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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j nw TW jy7fTft Sl VOL XIX S7 Tprv 1R TOi 7 WTVrW v t T rr7p THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY A JANUARY 23 1895 NO 27 CC J CHICKAMAUGA H A puro gold would not be dimished7 If ho does so cotitinuoto maintain it will bo painfully apparent that his intrinsic val- Â¬ uo delusion is hopelessly incurable Again let me put it this way about 11000000 worth of gold is used in the United States every year in arts This sum represents tho total demand fur gold in tho Uunlted States tho monc y uso belngtaken nway from gold bullion by repealing tho law for the freo coin go of gold Now doublo tho supply and tho price of gold sinks from 20 08 per ounce to 10 31 cents per ounce Again double tho supply tho demand remalnlr the same and tho prico of your gold his fal Â¬ len ono half If you continuo thin pro- Â¬ cess of doubling tho supply and kteplng tho demand stationary you will see tho price of gold going down in a geometri- Â¬ cal ratio till it reaches almost zero Tho Professor 6a3a I tako it that J II A concedes that inconvertible paper money will dccllno in value when there is an over issue I assert with tho economists that as tho number of dollars in circulation increases tho purchasing powtrof tho dollar decreases This is an axiom in political economy I con cedo it of course The Professor need not take up tirao and spaco to demon- Â¬ strate this truism Put the Professor and hence Jiot good monoy adds meaning that a money depreciating in value is not good money This latter part of ids proposition I do not concede at all and I invite him to the proof of it That is tho very pith of my contention that the volume of money in circ- Â¬ ulationthe number ol dollars should be largely increased and tho purchasing power of the dollar diminished I want to see the power of the dollar over tho laborer tho debtor the farmer tho busi Â¬ ness man diminished I desiro to see the farmers wheat corn cotton tobacco and live stock command a higher price which is tho same thing exactly as a shrinkage in tho purchasing power of tho I want to see tho workeis dollar wages go up which means that a dollar shall not continue to buy so much of tho laborers musclo sweat and blood here- Â¬ after as it has dono heretofore and is doing now When wo have a suflfcient volumo of money in circulation I want to sco the purchasing and debt paying power of the dollar kept uniform and stealy This under the single gold standard is utterly impossible as I shall show in afuturo article Tho Professor says that if the quanti ty of paper money bo unlimited It will dccllno in valuo This is not to tho point at all and besides it is very feeble coming as it does from tho pen of r pro- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STIRRING STORY OF LOVE AND ADVENTURE Says the Old Superstitious Idoa of Intrinsic Value Has Long Slnco Boon Discarded That Ho Is Surprised that a Man of Prof Shacklotts Intelligence I Should Still Hold on to It Gold Is Given Its Valuo By the Na- Â¬ Â¬ tions of tho World in the Demand For It For Legal Tender Money If Tho Same Nations Wero to Its Value As Monpy Do monotizo Gold It Would Looso The Thing to Do Is to Increase Tho Number of Dollars in Circula- Â¬ tion and Decrease Their Purchasing Power With a Sufficiont Volume In of Money Circulation Tho Purchasing Power of the Dollar ill Be Kept Uniform and Steady This Can Never Be Done Under the Single Gold Standard More Light on the Money Question Editor News In tbia enlightened the closing years ol the nineteenth century it is refreshing to find especialage in Â¬ rt v - I V ly among professors such staunch advo- Â¬ cates of that old and exploded theory of intrinsic value in money as Professor Shacklctt of Ilardinshurg It is surpris- Â¬ ing what a strong hold old superstitions have on the minds of their victims All writers of note on political economy lmvo long since discarded the theory of intrinsic value in money all except Prof Slmcklett He still holds to that dfelusion Look here It takes 2322 grains of puro gold to mako n dollar If this statement of the Professor be true that which does not contain 23 22 grains of puro gold is not a dollar But tho standard silver dollar containing 412 grains of standard silver is a dollar poss essing the full legal tender debt paying His statement that 2322 function grains of puro gold is worth 100 cents with or without the government stamp though immaterial is incorrect Tho Professor says the value of a gold dollar cannot decline below the value of 2322 grains of pure gold for if it does then men holding dollars will trade them as Bullion rather than as currency That is to say as he tells us in a former nrt cle if the gold dollar Bhould decline to 08 cents or 09 cents men would trade them as bullion rather than as currency Decline to OS cents or 09 cents measured in whatt Eovry one of these dollar pieces is a legal tender at its faco valuo for 100 cents and how could it possibly fall below its faco valuo measured in itself Tho Professor is a sticklor for tho single gold standard IIo believes gold to bo the only sound tho only honest money tho best money the money of highest pur-Â¬ chasing power What then wjll tho Professor measure his gold dollars in that have fallen to OS conts or 00 cents to the dollar Tho absurdity of the statement is plainly apparent Does not Professor Slmcklett know that tho greater part of the valuo of gold bullion is given it by the great demand for itfor money purpopes under the laws V many nations for tho free coinage of jBld into full legal tender monoy Poes ho not know that were tho nations of tho world that now coin gold freely into Jull legal tender tnonoy to demonetize it the valuo of gold bullion would sink to aifinfinitestiinal quantity Does ho not know hat with gold demonetized by the nations pi tho world the coined metal as well as tho bullion that gold would not bo as valuable us brass zinc or nick- Â¬ el Does ho not know that tho demand f jr gold in tho arts rema nlng the saina tho supply by such universal demoneti Â¬ zation being increased nearly a thousand fold that gold would become a compara- Â¬ flt only to plug tively worthless motal decayed teath and oruamont fools Professor Shacklctt believes in the law of supply and demand regulating prices tho inexorable law of supply and de Â¬ an he terms it It is conceded mand that wero gold coined and uncoined de Â¬ monetized in the Uunlted State the de ma ml for its uwa in the arts remaining the mine there would be h sufficient With Mipply for sixty Jer8 to come tttU vwt supply practically unlimited supply 6f Rold and this vry United de Â¬ mand for ita uh in the arU will the Professor still stubbornly maintain Jthat the purchasing power of 2342 grains of Â¬ fessor Tho Peoplos party does not nor do I declare for an unlimited issuo of paper money Its absurd no rational eing favors it However an unlimited issuo of gold dollars if gold bullion ixist ed in unlimited quantities would possess no more valuo than the unlimited issues of paper money I hnvo stated that money need not and does not possess intrinsic or commercial value that it is solely a cheation f the law that government can plac i its ST a sir on IArKRConferring thereon 11 tho functions of money under the aut iority of tho great law of legal tendei To prove my position I quoted Judgi Tiffany an eminent constitutional lawyer but Piofessor Shacklett dismissei him with the cool remark that Judgo Tif- Â¬ fany is no better authority than JVIA I also quoted tho decisions of the Sup remo Court of the United States and of one or two State Supreme courts but Prof Shacklett ignores them I will now givo one other authority to refute the as- Â¬ sertion that money must have intrinsic valuo When the Jews came to Christ seeking to entrap him and presenting a is it lawful to pay tribute to coin asked Ceosar or no He only answered whoso image and inscription hath it Ho did not ask Itn weight and fineness Ho did not beliovu in tho intrinsic valuo superstition Ilut tho Professor will re ject this now authority with tho usual remark that these wero only tho baro words of Jesus without any proof to sub Â¬ stantiate His assertion It would bo right interesting to know what Prof Shacklett rcganhfas authority IIo un Â¬ hesitatingly rejects the testimony of Judge Titlany of Honri Cormuschi of the Constitution of the United States as expounded by the highest court in the land Does not tho Professor know that if our government were to issuo 100000 000 if absolute national legal tender dol- Â¬ lars stamped on paper making them re- Â¬ ceivable for all public dues and demands of every kind thoy would be absolutely equal dollar for dollar with an equal number of legal tender dollars stamped upon gold ono dollar for every 258 grains of standard gold nine tenths Qno Docs ho not know that ono of theso Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IT PREVENTS C THE ENTRANCE of uUeaso puro blood wul fuv active liver Iidw explained I The cli dilation of tho blood is tho great highway over which tho germs of disease travel tho live la the through quarantine whose gate an dread dUcafco may or may not past as tha liver chootca Are you watchful I I your blood In order MMtn i mxil illscasaf If not you will And in Dr Pierooii Goliloii Medical Dfaeovi ry the luiln you need It come to your OMbtt amco when you have such warnings of im Â¬ pure blood and Inactive liver as pmipJ boUa or carbuncles or a feoUng of la altude When your weakness and dwipondency ta from any cause reduced below ke the a beaMhy standard1 youvo only to tt organs Discovery which will set all the up bo a neh into vigorous action awl build and strength Avoid nauseous prepuatioM Thoy add fat Lut not of Cod Llvar Oil ItmMtNMMHsf jM W BMMUwY ut 8k paper dollars wuld perform perfectly doubled our voting strength in two years Wo will enter tho next campaign ovviy function of money that could bo GRAY performed by tho gold dollar If ho with fresh zeal Our leading issues will does not know it there aro hundreds of be freo silver government ownership readers of the News who do know it and and reciprocity Now ho comes In tho who are not Profetsors cither Wo Ono a Rod Hot Populist tho Other next Issuo of your paper and says aro confronted with paternalism in its I want to note ono moro point beforo a Rod Hot Domocrat mostdangerousform Ho says the policy dosing thisoitlclo of the Republican party has plunged our Tho Professor argues that becauso I country into distress So it has I agree contend that monoy is a creation of tho law and sinco tho old continental Ecript Tho Populist Has tho Floor and with him on that proposition But now havo not the Democrats run the govern- Â¬ and confederate bills were created by Doclaros His Party Is Not ment very satisfactory to the Republi Â¬ FORTY niLLION CAKE3 TCAuLT law thoy aro according to my logic cans Has not John Sherman and tho p cctt r camco oi r- money Not so Put in tho syllogistic Dead leading Republicans indorsed tho action form this argument would stand of the administration Say W Heath Money is a creation of tho law Tho Gray I has not John Sherman defended J C BOURNE DANIEL BROOKS J M HARPER confederate bills wero created by law tho policy of Carllslo all tho time But BUT STILL IN THE FIGHT therefore the confederate bills wero What about that word paternalism money This is n fallacious absurdity paternalism It Is not paternalism for Hero is an exact parallel Prof Shack- Â¬ CO BOURNE BROOKS the whiskey trusts to havo their bonds lett was created by God A monkey was Will Entor tho Noxt Campaign extended every lime they fall duo It Â¬ created by God therefore Prof Shack is not paternalism for the sugar trust and IrVith Frosh Zeal Advolett is a monkey Lois not use any falrailroad monopolies and corporations to laciesJ II A cating be allowed to Jcpp lobbyist and repre Â¬ sentatives in tho halls of Congress to in- Â¬ Poor Digestion fluence its actions no no that is DemoLeads to nervousness fretfulness peev Â¬ Froo Silver Govornmont Owner- Â¬ cracy It is not paternalism for this CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP ish ness chronic Dyspepsia and great government to build tho Pacilic railroad ship of Railroads and misery Hoods Sarsaparllla is tho rem- Â¬ and then give the corporation everything LOUISVILl F KY edy It tones tho stomach creates an it asks for extend tho payment of its BOURBON STOCK YARDS Reclproslty appetite and gives a relish to food It bonds when ever they ask for it It is makes puro blood and gives healthy not paternalism for Cleveland and Caraction to all tho organs of tho body lisle to conimend to Congress a currency Tako Hoods for Hoods Sarsaparilla Say W Heath Gray Have Not the measure at the r qjicM of a lew BaltiRATES The most centrally located ZVBl ZV PW DAY Hotel In tho ct cures more bankers Oh no no that is not Democrats Bun the Government paternalism thats Democracy Hoods 1ius cure all liver ills biliousVery Satisfactory to tho W Heath Grfiy yoii say Unv tax s is ness jaundic indigrstiou sick head Â¬ tho proudest purjiote of Di niocincytlien Republicans 1 ache 25c what about the one hundred million is You say uc can gi t homo rule in fcue the DeiiKi ratlu party then what about A PROPHECY WHAT ABOUT IT tho two old parties waiting for Knglitud Say what about it to say f ee coinage -- MlKiUil You say you are for sound money What Bomi8 Says Hard Times Are GoBnANDBNnuno Ky Jan Dear about our banking system You say we J JOHNSON Ky Joui MANAGER Editor I ask a small space in tho col- arc for paternalism of the worst kind ing to Last All This umns of your paper to reply to some of Prove it You give name and number Year the arguments made by W Heath Gray of some Populist bills Among these is a who has submitted some thoughts con- Â¬ bill for rain experience You say whorp pq p i cerning silver etc in recent issues ever advocates such laws is either a LISTEN TO HIS TALE OF WOE of your paper knave or a damnable fool Now then IIo has submitted somo thoughts that W Heath Gray you recollect tho bill Nkw Yohk Jan 15 For a number of I wish to notice and in doing so I will passed during Clevelands administration or the city reader or the counry home LVl years II J Demis has issued prophecies not say ono unkind or unplearnnt word mado an appropriation for tho experiTUB X V YORK TIMES ii an uncommon as to tho course of certain markets dur- Â¬ concerning him or his policy I propose ence You say whoever advocates such I Interesting nenspapor Its sixteen pages ing the ensuing year His prophecies to discuss it from a purely business stand- Â¬ laws arc kuaves or damnable fools Now are brimful of news It li handsomely pint have been right in so many cases as to point and I want him to answer me was not tho peoplo fools for electing a ed accurate clean fresh and vigorous have created curiosity His forecasts for After taking up almost half a column as Congress to pass tho law Wero not the Ilvory Intelligent reader will priio Its special for voting for a president departments comprising literature and book tho coming year are that there will bo a burlesque on Jim Arnold he says peoplo fools IIo starts that signed the bill So according to news social progress religion art science continued depression embarrassed bank- Â¬ lots get down to business fashion the womans paper and amateur ers unemployed labor and ruined farm- Â¬ off by saying that tho Populists or Jim your own verdict tho majority of the Arnold at least holds the Democratic American peoplo aro damnable fools sports ers Now W Heath Gray I want to havo a To sell GOODS cheap Â¬ Tho uncounted Financial Page of TIIK Tor 1S93 there are no signs for any bet- Â¬ party alono responsible for the hard NKW YOUK TIMES If a capital manual for times It is not claimed by tho Populists discussion with you through the columns er than ever before ter times We may look in vain for any Investors for bankers and the officers of Sav Â¬ Wo havo just finished permanent improvement in general bus Â¬ that tho Democratic party alono is re Â¬ of this paper ings Danks Trust and Insuranco Companies sponsible for tho condition pf affairs taken inventory llnd I will support the Omaha platform I iness Wheat at 51 cents a bushel at Hallway Earnings Stock and Bond Quotations we have sold more But wo do claim that tho policies which want you to oppose It 1 dont like to that Chicago cotton 6J cents a pound at Cin- Â¬ Interest nnd Dividend Notices tho Organisa Â¬ iiave brought about this deplorable con- Â¬ talk tariff tariff all tho timo Wo PopuKoods in 91 thuu ever cinnati and pig iron at 10 cents a ton at tion of Now Companies and ALL Financial before mado less money Pittsburg denote impoverishment for dition originated in tho Republican party lists say tho tariff should have a rest News reports aro promptly and accurately Wo are determined to farmers cotton planters and furnacemen and are being perpetuated by the Demo- Â¬ Wo say finance is tho paramount issue printed Its Commercial Reports Including He now takes up the The fi st plank of our platfoim says beat the annual sales in wool cotton breadstuff milk butter eggs Tho increase of 100000000 in tho bond- Â¬ cratic part Wo demand a national curiency issued 03 regardless to profit and farm produce recently much enlarged ed dobt of tho Government does not Sherman law and says it required the purchase of 54000000 ounces of silver to by tho general government only no Making a beginning we aro of uncqualcd fullness and value signify that tho people are contented This is exactly bo stored away In tho government vaults banking corporations aro having n Clcnrncc Tte Times will do Its full share of earnest keeping out of debt and making monoy Sale selling some goods work for sound financial legislation to repel I am quo- Â¬ the doctrine of Jeffersou ami Jackson Ever sinco 1803 values have been as so much merchandise Â¬ tho assaults of private greed upon the law Â¬ positively below cost shrinking in consequence of the estab- Â¬ ting from memory but think I havo in Our platform is tho only ono that em making power to establish Democratic prin Â¬ substance what ho says Now the silver braces tho policies of the old fathers of lishment of tho single gold standard and ciples of equality In taxation and economy In Men and parties die prin- Â¬ thus purchased and heaped up In tho Democracy we cannot fathom the debt to which expenditure nnd to retrieve the defeat brought Tho principles of vaults was not lying idU because notes ciples live forever prices may fall Thero is no evidence upon tho Democratic Party by errors and be For every bar Jefferson Democracy aro living to day de- Â¬ wero issued in its place that we aro at the lowest point of trayals of silver that is in the treasury notes only in and through tho efforts of the pression Thero is no property except have been issued representing every dol- Â¬ Populist party Jefferson says banking THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES gold which is not depreciating aro moro dangerous to the Tho subscription price of THE NKW YOUK An averago crop of grain in this coun- Â¬ lars worth of It But I want you to un- Â¬ corporations standing armies republic than WEEKLY TIMES is ONE DOLLAHayear try this year with fair crops abroad will derstand that I dont opposo such a law I will not take up tho spaco now to The Sherman law was a cowardly show Jefferson and Jacksons financial THE WEEKLY TIMES is a capital news Is a good beginning for send the prico of grain after harvest at paper It contains all the current news con Â¬ All tho Now Year Chicago to 40 cents a bushel Prices for makeshift but at the same timo I say policy but I will in my next if W issuo with me densed from the dispatches and reports of the Heath Gray goods actually below cotton corn caltlo and horses will bo on it was better than no sliver law at all The Populist will tako policy is in ac financial dally edition besides literary matter discus Â¬ valuo Tho public is tho down grade during the present year The point W Heath Gray is driving at cordenco with tho policy of Jefferson nnd sions upon agricultural topics by practical I think is this That tho redemption of Jackson as crow dim in for them Common sheep after their wool is taken farmers full and accurate market reports of Brandenburg dont tell mo I am wrong they know a good thing off next year will soil for 2 cents This the treasury notes in gold was depleting prices for farm roduce lire stock Ac and tho treasury of gold But slnco the law You aro not infallible Ah laleej and seo it dont when they year will not be tho proper time to mako a carefully prepared weekly wool market perfidious Democracy you havo sown delay como early your investments lu property or to engage ex- Â¬ has been repealed the gold rcsorve con- Â¬ tho breeze now reap tho tempest tinues to flow out and bonds have been will open when you eyes Respectfully tensively in business investments SUUSCHIBTION UATES issued to build it up Now will ho tell Doc Ghay seo such good values at i Yr6M03M01M0 Dally Willi Sunday fio oo oo ls50 go ridiculous low prices Many stubborn and aggravating cases us next what is taking tho gold out slnco oa 7 Dally without Sunday 800 400 The way to euro a cough is to stop tho buuday edition inly We wish to thank our 2 on 100 of rhoumatism that wore bolioved to bo that law has been repealed In order to 50 Any one day except biiiula 40 150 75 bo understood I will say again that al- Â¬ coughing Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey friends for patt many incurablu and accepted as llfo legacies WccKly edition 100 50 30 cuts looso tho mucous heals tho lungs favors wish them alia lostago prepaid to all points In the United havo yielded to Chamberlains Pain though I did not approve tho Sherman tubes quickly Cures grip States Canada and Mexico except In New happy and prosperous Balm much to tho surprise and gratifica- Â¬ act still It was better than no silver law and bronchial cough in ono night For salo by Short York City whera tho postage Is 1 cent per Now Year which they tion of tho sufferers Ono application Again ho says that the sugar trust was HaynesClovorport Dr R HJlcMjil copy per day payable by tbe subscriber will find If they do their will relievo tho pain and suffering and an outgrowth of tho McKinley law it McDanlols M Meyer it Co Burns The Times will bo sent to any address