOVERPORT DISTRICT No 2 Mr and Mrs M Blain John Crawford 290 Felix a Askins raised on land Mrs J II Payne Mrs G Wash Payne L H W TIME TABLE 500 Misses Katie Crawford and Gertie Elder Joseph Baldwin raised on town lots noma wist The party had a delightful time and oh Alex Boyd raised on personalty 300 Passenger Daily arr Hardtnibnrgl212 pm 200 on residence my how wo did lough at Ophelia and ooixo XABT Joseph A Beavin raised on land 200 Passenger Dally arr Hardinsburg 740 am tho Ladies of Fashion 700 cash notes Breckenridge News week at 1400 WORK OF THE BOARD SIX PAGES Â¬ Dr J B Fry mire on personalty Mrs It O Hunter on land rs Catharine Jarrott on town lot Mm Matr Jarrrtt on town lots Wm II Haylen on land Milton Miller on cash and cash note James P Mercer on land John B Manning on land Ed M Payne on land Win Peters for Morton Peters helrt L T Robards equalisation 11 O Richardson for WmE R Mcdloth- Ian on land D S Richardson cash and cash notes Sheliman Bros store house etc James Sheliman sr cash A cash notes DISTRICT No 4 James Adams W E Brown raised on cash and cash notes Cbas Blanford raised on land Milton Brown raised on land person- - 600 700 300 250 700 YE MERRY X MAS 320 COO 800 260 Tho Bowloyvillians Have a Grand Old tlmo Entertaining and Being r is m BE Entertained 1 300 4900 Quality at the Top Prices at the Bottom tins is tuo conumon us as regards oi fiiiairs wiiu Watching Tno Old Year Out And l36o Making Good Rosolves For 2000 The Now 2000 776 300 A i Wedding is Wanted To Cap The Climax 600 600 Groceries and Provisions Complete alty Julius Â¬ Â¬ Ir Jl B Dutschko raised on land from 800 to 1000 Dugan Bror ratsed on land from 7000 to 9000 Mra Juana Drury raised on land 1000 to 1400 ChasH Drury raised 1740 to 2040 Mrs Mary A Frank raised on person- Â¬ alty from 810 to 1055 G A Foote raised on land from 1920 to 2400 Herman Meyers raised town lot from 460 to 1200 Dr I W Foote raised on peronality equalisation John Gibson Sr raised on cash and cash notes tr Abraham Gross raised on land Mri Nancy Henderson raised on land i ii Thomas P Hardaway raised on land personalty John Haynes raised on land Wm C Jolly raised on lind E W Jones raised on money 400 per Â¬ sonality from C35 to 1076 540 Irvington Milling Co raised on mill and stock from 11500 to 15M00 F II McQehee raised on land a Sanford J McCoy C O Martin raised on land and per Â¬ sonalty John II Meador raised on townlots Dr Wo Btswleyvlllliins havj boon X rnoH lug ami making merry to our hearts con- Â¬ tent during the holidays lencii on 200 earth and good will to men has bcn our motto 2000 First Miss Mamie Snyder op md the season by giving an entertainment on 400 300 tho evening of Friday Dec 2trd and as a now broom always sweeps clean tho 245 whole town and neighborhood turned out to play and mak good cheer Then 480 followed social after s cial tho week through 750 Two especially of note wo will speak 225 of On X mos night Mr and Mrs 150 Charlie Bennington threw rp n their hospltablo doors nud enteitnined quite 490 largely until a wry lato hour Among 300 those present wero Mieses Florence Cain 800 Maggie and Mary 1ayne Annio Johnson 170 Victoria Payne Lgna Drury Blanche 300 Huttio McCoy 230 Jolly Mamie Snyder 250 320 20Q in Assortment Splendid in Quality In over a quarter of a centuries ness wo havo never known busiÂ¬ Eatables So cheap nor has our assortment over been so complete 040 3500 720 400 400 450 400 450 500 Mary Blanford Clara Jor- Â¬ dan Lora Hardaway Messrs George Henry and Wado Drury Alfred Payne Gilbert Kascy Ferd Hodges Roy Cain Fletcher Blanford Philip Cain Aithur Walker Pierce Hunter David Iiardtway Lola Bayne Bought in Large Quantities Bought for Sharp Cash Which of courso puts us on tho ground floor J M Walker raised on tow lots Â¬ TN and Elibue McCoy raised on land R B McGIothlan raised on town lots John Nicholas raised on land John J Nerltt raised on land Richard F Popham raised on house and lot W J Piggott raised on personality Ilenery II Norris ratsed form 430 to to 1000 Thomas II Payne ratsed from 1600 to 2000 John Richardson raised on laud Frank B Smith raised on land JohnSlaton raised on land Alfred Taylor raisol on land Mra Margaret Talbot raised on lind John N Tucker raised on land Bate Washington ratsed on land DISTRICT No 6 John Auberry on personalty i ii on cash and cash notes James Brudshaw on land Henry D Dutch on personalty Tram Beaty on cash and cash notes John R Beaty on land E C Burton on land Lutbcr Clemmons on personalty and cash Mrs Sallie A Cooper on land Ell II Dean sr on land Wm A Dalton on land W S Dean admr on land L Green on mill on other lands David N Howard cash and cash notes James 1 Hall on land Mra Lucy A Hunterbouseandlot J T Jones on residence Ac W W Jones land and personalty James C Jones cash and oash notes Jesse A Moornan on personalty Mrs M E Norton raised II P Moorman on land Moorman Dean 3c Co on land Jesse L Owen on cash eto Geo D Glasscock on land 300 1125 180 CCO 570 400 700 Â¬ 250 600 1000 600 300 300 14o 400 300 346 780 250 205 950 390 800 400 5750 3500 2060 200 lOo 60o 275 200 500 230 650 500 County Court next Monday Henry Head was in town last Satur Â¬ Agalu we can say the old year has day gone and a now ono has come Yes Clothing with tho tariff off at J A another year has past and wo nio one year nearer to our eternal homo Witts Lotus commence tho new year with Bring mo your country produce J new resolutions that we will bo more A Witt kind generous and pleasing in our ways A good suit of clothes worth 18 for Agrceablencss which is one of the 12 at J A Witts grandest characteristics of our nature Miss Maggie Smiths school will open should bo cultivated more than it is by February the 28th every one There nre some persons who You cant quarrel with our prices on are always snappish cross and disagree- Â¬ clothing J A Witt able In their manners What they wero Clerk Richard Sklllmau was sick for n made for I do not know God only knows few days last week There is another class of people who Dr Ben Horned of Hudson Ky was aro so distrustful suspicious envious in town one day last week and jealous that they mako themselves Miss Clara Morris of Big Spring Is very unhappy and every body around visiting Miss Katht Kskrldgo To all such I would adviso to them so Dr J C Bush the dentist is at tlio turn over a now leaf in tlio pago of life Hardinsburg hotel this week so that they may bo a blessing to them- Â¬ Mrs Jesso Wright of Louisville Is vis selves their neighbors and their God iting relatives here this week New Years day Is apt to be a season for I am a largo believer in small prollts quiet loving converse and pensive thought rather than for noisy mirth especially on clothing J A Witt Mr Tucker and Mr Gardner both Our hearts will grow tnoro tender and a mist will dim our eyes as wo recall a qualified as deputy sheriff lost week loving one that was with in last New Lee Bishop thinks ho will move to Years day but now is stilled forover Missouri about tho first of February Yes wo think of our loved and lost Tho thermometer stood 12 degrees be- Â¬ with peculiar tenderness as wo pause low zero here last Saturday morning for a brcathlngnpaco at these mile stones Clerk Cunningham went to Stephens in lifes Journey But tho bitterest tears port Saturday and returned Monday nro not those shed by tho cofllu side Judge Milton Board has opened a law For thero nro sweet and hopeful thoughts office on tho Bouth sido of Court Square for tlioso whoso dead are asleep In Jesus Mrs J E Monarch spent several days just as thero aro for tho world now In the country lost week visiting her fa- Â¬ buried in snow So too tho dead shall arisu again to ther immortal youth and beauty It is good The infant child of Mr and Mrs John to cheer our hearts with these bright Riley died last week and was buried in anticipations and then go forward hopethe Catholic cemetery fully into tho unknown futuro opening The present board of Supervisors got before us It is not wise to burden lie in soino pretty lively work last week heart by borrowing a part of tlio next Very few parties cscaiied a raise on days load Forecasting troublo never their property pays for the trials that have given us Tlio prices I have put on my clothing the most sorrow were those which never stock is my only weapon Its tariffoff happened they existed only in our ap And this means a reduction of 10 per prehension There is a strong guide and help ever cent J A Witt ready to take our hand and mako the ilr F A Carterof Holt Bottom and roughest road easy for our feet leading Miss Susie- - F Mattlngly wero married us surely aud safely to our journeys end hero at tho Catholic church last Wednes Â¬ ROYAL Baking Powder day by Rev Father Gubo Highest et all In leavening M H Beard purchased Mrs Annio Bishops residence la the west end last Strength 3 S Oovettuneat Report Â¬ Â¬ RAYMOND cash and Mrs Annie E Brown raised on town lots Barney Bobler 20 acres land not listed V B Burton 21 acres land by O Robert Â¬ son not listed 115 acrea of land by D C Moorman not listed 66 acres land by H Lake not listed 13 acres of land by R Wbtttinghlll not listed Cash and cash notes net listed Town lots not listed Jamea E Chapln raised on land C W Moorman raised on equalisation A R Fisher raised on house and lot Fralie 3c Miller raised on two lots W D Holt raised on land Virgil Hardin raised on land Marlon Hambleton raised on equal Â¬ ization Jamea W Mattlngly raised on per Â¬ 410 300 1600 200 600 200 800 100 450 100 125 HUDSOUYILIE DISTRICT J II Berry on land Joe TDrane Mariha Elliott Geo T Holmes Miss Bettie NetT Mrs Josle Pile 350 300 250 200 JnoTSturman 3376 2450 1380 2000 Washing Machines The undersigned is owner of the Coun- Â¬ ty Right of Breckenridge County Ken1205 tucky for The Womans Rights Wash Â¬ 500 ing Machine They are a perfi ct wash 2590 ing machine and tlio mere trial of one 1670 will convince any ono of its superiority anything of Iho kind heretofore of1000 over Sold by me under Letters Patent fered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jesse Payne and Frauk Snyder Miss Hattio McCoy had her friends to an oyster Mipper New Years night All spent a very pleasant evening tiiera and shall look forward to another event of this kind soon Miss Hattie A largo crowd was in attendance they came from the four points of tho compass Besides our socials wo have lind seveial dinlngs sleighing parties andiniih vis- Â¬ iting among our youngsters We hayo had several visitors n ho have helped make things pleasant for us Mr D C Heron is over ut Mt Pisgah spend Â¬ Mr ing X mas with Miss Lucy Hunter Hardaway is at homo from Da- Â¬ kota which means n pleasant time for some onn else Mr Frank Snyder has been among old friends again after a so- Â¬ journ of three years in Texas and tho girls why they cant talk of anything else but Frank but alas every sweet lias its bitter ho had to leavo us after a short little fort night went to Stanley Kentucky where ho will go in business with his brother Dr Henry Drury has been among us also after eomo time spent at tlio Medical College Louisville We were all glad to see hm for his pres- Â¬ ence is quite an addition to our gather- Â¬ ings Mr Lyddan of Webster has been in the vicinity ouco or twice du ing the week and by the way Miss Lena Drury attended n party near Webster Wednes Â¬ day night and reports a merry time Monday night we had a grand old Watch Meeting The Epworth League gave an entertainment to while awny tho bonis till tho Youug Year should put in his appearauce which was very interesting The programme was lovely and all acquitted tin msolvcs admirably Muny a prayer was mentally winged to heaven for Gods blessings during the ensuing year and many a resolution to God grant that tho do good was mado prayers that were breathed the resolves that were made at the death of tho Old Year and tho birth of the New may bo answered and kept During the whole time wo havo had a beautiful snow on Motlur Earth which has made snow balling a success with the little folks and the ponds covered with ice which has bet n the delight of the small boy and the ou tiers of ice- Â¬ houses Alter all this what could wo ask more We have one thing more we would re quire from some of the young ladies and gentlemen it is this a wedding Let us havo a wedding now right on top of all our holiday fun to cap the climax 1 Coine and See us VEST The Grocery Men -- CHINT2 ROYALTY s tti Ivl IX COUNTY SUKVEYOK Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in the line of Surveying Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners n ep clalty Also n Notary Public and can take the acknow- Â¬ Breckenridge county solicited ledgements of deeds at time of surveying if parties desire it Address at Hardinsburg Ky Slip to tadon Carter JSZIT Co M Be ame they nre tlio largest and most reliablo Commission Merchants and can handle shipments quick and to tho best advantage of the shipper Specialties eggs butter poultry fruits of all kinds beans potatoes onions hay and grain Head Â¬ quarters for furs hides and wool A trial shipment solicited LOUISVILLE GROVELAND BiiKc KKNiuiKiE Newu sonalty Joseph M Mullen raised on personalty Mrs Mar J Miller not listed cash Jesse I Moorman raised on town ot D R Murray agent for 1iesbyterlan 560 300 2000 500 church raised Julius Nolle raised on ono town lot Sanio store house for 1891 not listed R L Newson raised on personalty It A Oelie raised on town lots Oeliet Bro personalty A L Oelie on town lots E H Oglesby raised on land 1500 600 1010 760 1065 625 1860 Same on personalty Mary K Patterson on land V O fate raised on land R B Pierce raised ou personalty PIcrco 3c Short raised on town lots J A Murray bouse A lot not listed Charles Tlnlug raised on personalty Wm Tlndall ar raised on land and 2000 1500 350 210 300 2500 390 personalty 350 Wm Vest raised on store house 1000 1000 Payne 3c Co raised on bouse and stock Dr S S Watklns on house and lots 400 200 Mrs S Wedding on hout and lot Acme Brick riant raised 1600 Patton Brick Plant raised 1500 V II Burton cash and notes 1776 Town lots 400 600 Cln Cooperago Co on land 915 on personalty UNION STAR DISTRICT No 3 300 Joarpti Asklni on personalty 260 Chili Best on town lots 250 Milton Basham on land 400 Julius Dutschkeon milt on lots 150 210 Lorenzo Dowell on land 6E0 Mis Lon A DIx on land 270 Oeorge Egart on town Iota 600 E P Egart A Co on still house Bridget flood on land 400 JM Jams Flood o land Let us introduce to tho readers of th our littlo village in John W Siiousb all of its brightness and a few items Cloverport Ky We nro a gay peo- Â¬ which might follow By permission reference is given ple in this part of Old Meade We have Mus L K Temple everything wo wish just nt present A ns F Fhaizb plenty of snow and sleighs and a host of girls and boys to participate in the New Years merriment And one who Who Are They to The Tobinsport conespomhnt of tho wishes enjoy these plea ant days with us we most heartily invite to- - como up Cannelton Knriulrer says If you want to get a good txplunationof Cloverport and wo will use every effort in trying to juBtlot two widowers that nro in tho entertain you Mr James Jones and wife spent bov habit of louiing around here get together eral das in Brandenburg this week aud they can mako one belie vo the west Andrew Carrico left last Saturday for part to a regular paradise with angels in Louisville to remain but a few day It Mr Pfelfer of Louisville and family spent the past week with Mr Gus Allen Rev D F Shacklttt tills a his pulpit at Forks of Otter Creek latt Saturday Tiic incessant wasting of a and Sunday Mrs J O Wlllett and little daughter consumptive can only be over- Â¬ come byn powerful concentrated Vance wore the tuesls of Mrs Gus Bru nourishment like Scotts Emul- Â¬ ner Thursday Mr Press Richardson atd wife have sion If this wasting is checked and the system is supplied with lately moved into the nsldence vacated tho Liteary Society at Ekron last Friday FOR SALE For Sale on eay pavinents o e of the best l ight business stands on theX Sr L T IUIload As wo are a stranger and an unskilled In Meade county Apply at once to Mrs Kllen Danczn street Louisville Ky or writer among your corps of correspond- Â¬ YjSr IlllLcGrandGustonKY ents trust that they will be forbearing and only remember us PUBLIC SALE Miss Lydia Huston of near Bloom I will offer nt Public Sale at my farm on Ilitea Held Ky has been visiting her school- Â¬ Ilur SATUIIDAY JANUAIIV 19th 1895 mate Lena Wlllett for the past three All my farming Implements consisting of wagons plows hoes axes mowing machines Miss Huston is a beautiful and weeks hay rake and other utensils Terms of Sale all sums under f j cash In hand accomplished young lady and leaves a all sums over that amount twelve months time host of friends to recret her departure will be given with approved security The Watch Party nt tho residence SAMUEL T JOHNSON of Mies Eva Iticliardson given in honor of Miss Huston was well attended and a Quarterly Report very enjoyable evening to all Among OF THE those present wero Misses Graham A relit r Huston Ililf Bruner Jones INCOKIOHATED Crutcherp Wllletti Itoberts Carrlcos OI Cloverport ICjr Carrlcos Smiths Crutcher Mefsrs At the close of business on the tst day Shackletts Wlllett Jones Rev D F of December 1891 Shacklott and Dr J N Shehnn Breckinridje Bcnk Roll 12 Tho third month of tho Public School closed in DIssrict No 12 January 4th 1S93 Tho names of pupils making an avemgo of more than 85 per ceiit appear in the following list Misses Grace Taul 1 7 Mary Perkins 09 Mina Perkins 91 MelvinaTau1 87 Myrtle Burdett87 Lu lu Pate 87 Clara Taul05 Mat ters Sidney Taul 05 Curtis Pate 01 Jesse Pate 00 Charley Brickoy 85 Harold Walker 85 Everett Pate 80 Owen Duncan 85 Of Honor from District No KESOUKCES Loans and Diioounls 126270 20 Overdrafts unsecured U8 09 Due from National Hanks 5745 01 Due from State Bank and Banks 9731 73 Due from Trn t Companies 00 00 15477 34 Hanking House and Lot 3000 00 Stocki and Bonds 29 S84 81 Rpecl 11000 00 Currenoy 16219 87 Exebapgei for Clearings 00 00 27 219 07 Furniture and Fixtures 2000 00 Debts In Suit 1431 Ji M LIABILITIES Capital Slock paid In In cash Surplus Fund Undirldsd Profits Certified Checks Due Natluool