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Wwwvrr- - yjcyt nnr TV 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 30 1895 NO 28 cc r i is not sufficiently dignified Tho number of mothers in A tho ordinary walks of life silly enough to think that Ignoranco of domestic duties is an accomplishment for their daughters is by no means small This results from a want of true education and common sense There is no just Tlioro is No Such Thing For Wo reason why a young lady should not knead her dough and conjugate n Greek All Loarn Something New Evory verb at tho same tlmo with equal Bkill Many men aro highly educated In their Day That Wo Live calling who were nover educated for it this is Eclfeducati u in its ttuo sense Though It is argued that tho poor have It Is Not What Wo Loarn In School not tlmo for self education this is one of tho great mistakes of lifo It is not tlmo But What Wo Loarn Aftor that wo want it is inclination An earnLeaving It est purpose will either find tirao or make time All may educate to a great ex tent but there is no such thing as a for every man finished education That Fits Us for tho Duties of Life learns something new every day and our education hero is only preparatory for admission into Gods great university Lay Aside Your Books Study from which no man shall ever graduate F II Q Men and Things God RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT And Naturo CHICKAMATJGA that domestic labor 77 UPTON A STIRRING STORY OF LOVE AND ADVENTURE Mr Henry Jolly of McFull Mo is vistlng relatives in Breekenridgo county Ho spent Friday and Friday night with ids uncle T J Jolly took dinner with Bion Jolly Saturday and then wont on his way Mr Jolly has never been in FINISHED CLIFTON MILLS Items scarce and mud plentiful Miss Alma Orenduir is visiting at Gar Â¬ field A teffi PL SL A W J- - EDUCATION Samuel Carden has a severe attack of la grippe Jlr Andy Dyo has purchased a new lot of goods Gcorgo Carter of Louisville is visiting in the neighborhood Miss Oma Claycomb of Webster is visiting her cousin Miss Gola Orenduir Miss Lula Jordan has returned from Guston whero sho has been visiting her cousin Prosperous Little Village of 300 N Souls Situated on the L RR Its Stores Churches Lumber Yard Mill and Excellent Shool all Flourishing A GOOD WORD FOR THE NEWS Â¬ Â¬ AND DO YOUR OWN THINKING TheOwensboroBar Association Pays Tribute to the Memory of Judge Murray Â¬ Cast Off the Yoko of Human Judgment Opin- ion And Cultivate Individual Dress Your Minds B Moro Than Your Bodies I If ft Wo hear much in this ago about a There finished education at college is alas too much truth in the expression finished on tho day of graduation Before the descovery of America Span Â¬ iards prided themselves on tho supposed fact that their country was the last point of solid land on the earth westward Boyond them they thought there was nothing hut a vast expanso of water a shareless ocean a mystery never to be solved Consequently the early coins of that country in order to give prominence to this idea were indented with a pic- Â¬ ture of the pillars of Hercule tho two great sentries on each side of the Straits Encircling these pillars on of Gibraltar their coins was the inscription nothing beyond and how often is it that young men just through college placo the same inscription on themselves nothing be Â¬ yond and there they ceaso to study How few young men meet tho expecta- Â¬ tions raised by their educational advan- Â¬ How a few years sadden loving tages hearts with disappointed hopes How many stats shino brilliantly within col lego walls then go out to be seen no more and all this the result of a finish Â¬ They may have promis- Â¬ ed education ed much at the beginning On their success high hopes were built loving hands were impatient to wreathe their But brows with garlands of victory nlas thoso hopes have been blighted and We see thosi garlands have withered them in tho pulpit at the bar and in all They aro tho other vocations of life failues not for want of mind but for want of application They have not fol lowed up their victories and their victorThey are ies havo turned to defeat resting on the honors of faded laurels It is not what we learn in school but what we Inarn after leaving it that de Â¬ termines our success or failure for tho collection of facts amounts to but little uuleM with those facta we build towers from which to take hlghef and wider -Â¬ Â¬ At a meeting of the Owensboro lmr held in tho circuit court room in Owe ns 1W5 boro on tho 2Ud day of Januurj Major loo llnjcraft priMillrg and l M ham Hughes Iiq aiting as sen elan the death of Hon John Allen ilurri formerly judgo of tho criminal c uit of wd this judicial district was suggesU J A Dean W S Morrison J D A h Ison Geo W Jolly L 1 Little md n T Owen were appointed a coinmrcv to draft resolutions expressive of the feeling of tho members of the bar and tho t stoi in In which they hold Judgo Murray At an adjourned meeting held on the 23d day of said mouth tho said commit teo t ported tho following resolutions which were adopted as tho unauimous sentiments of the meeting viz Jletohal That it is with profound re Â¬ gret and sorrow that we have learned of the death of Hon John Allen Murray of Clovsrport Ky Thut as judge of tho criminal court of this judicial district we recognized in him an able conscientious and upright jurist and an alTtible courteous and dig Â¬ nified officer That as a member of tho bar he was universally esteemed for his ability courtesy high minded integrity and candor and as a man for the noble gener osity of his naturo That in his death the bar has sustain- Â¬ ed tho loss of one of the most cherished beloved and illustrious members and the community ono of its purest most patriotic and useful citizens That we deeply deplore his loss and heroby tender to his bereaved family our profoundest sympathy That tho Daviess circuit court which is now In session ba requested to spread upon its records the proceedings of this meeting and these resolutions and that copies of same be furnished tho prefs and tho original transmitted to the fami Â¬ Â¬ Tho next time you meet Willie Parr call him Pnpa and watch him smile Its n girl Messrs Joo Claj comb Georgo Carter and Henry Jordan spent Sunday with Victor Orenduir Mrs Frymiroaud son havo returned to their home from a long visit to friends and relatives nt Concordia The now millers Messrs Auberry and Robertson nro doing a good business aud giving general satisfaction MissSudie Felix of Fordsvllle who has been visiting her sister Mrs Brand Â¬ on Carden has returned home MifS Eliza Hook has returned homo to Gnrfiuld after a two weeks visit to her cousins Misses Gola and Alma Orenduir The party ot Mr Beauchmnps was quite a succrss and attended by n largo Tims present were Mioses Eliza crowd Houk and A i Mnlics of Garlhhl Emma Lena Ivuilz Aniit and O mt Cinycoinb and Tula Miitheny and Lillie lns of WetatT Gola and Alma Orendull An nnio nie and Luli Jordan Viola and Ulnticho Utsliain Eddlo Whltvvorth Mary Auhrrv Scott EuuiH Wh Mt hcrs Btttie Bush ntid Clara Miller Wallace Skiliman of Cloverpoit Chas Dick and Joe Claj comb Abo Skiliman Jim Kuitz Wat hen Henderson Wash and Will Hall Henry Simmons mid Sash Jordan of Webster Jessie Char He and Clarence Payne Tom and Austin Claycomb Herbert Haddock Henry Jordan Victor Orendufi Edd Triplett Everett Tabor Amos Whitwoith Robert Auberry Will Robertson Sam Keys and others I Â¬ EniTon Nkws Having recently couio ncross n copy of tho dear old Nkws and seeing letters from so many places nnd none from here thought I would contribute n few lines either for its columns or Â¬ ly CUSTER Wo tan beat any town in tho county for mud Mr F B Lyon was in Louisville last week selling tobacco Mr Bob Shivloy spent Sunday with Miss Ethel Springale Tiib young folks enjoyed themselves at Mr John Itamseys last Saturday night Mr David Meyer gave the yountf folk a party Thursday night All mjoyvu Pile pcnt Saturday uudSun day with Alexander Pile Prof Joi 1 thtmstlves r- - viows truth thero is no A finished education such thing One may have finished his books but an education is not derived simply from books These wo need but We wo need them Bimply as help of- A Swell Wedding i itimf 0 should make them our servants not our masters thus it is that an education Io nian Is them as a means not as an end A bookworm is sometimes a very in- Â¬ ferior kind of a worm Some men that tho schools call highly educated rely so much on books that they ato nothing in themselves They have no mind of their own They deal altogether in second banded goods Wo need to lay aside our books and study man and things commonco with God and naturo Wo must be educated to think To think much to think accurately To do our own thinking not have it dona for us Wo must learn to do tho right thing at tho right time Thus in order to do the right thing at the right tloio and do it woll wo must learn to think about tho right thing at the right time This is one of iho most Important features in Another important mental training end to bo attalne in an education is inWo need to dependence of thought cast oir the yoke of human opinion and Wo cultivate the individual judgment We are too much the slaves of fashion are disposed to dress our minds as well as our bodies after tho fashion of the This destroys originality ami In 8 dependence of thought I know it is argued by some that an education Mill lift the masses above their vocations and eause them to become dissatisfied wjih tUetr lot that the cultured iniiid desplst s drudgery The very reverse of this is Culture dignlM labor and de Â¬ rue frays drudgery The hmh determines the dignity of the calling Hot the call Â¬ ing the dignity of the wan the princi Â¬ ples apply with equal force to the women ofthUcky One of the grvat evjls of our lead and especially in the south U Â¬ 1 Â¬ February 0 Tho high contractus pur ties are Mr Horaco Hays the populai cashier of tho First Nutlonul It nk ami one of tho leading young busliu ini of this city and Miss Kato Stanli ia ap the very handsome aud attractivi daughter of Mr Gcorgo M Gifup the the well known dry goods merchai event is to take place at tho Mithodiit church at half past 8 oclock in tho evnn ing after which tho young couple will go on an extended trip to Florida A Fine Butter Record Mrs W It Thomas of Glendale again comes to the front with a fine butter re Â¬ cord for 1891 Sho sold during tho year 617 pounds of butter and 103 dozen eggs besides furnishing an abundance to tho family In forty two years Mrs Thomas has kept a record Bhe has sold 18200 pounds of butter ElUabethtown News ii Society in Kllzabetlitown hijr the Nows Is much interested over r swell wedding that is to take placo irc u f livVl V 55 A FREDLR WOMAN suffering from nervous pros- Â¬ tration excitability or dizzi- Â¬ ness tbw result of weakness derangement or illspUcenioiifc find health regnlnwt nftor tbmfnjr lir nerves iavoriw atamlbig weakness which la guar to bonoflt or cure pr tlia CA t VProMxiiitionremedy The oia Its a powerful Invigorating tonlo n sootlilnz niul trongtnening nervine Â¬ For women who aro ruii duwn ami over worked at tho critical periods In womans life tho cbanjo from girlhood to woman Â¬ thta hood and later tho change o Hfo or It U eqwctally ailairted to her iiowh ttroogtfeeaa regulate ami cures Wliether Its