In its coutinued uso insures an effectual Yes the Republican party built the lin trading with tho Europe postage Included fur 150 per month sugar trust and thon the sugar trust Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor euro For sale by A It Fisher Clover Great Bargain Store Co Bowioy Tho address of subicrlbcrs will be changed Drury Bennett port Ky and Kincheloo it Board Ilar Â¬ built the Democratic party This sugar Rosetta as often as desired In ordering a change of trust is a dangerous institution It has vllle Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKy GEO dinshurg Ky address both tha old and the new address interfered with tho doings of our Con- Â¬ Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R YEAKEL MIST boghen gress influenced tho committees and Morris Uig Spring Ky DUST ON THE SNOW Cash In advance always Itaiulttances at even reduced virtuous old Senators It CO the risk of the subscriber unless made by Of Interest to Sheriff lmANDENBUKU KY Theories Advanced as to the Prob Â¬ did not step on tho grass nolther was it Registered Letter Check Money Order or Sheriffs will bo interested in tho sent to jail but it got in tho work just Express order payable to The New York able Cause of the Phenomenon answer that has been given to tho query tho same Times Publishing Co Harlln county Sheriff as to fees of A gentloman well posted on such mat Â¬ He claims too that tho 10 per cont forthe waiting on courts It is held that V ters in speaking of tho recent strange advalorcm tax is a good thing Now lots tho Sheriffs fco of not exceeding 2 n MOST IN QUANTITY Addiess all communications thus t OEST IN QUAUl THE NKW YOUK TIMES phenomenon of tho dust on tho snow ad- Â¬ look at it We only produco about one day for waiting on county courts is also applicable to quarterly couits tho fees Printing House Square vances the theory that at times tho eighth of tho sugar wo consume One bo paid out of tho in both instances New York City NY atinosphero is filled and pormeated with eighth of tho sugar used hero wo pro- Â¬ couuty levy All to which Is made plain of flying particles of dust caught up and duco The remaining seven eighths be- Â¬ by section 1720 of the Revised Statutes curried from various quarters of tho ing shipped in from abroad Now under Frankfort Capital globe this dust gives tho atinosphero tho McKinley law we paid a bounty on WHITES CREAM that peculiar hazy appearanco so often tho one eighth produced at homo Un- Â¬ observed when thero is uo apparent der tho new tariff law we pay a tariff on Tho first of American News- Â¬ causo for tho sun not shining clearly tho seven eighths shipped from abroad FOR 20 YEARS though tho sky is free from clouds Tho Now is it not better to pay a bounty on Mao lod all WORM Romodlos papers OHARLES A DANA I EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 dust so long as there is no precipitation ono elghth than to pay a tariff on seven Editor HOLU II V AM imvaaisTH manifests itself in no visible way other eighths But his point hero is that tho rrrt4 bf RT tods MCHIHDIO HHilllH 10 than this but in case of rain or snow 40 per cent advalorem is a revenue tax The American Constitution large quantities of It are brought to tho So it is but lets sco now about a bounty NEATS thoAmerioan Idea the Ameri Â¬ earth and only in case of one snow suc- Â¬ If we pay a bounty to our home pro- Â¬ ceeding another as was the case recent- Â¬ ducers then our people are taxed to pay can Spiiit These first last ly would tho dust be plainly seen trlbuto to tho sugar growers of the south and all the timo forever Another party told of having seen in Now then just apply a rigid income tax USBT BLOOD PURINES Daily by mall -- - 6a tho mountains of West Virginia the to the sugar planters and wo would catch IN THIt WORID snow covered with a red or purple col Daily Sunday by a the revenue from that source If not -CAN I OBTAIN A IATKNTI orod duet and this it is supposed was please show why The objection I luve a yr for to The Weekly Compounded of natures great Sroinpt nmwor ami an nonctt opinion wrlto caught up in a sandy country where to the 40 per cent is this you know it CO who 1iyb had neulr Buy yeir est curative herbs Successful for tiixrltmoalotlja itnt buslnou CommunlcA some mineral or other substance colored England France andGermauy have been Uom ttrlctlr conndentll A llunilbookof In Â¬ 90 years in tha euro of all diseases formation coneornlnti 1nteuia and bow to ob- tho soil tain ttiom sent freo Alto a catalogue Of BWcbaa the chief markets for our pork beef etc Ask arising from tmpuro blood leal and aclenttao booka Mat f re Accepting both these statements an Â¬ But you see the moment we put a tariff Iatanti taken thrown Wuun A Co moire for Ncats and tako no other Seclal notice In the HclentUa American and other gentleman of scientific turn claim Â¬ on sugar these countries retaliated by brought widely before tfee publlowlth pet eoat to tbe InTentor Tbla aejendld paper la tho greatest Sunday Newspapor in the ed that the duet was volcanic and might putting a restriction oa our meats laeeed weealr elegantly lllaatraled baa br w tho bra et circulation of anr tclentiae work la the world We Popullete are not discouraged over have been in the atmosphere for months world 83 a rear Simple oopleaeentnaj Meats KanapAtlllA la for sale by Bunding Htfmou momuir Buearear RNH Reports show that the phenomenon was the results of the late election We have eeota iwtei rerr number eoMelae Uu Price 5c a copy By mall 2 a year A R FISHER Drunflit In eolon ana MtotatireiMie of now lirut ptM observed in various parte of the country plana enabling bulliWe to eaow tt Dr Prkes Cream Powder AtMreakTIIt NUN New York CUvtrptrt Ky houeee with Onensboro Messenger WttUl Pftlr Hlnhaat MaJaI amJ GRAY vs IJORY gi - IT FLpAT6 - PI uOAPi t - HARPER Â¬ Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DISIPL Â¬ 53 syille Â¬ lour Â¬ Resolution For 1895 I NEW YORK TIMES Â¬ Our Big Remnant Sale Â¬ 8 Â¬ 1 BEATS VERMIFUGE BEATS Tfl Rteli SARSAPARILLA yr mall8 yr 1 The Sunday Sun Bktc ii ipjpwprsf WiWTFo yi yJ V rfSTfc rA THE BRROKHNRIDGR MWS OLOVMPOM K Tfr - mn ri -- T -- - j fc lV manageable and hadnt power enough to STEPHENSPORT drive past the rock nor to back away Frank Ferry Is thinking of locating at After seeing that ihey were bound to Jno D T 0 BiUige Editors tad Prootlstri hlriko tho rock ho ordered line out the Henderson Ky Remember that goods are nlwaya first broke the second root wadded tho WEDNESDAY JANUARY 21 1893 The Story of tho Sinking of tho tree When lh Inst line broke ho bow chrnp In 8tpphpnnport of the boat swung out In tho river and MlmMyra Hanks entertained a few State of Missouri Overdrawn she went to the bottom hi about sixty young folks last Monday evening rumaln about two months Babicrlptlon Price 1100 a Tear In Adreace If Paid at tht End oftbit Year 8123 five feet if water Then the cabin broke Carlt Richardson of Union Star was loose and drifted down stream and then SrATK or Ohio City ok Toledo In town Wednesday looking fat and Yea re all safely i IUtAB Countv Instead of Ono Hundred Livos capsized The passengers wi fine Fiiank J Ciiknfv makes oath tlmt he Oillctra remained lauded in life boats Dick Wmle was in town Wednesday Being Lost as First Reported Is the senior partner of the linn of I J b nrd tho- - hurirnnu roof until all of on the passengers wi ro ttnilcd for shore and with n lino line ef spring styles in ladles HoTirouiiii strawberries arc now selling Chknkv A Co doing business in the In New YoA at twonty llvo cents each City of Tolodo County and State afore- Â¬ the hurricun roof went under then they shoes Estell Wedding camo home Saturday said and that said firm will pay tho sum ONLY FIVE ARE MISSING swam to shore Thero were flvo roust-Â¬ of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Jim Pell Jr was on from tho Medical College to remain a daughter of abouts lest Miss Mary tho watch at the time the accident occurred few days Stephenson died at Ashvillc N C and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the uso of Halls Oatarhii A 1IRIDE 0 ROOM ft ST0IIY The boys have been bttsy nt this point The news of tho sinking of the State last week age 22 FRANK J CHENEY Cuius Mr John S Shannon and brido got off catching logs and drifts nnd liavo caught of Missouri last Saturday night near Sworn to before mo and suscribed in Hardins Landing thirty miles above the Kansas hero eutouto to their homo somo nico logs Gov Brown has appointed D B BinOth day of December this city on the Kentucky shore fllcd in Alexandria Ind Mr Shannon is May- Â¬ go of Hartford Ky a member of the my presence this Mrs M Blaine reached St AugtiBtlnp A D 1880 this town with wild excitement and all or of that city and was on his bridal tour Fla Wednesday nnd expects to spend State Board of Equalization sorts of rumors as to tho loss of life and to New Orleans Ho was married only several days there A W GLEASON SEAL Notary Public hair breadth escapes of tho unfortunate last Wednesday camo to Louisville last TimtK will be opposition in tho Senate Uncle Blvin Tuckers is the only place to the confirmation of Mr Joplin the Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally passengers The first repot ts gave it that Saturday and embarked for Now Orleans in town to get fresh oysters So remem- Â¬ Mr Shannon says he and his wifo newly appointed postmnster at Elizabeth and acts directly on tho blood and mu- Â¬ there were 100 II vis lost and only four ber tho place please town Ky The feeling is for Mrs Helm cous surfaces of the system Send for or five were saved to tell Ihe story and were standing on tho guards of the cabin Mr M Blaln is wido awake ou the to those were four women nnd one man our when the boat first struck the rock and who lma held the oflice for a number of testimonials free bacco market and is paying full market years F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O neighboring townsman Cas Whitehead saw eight deck hands jump into tho prices so fetch in your samples boys of Tobinsport Ind rhor to save themsolves At this sight BSTSold by Druggists 76c Did you know that Ed Crawford was There wero all sorts of rumors and ho becamo alarmed and went backjnto Sixes Aunt Susan Anthony got into every man had his story and it was al Â¬ the cabin to pack his trunk and prepare the only Irish Comniedian that trav- Â¬ woman Owensboro with her doctrine on GUSTON Well he Is ways diflcrcnt from the last mans for Ids own and w Hus escape Tho male els over the Texas Road suffrage moves the editor of tho Mes Â¬ The News is glad to state however said to him not to bo in a hurry that he IMT E II Miller was appointed deputy to what may become senger to remark as J Wade representing a St Louis Shoe that the story although bad enough is had plenty of time so he and his wife County Clerk at this point Friday and of tho babies provided tho women all Co was in town Friday m to look after can always ho found at his post of duty not near so bad as first reported went into their turn out to voteii and hustling for office Morris was the guest of Miss Rose Mr C C Whitehead who was a pas- - their trunk When he came out of his Mr J Owen Cunningham moved Mrs Louise Neff Sunday Eengcr on the ill fated steamer gives tho room things wero in n inoro alarming from tills point last Friday and from HARDINSBURG Geo Smith was tho guest of Mrs Mat following account of the accident state Just at tills lime the boat rolled now on can be found at his post of duty tie L Brocar Thursday eve cas whiteheads story to one side as if she was turning over at Hardinsburg LH W TIME TABLE Cas Whitehead was on the ill fated It throwed him and his wife to the other L J T CundifTand wife were guests of W H Sargent Postal Clerk on the O0IICO WIST steamer homeward bound from Cincin- Â¬ sielo He raid at that timo lie thought Fordsyillo branch and F M Lambert R Basket and wife Friday Paitenger Dally arr llardlniburglM3 pm J following story I he was doomed and the re was no chance Express Messenger on tho same wero C E Bryant of Brandenburg was In nati and tells the 001X0 1ST went into the pilot house at Rosewood of escape but at this moment when nil in town Thursday calling on old friends Panenger Dally arr Hardlmburg- - 740 am town Tuesday and had been there all tho evening hope was gone tbo boat fell bock Prof Allen Stith was the guest of Mrs while I was there tho captain of the boat W II Morgan and family returned and they escaped to the guards whore he delightful visit to tho Roland Smith of Stcphensport was Mattio L Brocar Saturday afternoon came up and took hold of the wheel and was pulled to the hurrican roof by some last week from a here last Friday Miss Rena Smith of Stony Point was remarked this boat steers easy jou all of the crew his wife following him The country nnd Hew Eays ho fairly lived Mr James Jerald is out buying tobac the guest of Miss Rose Morris Saturday have nothing to do soon after ho left 1 roof was almost under water and the two on back bones and sausage Mr Chas Mook the popular travel- Â¬ co for J A Witt Miss Suslo Anderson was tho guest of wont down and was followed by old man jumped Into a life boat iu which thero Mr Geo V Jolly Owensboro was in Miss Helen Pollock Saturday afternoon Pell one of tho pilots who left his son were already some fifteen peisons He ing salesman for Carter Dry Goods Co at tho wheel It was now jnst a llttlo thought thcu they were all safo for sure was in town this week for a couple o town last Saturday Gus W Richardson of Louisville Â¬ Sunday with his family near here after sunset and I went up to tho front but just as the cabin of the boat was days and sold several large hills Miss Hattio May came homo last Sat spent Â¬ There aro peoplo in town who say urday from Webster Hugh Hardaway was the guest of part of tho cabin nnd was standing talk- going out of sight they found the ropes ing to Mr Garland of Cave In Reck attached to tho yawl were still tied to tho they had rather hear Clint Lewis laugh J W Beard has been confined to his Misses Bettio Cain and Clara Adkisson when I saw the boat was getting caught boat and was pulling the yawl down than to eat but for my part I prefer tho Sunday bed for tho past week in tho cross current I said to Mr Gar with it There was no other altemitji eat although I like to hear Clint laugh E L Smith of Stony Point was the land we are going to strike that rock RT Mattlngly Cloverporl qualified to take to the water The whole If you want to find everything thats guest of Mrs Mattio L Brocar Friday Mr Garland said what must I do I can but Monday as Notary Public party wero thrown in to the raging cur- Â¬ new good and true you mtibt take the evening Mrs James Beard Jr is resisting her swim but was never on n boat before in rent without a life preserver or anything BiiECKBNRinnB News and you cant pos Â¬ Mrs RBLeGrand and llttlo daughter husbands action for divorce an accident I said grab a plank and if toBave themselves Mr Shannon says sibly make any mistake Now you are Thomas Anderson has qualified as con- Â¬ Pearl were guests of Mrs J R Basket she btrikes jump his first thought was his wife and grab- Â¬ saying something Ed Saturday Wo wero now drifting down closo to bing tier in his arms into the mighty stable in the Bewleyville district They say James II Lay formerly o R J Patteson who has been visiting the rock and the pilot was driving her stream lie h aped He managed to hold our town hut now n resident of Gas Mr Warren May gave a social to a re- Â¬ witli all the steam he could get but it friends at Rowletts and Louisville her with her head above water with ono City has a boy which is only a month number of his young friends last week turned last week was too late tho stern swung in to the hand while with the other he held on old but Jim says lie will bo talking in Mrs Annio Bishop and her daughter Mis Herbert Cain nee Miss Jennie rock crushing in the whole end Mr to a piece of plank which he had grabbed six months the baby we mean returned to their home in Louisville last Garland jumped so did several of the hold of He said hu fuund this was to Cox of tho Bewleyville neighborhood week Chas P Vitltoe ono of our enterpris- Â¬ A rope n made Test to a light to hold him up and as luck seemed deckhands was in town Saturday Mrs Sally Meador has returned homo tree It broke and we drifted out Into the to bo on his side he managed to get hold ing merchants In order to give his cusThere will be services at Patteson after a few days visit to her father in tho Everybody lost their heads of a long board and by the aid of this tomers low prices is now raising warts stream Memorial church Sunday All are cordicountry I never heard any ccmnuind to launch lie and his wifo Moated down tho river on the back of his neck to use for collar ally invited to be present The tavern license of W II Carman tho yawls but I saw n mad rush fcr about a mile where they were picked up buttons Hows this for practical econ- Â¬ Miss Lula Jordan who has been visit Â¬ omy of Irvington was transferred to John W them The mute took oil several of tho boy who was on the wreck ing the family of James Board left Thurs ladies in a yawl One jawl sunk with a by a colored Tho fruit men all say from presi nt in- Â¬ Beauchamp of tho steamer which had also floated day for her home near Webster load of people in it Down on deck tho down tho rivtr Prof J M Dugan of Brandenburg To tho wreck some dications that we havo a fine chance for The members of the Patteson Memor-Â¬ decking hands were hemmed in for as parties camp in skiffs from Alton and a large fruit crop in tho apple and peach arrived last Saturday to assist Prof Shack ial church choir met at Miss Eva Carri soon as the boat hit tlio rock she began landed them safe ashore lett in his school His wife belts and if winter doesnt break too gans Fiiday evening to practice to Ecttlo down at tho stem Fire broke was speechless and shivering with cold soon tho chances aro wo will be in it on The case of Stephens Trustee against Miss Rose Morris and sister Mrs Mat Â¬ out in tiie front part and the yell of tho and it was sometime before she was fruit the coming year L St L A T has been affirmed in tho tio L Brocar were guests of Dr A A drowning and the screams of the stock Scott Cart of Union Star was In town brought to consciousness Court of Appeals being scalded nnd roasted drowned all Baxter and wife Sunday afternoon Mr Shannon says it was tho most Satutday nnd is slowly winding up his Mrs Henderson of Webster was here I thrilling experience lie ever had but ho list of back tax payers and says in a Miss Ellen Mini ford who has been orders If there was ever any given lost week visiting her daughter Mrs somewhat indisposed for several days Is ran to tho roof of tho boat as well as sev- Â¬ never lost his pretence of mind Ho couplo of weeks ho is going after them Anion Kinclicloe eral others and we stood on tho top of said his wife gave up and bid him good right So look out tax payers you had improving wo aro glad to announce Mr James L Skillman has been ap Â¬ thinking tho cabin might float bye once that she went under the sec- Â¬ better get a hustle on you Mrs Geo W Smith and son Eugene the boat pointed a deputy in the Circuit Clerks They wero Some jumped and tried to get to the wil- ond time but he never lost faitli and leTX Walter Moseley is now Special left Tuesday for Cincinnati o I lice witli his father I stayed until the water reached clung to her the closer Agent for tho Washington Building A accompanied as far as Jxtulsville by Geo lows Miss Julia Breeding entertained a my thighs then I grabbed a plank and Mr Shannon thinks thero wero no Loan Association of Providence R I W Smith number of her young friends lost Satur- Â¬ I thought several lives last stall That ho saw a number and his headquarters are New Haven started for shore Miss Bettie Cain left Sunday for Sher- Â¬ day it being her birthday limes I was gone as tho bolls and suction of men In the willows but he thinks Conn Walter is doing well and we will enter the man Texas where she The parties in tho Beard and Beeler North Texas Female College to study of the sinking vessel came near drawing they all got out and will turn up safe trust is on the road to prosperity me under I had hardly got clear of the law suit were taking depositions before He speaks in high praise of the mate vocal music Tho chances aro in tho near future w reck when there was a loud roar and I who he Said by his presence of mind and Commissioner Babbage last week that Stephensport will have a largo To- Â¬ moved his family to saw the cabin all break up When I got T E Cuudiiriias hard wok saved a number of people Tho Second Quarterly meeting of tho bacco stemmery started horo and we tho house vacated by FM Osborne Mrs to the willows I saw several trying to Mr Shannon and wifo took the east hope and ttust that It wont bo long M E Church South will bo held at Belvia Miller now occupies the former work their way through them I had a bound train for home and were about starting for thero aro a good many boys Ephesus next Saturday and Sunday in Â¬ domicil of Mr CundifT hard timo getting through but I finally the happiest couple you ever saw stead of Webster as was announced last who want work and want it badly Our genial hotel proprietor O 0 reached tho shore I then went to Mr week Thero was a danco given nt the resi Â¬ Smith is suffering from a severe cold Hardins houso where I was scon dried GARRETT Mr John Alexander has deeded his dence of the Widow Floods lott Wed His little daughter Nellie who has been out Wo then organized searching par- Â¬ hotel property hero to his daughter Mrs very sick with throat trouble for several ties and had both tides of nesday nlgbt anil a good many ol our the river The measles are still prevailing iu our town boys went out and say they had a Lee Meyer Mr Alexander thinks he dayn is convalescing I do not know neighborhood thoroughly searched will return to his farm near Buras in delightful time They danced until The party at Wm Neafus Tuesday how many lives wire lost but think Dr W E Crutclier of West Point about a month evening was a grand success there be there was a great many When I left on was hero Friday the guest of his mother after 3 oclock in the morning and Old Frank sang Run nigger run and then In tho County Court last Monday an ingabout one hundred fair girls and gal tho City of Owensboro only a