Banks Due State Banks and Due Trust Companies Unpaid Dividends Fund to pay taxes STATKOr KlXTlCKY Itunv Ryan Tedcher 205131 38 BE CURED 1st Consumption DnAPPIKMAN the wHely known special fter year ottudy baa to bia aytem of mall treatment that perfectednow be cau assure the tick and autTcrlng- a permanent cure at their bomea at a price that la aston Shingly low Thousands are availing-- them aelvea of this go den opportunity and hun dredaof teatlmonlala are on file showing the efficacy of the treatment 9I 45100 25000 120081 00 fO iuo issuuiiuirs linkers no iznoi 00 00 00 09 m 1 5 407 05 Cfl oi 1 00 00 04 1804 on 1091 63 2V51JI 38 1 Alt Chronlo Dis- Â¬ eases Treated catakbh TROUBUHCATaTOM r v 3 oisrurss aHONCHIAL AND IUNO strength to combat the disease there is hope of recovery by B J Carlco icotti Emulsion Throat and Lungt Coughs Cotdt Bron Â¬ chitis and Wastlne ftmfkhtjrtt leeM icons NY UlfrvMUb tOetndti of Cod liver Oil with Hypoplios phltes does more to cure Con sumption than any other known remedy It is for all Affection of Mita Eula Jones spoilt a part tf this week in Ekron the guest of hi r aunt Mrs Jesse Jonrs Dr J NShelmn of Washington emu ty was tho guest of Luu and Lena Wlllett New Yiar Mrs Jeff Allen who forsuveral weeks has been confined to her bed with mea sles wo aro sorry to say is no better Mr Thomas Watts to Misa Httttle Wright on Tuesday afternoon at Buck Grove church Rev Wlllett olllclating A party from Groveland ace miptnled by Clint Orutcher of Garrett attended Â¬ ach Liven ANO aOWCL oiscAicafPiupivritt Ntnvoua ixHAuanoN KIN OltCAlia KHCU- MATIBM ANO NtURAlOIA sftl yasaaaw ijulclc New treatment for 1ILKS and ULC1SRS Young or old men autfcrlng from kionev ladom urinaut DIBlAale BLOOD FOiaON iho wtAKNcaacn suHAuaTioN actually re Â¬ stored to vigor health and happiness Or Appltman baa aatoetatcd with htm a fait ataS of expert specialists who earefully con alder each case and prepare the projwr raw mmm scientific treatment all vuiiff nnfifi and permanent cures guaranteed The belt and moit for County of Breckinridge J A B Skllluiao Cashier of the Breckinridge Bank lUnk located and doing buslnisa In tho city of Cloverport Iiy In said eounty be wu ije mai iue foregoing ne s Y port Is In all respects a true statement of the oondlllon of the said tank at the olose of business on the 31st day of Deccmbtr 1894 to I l the bast nf hll knnHllt J furtbsr that the busisen of said BapkY bat been transaeled at the location named and not elsewhere 1 usd that the above report l made In ooupllence with an official notice re calved from lie Secretary of 8tate designating the 31st day of December 1894 as the ray oa wbloa Hta rtfort shall be mado sjs Llr A B Sklllmsu Casblir edits Consultation and opiates Faaa br mall Treatment furnished at the tow rate of Write us freely and fully and tncloM stamp for symptom blank No i Catarrh Mo 1 1M UcuNo3 for Women Ad4rM THE APPLEMAN MEDICINE CO CHWAW KL 573E4U8T f uVKflU4 and rorn to before me by A B Sklllwsa the W day of Januiry 185 Notary Public Breckenridge Co CowsiImIob expiree January 19tb 1844 J T Sklllmau DlreeUr W H Kowttwr Dheetor 2T03reRNINTN Cais B Bkiliuam Dr Price Cream BaIcIhk Powder AtMt PftrfMt M4 j DHuy DUewWr - T qjfmYrrrt i t Jfff TfiisW MMMM awr MB HoMeMadI QROoberi CMtlt HOMEMADE BRBtOKElHmDQm HRWS OLOYBlRPOHT ItY Its aWful mwm in noway JITM tnKuMmhlilsi iiitiil WfJl iifrMUfctft J hlltld Bill AhtWtrs Ktrry V Not boliiR Ratlnfloit With tho rcslllt of jny oxporionco with brooders of liffolf out kinds ami with tho impression tlint noltlicr top nor bottom heat oxoluMvoly principle I decided tlint THE PROPER WAY TO CUT A was tho correct ono which was nenror I would mako niy itloa of what n brooder should bo WAIST LINING As I lintl no old board or boxos I bought two largo nlzcfl bootboxos very chonp which woro about four foot Diroctions For Drafting a Pattorn long ono foot deep nnd noarly two wide to Suit Any Flguro Measure- Â¬ Ono box I carnfnlly knocked nrnirt ro as not to spilt tho boards nnd tin- other ments Must bo Accurate Thou I ono was loft open on 0110 sido covered it nil over tho outsldr- - with loi tnf Observation of tho Working of What la Known as the Qothenbnrg System Mrlgcry Lyiiu lias nil uneoiiquornblo Not long aversion to chccit mid apples ngo sho went to 11 rrstnurnnt nil by herself mid It struck her thnt this would bo a pood tlmo totrysnuiethliignow and oven Â¬ THREE MONTHS ABSOLUTELY TECH JRESSES PEEK n 11 mffimWdawM tpSawmaVM J S j9amaaaKamr mf - Allow Eleven Inchos a Waist Lino Fur Seams s V 1 proliountud in r stylo mny render certain At clinnuca ur Modifications ncccssnry tlio preboiit tlmo tlio wnlst la cut In clfiht lining Is viz two pieces ornt least tlio fronts two 1I1I0 fronts two slilo bncks nnd two center bock pieces A diagram g giv Â¬ en showing tliolr form ntit rulntlvo post This gives what is culled n model tlunit UimUO nlid this Is tlio foundation of ul most nil tlio waists wlidlicr plnln basques roititl widhts coats or princess gowiifl Tc tidapt It to tlio dliTerrnt requirements U to cosy Hint nuy 0110 enn do It who Ju--rt11 U nlwiiya tlic sniuo 11ml bused upon tlio onnio jirliielplos tlioiigli soinctlinos n very Tlio system of wnlst cutting mid flttiiig J - i- - -- TABf dTFA A 0 Peculiar Case of Neuralgia In M- CIZC 33 Periodic Attacks - the Eyos 1 Hood tt Co Lowell Masst I write to say that I have been a sufferer for four years with neuralgia in the eyes The pains wer very screre at night causing me to suffer winter nnd summer alike Sometimes a month would lapse between spells then I would A 1IOMKMA1IR mioounn Bono old folt paper Rnch ns is nsrd un Â¬ dor carpsts nud nailed tho boards of tho other box outside bo that I lind doublo walls nil around t nnytlilnitnt nllnlioutdrcssinnklng With tlio outline of tlio model bnsquo low liadlco can bo inado by drafted marking on tlut portion to bo out nwny 7L V U o 1 o er DIAGRAM IK MODEL llASQCn Avalst wiietlier V nlmprd or ronmllna If tho U too Ioiir it ran Ihj slmrtmiod by making n fold in tlio pal torn at tlio wabit lino tlieroby taking out tho uiinrcosbnry In tho Biinio place vi at tlio leiinili waist lltio tlio biaquo can bo lengthened by sliding tho pattern down after tlio up per portion Is cut to tho proper length To widen it alio us many Inches as nro neo cMury and divldo them adding tho fraction to every scam as it Is cut out In that way tho proper proportion is muln tallied In these days it Is eo onsy to purohaso n reliable pattern nt n nominal cost that it is scarcely ncccssnry to gl detailed di rections us to drafting n pattern but it may bo well to say n few words to thoso who cannot get osactly bucIi u pattern an they want A stiff paper should bo laid flat nnd an outline drawn as nearly llko tho diagram ns possible as to form but as largo ns will bo required with on inch or moro of space all around to spare Tlio length of tho waist in front hhould bo taken and tho number of Inches marked on tho paper Tlireo lncl03 back from this tho shoulder measure should bo taken and marked then the longlh of tho Miouldor nnd tho length undor tho nuns Tho width across tho bust from tho top of tlio underarm Eoam to tho untcli hhould bo takon nnd luarkod across with pencil Tlio first dart Hhould bo 2i4 Inches from thd front soam at tho top and tnpor to Slnchfnt tho bot- Â¬ tom Tho back dart I from nno half to ono Inch higher than tho front according to tho flguro of tho wearer A the proper height of tho darts cannit bo determined until tho waist is tried on it Ik hotter not to out out tho darts until after it is It to I on Tho back centerpieces should bo meas ured In tho samo manner nnd tho length of tho waist marked There- is a flight hollow In tho back ns wll bo noticed in tho diagram tho narrowest ptirt being In tho hollow nt tho waist lino Tho nld forms must bo traied ouf with n pencil In n gracoful tlopo It tlio wearer lie short and thlvkbdt these seams can rearh high cr nnd tlut wlllgho greater aiipurnnt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inch tin pipo A nnd two elbows to extend through tho box nnd lind n small couo slinped pleco soldered nt B to nllow tho lamp chimney to sit up in under also ono ol bow nnd euongli 4 inch pfpo to ex Â¬ tend within nbont four to six inches of tho opposite- cud of tho box Cniil fas tened to tho top of tho box Two Binall cleats wcro nailed to each nnd 3 inchos above ond iiisido D 1 tho bottom of tho box to support tho trny Fig 3 rcprcsonts tho front of brooder which is mado by nailing two boards together with paper botween mid is then epllt clear across n littlo nbovo tho center E tho top part being nnilod to tho box nud a pair of hinges fastened to hold lower part which is tho door Tho mark F is n small liolo nbont thrco inches each way to nllow tho chicks to pasi in nud out to tho run Ono or two snmll pieces of glass can bo fastened in door Q to givo light to insido of brooder A tray mado of light boards forms tho movnblo floor which can bo cleaned in less lima than it takes to toll it by opening tho door nnd pull ing out tho tray and turning it over Whon tho chicks nro first put in tho tray rests upon tho top cloats nud ns thoy grow lnrgcr tho tray cau ba lev ered to nllow them to pabs under tho 4 inch pipo This gives neither top nor bottom heat exclusively but n uni form tomperaturo throughout nnd does not requiro a hover Tho cold nir passes in through tho largo pips nnd is heated beforo it gots into tho broodor proper nnd 11s tlio oponiug is at tho samo end F thoro is n continuous circulation but no strong draft Tho coolor nir which is nlwnys at tho bottom is forced out ni tho opening in door is nlwnys open and tho chicks can rhtss iu and ont nt thoir own sweet pleasure Tho 2 inch pipo nt A should turn down as it retains tho heat hotter than when turned up nnd prevents tho strong draft If yon llko tho idea try it A small can of water placed in tho brooder so tho evaporation will keep tho air from becoming too dry wil bo of advautage It should bo set no r tho top bo chicks cannot got into tho v ator Dr N H Edwards in Western Qar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I then bought enough regular habits 43 years of age and employed Co for the past seven years by Heath Springs well known merchants and bankers of this placa Troubled Every Wook especially It I was up at night I am a man of Hoods81 Cures I bought a supply of Hoods Bar saparllln used four bottles and believe I am W J Lono Lancaster South Carolina cured and Camden Hoods Pills euro Constipation by restor- Â¬ ing the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal HAWESVILLE Ilalmlealer Lflio trains on tho Texas road have fewer mishaps and make better schedule tlmo than any other road on earth How would it do to havo a candidate for tho State Senate from Hancock county this yeni There Is littlo senso in making this a bloody battlo field all the timo and getting nothing from it ex Â¬ cept dissatisfaction Col Sam Sulzcr ol Cannolton was in town a fow days ago and stated to a re- Â¬ porter thnt ho would be able to pay dollar for dollar and have Beveral coins left Col Sulzer has thousand of friends in Kentucky who will bo delighted to hear of his prosperous condition Governor Brown grows even moro tire Â¬ some as his unfortunate and mismanaged administration draws to an end He holds more conversations through his hat than even Corbett or Mitchell und does no more good work for the state than a maiblo image There aro other ways to reach Judge Buchwalter of Ohio than mere talk Â¬ Clarion dou Breeding nnd Halting This breodor may or mny not bo n successful raisor If ho is not tho prob- Â¬ ability is ho will not stay iu tho ranks many years but will throw np tho busi I f 7 ness iu disgust Tho fraternity misses such a man Tho successful raisor s tho man who is in a position to mako monoy out of tho poultry businoss and ho docs Ho probably conld and perhaps does raiso puro bred fowls If he docs nnd is not n scientific breodor ho sol- dom raisos anything of particular noto Yet iio unless by soma clmnco mating can mako tho business pay for asldo from thoso that ho realizes from 1 to 3 50 oaoh for lie has n lot ho can Bell nt tho market prico to help fill ills wnl lot and thoro Is a good olianco of bin staying iu tho business ba it iu thor- Â¬ oughbreds or iu orossbreds for market nlono Keep Hens Scratching UIAOKAM FOIt CIJTTIXO V WAISTS HlArE AND IIW Dotted lino shows where to cut out to shorten WulstHJ Tho back gore moro slondcr nppenrnneo or sldo form should follow tho diagram In shape nnd aetutil iiieasureniont for length and tho sldo goro or underarm pleco should bo as near like tho ulinpo of that In tho diagram as possible the whulo rontons uro about 11 Inches iiioroarniiml tho waist ns line than tho actual measurement thoro nro S3 seams to bo tiikou In If they nro taken in half nn Inch deep that brings tho waist to n snug fit In cutting lining I havo always found it best to allow full 13 inches for taking In Soma allow moro Whon tha lining Is lltted that which Is buporlluous can bo cut nway but It Is not fcisy to add to it When tha outline marked on tho paper rut It nut nnd try It against tho flguro nnd if It 1h right In tho nook nndurm ilea nnd length of waUt tho yard lining may bo cut It requires of drilling or sllesln and It must bo cut on tho straight OtivK Haiuku 1 length to tho Lack and consequently a Fowls kopt in nrtifioinlly healed houses nro moro apt to contract colds than oth erwise After having heated thoir bod ies thoy of a sudden go outdoors to moot a tomperaturo a good many do groes colder Iu this tho scratching shed go does uoblo work It is a good gradually introducing tho botwoon poultry to tho change Tho shod bolug possibly 10 dogroos cnldor than tho roosting pon it likowlso is lOtlegreos Â¬ Â¬ wanner than tho outside temperature Certainly this gradual chango is less dangerous than n sudden exposure to 20 degrees colder If tho scratching shod in under tho same roof with tho roosting pen which it should bo n muslin door can bo fastened in front which during inolemcnt weather can bq kept olosod The Ioaltry Fancier Â¬ Buj Oooil ricturm Nothing so betrays n lark of culture or Its possession as ilia charm ter of tho pic ture to bo seen in tlio homo It Is better to havo 0110 good painting whhli ago will linprovo mid tho growing reiiitiiiiii of IM nrtltt Increase In value than in havo your walU crowdctl with liiipowdhlii watvr rol ora lu gorgeous frmiiesiuid elienp eleldngs Â¬ T yr nnd crayons which nro slmjily tho fad of tho hour lly frequenting galliulni and kttulloK Insttud if blindly Tidying upon ho stock of thoww eallul ntt department of dry goils ntJinm ymi wiu buy ufhin nt tho sniuu cost a pleturp wlileli wl on Joy forever Instead nf inlmrublo inaUcshltt Ludloi Homo Juiirnnl 11 Concerning Window windows glvo just ns much light and nlr as ho iual nrrnngement of two nr thrvo nil alike evenly spaced In the wall TNy look a grout deal more nrtUtlo snd soiicrnlly furnUh o room boW Boston ileuld Groupvl Tho gonuino fauoior tha man who lovos his birds says Tho Poultry Monthly ho man who stands among them nnd watches them ovory timo ho has n chauco tho man who prefers tho company of his birds to that of tho crowd at tho corner grocery or saloon tho man who is over looking to thoir com fort and welfare this is tho mau who If blcssod with tho ability nud knowl edgo of a brocdor and raiser no matter if ho has only tho room and timo to raiso a fow birds stays in tho ranks year after year und who hat helped to bring our thoroughbreds so near perfection as thoy are Every person blgr little old or young black or white rich or poor who lias ever used Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ nounce It tho best cough and luug rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too bo wo guar- Â¬ antee Forsale by Short Hayacs Clov erportjDr R II McMullln McDanlcla Geo Iloyser M WeyprCo tluraa CoaetantiBe A Taylor Rosette Drury UnnRfcCoewlyvllle Ky Wf Kf P Nichote Brown Irvlngton Ky Â¬ Â¬ ifx Attorney Kelly has shaved his mustache oil the first timo for sixyeare and has concluded to devote more atten- Â¬ tion to the Indies and lets to politics Lou Soyr z who runs a confectionery in tnls city disappeared just before Christmas and has not sinco been home It is believed ho went to Louisvillo and then to Atlanta where he formerly liv- Â¬ ed tfhe Republican officers all tookohargo Monday morning Thoy have now every ofllco in tho county save that of Circuit Clerk held by W LSterett This office will be filled by election nextNovember Tho Republicans all report that the offices are turned over to them in good shnpo The now sot of gentlemen it is believed will make good officers Lewlsport is to have a bank and B II Polndixter ex County Court Clerk is to bo its cashier Mr Poindexter is now organizing and at work on tho articles of incorporation Its capital stock will be Subscription fifteen thousand dollars books for stock aro now open and there is already enough stock spokon for to in suro the organization It is no trouble to sell bank stock especially to thoso who are familiar with dividends Wo wish tho incorporators success in their under- Â¬ taking and know it will bo successful with such country to back it hs Lewis poit has and no cashier being so admir- Â¬ ably fitted for the position knowing as ho does every man in tho county and his financial standing It is thought that business in the now bank will begin by tho first of March r John W Maston and Miss Mar- Â¬ garet R Thomas were married at tho residence of the brides father in this The city Monday evening at 2 p m bride drccsed in white silk and tullo was given by her father while the groom was attended by Rov J J Woll The other attendants were as follows Misses Martha Thomas Lizzio Allen Annie Younger and Allice Baker of Owens boroj and Messrs Jas II Jackson Simms Thomas TM White and E E Kelly Tho ceremony was beautifully pronounc ed Rev V G Footo in the presence of a large crowd of theirmost intlmato friends The parties aro too well known to the public for tho Jr part of this paper somowhat married himself to make nny comment They left on the late evening train for Louisvillo whore they were guests this week at tho