Catarrh itmlf or any of the trauhles caused hv Catarrh the mak Â¬ ers of Dr BageV Cntnrrli Hemcdy will pay you wuu n swr v They take the risk 1 peruoment ear l money refunded latho antral man layorlle 1 lu the waste bosket Having been raised in Breekenridgo county I read tho Nkws every week for many years and thought it the best county paper I ever saw but had not tho slightest idea of the possibility of it im- Â¬ tho great proving so as to become weekly known nnd read so extensively as it is and to occupy thopositlon that it docs among the great journals of this fust age But dear old Brtckenridgo county is just capablo of making a suc cess of anything and she is proud of her pnpjr and hai stood by tho editor nnd tit Id up Ills hands while lie pushed his Please tell the irood paper to the iront peoplo of Itrvckcnridge I am one of them and the twehe jenre of my nbseuce But about our town dont cluing me Uplon isn prosproUH Htth village of perhaps 300 inhabitants Kituated on the N R R fifty nine main line of the L miles south of Louisville also on the old Lauisville and Nasuvillu turnpike It is surrounded by a splendid farming coun- Â¬ try on tho north cast and west We havo five general stores hardware furniture drugstore lumber yard with 13 all kinds of building material doors Deor Brandenburg aro you very sure We sash all kinds of machinery etc I want to tell you know Golden Rod havo a fine roller mill also wagon factory you I am a strong politician but some Â¬ two hotels two churches Methodist and times feel that its of little use and grow Baptist and n colored Methodist church despondent then I think of tho boys Wo have also an excellent school spring who need teaching nnd lino upon lino There is good reason for the popularity term will open Jan 21 1805 conducted then there is Josiah wlio must havo n of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Davis by Profs Cremo and Layman They round once in a while Perhaps its the Bustard of West Monterey Clarion Co like tho rest of our citizens aro live women after nil who keep things straight Pa say It has cured people that our energetic widc awako gentlemen all wo world and I for one want truly physicians could do nothing for Wo lack is moro such men and women as in this to bo on the right eido As I said before Â¬ persuaded them to try a bottloof Cham- those composing our town If you nro a my disposition wonder- Â¬ berlains Cough Remedy and they now good citizen and want to locato in a good sugar sweetens fully aud I havent found any ono yet 23 community Upton oilers you a hearty recommend it with the rest of us who is willing to let mo havo it for tho nnd 50 cent bottles for sale by A It welcome love I benr them Its money or its Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Miss Lee King who has been visiting equivalent they must have I havo nov Â¬ Boaid Hardinsburg Ky her cousin Miss Luiie King has return- Â¬ er met you face to face but I always lik- Â¬ ed to her homo in Sonora ed your communications and now your From thd Land of Fruits and Flow- Â¬ Misses Stella and Emma Moore of kindly words linvo quite gono to my ers from heart San Fiiancisco Cai January 17 1893 Elizabethtown havo returned homo to Goiiikv Ron Deak Editok I will write you a few a visit friends here Miss Lou King is visiting friends this if limsfortho benefit of your readers Knights of the Maccabees you will give mo tho space in your col- Â¬ week In Elizabethtown and Sonora The Stato Commander writes us from Married on 0th inst at Mr James Llucoln Neb as follows umns and toll them something about After trying this city of 300000 inhabitants It is a Pointers in Upton Miss Fannie Pointer other medicines for what seemed to bo a cosmopolitan city I beliovo every nat- Â¬ to Mr Mc Wright of Glendale Ky very obstinate cough in our two children ionality is represented here It Is not as On tho 23rd inst Mr Thos Handly wo tried Dr Kings New Discovery nnd prettily located as Louisville Ky It is ono of our young merchants of this place nt tho end of two days tho cough entirely We havo cable cars that run is to bo married to Miss Lillio McDonald loft them Wo will not bo without it very hilly over the hills electric cars on n portion of Three Springs Ky hereafter as our experience proves that that is level and horse cars on some of Amy little daughter of Dick Keith it cures whero all other remedies fall the short streets Chinatown Is quite a has been confined to hor bed with rheu Â¬ Signed F W Stepheus Stato Com curiosity for anyone to see Wo nro now Why notgivo this great medicino a trial matism for several weeks having our winter rains I hopo they Mrs O M Bradley who lias suffered as it Is guaranteed and trial bottles aro If wo should have a will let up soon Reg Â¬ free at A It Fishers drug htorc sleety spell In ro and you woro to Btep witli consumption for several years and ular sizt 50c and 1 00 out of doorp you would nover stop short been almost au invalid for three years The thermometor left on 2nd inst for Rowling Green Fla of an Francisco ba Mrs Bradley has many to day is just 53 It never get cold for her health enough here to freeze We havo plenty frauds in Breekenridgo and Meade glad to learn that of lovely Mowers here tho year round and counties who will be Low ruin of all kinds I took dinner last she is improving Warlleld McGill of the firm of McGill Sunday with an old Breckeniideg county Gaddie general merchandise 1ms sold AND boy Richard Owen He lives at Oakland I nivt Alex May a brother of Djck May out to Mr Rob Gaddie of Hammonville I guths yon have si en in tho papers Ky and bought a store in Ilodgonville OUR MOTTO wheie California inaugurated a Demo Â¬ whero ho will go in business in a few We sell 30 lbs of N O Sugar for ONE cratic Governor last Friday the 11th days Wo regret to give Mr McGill up dollar Wo also have in stock Nino and pre- Â¬ oclock Washing Ten paves soap and In He slid in hwt Novembt r on tho Repub Â¬ hut congratulate Hodgeiivllle lican landslide hor it beats a washing machine try it It ftlhe Nistts almost dict for Win Held a successful future Coned every Mnndav moi in ig after it is pilot Miss Nettie Hazard of Campbellaville Try our Jellies Rolled Oats and Coffee Wo keep the best Rio visGood ed It is ulwiiy u welcome is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Tinner of Prico our Dry Goods Notions Shirts itor I take the dallv Owenshoro Mes 8Hiiir I w from the Nks that you this place Mihs Hazard is quite nil ac Â¬ Pants Hats Hardware Tinware Etc Examine our BOOTS and SHOES are having wune old fashioned winter at complished Judy uud wo are glad to havo We do our best to please our customers home With ben regards to tho Nkws her among us and we succeed and all fri nds 1 am vourn truly But I am writing loo much for the Chas P hawyuh Try us and you will like us paper and moro than I want to contri Â¬ Yours Truly Wishing a E W Baghy a prominent lawyer of bute to tho waste basket G W STONE Fadueah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino prosperous year to tho Nkws its editor JOLLY KY Tar Honey cured liih children of whoop and many readers I bid you THE ing cough when all things else failed Goodnioht a new romedy for all coughs For Its TURNING Tho way to euro a cough is to stop the sale by Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr POINT Pino Tar Honey M Meyer coughing Dr Bells McDaniels R II McMullln cuts looso tho mucous heals tho lungs Â¬ Has been Heyser ConstanCo Buraa Geo Cures grip rcachedwhen tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett and bronchial tubcsqulckly you begin to it Co Bewloyville Ky V E Brown cough lnono night For salo by Short have fulfil IIaynesCloverport Dr II II McMulIrvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield lion of the lln McDaulels M Meyer Co Buras diffi Heart Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky A Taylor c u 1 1 y I ll Geo Iloyeer Constantino breathing Rosetta Drury Bennett it Co Bewloy- Â¬ Death of Mrs Bridget Payne Your blood ville Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKyj is impure Mrs Biidgot Payne wifo of J It AR Garfield Ky you need a Pa no and daughter of Mr aud Mis Jno P Nichols turning ever Patrick Roonoy died very suddonly near Morris Dig Spring Ky Knotsvillo Duvless county Ky Dec TTJ1W BEWLEYVILLE Sho was loved 30tlv 180 ago 21 years TO by all who knew hor was of a bright Held over from Uit week happy disposition and had a kind word a winning smile for all nith whom L lr Amos SIpes and Mies Efilo Trip and It will set you up and make a new she came in contact She was just In lett wero married at tho homo of the person of you For sale by parents Wednesday evening at 0 Little did I think brides the prime of life Rev Georgo Morris tied the A R FISHER Druggist whin I saw her last that cruel monster p m Mr Bell and Cloverport Ky death would so soon claim her as its vie knot and Fred Tiiplett and Miss Clara Jordan and Mrs Frank Handy torn But in the midst of lifo wo aro in Tho bride wore woro tho attendants jleaths power We nil must learn to Bay gray aud lookod lovely and everybody thy Holy will bo dono not ours Her good time they say remains wero Interred in tho Catholic hail a TIiq measles have uiado their appear- Â¬ 1 She cemetery at St Lawrerco Jan leaves a husband and two little daugh Â¬ ance 1h our town This means ill to the Xn interesting story full of thrilling ad Â¬ ter father mother two slaters and five little ones aud wo give them our sym Â¬ ventures and dramatic situations brothers to mourn her lose with many pathy Watch for II In This Pipr friends Mr John Cox U on tho sick list His Marx daughter Mrs Tom Ditto Is still ill at Dr Prices Cream BkIcPo4er Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ilr Kentucky before though his parents were born nnd raHcd in our county II M f Mies Ada Drury nnd pupils aro prepar Â¬ a c VI a ing for an entertainment nt tho close of to come tho school Everybody be sure Jik- for Miss Ada knows how to do such FORTY MILLION QAKE5 YEARLY things ond wo promise you that you wil not be disappointed THE mSOCTCrS OAMELE CO Oil t pAlberta Drury is attending school at Brandenburg Sho and her little broth Â¬ ers spent Christmas with their grand- J 0 BOURNE DANIEL BROOKS J M HARPER mother Mrs A Moremcn Mr Elisha Smith ot Stony Point and Mr Tom Lyddan ot Irvlngton called to CO BOURNE BROOKS see young ladies in our midst Sunday afternoon They aro often seen nt their respective places nnd wo are beginning to think they mean business Let me say n few worth for W W Keath He wants to sell his goods bad nnd he is very kind nnd obliging so wo CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP ndvise you to give him n call Mr and Mrs Miller continue their vis BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl r KY it to Mrs Wolverton our next It has been auuounced that Quarterly iiietting will be the 2d Sunday K v Allen is our presidin February RATES ing elder mid that menus good pleach Â¬ I f 025 ptRCIAY Tha most contrallu located Hotel In tha city eflgjSgfe ing Ilro Ciindltr intends to protract from his in x ivgultr appointment th i IftSuidiiv Pi nty of gin I help in ix ool p Tple v jine to pi cled so nl f f ft TCiTtfrn Ilr om in fling IAve h good lime y ur ef and heli in out The religion Movies at llfwhyillle Jan 20ili we i Ihfct Sihhith School then pn itching In Inplit