few had order was iuado directing a public road lant boys present all of whom entered turned up hut it was lucky a great many and family all left for their respective places of Several of the young peoplo from here to ho opened leading from the Custer into the spirit it the occasion with an were scattered along tho farm houses on abode attended the party at 8 0 Downs Wed and Elizabethtown road over tho High ardor characteristic of the Meade county both sides of the river Skiffs from in sday night and nil report a delightful The river the first part of latt week Plains towards Big Spring Wolf Creek and Alton came to our help time made the residents along Water Street young people Tho total amount expended lost year The City of Owensboro arrived soveial Mr D E Mejer of Chicago speut feel like it would only bo a sboit time by the Board of Trustees in defraying hours afterwards and with her search Saturday night here the guest of Ills sis- Â¬ before they would havo to find higher A Good Word for Joel the expenses of tho town was C5J43 light both banks were carefully searched ter Mrs Dr Viles quarters so as to bo high and dry but Sunnyside Cai Jan 1 Hh 189 This included fees paid to officers Prof Capt Penny did good work nnd did all Pro Courtney of Ekron spent last thanks to an All wise Providence that News I saw an item in Shacklett tho clerk of the board has EniTon ok the he could to help lie had all the rescued Wednesday nght with Mr France Ritch the waters have receded and our town is issue of the News which mado up an itimized statement showing the last weeks deck bauds and others ho could find ie and family tho same hustler it has always been me to make a few remarks con- Â¬ prompts receipts and expenditures placed on tho Tell City and sent them to Josh Montgomery of Cincinnati Catch on Brandenburg Mr cerning your next representative to tho Louisville is visiting friends hore this week County Clerk Owen Cunningham ap-Â¬ Lower House of tho General Assembly The large and elegant Electric Steam Â¬ rAeSEMIOS OFF THE WIICCK of Flaherty Is er Tho State of Missouri Mr Ovid McCracken pointed tho following deputies last week a New Or- Â¬ Of all who might offer their names for Tho State of Kansas landed here yes visiting his aunt Mrs Kate Crdtcher Peter Bennett and Mau Quiggins Hud Â¬ tho place thoie is ono who is pre- Â¬ leans packet while enroute to New Or- Â¬ 0 oclock with tho greater Prof Courtney and Clint Crutclier terday about son j J J Keenan Tar Fork Win Mat leans struck a rock as she was turning eminently fitted for it and that is Joel poition of tho passengers anil officeisof went to Vino Grove last Thursday thews West View It L Oelze Clover II Pilo the bend at Wolf Cieek and knocked Young progressive popular Mr Tom Watts and wife of Muld ill fated etato of Missouri which the port Milton Coke McDanicls E A ho is the very ono to carry his standard sunk at Maidens Rock Saturday about C rough wero visiting friends In this the whole end of her stern out and the Miller Stephensport tifighbncrhood last week report although meagre is some twenty Make to victory in tho next election oclock The rasengors claim that they The following settlements were filed or thirty lives have perished beneath him tho standard bearer and Custer will have never been Interviewed The fol Alfred Miller Executor of Matilda E resume her old placo beside McDanicls E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of tho dark waters of tho Ohio Tho oc- Â¬ lowing Is what they have to fay about A Miller deceased McMcador Ad I know Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino curence happened about 11 oclock Sat- Â¬ at tho head of tho procession James Pell pilot the terrible disaster ministrator of Elisha Meador deceased Tar Honey cured his children of whoop Â¬ urday night Mr Cass Whitehead re- Â¬ almost every roan woman and child in They wira compelled to run J S Cart Administrator of Mary E that section and can tiuthfully say that says ing cough when all things else failed ports to us that it only teemed a few closo to shore and the boat became un Barger Danl Spradllng Guardian for there as elsewhere Its a now remedy for all coughs For minutes until all was over and the wa- Â¬ Win D Spradllng Davis C Johnson None knew hlin but to love lilin sale by Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr ters rushed madly on as if nothing had Nor name him but In praise Guardian for Finis E Johnson God have mercy on the R II McMullin McDaulels M Meyer happened Society like a tree begins dying at the A Co Buras Geo About twenty five or thirty witnesses Heyser Constan Â¬ familjes of thoso who lost their loved Â¬ that when you buy Scotts Emul- tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett ones in this terrible disaster have been summoned for the Common- Â¬ top and a far reaching reform should be Often during the past gin at home sion you are not getting a secret A Co Bewloyvllle Ky W E Brown wealth in tho case of the Common- Â¬ mixture containing worthless or Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder wealth against Lewis Swlnk for murder year have I been puzzled for au answer harmful drugs Where now is Most Perfect Made is set for the third day of tho when tauntingly asked A It Morris Big Spring Ky The caso Scotts Emulsion cannot be se- Â¬ Ky February term and if a trial is had it tho old time boasted chivalry of Ken- Â¬ cret for an analysts reveals all tucky Like every Kontuckian I am may take up several days of the Court there is in it Consequently the In Memory of Little Hilrey Carlile proud of my heritage and want Breck That was a good piece of work the enridge county to have for its represen- Â¬ endorsement of the medical Death has again entered tho homo of News did for the newly elected county tative one who is world meant tomtthing Mr and Mrs Clodie Carlile and claimed to pure ho need not officials and all of them appreciated It from them their precious jewel llttlo blush to bow at the shrine of a Star Eyed Capt Wm Alii is holding things level Goddess Hilrey ged two weeks and flvo days in the Judges office Ho held his first I parted this life January 5 Iu honoring Joel Henry Pile Brcckrn court last Monday Tho now sherifTa ridge county will honor herself For he Mourning parents Hie dread angel ol death -aro busy every day working up their is bigger than any county or section and has dcccmleit WILL APPEAR IS THIS PAPER And hat borne ho gentle spirit of jour loved business for Circuit Court whatever her action in this lustance the away overcomes Watting promotes All one loft you dear Utile Hilrey Dr J C Bush will remain at the liar timo will como when the county prcud he of and Waslhi col J cold tencmckt of clay the making of Solid dlnsburg hotel until February 1st Per Â¬ as she is will bo proud to claim him as gives Vital Strength It has no sons desiring any work In dentistry will horson mourn npl LiNimv equal as a cure for Coughi Colds Rut hlin away for hlin for the angel baa borne find the doctor at his room all hours in Sore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs In tho day An unusual rush of business Consumption Scrofula Anaemia Emv To hU home the bright realm above ROYAL Baking Powder M think he la beckoning papa and mama elation and has forced him to stay hero aa lata as Highest of all la htvealag Wasting Diseases of Children Tj coma to the baby they love February but lie will probably 1m com Â¬ A iffTH Strength V S Oovernaieiit Report tetUBMNY MBrvMUtl pelled to leavo on that date BRECKENR1DGE NEWS II C Jolly Gentry county Missouri Is visiting relatives and friends here In the county Hols the ncplicw of Mr His moth- Â¬ II C Jolly sr llnrdinsbnrg er was a ltoblnson and formerly lived in tho Union Star district This Is Mr Jollys first visit to Kentucky He will NOT SO BAD r Y KOUR - SIX PAGES A 1 Grocery Department AVns novcr bo complclo aa Â¬ at present a Wo offer this week in Patent Flours from tho great Ballard Mills OBELISK Frorntiio Great Tglelmrt Mills stnt--rco- SWANS DOWN These two flours are unexcelled anel defy competition Â¬ VESTTry these Flours - i f y You will like them W5WaWVVeV A M Â¬ Â¬ CHINTZ EOYALTY s COUNTY SUEYETOE 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 a specialty Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow Â¬ Breckeuriilge county solicited ledgements of deeds at timo of surveying if parties desire it Address at Hardinsburg Ky Slip to Heindou Carter Because they are Co Â¬ Commission Merchants and can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage of the shipper Specialties eggs Head Â¬ butter poultry fruits of all kinds beans potatoes onions hay and grain quarters for furs hides and wool A trial shipment solicited Col Forbes of Fordsville has forgot- Â¬ ten that this town is fully accessible by Henry Dick of Addison was in town railroads Ho came srtaggling in on foot last Thursday Wo wero unable to Thursday learn tho exact time ho made it in He of the Messenger was In John Powell came hero on special legal business Mr town Thursday Forbes is an Interesting talker Born to tho wifo of Eugene Wright a line girl Jan 20th Capt Ed Guedry went to Brandenburg Thursday on business Mr W J Piggott of Irvington was Low in our town Wednesday on business Miss Mamio Daugherty and brother Einmett went to Brandenburg Monday AND J R Dowell came up from Irvington Friday night to attend the literary soci- Â¬ ety OUR MOHO Mr Lon Richardson of Brandenburg We do our best to pie oso our customers was in town Friday night to see his best and we succeed Try us and you will girl liko us Wo willorder any goods in line that Mr D R Shacklett will move to his we havent in stock now home near Ekron tho first of Feb Yours Truly luary C W STONE J D Babbage of the Nbws was in JOLLY KY town Thursday in the interest of his paper II P Jones of Flaherty was appoint Â¬ ed poorbouso keeper for Meado county for the issuelng year HARDINSBURG KY Mr L L Board and wife wero tho guests Sunday of their son and daughter Will practice in all tho Courts In tbi Mr and Mrs SJ Brown County and surrounding District Mr I N Neafus has purchased about ton thousaud pounds of tobacco and has begun prliing and shipping CURED T P Guedry left Wednesday for iuEnwTKUUWn special Evansville Ind and other points in tho Ut after vcarsofatudy baa ao perfected hla ayatern of mall treatment that he can now Bt of the Orleans Molasses Co in ten t2re fce i Lck nd uffeitng permaneut at a Brown and Mies Ilcaula Hend lnlnirlv IA0 TtABia Price that la aitonif i raon wero married at the brides father opportunity and thi dredaof teatlraonlaia are on pie ahowlng hun the Wednesday Rev Judson Willett ofll efficacy of the treatment inting Wo extend to thrm for their AU Chronto Dis Â¬ many friends in and around Ekron con- Â¬ eases Treated gratulations and kind wishes for the catarrh orarNtas BRONCHIAL AND IUNO future TROUBLtaHtARTatOM the largest and most reliable XjOTJISVIXjIjH jcy EKRON - Cheap Cash Store Prices Correct Weight Â¬ Full Measure jfclS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ATTORNEY at LAW R N Miller 1 f r Â¬ BE 53J1SH -- Dont Forget lf dBl Br Â¬ lfwn ia BT9 w i ACM eiVCR AND oiatAaiaiPiLirarfii lOWCl 5cotts Washing Machines The undersigned is owner of the Coun Â¬ ty Right of Breckenridge County Ken lucky for The Womans Righta Wash Â¬ ing Machine They are a perfect wash Â¬ ing machine and the mere trial of one will convlneo any ono of it superiority over anything of the kiud heretofore of Â¬ fered Sold by we undr Letters Patent ttmmmmimmnm CHICKAMAUGA NERVOUS CIHAUaTION RHtV- KIN DiaCASCI MATiaii AND NCUflAlttlA Emulsion Jttn - uuumuHiuuUuiu John WShousc The beat and niott aclent8c treatment for 11 fiiari ttutck ad Mrmaaent cure a EiHraaieed New trMtmcHl or PILIM awl ULCKKS Younger old men auffering from kidney LADDER DLSaa POiaON URINART DISEASf inq wcaknesd on cxHAuaTiN actually re to vigor health arttaMhuM Dr Applemaa has auoeltt4 wwh hlatafaU ataff of expert apacUHatawboMMfullycoa Wee aeh eaae and prepare the Pfoper rem br tdtea Coaptation aad oplatea va mail Tratutiuribelattklwreteo vvxaw a rrulr atr4 Ctovwport Ky By perisUsloa reference U given Ma L E Tbmmb 2 Meilt Mm F Fraur Write ua freely and fully aad eacloae stamp for eymptoat bleak Mo I Catarrh No a for Mea fo3 Per wosaea Mint THE APPLCMAH MEDICINE OO Tl 3 Kl NrMTN J73E4WST - CHICAGO ILL r i nwnum yyfipj 3 THE BRHOKJaNRiDQK lllrils film tlitt Itont Alt Around rriiOtn Tlio question of Inyltijr finalities of lions nml iHillotsiB not yot settled Somo claim that n lieu 2 or 3 years of ago will lny moro eggs nnd butter eggs thmi n iuillot Out n writer in Farm Poultry IMPORTANT FACTS TO NOTE IN fays lio lias tested with enro tho profits of onch nnd IIiiiIh it best to turn off tlio FINISHING A BASQUE old birds when they uro about 18 mouths old nnd have early hatched pullets ready to tnko their places Of courso ho rofcrs to tho farmer nnd not tho Ho Caroful Prosslng of Soams Helps Fays A fancier who wants fancier egg his best ylold to como in March April and lluy to Securo a Porfect Fit How can bo very well content with tow or to Mako Drapod Collaru no rggs during tho period of tho molt nnd sluggish laying during December January and February because tho rest nnd recuperation of that period preparo Lapels and tho Fashionable Gigot tho older birds to compcto closely with tho pullets during tlio months when tho and Puff Sloovo8 eggs nro wnntod for hatching Tho farmer on tho contrnry wants eggs in November December nnd January if ho wants to got tho prices which pay tho Wlicn tlio model lining lintccn basted try It on nnd Icavo tho mums on tlio out cream of tho profit Tho very reason milo With pins tnko In ull tho seams unwhy eggs nro scarco and high in Octotil lliey fit tho flguro pcrfictly anil then ber November nml Deconibcr is becauso Iron tlio renins hit with tho plm still In tho 1 and 2 year olds nro taking n rest which will mark tho scam or uturo uw After this trim off the xtipi rfluous stulT nml molting nnd recovering from tho molt cut it pattern from muslin or paper for fu nnd tho great bulk of tho pullets aro turo usd as It will snvo much ttmo Tho not yet lnying Huro is nn oxnmplo lining should then ho placed on tho inn which wo havo quoted before taken tcrlul tho front coming uven with tho from our ospirlcuco 0110 year that wo two fsclvago edge Tho slilo pieces und kopt 135 hens nnd pullets backs can all ho cut out of 0110 width by n Avcrafo prico Vnluo tittle careful managements there Nun up No of cbks of cfigs Jier dozen nnd down to tho stuff If thcro Is It will December C8 lOM J5143 require more goods Tho lining and out January 10 2008 6170 IS together 2213 side aro now to bo hasted firmly 2700 April each pleco separately after which tho It costs us n bo nt 115 n year to feed whole bodlco may bo bastid ngnlu to tie a fowl which would bo 14 00 a month tried on this ttmo right sldo out nnd nil for 125 nnd wo find that tho Dccombcr Tho scams trimmed luatly If tlio waist fits and It slll If properly hasted It can and January eggs paid n profit of 37 bo eeami d up The scams should bo tnLtm 41 nnd 37 04 respectively whllo April on tho outsldu of tho bastings as thoy aro with a lnrger number of eggs paid but clastic being loobu nnd tliorcforo they 1384 profit Tnko tho oxnmplo of tho stretch Four Thousand Eggs In December Tho Renins should bo pressed apart and which wo publlshod last Fobruary Tho tho boms sowed In Knch hns her own oxact number of eggs laid was 3057 jiNiforonro nbuut thu sowing In of bones which wero sold nt 40 down to 00 cents Thiycnil ho bought now ready prcpnicd and all that is nccissary Is to sow tho a dozen practically 130 Tho food bill nt cents per fowl n month Is 42 cilgrn of tho tapo to tho pressed senilis 75 giving us n not profit of 8725 in n The finishing of tlio waist Is now so wldo ly 1IIIT1 rent In different uiscs that only a month when most of tho 1 and 2 year general hint can boglxun Dasquo waists old hens nro rosting A comparison of lint fluid up and pressed and lmtucr tho egg yield of homo of thoso pons ns liH 01 kind of trlminliig there Is may be Uj given in tho Study of tho Egg yield Kow dresses now ex n forward set shows that 102 pullets Inld 2392 of cept Uillor gowns 11111I thoy not alwnys liivn buMmm They close lnlslbly by tl oso oggs practically 12f eggs npicco hens laid but 350 IkkIh ai 1 ujca Lnpels aro just now fa whllo 72 year-old orllo trimming on waists Thoy nfo eggs a littlo less than five- nggs npioco iicuto trhiiiRlcs lu form lined with stiff I11 other words tho year old hens paid wlgiin and faced with somo kind o silk for their food mid n very small margin Tho outside may bn of Jho dress material of profit whllo tho pullets paid for or of elvet molro or IiJaet any suttablo thoir food nutT a good big profit besides ludterlnl The great object Is to linvo Homo dressmakors wlro tho them stiff Ventilate tlio Hennery Ktlges Kcry scam should bo pressed with Ventilntiou properly nrrnngoil is es a hot Iron except silk nnd vol vet The collar and tho stylo of closing tho sontinl to tho health of tho fowls in frunt differ so great lint no sot rulo can winter nnd it tends to iucreaso their bo gltcn for them nlfj Tho 0110 thing to egg laying Every hennery should havo n ventilator but it should always bo closed tight on tho approach of cold weathor Jinny ventilators do moro harm than good Tho idea is to keep tho NKS QETTINO EVEN OLxOYRRPOHT KY Cecelia Jane Woolfolk Christ shall bo magnified in my body whether by llfo or by death Phil LOJ 1 HOMEMADE HENS OR PULLETS finite SK iflH JRESSES w it mM g Jk iytAMSUEWa Mm Mra M Stonewall MIm Iterenged Herself on Iter Mother Oh llcattle what n denr delightful Ittlohntl What Is It Jlcavcr Trimmed with thoso sweet littlo tails Now tako It off nnd como and sit down by tho flro and tell mo nil tho news Why It must bo six months since wo Inst mot J list when you gut engaged to Reg gie you know Glvo 1110 our gloves dear Thats rl oh Denttlnl Whats tho mottor Whcros your ring My engagement ring Yes tow it Discarded Examine your liven bo Father for so Uncoined goOil in thy sight Mat 11 21 Cast thy burden upon tho Lord nnd Ho shall sustnin thec Psalm C5 20 Knler thee into tho joy of thy Lord Mat 25 21 Â¬ Let tho beauty of tho Lord our God bo upon us rsalm 00 17 If yo lovo me keep my command ments Shirt Drawer and see what shape John 1 1 15 li Trade Term A Helpless Invalid Kldnoy and Llvor Trouble and Norvous Doblllty 10 Years of Sufforlng Endod by I Hood St Co Lowell Massi The effects ot Hoods Harsaparllla In my east hare been truly marvelous It far surpasses any other mcdlclno I have ever taken For 1 years I was troubled with torpid liver kidney trouble aud nervous debility and was A Helpless Invalid I have been taking Hodes Sarsaparllla tor three months and I feel that I am cured I feel bstter now than I have for sixteen years I thank Qod first for my health and C I Hood Co second for Hoods Sarsaparllla I nave recom- O Hnvo you lost It Im not speaking of the ring Im speaking of tho engagement What tho engagements off sco It Is Yos Its off I Mab All things work together for good to them that lovo God Rom 8 28 Judgo not that yo bo not Judged Â¬ Â¬ Joodiiess gracious Whnta pencil Ahl llovo jou thrown hlin oTcr No Then hes thrown you over Yes hop Matt 7 1 Abstain from all appearance of evil 2 There 5 22 Neither do I condemn thee go nnd sin no more John 8 11 Exauilno yourselves whether yo bo In tho faith prove your ownselvee 11 Cor it is in for Taking Hoods Â¬ Â¬ Who for Youll never gturJ Then I wont try Who Is It Ill tell jou presently Shall you havo him up for broach Mo 1 135 Whosoever will let him tnko of tho water of Life freely Rev 22 17 O glvo thanks unto tho Lord for Ho is good for His mercy endureth forever Psalm 107 1 O pralso the Lord nil yo nations prnlso Him nil yo people Psalm 117 1 Let not your heart bo troubled yo be- Â¬ llovo in God bellovo also in me John Spring Have you enough Shirts Are te n Â¬ mendod It to all my neighbors and several of them are using Hoods Sarsaparllla with good results I am M years old and feel better than I did at 40 tilts E Wade Stonewall Term efficiently on tn liver aud bowels IT WAS ONLY Hoods5Cures Hoods Pills 23c A SINGLE LfeTTER act easily yet promptly and lljf 1 11 Â¬ ainde All tho Difference In th Wide Wide World Mercy on us what Is tho matter tried tho girl with tho funnclltko skirts You dont look llko n girl who Is about to recclvo congratulations And I dont feel llko ono cither Ive had such an atrocious time and Charles Is not nt nil sympathetic JIo laughs llko a maniac every tlmo thu subject Is ro forrcd to A baby my dear A baby who Cried lu tho next room and kept you nwako all nlghtf No It kept mo awako without crying You know Charles had nn awfully nlco married sister They nro great swells I know But she is a womnn of ono ldcnunnd that ldeu Is expressed In a word of four syllables I3aby yes Well slio Invited Charles and inn to dlno with thcin en famlllo tho Tho baby was brought In other evening with tho dessert You got off well it generally comes with the salad I was wcnrlng thoso dear littlo sldo combs of mine nnd they attracted tho baby who cried to come to me Tlio mother was so pleased sho said tho baby was such a judgo of character I was all of a flutter Didnt you know how to hold itf Oh yes but tho sldo combs hold tho curls on thats all Uy nnd by Charles saw my anguish nnd got the baby nway Then I told tho mother how beautiful and Intelligent it was and how much I had Rut It Yuu dont teem tn lilnd imeh mind nt till Oh Beattlol Can ynu ctt thero nnd toll ino that you dunt mind losing over so many thousands of pound Im not sitting hero and telling you anything of the sort Then wasnt It true that Regglo would coma Into heaps of money when his father died Quito true and Units Just It What do you mean Why cant you speak out and toll mo Instead of being so mysterious Well I wllL Rcgjlo is going to marry my mother Wha atl My mother has cut mo out Gracious goodness Shos only 05 you know nnd But docs she lovo Rcggte No dont they in style and up-to-da- 111 Follow peaco with nil men nnd holi Â¬ ness without which no man shall sec the Lord llab 12 1 Oh continue thy loving kindness un- Â¬ to them that know thee nnd thy right- Â¬ eousness to tho upright in heart Psalm 30 10 Lead mo in thy truth nnd teach me for thou art tho God of ny salvation Psalm 25 5 Know ye not that your body is tho templo of the Holy Ghost which