Willard Hotel When Von Ire Let us A boy rats two ounccd of ico sco what U thu approximately tlifcrniuly natnlo oqulvulunt of the work ho hoi mudo his interior dn nssumlng ho takes flvo minutes to oat It In molting thb Ico ho will require 18 unlu to reduco it town tor To raiso It In temperature to that of his nsldo he will require seven moro units or n total of 2 llrltlsh thermal units Taking tho mechanical oqulvalont as 777 foot pounds this will ha equal to 11149s foot pounds- - If tho boy weighs 100 pounds ho will havo called upon his stomnoh to do ns much heat work as would with a tunclilno having unit eftl elenoy rnlso him 104 fot blah ora ruto of hoat extraction equal to noarly nn eighth Knglater of a hortopowcr Et Dr Moxotn explained tho Gothen- Â¬ burg or Norwegian system in detail giv- Â¬ ing 08 its vital principle that thu Slate shall make tlio liquor business an abso- Â¬ lute monopoly and put it into tlio con- Â¬ trol of responsible men whole motive is to reduce instead of increasing tho per capita consumption Tho 1 licet Is also to reduco the number of saloons to a marked degree Tho profits accrue not to tlio company but to tho people in the shnpo of public institutions amuse- Â¬ ment hall Ac I saw something of tho workings of tho system in Swedon and Norway Baid Dr Moxom I visited more sa- Â¬ loons last summer than I had seen bo fore in my lifo I examined tho liquors carefully found out what kind wcro Bold and how many glasses a man can buy In Bergen thero are in the neigh- Â¬ borhood of n dozen places whero liquor Is sold by the glass or bottle Each is a plain room perfectly clean without even a picture on tho wall Thero Is not even a chair in tho room except n Btool be hind tho counter for the official In charge He is a respectable man probably a rocmbirof the church On thu walls are printed tho rules of tho company which all must obey Ha man asks fir aqua vita ho lays down his coin there is no credit and pure undrupgjd spirit is poured out for him Ho is not allowed to remain in tho room and if ho wanbj another glass ho is told to come back in three hours The glass is bo small that lie might take a glass every tlireo hours in the day and not gt drunk A work Ingman cannot take a nip on his way to work for the saloons do not open till eight nor at noon for the saloons close from 12 to 130 oclock The hour for closing In winter is half past seven and in summer eight oclock The day be fore a holiday they close at noon and they are closed beforo tho workingmen are paid off No man can mako n cent from the business Tho man behind tlio counter is employed for his personal character He gets a fairly good salary but not n cent from the business If ho deviates from the rules of the company ho is bounced at oncu He is promoted for making as small sales as possible The policy of tho whoh system Is to crowd down ttio consumption of alcohol In 1870 thu per capitn consumption was 38 quarts in 1892 it was reduced to IJ3 quarts Norway and Swedon were the most drunken countries in Europe now Norway Is three times as sober as the United States It is the exact reverso of a license system under which Unlicensed dealers stimulate trade as much 03 pos8iblo to get back tho money they have paid for their licenses I think it would bo better to have frco whiskey than such licenses as wo have in Amer- Â¬ ican cities Tho difference between that and this is as great as the difference bo- Â¬ tween day and night Tho Norwegian system eliminates politics entirely It has been argued that it makes drunkenness respectable but its effect has been to elevato tho public spirit and array it against drunkenness Tho system lias been recognized as working against the monster of drink and it has become less respectlble to patronize a saloon Many people maintain Dr Moxom continued in taking up the objections presented that having anything to do with liquor is a sin The position Is ab- Â¬ solutely utenable There is no basis in ethics that will justify tho proposition that per tc tho taking of alcohol is a ain It certainly is a Bin to take it in excess but tho abstract question cannot by any possibility bo based on this ground If we cannot kill theovil at a blow it Is tho part of rlghtcousnes to conquer it by de- Â¬ grees If men will notdo that they are not only unpractical but unrighteous because they hinder the welfare ol tho community It Is also urged that many temperance people are opposed to it But unfortunately temperance senti- Â¬ ments are not always a guaranteo of wis-Â¬ dom There aro many temperance peo- Â¬ ple whose sentiments we respect but whose ideas are puerile It Is also true that people who derive gain from liquor aro opposed to tho law and wo had tho spectacle of tho liquor dealers and tho Womans Christian Temperance- Union fighting Bide by aide to defeat tho me ac uro It was a thing to mako angels weep unless they had so strong a sense of hu- Â¬ mor that thoy could laugh It is also objected that the systom is not adapted to our uses But it is tho principle wo wish to apply and the principle can be applied anywhere Norway and Amor lea are not bo unliko but that they can be applied here It is absurd and cow- Â¬ ardly to say that wo cannot do it At the closo of his lecturo Ur nioxoin gave a brief question box answering doubts and difficulties in tho practical applica Â¬ tion of thu system tin they wero suggested by his hearers Tho Chapin Liteary So cioty has challenged tho faculty pf the School for Christian Workers to debate Resolved that tho Nor- Â¬ the question wegian liquor HjBtem deserves tlio sup port of tho Christian Church Spring fleld Republican Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eccentric She had often henrd of Welsh rabbits but lind novcr seen one Ill hnvo n Welsh rabbit sho said with soma linportaii c Then a dlrogrco nbla 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dear MIei pleaded StocksnndbomlA that this suspense is vcrj painful to 1110 Sho was thinking wlint cruol dclightsht was taking lnthlsmuent uoblo lover impatience 01 love whereas ho was think ing of his 40 n day beard bill nt tho Waldorf all this tlmo you must Beshlos ho contltiied know thnt it is n great como down for n real British cnrl of noblo nmx3try to mar Â¬ Â¬ ry an unknown forelgmr Tho maiden straightened huughtlly A como down for yon Is ltf bIio reI think it Is n great como down torted for me I hnvo to como down with n cool 11000000 In hard cush Wlint do you como down with prny But his lordship didnt como down with anything but n sickening thud nnd tho orchestra roared worse than over New Â¬ York World Thought Tho bnldhendcd It A man was telling 1110 a good ono on Young Griffo tho Australian fighter saldho It wns whon Griffo pnld his first visit to Now Orlcnns nnd m lo had a grcnt reputation nsn pug why of courso Somo tho sports gavo him u good tlmo of tho officers of an nthlctlo club took him out riding nnd showed him tho sights of On tho way down to tio lovca tho town thoy passed tho old snunrowlth tlio monu ment In tho editor A ory fine monument Mr Griffo ono of tho men snld Wos tho blolio on top of ltf anecdote Was lotor innn ventured n chaste Tho women cast Miarclilng looks nt ench other swift but plcroluEi which took In eury ilctnll of tho toilet from tho topmost iu ctto of tho bonnet to the pointed too of tho boot This duty nulbheil they politely Ignored each other Iu tho momentary nhstractloii of their fair charges tho men of ono p rty fell back on each others society Look nt tho locly complexion of tho girl opposito whispered tho mathemati cian morosely Homemade most likely replied tho musician who did not caro for tho play nnd wns thinking longingly of liU own fireside Novorsnld tho mathematician hotly At least I well woll lcao it to tho Indies Then ho leaned over nnd whis Look nt lftr ami tell inn pered to them If it bo art or nnture nnd ho gazed with ndmlrntlou nt tho pink nnd whlto creature who wns absorbed In tha noisy noth ings of her escort Tho two girls guzed a moment In tho opposito direction then cast n lightning glnnco across tho car Simultaneously thoy cast pitying glances on tho abashed young man torsoly re Hand painted oUdontly marked tho girl who decorates china It hardly seems wlso to enlighten you remarked tho other but I ennt recon cllo It to my cousclcnco to pretend thnt nnturo Is rcsponslblo for putting on the pink nn inch higher than It should ho They all spoke in n low tone but just then tlio other fumnlo member of tho party opposito flounced around angrily In her sent nnd one could nlmost say that her color deepened Im nfrnld you nro suffering from tho They do keep hent said her escort theso enrs llko II cry furnaces It isnt thnt but thoso horrid people ncross from us nro mnklng remarks about mo Let us inovo to tho other ond of tho car And now tho Innocent innthomntlolnu wonders why sho wns so ngltntcd whon It wns tho other girl thoy wero talking about but ho has not tho courngo to nsl tho fcuinlo members of tho pnrty nbout It Chicago Trlbuuo tvcnltiKM ago Â¬ lie Cunt UmUrstanit Vet Why the Other Girl Cint Mad Two theater pirth k sct opposllo each othi r In n down town ciblu car n fuw TIME SCHEDULE n Tn 11 A T 3TO 24 nifoct At G00 oclck H 53 51 H Sunday Dec 52 30 18S4 Bound Traint Mall V Katt Bound Tram Mall M KxprV Kxpra Kxprs Dally 6 30pm fi 45 STATIONS Kxpri Dally 1 Dally 7 TOim 7 4S Dally 8 30pm lvUnn 72 7 30 7 47 8 HI 8 24 8 lr ptar tvemucKy ai Weit Point 12 12 mim 755 804 K1J 8 21 8 38 8 45 8 55 9K 930 w SM 830 9 11 9 lJ 47 Howard Hock Haven Long Branch Drandenburi Kkron Gutton Irvlngton Lodlburg Tierce Saiuplc Stephcnsport Addison Holt Cloverport 1125 U2am 1147 1139 1131 Hit 1105 1069 1049 1041 1037 1028 10 23 10 II 22 815 735 730 714 707 658 6 48 Vebter yiw yoa 914 917 9 2S 931 9 4J 954 1002 1007 10 12 10 18 1014 1020 10 33 10 fU 10 50 1102 looo io u via 640 630 614 606 552 545 536 624 6 21 4 4 4 4 5 57 6 40 Hot Haweiville Lowfipoit lowera Mattlnely Griffith Falcon Caycc Ski Iman bhopt 10W ai 100 9S7 929 923 919 9 48 609 69 51 45 42 1035 10 48 1059 1109 1114 11 19 1115 11 19 11 23 1143 12 1 0pm 1218 1223 12 27 12 35 12 42 12 M 12 59 1 15pm letrie an yes 8 40 12Mini latei Owensboro 830 817 8 09 1125 1131 1145 12 Stanley Worthineton Head Spotttville Ctfl 710 74 7 34 3 47 3 41 436 420 408 400 7 58 1153pm 10im arliendcrn itft Iv 72m 337 330 323 316 310 2 65pm BEST Condensed News Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Â¬ Jackson Potcrf He thought ho hud struck the pnrndlso Tho rirst Quarrel My denr snld young Mcllrido to his wife when I como homo jou know I always kiss you Certainly love Thnt U n proper way to show your affection Kxnctly Now when I como homo nnd thero linppons to bu n lady hero calling upon you mil I to kiss you beforo hcrf interrupted tho gcntlo Mr Mollrldo mans wlfo sternly you aro not to kiss tho other lndy nt nil I novcr heard of such a thing Who said anything nbout kissing the other lndy I should llko to kliowf You did Â¬ Everything MILIi 1IC FOUND IN TIIU Weekly PRICE Courier - Journal A ten pajjc elM coluinn Democratic Ncw paper IIENRY WATTERSuN lithe Kditor 100 n YEAR of prizefighters And with thnt tho session broke up Chicago Record I Did didnt bample copies ot very liberal terma to agenti the piper and Premium Supplement tent free tn nny address Write to COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY The WEBKIY COUItlKlLJOUItNAI makei Wlint did you say then I wanted to know It I ought to kiss you In tho protenco of tho olhcr lady Then why didnt jou say so I did You didnt Did thonf You wanted to know if yoi wcro to kiss mo beforo tho other lady and I said you werent to kiss tho otlior lndy nt all Oh well lets kUsenth other Tit And hero ended tho llrst ouurrl Dlts Chnrlty llccln nt Holm1 Didnt loulkvlllc Ky THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AND THE WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Will bo sent ono year to nny address for 175 Addre63ThoBiiECKENniiOB News Didnt WhatdldlHiy Cloverport Ky J BE COLUMBIA I 1 PAP GALENDAR f I An Interesting Situation Tiken from our Now Serinl TrIVft AH M I I BjJ por POPB AlFCJ Uintloa this psixr z0 07 IUI Sit i A Desk Calendar ii a necessity most convenient Lliul of storehouse ot memoranda 1 lie Columbia Desk Calendar is brightest and hnndiomest full of dainty silhouettes of all Carlton Cornwell foreman of tho Ga Â¬ av zette Mlddletown N J believes that Chamborlains Cough Remedy should bo F in every home He used it for a cold and it offocted a speedy cure He says It is indeed a grand remedy I can Author of Chattanooga and other popular War Stories recommend to all I have also seen it used for whooping cough with the best results 35 and 60 cent bottles for salo by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Tho interesting situations in Kincheloe and Board Hardinsburg Ky L UiTfflEl and pen sketches and entertaining thoughts on outdoor exercise and snott Occasionally reminds you of the superb quality of Columbia UN cycles and of your need ol one Vou wont object to that of course The Calendar will be mailed for five 3 cent stamps AJJrM Calendar Department CO lUrtlord Conn T tUtHHUHIIlHllHIll The U show RaymJ Baking Powdr rnyrhr to alt tfhcs S Govt Reports Ky Th Knights e I PythlM at UeH3rson are Jprprlf to inov into their WW hall Ui flnwt cattle in Um 8tW J Jo WOMEN IN DOUBT PENNYROYAL WAFERS Thieves broke into the house of Aady McLean a Davis oouBty farmer and stealing a trunk took it to a field and through it at Msqre They took 980 bat overlooked 9640 dollars la gold wt to rIvo that broken this story aro numerous tho doll So yonro going glrU Now tell mo to a poor littlo why littlo dialogue is dclightfut and tho jou tendor heartedold dollthing poor yon to n want to glvo your littlo characters are engaging and life gitl Cos If I do pa will bujuioa now ono like Â¬ Ghickamauga A stirring story oflove and Adventure yill oon linear b this jwpr p -i- Xft mwwwwMM KlUWiilMh llui lis iliiaNWjliiiWW THEl QRBlQKKNRmG WORK OF THE LEXOW COMMITTEE NfeWS dLOVRRPofe ll THE VALLEY Mis Ienn Handy friends in Ir ingtott lias been visiting Value of the Governments Stamp ou Gold Addison Jan 8th Mr Editor In your Issue of Jan 2d It P ti quotes J II A ao saying Tho currency value is in tlio stamp and not in tho metal inde- Â¬ pendent of tlio stamp In reply he says Tlio lamp dors not adei vnlno logold or lake it away I would supg st to II P S that ho try a llttlo experiment and re Â¬ port Jesuits in your next Isstio Supposo ho melts over a 10 gold pieco aud with the metal goes out to buy 10 worth of supplies or pay 10 of debt to either of tlio banks in our county How soon would he find out thero waa some Â¬ thing lacking about his 10 and would soon concludo that it was tho stamp of tho government that added valuo to tho metal Now let him Bend that metal to tlio mint and liavo tho stamp replaced and I will venture to say ho can pay debts or buy supples witli it and noboely would grumblo at taking it unless they wcro paying for it In 40c wheat or 4 Jc cotton Perhaps It P S will remember that all bullion when It leaves tho U S mint bears tho stamp of tho government showing Its weight and fineness With- Â¬ out which it would not bo received by bullion exporters S Mrn Tom McCoy lias been lulling her parents lor the last week FRAUDS EXPOSED IN THE NEW complete simmnry ot Its 75 days session Mr Kzra Dowell look dinner with his 13 Jacobs told more about his futile at Tho conunltteo wns appointed during tempts to get on tho pcllco force Mm brother Mm Christ nun YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT tho Urst nutith of lttllnnd has sat about Henrietta HcnMlig swore that he xild Mr Henry Johncon has bought Mr 73 days in nil It was nppulntcd on n tuoney to Wurdiiian lloch Serfcnint Hush MANY OFFICIALS ON resolution offered In tho senate by Senator Thompson Johnsons farm Caterer Otto and Detective Mnllou Lexow Thou Senator now Lieutenant llrlzzolnrl of 7 Hast Seventeenth street THE RACK Miss Lela is very fond of Cloves and Governor Charles T Saxton presiding said ho paid 101 to n pollco sergeant In turning her face to tlio Wall ofllccr of tho sonntu pro tcni appointed uniform for permlstlon to cell liquor all tho committee which consists of Claronco night at a ball Miss Lola Noitou was the guestof MUs Lcxow of Ilocklnnd county chnlrman tho srtslon An Interesting McCoy during tlio holidaya Serious Chargos Wero Mado by Gcorgo W Ilobcrtson Westchester coun- was tho testimony fenturo of Warden Louis of Port ty Kdmund OConnor llrooino county Munzlngcr vrho prsduccd tho hcoks of Mks Maud Smyth spout Christmas in Witnesses Against Throo Com Charles T Saxton Wnyiiocounty Charles tho Pequod club and said that 1000 5 Hardiusburg with her mother W Iound Niagara county Daniel Uind tickets had been sold for n chowder party Iry Kings county and Jacob A Cantor misslonorsThroo Inspect- Â¬ A largo crowd attended the wutch Tho good work went on on tlio following New York county The committee In day with testimony to tho effect that meetlng at Mr James Kennedys and Twenty two ors Its preliminary work had n louplo of thero was no rebate when pollco protec All of Miss Lati a Slpes friends will bo meetings nt tho Hotel Metropole tion failed lo protect Captains Tho conunltteo did tiothlng of particu glad to know elio is convnleecent Jjx Aesoiriulyman Ihillp UHili was lar Importance except to think until accused of taking money to lufluenco the Mrs Susan Adkisson lias returned from Mnrch 10 police On that Into tho first rtsflon t hi Id n visit lo relatives near llrandenburg Catl Werner win ran a bsuso of 111 ro Lawyer W A Superintendent Byrnes Explains acted ns counsel Sutherland of lleiiiiMir puto nt 1 Dolnncoy street said that at A young man wants to sell two hogs nnd Investlgaled Ihr pit Captain Deverys request ho made or so he can buy his license who will buy lltlcnl end of tho alTdlr It was prior to rangemcuts for protection with Wnrd How Ho Becamo Wealthy Dr tho appointment of two ItcpublUan us mau Glonuuti He paid 000 and 50 a Mr Eel Triplett of Ilewleyvllie was pollco couinilssloncrs Do Lnncey Nlcoll Parkhurst Greatly Aided month visiting nt Jlr Uyrou Bandys Wednes- Â¬ represented tho pollco department nt Hint Almost Iho whole of