chuieli by Bio Snyder Epwuith League devotional 8 J met ting in afternoon nnd preaching again nt night Ilro Snyders text in the morning was And when I sto the 12 blood I will pose over UVQRYlroJYl a m IT FfAT6 S Â¬ HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock tW JiftlllllilJma 1 vrrBTI- - us BIG SHOE SALE B THE B ood NEWARK TIMES or tba city reader or the country home THE N W YORK TIMES U an uncommon ly Interesting nenspapor Its sixteen pages are brimful of news It la handsomely print Â¬ ed tccurate clean fresh and vigorous Erory Intelligent roadcr wilt prise Ha special departments comprising literature and hook news social progress religion art science fashion the womans paper and amateur sports The unequaled Financial Page of THE NEW YORK TIMES Is a capital manual for Investors for bankers and the officers of Sav- Â¬ ings Ranks Trust and Insurance Companies Railway Earnings Stock and Bond Quotations Interest and DIvIdond Notices the Organisa- Â¬ tion of New Companies and ALL Financial Nows reports aro promptly and accurately printed Its Commercial Reports Including wool cotton brcadstufls milk butter eggs and farm produce recently much enlarged are of unequaled fullness and value Tho Times will do Its full share of earnest work for sound financial legislation to repel tho assaults of private greed upon the law- Â¬ making power to establish Democratic prin Â¬ ciples of equality in taxation and economy in expenditure and to retrieve the defeat brought upon the Democrats Party by errors and be Â¬ Sweet Thing S H S With overy pair of Shoes you nro entitled to n guess card Guess the number of seeds in H 0 E 0 E Pumpkin 3 Prizes Offered First best Second G uess 00 100 50 -- s A S A L L E lbs sugar Third wo E 7K Additioual to our prizes are giving eouio great bar Â¬ gains in our Shoe Department Well 6ivo you money on tho purcliaso of a pair of Shoes trayals THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES The subscription price or THE NKW YORK WEEKLY TIMES Is ONE DOLLAR a year THE WEEKLY TIMES is a capital news paper It contains all the current news con densed from tho dispatches and reports of the dally edition besides literary matter discus Â¬ sions upon agricultural topics by practical farmers full and accurate market reports of prices for farm produce live stock Ac and a carefully prepared weekly wool market Â¬ Cheap Gash Store Prices Correct Weight Full Measure Thats Just lBth 1S05 Not All as likely you may bo one of tho lucky three This ofTer will closo April SUUSCRIUTION I RATES j3IS Kvcrlotingbargainsnt tho Great Bargain Stor Â¬ 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Tho first of American News- Â¬ papers CHARLES A DANA 1 SHtSAPHtIUIlH BEATS tJOIll II V AM ItKVGGIBTH Kiciunnsot kuujh eft it locis Editor theAmerican Idea the Ameri Â¬ can Spiiit Theso first last and all the time forever Tho American Constitution CHICK AM AUG A CAN I OHTAI PATENT Prowpt answer and an bonwt opinion writ to N URN Ji CO wlio have had nurlr fifty years iporlM In tn patent basinet Counenlc In A Handbook or tlunastrtotlrooafttUntUI laniHHHMi eonwraiBH tAieuia ana opw idot lain then sent free a tig a oataiomw v mw9B an anas dentine books teat tea raienis taken inrouiiii Munn A Oa TMetv SCMltl IJotlMln tba MrlantlHa AMrlrit and wldaly tbu are broiuLkIHTWHQT tforetha twbllotiUfe WW Tble atiMtfld W lfl IuihJ QJNuiatlon ra4ttMtlrlllBMrtedlMJDTfertha wk la tba Mrgaat of but aeientlM t mi 6 a yr Daily by mall - - Daily Sunday by mall8 a yr - - - SI ayV The Weekly The Sunday Sun la tho greatest Sunday Newspapw In the world Mr His Iioum uuMuTuwmuTiu tfelMlaf bVltloooulblr pJOajaaf MHatla KYarr nuiaaar mniiiw HJ naniaoolen eat phatnreMM of new aa la bMilMLW IE iMana oabUng Wiaws toibow iyiaa iftaa Prk85cacepy By wall iwtum JT toof mut A44rTHK KN 2 a ywtr New York THE BRBOKSNHIPQB NHW8 GLpYBBPORT KY i tin itaMtUa MfcMMnriaMWMKaKMKM Mniwm i oiyiow 4 iHinnnniwsp iiwlMilliHiWtlillW HliiU HIMliM BRKCKfeNftiDGE Jbo D V NEWS MtSSlS BHANOENBUftQj L HARDINSBURG H W IRVINQTOIVi Wei hole sbitio Main hi Improvements Mr Drake is tho proud father of n brand licw baby loy beWLeyville Mrs Tom Ditto is slow ly Improving W J Stith Iim moved hU family to Louisville Miss Kllla Smith continues her visit to MUtUMiMMC 0 BaMag Ealtori and rroprlslti 30 1893 TIME TABLE WEDNESDAY JANUARY a Tear In Adranct Snbicrlstloa Pries If Paid at tin End of tha Tear 1125 tl00 Fnwdell rind Gonlotii bf New Albany spent Sunday with Miss May Deo 1usey Kro Hagan preached lastSaturday and Sunday nnd will be with us again for nomd jst Patienger Dally tr llardlmtmra 1115 Jitn Ti40 eoiio fir Passenger Dally arr Ilardtnsbnrc ara SIX PAGES HnErKENmixiK liaa more miles of rail Â¬ road than any county In Kentucky Wat Harden Is decidedly tho favorite with tho people of llrcckcnridge and Meade counties for Governor How can they beat her says the Louis- Â¬ ville Times meaning Mrs Helm for the They cant Klizabethtown post olllce heat her and they ought not to beat her n closely upon the demise of Judge Murray came the intelligence of tho death of his niece Miss Rosa Murray of Louisville and daughter of Mr Jgan C Murray She was about nine- Â¬ teen years of ago and reported to be Ioliowino Â¬ quite a belle Tub people of this county are out- Â¬ spoken on tho question of free silver They are to a man so far as the News has questioned on the matter in favor Whether they are of the white metal And right or wrong thats the feeling when the question comes to a vote they will be found voting that way Col J Stoddard Johnston has announced his candidacy for Secretary of State Col Johnston is one of the purest and best men in tho State Helms done more for tho Democratic party and the State of Kentucky than any man in it An honorable conscientious gentlemen he would make a model Secretary Â¬ The financial question is the nil im portant theme now It is being discuss Â¬ ed in the stores hotels railroad stations country school houses churches and in every crowd you run upon And they know more about finance than you think too If the question was left to the people it would be settled in a very short time Â¬ Ir the local newspapers would study such questions as would tend most to develop the commercial welfare of the people they would be more generally appreciated The discussion of local political questions is sometimes essen tial but what tho great mass of readers want is a better knowledge of those things that will enable them to better These are times for their condition development and any new lino of thought on a subject of interest takes with the masses Â¬ another year Father Horbuth filled hli pulpit last Sunday much to he gratification of his congregation Mairiago License J Anthony Dodd nnd Miss Martha J Hynes D Jennings and Miss Minnie E luscy Mr Thos Teare Sunday School Sup erintendent gave tho children n good talk Sunday on Thought Mr and Mrs A M llyerly of near Mauckport visited Messrs Eniincjt nnd Charlie Colemans families last week Theres a tiny birJling nt the St Cloud a permanent boarder for Mr and Mrs John Fmkes of the female persuasion My sincerest sympathies to Judge Murrays bereaved family My husband admired him extremely and valued his friendship Jesse Hcrndon visited the Eldorado of pretty girls last Sunday nud we could more nppropriately phrase it tho homo of pretty girls The Flannery case is set for Thursday A number of witnesses have been sum moned nud a big crowd from tho lower end of the county is expected Mrs T Hcrndon nnd daughters left Monday for Ohio and wo only hope they make as many friends in their adopted State as they leave in their native one Jliss Rula Malin will open her doors to tho 11 C Circle on Wednesday after- Â¬ noon trom three to five Head and dl cuss first hour a question box next hour a chat and music Next Monday Mr Kugeno Hardcsty will open a private school ou East Hill and Miss Mona Price one on West Hill Mr Albert Johnson is still leaching nt Masonic Hall It never rains but it pours Take advantage of the flood The Dig Spring people as well as here will be glad to know Ive had a letter from Mrs Mszey nee Helen Paul who with husband and baby is living at Findlay Ohio nnd getting nlong nicely Helen has many warm friends every- Â¬ where shes known Following is the grand jury for the present term of court H O Mussgrove foreman A Kagan sheriir I 11 T Neafus J A Hendrick A A WrigM L T Daily J L Flaherty It 11 Rowley SK Vessels J S Willett Itichard Willett and J D Hardin Â¬ Mr Kenny Board is at homo to stay TJiere nre live prisoners Iu the counly Jail R N Miller went to Cloverport lust Friday Mrs Lorena Smith was visiting hero Inst week Mrs L K Cox is visiting her con Transfers Jesse F and Moses Jeffries to C W Neafus one sixth interest in 100 acres of land near Brandenburg 0 W Neafus to Alfred B Yeakey interest in 100 acres of land near Brandenburg Mary W Munford to J VCapt Georgo Mercer of Rosetta has E Munford 131 acres land near G us ton bought some property out at Harned Ben C Clarksonandwifeto Win Hughes Station He thinks of locating there and 12 acres near Big Spring W II Withers going into the livery stuble business and wife to Kentucky Heating Co Right J D Peeler will undertake to make a of Way of Gas Pipo and Telephone lines big crop on his farm this year Since If soiiio of our ladies continue to im- moving to tho country he rises early and prove ns rapidly as thy bid faro they moves things on time Ho has several will soon rival Miss Helen Gould in bil- Â¬ croppers on his place liards Sho plays with much dexterity Mr Herman Meyer was before the and accuracy it is stated nnd her father The Last of Her Generation County Court last w cek and made appli Tho death of Mrs Kliza Adams at her asked no better amusement than to play cation to become n citizen of tho United It is States Mr Meyer is n merchant nt Big homo two miles below Hawesvillo last with his accomplished daughter Wednesday is tho last link in a family wholesome atheletic exercise ns well as Spring nnd docs n large business of well known and highly respectable possessing scientific merits and developes Clerk Cunningham appointed tho folpeople nil of whom lived to be octoge- Â¬ grace of motion position nnd is highly preferable in n homo to many other lowing deputies last week Georgo Hnrn Mrs Adams was a sister of narians cd Custer Joseph M Fitch Clifton Capt William Sterrett Dr fireon Ster amusements indulged In Mills Fletcher Blanfotd llewleyville I understand Mr and Mrs John Ma rett and Mrs Peggy Asiiby and an own aunt of Mrs W II Uowmer and W S ban will leave us shortly for Colorado Dan B Parrish Cut off David N How Ashby of this city Sho was a remark Â¬ Mr Muhan and wife are highly ducatcd ard Rock VuK ably good woman noted in tho com- Â¬ cultivated citizens and wo regret that his Mr B F Beard will not make his I rip munity where sho had lived most of her health necessitates a change to another to tho Holy Land ns he anticipated some life for her charity and kind deeds to nil climate Judge II C Rawlings too will time ago He received information from Sho had not an enemy in tho world was leave shortly for Kansas City to be fol- Â¬ New York that all tho berths in tho married to her husband for sixty years lowed no doubt by his family Tho steamer on which he was to sail had been Judge is so closely identified with all erf takon ami his trip would