is in you w hich on leave God and yo aro not your own 1 Cor 0 10 To the bereaved ones Grace and peaco from God our Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ Who comfortcth us in all our tribulations thnt we may bo able to 1 Our display celebrated of the a Monarch Shirt Cant be surpassed this They are up-to-da- Whntisltolloboutf 1 And his poislblo money Well his possible money But what puz2lcs ma is that you tako It nil so quietly Im perfectly satisfied You seem qulto to lose sight of tho fact that Regglo Is tho only son ot a very Â¬ your husband Isnt It funny But funnier things may happen than that When did jou knuw Last night My mother know I wasnt desperately fond ot Reggie and sho then told mo that slio was so I just gave him to her And his money Docs Regglo lovo hor Uos smitten fascinated I bollovo How long has ho known her Only slnco sho returned from Cannes about a month Regglos only n boy Ilowovcr did your mother manago It Shes much prettier than nm nnd well thero you nro ReggloU bo your father Instead ot Ahl season te stylish comfort them which are in any trouble by tho comfort when with wo ourselves are comforted of God 2 Cor 12 1 In loving remembranco and tender sympathy Cousiv Maiiy Tho Price family of Shelby county at present consists of eight brothers rang Â¬ ing from CO to 81 years old Five of them are citizens of Shelby county and three aro residents of other States and just the thing to wear They range in price from 1 to 2 A word J 7 i4 LINING J nir circulating only when tho weather is warm During cold weather sufficient ventilation can bo given by throwing tho doors and windows open in tho day time If Impuroodors fiecm to affect tho inhabitants of tho house tho ouo tiling needed is n thorough cleaning throughout Cold winds nnd drafts from Ventilators canto tho death of moro fowls than almost anything olso in tho improved sort of henhouses Ventilation is essential to tho hoalth of tho fowls and hciico to thoir egg laying but it can only bo obtained by forethought and enro Watch tho thermometer mid regu Into tho nir accordingly It will pay in tho end Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thats just what I dont I020 sight ThatJ why Im so satisfied Ivo no patlcnco with you But Ivo cut her out How My mother has certainly cut moout Well rich father Ripans Tabiiles Carry a vial in your vest pocket and your life is in- Â¬ sured against the tortures of Dyspepsia of They fit and you always feel comfortable when you put on one of these Shirts And Regglo out How f IV UJ y Ono man who lives 011 tho outskirts of tho city kcops about 300 hens Tho morning food consists of n warm mash Sometimes it is composed of brau middlings and ground corn and oats and sometimes of but ouo or two of thoso A littlo ogg food is added to this mash thrco times por week Tho rofuso and scraps from fivo rostaurnnts aro obtaiuod daily and theso form tho noon feed for tho birds At night thoir feed consists utter of mixed grains No grcon food or veg At the present moniont tho sleeve Is tho distinguishing point of tho costume nnd ctablps aro given thom except sucli as nro It is enormous It requires i yards of among tho wasto from tho restuurants K4 Inch goods to make a pair of glgot Grit is given thum in tho form of crushed sleeves nnd even then tho corners often limestono which is bought already pro havo to bo pieced but that does not show pared Theso fowls lay remarkably well vlii tho folds Tho lining to n glgot sleevo and tho secret of it is in tho variety of Is exactly llko that to n loose coat sleevo food thoy got among tin restaurant Tho outsldo Is to bo gathered around the scraps top until It is reduced to tho slzo of tho lining and thou tho edges aro overcast nt Ioultry Notes tho topnnd tho rost pasted ns usual nnd In buying now stock bo euro to pur tho beam tnkon up and tho wrist fared Thero Tho diagram given huro ohaso from rolinblo brcodcrs nnd pressed shows nn ordinary glgot sleove From scorn to bo moro opportunities for client shoulder to wrist In tho highest part It ing in tho poultry busiucss than in any nunsnres BO Inches nnd luwlillli8S If It other has to bo ploced the proper place to piece A good euro for roup is to put thrco It l tho underarm part mnrked with a drops of camphor on a pioco of bread line of X marks If a moiuiiotalro Is do slrit tnsMnoof tho upp r part Is tho to glvo to tho fowl Iu two or thrco days it wih bu all light li 11 h wer is cut two liifies wid nan r timl Unoe piiiin rid ami er i tl Whoii fowls habitually lay thin shelled y ivrl Jim ull tho oggs thoir systoms are not in a healthy tail I n In fleiM1 lim tho up wiiv couditiou and havo generally become per I iip li hie lies from enfeebled by overfeeding und getting i 1111 Hat plaiting tho OO il 1I111I1I11 linx inverllig thu ovorfat Thorough chaugo of diet nir cither I1 sun and oxcrciso will bo followed by tho 111 nml iranlilnu to tho collar shoulder whllo lint ist uf IIik kIihuc luseivtd lu tho production of perfect ogchells lISIIll htUO It Will Jm llltll lljo tiowcst It is said sumao berries will ouro thing 11N is xmy ntviisy with tho blouse cholera A neighbor had cholera in his waUts now sn tiisliloiiuljlu and tjlvea tho flook and as soon ns ho commenced f cod Uarlhaldl ifTeot llallooii puffs nro mich liked fur homo ing sumao thoy corsod dying nnd wero wear mid they are made by gnthorlng n soon entirely well full pticii uf material to u tout ulixivo linHow many of tho fnnnors uro there ing whlrli ins thu lower portion mado of do yon think that kill off tho old hens I lie sumo or a ciiulrastlngniiliir The varieach year nnd depend on tho oarly ation In sleeves lionouir nru all Iwisod upon thu coat uleovo foundation and aro so hatohod pullets for thoir egg supply largely n mattrrnf personal tuito that It Is And yet wo can nssuro them that tho not net ossary to enlarge upon tliom A egg supply will greatly incroaso with tho saiuo number of pullets as of tho low guueral rumnrks may Iki nrndo how over Tlio sleeves for dress occasions may old birds lm of a mimbor of tulloor chltfnn ruffles After tho first year a hen has gener over a foundation In coat form Tlio soon her best days as a layer and nro Hindu In puds four tlinos tho ally light silks ho will generally lny on fat instead of uf tho upmr arm and four times lnilli tho width of tho slcnvo lining All this Dggs How much better to havo pullets Hint will lay throo days and lay off ouo fullness U then draped up In rich folds ruoiigh tn bring It luto partially roasona than old hens that lay ouo day and lay hie dimensions It ruiiilrea nlno yards of sff thrco I UlnUdlk or thoso puffs and one yard Daring tho winter when tho lious can- Â¬ or the forearm pieces not bo given n good raugo it is n good OMVB llAlllElt plan to give thom moat twico a week Tlie Kale For Suite J Almoail propara hcrown Tho thrifty woman van Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old wilted aliiionils according to this rule living at 018 Monroe street Faducab Klicll hlnnrli mid dry halt n ioiiiid of al monds Iny thom In a clron tin pan with Ky says that Dr Bolls Tine Tar Ilonoy n cniiplo of tniispooiis of butter and put Is tho boat grip cure cough lung and then In n rather hot oven rlhakti tho pan frequently that the almonds may color bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life Guaran- Â¬ mmlly When of uniform light brown tike thorn out drulu thorn In a colander teed and sold bv Short it Hay nes Clover on brown paper and sprlnllo Uiea lightly pott Dr 11 II SrcMullluSlcDanlek M with salt Meyer 0 Ilnras Geo Ileyser Con stantlie A Taylor Roeetta Drurv Hon On one point tn current fashion there nett Co Hewleyville W 13 Drown toques are taking the s no doubtthat V Nichols Gar to a great ex tent IrviiMtteu A Kv t Jno p4oof bonnets and hats R Morris Big Spring Ky fteld Ky Â¬ Â¬ 1 11 11 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Jv v OICOT SLEEVE WITH TIGHT LIN1NO A Good Ration remember Is that accuracy is tho turning point between n clumsy and a perfect gown Tho draped collar Is tlio favorite ut present and Is imido by having a stiff lining und silken faring with whatever Is u ed for tho outsldu crushed or shirred onr tlio outside A small roitttonmy fin Uli tho lollnr Whom tliuro Is n full vest front effect deslreil or n tlrnpory of any kind arranged cm n waist tho lining should bo flttid and linltlied to boning flrbt and tho rest douo heard about It I thought so Sho told mo tho noxt day that you woro perfoctly charming Sho wouldnt sny that now I asked her what she called It for I didnt know whether it was a boy or a girl and after saying I had heard so much about it I did not dare to ask She had got It In her arms again and was kissing It so sho mumbled something that sounded llko Frances That was a good way to And out I thought so Tho nest day I want down to tho doll bazaar and bought tho sent it with a noto saying that I hoped Frances would nppreclato tho fact that whllo It was not as pretty as herself It was tho best I could do Of courso you wanted to stund well with his people1 Hut I dont Tho child Is a boy Ills nnmo Is Francis nnd his mother says I nm a mean deceitful creature and sho will novor speak to mo again as long ns sho lives Chicago Tribune Won by Ills Wits The persistency of n street urchin who wishes to earn money Is sometimes annoying but generally excusable Kow and then It becomes amusing nnd almost Irro sistlblo Say mlstor do yon want your vallso carried acktd such n boy running uftcr a man who wrs hurrying nloug tho street evidently bouad for tho depot Up I dont answered tho man n littlo sharply Ill carry It to tho depot for a dime porslsted tho boy I tell you I dont want it carried said tho man quickening his pace Dont yon said tho boy breaking Into a trot to keep nbrenst ot his victim No I dont said tlio mini glancing fiercely nt his small tormentor Well then mister said the urchin with an expression of anxious and Innocent Inquiry nn his round dirty face what nro ou cniryln it for Why dont you set it down In splto of himself tho mans mouth twitched and with n There tnko ltl ho passed over tho bag to his persistent companion who staggered rapidly along without another word until the depot was reached when ho received tho coveted 10 ccut pleco with a beaming smllo Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bo Reggies mother In a way And holl bo jour father and youll bo mother-in-lato j onr own mothor nnd oh denr me ha ha lint Buffalo Express Â¬ Im engaged to his father GoodncA gracious mol Then yon will ailments and all kindred One gives relief Klpani Tubules may be obtained through your ncarctt druggltt lrlce 50 cents a box in regard to lH 8 frt H i mm Free Lunch riot Excuo me suld tho seedy man sidling up to the well dressed cltlzon If I A iSSCOLUmBIA PAP CALENDAR Collui and Ciifft I Â¬ dont baby tho hugest doll I could find thon une tho pronoun Oh I didnt want to braco you for no ball I What I wnnt jou to do Is to tnko this hero nickel nnd ask mo to have n beer with j on I 1 dont qulto catch on Ill toll you If I go In and drink with a fine well Axed man llko yourself I kin nftnrward stand thero aud stow away all tho lunch I want to If I go In loofcln ns I do with my littlo old ono nickel Id get throwed out beforo I had o chanco to tako more than fouror fivo fork fuls of the beans and a sandwich or two Tho deal was mado Cincinnati Trib Â¬ thing I nm going to buy myself a drink nnswored tho cltlzon with an accent on Into tho saloon to buy a drink or a clgnr or somo- - in Is tuko you aro just going I Xri-3--s- - one All the most fashionable styles up-to-da- te We are the leaders in A Desk Calendar a necessity mo4 convenient kind of storehouse for memoranda he Columbia Desk Calendar is brightest and handsomest of all full of dainty silhouettes ami pen skcicnci ami entertaining x thoughts on outdoor exercise and X Occasionally reminds you of snort tlie superb quality of Columbia Bicycles and of your need of one You wont object to that of course The Calendar will be mailed for five 1 Â¬ FiiriifeliiM Qood as sho passed a sign which rend Gloves cleaned and repaired sho thought of something nil of a sudden and wont Into tho shop I bellovo you clean nnd repair gloves hero dont you sho said to tho tlcrk At the Slcn of the Hand Showasa guileless Innocent thing and 2 ccnt stamps AdJrjit Calendar Department Yes miss ho replied Well I hnvo ono at homo that Ill send down to you It doesnt need cleaning very much but I want it repaired Ivo lost tho mate to It Then sho retired and tho clerk Is waiting and wondering how ho will gctsquaro with that sign Detroit Frco Press Â¬ POPE MFO CO Mention thli piptr 1o11 Babbage THREE MONTHS ABSOLUTELY TECH Hartford a 1 Conn ii a it 111 ii 11 n nT Iro- - ed Do you loved mo mamma Yes my child But not so much as I love yor I nm suro Why notl Becauso you havo to divide your lovo botween mo and my two sisters whllo I Figaro havo only ono mamma to love FREE St Louis Globe Demoerat wiwara 3 OXi CKi raTC3fVVV Iq the Slum There was a Christmas celebration ut tho mission chapel lu tho slums and the children of tho poor wero gottlng at lonst a tasto of tho good things ot tho season Ono littlo fellows sham In tho first distribution wnsn sweet cako elephant about six Inchon high Uo sat far back In tho room nnd ho had been watohlng the things go round for a long tlmo before thoy came to him nndho was pretty hungry beforo ho enmo In When the lenoher reached him ho was very eager and could scarcely wait for his turn and ho grabbed for It voraciously Hully goo ho exolnlmed measuring it with his eye Why didnt thoy gliinno ono llfo size Detroit Freo Press Â¬ Â¬ I Whither Are We Drifting Lawyer In 1001 You want a dlvorco from your wlfo On what ground Husband sobbing bitterly Nonsup port maam I hnvo hnd to earn my living for a wbolo year And I was raised Chicago Tribune oh so delicately 1 Krvwvra nvrfva aiJVLKXFa UJJULIVLU Â¬ Eight Pages Each Tuesday and Friday Sixteen Pages Every Week An Accustomed to Something- - Like It wonderfully Interesting said ono of tho fulr visitors nt tho big packing bouso but tho odors nro very trying Why I dont observo any odgrs said tho ono whoso husband Is a naturalist Chicago Record Its all Interesting Situation Tiken from our Serial New Beyond nil comparison tho biggest family Journal published in America Will bo sont host and brightest news and Price One Dollar a Year The Q FIFTEEN MONTHS FOR ONE DOLLAR to any reador of this papor not now a Bub3cribor to lode-Demo-ch- at This blank must bo usedfto eecurobenefit of this extra ordinary ofTer Colonel Scott Voker Story Colonel James W Scotts latest story Is ot a man whoso wlfo was rcproaonlng him for his fondness for an Indulgence In po- Â¬ A Modest Effort Teacher 1 will award the medal to tbo boy who suggests tho most 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them but a woman unless she is very businesslike wouldnt pull out her watch to regulate it not if she passed 10O standard timepieces She is naperjor to t lifts New York Reeorder It is strttngo said a Jeweler on Twou-ty-thlr- d FA GLOBE PRINTING CO St Louis Mo L The Gloiie Demociut will bo sent freo on application Author nf Chattanooga and other popular War Stories skew Royal Baking Powfrr all othfr Chickawauoa a stirring story of loy and adventure will soon appear in this paper PENNYROYAL WAFERS The interesting situations in this story arc numerous the dialogue is delightful and the Name o Subscriber rct Oftk The Indian name ot the SohBvlkill characters are engaging and lifeU sure to ihm this felHk tivsr was Mauymuk hmm He wust of like Penwylvaftla own Â¬ Herewith find 100 for which send to address given below The Democrat twice ovory week for fifteen months aa per your Bpecial oiler to readers of Thk Brkckenbidoe News published at Olovorport Ky G lode To GLOBE PRINTING OO St Louis Mo order bijain ik vr EUte It U worth thrco month fr sutwcrlptloH 4 ON A BROKEN SHIP A TMEl BRHOKENRIDQB wai being hauled on board Tho unfor tunates ou tho wreck understood tho moaning of tho shot lino nud hauled nway until thoygottho tnllbloek which thoy fastcnod securely and shouted to tho pooplo on filinro Keeper Green then prepared to send out tho hawser which carries tho lifo buoy whon to tho dis may of thoso ou shore thn sound of an other crash camo from tho wreck fol- Â¬ lowed by deathly stillness Tho fog had again becomo so thick that tho lifo sav ers could no longer boo tho wreck Tho Inst falling of tho masts had been fatal to ono soul ou board and tho en tire party of 13 remaining had baroly cscacd Tho mizzeumast had fallen over tho sido causing tho stern whoro tho men wcro to careen suddenly and throw all hands into tho water Then tho lifo lines stretched across deck oarly in the evening once inoro camo into play Tho sailors caught them and strug gled through tho flood of water to tho opposito rail which had been thrown high out of wator It was a lifo aud death battle aud homo of tho strongest cried to their mates for help but all except tho cabin boy crossed over and laid hold of tho safoty rail A sailor passed n ropo to tho lad as ho strngglod in tho water but weakenod from long oxposurc ho soon let go and was swept off by n wave But for tho lifo lines stretched acioss tho decks many others would havubcou lost in tho catastrophe which increased tho peril in moro ways than one Tho whip block and lines sent off to tho wreck by tho lifo savers had bcn fastened to tho in shoro sido of tho ships htcrn and tho canting of tho vessel when tho mizcii mast went ovr buried theso under wa tor beyond tho reach of tho sailors This fact could not bo signaled to tho men on tho beach owing to tho thick fog aud thoy hauled away gallantly to pull tho lifo buoy hawser off to tho wreck In a short timo it worked freely and a jngged end soon camo in showing that it had been torn apart either when tho mast fell or by tho chafing of a mass of wreck- ago lying upon it in thn jjnter Tho bi lenco of death reigned over tho wreck and tho surfmcu feared that tho last crash thoy had hoard meant tho cud for all on aboard It was nearly 4 oclock in tho morning but so thick that further attempts togctolino off would only bo a waste of strength and ammunition Keeper Green decided to wait for day light and placed nil tho beach apparatus in readiness with tho mortar loaded roady for thu first break in tho wall of fog and ilarknobri Occasionally a slight breczo would lift u bank of thu fog near shore and at every such lightening n Coston signal was burned in hopes that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NW GLOVBtBLiPOHr XY THE KENTUCKY WOMAN Thero A GOOD BEAR STORY A lOiniG MARKET liGIW TEAMSTCIVS QUCEP ADVCNTURE IN INDIAN TERRITORY Correctly weekly by fumphrer Lmifer Pro 6 Second St bet duet Commlttlon Merchants Isnt a Farm House That Mtlntnd MurketI oidivllleKj f Crows Perilous Night Long Branch Beach 01T Knocked Over by n Sllser Tip Darn mid nnrlrd In tho know When fihe Cam Hack For remit the Ijinler IVu limply nil the Situation Was Iteterard Cant Produce a Woman Fit for a Throno THEY WERE BORN LOUlHVILLK KY Jen it ls Bhlpper ihould murk ell packkpei plainly with ihlpperl name end poitt o0o eddren BUtTKK Choice oonntrr 12 13 Medium Creamery KOOS 10 20 W 2ft 18 11KANB 10 It Cries From Out the Dark Sea Summon the Coast Guard A Timely Signal and a Thrilling Song True Tales From the Life Savers Logbook from our Special Correspondent NADENSEfoK on tliocvcuiiiR of Mnrch 1 1882 tboNovaScotlnn bark W J Sto vis was moving along tho uppor Now Jersey shoro u lid or a light had climbed into the rigging to keep n lookout for tho lights of tho Highlands nml Sandy Hook beacon which ho Mipposcd to bo not far away Tho fog and darkness corn blued wcro 80 thick that ho could not Tho only hco tho length of tho vessel iiign to tell tho mariners their truo position was tho roar of a tremendous surf caused by tho breaking of a long easterly ground swell upon shore and that fihoro was tho outer bar off tho bcncli of Long Branch although this tho men Tho on shipboard could not diviuo bark sailed slowly under light ennvaf making n west course At 030 hlio htruck on tho bar G0 yards from tho bluff and all hands quickly sprang on deck and tried to bead tho ubul off shore Tho wind Mas no light however that sho wouldnt movo only as tho sea lifted her higher and higher upon tho bar In that position tho waves broko over her gradually swaying tho hull until it lay broadsido to tho sea receiv ing its full force Tho bulwarks wero quickly torn looso and carried overboard ond tho tona of water coming down on tho decks stovo them in showing tlioo on board that tho ships doom was scal ed though they fondly belioved sho would hold out until daylight Tho sailors could do nothing but try Tho halyards wcro to savo thcmsolvcs cut to let tho sails run down fagots mado of oakum soaked with oil woro lighted for biguals of distress and tho men took refugo on tho highest part of tho deck preparatory to launching their boat Tho wreck lay off tho bluffs whoro they riso 25 feet in height but not oven theso nor tho houses upon them could bo fcou except thtough an occasional rift in tho fog No answer coming from ofTshoro to their signal torches tho sailors gavoup all hopo of summoning help through that means Tho boat was their last resource although its chances in that wild surf wcro not much hotter than thoso of tho wreck itsolf Wlillo they wero loosening tacklo and getting out tho oars n tremendous soa swept over and carried it away breaking tho davits liko pipo stems Lifo lines wcro then strung along tho deck and tho men bolioviug they wcro doomed to u night of it on tho wreck took refugo upon tho cabin roofs and tho rails on tho port sido which owing to tho list ing of tho ship seaward aroso some fcot out of tho water As hours passed on realizing their extreme peril thoy from timo to timo hallooed at tho tops of their voices hoping to attract tho attention of sonio ono at tho houses whose dim outlines they had seen early iii thn evening Thcso forlorn cries at last penetrated tho cluster of cottages on tho bluffs of tho west end Long Branch Ouo of tho occupants aroused Ills houso hold mid hurried to tho beach wheroho lit a firo to eucourago tho men whoso voices bo had heard out at sea At tho Mino timo a watchman at tho West End hotol hearing tho Jaino cries hurried to tho Long Branch lifo saving station a milo bolow tho wreck Notwithstanding tho ndmirablo sys tem of beach