Kildny Juno 15 day time though ho wasnt permitted to do wns dcvnled to green goods revelations tho Investigation i anything by Iho conimlttm Deacon Parker Did yon smell onions aiado by George Appo the son of n no Mr Enoch Norton nnd Miss Mary Mc- Â¬ On March IHChalrmaii leimv announc torious Chinese irlmlnal byn white wom Coy visited Miss Lela Kincheloe MonColonel Korn Not till you spoke ed formally that Messrs GolT leromuuiid en Ho described tho swlndlo nt full Moss had been elected ns counai1 to Inday Life length nnd said that McNnlly mid Hud vestigate the police department Bucklens Arnica Salve llckwcrent the bend of tho syndicates Mr Amos Sipes still continues to Trip The coiiimltlci im Itiliil 1v tlio Fcnnto Tho committee did a considerable j this Tho BkSt Salvb in tlio world for Cuts it tlio state of Nrw orl lo In vcl lfin nl nmonnt of exnmlnlng early in Its career opemting In who city n disorderly houso Jett over the ground between Garfield 4 Ida Hell inn leccel corruption In I ho pcllco tlipirluirnt under the guidance of Mr Coir but It Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRhoumFover and Bewleyvllle swine that rlie paid O0 u of New York city Iim iitilril In liltirs llrst began to reach something Innulblo on jean In tlio Tenderloin tjrarter for ten Sho paid tho Ir Joe Bandy of Bethel was visiting Sores TetterChapped HandsChilblains enntor Clirence Iacov cliilrinnn of tlio May 2a Then direct chaws ncalnst Io wai oiiitulttt e snya of itoiks Tlio result llco Commissioner John McCliivo wcic wnrtlmen one of whom man Hums Cap his grand parents Mr nnd Mrs Tom Corns aud all Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ Williams tain r iiiiiilttbirpcrH r sf thf labor of lliijiiiinllio lmefnr ox itively cures Piles or no pay required wndo by his urn In law Clileon Griuiger Biudy Wednesday Hi I My McLaughlin wcro sopilfil nny cxivrtitliMK forimnl ly any of Mr fiiilT necuplid two dijs more In ulso inptalus of tho and OConnor tlio It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ precinct within Mifi Lela Kinclieloo Messrs Enoch Wo ramo to questioning Mr McClave in the severot Its inemNrr nt tlio outfit ten years faction or money refunded Prico 25 tlio city wltboit tViii n trico of coullrtui possible manner Ho went lulu Mtiins Norton and Taylor Bell were the guests ents per box lor ealo by A It Fisher lmkhui t Agent Whitney testified that prlvntn IkioIcs nnd dealt especially with of Miss Mary McCoy last Sunday ho paid ImIIks to Captain Klllllcii and Mr McChivoa ndiiiinlstriitluii of Ihu poIlltToriiit Stniiilpolntn Killllcnri wniilniin Tho following Old Santa was partial to Mr ByrOn lice funds which weio In his charge us was iinllcealili In bringing to light day tho Tho lato dowager of treasurer of tho pollto hoard Bandy and family They wero recipl- - onco w5n n big race Duchess was Montrose now famous woid paiitatn nnd ns her cus McClnvo could not nciiiunt for i rtiln ents of many handsomo presents Jii iplp In plsll n Ilohctulnu saloon tom on such occasion sho hail invited n deposits In his bank account and Mr keepei nt Ii7u Avenue A told about tho Anollior young man lost his heart A largo party of guests nt shirt uotlco to Coll enlenvoied to provo connection be leaving at Wniilniun Campbells houso of celobroto tho event Everything was pot tween theso deposits and the appointment young lady has been searching for it and ready Tho tnblo decorations woro espeB0O raised byn tltil of liquor dealers of certain police captains by Mi Clave He said that eiitilo In hli books referring ii has decided she has found it She says cially fine and they pleased hor so well Tho commissioner denied that thoy had that she promptly ordered her brnil par Alay I have it nny relation to each other but could not elener who Intel personally undertaken tlio explain fully nbout the dcptwlt nnd his Rev Ralph Knott is preaching at tlio arranse nient to go for n weeks holiday method of drnw lng cheeks iigiinst them Tho fnvored retainer Wo will welcome him to nt her expense f chool houses v A week Inter Granger was still In bid 1i -- tlio Ban ly school house for wo aro promptly obeyed tho order nml had whnt lng nnd Mr Goff devoted the day to ml lio thought was n f iilcncllei tlmo Iteturn nor testimony always glad to hear the gospel preached ing at tho end of his week bo wus asked Mr And how old nro you dear child At the next session be began to get Into Wo regret to hear that our friend and by tho dtichcRi to submit his list of ex tho subject of pollen protuiiuti nnd had Miss Little I should like to say Im 8 but muuima wont let neighbor Mr Tom Bandy Jr is not im- Â¬ penses nnd ho did so tending in what sovcrnl witnesses testify to the tnriuplinit seemed to him n rcspcotablo bill Her In tho department It was on June J that me proving Wo felt in liopesthat nfter he eraco Ecanncd it for n moment nnd thcu n number of bagnio kivpcis testified In returned from Louisville lie would bo said having paid fur prutertimi mid sih a result Look bore I toldyouto enjoy yourHf During November nnd December an lin much improved of tho dnys nrk four rnptiilim Casldy thoroughly nnd It is plain from this you DROWNED monso number cf witnesses wero examCross Mclaughlin and Diivery wcic In LastTnestlny was tho day of resoluliavo not done so Mind tho next tlmo I ciAiisciirxov ined beforu tho committee Tho work volvcd send you for n holiday I shall expert ny tory proof sliowlu cnrruptlon In tlio do tions Wonder how many good resoludragged consldcribly during November Tucsdny Juno Ii wns n field il iy In Mm instructions to bo obeyed V Lcielon Letpiirttnunt nml nil tliat liru Ikvm elicited committees history and llttlo of really stirtiii Interest devel A number of pnllni Fat h or Loses His Own Lifo tions will bo mado and only to bo brok- Â¬ ter hi n co has lieon Locured through clinnnvU oped In December bow over tho com olllcnrs nf vailous rank were neeiiiil nt en If good resolutions were only ac Â¬ opened by tlio rvprwntiitlvo of tlio com lovylngor receiving blackmail mid a bag rolttco learned by far tho most impor While Trylngto Savo His complished certainties as eoon as made A Sad Death mlttcc allied of course by thoso ioxtru nio keeper charged Civil JiiHlleo Itoesili tant facts brought out In tho whole Invesinentnlltlun thnt were nt tlio cnuininml of with dealing In protection tigation how dilTerent lifo would bo She was Mim Tho friends of Dr and Mrs G D Son Dr Pnrkhuret wlio o experience wns un Commissioners Inspectors and captains Augusta Tliurow who forslx years lepl n Parker in this county will bo pained doubtedly of tlio nrontcst valuu In tlio houso of 111 repute ut iiA Sc mid avenuo wcro directly implicated In tho last few Cure for Headache to learn of the death of their little son work Unit wo hnil In hand weeks nml tlip story of pollco corruption WENT DOWN TO RISE NO MORE She sworo thit sho paid protection money I do not bellevo that with tlio excepAs a remedy for all forms of Headache under tho following sad circumstances has been told from tho Inside It really to Wnrdmon Dissert I1diIi and Meehaii tion of thoso Initiated mid thoso particibegan with thn confession of Cnptnln Electric Bitters Jias proved to be tlio Tho Huston Post of Jan 2d says under Captains MiCullagh and lnln riy In tho revenue of crinio nnd vice pating Tlmothj J Crecden who after onco do Mr Je 6so Toohy wlio resided with very best It effects a permanent cure Sho also said that she personally nrrangul Raly Stuart tlio infant son of Dr G rv niiix H rAtnn3T anybody In lliliienllru roniinuulty hnd tho with Captain Dohcrty fur pilug blaik njlng that he bought his captaincy final- ids Uo boj H nrar Turkey Bom on and thu most dreaded habitual sick head D Parker died yesterday afternoon at Appreciation of tho real condition mall fulntest ly acknowledged that ho paid 1000 for to the payment nf evrtaln kv n if menny Mrs Thurows most sensational They liclluvid that toll nnd testimony however was given when she to pautata in ant of affairs t impbell lint the plnco He borrowid tlio money from Hough river about peven miles below aches yield to its influence We urge all C80 oclock under very sad circum- Â¬ trlbuto wcro lulul Hpornillcally according said that for I r0 Civil Justice Itneseh that the word nii aut itioury ease head his frlcmli among tlicni Congressman Hartford was drowned nrnr his resi who nro nlllieted to procuro a bottle and stances Tho child who is ono year and to tho prestliiK iiKVKMllert of olllelals but ngrecd to nrraugo matters with Wnrdmau limn or the old m m Klect Henry C Miner William Snell a dence last Sunday innrning Tlio river givo this remedy a fair trial In cases of a half old got a peanut hull lodged in no ono nppti elated that corruption had llooh who Ind lieeomo extiaorillmirily Democracy lender held tho monoy Grace Thcro wasmiiillieiieiiiitliiuou Wednes was frozen over but Hie warm Bpoll ol habitual constipation Electric Bitters bis throat aud tho skill of tho surgeon been reduced to stith a porfoct Hyttcni ox cxtnrtlonntu In Ids demands on her SO when failed to relievo tlio little sufferer ami At the prnpir lliuo ho nld it over to day June H mko Man Clarko tendliiK throughout uvery precinct of tho another Grace Sunday moruing made tlio ice rotten and cures by giving tlio needed tone to the the obstruction caused his death Slio described minutely tho pra tleo of said Iullco Justico Dlvvers saloon wns Jeihn W itnppcnhugcn Tho city nnd wns m systematized that upon paying money to police sergeants In order Democracy lender According to Happen A treacherous the headiuartern of tbu green goods busi dinky boat belonging bowels and few cases long resist the uso funeral will take place this afternoon at tlio transfer of captalii3 not turn tlio con to induce them to accept her as bondsman hageus confession miulo nfter ho llko lo Mr Tooliywnson tlio opposite aide of 3 oclock from tho family residence No ness In Mils city He accused Divver of this medicine Try it once Large 1711 Preston Avenuo versations with wardmen wcro nocessnry for girls arrested in disorderly huu es In starting ICd Iirmeley in the business and Crecdou hnd onco sworn thnt ho knew In order to Impress upon them tholr duty this way bho brought In S rgennts Clark of keeping he bank toll in his safo at nothing rf Iho purchisoof the captaincy of the liver and one of tlio boys propos bottles only Fifty cents at A R Fishers HI ns collectors of unlawful ruvonuo This nnd Ilebbrs Slio swore too that sho night M bo gave 10000 to ox As enihlymnn John ed to go over and loosen it up To this Drug store has been proved lo bo tho truo htnto of af- paid money to Central Office Dutectlves 9 Martin and kept the other i000for himJoseph KuMir of 1usplslls Hohemlan Mr Tooley objected but tlio little fellow fairs not apparently tho creation of Jacobs nml MoMuuus She gave patrolCorrectly weekly by Pumphrey it Laufer Pro CONSTANTINE club told about giving 100 to Captain self said lie would go anyhow nnd forthwith duce Commission Merchants 336 Second btbet months but of years during which uu men on her bent t a weokniid nieutiomd Strauss ami Jvi lo hlswurdmnn as ChristMartin wns very closo to Pollco ComMain and Market Louisville Ky doublodly the evil lias progressively In missioner Yoorhl then tho leador of the started out over thu ice The father Lang Murdock Huglios and Morris us mas presents J B Whitwortli is again with Hoyser creased until wo Hud It In Kb present con among them Harry Hill went on tlio stand on tho New York Democracy Voorhls nppnlntod feeing his eons danger as the ice began LOUISVILLE KY Jan lft t6S dition of perfect development said Iu bid 10000 to crack started lo the rescue Katie Schubert who ran n bouse at next day and gavo vent to his old grudga Crceden Creed Ho in thu store Joo is a good salesman Shippers should mark all paekbgei plainly Tho testimony of Superintendent Chrystlo street swore that slio had III against Police Captain Murphy Id Ida U becansf Sergeant Wlegnnd who was also Teached tho hoy and grabbing him threw J pi Dr II C Stone has bought property in with shippers name and post office address o Hyrros which nny xi regarded ns n fit money to pollco captains after pnrnoIon hnil hid so ho was In noO nnd fAO a Morton housekeeper for Lucy McCarthy him back toward the shore whero he our towin and wo now have n good doctor tins cllmnt of tho conditions which liavo month to Mchnughliu now lnspiitor formed as high n 11000 BUTTER of 101 West Forty ninth street said Mrs been revealed shows conclusively tlio ne tho samo to Captain Cross nml the same to McCarthy had paid patrolmen and Capttiln Choice country Tln ti tiniuny of ex Sergcnnt Taylor of fell in safety but tho force of tho effort and a good citizen 12 13 cessity for radical nnd bnslo roorffinlzv Captain Dohcrty the scati In it ftjund given a few dnys broke tho ice and precipitated ji cumin Deverys wnrdmnu jo qj 11 Mr Tooley Tim oyster supper at F Mercers Fri Creamery tlou eispcclnlly becnuwlt compels tlio con 20 a 2ft Steamship men took tlio stand on Juno before CreeilenH implicated ox Inspcctor into tho Whtn tho committee convened iisnln on wntr It seems Mr Tooley day night was very nice and will bo long K0GS lctlon that In elefvilt of this nu ameliSteirs Viijlnr said ho pild to Stoers tho following day Interest In piylng tho S3 and told of extortion by tho pollco 16 oration would provo to be only temporary 17 was greatly i xeiled as woud bo natural remembered by the young ladies and Fresh police for protection was dwarfed tho Thoy accused tho Leonard street pollco of part of tlio Muaknmll which ho collected BEANS It shows tho absolute necessity of nliclnc ruappearnnco of ildoon Granger bywho collecting 25 a year from each house In llailhlrlec iu such a crisis and although a good gentlemen of this and other commun- Â¬ Michigan hand picked to 22 ft In tho hands of thuoxecutlvo head of tho went on tho stand nnd sworn that ho hnd whoso goods block tho sldowalk Crceden confession paved tho way for swimmer the terror of Patrol ndiana Navy 1 76 to 2 00 the moment be ities department such enlarged disciplinary ivo times personally hnnihd to Commisman Beech described how ho gavo 10 of that of C iitntn Sehinlttbcrgcr who to reft him of 1 00 to 1 20 Old or Common and colored all self commnnd and he sank poworj ns will mtkq tho superintendent sioner McClnvo money to buy promotion Ills oxtrn feo from steamship companies to save llnisi fvim prl un told all about Our merchant George Heyser is doFEATUEnS absolutely reiponslblo for tho illclency the Llaelinlllirj rvtom and said ho had beneath the Heating ice Ho was seen or favor He denied tho charges of theft Sergeant Taylor 35 33 ing a good business and will do better tho Prime white gooie dUclpllno and tenultitit purity of tho po made by his father-in-ladivided tlm prillts with Inspectors Wil William Mnyston a peddler said tho Mltod to struggle a Jew minuter1 but without and also soiiin 24 30 II co force Uolmvo lliomaterl il now upon coming year as ho is getting better ac- Â¬ Old of those of forgery pollco blackmailed oven street fakirs On liams nnd McAvoy 15 fS X0 avail and lie soon went down to rise no quainted with tlio pcoplo and thoy with No 1 duck which to haw remedial legislation which Hu ImplKUeil Commissioner Shcohnn The testimony of Mrs Tliurow nnd Mrs noxt dny Micro wcro moro stories about 25 M 00 tho will finnblo tho people to hold Eomebody GAME Schubert was followed up on Juno 7 by tho Leonard street pollco renting out the by saying I hat Slcehan threatened to more The water ut tho place was aboiit him responsible for niiy futuro demoralization ltabblts per dct 1 OO shut up pilj b ambling houso If tho po six feet deep Mr Ainztah Carter wlio tho still mora sensational story of Mrs sldowalk for cash nnd lnelllclcuoy of tho police system of Lena Cohen a bagnio kcepor at oJ8 Knst O O Weymulh our Iriend and neigh no Squirrels per dei John T Stephenson was captain during llco refused 1 Kt bis friend Proctor run lives a shoit distance nway was attract- Â¬ Xow York city HIDES ono lie nlsu i n pi Inn el Commissioner Houston street Sho said tint sliu paid part of tho time II Schuchcrt a Gored by Iho cries of the boys and came and b r who is traveling in the interest of Oreen food 4 W GolT wlio was ro 51 j Attornoy lohn Martin who be enli protected disorderly man also mado direct charges that InII Wedekind Co Louisville has been Dry Salt good runtly rluetoel iccordor of tho city cW New 7J 7tf houses on Forty slvtb street and who took the unfoituunto man from the spector Williams when captain demand S 9 7 at homo for a few days but starts on his Dry flint good York tio senior counsel of thnroinuilttce ordered him to npololzo Jo Sudlo West n water ed protection tribute On Wednesday Sheep skin 20 40 ipaukswnrinly In pralwiof Dr lirkhnrstH Juno 27 Ieroy M Lyon n fruit dealer at womun against whom complaints bud POULTRY Mr Tooiey was a widower and a high Â¬ Lip Monday T aid In tho work of Investigation lie said 5i70 Washington street told inoro nbout been Hindu for sending n policeman to ly s fl Mr Will Skillman wlio is teaching Hens per lb respected citizen of the rounty Hut for Dr Pirkhutnt jny associate her house His tlio Leonard street pollco Ho said when Ducks 8 M 7 Mr Icromc Mr Moss nnd myself would 6iiool in the Burns district was among Turkeys alive Inspector Williams who was on tho remains were interred at Waltons Creek he objected to having his protection raised 7 7 H nover have been counsel to tho committee onco tho wurdinan told him that thero stand throo days nnd moro denied cemetery Monday afternoon io Hartford tie many that enjoyed himself or at Turkeys dressed Everything wna bo dlscourayliiK Tlio outSohmlttbcrgcrs cuirgs IIo dunloJ all DRIED APPLBd AND PEAOIIEsT was n new captain and that thoy had to least wo think he did as lie went home look wns oxoecdliiKly bad The fato of Applos eholce bright quarters thu corruption ni viiM nnd inndn only ono Herald ralso 10000 to pay for Ills promotion A i to witli Sidney Hall and never went to bed Apples aterage previous Invottluntltitf committees wns benumber ot other prcduco merchants told admission that Kle Ks a stockbroker hul Vi to 6 There is good rensDn for thu