have to bo de Â¬ and raised a largo family She our olllcial social and religious circles ferred Tho Hawesvillo Clarion sajs was born In llreckenridgo county near that to give him up is like a farewell to Judge A hi made an order in the Hardinsburg in 1811 and was nt tho time a member of our ow n family nnd I conCounty Court last week fixing the time of tier death past eighty one years of nge sider that when I assert in all positions for holding tho Magistrates Court in Sho was married to Mr David Adams on he bus proven himself a gentleman I pay tho county District No 1 Wednes May 1st 1831 I hope tho Sho was n consistent the highest possible tribute day succeeding tho first Monday in member of tho Methodist church and a family may yet remain sometime March June September and December devout christian Her funeral services No indeed Mr Doc Gray my young District No 11 Friday succeeding tho O Footo friend I make no professions to infalli- Â¬ wero conducted by Ho v V first Monday in said months District from tho resldenco at p m Thursday bility nlong any Hue but I still riso to No 3 Wednesday succeeding tho and her remains wero interred in tho remark that I can not change my opinion second Monday in said months District Hawesvillo Cemetery by tho side of her but think as Senator John F Locke of No I Friday succeeding the second husband whoso remains wero exhumed Oido did of a fellow statesman that you Monday in said months District No ft from an undesirable threo corner lot in and your party aro tho most consistent Wddnusl iy sticcsedlng th third tho corner of tho cemetery to a nico individuals of my knowledge for you aro Monday in said months District No 0 desirable lot recently purchased by her always wrong But I havo always ad Friday succeeding the third Monday Mrs Adams admired one characteristic of tho reform- Â¬ In 0 T Duncan said mouths Tho magistrates in tho had no enemies was kind to ullruleivcd ers there is no similarity between several districts will bo required to fix tho oppressed helped tho fallen and them and n feather bed which never the place of holding said courts and redied as sho had lived a truo christian comes again when hit So I dont think port tho samo to the County Cleik any one should havo any conscientious SrATE op Ohio City of Toledo 1 scruples about striking verbally for the Lucas Countv j Fkank J Chunky makes oath that ho blow will bo returned and I always pre Â¬ is tho senior partner of tho linn of F J fer itBhould Thu Scriptures admonish with pale or sallow complexions Cheney A Co doing business in tho us if thine enemy hunger feed him Politically then wo aro enemies so I or suffering from skin eruptions City of Toledo County and State afore find said and that said firm will pay tho sum only nsk you to take pure Democracy for or scrofulous blood will Again food If he thirst give him jutck relief in Scotts Emulsion of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each I beg that you may quench All of the stages of Emaciation and every case of Catarrh that canuot bo drink your thirst freely from tho stream of and a general decline of health cured by tho uso of Halls Oatariiii Equal Rights and Special Privileges to are speedily cured Cuiie FRANK J CHENEY nono and then come to our assistnnto Sworn to before mo and suscribed in my presence this Oth day of December and aid In tolving the momentous ques tion Shall tho Democrats contlnuo iu A 1 1880 power A W OLEASON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- what Coins Financial School says of the Ooldbugs bo true silver has been very badly treated by them The legislation of tho country for tho past twenty years has been entirely in the interest of tho money power and none for tho people Silver was onco the money of the people and just as good as gold It would bo yet but for tho laws the goldbugs have enacted crushing it out of existance Coins book tells you all about silver how it was demonitized who did it and the cflect it had on silver If you want to post yonrself on tho subject get it and read it It only costs you Lo cents 1 1 delightful bevy of gay young people assembled at Mrs Martins nnd Miss Jen Hardins Monday night to enjoy Re Â¬ a wholesome exhilarating time freshments music nnd games filled tho house Misses Kittiu and Date Munford Eva and Maude Hcrndon wero tho honororics A Jnines Cox Major Marshal Morris wns in town one day last week There havo been forty now suits filed for Circuit Court Ernest Henderson of Irvington was in town last Wednesday We get our chthmiasm from thu bar- Â¬ gains wo sell J A Witt Mr D S Richardson Union Star was In town n few days lust week Mrs Jesse C Reistcr of Slithton is visiting friends nt this place Ex Deputy Sheriff Chnrley Miller has rented Mr Leu Meyers property James Wright of Jollys Station Is tho owner of n very fine jack Sam Jones Mr Joseph McGnry died at his homo nenr hero last week ngo Ecvcnty seven J E Monarch who has been in Owens boro for several days returned last Fri day Wo want cash Wo want produce Everything you want wo havo it J A Witt Mr V II Durton has accepted the agency for tho Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company Misses Mattio nnd Nela Pumphrcy of West View wero visiting Mrs Sallio Cody n few days last week Thu prices wo have put on this stock of shoes aro below anything wo havo heretofore made J A Witt Attorney Gus Brown of Cloverport was hero last week and put several new suits on the docket for Circuit Court John W Kiser has filed suit iu the Circuit Court againt It L Newsom for 5000 damages for falso imprisonment Our spring stock of shoes aro coming in nnd tho prices on thorn aro so low youll think you have fouud them J A Witt Mrs W 11 Sneed was called to some point iu tho eastern part of tho state last week to see her brotlu r who was report ed to be dying NIrs Owen Cunningham and herchilel m Stephensport last ren came over week For the present they aro hoaid ing with Mr Burrel Bi aril Tho nttorney for tho Insurance Company was hero last week to settle with Dr Hart Ho only offered 000 and Mr Harts nttorney rcfusul to accept Mr Anslem Haydcn qualified as administrator of thu estate of John R Jar boo L L Waggoner Wm Jarboe were appointed appraisers of tho estate Â¬ Â¬ f- Â¬ Jim Stith contemplated building a new icsldenco in tho near future Mrs J C Reistcr of Louisville visit ed her friend in town one day last week Yi are glint to see the venial fares of Mr nnd Mr Marvel Rowley In our midst to day Mr TJ Jolly wns in town Sunday onroutu to 0 Aenshoro whero ho is sum moned nsjuro in the Federal Court Mrs Henry accompanied by her daughters Miss Sallio nnd littlu Mary made a Hying nnd delightful trip to Ekron Little Edwin Jolly we arc sorry to state is on the sick list Hurry up Ed win and get well tho success of tho Mill depends upon you Â¬ Â¬ r It should havo been six dollars in stead of six hundred dollars which tho Insurance Co received as stated in Inst weeks News in reganl to the Lastcr in- Â¬ surance ou the 1000 policy on Munford house Row Cullom filled his regular nppolnt ments on Sunday A Inrge congregation wns present notwithstanding the weath Â¬ er nnd brother Cullom presented tho grand truths in his characteristic earn estness May good seed bring fortli abundant fruit Tho community at huge deeply de Â¬ plore the train of misfortune which seems to follow thu Misses Munford in building their residence Wo earnestly hopo tho trouble will soon be adjusted in their favor and they will ho hmong us shortly u most welcome addition to our society church and town generally On last Saturday Mrs Wratbcr cele- Â¬ brated the birthdiys of four bright little fellows by a feast fit for tho Gods Knowing Mrs Wrathers nblllty forsuch pleasant occasions no words of praise aro necessary tho fact of her talent is too well known to need them Notice Miss 11 Ada Drury will open a private school in Irvington Ky February 11th 189 Number of pupils limited to twenty five Thoso desiring admission should apply nt once for terms nnd particulars to Mr T N McGlothlan oflico McGlothlan House Irvington Ky or Miss fl Ada Drury llewleyville Ky Rev T M Hawes of Louisville an Elocutionist of much merit will on Fri Â¬ day February tho 8th at 2 oclock p m iu tho Baptist Church nt Irvington give a reading and recitation All aro cordi- Â¬ ally invited to come and share this feast of good things freely given by the good people of tho community VMIss Uettio McCeheo will leave for a term In tho Conseivatory of music at We Cincinnati about thu first of March regret giving up even for n limited time the pleasant companionship of so bright a young lady as Miss Ilettio Her little S S class of girlies will bo let i to havo her supplanted for they nil think her the pink of perfection t Miss Reo Washington chaperoned by Miss Harris Misses Ermine Ellen and Kitty Munford Miss Bettio McGehn Miss Daisy Mercer nnd Miss Charlotte Hcrndon spent the day with Mrs Jolly Mr Jolly was well defended by our gen- Â¬ ial Mr Bate Washington Jno Wimp deserves and receives un- Â¬ bounded gratitude from ono mother of this important town for reviving an old time puzzle Quiet reigns supremo iu that household when each of the fivo are busily engaged trying to get it May his good work bo extendodtoothcr households The movement for organizing n Bay Vitw Reading Circle is meeting with most satisfactory results tho exertion of tho lady w ho has been making an effort iu that direction Those most actively interested In tho pnsent work hopo to meet and cairy out n successful organi- Â¬ zation the alternoon of the Oth day of February Anyone desiring information in regard to tho work In hand by ad Â¬ Box 124 Irvington Ky dressing will receive circulars nnd nil necessary information which will ho heartily nnd freely given Tho many friends of Mr and Mrs J M C5 Harrison formerly of this county and community at present residing in Wayne Neb will bo griovod to hear of Mr Harrisons fad bereavement in the death of his mother in England Whilo not personally acquainted with her many of us lmvo very tender feelings in our hearts for loving tokens and kindly words of an unknown but seemingly known christian friend Our heart felt sympathy to tho bereaved ones Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MissCelestinlleavln Pi- rco llardnway nnd Flitehcr Bland ford went down to Ilnrdlmburg Wednes Â¬ day Thin la not the llrt Unit Pierce lias gone there lately neither- Ernest Hnrdnway Is home ngain Hunter Hnrdaway Is off to Glcndenno looking up n job Mr Henry Iliad has been iu our midst Mr Clias Btnnfurd left Saturday for Lowisport to-- visit n sister n day or two Ferd Hodges has returned from Falls of Rough where he has been hunting woik Mr and Mrs Miller lrive returned to their homo All hail to the Epworlh Lenguo col- Â¬ umn in tho News Whoever help along tho League does n good work Tho League nt llewleyville met Sun Â¬ day afternoon January 27 in tho Meth Â¬ odist church for Bible study The book of Esther was tho topic Tho third Vice President fulled to bo present at the League sho was probably looking after tho sick Our Quarterly Meeting has been changed to thu First Sunday iu Febru Â¬ ary As to tho protracted meeting we are not now informed The Elder will pcrhnps remain a few days Our sale by W N Drury You remem- Â¬ ber our nd enme off and ended in nn nuction sale of dry goods by Drury