patrols Mint out by tho lifo saving corps tho presonco of tho wreck had escaped their retention At that point on tho beach tho patrols nro compelled to walk along tho bluff becauso tho sand slioro is broken by a series of jetties extending from tho bluff out beyond low water mark In dark and stormy nights travol is slow and also hazardous along tho rows of piling which form tho jetlloi and act as a breakwater On tho night of tho wreck of tho Stovis tho patrol passed southward along tho beach but there woro no sounds from tho sea to warn him of danger until near midnight when ho was far to tho south of tho scene with tho wind blowing in JB JlcAuloy broozo Muto Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rfH 11111m Â¬ wMM THK COSTON SIGNAL Early in tho fall of 18b0ourreciincut was ordered into tho Hold ngainst hos tilo Indians and about tho beginning of October wo wero encamped on Poplar croek n tributary emptying into tho Missouri from tho north ubout GO miles distant from Fort Uuford Our Instructions required us to ro main hero until further orders should bo received and during theso fow days that wo lay idlo in camp tho men amused themselves in various ways but princi Â¬ pally by organizing short hunting expe ditions into tho surrounding country Our chief of tcainstors was Henry Morgan u good all round shot and ouo who had moro than onco brought down big gamu by his skill Ho started off ulono ono morning just us n mild bliz zard began to tly nml openly declared that whin ho returned iio would bring an nntelopo or u her back with him mid perhaps both Wo baw him disappear in tho direction of Mill creek with his riflo over his shoulder but tho uanativo of his bubhciiueu movements is best told by himself I bud gono perhaps thrco miles up tho cicik and had as yot seen no signs of any wild unimal when all at onco from behind t cnttonwood log near a thick bunch of underbrush a long eared cottontail rabbit leaped nimbly into sight and tho noxt moment my shot laid him low 1 hurried uvcr to tho spot mid was leaning over to cxamiiio tho animal when 1 felt a crash as if tho wholo can yon had exploded mid as I tumbled over in tho snow my fnt departing senses ucoguizLd a liugo hilver tip bear whoso powetful paw had been tho author oi my mischief I lav thurij half stunned and badly bruised with just enough consciousness left to observe what vm going on around mo Tho old bear no od and rolled me about and dually sticccjilod in pushing und dragging mo ubout 20 feet then sho pushed mo down into it washout of 111 reek bottom and pawed away until sho had mo almost covcrod with snow I had now re brush mid other trash covered my s uses but as I could easily brcathu through tho looso pilo that cov ered mo I thought it safest to lio still aud await tho outcome Completing my funeral arrange ments tho bear walked about and sniffed few times suspiciously at tho spot then by the bound of her satisfied snarls and growls growing fainter and less distinct 1 knew that sho was moving Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TO REIGN Freib Mr Wntterson In Courier Journal Michigan On entering his residence-- last evening Mr Moneybags was hold up nnd relieved of nil his valuables Arknnsaw Traveler URRIFR i rr ri- - -r- JiT--ir j MPMPnHmHbXim I think wod bottor inovoon if wo dont warlt our furs taken on storage Mrs Growlor Lifo DAW SONS NARROW ESCAPE n No Work Â¬ Â¬ THE ELECTION RETURNS He Cuulilnl tie Uxprllrd Trout off Â¬ answered by tho wrecked men if any wero alivo Several wero Tho surfmeu burund without effect thought surely that the remorseless sea had stifled tho voices of tho midnight and paralyzed tho arms that had hauled away gallantly on tho lino shot athwart tho wreck But suddenly tho faint notes of a single throat singing huskily wcro heard above tho roaring surf Slowly and plaintively at first tho song aroso from tho lips of an old negro tho stew ard of tho ship half submerged in tho water and clinging for lifo to a swaying rope As tho singing progressed the voico grow stronger and moro hoarty so that tho pooplo ou shoro distinguished tho last lino of a verso whloh told them their signal had been seen and its meaning understood Thu words continued bo Â¬ it would Â¬ Â¬ Who wept with Joyful tears When tlii y Haw tho honored Hag they hadnt Been for years llarilly could thoy ho riutruiiiwl from bunting Into cheers Whllo wo vcro inarching through Georgia Tho burning of tho Coston light bo tokened to tho old slavo of tho Kauteo riceflelds another day of dollverance and when ho reached tho chorus a dozen voices around him joined iu with an energy that Unpolled nil doubt as to there being lifo on board tho wreck Hurrah hurrah wuU sound tho juhllcol Ilurrah hurrah thu flag that makes you frrol Tho hoarty outburst rising as a climax to tho faint voico which preceded it act ed liko magio upon tlio anxious burfmen disponing their fear and their wondor Spurred with a fresh desiro to savo tho unfortunates thoy ran out into tho surf and shouted back words of enconrago mont that wcro no longer wasted bo causo tho sea had driven tho wreck lit Ills face Tho hotel watchman alarmed tho station at 2 oclock and Keeper Green with all his crow and tho beach apparatus reached tho bpot whero tho tiro was burning on tho saud at a quarter bo foro 3 oclock Tho dim outliuo of sails and spars could bo seen through t no fog but thero was no sign of lifo on board tho wreck Tho first shot lino was fired from tho bcaoh mortar at 8 oclock and fortunately it foil ncross tho maintop whero tho active mate MoAuloy climb ed up and foizcd it passing it into tho hands of thoso on deck Tho masts woro already swaying terrifically before the laato sprang olofr for tho ship was fast going to pieces under tho power of tho SCO Â¬ Â¬ lie Hardly had MoAuloy loft tho tops when tho mainmast and foremast together fell with an awful crash that sound cd on shore and seemed to thoso thero anxiously watching tho futo of tho ship liko tho rattle of musketry As soon as tho mast camo down tho Btorn of tho vessel whero tho imperiled sailors had congregated broko off just forward of tho mizzon rigging leaving tho hull in two entirely severed parts Tho stern was listed offshore with tho port rril in tho water and tho sailors clinging to the starboard rail All of this was invisible then to tho lifo Ravers on tho beach but in a short time thoy learned that thero was life on board tho wreck which they Icbow by the fearful sound coming from it BiHst be a periloua refugo Tho they had shot athwart her mwU Â¬ tlo by little nearer shoro At daybreak tho poor fellows could bo seen from tho beach as thoy lay struggling in tho wator with wrcckugo pounding ubout nud threatening to tear thorn looso from their holds Many had lost half their clothing nud wcro bruised and bleeding from their contact witli brokon timbers tho blows of falling or llonting rigging and tho hammering of tho groat waves With daybreak tho fog dissolved so that tho surfmcu could bring their lino gun to bear Tho first shot broko tho line but tho second carried it within reach of tho sailors who quickly hauled out tho gearing for tho breeches buoy In half nn hour from thn timo tho wreck was sighted 13 survivors had been lauded ou their way to tho station whero a hot breakfast nud dry clothing awaited Geoitur L Kimikk them Â¬ Â¬ When I cousidiied tlio was far enough away I sctr blul nut of tho nr f tho trash hole shook lnyttlt and then looked mound for my gun It was lying safo und littlo damaged near tho log whero 1 killed tho cottontail but was somewhat scratched and choked with snow I first cleaned tho piero out placed it in good order ami then went back to my involuntary grave whero I found tho hacks mado by bruin to bo quiot distinct and widely separated showing that tho beast had gono off down stream Eomowhat iu u hurry I suspected tho old monster would bo back sooner or later so rirvauging tho cavity aud ro storing tho brush and trash as naturally as possible I retired to a safo position behind tho Cottonwood log which had been tho scene of my first disaster ami sat down to wait Perhaps threo qnortcrsof an hour had possed when far down tho opon I saw tho old mother witli her cubs trotting merrily at her heels making all hasto up stream toward my place of concealment I kept as still as dcatli nud Scarcely breathed but got my riflo into position nud nervously waitod uiltil tho trio should como within easy ranga On sho camo rolling from sido to side aud then I saw that her object was tho holo iu which I had been so unceremoniously buried Sho hurried to tho spot growled somothiiig at tho cubs then nil throo cubs and dam began pawing and scratch ing tho brush and trash asido and send ing it iu n perfect shower behind them Finally tho holo was scooped out clean aud then tho old ouo ovidcntly comprehending that tho promised dinner had Cbcapcd lay back her head nud howled her woes to heaven This was my first opportunity ond I fired with careful aim tho lead striking her iu tho lower part of tho nock nud causing her to pitch heavily forward By tho timo 1 had placed a bulletin tho foro bhoulder of tho largest cub tho dam witli a mighty howf regained her foot and savagely began to lick tho wound of her bleeding offspring I was perfectly cool now and realizing that it was a matter of lifo or death with mo I took another aim while tho old ono was poised on her hind legs mop ping her own wound and sent n bullet through her heurt Tho younger cub got nway iu tho brush before I was ready for it but tho largo oncwho had already been wounded 1 finished with another shot Philadelphia Times r Â¬ Club 1or Obtloun IU okoiis Bailey Dawson was in danger of be ing expelled from tho Society of Christian Itoposo Tho object of tho society ns its niiiiio indicates is to discourago eudeuvor of nny character mid its mem bers who comprise such well known old residents as Colonel A M Babcock A N Kellogg founder of tho newspa per publishing concern Frank Parmo leo of tho luifvlliic und others uro men who think they havu done their work iu life and now only usk for rest Thoy moot at thn Oraud 1aeiflu hotel and do tiot oven talk much preferring to sit iu tho easy chairs iu tho rotunda uud look ut ouch other But last week Colonol Babcock brought a serious chargo against Bailey Ho said ho had gono to work what is more ho had tho cvideneo to provo it Things looked really badly for Bai loy Tho work was no harder than that involved in drawing tho pay attached Â¬ Â¬ to a political uud ho ofTico Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A llleycle tlrooiii Ladies on horseback should always be attended by a groom according to tho rules of society Now tho gentleman who is supposed to lead Now York so cloty pronounces that overy lady cyclist must bo duly accompanied by n groom ou a bicycle His own daughter sots tho fashion Mr Kallogg refugo iu technicalities was trying tho case und to him Bailoy mado this plea If it pleases tho court ho said tho mombors of this society must not do any work of any kind Thoy must not replied Colonol Babcock stonily They should uot indulgoinany kind of effort ogain interjected Certainly not thu colonel Thoy cannot consistently toko action of any description Thoy issuredly cannot paid Bailny triumphantly Then 1 would liko to know how thoy nro going to uxpcl a member that moans action And Pnideut Kellogg sua taiucd him holding that it would bo impassible constitutionally to oven tnko a vote on tho charges Chicago Trib une for a Sweet Ilrealli Dont expect to havo clean tooth or a sweet breath while thero is a tinge of whito ou tho tongue It is an unmistak able evidence of iudlgcbtiou Drink sour lemonade oat ripe fruit and grcon vogo tables for purgatives cxerciso frfoly use plenty of water internally and externally and kcop up the treatment until tho mouth Ik clean healthy ami rod Various things aro suggested to counteract an unpleasant breath resulting from a bad tooth wino or garlic scented dishes Clrnamon mint crcums orris root cloves mastlo rosin and spruce gum will dsguiso somo odors Ten drops of tincturo of myrrh in a glass of water will sweeten and rofrcsdi the mouth A teaspoon ful of spirits of camphor or peppermint in tho saino garglo is among tho very best antiseptics hud n few drops of myrrh und camphor in tho water nro recommended in caso of cold iliroat trouble or any slight Indis position which may affect thu brouth Philadelphia Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uuld not deny it but it was work Bo ho took If n man loves a woman for hor looks ho will lovo hor for fivo years If ho loves her mind ho will lovo hor for ten years If ha loves her ways ho will lovo hor forever And overy woman believes whou she marries that her lov- Â¬ er loves her ways Wlie u Tlie Meet huoT w v g v Mothers I Four Big Successes Having tho needed merit to moro than inako good all the advertising claimed for them the following four remedies have reached a phenomonal sale Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption Coughs and Coldseacli bottlo guaranteed Electric Bitters tho great remedy for Liver Stomach and Kidneys Bucklona Arnica Salve the best in the world and Dr Kings New Life Pills which are a All these remedies aro perfect pill guar n eed to do just what Is claimed for them and the dealer whoso namo is at tachod herewith will be glad to Ml you more of them Sold at A It Fishers Drag store An Englishman salutes his frlond with How do yon do Goodby Faro well Similarly tho Dutchman Vaar wol and tho SwedeFarveJ A Frenchman saysIonjourl Au plalairl 1 o do vous rovolr An Italian Buon giornol Addiol A ilvcdercll A Spaniard Buenos diusl Adiosl Hasta lit vUtal French Aurovolrl Tho Turk folds hit arms and bows his head toward tho pmou w om ho salutes Tho com moil Arab suy8uem alol- L tini fPnrn lm with m Tin lays his hands on his buiut in order to show that the wish proceeds from his lart We Offer You a Remedy Which Insures Safety to Life of Mother and Child Mothers Friend Robs Confinement of Its Pain Horror and Risk i Mm anmik Oaqk la audi Haxter Sprlpge Kan tVStnl Iit MaH er BiprfMIaen retlpt of prlet At all nlA wb WaAA fe BM wwnjwi SUAb w avnve IMAWWll e After uitoff one bottle of Mather PrUnd 1 suffered but little pels an4 did BotexperteBoe ttMtweakBoee afterward ujul i ffVf Vt4BllirTlflM hcut ing oi the Christian Church iu Kentucky ft 111 b held iu btanfurd next August This is a very largo gathering and our neighbor will imve within her gates all the people she can comfortably take rare of Uuther hospitality is unbounded and with the assistance oi the country chuiehes which Hre quite numerous in Ky Jlnroln the hnthren will be enter Â¬ tained and rient on their WHy rejoii ing MONOCLES IN EUROPE The above Is from the I aticanier Ile- ord which does not r rkon without its Their Ve Uelleveil to Hiuo Originated In host Stanford will entertain and do it tlio HrllUli Army iu the bi st way all who may come Iu overy capital of Kuropn tho mono- among us We are little but oh Lord cle is common enough It attracts no we me loud Interior Journal attention on tho street In a row of men To sat something Is ono tlilnvr- to at tho theater a cousideniblo proportion aro sure to havo it Perhaps half tho pr i It is another Wo cant prove olliccrsiu the Oermuii army wear monoth t Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Is the cles Thoy urn to be seen iu nbundanco bunt l ough r medy on earth unices you at nny inciting of tho French academy will try it If you do this and dont Even socialist deputies iu Franco are not ashamed to go among tlinlr constit- ugn e with us you get your money back JIaynes Clovur uents wearing tlinui A tcsalan of tho For nale by Short English house ornnnimnns glittorswith port Dr It EL MoMuTlin McDaniels solitary oyeglossts Thn single oycgluss M Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser is said to liavn originated among tho Coistantine A Taylor Itosetta Drury ofllcers of tho British army Ur iinelt C Bowleyvllle Ky W E Aliout the beginning nf the century Brown frvington Kyj Jno P Nichols on order was issued that army officers wear oyrglassos or specta Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring should not cles It was supposed that they gavo tho Ky- wearers an nninilitary uppcarunce Tho Guff a Decisions order caused severe incohveniouco to FlUNKKOIIT KY Jan 15 Jude many short sighted officers and one of Guttys first opinions on the honch ot belonging to a crack regiment court of appeals were handed down to- them Ho day Of the eiuht oninloaa delivered hv invented the single eyeglass clalmod that being au eyeglass its uso all the judges sitting Judge Gully deliv- Â¬ Was no contruvuution of tho order which ered three They however wire of prohibited f peotaclcs and eyeglasses It no importance to the public generally 80011 becumq very popular in thn army A Mitestiary Crimo and was afterword adopted On account probably of this origin the singlo eye Wet Virginia hm a law which umIcmi glass is very generally worn iu Europa habitual JrHnkemirM a felony and it ts by army officers to re tectwl In the ewe oi a Man jutt arv It is by some thought to give an as- nwtexl at rarkerabnrtf It ought to ha pect of determination am ferooity to Hssyle a rwnitentlary crime ttvwywl era the wearer whereas eyeglasses land aa or n w got drunk and wake doge and doinowol UiowMivM Interior Journal air of feebleness NewWwV World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tliej Mnhn llio Iliuk at Nlclit of the Tear lit a Newspaper Olllce Thero is ono night iu every year in every great nowspaper ofTico when work is done that is tho least understood of all that goes on iu tho making of a daily paper ouo night when tho highest stato of fever attends the Excitement and strain of tho most iutenso work that falls to tho lot of any men except soldiers iu war That is election night That is the night when a fow mon sit down at G oclock before virgin sheets of paper with tho knowledge that bo foro 2 oclock tho next morning they must cover thoso sheets with tho election returns of a nation digesting mountains of figures aud apprising tho public of tho results in the most condensed forms weeks iu advanco of tho official announcements us sparks might bo counted while they fly from tho shapolcss iron ou n blacksmiths anvil And these calculations must stand tho tost of comparison with thoso which tho rival newspapers working without collaboration as eager competitors will publish at tho samo moment Tho election figures como in driblets and atoms aud must be put together as tho Florentines mako their mosaics Somo of it wo shall sco is plucked from tho very air as a magician seems to collect coins iu a borrowed hat bo- gotten of leasouing but put down bo sido tho geuuino returns with equal confidence and almost accuracy Ah but that is a work to try cool heads and strong nerves I am quito certain no other mon in tho world include such a night of tension and excitement periodically as a fixed part of a workaday oxibtenco No other men regularly onco a year feci themselves so truly in the focus of mi iutenso public interost manifesting itself iu so many ways Soribncrs Every person big little old or young black or whit rich or poor who has over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pronounce it the best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its tnie too bo we guar- Â¬ antee Forsale byShort lTaynesOlov erportlr It II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras j Geo Heysor Constantinej A Taylor Itosetta Drurv Bennett Co Bewleyville Kyj W i Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ But theKcntucky woman I Who is that saying now yon are playing cards The Kentucky woman has not her liko on tho faco of the globo Journey through tho Wuegrass country and a plain girl is tho exception an ugly ono impossible Thero is something in the blue of the grass that makes blue in tho blood somothlng in the limestono water that vitalizes and beautifies all physical life Look at tho horses Look at tho horsemen But tho women thero isnt a farm house that cant produce a woman v ho if she should step thence upon a throne wouldnt stand there or sit there as though sho wore born to it They are quite as self confident aa tho men though after a different pattorn They have beauty and health They have charm They have style They have quick perceptions and thoy catch the fl eting fashion of tho time they dress well walk well ride well and if you think they woro not born to reign as well as to shint marry one of them Tho horses are well enough Thoy set tho pace the world over The whisky is well enough Drink in moderation and with sugar in yourn as we drink it it yields a liberal education Tho tobacco is well enough They smuggle it into Havana and whilst it has mado Cubas fame a distinction we can afford tho Queen of the Antilles it brings us an incomo which makes the cotton planters weep and tho very sugar canes to bow their heads in homago Yet after all our crown of glory is the Kentucky woman and whether sho sweeps down Broadway on a sunny October afternoon beating London and Paris out of sight and blinding Father Knickerbockers eyes with hor radiance or whether alio nues cross couutry taking iiikorn at a leap or bewitching the headwaters of FJagle in simple calico qho wears tho blue ribbon nor English rose nor Gre- Â¬ cian statue nor Star of the North nor bird oi Paradiss can make her to take tho second place But enough of this Kentucky has glory enough and to spare History bristles with her statesmen her soldiers and orators Tradition blazes with the deeds of her daughters and her sons and in the matter of pedigree man and brute we aro equally secure In days when prowess was the rulo and measure of clv ilizuion Kentucky led tho van But times change and men must change with them The days of splendid barbarism have gone They havo gone never to re- Â¬ turn The Kenluckians of tho Twent- Â¬ ieth century must adapt himself to the Twentieth century The English people are not less a brave peoplo becauso they havo laid aside their side arms They have not degenerated because thoy compel by public opinion the laws to be enforced Nor shall wo be if wo follow their example We need to hang a fow moro judges and a few Jees niggers that is to say we need to put sterner men on the bench and bet Â¬ ter men in tlio jury box Never mind that buck jumping demagogue up thero in Cincinnati He is the merest seeker after