popularity until after breakfast Apples old fore us In our hnnds there wns not n Given hlii 0000 for nothing of paying blackmail Peaobes new 4 eclntllhi o evidence tlmt would provo nu of ChamberlainsCougli Itemedy to Pullco Commissioner Martins examiOn Saturday Juno 80 tho coinmittco Davis Sidney Hall after a week of rest and Poaches old net of corruption on tho pirt of nny iiirin nation was proiiietlvo of llttlo boyond tho took a recess until Sept 10 It wound up Duzard of West Montoiey Clarion Co enjounent lias again taken up ids school bor of tlio police department Tho air wns WOOL lace tliat lie thought Merowas corruption Pa say It hits its first period of work in sensational cured people that our at tliis place Sidney lias taught one of Tab washed lllla- with minors of political deals Kv 21 stjlo Pntrlek Itjan testified thnt ho hnd in tho depnitmiiir niul that it would stay Urease fine physicians could do nothing for We the best Bchools cry man who spoko of tho mutter warned 1S u 21tf thero paid tho pollco by chcik He hud glvon tlial we liavo ever had Qreme ooarie 13 us of tho dniiRur that rojicurncd suih nu During Its fcsslous witnesses bnforo tho persuaded them to try a bottle of Cham taught 100 to Captain Stephenson Witnesses hero and wo can say that he is a Merino 10 9 12 attempt nml of tho utter futility of mak testified also that the Church street pollco coinmittco have undo serious charges berlains Cough Itemedy ami they now 1 8 12 ing nn ofTort to oxpoo bribery nnd corrnp line teacher a gentleman and a good Barry and Cuts ominl sinners blackmailed push cart peddlers MISCELLANEOUS f gainst threetliico I specters uuo ox recommend it with tho rest of us police department 25 eliilatian wlio will make his mark some Tallow tlou In tho Ono olcn ono Tho conunltteo resumed Its sittings on 4 rang out eluir and Mkivo nil others It and C3 niptalus and cx captalns and CO cent bottles for sale by A It day that his friend will be proud of and Beeswax Sept 10 when William Applegatc nn ns r5 25 urged action It foretold success It ap sUtant of King McNnlly told moro nbout beside a number nf sergeants detectives Sorghum Molasses Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kinclieloo wo are 30gS pealed so ilarjuemtly that It was Irresistitoiry thai ho has to leave us tho green goods business mid said bo wurdmou and patrolmen Board Hnrdinsburer Ky HAY CHAIN PEED ble Tliot voleo wu tho volco of Dr Park bo soon as his school will soon bo out At the final fesslon of tho Ixow coin bribed central olllco men On the noxt We quote prices today on Louisville eltj hurst mittco Siiperlnteiulunt Hyrnes and Inday James H Iorklus n retired contractA M met in wharfi Iludsonvllle Lodge F HusIiiom men who had for years suf or sworo that ho gavo Cnptnln Williams spector MuUiughlln were witnesses After Want the Long Distance Telephone OATS JOHN W UQYY their hull December 27 and elected the No fered tho Impositions of tho pollco nskod Mint bo had accumulated prop testifying SO0 In cash Captains Prlco and Menklm Tom Pell and J O Pell Jr of Lewis 32 So SOU to the police for whnt she considered us why thoy should fjti forward nnd an orty to tho value of following ofllce rs for tho ensuing year nnd Detective Hay wero accused of taking UAY i10000 through Ini tagonize that most powerful department i permit to open the plnco The money money from green goads man McNally vestment made fur him by Jny Gould nnd port are at work on a map of tho terri- Â¬ Ezra Lampton W M It L Johnson S Strictly oholc 10 50 13 00 Thoy said they would not dolt Kaoli man was paid to Wardmen Hrennnn and Knr nnd It was charged that Detective Hnnlcy his con George Superintendent Uyrnes tory between Owetibboro and Cloverport W ZaekGanaway J W Isaac II UU il2 00 Pile Good Medium was iicrfoctly willing that hU nrljjlilwjr roll 10 00 was tho green goods mens agent nt tho mado publlo his letter of resignation alongtho 1100 Texas railway which they Captain Sloliort wns at the head of tho central olllco II Whitwortli Sec F Mercor Oood Bright Straw- should bo to the front but ho most posiTreas which hud leciiHutlo Mayor Kloct Strong will submit to n 4 60 the company wlio pro S D J precinct She hnd to borrow tie money nt tively declined to go to tho front himself recess was taken from Sept 10 Doc 13 Jonas Grap J Dj J II Hayes S Another CORN pose building a long dislnuco telephono Dramatic situations woro involved frnm exorbitant rates nnd tho police closed her to Oct 1 On Oct 1 Contractor Gcargo lnspoctor McIjuieIiIIii denied that ho Choice white 42U houso when Dr Inrkhnrst becamo active tho very nature of UiIihjh Phases of comline and with assistance of tlio people TRuvJ W Hoskinsin Chaplin N Choice shelled hnd received monoy except Ids salary W Carpenter said lie paid bribes to Cap 48 M Mercer Marshal Tho next fesslon of tlio committee wns tain Stephensons wnrdninn Several days E T Drane and mercial life w oio revealed which If writ Pollco Justico Voorhls of Now York along the route they hopi Osecuro conCATTLE ten by n novellit would I mi nicrlbcd to devoted to torturing Civil Justice Iteeseh Oood to extra rhlpplng 4 00 wero devoted to taking testimony about sent to tho Lcxow coinmittco nn affidavit sideration from lliu telephone company Envin Whitaorth Stewards 4 25 who said Hint Mrs Tburow was his policemen accused of clubbing On Oct Light shipping his grunt nnd Invuntlvo brain s 50 2 3 75 making u denial of tho charges mado by The LswUport p oplu are much interest Best Batoher client and thnt ho took the money from Hut tho realities en mo In rapid succesCaptain Croedon and others that lio re- ed In having tho lino J 40 5 3 85 C a witness said bo used to scud cash iu Capturing a Bear continued from Medium to good bulohers sion until before tho summer recess tho hur as it retainer lie denied that ho ever boxes of tignm to Cnptnln Itcllly 3 00 3 26 ceived inoniy fur bis nclloii In tho promoOweiibboro up tlio river on the Kentucky publlo was nlwolutcly sntlslied by positive paid for police protection Tho following refers to Capt Q P I100S Susaniio Martin who ran a houso In tion or transfer of nuy pollon otllccr whlls side rather than crossing at Kockport He acknowledged that ho hnd ndvltod proof on tho witness stand corroborated Choice packing and butchers A 90 bo was n police commlsiloncr Fp ticcr formerly of this city He was ICUzabcth street said sho paid money to i CO Owentboro Messougt r Fair to good by facts details nnd circumstances that Mrs Thurow to mention his numo If sho 4 85 5 i SO Anthony Comstoek who wns charged out in the jungles and coast ranges of Ronghi Williams nnd to tho wnrdmon for Cnp e 60 oould leaves no room for doubt that tho ever hnd any trouble In getting hur girls d 76 by Louis F Ktrcap beforo tliolcxow coinJt tjlns Cassldy MoLaughlln and Cross California whero he writes that hu kill- Â¬ ShoaU and pigs 100 lbs and ander4 76 6 U0 He had had several kccjicrs 1 pollco department of tho city of Now York out on ball mittco with having received brllios In nn Iho bad paid 8000 or 10000 BI1EKP of disorderly houso ns clients Honctid was not only corrupt but that It was op open lotter to that coinmittco denied tlio ed two beur and a mountain lion which flood to extra shipping Tho flrstpollccinan to squeal Patrol churgea mid brands 2 CO 2 25 pressive nnd reipulslvo to a dcurco boyond in their behnlf ns a lawyer mid not as a Strains testimony as measured nine feet from tip to tip in ad Fair to good man Do Gann of tho steamboat squad 2 75 g a 60 district leader endurance fuleo In every particular LAMBS to tho ono mentioned below dition testified on Oct 10 that ho was transfer Mr ItiNoch gavo some Inteiesllng tostl When the fact of tho general corrupextra 4 75 trO red becouso ho would not give tin all tho Capt Spencer wlio has spent tho sura Oood to good spring tion was established wo considered It mony about ffi tickets to tho Seventh DIs yalrto Good 0d Granny Mt tcilf80 years old tn J 4 qq 10 a wcok that tho French lino paid him prudont Indeed necessary to follow It trlct Tnmumiiy clubV chowder Ho uu mor at tho hot springs in Big Bend for IIo had always glren tin halt to collectors livine nt 118 Mourou slicet ludncah dcrwont a vtry severe examination nnd throuRh all Its rniuKlaatloiu the benefit of himself and family had L11 St L T Rf Fordsvllle Braoclu Wo Offer You a Remedy Which for various captains Agent Forget of Ky says tint Dr DlPa Pino Tar Honey I liavo no hesitation In saying that to was decidedly glnd to leave tho stand an txpfcrienco a few days ago which lie Mrs Amelia entz sworeou tho sumo tno Ircncii lino acknowledged that ho Is the best grip cure cough lung and Insures Safety to Life of fiivo detailed ovldunco nf all the sources TIME TABLE Ne 24 gavo Schmlttbcrgor 500 at ono tlma is not likely to soon forget He was methods plans nnd devices nf pollco corday that sha bad paid 5 a month black Mother nnd Child On Oct 11 Vincent Majowskt told broi child remedy hat has been offered ruption bribery and oppression in the city mall to Wardman Charles Sherman when hunting on tho flatwoods when his dog TAKING EFFECT dio m isfii to tlio pt oplo durltie her life Guaran- Â¬ of Now York would occupy tholuvostlfiiit sho kept a saloon at Tii Curtlandt avenuo about pollco protection of policy shops ti Kast Hound Tralna mruuK ti ue nr true auci soon run Urulll West Uound Trains nnd icld ho saw Captain Dohcrty recti vo teed and sold by Short Hay hcb Clover lng committee two years longer Tho in lHHJ and ltlUO up a suag by the roadside Ho fired UlUy D W Dlf Dally bribes was Inoxlmuitlblu mlno Its extent was poil DrU UMoMullhiMcDaniels Mora of bribery came out M three times which brought the bear to ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex JHNI ex Sua Robs Confinement of Its Pain On Oct 21 was only limited by tho boundluss sources of followingitores when Captain Irlcos on tho Nol MeS No t lay tho ground with a thud only a few rods NoS 10 winl examined butCommissionergotSheohan from Jleyer Vo llnras Geo Huyser Con Horror and Risk Mr Goft Now York to yield wealth and power to inan Wagner was accused of taxing tho llttlo Km ra 8 Man ivweto from him Mr Bear Boeing Capt Spen- Â¬ him Ho hnd no bettor luck on tho noxt Bautiiej A Taylor UosuUu Drury Uen UN tho men who wcro extracting It 1H Crld unlicensed Allinmbra concert hull Mor cer so near bowed up his back and with A Co Uewlyvill W 15 brown IfarMd USVrn After ualnff ono botlln or MntlfV Tlio method which wo adopted was rls Jacobs swore that bo had paid tuoney day Mr Shcchan refused positively to nott an angry snort started for liltn and had IIariHtHTsT Prlend jno sudered but llttlo pain undellJ Mcliois Oarproduco Ills bankbooks Mr Goff got jrvinginn ay not liapharard or accidental It was care nn Kirk to tho John J Ityn ntoclatloii in an atnot experience tuttt weakness aftarvrnnl field Ky A It Morris lltg Spring Ky it not been for the good training and lolly fully thought out nnd planned IU Had It tempt to get on tlio pullco furco Flora Jlttloout of him on tho third dnv Tho I usual fn such cases Mas ANMIK Qaoi l bravery of Ida dog ha would not have GleniWan 121 ll ln lA1tnAl AMbM v u Baxter Springs Kan failed It would liaro been condemned as a Wulsti salil sho ran t cufu with girls mid MA4 vt ltfatnmva Atta Tho handsome m w publlo school 3f DemMler told tlio story But the dog true to his Z ljrsiltrMllorEiprfonrclpof prie IU ArKalUReuKhlv lad mothoc but having succeeded It Is pufdflSa inoiilli to Captain Dohcrty training attacked the bear so viciously g whlclijiiis Just been erected at 111 Uoetl IWakaHgibirulla wos Buperlntendent Byrnes duty to find 230 necxviie Wiirdmun Jloeh ratltlod to tho credit duo nil success lie was compelled to take to a tree again i it out Mr GolT spent another tiny with Georgetown will bo ready for occupancy Tlio following brief review of tho work After u reeets of a fuw days tho stories wr from which lie was soon killed JUklns MMFIEIJ REIUlATOft CO A Si It wtw Oaka 8floouipllhd by tho committee gives a of bribe glvlni wero eMiMnucd on Juno him Riictiiuii ii uu i m u mmny vicuisu I 111 ten UAB a yery largo and fat black bear Seville Lv 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - m Â¬ iSWWAv A 1 paJSm li I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ffl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ 1 Â¬ f J Â¬ - Â¬ m ftfW- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MOTtiERS Mothers Friend -X fV r t - JS nn lr IL ArKof iw w Mi HPvlflEMpipwWBltKjP iiyff-- -i iwjwvihMpkfwTi4iji iM r yii1 twrTTi i jjyiptwff ujh i i iwgw7iwpfpMpwpwMpfippip Wppp3ws THR BRROKHNHiDUK ft has continued fever You will regret it if you dont tako advantage of our clearance sale Sulzers I H Cullcy returned from Irvlngton Sunday Dr Cottrell left for Floilda Monday to spend tho winter Row W B Rutledge returned from Olendcano Monday Charity Mook was hero Friday and did a good business A big lot of mens clothing Big bar Â¬ gains this week Sulzers DreES goods lay In a supply now its money to you loss to us Sulzers Col Lafayette Green parsed down on MOST PERFECT MADE tho train Monday for Owensboro Free A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Mrs John McGavock and Mrs A B from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Sklllmau spent Thursday at Sklllmitn dO YEARS THE STANDARD A largo lot of gate hinges and fencing Notice to Subscribers wire now Is tho timo to get it Suzcrs The date on the label Indicates the time to is Mrs Chas Amat Elizibcthtown This serves which your subscription li paid n expiration notice every visiting iter brother W 0 Allen and both as a receipt vour Jas M Low is NMS OLOVBRPORT and pon j letup h of prominent characters in literature and music After which there will be music I appreciate tlioso dear girls coming as I go out so littlo and no longer enjoy gayety but I endorse and highly commend anything that ele- Â¬ vates refines and fits us for pure joys and acquaints us with others who havo attained fame and left foot prints for us to follow In thought if not in acts Our Nkhb was very rich lost week Yellow Lake in long chatty letters was irrldescetit with sparkling gems nnd reminded us that tills New Year there must be opening up of doors and closing up of avenues and that wonderful work can only bo accomplished under tho Sirocco uni w Ings of the Almighty quo and inimitable versatile aud per Â¬ haps no ono can present so many sides and such a combination of scholarship and political dexterity and all successfully Golden Ro 1 knows she doesnt believe a woman is easily satisfied by sugar ribbons itc Ono neednt be a rampant suffragist or a radical reformer but we should rot admit that to enter tain ideas is solely masculine for n woman can ho as fully equipped intellectually as a man nnd yet bo a charm Â¬ ing gentle friend or companion for an intelligent man just as I know Miss Golden Rod to be and as her communications indicate a cultivated mind Glendeano neednt of earnest import wisli for an Angels pen sho certainly snatched a quill Then comes Hardins Â¬ burg who has been so faithful that we watch for many names in tho old placo whero many bygono associations cluster Eckron Paynesvllle Lodiburg Pellvillci Garfield Tobinsport and Raymond wero all good but write longer next timo Stcplieusport comes in for a longer epis Â¬ tle and as usual newsy and you neednt think your town is alono in being in for ico Charley Coleman hasn spink- now ico house above ground span chock full of blocks clear as a crystal Neither need you think we up hero cant guess close on pieces of candy in a jar Nevitt Gough our popular druggists had their counts last Thursday The number of sticks in the jar was 393 which Will Howard hit exactly and pocketed the watch He guessed 397 on a friends card Each of 9 guesses on the silver camo within ono of being correct Draw straws I reckon Some lady in tho country got tho beautiful lamp nt Eleven hundred sticks Mr Mclntyros sho camo within a fow guesses Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KLY You waited till Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pair REAPER DEATH Afflictions Como Thick and Fast to The Family of J B Shack- Â¬ lett Four Deaths in Less Than a Year from Typhoid Fever F t BAKING HMMt week Examine the dale printed after name on the margin of this paper and see if It Is correct If not correct please to let us know If your time hatexpired please renew at once wife Breckenridge i News 10 1895 WEDNESDAY JANUARY L00AL BREVITIES Dates nt Ricdel Coa Henry Head is In the city California prunes nt tho City Bakery Jack Fisher of Owensboro is in tho LW Fv city Mr Win Hopper was in tho city yes Â¬ terday Fresh Oysters served in any stylo at C C Martini Canned goods of every kind at the City Bakery Just take a peep at the bargains in Sulzers glassware Clarence Tabor of Hawesville was in tho city last Friday Our bargain counter is full of money saving urtlcUs Sulzers Co havo a choice lot of fruit Riedol and candy for tho holidays Physicians prescriptions carefully pre- Â¬ pared at Martins pharmacy Fred Utting has a class of young men taking lessons in vocal music sfcillards Tobacco Manufacture is mov ing right along employing from flvo to eight men Apples oranges Lemons cocoanuts figs dates candy nuta Ac for sale at C 0 Martins f Undo Sammy Johnsons sale of farming implimeuts etc will como off next Saturday sure Hon Chas Sclioll of Indianapolis Iud was tho guest of Mr Julius 0 Nolte for a few days last week Fortune knocks at everybodys door take advantage of our clearance sale it may bo tho stepping stone to ynur for- Â¬ tune Sulzers For Sale A new and well built dwell- Â¬ ing situated in onp of the best localities in Cloverport cheap A good investment For particulars call at tho News Â¬ office If you are superstitious about the thir- Â¬ teen stars on the now twenty fire cent piece tako n guess at tho bicycle it may L7 3T f i- V - n K bring you luck Sulzers County School Supcrintondont Dris kell Was hero last week Mr Driskell has visited nearly every school in the county and reports nearly all of theni in good condition and doing well L AY Rose Diocesan Evangilist of the Episcopal church will hold seryices in the Presbyterian church