Uen uett t Co Several of our young men attended a sale nt Jesso B Shackletts Friday On page 450 College Latin cou oe in English by W C Wilklnsona Chautau qun text book may bo found something written by tho Younger Pliny ubout his uncle the Elder Pliny They resided at Misenum near Vesuvius and went to Â¬ gether to curry succor to those living nenr tho sceno of disaster Pliny the Elder it says went too near tho fatal spot nnd perished Some other histo rinns to leave the matter as you already havo It uncertain And so we fall to tell you but suppose ho must have been stifled on tho outside The Ypunger Pliny gives a nice description of this T J Triplett had n clearing Wednes Â¬ day This portends long weary daj s of patient back bending hunting the nasty little fellow who eats tho tobacco plant This samo tobacco plant is for men and boys to eat and furthermore to cause to spit that foulest of foul things 0 boys boys if your fathers and must bo filthy still Why not ceaso to do evil and learn to do well remem Â¬ bering Cleanliness is akin to Godliness Â¬ 5 f OUIt Grocery Department Was never ns bo complete 5 v at present Wo offer this week in Patent Flours from tho great Ballard Mills a OBELISK From tho Great Iglehart Mills SWANS DOWN These two flours aro unexcelled and defy competition V- - 1 Try these Flours You vyill liko them -- 4 t k www CHINTZ ROYALTY Thousands ot cases of rheumatism Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg have been cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla to any business in the line of Surveying Will attend Finding lost lines and This is abundant reason for belief that it Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners n specialty will cure you Also a Notary Fublic and can tako the acknow- Â¬ Dreckemidge county solicited ledgements of deeds nt timo of surveying if parties desire it Address at Hardinsburg Ky PERSIMMON FLAT The farmers here have disposed of very little tobacco Mr Eugeno Caiter spent Sunday with Miss Mattingly Mr Frank Greenwood Hr is quite sick at this writing Miss Jessie Hawkins went to Clever port last Friday shopping They say Eramett II goes to tho mountains quite often now Our school is progressing under tho auspices of Mr 1 A Beuvin Messrs Kittle nud Dessle Elder visited Mrs J F Jleavln last Monday Quito n crowd from here attended prayer meeting at Hitus Run Sunday The attendance from this place to St Rose church of Cloverport Sunday was largo COUNTY SUEYETOE iMp to fadon RUN Carter Because they are tho largest nnd most reliable Commission Merchants nnd can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage of tho shipper Specialties eggs butter poultry fruits of all kinds beans potatoes onions hay and grain Head Â¬ quarters for furs hides nnd wool A trial shipment solicited LOTJIS VILXjEJ iCY Cer HUES SHILOH Jako Severs is very sick Let your family feast sometimes School closed at this place last Friday Tho pupils enjoyed a nico treat The protracted meeting at this plnco has closed Several united with the church Mrs 13 J Bauely spent last Thursday with her sister Mrs W Jarrett Steplu ensport Revs Singleton and Cox wero called to tho bedsido of old aunt Betsy Claycomb a well known lady of this section some Â¬ time ago to pray with her Mr and Mrs Peter Kroush wero present nnd it seemed to revive her bo much She lias lived a long time without tho lovo of Christ in her heart May she be saved is our prayer Wheat is not looking well Chas Oelzo is on the sick list Albert Bcnvins wife is on tho sick list The Nrws is an all round good county Mr Richard Burdette who has been very low with ihcumntism is not Hny better of Holt Mr Marion Weatherholt purchased of Mr Jas King last week n flno three year old filly Mies Lucy A Johnson of Cloverport spent a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Johnson last week Mr Henry Sibert of Moweaque III who has been visiting relatives returned to Rock port Ind to make a short visit from there he goes to Grand Viow Ind PISGAH Mrs George Mason Is no belter at this writing Tho literary society at this place is pro- Â¬ gressing nicely Born to tho wife of Forrest Pate Dec 23 a 10 pound boy Mai ion Oliver James Taul and Burton Oram wi ro tho guesU of Miss Maggio Bates Inst Sunday The fchool taught by Miss Josio Pate at Hardins school house closed lust Fri Â¬ day Mr Dud Bautn and Mora Galloway wero the guests ot Miss Luln Ptito last Sunday S W Tucker and M E Hambletou were tlio guests of tho Misses Ktau last Sunday wOno of tho most enjoyable cnterlatn- ments of the sinwu wni given to Miss Jcssio Pate at the residence of Mr and Mrs Lew Miller last Friday night Those from a dUtancc were Misses Maggit and Eflle Hambluton Ella DeJernett For Â¬ rest and Adrain Hawkins Willie Adkls son Ernest Pate John Warfield Miko Hendrick Arn d and Hilary Hardim Mr Gibson Duncan Pote und Hob De HELMS BRANCH Anaemic Women Â¬ cotts bkal Notary Public is taken internally Halls Catarrh Cure Florida Not In It Emulsion and acta directly on tho blood and mu- Â¬ Sunnvswk Oau Jan 10 Tho wcoth cous surfaces of tho system Send for er Is fino hero now Tho thermometer testimonials free was about 80 at noon to day Oranges aro F J CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 plentiful ripe and luscious Florida is STSold by Druggists 75c not n it as for as climate in concerned Wishing yourself and tho News a prosÂ¬ ROYAL Baking Powden perous year I remain Yours Truly lllghuk of alt la iMvenlag Siiinkv J Black irngtkM 8 OmnaMt Rsfert takes away the pale haggard look that comes with General Dcbljity It enriches the blood stimulates the appetite creates healthy flesh and brings back strength awl vitality For cough Cold Sore Throat Bronchitis Wiak Lungi Coniumetlon and Waiting Pli ShJ er our famfhltt ATalltJ FRB CttkIw4Nr AHfJW Mcm4L There are thirty moro road cases sot for next Saturday Mrs Sy re im Jarrett has returned from a visit to Oweusboro Miss Ada Robiits of Lodiburg is visiting her aunt Mrs Andy Claycouib Miss Ruth Storrtlt Skillman is Visit lug her cousin Mlts Mary Moorman MifsZelma Ijiy entertained a fow of her young friends very pcasantly laBt VJoiuny night Miss Blanelo Grant of Hsztd Dell is expected to visit this m ighborliood soon Mr and Mrs Russell William of Clo verport are visiting Mrs Williams par cuts Mr and Mrs Andy Claycoiub Rubt Mlrkel and Miss Rosa Gardner daughtcrof Braxton Gardner were mar Â¬ ried lost Monday at tho residence of tho brides father near Floral Hancock county Mr Mlckol Is a young business man with a bright future and Miss Gard- Â¬ Jcrnette ner is a cultivated and accomplished Â¬ BuckUai Arnica Salve young lady Mies Gardner has a number of relatives iu this county Tho BnsT Salvk in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRheumFever Dr Price Cream Baking Powder Sores TotierGhapped HandeOhllblaitw Most Perfect Mtde Corns and all Skin Eruptions ami pos Â¬ itively rures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ -faction or monev refunded Prloa 25 WILL APPEAR IS THIS PAPER Main per box For sale by A R Fisltr Â¬ papor Richard Hawkins is building a now residence Miss Sallio Miller of New Bethel is on tho sick list Smith Waggoner is moving back to his old home hero Born to tho wifo of A L Howard a fine boy tho third Prayer meeting at tho church hero every Sunday at 2 p m Miss Aunlo Mattingly is visiting Mike Pophains family Cloverport Lulu Cashman of Union Star Is visit- Â¬ ing her sister Mies Cordelia AT LAW Mrs Carter wife of Felix Cnrter died ATTORNEY CLOVERPORT KY in tho asylum a few days ngo Offlca with David II Murray Eait end of Connor Johnson gave a delightful hop Iron Bridge nt his house Wednesday night Farmers aro about douo stripping toVery few havo sold yet bacco Itichard Adklsson Er of New Bethel wio had a stroko of paralysis Is better HARDINSBURQ KY Charley Oelzo has moved his saw mill Will practlco in all tho Courts in the hero from Rocky Run He is eloing a County and surrounding DiMrict great deal of sawing I Gus Broirtrru lV Â¬ ATTOKNEY at LAW R N Miller Washing Machines Thu undersigned is owner ot the Coun- Â¬ ty Right of Rreckenrldgo County Ken tucky for The Womans Jtlghta Wash They are a perfect wash log Machine ing machine and tho more trial of ono will convince any ono of its superiority over anything of the kind heretoforo offered Sold by me under Letters Patent Jons W Shouse Cloverport Ky By permission reference Is given Mrs L E Tesiri E Mus F Fkaize Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BE CURED lt pAPPtMAN yean rfTrrirrrriVvu4 ZmArVva lVWtMKim the widely known ipecUl of itudy baa aoperiecled hie aiter eyitem of mall treatment that he can now irerliiKO permanent Jlei ick and uiruliUelrh0ra 1 Price that la Thousand are availing iton Â¬ them selves of this cnMn nnnwl mB ww a -- IE r v All Clironlo Dis Â¬ eases Treated DCAr NCI ANO CATARRH EHONCHIAL IUNQ 7A0UBlt5MrARTaT0U- ACM tlVCR AND lOWfL BIIIAICIIPUtMrmc NIRVOUa KIN DIIEAlia RHIU MATI1M AND NIURAISIA CXHAUITIM Wliy Put Off taking medjoine until you You can keep a aro sick box of Ripans Tabules in the house and at the first signs of headache or bilious attack a single tabule will relitve you lupus TbuW imjf b obtuiKi through jour bo rU druggM Jik GHICKAMAUGA - f cU New treatment for PILKHand ULCKK8 Young or old men tattering from KiBNtr lABBtn URINARY DltCAal HOOD KIHN no ytAKNea or iihaustion actually storad to vigor health and happiness AirApFMMiaaiaaaaaaocMUtuwilBliiaiiall stag of expart specialists who cartlully eoa War 3h ease and prepare the proper raa Coowlutleti and opinion mo nail Treatment famished at the low raU tr of 2 TO 3 MOMTK Writ twfrwly and fully enetoM stamp tor sympioaH blank Mo I and CaUrrb No a Vor Men Wo 3 Por Women Address THCAKTUMAN MKCHCINE CO J7J K 43d IT - CHWAM ILL an rcMAit DiaiAitsv T VjuiEK ana permanent cures guar anteea H The best and mo scienlllic treatment Ml jjzz- fjgjBijMyrii jktTJJ wur 7rrBwMiwrv--- - wuijre1 ij uitipiiigpfippwippjjw ascssseac COL EDWIN FORBES The Porfpatotic Scriba and Relic EfrWOtttl II Gal fHH SRRGijLRllXxJ MHtf LEAGUE Best tWorid I 0uO Y jRp6hX K - - tSriuiTiitn IIbaihmos -- Horn v0 I8 t Cor Tho Judgomont on Hoods Pro nouncod by Squlro Fogg Examine your s N Huntor Strikes a Good Thing OUT AT VICTORIA Relics from Ireland Switzerland and Jerusalem DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN IIavcocii Countv Jnn 15 Weather bail but times looking up Trains running again regular wltligood runs of conl nnjl shipping tmber At present the oflicials of tho works are prospecting with a view of starting tho regular coal digging at tho principal mines For this purposo tho company has brought on a supply of tools and a full stock of general merchandise at their Bto o here Superintendent Percy Hopper has a forco of over fifty men from Indiana mak Â¬ ing railroad tics on the companys land which is being shipped over the road Since the post ofllco has been moved to Fricls store at the head of tiic mines and the mail route continued to Easterns precinct mail matter of all kinds has in- Â¬ creased five hundred per cent Robert Martin an old citizen of the Bannettsville now Victoria community Jos- Â¬ died at the homo of his eph Friel on tho evening of January 8 1893 in the 73rd year of his age Ho was born at Brownsville Fayette county lVnn December 10th 1822 and come to Bennettsville in tho early days of these