popularity and notoriety Our duty to tho commonwealth and to ourselves remains ever tho same and if we are truo to both truo to Kentucky we shall begin to cast about how to wipe out the one blot on our escutheon disregard of law and indifference to the good opin- Â¬ ion of mankind Â¬ 1 ndlara hand ploked Nary FEATUKRS gooie- 1 1 Old or Common and colored to 22 6 74 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 3S 25 15 25 s Prime white Mixed Old No 1 dnok Q a 38 30 iio CO GAME Rabblti per uoi Bqnlrreli per dot HUES Green food Dry salt good Dry flint good Sheep iklnt 4 i l 7JJ 7 oo 10 as v iii ti 20 POULTRY 6 A i 40 I Hem per lb Ducki St7 Tnrkeyi alive 7 n 7 XA rf Turktye dreaied Ot 10 DRIED APPLEd AND PKAOHEs Applet oboloe bright quarter to Applet average 4ji to 5 Applet old Peachet new 4 to 6 reaonet old as bi Qreate Tab waihed fine Merino WOOL Create ooane Dnrrj and Cutt MISCELLANEOUS Tallow 21 15 lfl 13 15 10 u 12 8 12 ti ii 3S S g Ileetwax Sorghum 25 wharf Molasses 30 c 35 HAY QRAIN FEED We quote prlcet to day on Loultrllle elty OATS 2 So oatt UAY - 32 10 60 11 Q Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw 00 10 00 4 60 13 00 g 12 00 11 00 CORN Choice white Choice lb el led 42 CATTLE Good to extra ihlpptrjg Light shipping Best Butcher Medium to good butchert HOOS ft 46 4 00 3 50 3 40 3 00 B0 i 4 25 3 75 03 85 3 25 Choice packing and butchert 4 Fair to good 4 6 Ufueht Sboatt and plgt 100 lbt and under4 SHEEP Good to extra thipplng 2 2 Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra iprlng Fair to good 5 CO 85 4 no 60 iruie 75 76 dl 5 00 a TO 75 2 25 2 60 4 60 4 75 2 6il 06 4 Oft Louisville St Louis Texas RJ Co TIME SCHEDULE Tuklnir Effect A At 600 oclck Weil Bound 63 H Sunday Dee S0f 18Ci Traim STATIONS Eatt Bound Jrain Exprs Kxprt Dally 6 30pm Mall A Dally 7 30im Kxprt Dally 1 Mail A M Kxpr 645 72 7 SO 7 47 74S 8 8 IvUnn 25 45 11 ptar Kentucky St Weit Point Howard Kkron Dally 8 30pm 7 35 7 30 OOpm 45 1125 12 815 714 828 863 765 804 813 8 21 8 30 8 38 8 45 8 65 9 02 9 30 9 3J 0 47 9 f0 1000 10 W 1014 1020 1033 1019 106 1102 1109 1115 1119 112 1143 12664in 1216pm 1218 1221 1217 1235 12 42 12 3 Hock Haven Lone Branch 1147 2Uim 11 SU llrarulcnburi Gutton Irvlngton Webster LoJlburp Simple Stephentport Addison Cloverport Shops Pierce 91i 1131 1122 1111 1105 10 SO 10 4J 7 07 668 640 6 48 6 30 900 914 917 931 943 954 9 09 9 28 Holt 1041 1037 1028 1073 1020 1005 614 606 667 562 S45 636 6 40 6 24 6 21 10 02 1007 1012 1018 1035 1041 1063 1109 1125 1114 1119 1133 1145 SMlraan Haweiville Petrle Falcon Cayce Iewliport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Worthlngton Reads Spottsville Uasettt Griffith Stanley 100 948 937 9 23 609 92i 919 UK 915 840 8 4 69 4 61 4 45 4 42 4 20 4 08 4 00 3 47 A J 436 30 817 1163pm 1259 1 1210am 15 m arHendertn 323 316 310 lv 72Hm 255pm 731 66 7 68 70 IU 8U9 341 3 37 3 30 I St L L 8y FordsvIMe Branch Carlton Cornwell foreman of the Ga- Â¬ TIMETABLE No 24 zette Middletown N J believes that TAKINU EFFECT DEO 30 189A Chamberlains Cough Remedy should be West Uound Trains KastiUound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dally in every homo Iio used it for a cold exSnn exSun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun and it effected a speedy cure He says VoS No 1 No 3 No t 1010am I Irvinjrtan It is indeed a grand remedy I can r 9 2J 1160 fie Id 810 Car recommend to all I have also seen it 12 05pm Harned 7 60 1222 lirdlnsbunr 730 used for whooping cough with tho best 1258 Klrx 7 00 110 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale results 6 60 Jollv -- i by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloo and Board Hardlusburg Ky 121 165 231 2 42 261 15 Glcndeane Dempster ar KalURoughlv Hock vale Vikln X 6 30 Little But Load It is understood that the State Meet 301 140 BEST Condensed News Ktvillel Iluth Oiks 5 27 5 16 60 4 iso v 620 600 43tn1 V1 Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything wit i hi found in tub Courier - JournaU Weekly A tcnpsge eight column Democratic fJvs paper HENRY WATTERSUH It the Edlt r Vv PRICE 100 n YHAR t4 - Tho tVHIIiaY COUItIKHJOUHtyL makes very liberal lernit to Beiits Sample copies ol SoPWnnt hM free to inyPddrm4 WrlUto COURIERJ0URNAL 08MPANY AND THC THE BRECKENRIME NEWS lsHUvlllr Kv WEEKLY C0UBIERJ0URrAL Will be sent one year to any addres for 175 AtMrmTbiBiiCKiftiiirxiBNiHys Cloverport Ky i f ChickaiMiga A Â¬ atlrrlng tfory o love and Advtruiw Will soon apfMW la tlia pr vmi v tnvt yr s r HR BRROKHNH1DQR NEWS OLOYEHPORT KY Highest HonorsWorlds Pair Awarded S L Stilzer wnB In tho city Tuesday Jno W Vest wentto Louisvlllo Thurs Â¬ Try sg EVEN day No common stogies at 5 cents each at Vests J T Skillman went to Ilardinsburg Monday MIeb Lulu Owen went to LouIbvIIIu r m -- i h b i V Wednesday Attend Drurys sale at Hewleyvillo Good and Useful Man Gono to lino is flush next Saturday- His Howard Mrs William Otto we aro pleaced lo Morris Kskrldge was hero Wednesday say isronvalcsront on legal business Clmrllo Evans of Henderson was in Mrs Robert McGlothlan was in town Tho death of Hon John Allen Murray for tho day Saturday tho city Monday Our sewing and rending circle wants Every feature a fashionabloono every to know tho fato of Pliny7 Sirocco you which occurred at his homo in this city Bate Herndon wears a broad grin It Perhaps you would like price a fair one Vests or some of our other correspondents or last Monday at 11 oclock removes from is a boy The flret you know M S Wbltford Geo C 1atton and C readers please In a sketch of Washing among us one of tho most prominent too but that doscnt MOST PERFECT MADE Master Hubert Piggott came up with W Moorman wont fo Louisvlllo Tuesday ton Irvington6 lifeHo tells us Pliny as Â¬ citizens In private or public life A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Judgo his father last week Free count returning Saturday rrom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Mrs F C Forryspent Wednesday and cended Vesuvius and got very near tho Murrays illness has been of long dura- Â¬ Littlo Miss Nannie Leo and Master ao YEARS THB STANDARD tion and dates back moro than eighteen Thursday in tho city tho guest of Miss crater Did he go in or was he stilli d by Goo right on Soiling months Ho has been confined to his Louis Jolly are visltlngsomo little friends Veva Miller tho lavn Who knows Notice to Subscribers bed about two months but long prior to in Louisville Mr E G Iluthsteiuer Cashier of Tell Mr A T Herndon is renlly distressed The date on tht label Indicates the time to Pity Bank of Tell Miss Lulu Jolly accompanied by her City Ind was in tho over tho numbor of young ladles hero his confinement thoso who know could which your subscription la paid This serves both as a receipt n expiration notice every city yesterday and so few young men Wonder if ho seo a gradual decline for somo months cousin from Missouri is visiting Mrs week lfxamlrc the date printed after Tour Where tho crowds go is alwas tho noticed last club night thoso sparkling Judgo Murray was 51 years of age and Ken Wathen name on the margin of this paper and tee If it It correct If not correct please to let ut know If favorito store The peoples store your diamond rings on taper firgers 4 Mrs Charlie Simmons who has been and I was born in this city In January 18 11 your time hat expired please renew at once His father Col David R Murray was qulto ill for the past two weeks Is slowly store our store Vests happen to know of two moro tapers No nlckle In the slot machine but for near here that thoso gems adorn Dont ono of the early settlers of Cloverportand but surely recovering Breckenridge News 5 cents you get 5 cents worth and no be uneasy my old friend ourcounty and for moro than a half century was identi Â¬ Miss Sallio Harris from Louisvlllo Is chances against you Vest adjoining county swains have been to fied with its interest and public affairs making n protracted visit to the family That keep you well hy creating an appetite for more WEDNESDAY JANUARYS 1805 of tho couuty generally Judgo Allen of Mr Uato Washington If you want n nice new dress Vest has tho Eldorado of pretty girls justrecoived a now line mid winter Transfers Ronnio Burch to Wm was tho eldest among n family of four Miss Ella Goodson paid n Hying visit LOCAL BREVITIES He was also a half brother of to styles como in and see them Greer one sixth interest in 550 acres children old friends last week Miss Ella has of Missouri Mrs Richard May of Webster was 225 Julia Ann Logsdon nnd Matilda Ex Gov Crittenden His a host of friends who The city was full of reportcis Sunday aro always glad to the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs B Ashcraft to Jacob Horton 58 acres 450 brothers who survive him are Ell seo morning her Logan 0 Vice Bolder several days last week R II Nevitt and wifo to II C Woodson II Ex Gov of Utah Mrs T N McGlothlan accompanied Fresh Oysters served in any stylo at 0 Mr Davis Brown Louisville nephew lot in Brandenburg on Main street II President of tho America National Bank 0 Martin of Mrs J A Murray came down yes Â¬ C Woodson and wife to R II Nevitt lot of Louisville and David R of this city by her son Clinton went to Preston J E Monarch Ilardinsburg was in terday to attend the funeral of Judge in Brandenburg on Chestnut street J All of them havo attained prominent Sunday morning to ho present at tbo the city Saturday Murray W Lewis and wifo to Z T Herndon lot positions in affairs both private and marriago of Mrs McGlothlaiis niece Judgo Murray received his Miss Lena Gllliland Jo Taul of Ilardinsburg was in town Littlo Miss Suo Roberts Watkins will In Brandenburg John G Shacklett and public R M Jolly and W J Piggott took several days last week entertain a number of her little friends wife to II O Woodson 30 acres A T education from private schools nnd J II lion land and wife went to this afternoon from 2 to 5 oclcck It is Herndon and wifo to J Morgan Richard- Â¬ while a young man clerked in his their little ones to Louisvlllo Friday to fathers store Soon after tho war ho seo Haganbarks Zoological Show and son one house and lot in Brandenburg her birthday Ilardinsburg yesterday They report it n most wonder- Â¬ Mr Thos Ditto Sr tells us ho fenrs was licensed to practice law In 1807 ho Museum Rev FN Petty and wife of PnteR- Orchard grass seed warranted fresh ville who has chargo of the latesville tho peaches are killed as a drop of forty was elecled to tho Legislature where ho ful nnd Interesting show Julius Dutschke IIoll Ky In 1870 he was elect Â¬ mission has moved to this city nnd degrees in temperature will almost in served ono term Miss Kiltie Munford Is visiting friends Physicians prescriptions carefully pro variably prove fatal Pears apples cher-Â¬ ed Criminal Judge of this district then in Brandenburg Miss Kittio has ono of taken rooms in News building pared at Martins pharmacy Many of the great offerings We but a ries all small fruits aro safe and as Mr composed of tho counties of Brecken- Â¬ tho most interesting classes in the Irving Early buyers have the choice of our delusion mixture of moonshine and mis- Â¬ Ditto is a great fruit grower we consider ridge Hardin Meude Grayson Ohio ton 8unday School nnd judging from tho bargain counters Sulzers That is Sulzers Motto representation He attended the marri Â¬ Davles and Hancock The position only bright littlo faces of her pupils they con This may do for just him authority Shors that fit your feet and give you once but folks are not hankering after it ago of Mr Will Brown and Miss Beulah lasted for four years tho act creating the sider her a pretty teacher and we ngree and they mean busi Â¬ comfort to wear them Sulzers for steady diet Vest Henderson last Wednesday and reports office having Been repealed by tho Legis Â¬ with the little fellows ness Judgo A sensation yes a delightful one is to tho bride as most becomingly attired and lature and tho office abolished Mr and Mrs Morris Beard of Ilar Â¬ There is a view on foot to organize n slip on a nice pair of shoes and wait in tho groom likewise About a hundred Murray was later n candidate for Circuit Boy View Reading Circle dinsburg spent Sunday in the city A lady of J C NOLTK Assignee Judge of tho district as now composed our town is using her influence to that Itev S G Shelley and wife went to yain for your feet to hurt you If you and fifty guests witnessed tho ceremony but was defeated His career as Crimi Â¬ end and is qulto hopeful that success would experience this senation then buy Both young people are exceedingly pop- Â¬ Louisville Monday returning Tuesday ular and begin life under flattering aus- Â¬ nal Judge however won for him con- will attend her efforts having secured your shoes of Vest Dr A A bimons spent a few days at rv Heury Wornica passed through town pices which wo hope may never change siderable merit and made him olio of tho promiso of help from some of tho Lebanon Ky very pleasantly last week According to statement tho As You the most prominent jurists iu this sec- Â¬ leading spirits in any good enterprise yesterday moving to Daviess county Another cold snap just a reminder near Uwensboro his future home IKOPItlUTOItb May success attend the enterprise Mr Like It club met with Mr nnd Mrs W tion of the Stato that you need warm clothing Sulzers Wornica is from Meade countv mjar F Grinnell in full numbers The girls IIo has nlwajs lived in Clovcrport Our public school taught by MDow el F L Boyd spent Sunday witfi bis Brandenburg He sold his farm there were liidesccnt fn more than one senso peemlng to prefer It but there is no ofEkion will soon close Wo under- Â¬ family and returned to Ilendcrosn Mon- Â¬ soino timo ago to Lark Basham and has of tho word and the beaux were profes doubt but that he could havo won honors in his profession in a much larger stand Miss Ada Drury of Bewleyville day rented a place in Daviess Misses Mr Wornica sional in courtesy and attention EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use will teach the spring school and will Agnes Malin on the violin and Pearle field Ho was a thorough student of tho A branch of tho Woman Suffragist As-Â¬ is a good farmer and a reliable gentlemamake an effort to build up a permanent 17 10 lo 1720 TIAI V ST wo wisli him success inhsnew Ditto on piano rendered vocal and in Â¬ law and bore the reputation hero of sociation has been organized in Owens n-and school This community is sufficiently is uim a strumental duets Dick Ditto and Pearle being ono of tho most able and conciso able both home bo ro intellectually and financially In eery case that Mr R N Miller whose card appears delimited tho audience on piano and pleaders at tho bar Sweet and butter milk for tale at Mrs came up of any magnitude Judge Mur- Â¬ to support a nrst class school and mny The Beit Shoci Floga Carters over Ilnnimans furuituro in this Iesuo of tho News has n cently mandolin with beautiful selections of the effort in that dhection bo brought Hk for the Least Money dfig Dicks own composition Miss Virgio ray was always on ono side or the other locAted at Hardinsbug and openol a law store with success office there Ho is a young mtn but Rhodes played sweetly Miss Eva Hern- Â¬ On other subjects aside from that of his Jas It Skill mau goes to Morganflold R M Jolly agent for tho Pheonix profession he was considered well in- Â¬ don played Old Kentucky Home has tho ability and enrgy to make Ills FITF0R to day IIo is looking out for a place to Insurance Compauy paid to tho conHome Sweet Home Old Folks at formed expressing views that wero 58 mark in tho profession Mr Miller has A KING locate tractor of tho Munford mansion which been practicing several years and is very Home in which tho whole club joined broad liberal and well founded Over Ono Million Tcoplo wear tbo Miss Nellie Beverley gave a candy trustworthy and Socially he wis very generally admir- Â¬ burned a short time since 1000 in cash W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos reliable IIo was re- Â¬ with a vim A happy feast musically pulling last Friday to many of her cently elected County Attorney but in and socially was partaken ed He never forgot a friend Ai r hoe nrn rqunllr It was a on the 17th For this thousand dollars They rIto the txt Tolue for tho money ailnfaitory i uer rquai custom snocs in stylo ana at friends pleasure to him always to favor thoso the Insurance Company only received connection with the duties of his office A pointer for your Cloverpott gentle Their wearing qualities aro unsurpassed 000 SB If you want any insurance call on lou ynccinro unuorm siarapeu on solo We can make it warm for you that is he will handle any other legal business man who was tempted to follow Susan whom he minglt d with socially and we x rxiti nr mrrm vsTh fiuiniuiuiuTvu over omcr manesoa we can -Ii your dealer cannot mpply not if ho over denied a favor to Mr Jolly ho represents a good relinblo wo can fit you out with warm clothing smrZ that may be intrusted to him B or Aunt Susan old seventy- - doubt as dear NT any one if within bis power to grant it company and if you sustain a loss tho S5Knnmelleil Cnlf Cordovan French Sulzers lourdJiss Aniuony iscaiicu siio Jias a nnl Koncoroo Occupying the station which Judgo Mur- Â¬ company makes It good with as much sBRANDENBURG Miss Jessiu Kyier pf latesville is vis- Â¬ definite reason for not marrying No 3 BO H0IIC8 511068 3 SOlK NMb IiHMmPH Fm speed as possible Honest rquaro deal ray did intellectually nnd also in tbo at and iS2 WoUingmen TszsuLi man alio says has ever said to mo let iting Miss Cora Weatheiholt and Miss CjRl JS2BO Will Capsrko is at home for a short us work together in the great causo you fairs of tho business world it more than ing ia his motto Wjf SChOOl SIIMI Mary Ryan Wt Limes j iou ina sia stay Mr Henry Jolly from Missouri is vis often came in his way to bestow acts of If your dealer cannot lupply XRov S G Shelley will preach at Holt IITWIS 1C THE have undertaken and let mo be your uu wruu fur vuwivKue awr awv JUCMJ BCJ Z This he could do and he iting relatives in tho neighbo hood Herbert Worland has been at homo for companion and aid SSSli When he does I kindness -Sunday morning at 11 oclock and here soveral days W L Douglas always did it His familiar face will bo His presence among us recalls an amus Â¬ mBBii A T bBftt will say I am yours truly So if your at 010 p m IN Titr lSStmrnmrnimimmLL w Ilroculon Mom Tho Tell City passed up last Sunday citizen wishes to follow on to Atlanta to greatly missed among the people of Clo ing incident connected with tho mar Â¬ Apples oranges lemons cocoanuts with a number of tho City of Missouris the great Womans Convention ho can verport He had a great attachment for riago of his father and mother in this figs dates candy nuts c for sale at passengers do so prepared but if I mistake not no his home town and a warm placo in his county yenrs ago Her parents objected C C Martins heart for the friends among whom ho as- Â¬ to tho union and it was necessary to act The infant child of Mr and Mrs Elvlce such pursuit will bo undertaken Our HJorn to tbo wifo of Mr Martin S Wimp has been quite ill at Judgo J F own state hastily to secure tho prize he coveted so S L SULZER holds tho coveted prize and as sociated daily Judge Murray was married in 1801 to liko young Lochlnvar of old ho mounted Wbltford Saturday Jan 10th a fine Woolfolks but is now better of it so very few famous women in I think girl Jennie Yove To this union his steed and hied him to his lady loves Rah for tho Confederate Veterans who the world have married History shows Mies Malissa Skillman PEACHES KILLED NINETEEN BARGES LOST In 188t abode nnd taking her up behind him Herbert Beard canio down from Ilar Â¬ are chivalrously rallying to tho support us that a woman can not serve two idols thero were born six children dinsburg Friday enroute to Owensboro of Mrs Helm of EHzabethtown a home and a career and make both his first wife died and in 1885 he was oven barefooted in her haste rodo gal Jack Frost Again Plays Havoc on Further Details of tho Disaster to the Bro Walton gave a practical sermon successful Mnldranghs Hill and roturned Saturday Francis Wlllard is wedded married the second timo to Mrs Mattie lently away to victory Big Towboat Boaz last Sunday Behold the lamb of God to tho temperance causo and would not Graham Latrobe of Brandenburg His Mrs Dr J L Moot man and son The accident of tho steamer Boaz was Death of a Bright Little Boy From tho best information at hand yield a now campaign plan for the plea present wife and two children survive Frank are spending soveral weeks with that taketh away the sins of the world Littlo James Harold Flaherty tho two tho peaches on Muldraughs Hill wero not so bad ns at first leported but she Miss Daisy Mclntyre spent Saturday of a lover Rosa Bonheur has too much him friends at Glendeane Ky Tho funeral occurred from his resi Â¬ months and flvo day old babo of Mr and killed by tho seveio freezo last Friday lost nineteen barges of coal Tho disastnnd Sunday at home She is getting ot the masculine element to suit a lover Mrs A B Skillman wont to Louisvillo Mrs Joseph L Flaherty died on Wed Â¬ night Rev along beautifully with her Ekron elass and animals to go on canvas are far more dence at 230 oclock yesterday Mr Jii9 Tnlbott who hns ono of er WrtS caused by tho breaking of a cam yesterday to spend Beveral days with hor B Rutledge conducted the services nesday January 2nd 1805aftoran illness tho largest orchards and is ono of tho rod on tho boat leaving her at the mercy Mr Z T Herndon came to say Good attractive Florenco Nightingale had the W niece Mrs Rena Graliam bye last Sunday nnd farewell to Ken- Â¬ sweet serenity the tranquillity the soft Â¬ He was hurried in tho old family grave of only a few hours While tho fond best informed fruit men iu tho country of tho current The crow were ordered Owensboro invested 150000 in tho tucky as a homo His family will follow ness of gold locks to parents lovingly yearned for the recovery reports that every peach iu his orchard on the barges while tho boat went to attract but she re Â¬ yard at the east end of tho city erection of new buildings within tho shortly of their darling child tho angel spirit of is dead Mr Frank Quiggins reports tho shore to repair tho damage It was fused many offers her life work Sweet city limits during the past year AFTER A LONG LIFE To night Monday littlo Jim took its Ulght to the realms of