this city next Saturday Jan 10 at 11 a in and 3 oclock p m A cordial welcome to oue and all Hon TiJl Groves secured tho First Assistant Doorkeepers place in tho Ind- Â¬ Tho houso couldnt iana Legislature havo selected u better man or one that will till tho place more gracefully than ourgood friend and neighbor Till iWavo Iato caught two rabbits in one snare last week This beats tho record Tindlo for snaring says Uncle Billy I remember catching au old trapper twolvo tittle foxes in one trap dnring my tituo but I nover caught two rabbits at Wave has one timo in the same snare theihprns FsJCQ Burdette lias been sick for two months with inflammatory rheumatism Ho lias not been ablo to get out of ills bed during tho tlmo Ho is now n little better and is expected to bo out in a short while Mr Burdette is 31 years old and it is tho first time ho lias been sick for oven a day during his life Ex Deputy Sheriff Thomas L Wroo returned from Frankfort Saturday whero he had been to tcako Lh find i ottlement with tho State Ho camo homo in Uio best of spirits and full of praise for tho Auditor and Jiis clerks Said ho was never treated bettor in his life and never had a more satisfactory business trans- Â¬ action Miss Susan I Anthony ono of the most celebrated women in the land pass Â¬ ed down on tho train Monday for Owens- Â¬ boro whero she delivered her lecturo Americans for Americans Mr Jas T Bklllman was also a passenger on tho aamo train and was very much struck with her appearance He came very Ho says near going on to Owensboro she is the finest looking women he has seen in many a day Jilr Hamman the undertaker lias kept a record of tho number of coffins sold by him during tho past year whites males 32 females 22 total 64 colored males 19 females 15 total 31 Of tho whites 10 were under 31 years whilo 35 wero pver that age colored 20 wore under 21 yrurs while 13 were over that age Mr Hamman says the hard times has not affected his coffin trade that just as many people die in hard times as in flood times John McCarty ticket agent lor tho Texas at Loulsvlilo spent Sunday here Swctt and butter milk for saio at Mrs Flnge Carters over Hammans furniture store Walton Wheeler was inltiattd into the mysteries of the rank of Page K of P Monday night Frank Joplin it is reported from Washington will be Ellzabethtowns new post master Women who make thiir own dresses will find something in tills issue to their practical advantage Tho river at tills point Is nearly out of its banks and stil rising All indications point ton big rivir J W Bull moved his family to West Point Monday Ho has bscn foreman of tho bridge gang here Tho Federal Court will meet in Owens-Â¬ boro January 28th Tho separate coach bill will 1h heard then A full report of tho Loulsvlilo tobacco Market is among tho good things wo furnish our readers this week Poultry raisers will find in this issue some interesting facts on tho caie and raising of all kinds of poultry All guess tickets on the bicy- Â¬ Notice cle must be deposited with us on or be- Â¬ fore January 30th Sulzers Clayton Crosson left Monday to accept a position at tho Old Saratoga corner of Fiftli and Market Louisville Tho jury in tho Chas Rogers murder case Lcitchfield has returned a virdlct of ten years in tho penitentiary jLFrank Payne is now our deputy sher- Â¬ iff and has his pockets full of papers Ho was sworn ir the first Monday Young Amel Oelza is not so well Miss Lainar the trained nurse was called in yesterday to tako charge of him UrflHlam rumor has it that ono of our clerks is to wed In tho early spring one of our most accomplished and beautiful young girls Misses Maggie and Bettio Bowmer left Sunday for St Louis Mo They will re Â¬ main ono month the guests oftheir sister Mrs W J Sherman LJCho weather Bureau has sent J C Nolte a set of new weather flags If ho will now send us some new weather wo will bo moro than thankful Mr aud Mrs Sam Conrad entertained to dinner last Sunday three of our most worthy old bachelors They wero Dr S B Adkisson E A Kissam and F P Payne Mrs Robertson and her sister Miss Annie who have been visiting tin ir sis- Â¬ ter Mrs Wendolken returned to their homo at Earlington Monday C mrles Wendolkon accompanied them Miss Sallio Miller has been conflied to her room and bed in Washington 1 0 for several weeks with an attack of in Â¬ flammatory rheumatism Tills will be sad news to Miss Sallles many ft lends in this city Commissioner Babbage of Hardins burg was here yesterday taking proof in tho Breckeniidgo Company Limited case Tlioso presont were Col Thomas Bullitt and Wm Hopper Louisville and D R Murray Tho following officers of Breckenridge Lodge 01 K of P were installed last A A Lalleist 0 C j All Oelze week V 0 E II Kingsbury prelato Sam Conrad K of It and S T S Nicholas M of E T N Prcscott l F T L Wroo M of W J S Vanco M A and G W Short D D G 0 Hill Grove Ky Jan 10 The old adagothat misfortunes never como singly lias truly been verified in tho family of tholato J B Shacklett of Hill Grove Meado county Mr Shacklett was left n widower 10 years ago with five small children who were all to young too realizo their great loss Tho youngest child was taken by her grand mother and lias always made her home there Mr Shacklett manag Â¬ ed to keep tho other four together some- Â¬ times having a housekeeper and some Â¬ times being obliged to bo his own cook and to tako tho place of botli father and mother to ills little ones but he perform- Â¬ ed his part faithfully and wo had ofton remarked tho beautiful companionship existing between himself and children that is often absent in families who have both parents Struggling at the same timo undor a load of debt and tho twofold care of his young family his was no easy life But after a few years his children grew to bo able to help him and at Ills deatli they wero in a prosperous condition He was nover a robuBl man and gradually that dread disease consumption made its appearance After a lingering illness of several months during which ho was most tenderly cared for by his children lie died last February His two sons being of ago they all stayed together the elder ono being administrator of the estate On tho even- Â¬ ing of the November election the second son Robert was taken ill and on summoning a physician ho pronounced it a case of typhoid fever After an illness of His grief only nineteen days ho died stricken brother and sisters followed him to his last resting placo littlo dreaming that thoy too were so soon to become victims of tho same disease In just twelvo days from the burial of his brother David was stricken down Tho last placo ho went was to the burial of his neighbor Mr William Shumate two days later his sister Wllla camo home from school with a chill which in every case was the forerunner of tho fever Sho was very ill from tho first and was only confined to her bed nino days when death released her Tho re- Â¬ maining girl was taken down on tho 13th and when Willa breathedther last there was a patient in each of tho three rooms the others so ill as hardly to be ablo to realize what had occurred Tho next evening while their little sister was be- Â¬ ing buried enough of tho friends and neighbors remained at tho houso to remove tho others to tho homo of their grand mother moro than half a mile distant For a fow days it seemed as though tho change had been beneficial to both patients and thoy appeared to be in a fair way for recovery but in a short time tho aspect of things changed and all that medical skill could do availed nothing ho sank gradually and on the night of January 3d breathed his last Tho remaining one Sallie is now on a fair way to recovery but in that infect- Â¬ ious disease ono cannot tell what a few hours may bring forth In the short space of eleven months a home has been desolated and four forms are lying side by sido in the Buck Grove church yard and tho end may not bo yet Tho causo of tho tcrriblo scourge is supposed to have originated from a wet cellar which in warm weather had be como very foul though it will never cer- Â¬ tainly bo known Though all so young they were most kind accommodating free hearted neighbors and will bo sad Â¬ ly missed by their many friends A gloom has been cast over tho whole neighborhood by their untimely deaths and this will long bo romemberod as tho saddest Christmas tide ever known to the people of the Hill Grove vicinity Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and wlfo to Wm Mclntire one half In- Â¬ terest in store houso on East Main street Brandenburg consideration 27500 Wm Bcwley and wlfo to John L Atwoll two acres Tho editor cf this sheet speaks encour ageingly for his outlook in 05 I know one thing this community fully appre Â¬ ciates tho News and show it by a liberal subscription It ranks hero as a first class family paper Mr Tom Howard I understand will conduct a hard ware business where Mr Mclntire now is in conjunction with tho furniture business which Mr Howard is running now Such moves build up our town and bring trado to us Mrs J W Richardson will go to Lou isvillo this week if tho weather moder- Â¬ ates She is talking up a company to go to Mardi Grasand is anxious that qulto n concourse should take tho pleasant trip but howover some of them may divergo before the appointed timo Jimmle Ditto will leave for Owensboro this week to engago in tho insurance business His good little wife will follow later and when wo glvo tlioso young people up we do so with sincere regret for they aro kind obliging and substan stlal A few friends and relatives enjoyed themselves with Mrs Nevitt and her mother Mrs Smith on Sunday Just such an elegant dinner as Mrs Nevitt knows how to serve was partook of and I was happy to be included at her hospit Â¬ able table Mr Wm Mclntire has bought the property on East Main street and will improve remodel and early in the spring lie will transfer his stock from his present stand to tho new ono to continue his bus- Â¬ iness in ids usual satisfactory manner to old lriends and customers Jack Frost is tho most welcome visltoi usually the young folks can entertain when ho comes with a good supply of ice and snow but I ween ho was not re- Â¬ ceived so cordially last Sunday when ho camo with an unceremonious rush A regular amateur no profcssionial bliz Â¬ zard ULUAJlrS After Christmas Well Thats Right Now It doesnt effect the Quality When we mark the Prices Down No wrap Our Loss is Vour Gain Need to Wait Longer The Whole Outfit Must be Disposed of Please yourself in Style and let the Value Speak for Us Tho marriage of Mr T E Jenkins and Miss Nellie McGehee was largely attend Â¬ ed and was a handsomo affair but I have had no particulars Would my wishes J C NOLTE Assignee K 1 A SonnowiNo 1itiEND BRANDENBURG Trade is dull as usual after tho holiday season My pupils will havo a piano recital soon for patrons only Snow Bound is no longer an inspira- Â¬ tion and Longfellows carded wool has Chintz Royalty County Survoyor was in town Saturday As will be seen by his advertisement in this Issuo Mr Roy- Â¬ alty has opened an office at Hardinsburg and in connection with his duties as Sur- Â¬ veyor will gfvo his attention to the loca- Â¬ tion of lands and their lines Lands that havo been lost sight of or glvo any other Information that may bo desired in re Â¬ gard to them Mr Royalty is rellablo and can be depended upon to look after any business of this nature placed in lis hands Steamer Boaz Loses Her Tow Tho tow boat Boaz with twenty barges mot with an accident at Hogs bar four miles below this city Monday morning It was during tho dense fog which came up about eight oclock in tho morning Tho boats wheel became disabled and tho pilot could not control her Tho fleet brcko in many ph cos and thirteen of the barges were sunk tho others drift Â¬ ing down tho river There were twenty nine men on tho fleet None were lost as first reported Tho barges contained about 000000 bushel of coal valued at l5000 satiated us Tho Ragon lay at the wharf sometime last Friday night detained by the driving snow and misty mist Bro Walton will preach next Sunday Go out to hear him aud thereby givo him a littlo encouragement for the Now Year Marriage Liconso r E Jenkins and Nellie McGehee Ed Moore and Mollle ShirclifT Thomas M Watts and Hattie B Wright Mr Wm Bowley has decided to re main witli Mr II C Woodson and his many friends are not sorry to retain him Â¬ self and family as citizens President McCall of Bethel College Hopkinsvillo was hero last week on bus- Â¬ iness and called on his ex pupil and graduate Miss Mary Taylor The Worlds Fair Tests showed 9 hiking powthr so pure or so greet In IeY enlf power as tho Royal Miss LIda Haynes has taken up her music again and will devoto most of her time to theory and classical exorcises and in March next will teach again Hymen is keeping modestly In tho back ground after being in the van guard so long but the is full of rumors of his presence again in the near future Cold as It was last Sunday Bro Hagan filled his appointment I havent heard whether be will be our minister for the ensuing year or not but I witli many others hope so Our new county officers were installed Monday tho 7th and I wish I eoukl send ATTORNEY AT LAW you their benign coHaWsaBow for they would compare favewWy with those of OLOVKRPORT KY Wmc mm Oflee with DtIU X Murray Ut t tf Breckenrtdfa eouaty lit Hf 0 Weodfop Iroa BrWge TwhIw Â¬ Gtis Bro rori Hl dear Nellie could bring you gladness ever scattering blessings in their train May your lives be full of peace plenty and love Dr D C Pusey had a call Sunday af- Â¬ ternoon across tho river to Laconla Tho LOUISVILLE TOBACCO frigid temperature lias no effect upon the Doctor braving the elements to obey a MARKET call of duty Late at evening ho had still tho turbid Ohio to recross and tho good old doctor objects to water except Tho Burley Market Shows a Small as a beverago and for ablutions Advance Bidding Strong and Talking about swearing off for tho Activo New Year I wish every young man could read Cliauncey Depew and then Ho says feel like him about treating the practice is filling our Homes for In GOOD RED FILLERS IN DEMAND ebriatcs as nothing elso can Tho Amer- Â¬ This conviviality icans aro convivial The Fanners Homo Journal says encourages the treat and for ono who Total sales in this market last week were has not the moral courage to say No it 2749 liiids agalmt 2581 lihds for coroften means ruin to body and soul If responding week of last year Total re Â¬ a man will drink why cant ho go alone ceipts 741 hhds against 1393 hlids for its so much more painful to treat the corresponding week of last year Re- Â¬ One glass too often calls for crowd jections last week were 481 hhds or 22 another then ns Mr Depew adds The percent of the auction eales Of the Honor the total sales 2125 hhds wero Burley and downward career begins old custom this New Year by tho breach G24 were dark tobacco rather than tho observance The Burley market this week has been I enclose n most beautiful acrostio Bidding a shade bettirthan last week from tho concentrated pen of my friend was strong and activo all along the line Miss Mary Owingn on the name of dear though better grades were in moro favor Jennie Wool folk compiled from our than the common and low grades Col Fathers Holy Word thus showing a ory types however were strong and in lovely tributo to the deceased a kind re- Â¬ good demand down to common trash membrance of the grieved ones and glori- Â¬ Old Burleys are still exhibiting an ad- Â¬ fying Ills name I cannot allow this vancing tendency Good red fillers of occasion to pass without evidencing my 03 crop aro especially popular and regard for this thoughtful friend and also always elicit strong competition This my appreciation for the kind expressions grade readied 2150 this week which is in her letter received I am thankful the highest for somo months and grateful to know so sincere a Christ- Â¬ QUOTATIONS ian reads my thoughts gathered by tho TIicbo quotations aro for smnd mer- Â¬ way side with pleasure and I only wish chantable packages If otlutwise prices I mlRlit be what she prays fcr me rango from 1 to 2 lower Heb 13 20 21 DARK S150f200 Mr and Mrs Clarence Neafus of Trash 200 300 spent tho past week with Common Lugs Bardstown Mr and Mrs G L Neafus I was invit- Â¬ Medium 3000 400 400 500 ed to dinner with other friends to meet Good 4 50 5 50 the young couple but had to decline Common Leaf 550 7 00 which I regretted and on tho samo day Medium 7 00 8 00 I was invited to tako a farewell dinner Good 8 0010 50 with Mrs A T Herndon who will leavo Flno hurley usshoitly for Ackron Ohio to reside 3 50 2 50 Mr Morgan Richardson Trash permanently 3 50 4 50 lias purchased their property Wo re- Common Lugs 450 000 gret exceedingly to loso Mrs llorndon Medium 000 750 and her lovely daughters who aro an ac- Â¬ Good 7 0010 00 quisition to our society and an ornament Common Leaf 100014 00 in our church circle but to bo united Medium 14 0018 00 witli husband and father is tho panccea Good 18002150 and wo all pray for success and happi Â¬ Fino 1801 HURLEY ness in their now homo Mr Herndon will arrive this week to move his family Trash 150 250 2 50 3 50 In last weeks Sunday Star our Meade Common Lugs county poet Charles Hamilton Mus Medium 350 5 00 grove has a touching New Years story Good 5 00 8 00 Phantoms It is novel indeed tq Common Leaf 7 00 0 00 read anything really original on such a Medium 0001200 theme but out young friend can poso as Good 12001500 such for his conceptions of tho death and Fine 15001075 birth of Ninety four and Ninety five are BALKS DUKINO THE WEK truly so Ho edits a column in the Falls City Warehouse sold 0 hhds Star under Echoes from Bohemia Breckenrldgo county leaf lugs and trash and he is alsi business manager of the at 11 75 5 450 0 0 70 and 320 This gifted New Era a labor sheet Green River Warehouse 8 hhds Breck Â¬ young man should keep hlsjncensa enridge county lug and traih at 0 10 for large 560 3C0 205 2 80 and 2 kindled at the Muses flame is his bounty and his soul sincere Ninth Street House 1 hhd Meado The young folks on West Hill have or Â¬ county common leaf at 4 50 ganized an As you like it Club which met with Misses Lillle and Vlrgie Rhodes