public works October 23 1850 He married Miss Julia A Sanders She jliedat Fordsvllle December 10th 1802 Four children survive them one son and three daughters Their son William is a miner at Falcon Hancock county and their daughters aro Mrs Friel wife Joseph Friel Mrs Bonnon wifo of G Bannon and Mr Burns wife of James Burns all citizens of Hancock county Bob Martin as ho was called during the years he was with tho Brcckenridge Coal Company was one of their best workmen and in sickness or distress at that time his services as a nurso in tho sick room were indispensable and the memory of his philanthropical labor in the chambers of death will live for years iiitho community of his generous deeds He was a member of the U M Sand Â¬ ers chu ch and his remains were laid by the side of his wife in the grave yard near this church Joseph Friels children possess some raro specimons of foreign country relics sent to them through the American Consuls to Ireland Switzerland Jeru- Â¬ salem etc The relics were sent in ex- Â¬ change for Indian and other relics found in the region around aud about Victoria Among them I noticed a black thorn It twisted cane Irish Shlllalah a lump of fueuturf about eight inches square a sample of Irish gray Frize or water proof overcoat goods and Erins harp and sham Â¬ rock worked in green and gold on a black silk ground Miss Alice Murray of Can nolton Ind also received a lump of tun and a cane at the same time The fol lowing h a copy of the United State Consuls letter tho original Utter ii now In the poss jion of Miss Friel 15 Wavkhlky Place Nbw Yohk Nov Misses Addle Friel and Alic 31st 01 Murray Kentucky My DeHr Miss Ad die and Miss Alice Although it is quite some time Mince J W Burgess of Atli Ione Inland receiwd jour letter nl July last he has net forgotten you You see it is not every day onu has tho oppor- Â¬ tunity of seuding an Irish boy over to this country I was In Ireland somo time ago and Mr Burgess handed me your letter so I brouglit over a sod of turf especially for you indeed I may bo able to give you two if you ask them nice uud then what would you say to an Irish blackthorn stick such as we break one anothers heads with when wo happen to Imbibe a little freely of tho potoou I suppose in Kentucky you call it moonshine whiskoy in Ireland it is also called mountain dew I wont promise to send you any of this as I ilout think it is good for school girls even thauuh you do write good letters for 12 or 13 years old Now write me a nico long letter and tf 11 me what express company has an oflice in Victoria so that I will know how to send one sod of turf each and porhaps one black thorn each if you promise to not use them on one another Then I will leave it all to your sweet will what you are to send mo in return by which ViCToniA son-in-la- Tho wsenllnl featuro of Christianity which distinguishes it from nil other ro ligious in tho world is tho cultivation mid dovolopmont of the spiritual na ture Right RDitlnuiitH toward oneself hi fellow men mid Uod lie nt tho basin Tho qf all light character and action outward net is not to important ns tho innor life from viiich it Fpringt nud of which it is tho expression It is not tnongh to lmvo tho visible actions nud words proper nud kind Ono can do this simply to decoivo nud so tho moro ef fectually accomplish an evil nud mail cions design Nor is it possible for ono to long koop up n good outward appear nuco with caw and moral honesty un less tho iuuer naturo is right and pure Christ Flirrvd this principle of puro spirituality to lio nt tho basis of nil tho truo character nnd to bo fundamental in tho gospel This is tho teaching of tho Mjnnou ou tho mount He stated tho facts iu concisest form to tho woman God is spirit nt tho well of Sychar nnd they thai worship Him mut worThis is shown ship in spirit nnd truth in Hob x 10 to have been tho purposo of God iu rtvealing HiuiMilf to man kind I will put My laws on their heart nud upoi their mind also will I writo them Iu accordance with tills principle Paul declare that it i a matter of in dlfforciico wluthcr a Christian is circumcised or rot Tho necessary thing is Tilts id faith working through lovo confiding trurt iu God shown through nets of kindness nud afTcction This sooni3 foolish to tho worldly mindod or ns thonpostlc puts it Tho natural mail rccelroth not the things of the spirit of God and lit cannot know thorn becauso they nro spiritually judged or examin Â¬ ed But onu who is right minded or spiritual seos both sides and knows tho insufficiency tho ungodlikoupes of the whilo tho joyousnes ouo condition reasonableness and safety of tho other aro matters of real experience to him Ho is conscious of being in spirit n child of God knowing feeling nnd doing ns God Himself doe but over with tho difference which must exist between ono who is fluito and ho who is infinite Tho sarao power nnd presonco of tho Holy Spirit is promised him ns sustain ed that ono who was born of the scod of David according to tho flesh who was doclarod tho Son of God witli pow er according to the spirit of holiness by tho resurrection of tho dead even Jo sus Christ our Lord Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Shirt Next The following testimonial comes from T M Foge Esq who Is well known throughout Ken- Â¬ tucky as court Justice and Justice of the peace tor Bath county Ills words should Invoke tin confidence ot nil vs ho rend his letter t U I Hood It Co Lowell Mass I nil say for Hoods Sarsaparllla I believe It to be the best medicine in the world In the winter of 82 1 had a bad case of the grip which left my system In very bad shape I tried c cry thing I could find nnd got no relief In the fall ot the same year I bought a bottle ot Hoods Sarsaparllla The first iloso I took Drawer and see what shape Week We will publish the Opening Chapters if it is in for Spring Have you enough Shirts Are they in style and Our display celebrated up-to-da- our New Serial Mado a Docldod Chnngo for the better When I began taking tho first bottle my weight was 127 pounds the lightest By the time tho second bottle since manhood Hoodssrr biliousness Cures C Story te of the had been used my weight wns 1CS pounds I owe all this to Hoods Sarsaparllla nnd I gladly recommend It to alt sufferers T M Togo Justice of the Peace Shnrpsburg Kentucky Hoods Pills cure liver ills constipation Jaundice sick headache Indigestion 1rolty Small Our learned ingenious and charming Franklin It Head Is reported to linvu credited to Olher Weudell Holmes the authorship of n story he tcld at a ban quet nt tho Union League club when Introducing tho stnhvnrt Itov Dr V A Ho reXoblo to the rest ot the company called tliu physiological fact thnt after SO friend Â¬ i Â¬ Kpirorth Itcctorj This building though of such interest to Methodihts all over tho world is not now and nover was owned by them It bolougs to tho Established church of England nt does also tho old parish church of which John Wesloys fathor luted with Good morning Metliusy How do was rector Nono of tho Wcsloy chil you find yourself stand- dren was bo il iu tho houso now bo tho an Oh pretty woll would swer pretty well for nn old follow hut 1 Â¬ Â¬ years of ngo inon bccoino nppreclnbly smuller ly ft gnulunl settling process they will loso In 30 j mrs possibly ono quarter of nil Inch In height said Mr Dr OIU or Wendell Holmes once discussal thnt fact very enHead tertainingly among soma friends He pointed out lu n fanciful picture the strange effects In tho early days ot the world Imagine ho said iiioa of Biblical times who lived to bo COO or 1000 years old thus growing shorter continually during tho latter centuries of life Tho settling wo do iu our lrpf lives must bo but a bngntcllu to tin- - extended shortening Vou can ImnRlnu process they endured Methuselah nt the latter end ot hU span starting out of a morning and being sa Â¬ c M A A Monarch Shirt Cant be surpassed this They are up-to-da- season te stylish and just the thing to wear They range in price from 1 to 2 A word They fit and you always feel comfortable when you put on one of these Shirts am bothered somewhat by my shoestrings getting in my cyos Now this amusing Mt Is Indeed very nolmesy and it originated lu tho Holmes family but not with Oliver Wendell Tho gonial Autocrats equally gonial nnd witty brother John Invented and told that story A good many bright things said by Brother John have boon credited to Oliver Wendell Tho Autocrat wns the famous mombor of tho family and as such ho was honored with tho paternity of all tho bon mots thnt boro tho Holmes trademark Chicago Itccord Â¬ L nrxTonr epwortii esoland ing though much of tho oarly life of John nnd Charles was passed hero Tho former rectory was burned when John was 0 years of ago His thrilling roscuo from an nppor window mado an impres sion on his own mind as woll ns upon that of his mother which remained to tho end of his long lifo Visitors to tho present honso nro usually pointed to n window on ono end ns tho voritublo scene of tho occurrence but this is an error sinco that building was burned nud its foundations somo short distanco away havo recently been discovered aft er having boon long forgotten Â¬ Â¬ At tho 1ortralt Exhibit xJmI IB w IM JJ It IS in regard to Collars aud Cuffs All the most fashionable styles up-to-da- HiSSl Gr CJ te We are the leaders in Name In overy enso tho name which has been ndopted by tho young peoples society of a denomination covers somo in teresting bit of history Uulted Society of Christinu Endeavor declares tliti pur- Â¬ poso of tho organization nnd turves ns a constant reminder of tho obligations of its mombors Brotherhood of St Androw is spe- Â¬ cially fitting as tho title of a society whoso mombors nro plodgod to hunt up tho brother needing light and holp aud Young Pooples bring him to Christ union will not only aid tho Baptist young folks to romombor their duty to each other but expresses a fraternity with tho young of other churches and also tho unsaved Epworth League is a name which will ovor suggest to tho world at largo nud Methodists iu partic ular the importance of early roligious training Daily living after tho Now Testament pattern Is its practical mean ing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Full Illustrated Fnralskliig Goofe rOh sec mn what a Mlhs Suddonrleh lovely picture Yen dear but you Mrs Sudtlenrlch must look nt it through your lorgnette nud bo proper Oh plcnse mamma Miss Pudilenrlch dont ninko mo I reully want to sou this one Truth More Trouble Speaking of boats remarked tho ox change editor lint It n stratigo ttilnp big whaler will sometimes run ho thnt A Gooil Itmolutlon fc aes r 4jf W m Kentucky Homo However dont sond me one of your mountains as spaco is ex Â¬ pensive in New York Remember this also if you think of sending a slice of tho country that grows tho Blue Grass Now good by o my dear young ladles and I hope when studying your physical geography you give particular attention to the country of Praties and Buttermilk Sincerely yours B D Connor through Miss Friel also recelvod United States Consul Win F ICemm icr at Hoogen Switzerland a mountain flower known as the Eddlvolyis which will not grow below the altitude of 5000 feet above tho level of the sea and a leaf of Switzerland opium poppy which is double the size of that plant grown in America Mr Friels lttl3on Francis also