that ho has been unable to iTnd a livo expected that tho barges could lis kept Miss Jen Hardin faced Jean Ingelow the Cary sisters eternal bliss Public judgment soon catches on to will enteitain As You Like It bud on his place Soveral others report together until tho broken camrod could and Clara Barton and many others have all Death of Mri Mary Ellen Cofer Wid- Â¬ Weep not kind parents your babo is tho samo thing This is a serious ca- Â¬ bo fixed but they ran upon tho rocks as fads thats why tho people are watch Â¬ Miss Kitty Munford of Guston will be been womon bachelors striving to safe in tho arms of Him who said Suf- lamity to Hardin county and especially stated and nineteen of them wero sunk ing our bargain counters Sulzers guest of honor ow of Chief Justice Oofer mould the opinion of the world into their Tho remainder twolvo barges wero safe Â¬ fer little children to come unto mo and to fruit growers aud Elizabethtonn Pleasant as spring Kentucky is truly channel of thought A Plenty of work this spring All three I am reading Mrs Mary Ellen Cofer widow of Chief forbid them not failure of a peach crop two years in suc- Â¬ ly landed after somo difficulty by tho of the brick plants will as soon as tho tho battle ground of the elements and Dodo and I find Mr Atqulth married Justice Cofor died hero Tuesday at noon Little Jim hu forever Rone they aro constantly at war making hu Â¬ her to bo entertained at home IIo cer- Â¬ cession has never before occurcd on crew It is thought probablo that somo weather permits resume operations after an Illness of only four days Mrs ot the sunken barges can bo raised and And till lou we deeply feci Muldraughs Hill and it means a loss ot man beings their victims tainly did admire brilliancy It is well Cofer was the daughter of Mr ChristoÂ¬ Hut to heaen he hai flown Judge EH Brown and Hon Chapeze the coal upon them recovered No lives B 0 Circlo will meet to morrow The many thousand dollars known to all who know me that I believe pher Rush of this county and was born Anil God our wounds will heal Wathen Owensboro came up yesterday Tuesday aftornoon with Miss May Dee in the largest liberty for women in the Mr Jas Talbott says in addition to wero lost to attond tho funeral of Judge Murray He hat faded from our light near EHzabethtown in 1835 She was a The Boaz was at tho head of tho island Pusey and Miss Maude Herndon will be matter of work I believe she stands tho peaches being killed that nearly all Like a vltlon or a atory great sufferer for several years from rheu James King has hauled quite a num the guest of honor Upward he hat taken hit lllght the cherries and plums aro also destroy- Â¬ above hero yesterday pumping out somo Miss Lula Lewis upon the samo platform as man with tbo matism but the immediate cause of her ber of staves to the pike the past week will read To a mansion ol glory ed thero are no livo cherries on his of the barges that viro leaking Owenssarao rights exactly and entitled to all death was stomach trouble He says the roads aro in a bad condition She was A Fill EN I placo except of tho morollo variety and boro Messenger Percy G Young has returned from the privileges She has the right to do married to Martin Hardin Cofer in 1852 You will put your foot into n good Florida anil reports that Mr Marcus anything that she can do well no plums except of tho damson kind Court of Appeals and to When the war broke out and her hus Â¬ Death of Mr Fraus thing when you get it into a pair of our Moremen lost on tho ground by the follow hor tastes in this matter I EHzabethtown News L St L T Ky Co vs Stephens etc as a man band was made Colonel of a Confederate Ciiknault Ky Jan 10 Mr J U snow and wet weather protectors Sul freeze at least two thousand bcxes of follow 8 his Open all doors of Appeals from Breckenridgo Oircnlt usefulness regiment she went South with him At Fraus died Jan 10th 1805 after an ill The State Treasury zjrs oranges to her eutranco and all places of position the battle of Shiloh Col Cofor was badly Court Jan 18 1805 To Lo leported ness of five weeks at the residonco of his Deiuitsient ov Puiimc Insthuctiov Do you know that our big business Mr R II Moremen has been suffering to her occupancy But with every and Opinion of tho court by Judgo Ilazelrigg wounded in the thigh and Mrs Cofer daughter Mrs George Gilllland Che Fhankfort Ky Jan a 1805 gota bigger and bigger every day which from iuflamatlon of cuticles of tho skin all callings open to women all those affirming uursed him back to health They had nault Breckenridgo county Ky aged To County and City Superintendents proves to you that our methods arerlght or more properly of the follicles t tubu- Â¬ famous characters to the contrary that A married woman cau not bo estopped but one child Harvey Cofer who died 77 He was burled hi Meade count at I reuret to inform yon that tho Stato lar dopreesion of the skin Ho is better ot marrying a man you love and making Vest from as3ei ting title to her lands except in 1884 after ho had attained his major-Â¬ tho old Fraus burlng ground Treasurer is unablo to honor in full my a home for loved ones Is the highest call- Â¬ ity Her husband died in 1881 after he Â¬ The gas well is still going down down after treatmont IIo leaves tno daughters Mrs George warrant for tho January payment ot tho on tho ground of fraud She can be di Mr Virgil Hardin of Holt will have a ing on earth ana what is true of one is had down nnd the good work still goes on served a part 61 two terms on the Gillllaudand Mrs Rullle T Owings of remaining School Fund duo for tho cur vested of her interest only in the man Â¬ Taylor Haynes says its going to be a family reunion this week His sisters truo of the other No matter what pub- Â¬ Stato Appelate Bench n part of his firat ner prescribed by tho Statute Tho writ Â¬ Meade county and sov nil grand chilront j ear Checks for one half the Mesdames Martin and Herndon Miss lic position a man may fill his highest gusher It is COO feet tertnos Chief Justice Ho died shortly dren Mr Fraus is well and favoably amount ill bo sent you next uqek in ing in question not only does not divest Dont heItato about a few dollars it Jen Hardin Misses Eva and Maide of and best office is home If that is neg after he was elocted for tho second term known throughout her of title but is not binding on hor for Breckenridgo and timo for you to make payment to that any purposo may save your life a doctors bill or a this place nnd Mrs Dan Roberts family lectt d no great achievement else whero and was succeeded by Judge Lewis and a void contract can V Meade counties ond has many friends extent on tho second Saturday 12th in- Â¬ can atono for its lack Our girls and our long spell of sickness keep your feet of Ekron will bo present not operate as an estoppel There is no Mrs Cofor was a very bright and en Â¬ and relatives in each county stant warm and dry Sulzers Mr R II Nevitt has placed a hand Â¬ boys are called especially to this work tertaining woman and news of her death such thing as a parol dedication of real Pleaso to notify your teachers that as estato to a prlvato They como in eery direction and some billiard table in his parlor where he and can not escape tho responsibility use and a railroad Salesmen Wanted will be heard in many parts of the State littlo disappointment as possible muy en corporation Ib leavo a littlo money but a private institution cre Â¬ take entertains his friends in a most delight- Â¬ though they may not measure up- to its with regret She was a consistent mem Â¬ Good wages to sell our nuiscry stock Yours truly sue ated and operated for tho purposo ot away big stacks of goods Join tho band ful way Mrs Nevitt aide in looking fulness man nnd woman together both ber of tho Methodist church and tho Apply for terms Wo will have for En PoitTKB Thompson Of bargain scekeis after the comfort of guests bencothe under tbo same obligations under the funeral took placo from there yesterday Spring and fall 1805 nn immense stock prlvato gain Sulzors same law Many grand good women She was the sister of Mr S II Bush and of apple pear peach plum Helm Bruco for Appellant J L Gannano engineer and Aria functions are doubly agreeable Far JOLLY Apricot Warfield fireman came over with their leigh Straus and Jas W Lewis for Ap Â¬ I see by marriago licenses that Miss novor marry and follow Uvea that are Mr Martin Bush and Mr Isaac Bush of cherry grape etc Also small fruits 0 W Stono seems to bo doing a good pellee engine Sunday from tho Branch to the Lena Gllliland has been installed into high truo and beautiful But home wife and mother include the best minis this county and AV P D Bush of Lou- Â¬ shade and ornamtutal trees roses etc business at this place shops They returned the same even Â¬ tl harness Mlaa Lena tries of life But it is a sad error to sun isville and Robert Bush of HawesviUe We mako a specialty of wholesaling to DISSOLUTION Bland A Lyons new blacksmith Miop ing friend here who heartily wish poae merely a home maker needs no litÂ¬ Kentucky EHzabethtown News large planters direct Wo will sell to The partnership heretofore mUiIur between erary preparation and thia has been tne is about completo Fpk Sale A new and well built dwell Â¬ the may be ever light and as responsible parties and tako noto payablo Stadcr error Tho railroad is building n now depottit consent andIIHall has been dissolved by mutual ing situated In one of tbo beat localities cheerfully worn to the close of lifes pll ing of by gone years which la fast giv- Â¬ in six twelve and eighteen months L SUJcr will continue the bul away The girl baa aaheep ekin now iBokleai Armea Salve this place in Cloverporl cheap A good Iuvet gtimsge Writo us for wholesale prices Address neis and ollcct all accounts due the Arm as well m the boy and can be as well Tbtt Bust Salve ia the world for Cute Wm and Fred Frauk aro preparing to STADKIl A HALL went For particulars call ut the News Marriage License Ed Moore and saturated with correct ideas for useful Soutiiehn Numcry Co Brutoe Sores Ulcers SdtKheumFever neas build a tobacco warehouse hero office Mollis Shirclifl-- H M Greea and A E meanand toitbe well usedueated does notÂ¬ Winchester Tenn that unfits for any responsi Sores TeiterOhapped HaskChtlblah Dr Burch contemplates building a In the death of Judge Murray the Creeellaa J W Clayeesab ami Mollio bility In life from the dusting of a room dwefling house hero In he near future washing UWiea making bread which Corns and all Skin Eruptlow and pos of its beat and ataunebaat Pollock J Will Brown and Beul Head The Nw Josea one Tests Ilobson Franks iUvely cures Pllef or no pay re quired frietuia It never railed on him for a weon T D Brodle and Lena A Gllli- Â¬ all call for our ry beet powers as much showed bb baking powiUr soon bo completed new residence will ATTORNEY AT LAW writing an assay or reading the It Is guaranteed to give perfect satle OLOVERPORT KY tXtr but what he always re ponded It land Haryey II Gwey and Mary K ao as literature or else our knowledge be Â¬ feeUoa or money refund se pure er m gtiat In mt Price if Frank Lyons has a now house in course NeaJua OHM with David R Murray ffieree tor him comes a sham of ataprbox For sale by A J IfUhar almgpowr m th ol eanMrucllon near hero Imn Bridge f CREAM BAKING My friend Mrs Mollle D Carrlco of HopkIn8vIUe is with her sister Mrs Thomas Hamilton nnd I am anticipating a pleasant day with her this week A day of happy reminiscences twill bo of bygono days in dear old Garrett when I was myself i navo rtixivcu a number of programs from Miss Lafoyetto Lulleist who is n student at tho Boston Conservatory of Music Miss Lafio has many friends hero who hope to welromo her again next summer nnd hear that voice divlno Thanks for thoughtful kindness JUDGE J A MURRAY IRVINGTON It seems that Inlngtous Importanco should rcceivo more notico through tho of our racy littlo News so I herewith make my bow to you and ask admittance for that purpoau Glnil lo hoar from you Ed Our young D C says business In his Passos Away at His Homo City In This valuable columns THERES ONE THING YOU CANT DO You AFTER CHRISTMAS Cant Live Without Food POWDER SULZERS GROCERIES Let Good Digestion wait and Health on Appetite on both to Â¬ Seiin Ackermann Brewing Co MAIN STREIETBRRWEIRY timiiiom LOUISVILLE KY W L DOUGLAS Â¬ tm 1J N uS 3 QUA I S4S350 Â¬ Â¬ aa Arm j JkL JfZrJk ryr jr ak im m t Â¬ iS2rva- - XL XK9l0 g Clovcrport Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - itiietl laaay kee Worlds Fair Gus Brown lyal Jav Bt4 m JTWJXfinpx J w 1 8 THE BRRGKHNRIDGE NEWS GLOYRPORT KY Latest A An Important Part of the Greik iuliotiiced I tween tho Church of Russia The Baying Ilrum r scenes furnished by Messrs and Barney Noble who have the thanks liko Voices of Monks In- Ball Breckenridge News PRESTON of teacher and pupils for their assistance tjmiifj Prayers for the Czar WEDNESDAY JAKUAKY 23 1805 are h1s- duo the good people of Wo havo been having real wintry Tianks timo It would tnke whilo the markot I who so generously the ueiithborhoo price which is subject to constant flucweather this January A MAONIFICENT TOMB EPWORTH LEAGUE came forward and offered to contribute tuations might easily vary from its Urandenburg wo missed you last wt i k their services towards making the enter- Â¬ highest to Its lowest limit whilo wo What was the mattei7 Tho chant of the priests voices was Lesson For the Week Beginniag Jan tainment a success and long to be re wero weighing tho nnimnls in ono of the most striking thing that I encoun Mifs Grace Barger whose homo Is in metnbored with pride by Preston pec our big scales For ipstnnco today 20 The Priest the Topic tered In my travels In Russia a year Missouri is visiting relatives here which has been tho biggest day of tho plc ago Never In any placo havo I heard year thus far thero havo bocn received at KcnircuitK HpaiiInoh Ux xxvlll 1 Hrb C A Adkinson Is preparing to give an 18 tho Bourbon yards over 2 100 boat of There Is good reason for thu popularity music nt all liko it More liko tho cry her captor entertainment at ltaymond Wo wish Tho best explanation of llio moaning cattlo nnd about 0000 hogs Supposo of ChatnberluinsCough INmcdy Davis of somo grcnt animal or tho moaning I a man had purchased his bride In wo success of tho ceremonies and symbol of tlio him had to drivo nil of thoso upon tho of a musical wind it seemed than hu tho days of Ethclbcrtnud afterward Buzard of West Monterey Clarion Co llosalo ritual Ik fou in tho book of their Thero The Misses Barger gavo a delightful man tones Dcop strong roaring yet concluded ho had paid too much for her scales to ascertain stock weight can Hebrews As Anrnn iinil hit cons taken social at their home ono evening during Pa saj It has cured people that our men who nro dozens of old in physicians could do nothing for We r oft and melodious it haunted mo as it wns lawful for him to return her to spect n herd of animals and form an es from tholsraolins were tho appropriate the holidays This intoning her former owner and claim again tho timato of their nverago woight which 110 music had over done prlcatly intercessors so Christ become persuaded them to try a bottle of Cham Tho cold wave wo predicted to come berlains Cungli Remedy on I they now whUh forms so important n part of tho purchnso price provided that ho had will be readily accepted by purchasers ns by His calling of God His earthly lifo about Christmas did como euro enough recommend it with the rest of in and death resurrection and ascension Greek church in Russia Is performed not previously expressed satisfaction by the basis of a trade 25 ranking tho brido a present on tho morn to all them that obey Him the author but It forgot to bring us any weddings In a test caso which was mado somo and 50 cent bottlen fur sale by A It by men who aro chosen especially for ing nfter tho wedding of eternal life Ilo is tho Ugh prlost of timo since a man who has had a lifo tho ttcmendous depth of their voices They have been having a gnat relig- Â¬ Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kiuclieloo Tlio next step was tho foster lien tho wliolo raco mid has koiio into tho to bo used iu intoning alouc not sing when tho brido prlco was paid on the long expericuco iu buying nnd soiling a us heavens after ono olIeriiiR of Himself to ious awakening at Union Star 11 Â¬ A Board Hardlnsburp Ky ing Trained nud cultivated into still day of espousal and was supposed to herd of cattlo after inspecting n herd appear lcforo tho mercy scat of God hope that tho good elects of tho meet guessed their nverago of 600 greater strength nnd depth thero is in compensnto tho parent for tho cost of weight nnimnlsono third of a pound of A Good Story wliero Ho over livoth to mako interces ing will ho permanent within It seems sion for us My friend Henry Weissinger who is tho wholo wido world no human sound bringing up his daughtor tho actual liguro ascertained by weighWo were treated to a glimpse of a however that this soon fell into disre ing tho cattlo individually Tho feat superb wedding trosseau tho other day soon to bo married lias just returned liko it John Wrnlrj pute ns thero wns no lnw against tho was accomplished by Mr Ben D Offutt Thero nro only certain patts of tho Â¬ re- Â¬ In any land and in any ago ho would Those elegant dresses and dainty linger- from Paducah where lila luiure half his daughter to nu of this county and is not so extraordina scrvico that aro thus intoned such as fathers engaging havo been n cotiiiiiamllnjr llgutn and in ie aro almost as lovely as tho fair bride sides In ppcaking of his trip ho told an merous suitors taking from each tho ry as it appears becauso similar in Cord havo mercy Halleluiah excellent story which will bear repeat- Â¬ fluential in Hliaping tho destinies of his elect herself foster lien and ot course cheating stances of export guessing ocour hero Qrnnt this O Lord wo pray thee Ho was visiting the owner of a ing follow men As truly as lml lio npos all but 0110 on tho wedding day which Mr Peyton IUshiun and his cousin evory day Louisville Courier-Journlong OGod at thnt time wns only tho tiny of be God but nbooallSavo tlo to tho gentiles was mainly instru Miss Kittle llasham eloped toCannelton largo farm near Paducah and tells his tho lifo of tho czar Over nnd ovor trothal when the snltor gno a wed mental in determining tho worldwide story as follows theso words moaned sighed or plcdgo for the futuro pcrformanco of extension and adaptation of early Chris- tho other week and were married Miss Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is different While Col Taylor and I wero enjoy Â¬ again nro tianity and rescued it from tho daugct Kittle is a handsome young lady and as ing our cigars after dinner an old col- and roared likon varying wind through his contract If tho suitor did not claim from all other cough remedies It cures she is handsome of degenerating into mncrolowish sect galleries of tho splendid his brido within two yoars after tho by allaying the inflammation and giving ored man approached with his hat in tho arches and so John Wesley was tho ono who ir S J Brashear Jabez Brashear Chos churches of tho most splendid country wedding day ho forfoited all right to tone strength vigor and vitality to tho Gods providenco so Ifolpod to arouse 0 Graham and Win M Frymire have a his hand and in being asked what was of thn world her and to wliatovcr tnonoy or goods ho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for wanted replied and shapo tho religious lifo of tho eight This means Thero is a priest in tho Church of St had paid for her If tho woman or her sale by Short lot of ice stowed away fine Haynes Cloverport Kurnel Taylor Izj gwino to quit de Saveur in Moscow who wns pardoned father broko their promises tho father plenty of ice cream milkshake lemon Â¬ M had to givo tho suitor four times ns Dt R H McMullln McDaniels plnntashun and go to town and brought back from Siberia solely ade etc next summer Co Buras Geo Hoyser Con- Â¬ much ns tho suitor had already paid Meyer Anything wrong Mo3es uked the becnuso of tho extraordinary depth of tho Drury A Taylor Rosetta stantino him The Preston Debating Society elected Colonel tones of his voice As civilization advanced tho brido Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E nuw officers last Tuesday night Mr Theso groat baying bull liko voices Not zactly wrong Kttrnol but prico was given to tho woman horsolf Juno Bruner was chosen president with Speak right up Mosib Dont I pay bring to their owners It is said a very and became hor dowry whilo nowa Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols M v fcJy good income Tlio last part of tlio Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Mr S Y Bassett as vice presi lent Miss you fair wages is always tho loudest nud tho last days tho tables aro frequently turned Ky Etta May Allen secretary with Miss Yrs sah and tho brido sottlcs tho mouoy on her words In a tremendous final roar aro Carrie Barger us assistant secretary Havent you got a good cornhusk bed always tho potition to save long fiom husband Kato Fields Washington IUiud to ia it iortln Miss Delia Grcenwell gavo her pupils to sleep on death tho czar Uuliko tho Latin servico Miss Isabel Darlington daughter of at Stoney Point a concert at the close of Yes sah Marvelous Results of tho Koman Catholic church tho com- Â¬ ox Congressman Darlington of West school Everybody that was fortunate mon pcoplo of Russia can nndorstruid And I dont work you too hard From a letter written by Rov J Gun Chester Pa is bound to bo n lawyer much of tho servico of their church ns derman of Dimondhle Mich wo are Sho has already patsed tho required pre Â¬ enough to bo in attendance says that it No sah liminary examination nnd been regl t a part of it is in modern Russian and was very nice indeed and showed what a Then whats tho trouble permitted to mako this extract I have thu rest in old Slavonic Thus that cry tcrcd its n lnw student iu tlio office of live energetic and painstaking teacher Waal Kurnel you has dun gone an which rings through tho churches to no hesitation in recommending Dr ex Judgo Thoiua3 S Butler Miss Darcan accomplish when alio has tho will set a spring gun in de meat house save tho life of tho czar is understood Kings New Discovery as tlio results lington was her fathers privato secre- Â¬ Yes but I must keep my bacon from aud iclt by tho humblest subject iu were almost marvelous in