last Thursday night and took tho form of a card party On next Thursday night W F J will meet with Mr and Mrs Grlnnell and there will be a musical pro- Â¬ gramme carried out Each hostess who must be a member entertains aa she The likes and only members attend young ladles of this hill have also organ Â¬ ised a sewng circle which meets Wed A stirring story of lovo and Adventure sesday afternoons and while fancy work Will soon appear in this paper Is engaged In another reads and all com- meat ask wrlaforHBaUoac They will meewith me this afternoon Wednes day awd I am aeleeted to read sketches Â¬ Â¬ Senn Ackermann Brewing Ilioiitunons EXPORT BOTTLE BEER Co MAIN STRREiaBREXWELRY for Family Use tiiiiiiom m 17IO to 1720 MAIN ST is- - uim 2 LOUISVILLE KY Tho Beit Shoes for the Least Money SJMfck W O L ak rail Over Ono Million Pcoplo wrnr Iho W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos All our sbor lire counllr Tncy rIto the best Tame for tno money atlfalorr shoes In 1 her eaual custom eUAC nwb 3zsid -- DOUGLAS FIT FOR a KING strlo auu i Their wearing qualities aro unsurpaued The prices aro uniform stamped on solo From tl to A3 sared over other makes if Tour dealer cannot supply ou we can w mmtr u m- HSb- - m mmmm E v i takkw jbm jhk kakwks im wiwfe 4232k- - m S3 oo viaIL S2go iaSL v- SB1nnmnllnil PntT nnil S4 S3 50 Cordovnn llllllllltllVIl Tine u TJiSrvss KJm ic titd WSt2SrH t r OHA-r- IT -- uc Mm iMfXiLr urS 5BS s - uaiei S3 szau tzina It your dealer cannot supply jou wuio lur catalogue W L Douglas w Jlroeklon Moss Police Shoes soles and woningmens Bojr school shoi irnniraAn IkUUKHIUUI French 2 3 sis S L SULZER Cloverport Ky BEWLEYVILLE Thoy may be harvesting in Australia and having bright summer days in Brazil but up hero in Buwleyvillo old winter most surely wraps us in Arctic embraces A few pleasant days a week ago gave us a breathing spell as it were but now we have it worso than ever Wo pity tho poor animals who liko tho Democrats stand out in tho cold Those illustrations of favored Repub Â¬ licans iu the last issue of tho News are somewhat striking Miss Bettio Cain who visited her aunt Mrs T P Hardaway returned hpmo Monday Ho Mr Hunter is among us again has been oil to tho Falls of Rough to visit his sisters Mrs Frank Peyton and Mrs Delia Moorman Mraud Mrs Miller aro spendlug a week with Mrs Wolvorton Mrs Miller was onco Miss Evio Lawson and every- Â¬ body likes to havo her como Somo few of Mr T J Jollys friends dined with him Jan 10th It snowed and it snowed but that only mado tho pleasantness of indoors plcasantcr Tho venison wo ran on to was very fine thanks to you Hunter Misses Eflle Smith and Lulie Matting Â¬ ly of Hardinsburg aro visiting Miss Celestia Ueavin John Pulliam Joe Ball and Jim Smith camo tip Friday to attend a social at Mr John llcavins Our sick folks all better and every Â¬ body in good spirits except those women who sell poultry and butter We tliluk it shameful to get so littlo for what wo Report of Cloverport High School for The Month Ending January 11th 1805 Number girls enrolled Number boya enrolled Whole number pupils enrolled Averaco dally iitteudauco Average dally absnee lVr cent of attendance Number casts tardiness Number visitors ROLL OP IIONOII 11111 SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 123 W 2JJ 202 12 04 12 5 Third year Maxie Handy Mary Kyan Stnlln Mullun Olivia Fallon Second year Sudio Beverly Marion Downier Ijdosca May Pearl Perrigoi Rosa Ryan Hovious Bolicn Fred Dlluy Unrry Hamuian Wnllie Lisben Willie Mullen Albert Polbrij Herbert Riedel Fannio First year Lena llaininan Smith Margaret Howard Minnie Ogles by Mannio White Forest Freeman Kenneth Ferry Fonzo Kiimsbury lr nest Popham Robert Wilt OH AM 51 I Alt DEPARTMENT Sixth grade Mary Jarboe Eliza May Adelia Moorman Kdlo Swajrgot Stella McGavock Bertio McGavcck Carrio Gra ham Stella Wcatlierliolt llorenco Cot- Â¬ trell Maggie Lowls Damon Beavln Moorman Willis Joe Fallon LafoBehen Fifth Grade Murrel Gregory Gracio Plank Lillian Sinpel Hallio Waineldi Lolia Daniel Irono Jaiboe Ruth Hay Â¬ nes Wilbur Watumnn David May lea dore Popham Edward Wroe Warflcld Collins INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT Mary Camp Maud Witt Sallio Swaggot Oglesbj David Murray James Gracio Ferry Fourth grade Linnlo iwmmffl8ffltiiTffl Chiokamauga Â¬ WtUUUUiUUUiUU Youngor Thiid grade Carl Gregory Wearda do Graham W1I1U Lewis Jeaw Moorman If there Is any more news wo havo John Newton Mattio Graham Lessle failed to get it for wo havo been snow Newton Maggie Wroo bound and tills morning wo can truly 1RIMAItV DEPARTMENT say Ihc long and dtcary winter IJ Second grado Efton Ueavin Harry O the coU and cruel winter I Beverley Rolla Fallon Bon OBilen Golden Rod Aunlo Bll Boyd Annie Jarboe Reo Willis First trrade GeorueBoydThos Ferry Edward Harris Dennlo Lewis Leo Las-lie Roy Mattingly Fred Newton Chas often eat food insuflloiently OBrien Cornlo Allen Bertha Beavln or not properly cooked Ri Katlu Moorman Julia Wroo Primary grado Wado Witt Paul Low pafts Tabules cure dyspepsia is Hugh McGavock Ray lloyser Hattie and sour stomaoh and im Â¬ Laslte Margaret Moorman Mattio Willis mediately relieve headache J II Jxxian Supt flvo cenU while lllpsus TabuWs may be obtained through your A scrubbing brush for nearest druggist 1ilce jo cents s bo thoy lat A bargain Sulaers Men in a Hurry I fllJWH1 x r L 8 THE- - BRBLOKEXNRIIDQK Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S ISTE WS GLOVRRPORT KY BRAND TUB CLAIM A3 FALSE Govt Report Rol Breckenridge EPWORTH A TIMELY WARNING SAMPLE Mr Jack Maltingly is still on tho sick list J II Miller seems to be growing more Jolly J II Miller is investing his money iu turkeys People seem to bo getting ready for tho weddings Vffavis Rollins lias purchased a fine sheep ricently Pat Wilktt of Owonsboro was In our midst recently If all reports aro true Miss Addie Jol ly will eoon bo a Miller 8 D Bradshaw of Ernid O T is ex Â¬ pect d in our midst shortly Mies Mary L Bobbins seems to think that an imported young gentleman tho best A couple of youug men aro attending protracted meeting regularly at Union Star Santd Clans lias once morn visited our midst and delighted covctal of our young ladies Lorenza Dowell tho mighty Nimrod is still hunting dear Success to you Â¬ UMr Mr Con OBryan who is teaching at SECURE A POSITION WANTBI for office wirVotl tftltrv In molt every county In the Middle Southern Wettern and a few of the Northern and Eaitern Slatei a Ihotelrom Youns Lily or rourijf Knllr nun Kxperience not nee the country alio accepted In fact prefer beginner at a email Hil ary at nrilt lay irom ij to fjo per momn Mnv who tatted on itnll lalarlet now re- Muit be a celre from I75 to uc per month womer ana rurnin gona reiercnco iui 5noa No loan atkeil In bank caah about ioo It it a salaried and no Investment required Our enterprise la strongly permanent position Address 1 O Hoi y endorsed by bankers Nashville Tenn ABSOLUTELY News 10 1895 Baking Powder PUBE GUSTON Worlds Fair Officials Expose a Stt tender to an Award Long Branch spent tho holidays at his homo near hero Duo Ex Gov Buckner Made Many Appeals for Relief for the Treasury Treasurer Halo announces tluit the Treasury is as empty ns a last years bird nest j that Kentucky is busttd and tho financial department of tho State admin Â¬ istration is laid up for badly needed re pairs Meantime payment of ail treas-Â¬ ury claims is indefinitely suspended The miserablo plight of tho State Treas ury is the gravt st issue confronting tho Democratic patty in Kentucky Treas-Â¬ urer Hale tho Auditor concurring has already declared that in Juno next tho deficit in tho Treasury will amount to -Bomowhorc in the neighborhood of 000000 If tiio Stuto Democracy can pack this load througli tho campaign of 03 and win then neither cyclotus nor Republicanism nor foes without nor in competency within will ever dislodge it from power there Is one Demrcrat in tho state however whos political fortunes should bo advanced by the misfortunes of Dem Â¬ ocracy That inau is Gov S B Buck ncr All tho hardships now confronting the Democratic party were brought about by tho costs of the Constitutional Con- Â¬ vention the expenses of tho Legislature and tho reduction of the of rate in 1890 Tho greatest of Hito mis- Â¬ takes if mistakes they be utall was tho reduction of tho tax rate without that the Democratic ship of state Would now bo sailing in smooth waters surround d by tranquil seas instead of dangirous breakers With a mind piercing luturity in prophetic Intuition with an under Btandint as clear as a bouy bell tolling its warning to ocean wandercw GoV Duck ner protested cntreatedaud admonished against this reduction On tho twenty first of jMa elf 1890 Gov Bucknef transmitted 41 message to tbo Legislature announcing that he was considering the taxreduttioh bill asking that it be jncullcd for moro ma- Â¬ ture c nsideralion and demonstrating that a reduction of taxes would Inevita- Â¬ bly bankrupt tho Treasury uulcss tho expenses were correspondingly reduced In tills message Governor Buckner also pointed out how state expenses could bo reduced us to render a lowering of the tax rate justifiable On tho same day tho bill was returned to tho House together with a plain state ment of the Gubernatorial objections thereto May 22 1890 Governor Buckner ad dressed a communication to tho Legislature urging action on pending measures designed to reduce state expenses May 20 after the Legishttu o had over Â¬ ridden the Gubernatorial veto and re- Â¬ duced the tax rab Gov Buckner sent in a message demonstrating that there would be a deficit iu tlie State Treasury of about 520000 July 1 1890 and near 150000 July 1 lfcJl ami urging that the action be taken to nlievo the State Treasury Finding that on tho eve of adjourn ment May 27 no action had been taken on his previous communications Gov Hacklier npnin for the fifth tjme ap pealed to tho Legislature on the same subject His warning and entreaties were un Â¬ heeded Tho Legislature adjourned The deficiency continued to grow Tiie deluge came at lust Had tho suggestions of Governor Buck Â¬ ner been listened to tho r duetion of both expenses and taxts could have been mode aud all would havo been well had ills narningsand protests been after Â¬ wards heeded tho deficiency could havo still been run diid At eviry stage of these proceedings the wisdom of Gov Buckner and the pigheadedness of the opposition is demonstrated It is for these reasons the Times be- Â¬ lieves that the political fortunis of Gov- Â¬ ernor Buckner will bj ad vane d by the political misfortunes of Democracy And no one would moro stoutly protest against Biich an outcome of present con- Â¬ ditions than the sturdy able model ex Governor who is asking tho United States Senatorship and d serves any office on liis own merits and not on the demerits of others Glasgow Timie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1891-02-0- 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WEDNESDAY JANTAKY LEAGUE Held over from last week Tom Bishop of Irvlngton was in town Monday R J Patleson returned from Branden Â¬ burg Saturday Lesson For the Week Beginniag Jan Wilbur Shumate of Hill Grove was In town Saturday 13 The Altar the Topic Mrs J R Uaskett was the guest of Miss Rose Morris Friday ScniPTunie Reading- s- jt xxx 1 10 Rev E R Prothcroc of Irvington was in Tin a town Sunday evening Thla small nlrnr of ucaoia wood covered with plute of Bold stood In tho Miss Clara Morris of Big Spring is visholy placo of tho tabcniaolo aud nftor iting at Hardlnsburg ward n similar ono in tho teinplo ut Jo Mrs Louise Nefl was the guest of Mrs rusaloui Dohind it hung tho veil which T E CundifF Sunday concealed tho most holy placo contain ing tho chest of tho covenant with ta Success and happiness to you and jour bles of stono inscribed with tho ton bonny bride friend Tom commands covered with tho mercy soat Mrs Mattie L Brocar of Louisville is of gold whero that mysterious Shodl spread visiting her sister Miss Rose Morris mah flro shone whlloabovowero In tho saino Miss Betsy Cain is visiting tho family tho wings of cherubim apartment with tho gold altar wcro tho of Tom Hardaway ntar Bewleyville candolabra and tho tablo of memorial Miss Reno Smith and brother Eugene No sacrifices wcro over offered bread designed for tho spent part of last week with relatives at It was on this altar Long Branch burning of iucenso at tho time of offer ing tho morning and ovening sacrifico Dolph Jones and family who havo on tho great altar of brass which stood been visiting in Henderson returned to boforo tho door of thb tent or templo Big Spring Saturday Onco a year only did blood touch it when Henry Cain and daughter Mrs L W on tho day of atonement the high priest dipping his finger in tho blood hold in Adkisson ulio have been isiting in n goldon bowl touched tbo pinnacles at Louisville returned homo last week tho corners and passing bahind tho curTom Ditto of Louisville came down tain sprinkled boiuo boforo tho mercy golden last week to visit his wife who is very Tho incenso offcrod in beat censors placed on this altar was a spo sick at the homo of her father John Cox cial compound which no ono was allowMiss Rose 55 Morris and sister Mrs It was Mattie L Brocar were the guests of G ed to mako for private nso sprinkled on coals taken from tho altar W Smith and family of Stony Point of sacrifico aud placed in tho censer Sunday Tho porfumed clouds of smoka filled tho T E Jenkins and Miss Nellio McGe air while tho people worshiped All is typical of tho prayers of Gods people hee were united in matrimony at the Lot my prayer home of the brides parents at Long Tho Psalmist prayed Iu Branch Jan 2nd bo sot forth boforo Thee as incenso Revelation John sees tho angol adding With feelings of reluptance many of to tho prayers of tho saints much inhave censo whicli may signify tho merits the pretty girls along tho Texas and intercession of tho Saviour Tho decided to ceaso bestowing their sunny lessen taught is that tho dovotions of smiles upon our rosy cheeked mail Gods pcoplo arocontinnally to bo offer Â¬ clerk ed to Him from clean hearts and though Our little town and vicinity is begintho morcy seat bo hidden it is near and blood of tho offering whicli cleanses ning to cultivate quite a taste for music tho tho altar of incenso is sprinkled also Wo have choir practice once eacli week were participated in whero Gods prosenco abides in his Two musicals most holy place with much zest by our joung people Mrs Lizzie Pusey and daughter NanCharity With Discrimination nie of Chicago who have been visiting is too much a matted of im Generosity pulso with tho many rather than the re Â¬ Mrs Mary Munford left last week to sults of conviction and caroful thought visit other relatives in Henderson whence A pathetic appeal awakens sudden sym they will journey hoinewaid pathy und becures a generous gift iu too Misses Ermine and Ellen Munford many cases whero tho applicant is un injury to havo ahaut computed a three months worthy and tho donation an To gho charity so as to reliovo courso of penmanship under Miss Rose him need and not develop tho pauper spirit Morris and express themselves as being in tho ono helped aud prido in tho giver very much pleased witli the result Miss tlany Rose speaks in very complimentary is as nocessary as it is difficult persons conscientiously never rufuso an terms of her pupils Tho improvement appeal for food fearing that if they of their chirography has been very satisshould deny such a request they might factory to her as well as to themselvts causa ono to suffer hunger Yet thcro is no surer method of fostoring tho tramp Rheumatism is primarily caused by danger than thU uuhusitatiug aud in acidity of tho blood Hoods Sarsaparilla dibcrimiuato feeding of tho Idlo Thcro are wone thiugi than hunger To so purifies the blood aud thus cures the loso ouos manhood aud womanhood ns disease to desiro to live without labor and bo fed by the work of othcis is destitution ROBERTS BOTTOM of spirit compared wltit which hunger and cold aro slight evils Tliu real need About froz9 out is 60iio ono to lift up and teach them Sirocco is sure made out Democratic to look up stuff That I5ucle Illaat No 5 born to the wife of Maiion Bal- Â¬ Much was spoken aud written during lon on Jan 2nd a daisy girl tho past summer and autumn of tho Mr F B Lacy Hopkinsville is visitspecial need of tho Missionary society and tho Thanksgiving day scrvico and ing her parents Mr and Mrs II S Eng- Â¬ offering in its behalf In somo quarters lish considcrablo enthusiasm was dovelopcd Harvey English Jr came in Sunday aud many of tho chapters responded after spending Christmas at the Steph nobly to tho lmglo call for half a dollar per member aid of this interest ensnort hotel Probably tlieri nu er was a moro critDr Milner was called Fiiday to see ical timo iu tho history of this most im the infant son of Mr Lacy who is seriportant benevolent society of tho Metho ously ill now dist Episcopal church Tho response- to Regardless of tho cold weather tho tho special appeal for funds to keep tho work on its present basis at least school hero lias made an attendance of aud respond so far as possiblo to urgent 75 percent of tho enrollment calls for advauco was both hearty and Mr and Mrs II S English gave a din- Â¬ generous Moro valuable than tho mon ing Monday Dec 31st for tho special ey contributed by tho Loaguo was tho interest aroused iu illusion work tho benefit of L T Roberta and wife S II Dix and wife Miss Mattie Milner Miss iucrcaso of understanding of methods needs and results and tho quickening Sue Broshear and Claude Brashear of of tho spiritual intorcst of tho pcoplo iu Union Star tho evangelization of tho world The medicine give Nov Oth lias had its desired effect The Democrats aro International Conference It will bo a notablo body which will now equipped to knock the black out of gather for this convention noxt Juno Mr Allen or any other Republican who ut Chattanooga Representatives of may offer his services in the next Gen young Methodism from all contiuonts oral Assembly of Kentucky and tho far islands of tho sea will bo On God love tho cheerful giver present Tho arrangements will