re- Â¬ ceived from T G Ally United States CobmI at Jerusalem a fern loaf from tytt rains of Betbsalck and a Mlgnouutto flower from the tomb where our Saviour The relics are all in a good WM kid atata of preservation and are no doubt jut m our American Consuls have reprinted them to be as shown by the aeeowpjtnylg letters of our foreign Em InnnJofkl Ministers from the United Btatea to Utq Eastern OBllnwnt ri twmnmlior vrtnranlvoa nnil vnnt OKI I will earnestly seek for myself aud do what I can to help others attain tho highest Now Testament standard of experience nud life I will abstain from all thoso forms of worldly amusement forbidden by tho discipline of tho Meth odist Episcopal church nud I will at- Â¬ tend so far ns possible tho roligious meetings of tho chapter aud tho ohuroh Epworth and tako somo aotlvo part League Pledge Â¬ to such 1 collier to order Thats wherry bad grumbled tho ex chnngo editor looking at him sharply If its yawl ho same to you stiffly rojolucd tho other Ill ask you to quit your scow lino and broko In tho man with Your bark the shrars Is worse than your bbht I dont need any of your goudolonees nnyhow Ves you do You dont Kutch on observed Your language gcntUmcn tho real estnto editor with n view to ro Coring order smiicks of Youre trying 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BREOKKNHIDGE NRWS OLOVHRPORT KY j 1 FORT FISHERS STORY A FIERCE 4 ASSAULT AND GAL- Â¬ LANT DEFENSE THIRTY YEARS AGO Torriblo Bombardment Wagod For Two Days by ships 48 Union War- Â¬ Horolc Fighting Whon Terrys Soldiers Stormed tho Palisades and Ramparts From our Special Corrcspon lent J by Major General Alfred II TYrry and numbered 8000 men Terrys orders woro bealcd and woro to bo opened when ho was out at soa His destination was not known to any ono in tho army or navy oxcopt tlioso who had to know it Terry him self was ignorant of it until ho broko tho seals of his instructions out nt sea Iu thoso instructions ho was told to communicate- freely with Admiral D D Porter and seek to havo entiro harmony between tho army and navy in tho expedition Porter had a total of 13 vossols which ho formed in three lines with arthorvo During tho night they anchored off Fort Fisher and on tho morning of tho 121th tho now Ironsides ran up to within 1000 yards Some of tho ironclads reached as near as 700 yards and got into position under n heavy flro Tho lauding of Ter rys wcu was covered by several vessols not engaged in tho bombardment Tho troops went nslioro on tho sea beacli about fivo miles abovo tho fort and be tween it and tho intrenched camps of Braggs army of Wilmington 15y 3 oclock p in tho troops and stores wcro safely lauded and General Puiuos colored division pushed forward to Capo Fear river tho other sido of tho peninsula Heroa lino of defenses was begun in order to repel any advnnco of tho Confederates from Wilmington It was seen that tho firo from tho navy was do ing much damago nud an assault was determined upon for tho forenoon of tho 15th Tony was to sond in thrco brigades iu columns of n brigado front to Btorm tho laud side whiio 2000 sailors nud marines should assail tho works on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm IK FISHER N C tho most powerful earth work in tho Confederacy wni car ried by n bold Union assault on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ORT I8W1 lfi after n licavy naval b o in 1 n r d ment Tim Union flcot transport Bailed from Fort JMonroo Jan Â¬ Jan G Tho forco was led tho scasido Tho Confederate garrison of tho fort numbered 1 GOO men General Whiting 1 r t V - k had entered tho fort from Wilmington on tho 13th after tho Union armada and troops appcrrcd and had told tho commandant Colonel Lamb that iio anil his command wero to bo left to their fate for General Bragg was looking for n pohition to which to retreat Tiio preparations for assault wero lis covered iu tho fort and an attempt wrs mado to confuso tho columns by firing grape but tue storms of shot that swept tho works from navy guns cut down tho Confederates cannoneers at an appall ing rate and it was evident that tho danger could only bo averted by hand to hand struggles on tho walls At 3 oclock promptly tho signal was gjven by tho noiso of moro than 60 steam whistles of tlio Union fleet nud tho land column sprang forward to tiio charge Geueril Curtis brigado had tho lead and pushed forward to tho northwest bastion near tho river Tho Confederates wcro soon to man tho parapets tho moment tho naval firo ceased which was dono to allow tho Union troops to movo up Colonel Lamb judged by tho soul stirring whistles that tho hour had como mid ho desired to rccoivo tho assailants on his torpedoes as soon as tlioy readied tho walls Leaving instructions with tho commander of tho northwest front ho went to tho angle of tho works where tho naval column hud been light ed fearing that that was tho vital point Tiio sailors had lauded successfully and halted beyond rifle rango undercover of tho Hand hills that formed tho surfacoof tho beacli Tho men wero in ono long lino nud mado n formidablo show do ceiviug tho enemy into tho boliof that this was tho main assault and dividing his garribon At tho signal tho sailors moved down tho beach sheltered by n lino of sand hills and thou turned squarely upon tho fort But tho batteries farther down tho Confederate lino could sweop tho btrotch of beacli which nt that point was nearly half n milo wide nud tho muskets in tho fort did torriblo execution Thrco cinnoii iu tho fort pourod canister into tiio nssailants nud both General Whiting nud Colonol Lamb stood on tho parapet cheering tho men nt their work Tiio sailors wcro unaccustomed to laud maneuvers nud very hoou showed tho bo riousness of this defect Their odicers ninong them tho gallant Lieutenant W 13 Cnshlug rallied nud led thoin as woll as possible but tho forward columns halted under tlio wallnof tho fort lying down to escape tho flro from above und tho rear columns on closing up did tho Baruo Tho delay thus caused was fatal Tho Confederates wcro cheered by tho sight of n sort of panlo tiiat had seized theso novices iu war nud turned nway toreccivo tho land column which was announced to bo closo nt hand by tho sharp musketry and tho booming of grapo shotted gnus on tho north front bimultanoouily Whiting mid Lamb saw in that direction thrco of General Cur tis battleilags on tho ramparts adjoin ing tho northwest bastion Curtis advance had not been without difficulty At places tho hollow in tho sand wero filled with wator nud thin had to bo waded through nt Bomo points wahU deep Tho flro from tho fort was ncattwlng but when tho palisades woro leached thoy could not bo scaled and had to be ont away When Curtis flags crowned tfae Utworkf the divition owBMBder aeneral Awes who wm up Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lied General Whiting moving down tho lino from right to left had led somo men to tho first chamber held by Cur tin and succeeded in recovering that and tho adjoining pamiots although ho received wounds tint cost him his life Colonel Lamb had got a outsido tho parapets in order to get i view of tho distant parts Ho found tho front rov crcd with nsmllmit and also discovered thathis torpedo whe lail U en destroy Â¬ ed by tho navy shots that hud plowed tho sand many feet deep unl theso torriblo weapons wcro uoles Hut tho gnr rison was fighting biavely nud Lamb chforcd them with Miohopothat thofort could bo hold until iluk when Bragg woud oomo to their aid His sharp shooters cut down nil tho Union color bearers and tho hoatilo flag vanished Tiio traverses from tho outer wall which intcisccted tin paropttsevcryfow yards now btcanioburricadesovor which tho conibatnn j fought often nt arms length Tiio naval column was out of tho light entiroly mid tho jitu on tho vcsls kept up n steady firo along tho Fca faco wallwheriithocailorftliid lorn repulbcd Gradually taking a wider target thoy poured their shots into tho nctivo Con federate batteries This greatly demor alized tho garrison and tho assault was rapidly pushed by tho remainder of Gen eral Anita division Colonol Bolls bri gado was ordered up to tlo nnglo whoro tho land face and tho sea iaco joined but tho ad vture though bravely made was chcckc d by sdmrp nuskotry firo from tho Confederate traverse It now beeamo n soldiers fight in ovcry scno of tho woid Tho traverses ranged all along tho main parapet und extending HO feet to tho icar with their shotproof sides nnd numerous passages wcro so many littio forts nnd tho cap turo of any ono of them by Terrys men simply drovo tho dufeudeis back to an other ono But tho entering wedgo had been driven by Curtis brigado Tho por tion of tho works hold by him was n protection to n flanking column which formed on tiio interior of tho main para pet and bwept around in rear of tho low of traverses This compelled tho garii sou to como out of their citadels and fight in open ground or bo captured iu them For n timo tho Confederates mot this flank attack from behind nn old breastwork that extended along tho interior piano of tho innlosuro Colonel Lamb went along tho batteries south toward tho point and dircctid nheayflro to bo thrown into tho northwest portion of tho work whero tho danger was so threaten ing On his way ho ordeied every available man forwaid to tho first tiaverso ahead of Terrys men and on his leturu ho found that travel so still hold by his stubborn soldiers nlthough tho slaughter ninong them had been nppalliug Tho firo from tho fleet had scooped out gries in tho sand and his dead wero lying in them as they fell half buried by tho showers of dust throwu out by tho bursting shells Great timbers gun carringcJ and even cannon broken by tho lingo missiles fiom tho fleet wcro lying iu heaps nud on and at ootid them woro tho dead who had vainly tried to defend them Tiio advanco of Terrys men had been arrested and Colonel Lamb summoned all his forco to tho front traverse with tho determination to cliargo upon tlio as sailants and drivo them out Signals woro Edit to tho gunners iu tho fort to withhold their flro on tho position hold by Terry during tlnscountorcliargo Tho distanco between tlio combatants was not nbovon hundred foot nnd calling on men and officers to follow Limb leaped tho breastworks with tho order Forward Double Charge bayonets Instantly n Union bulquick March let cntorcd his right hip and ho sank on tlio works Terrys men poured n heavy volloy of bullets into tho Confederates and tlio latter full back behind cover Colonel Lamb was taken to n bomb proof nud tho command given to Major jamos Ueilly who agreed to coutiuuo tlio Etrugglu as long as ho had a man left But this effort of tlio Confederates dopletcd their ranks on tho traverses nud n new Union forco under Colonel Abbott on tlio left of Ames brigades capturod somo of tho traverses between Ames position and tho sea The laud Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nt tho front immcdlntoly ordered Colo nel Pennypnckors brigado to his sup jwrt for tho flint tmccuss was no moro than n lodgment Tho stronghold was In tho thotprouf chambers whore- ovcry foot of ground could bo disputed and to thodefensoof thorn tho Confederates ralÂ¬ Â¬ POULTRY EXPERIMENTS Soasonablo Suggestions and Notes About Leghorns and Plymouth Rocks KIIIIK8 V V I n The Big Doll AT- - iw-B- - Correctly weekly by rumphrey A Iaufer