tho caso of my tary while ho was in Washington There was ono elderly lady ono middle-aged That spring Russia lady two nbont half way be Â¬ being stolen you know wife While I was pastor of the Baptist A Sure Itemedy Although this intoning can bo hoard church at Rives Junction shb was brought tween what you call joung ladies ono gun wont hurt you Passenger Captain pant you recom Â¬ Yos got two acres of watermillyons overywhero iu tho churches throughout down with Pneumonia succeeding La JOHN WESIr7 young lady two little boys and Uo genmend any enro for seasickness ecnth century that vital piety was saved tlemen These a e tho characters tho ans yos gwino to put poison Into all do Russia tlio best cxamplo of it Is per Grippe Terriblo paroxysms of coughing Captain Certainly my good sir aud haps in tho famous Alexander Novbky would last hours with liltlo interruption from threatened eclipso or extinction in scene is laid in a room in a spacious hi melons as fast as ley git ripe ono that nover fails All you havo got monastery In St Petersburg At 4 tho English speaking world and socioty country home All were seated around I may put jalap in Mus s to make iu tho shado of a overy afternoon tho priests chant and it seemed as if she could not survive to do is to lio down in Britain from a rovolution moro bloody thu fire a few days ago all this happen tho thieves sick If I didnt do some- Â¬ oclock heard thero aud no traveler them A friend recommended Dr Kings trco in full leaf aud avaylt goes can bo and torriblo than that of France Thu KohMl- un- Â¬ thing eviry melon wjitd walk off you should miss this extraordinary spectnclc New Discovery it wa quick In its work history of his lifo roads liko romance ed conversing amiably altogether Trial In tho winter when tho highor classes and highly satisfactory in results Highly educated in tho best schools of mindful of the coming storm No ono know An dey say Kurnel Taylor dat yo nro iu town thero aro lctng Hues of ele bottles free at A R Fishers drug store knows for a certainty how it began but tho kingdom a fullow for years of Lincoln college Oxford ho was yet a man wo believe the middle aged lady started am gwino to count do pgt an chickens gant conveyances at tho aoor that havo Regular size 60c and 100 CURES DISEASE brought tho fashiouablo Russian dovo an ducks an geeso twice a day arter dis popular with tho people Conservative that reverberating roar on politics LAND Tho Electropaise gao me complete re- Â¬ THE WALUUS ON tees to hear tho monks chant But nt by nature ho found himself conscien- Such a conglomeration it proved to he continued thu old man lief excruciating pain In three ap all times of tlio year it is n rosort not tiously and providentially led into prac One of tho gentlemen had nervo enough Yep I may do that as somu of them Ililplv only for Russians but for thu straugcrs lie la Jut nt Would Ilo n a Canalboat plications I also find itgood for treating tices which t ccnied at times radical to admit that he was a Populist the oth Â¬ aro apt to wander away tho hotels Tlio monastery 1b at from not revolutionary They generally prov Â¬ As might bo expected n walrus is childron for their numerous ailments An dey tells mo dat du dawgs am tho cud of tho fashionable Novsky Pros ed to bo only reformatory Persecuted er ono in eloquent terms showed up the O T Soden Co with Bridgoford about ns helpless on laud as n canalboat gwino to be turned loose to guard do pokt the Fifth nvonuo of St PetersBy the way havo often by mobs of tho lowest olemeuts oi colors of the tJ 0 P It is with no littlo difficulty and much Louisville Ky yams an street con at night an a line burg In tho green iucloturo there nro bociety instigated by officers of the you noticed hero of late how awfully hitching and floundering that ho drags Mr G W Flint of Skylight Ky says church and state ho lived to disarm all awful conceited these Breckenrldgo of bartraps sit all about do cotton gin many buildings connected with tlio his hugo bulk upon a sandy shore ovon monastery but it was to tho chapol I suffered for years with my kidneys opposition and receivo honors such as county Uepublicans are You can tell an de milk house with tho boosting lio gets from behind few men over havo received from their them at sight everything about them Perhaps s Moses but how can that whero tho monks chant tho evening by tho breakers ns they roll in aud dash inflammation of the bladder and enlarge sorvico that wo first directod our stops countrymen His iuflucuco a century ment of tho prostrate gland After a to say Behold in me a Republi aflect you ono afternoon lata in Tuna Fnrbaok in against him His hind flippers nrp of short trial of the Electropolso I am en- Â¬ after his death is vastly moro than dur seems on land nud on saud or peb How it gwino to alTi ct me I cant tlio dimncsH in a chaucol behind two littlo Well let tlieni enjoy it wiuie ing his lifo Nations unborn iu his day can Tho young zactly splain to jo Kurnel how do altars was a collection of largo brawny bios whero his front flippers do not tirely relieved and feel twenty years hold his namo iu honor and rovcrence they can twont last long lady in the room was undecided You pomposity of all sich pn judice am gwino men Their long black robes high hold well tho labor of floundering for- younger God for tho gift of such a man ward is so great that hu uovtr stirs bo I havo derived more benefit from the see she had been brought up on true to git me shot by dat guncotched in ono black velvet caps nud long flowing yond the edgo of tho water aud usualChristian Unity or Union of de in traps or undo sick on one of dem voils nil of black magnified tholr ly lies with his body half awash with uso of Electropolso than from all other Democratic doctrine and fed Jefferson Much is heard regarding Christian ian simplicity and Jackson rigidity with in illy one but wheu I lay down at night height anil their imposing appearance I think it tho tho salt spray dashing over him liko remedies combined and church union nt tho present timo a spoon when a babe and sho finds il an think it all ober my variegated opin Their beards wero long nnd heavy torrents of rain On solid rock or ico ho grandest Invention of tho ago It can locks of hair hung liko thick mauos on A lcuuion of tho Methodist Episcopal Mrs M E gets along much bettor and often a not be praised too highly hard to renounce this good old faith of yun am to do alack dat do sootier I git their shoulders church and tho Methodist Epihcopal miles from dis plantashun de Thoy wero already chanting when herd will spread bovcrnl rods back from Gorman Sadieville Ky August 20 Church South is groatly desired by her fathers But you see thero is a fotecn young man whose wishts and sentiments quicker I kin draw a long bred without wo entered In thoso peculiar organllko tho waters edgo John II Davis Esq of Barboursville many Tho females mid younger walruses tones which I found tho most impress The Electropoise is tho best all Tho matter of slavery over which count for something here aud he hap Â¬ jumpin two feet an fueling dat suthin to Ky ive thing iu Russia How that sttnngo havo fnr less development of neck Trifle Gossipy in Louis tho division occurred in 181 J lias long pens to bo a Bepublicau So the grand has busted encumber them and thcreforo enjoy around doctor I know of My wife suf- Â¬ volnmo of sound moaned and roso aud been hcttlcd Somo dream of and fond old banners of Democracy had to bo up villo Post fered from effects of la grlppo for several fell throughout tho structnrol How it moro freedom cf motion than tho old years also a complication of ly hopo for tho union of nil Protestant held by those two go between ladies I other ail- Â¬ mules who actually seem n groat bur bodies iu ono grand church organizaSome folks will think that Dr Bells wailed hi our ears liko n mighty wind In- Â¬ Now both these ladies told you about Now she is entirely well and always whether loud or soft iu tlio den to themselves Theso creatures are ments tion Cardinal Gibbons voicos tho hopes hardly si cany fitness in the female sex Pine Tar Honey is no better than the saddest sweetest nlolodyl There were strictly social in their habits nud always digestion bothored me a great deal am of many others that all Christendom But they could not common cough remedies until they try half rooitativo eoIos chantod first by go in herds whether traveling feeding now well Ono ot my neighbors is using may speedily ncknowlcdgo ono spiritual arguing politics fighting or resting ashore In tho days it for lung trouble and reports improve- Â¬ head on earth and becomo ono fold un take everything from those who wero on it Then they will know for themselves ono voico and taken up by tho others boforc tho slaughter of nil liviug creaLord grant UP Lord havo mercy der such n shepherd That sectarian nnl tho wrong side That Populist and that its tlio best on earth For sale by tures becamo n ruling passion iu tho ment Haynes Cloverport Dr It they wailed and moaned until it seem mositius nro greatly abated and practi Republican etood up on tho floor and Short As a curative agent the Electropoise broast of man tho Pacifio species ined ns if tlio bound wonld nover again cal co operation iu bono vol en t enter harangued for two hours and it seemed II McMullln McDanielsjM Meyer habited tho wholo of Bering sea and can not bo equaled Nearly 1000 have leavo my oars prises revival efforts and reform meas liko it was all thrown right at those two Co Ultras Geo lleyser Constantino iu herds which often contained been put out from tliisofllco in the last After n timo It ceased and thon tho straits ures aro rapidly drawing Christians of nud oven tens of thousands of three months Democratic ladies So they wero com Â¬ A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett procession of toworing blaok robed thousands ull names moro closely together is ap St Nicholas pelled to retuliato In the absenco of any Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irv monks came out into tho body of tho individuals parent Doctrinal differences aro less Finally Ington Ky Juo P Nichols Garfield thing masculino on their side emphasized and doctrinal standards aro chapel leaving but littlo room for us Electropolso put out on trial for A new theory in the treatment of being greatly modified as wo crowded ourselves against tho coughs lung and bronchial affections has four months for 10 Send for valuable they wero compelled to eleso tho argu Â¬ Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Viows aro bo Placing thomsolves witlt tholr wall coming much nliko in churches once ment for lack of time when that auda- Â¬ backs toward ns aud their faces toward been advanced by the manufacturers of book free widoly separated in creed Emphasis is cious Republican A MISSING BOY in tho blandest of laid on truo personal piety of heart and tones invited tho ladles to a sleigh ride tho altar iu a soaiicirclo thoy began Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey it is truly a DUBOIS WEBB All dealers sell holpful activity Fraternal relations aro We of course forgetting everything In again their chant in a different and wonderful remedy Some Information as to the Where- Â¬ much louder refrain 300 Fourth Avcuuo IiOiiUvlIlo Ky For sale God savo long it on a positive guarantee strengthening with tho passago of years Â¬ abouts of Earl Head Ileal and substantial Christian unity is tho prospect ol such a treat blindly actho lifo of tho emperor Nover shall I by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr becoming a fact Tho intermingling of cepted And would you believe he took About December i fl 1801 an advertise- forgot that semicirolo of black monu R II McMullln McDanlelB M Meyer JAMES B PACE us about two miles when ho politely in- Â¬ tho young iicoplo of various denomina mental figures nor tho waves of sound A Co Buros Geo Hoyser Constan- Â¬ ment was inserted in tlio Messenger for that tions iu conventions under tho nuspices formed us that if we would not then and still vibrated on tho air aftor tholr tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Stommer and buyer of of a common society tho recognition of there swear allegiance to tho llepubli- - Earl Head a white boy saying he disap- Â¬ voices had coaled A Co Bewleyvillo Ky W E Brown brother-in-laeach other as pursuing ono common can party for all timo to come that ho peared from tho home of his Wo turned away and walked across Irvington Ky Juo PNichols Garfield aim is powerfully assisting tho work of near the wagon factory a fw days tho green courtyard whero many rich would dump us out and leavu us to unifying tho Christian church But wade tho deep snow hack to tho houso before Tho Messengers correspondent Russians aro burlod All Russians es Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Christian fraternity anil unity is one at Powers writes that a boy giving his teem it a acred privilego to ba burled AN- Dthing while organio union is a far dif Â¬ Aud he kept his word it is needliss to namo as Earl Head stayed all night at in tho soil surrounding a monastory Tlietiilstodea wad ferent mnttcr It is doubtful if tho lat say those two Democratic ladles Themis toclcs tho heio of Salamls aud utnong thoso who lio hero is tho that place on Dec 28 and said ho lived ter over will bo desirable Local gov cd4 was fiont into bauishmciit by tho pracTurgenelT Wo travorsed Hu here and was trying to get to Irvington novelist eminent by states is found desirablo in morous cloisters with now and then tice of ostracism This was a puroly Tho following Is thu program of the He is very likely thu same boy as his tho tall blaok veiled monks passing us Athouinu device to prevent any citizou our national lifo Probably donomlua close of old home is in Breckenrldgo county and until wo reached tho chapel of Alexan tional organization with a largo meas entertainment given here at the becoming too great When any man no- Cloverport Ky Pierces Factory ure of co oporation and eutiro spirit oi school his father and brother went there from der Novsky tho czar monk who lies quired such prominence ns to bo unsafo Ily the entire school bone Clrdies Hall fraternity will always bo advisable Louisville in search of him He is de- Â¬ buried hero buried In such a tomb as to tho state n number ot citizens de 1N0 P BEVERLY Manager Christian unity always organio union Tableaux manded n vote which wns taken by r Waiting for the raln School scribed as being red headed 14 years no other man ovor had for it Is of solid notyotl a Kveninj prayer Oertrudo Allen old and has but one eye Owensboro silver woigliing 3250 pounds Not writing on shells the namo of tho too only tho sarcophagus but tho ultar near prominent citizen If a majority voted Too hot Horace Darner 3 Messenger Christian Truth UniiiovaUlc I he kick boy Adolplius Knott which it btaudsiwd also tho rails which against him ho wns iiout into oxile uot 4 It is tho connection of overy truth Mrs Jarleya Wax Worki becaiibo ho had douu anything but for surround it aro of solid silver A like with tho mediation of Christ that makes Icua fiullliuid ai Mri Jarley Ho staid ness of tho groat czar who was also a fear ho might do something real Christianity to bo uot afraid of the Jjiccr Anibrotc Vends ami lolihua Knott BUCK EYE monk lies on top under a sheet of solid away from flvo to ten years then reprogress of any olass of truths Somo Who made the spiced Viola Knott gold Diamonds and rubies gleam iu turned and resumed his standing as a times in tho infancy of any given set The thing thats right the sconces that hang horo and thero citizen without loss of property or rep- Â¬ Jos iiillland and Sammy Allen cuco plausible thoories aro advanced at Thcmistocles was ostracized and tho key of Adriauoplo framed in utation having a tono of contradiction to Scrip Woman Kuflrage aud wont into oxllo wherq ho was soon jowols hangs near tho silver tomb Ily tlio School with wem by lllanche lry- Is the result of the usual treatment of IDURES NOTHING BUT PILES turo but thoilisoipliuoof a maturo phiaccused of treasonable corrcspotidouco blooa disorders The system U tilled with Straiigomingliugof austerity witlieploii mire losophy nover fails to show that tho con Mercury and Iolusa remedles rooro to I Ho wus about to bo Great lives In this with tho Persians dor Is this wonderful ehnpol lrlmsry Clan Imi A SURE and CERTAIN CURE than thu dlHeaae nnd In H tradiction is not real Truth in the Utile who heads arrested but fled to Persia Ho gained eamo monastory aro tho famous coffers short while Is In a sr worse condition known for id years as the Christian system is full universal and man Dcrore Tlio moat common rcsuu i Ulan U llaync Adillo Knott J Allen an J of jowols nnd gold and gnmsuutold that great iuflueuco nt tho Persian court and I BEST REMEDY fcr PILES froo and no moro fears tho dovolopmout V Knott projected an invasion of Grooco but woru brought from Pprsia on camols BOIVH BY AM lIKVOQIIITfl of any truths than tho mighty ocoau Sunshine through he clouds during tho reign of Alexander died it is supposed by poison before which H fi H Is the most reliable backs for ot rMM4jrsiisicx With Precious llarxi r as Mrs Tardier dreads tho digging up of now wolls or cure A lev bottles will anord roller I his plans could bo realized Exchange Kevsky Cor New York Sun vrnere ull else bas railed Utile irmnaita lrlmary Clan tho sun tho new discoveries of optics I suffarad from a savers attack of Mtrcurlal Pat and lliddy NOTICK Hbauiuatliiiuir aruii and legs being awollan Jonkyn Made iluld bjr lis lirush to more than twlca lutlr natural all canting PENNYROYAL WAFERS Ktta Allen and Auguktus llarger tusinnitatcruclatlogpalni I ipsnthundreat Detaille tho Frenoh paintor whose A HtA mtnM IU4U States InterctUd la tbe Opinio and Whisky Ilous w uunara wiuiouk raiiai uhi iiur iai lolnter a raw uouiaa or studies are all of military lifo looks ev habits to bare one of my bosks on these dis Addle Knoll Horace Hargcr Iannjt Ilargtr trgurordrapMlrand M woelley Atlanta Ua A prosperous iniquity is tho most un eases Address h ery inoh a soldier He is tall sleuder and Viola Knott w nuw urtMOfe wan nisn Hex Wana ess will be seat yen free profitable condition iu tho world Jer Tho graduates coraplatalr cured I Qmmm witt ttMaVUAla la l ni s aud has a martial ulr Detaille knows haartllv ranm Cat mm ptynw K oc jamr mij T emy Taylor MMM WMi vsr mtff wmfurm jyf absolutely nothing of the lifo ol a soltllwr With Lena Gullllandae the Ialry aaietad with tblj painful leM rtuaoci A man has a right to do as ho ploascs A scene In court except what ho has read At tlta age of ii nrooaim aisratsd H H SjupTibira An Interesting story full of thrilling ad 90 be was rather timid but his charac Â¬ With Willie llargcr a Judge OftW only as he pleases to do right j Ourlr atlioon Blood aaj Skin DlwaM uallad v Ml J wrk venture and dramatic HuaUona ter begau to change m soon aa he to Foral by CHA8 p MARTIN Wickedness is never moro thoroughly BWirr sfucirio co Mat a Or Prices CrMtn Baking Pewiter 1 JTTMIM4I UllffUt voted his brush to military subject reincu man oy its own success j In Tkli Pmc Wild mmmmmmmmmmm WhMi fair Htit Award CLOVltHTKV Mi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power US Govt Report Oottlp Man J tlatner as Manel Htln Allen Slander unit AJille Knott m CJad Hall way ilnwn Ota llarirer A rainy Lar Irliniry Clan Im Ions ami tin It irRtr Curfew fanny It lint n Crabtreea wooing With Out turner as Crthtrcr School Sang Wc shall all lie angels Ily Preston lltmirit ItrlKftdr Drill Chanting Priests MARFtlAQE CUSTOMS WEIGH WITH THEIR CYES SECURE A POSITION leslcitrthii A SERVICE OF SONG NO HEARER CAN EVER FORGET ABSOLUTELY PURE Music win 1 In Knglaml Mnrringo customs hitvo changed ev erywhere with thu ndvnuco of civilization Anglo Saxons In ancient times it is said ucil to capturo their wives by force from their fathers or their hus bands It did not matter whiclh This was before Augustine enmu to preach Christianity Then purchase wns more common than capture although the latter seems to havo been frequent enough to tho reign of Etholbcrt to need regulation by law Dy this law a man might mu away with a woman provided lie nfterward paid her previous owner be he father or husband CO shillings If it was husband who had thus been deprived of his wife the womans captor had uot only to pay him tho flno but also to buy him another wife Iu any case tho stolen woman belonged to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ radical Chances That Itnre Taken Place WANTKIIforoffle wiiknn salary In mot Kxin rt Dealers In II 10 Mock Do Not every county In the Middle southern Wealtrn ami a Tew oflhe Northern and Knitcrrl State a Often tun Senlt a Those trotn younff lady or young ffentlrman Tho dcnlurs in livestock who buy and the country alio artepled lixprrlrnce not nee ciaarr In Tact prefer lirglnnera nt a tmall sal soil tho thousands of catlhs hogs nud ary ai first my from I15 to IjO per month sheep which nro daily handled nt tho Manv who started on small nnlarle now ri Mutt he a from sijj Bourbon stockyards must bo oxpurt in crlte workerI75 to umlliper month M11H good and irond reference guessing tho weight of n livo animal nt riepotlt In hank cash ahoutlioo No loan naked II la n ailalied and In conversation with n well no investment nqulredlnr enttr prise H trontrly n gla co permanent position known htocktnati 11 few ilnys ngo ho ex indorsed lr hankers Ildx 4tt Addrcti I NaliviMe Irnn plained why this is necenry It would bo Impossible to weigh tho cattlo iu many cnsesjjccnuso of tlio im menso labor involved and tho length of 11 Â¬ mJyiAfiYVifVV Â¬ In Poor j suil L ii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Health IJuy Willi Â¬ greatest gift health 11IHU1V 0 Â¬ Â¬ Browns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jrnn 1 Â¬ 111 I lore Tj Hjcuarelcellne Mont of toil j weak nnd Generally ex- h Usicd nervous hate no appetite 3iu can 1 uoric e nccln nt oncetakVI all mi pin la n iva- - lie strciiKtiieninj cdlclneAvhkhU nil own s Iron Bit Df is A few hot n tics cure benefit rnmes from the 1 ery first dose it mm 1 nam four ttith and I pleasant to take iij Its Â¬ It Cures Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation Malaria Kidney and Liver Troubles Bad Blood Nervous ailments Womens complaints -- i Cl Â¬ Get only the genuine it hai crossed red lines 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