bo in Wednesday eve the news was spread chargo of a general cominittco compos fuel for the school house was ed of three members from oach of tho abroad that three largost Methodist bodies iu Amer- becoming a thing of tho past And on ica tho Methodist Episcopal church tho Thursday thero was a sufficient amouut Methodist Church of Canada aud tho placed on the grounds to last tho re Methodist Episcopal Church South C mainder of tho year E Piper U R Doherty and Secretary Mr and Mrs Sam Dix entertained tho E A Schell are tho members elected by following persons on Wednesday night tho board of control to ropresont the Misa Etta English Methodist Episcopal church It incaus Harvey Willie and much that tho sacrament of holy com Miss Sue Brashear Union Star Miss munion Is to huvo an appropriate placo Bettio Ditto Brandenburg and I B Payne Its impossible for tho above to in tho order of service duly thank Mr and Mrs Dix for tho Contention Courteaee nice ico cream candy nuts bananas aud City and district unions iu several apples to which they were served places have bcon formed whore all tho young pooplou societies endeavor Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is different league unions eta of all tho various from all other cough remedies It cures This is often a by allaying tho Inlhmmation and giving churches participate good thing Whatever promotes ac tone strength vigor aud vitality to tho quaintance sociability mutual helpful respiratory organs Guaranteed and for ucss toward higher ideals and moro sala by Short Haying Cloverport practical efficiency in tho work is to bo M Though rogimontal organ Di R H McMullin McDanlela welcomed ization may still bo esseutial thcro is Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Con Drury no reason why brigado divisiou and Btautlne A Taylor Hoactta Co Bewleyvlllo Ky W E army corps formation cannot also bo Bennett adopted with advantage Brown Irvington Ky Juo P Nichols Garfield Ky A II Morris Big Bpring Worth Jleuiewberlnr Ky It ia not until wo havo passed through Col J If Powol of Henderson Ky the furnaco that we aro mado to kuow how much dross was iu our composi was stricken with paralyata of tho brain tion Dacou while delivering a rythlan lecltin at When a man doesnt boliovo what ho Columbus O ays ha docs ho persecutes tho man who Dr7Prk CrMM Baklmg Pawrfw eoateadlct i him Wlion he docs boliove Wor M F4r HtffeMt Avar It fefslU quiet Wwxfell Phillip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Chicago III Dec 31 1891 Ono of tho odd results of tho Worlds Fair is the claim now made to awards by somo Officials who were not even exhibitors of the Exposition havo not at yet taken final action In tho niatt r beliuving tho quick wit of tho pcoplo will detect tho spurious claims But to the case of a New York baking powder that has been widely advertising an award tho atten- Â¬ tion of tho Chief of Awards for Agricul- Â¬ ture has been directed Ho brands the claim of this pretender as false declaring Neither the neons of this department nor tho official cataloguo of tho Worlds Columbian Exposition show that this Now York Company was an exhibitor consequently it could not receive an award at the Worlds Fair Those who fairly won their honors at tho Fair seem disposed to treat this fraud as any other fraud should bo treat ed Tho Prico Baking Powder Company of Chicago having received tho highest award Bay they aro convinced their claims and tliosu of all other holdors of Loret 71 rightful honors will bo fully vindicated Mr Emmet Elder of Mooloyville was by the public hero ono day last week tho guest of Mr John Ray lias latoly purchased a double barrel shot gun Look out rabbits if you dont want to como up lifelcBf Mr Gabo Rhodes attended a party near Paynesvllio last Wednesday Won dr what attraction thcro is up thero for Gabe7 eiry 5 Notwithstanding the unpleasantness of snow and cold there were several attend Â¬ ed a party at Mr Boh Vessels Wednes Â¬ day after Christmas Miss Cora Baslmtn of Concordia and Emmett Elder and Earl Basham of Union Star were the guests of Miss Eva Roberts New Years night Mr Tom Payno who has lately hosen a beautiful and loving little wife has located in our midst and wo truly wish them a long and successful lifo lAXyyviviVAys In Poor rrVo were honored by tho presence of Mr Tom Fackler somo days last week McQnady Death of Mattie Rogers Mr Lorenza Dowell was royaly enter Â¬ tained by Miss Lillle MrQuady on New Years day Mr George Sherbourn a popular young engineer of Sunbury Ohio is hero visiting friends Messrs Willlo Seaton Dick Miller Taylor Basham all of New Bethel wcro in town Thursday Dan Haynes of Union Star was a pleasant caller on Mis3 Annie Bennett last Sunday eve Call again Dan A popular young lady of this place statted in the New Year by chartering a car to send a letter to her best fellow Jesso Miller Addie Jolly Arthur Mat tingly and Mary L Bobbins on Thurs day evening attended meeting at Union Star Arthur Mattingly seems to think a Why not get single life the happiest I mean somo one to keep houso you the better half of life Maik Bobbins while returning home from meeting Monday evening at Union Star was captured by a dear V wish him better success next time As no one from our vicinity seems to care for tho constant absenco of items from this place I thought I would try and send in a few this week Miss Mary Bobbins G A Jones and C M Robbins made a flying visit Sun day afternoon to Union Star the guests of Miss Birdie and Exle French Albert Jackson of Hardinsburg re- Â¬ turned from Louisville one day last week with a very handsome present for one our most popular young Indite G A Jones of Cincinnati and C M Bobbins of tills placo were very pleas- Â¬ antly entertained New Years eve by Misses Xie and Birdio French of Union Star VTom Jolly wears a pleasant smile when liis best girl comes up to see him When Tom looks at a girl and smiles you may know it Is his intention to seo her safely home LArthur Mattingly who trains tho young idea how to shoot attended the social giveu by Mr Leo Walls Now Years night Ho reports a very pleasant timo Messrs Frank Jolly Glendeane Clovis Walls Hazel Dell Lea Miller Hardins- Â¬ burg All spent a very pleasant even- Â¬ ing at Miss Mary L Robbins on last Sun Â¬ day evening George Jones of Cincinnati Ohio is expected to return homo soon and take with him a young wife May success crown your future life is the earnest wish of all your friends I cant Bay whether financial troubles have affected our young people or not but seemingly good times are on a Mon- Â¬ BusintssClovelandish strike ey almost as scarce- as common honesty among politicians Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Daughter of Mr and Mrs James Rog- Â¬ ers died of consumption at her home near Keenan Chapel Friday Dec 21st at 7 oclock a m age IS years and eight months The death angel has taken from our midst ono of our most intelli Â¬ gent girls She was loved by all who knew her She will be missed in the social cltclcs and in her homo Sho was tho prido of her mothers heart About two years ago alio professed faitli in christ and joint d tho M E church and over since she has been happy in a Saviours love who redeemed her Sho bore her suffering witli patience never was a murmur heard from her lips Sho said sho was ready to go when the mesr singt r camo When dying sho called for her loved ones and told then good- Â¬ bye Our hearts acho with sorrow and we hato to give her up but wo know she is happy with tho angels on the other shore and some day somo happy day when we rise to worlds unknown we will hear that voice that was so familiar hero on earth Why should we grieo when sho died so happy she is far better On off than we for she is with God Saturday Dec 22nd her remains were laid to rest in the family gravo yard at Bro Sueed conducted Hardinsburg the burial service The way to cure a cough is to stop the coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey cuts loose the mucous heals the lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in one night For salo by Short HaynesCloverport j Dr R II McMul- Â¬ lin McDaniels MMeyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewley ville Ky W E Brown IryiugtonKy Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Tho nauTe of Lake Ontario was first noted us SkauoJairo beautiful lake It was also at various Union and by dif ferent men denominated Lao do Frou tenac Lao do Iroquois and Lao de St Louis Tho Mohawks called it Cuiuda racqui Â¬ Papa was carofully studying tho fam ily history In tho big Biblo when his Oyear nld daughtor surprised him by aying Papa was Aunt Ann ono of your Aun sisterK Â¬ ECZEMA trvine to cure visited Hot Springs and was treated by the best medical men but was not t benefited When all TTTTT failed I things had 7 determined to trv S S S and In four mohtlis was entirely cured The terrible Eczema was gone not a sign me of this disease snenr n loriunc From earlv child hood until 1 was grown my family I lDOIUI n4 If l U lb - r and Illl have never had any return of me disease I have since li Ml I S W w wnmnumlMl IVIIIMIVyVM n III nn riltl CIKIMI IICII11I I 11 UUIIl U i mill niinnn llmlllll S S S to a number of frleno for akin dls- eases and have never yet known a failure to ULU W IRWIN Irwin Pa Nayer falls to core fen alter all other i uava Our ruai Trrallwon Wooden I oin IMsaasee uallod f re to anf sifclrvea A now theory in the treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affections lias been advanced by the manufacturers of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a All dealers sell wonderful remedy it on a positive guarantee For sale Haynes Cloverport by Short Dr R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan I make tho prediction that it will take tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett its place as the worlds greatest discovery W E Brown Co Bewleyville Ky Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield as it is capable of doing more good for humanity than any other Jas 0 Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Clarke Esq Morehead Ky A Cause of Bnsiness Failure My wife Bays she has received great Among many cases of failure in busi benefit from tho use of the Electropoise ness none is more common than tho im Â¬ I bought of you Borne weeks since and patience of individuals The average feel euro it will cure her of a long stand Â¬ man coining to years of discretion after ing case of rheumatism Money could working for a salary feels able to man not buy it from her 0 W Wright age for himself and embarks in a vent Loulsvillo Ky uro of one kind or another with moro or All tho money in Kentucky could He is sanguine of success not buy my Electropoise less capital It cured my or he certainly would not risk his time wifo of tumor after the best physicians and money but it is saldom ho realzs had pronounced her Incurable Michael the length of the journey before he can Condran Frankllnton Ky feel certain that lie has an established Mr J M Myers of Myers Bonn 230 connection Some men acknowledge to West Main Street Louisville says ho has thomsclveB that there aro such things as express- Â¬ bad debts dull seasons and losses of all no reason to change the opinion to be faced but even these men do ed about Electropoiso three years ago sorts not realize the lime that must elapse be It cured him of rboumatlsm Ono nights use of tho Electropoiso fore a business advertises itself ns ono may say or brings in money solely by gave ma relief from brain congestion and vertigo I havo been a well man ever reason of its being well conducted Rey Geo II Means Coving Through not considering how long it since takes to make a business many g t dis- Â¬ ton Ky couraged and sell out at a loss or fail wholly which if they had been satisfied feaTElcctropoiso put out on trial for with the day of small things they might havo lived to seo them grow larger The four months for 10 Send for particulars PELLVILLE hare and tortoise of Aesops fable today WEBB DUBOIS exists iu trade and the business hare is 500 Fourth Avenue Loulavllle Ky Mr James Daniel of Indiana is visit- Â¬ just as confident of Ills ability to make a trade in a day as his congener was of ing his sister Mrs Minor Haynes outstripping the hard shelled conserva- Â¬ JAMES B PACE Mrs Rachel Lyons was buried Thurs- Â¬ tive who went Blower but got thero first day at her old homestead near here in tho seqnal for it is not so much bril Stemmer and buyer of Mr Foree Crndlp of Hardin county liancy that is wanted as sturdy sticking spent tho holidays here among friends to trade through thick and thin It mat Rev J N Jarnlgan was called as pas- Â¬ ters not what calling or what line oual tor of the Baptist church here Saturday itiesmust be manifested and ordinary AND Several people of this place went to men take up in any of them certain bus Rosevillo Wednesday to attend the inera faculty will succeed with persever ance whero tho erratic cant walt man funeral of Rev Calvin Voyles Mies Borniss Ilughart miesea every time Exchange Mr Waller and and Miss Flora Haynes visited friends Pierces Factory Cloverport Ky Some folks will think that Dr Bells at Pellvillu Saturday and Sunday Pine Tar Honey Is no belter than tho The young people here havo organized common cough remedies until they try JNO P BEVERLY Manager a Literary society which meets every It Then they will know for themselves Friday night Tho program consists of that its tho best on earth For sale by MNS recitations spelling matches debating Short Haynrs Cloverport Dr R and music We liko to Bee such work as II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer this going on Co Bums Gt 0 Heyser Constantino Pellvllle Lodge No 007 F A M A Talor Rosetta Drury Bennett BUCK EYE met in the hall D comber 27th and Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irv- Â¬ A T Skin Â¬ ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield elected officers ns follows ner W M HJ Haynes Senior Warden Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky O D Bruner Junior Warden A J CURES NOTHING BUT PILES RHODELIA 8klnner Secretary W G Early Treas A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Pellville can boast of as good a school Paities and socials aro all the go known for IB years as the as any other small town in tho country Mr Sam Hardest1 of Brandenburg Q EST REMEDY fcr PILES Mr J O Wheeler the teacher lias tho spent last week in our midst VaIHTS SOIB HT AII school thoroughly graded and every Â¬ Mr Roland Burr has lately returned rliailMHM XB9 9tfWtLWlM thing works harmoniously Mr Wheeler from a flying visit to Owensboro knows his business and it was a incky Mr Gaje OBrjan was made the hap Â¬ day for Pellville when lie accepted ho py n cipient of a fine boy the 27th position as teacher Hugh Hardesty has been visiting in PENNYROYAL WAFERS Buwtly tnHoli far UdU T 15 precincts In Trigg county the Payneaville neighborhood for sever- Â¬ Of tho to mtortf u4 ncviUU h mim MbM or b which voted on the question of prohibit al days UMtl TOT r J MOU 4BTI The Misses Cunningham ofMooley Omuoi vUlt ion 14 wont dry Cerulean Springs alone our ftt MMfcir ville aro visiting the Isms O Bryan of remained wet AtoM Mt nWtyUt after his flying visit to Louisville which ho reports as being simply grand Miss Mary Manning who is attending Bchool at Bethlehem Acadomny spent greatest gut neaun the holidays at home While thero she I Iljnuarefeellnp was given a grand party which proved v f artr tal BWm outv kun to be quiet a success laud generally ex lhausted neivous Miss Flag Burch of Nelson county w g nana can i worK has been visiting relatives in this vicin- Â¬ itrtn ni nnriflv J lug the most rtrliaity for tho past month and wo aro very I lie strengthening sorry to say she is thinking of returning Itiedlcinewhlchls fl Brown s iron Bit- homo soon Miss Flag has won many Iters A lew Dot- Dl rurehtipfit warm friends during her visit Fffnn frrtm thj Ivrv first fliisei Mr Pat Willett of Daviess county has I tvon I slain your Utth and Ita been visiting his many friends in our pleasant to take neighborhood for tho past two weeks and it very near breaks our hearts to tldnk of liis returning home but it seems Dyspepsia Kidney rind Liver as if he hates to go as he has mado sev- Â¬ neuralgia irouoies eral attempts to leave and always came fincf Infltlnn Rnrf ntAAf MWWM back Wo are in hopes ho will decline wwMvaf Nervous ailments 4 Malaria tho idea oi leaving at all Womens complaints Mr Joo Burch wifo and Bister-in-laGet only the genuine It has crossed red 1In n llli rrappe Miss Belle Stiff of Bowling Green are All others are mb- IIIIIVII stllutes On recetiv of two c stamps we f visiting friends and relatives near here will send set of Ten Beautiful Worldri Falr Views and book free There was a party given at Mr John BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD Stiffs last Monday night and one at Mr Will Burchs Wednesday night both given in honor of Mr Burch and wife They were largely attended and Overy I ono present report a splendid time GUARANTEED One of tho grandest parties of tho sea- Â¬ POSITIONS can son w as that given by Miss Maggie Hard- Â¬ under reasonable conditions for Do not say It paeÂ¬ free 1 20 not be done until you send DRAUGHTONS PRACTICAL esty in honor of her many friends cataloguo COLLEGE and bchool of Snoit Those present woro Misses Cora Basham BUSINESS hand Typewriting and 1 elegraphy XASHVILIKTENN Concordia Flaglo Burch Now Haven 4 WEEKS by Draughtons method of traili Messrs Put Willett Daviess county Ing book keeping Is iqual to 12 WEEKS by old method Newsom Gardner of Union Star Earl It expt ids more money in the Interest of its Employment Department than thr business and Oral Basham Slilloh Emmett college in the south take Inhalf tut ion It is as strongl Hankers Merchants and ndorserl Roland and Charlie Elder of Mooley practical book keeper all over the United States ville and a great many others of our Bur Reasonable rates of tuition Cheap board 6oo students past year rounding neighborhood Our hearts Open to bothj6 sexes and Territories It has representing btates were mado happy by the delightful 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