Pro Â¬ duce Comniltdnn Mcrchanti Jtibccand Srlict Main and Market Ioulivlllc K7 LOllISVIbLfe KY Jan 2SI Ibv5 81ilrwri should mark all packbgea plainly with ihltfri nama and rx6t offiea adJroi DUTTEll Choice onuntrv Mrdluin Creiiinary KlKlb 12 a II H jy 2u ds 2b 20 21 liko to btay in their roo ting places dur Â¬ ing tho day I have nnd I dont blamo cm says Fniuiio Field in Farm Poul try I should not liko to stay cooped up in a bedroom nil day I tun inclined to think thnt tho chief reason why so many lato molting hens cither kcol up and dio ot ripe linger along nud get their new Milt on mi clowly that tiiry aro no good ns layers until well on toward bpriug is becnupo tliny havo no sheltered loafing plneo For n week past I hnvobcen watching n few old Leghorn hens that uro ki nearly nuked thoy aro not fit to npprnr Lcforo folks nud al though I dont particularly ndmirn the Leghorns as n tiibo I must say lint 1 respect thofoLiglormfor tho gaod thry havo dono nud fur tho good homo they now display They kept right on laying whilo their old feal hers wero dropping off but now thnt their old milt art gono tonlmo t tlio Inst feather and they liavo only Ihu uuncrt of pinfeathcrs to cover their hides they havo quit laying nud appearing i rotr puny nnd spend their waking hours iilcr that shed Â¬ Â¬ Ilttventyon noticed that liens dont rrexh ndlaca Old or IlliANS MIohlgKn hand picked Ny Common and colored FKATI1KUS 1 I to 22 5 74 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 3b 38 24 c 30 14 CJ 0 CO 24 74 7 r Trims white Mixed Old No 1 duck gouie- 1AMK Habblti perdri Enuirreli per dii Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep iklm HIDES 41 VA 7 5Ji 7J4 g U 1 20 A 40 0 6 7 7o7 ti 10 POULTRY Item por lb Ducks- Turkejs allre - l lurkiyi dressed i DRIED AllLKd AMD PKAOIlta Apples choice bright quarters to 4 Apples arerage to 5 bi Will be given away to morrpw Mnmtna to Johnnie who has been given n pear with pills Apples old Peaohes new Peaches old WOOL 4 to 4 Tab washed Urease Una Grease coarse Merino Hurry and Cuts Tallow lleeswax Sorghum art 21 2U4 14 WIS 13 W 14 10 12 12 8 a fully concealed in it Well dear have you finished your pear Yes mamma nil but the eeedsl Johnnio placed at tiio head cs or great conso quencc Bogin by feeding nt regular hours nud let tho prnctico extend over all tho stock Feed tho morning meal nt daylight Tho hens fed at 3 to 4 in tho afternoon nud going to root immediately will bo hungry by 0 tho next morning and rendy for breakfast It this bo delayed tho system will suffer and tho forces which would go to tho building of eggs bo di verted to supply heat to tho system Let tho morning meal hoof cooked food something easily digested nud this should bo fed warm to rafco nt onco tho tempcraturo or tlio body tho quantity being only onongh to bupply tho do mauds satisfy tho hungry cry and send tho hens to their work singing all tho while An abundant breakfast moans n dull htupid flock for half n day at loast Activity is tho htciet of good health and tho underlying principlo of eg production To iusuro this tho morning ration pliould bo of cooked food U d warm moderately dry ond not enough to satisfy tho hens Let tho noon ration if any bo fed bo entirely of vogetablcb a few chopped onions or a cabbage hung in the pens just high enough to oblige tho hns to jump to peck it Awut 3 p m feed tho wholo grain oats wheat and in tho very cold est weather a littio com At present pricos feed wheat but bo sparing of tho quantity Ouoquait tor 15 to 17 lions is sufficient nud this should bo so scat- Â¬ tered and buried that only n kernol nt n timo will bo found CUan pens fresh water pure nir nud a sybtcm of feeding such ns is hero outlined will biing mon Â¬ ey to tho owner every mouth of tho winter Â¬ Â¬ MiaJHLlAWliUUB Thursday Â¬ 24 4Ji Molasses 30 31 34 UAY GRAIN FKED We quote prices to dajr on Louisville oily OATS 32 3S 13 00 12 00 11 00 jzrzspC7 sr- RV 11 L V - rorcrtt Malting I mil soinowlmt interested in chickens nnd winter eggs says n farmer but havo had tronblo iu getting my hens feather ed and laying beforo whiter I tried an experiment this season which I beliovo will assist winter egg production I plucked tho greater portion of thair feathers nbout July The result is tliit tlioso io treated wero feathered perfect ly Nov 1 and laying eggs My reason for this is to grow feathers whilo tho weather is hot nnd eggs cheap 1 Â¬ wharfi No 2 oats Jan 31 95 UAY Strictlj choice Choice No 2 Oood Medium Good Bright Straw CORN Choice white Choice shelled Good to extra hipping 10 40 11 00 10 00 4 40 Come and make a purchase of twenty five cents and sret a ticket 42 46 CATTLE 4 3 3 3 00 60 40 00 90 84 40 74 4 3 3 3 Light shipping s22rr--- -- COLOMII WILLIAM LAMII COMMAND VNT AT JOIST HbllEl forco was now held at bay only around tho sallyport Iu another hour tho sally port had been canied Tho Confcdorato rear guard mado tho best fight they could only yielding inch by inch and it wns 10 oclock or seven hours nfter tho fight began when he last traverse nnd battery wero iu Terrys hand Tho victory was complete but it had been gained at heavy cost Only a cour ago that was peerless could bustaiu a bat tlo seven hoard under thoso conditions UliOWIK L K 151 hit My faith looks up to thoo production of Hay Palmor when 22 years old It was published mously in a newspaper and first ed popularity in Fuglnnd was n ho was Thoy which is open only to tho hontli loaf but they do not droop Their tyes aro bright and barring their lack of covering thoy look well And how they eat ItahvuyH hcemed to mo that a Leg horn could hold more food in proportion to tier bizo than anything else on nrth except n hearty growing boy but Hiew Leghorns outdo all tho gnbtronamio feats of all tho other Leghorns that I ever had any acquaintance with But they put their food to good uso for 1 can fairly heo tho new feathers grow Now I know that somo who read this will laugh nt tho idea of my own 1 All ha ing a Leghorn and sy thought you would como around to n liking for tho gicat egg pioducors if you would only get rid f your preju dices and give tlieii a fair tiial Not quito bo fast I didnt buy theso Leg horns nud dont lilo them over nnd nboo well They fell to mo nlong with n much inn down faim ind us they wcro laying I concluded to keep them whilo they paid Now I am going to keip thoni still longer to ex periment with In dollars ami conts many of tho experiments that I proposo to mako not only with Leghorns but with other breeds nud witli fowls of no houses broodcis breed witli foods etc will not pay me but they will bo of benefit to other poultry raisers who may not havo either timo or money to conduct experiments themselves Much of tlio ground I havo goiio ovor beforo and havo gieu tho results to tho poul- Â¬ try world but tho work was conducted under other and moro favorable conditions Now I rccognio tho fact thnt poultry exjieriments to bo of practical beuefit to farmers und furmers wives and daughters who aro trying to find out how to mako tho farm liens pay must bo conducted under something liko tho conditions that provail on tho majority of farms Thero aro not many who liavo tlio timo or opportunity to do this but to mo lias coma tho chance nud I shall do my lovol best to mnko tho most of it and if tho pcoplo who may profit by tlio work thnt I shall do iu this lino do not riso up and call mo blessed they will bo on ungrateful set But to get back to tho breeds wo havo somo of our old favorites tho Barred Plymouth Rocks that uro as old as tho Leghorns already mentioned nnd they too are molting but nojio of thorn gtt so nearly naked as tho Leghorns nud most of them aro laying Thoy dont drop their feathers nil ut onco but n few nt n timo nud tho now ones come iu tho saino way so I doubt much if they really know that anything unusual is going on Thoy show it though for tho now feathers so dnrk nud glossy scattered around among tho faded and dull old biicd glvo their plumago tho appoarauco of a patchwork quilt Wo havo but ouo of tho Rocks that is really ragged nud iu nil our expericuco with Rocks wo havo teen but few that wero very ragged at molting tiiiu and they seemed to mind molting much less thau Leghorns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mil liquors iicy Inultry Notei Strong stimulating food has n tenden Â¬ cy to disorgauio tho stomach and produce indigestion Better results can bo obtained by giv ing a warm feed hi tho morning and warm water to dritik Gather tho eggs in wlutor as soon as possiblo after they nro laid to prevent them from getting frozen Milk in any form is both meat and drink for laying hens as it contatus constituents of tho white or albumen of Â¬ Â¬ Best Butchers Medium to good butchers HOQS Choice packing nnd butchers 4 4 Fair to good 6 Roughs Bhoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring- Fair to good 25 75 65 24 4 00 4 90 6 74 4 00 2 24 2 40 All persons holding tickets will please be SUEEP 2 CO 2 74 4 40 2 40 4 74 4 00 R Loulsvile St Louis Texas B Coi prompt them in in bringing 3STO eggs TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect A 24 try business A littio Poor laud Is wcllndnpted to tho poul PHILOSOPHY AND HENS linscod oilcako meal say n tablospoonful to each tulult bird thrco times n week will help to ndd gloss to tho plumago Irregular feeding is thought to bo tho causo of many disordcis among fowls Poultry raising is on tho increnso us farmers got better acquainted with tho industry A western poultrymnn says that thero is nothbg that will bring eggs like steamed cut hay nnd granulated fresh bone It May Do At 600 oclck Sud7 Dec S0f 1854 Jno D Babbage Weil Bound Train Kpri 72 7 30 7 47 Mil 8 Eatt Bound Trim STATIONS Mall 62 E1 Kxprs Kxpra ltxpr Dally 1 Dally Dally 630pm 7 3Uim 6 45 74 821 8 4i lvUnn ptir Kentucky St West Point Howard Hock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Bkron Gutton Irvlntrton Webster Iodlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Skllman Hawesville Petrle Falcon Cayce Lewisport Powers Pates Owenaboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlngton Griffith Shopa Dally 8 30pm COpm 12 11 Ilantunn Aro IIIn Jupx and Shanclinls Ar Liko Sweden THE as Much for You F MMtts For 755 804 8 Id 45 2 VIVlxm 1147 11 SU 815 735 714 7 30 7 07 8 63 IIiuo you ever thought how cloely fowls icseinblo people No Well I al ways think of n Bwcdo when I seo ono ol my Shanghai roosters stalk past Tho Cochin Chump low set and broad in tho beam huggest Suabians Tho Plymouth Rock reminds mo of n Piatt deutsclier and tho bantam with its bright ejo nnd glossy plumage is liko tho Jap in moro ways than ouo But say I find tlio baiiyard flock n mighty faithful picturo of modem bo ciety Tho old dowager lions nro tho so- Â¬ cial censors and any flyabout skittish young pullets that try to head tho pro intision nro vigorously chaperoned into tlio backgiouud by tho aid uns You of ten seonpasholof dignified middle aged fowls enjoying n G oclock dust bath iu tho garden nnd gossiping nwny over family reciets Thoio is tho emancipated hen witli spurs who can whip her weight in ganio cocks Thero is tho hen in knick erbockers who tries to crow and gets cackled down and guyed to death by tho half grown broilers Thero is tho hen that gets set in tier ways and iucubutcs herself thin over n pair of glass nest cgg rtcsplto all tho urgumonts of hor ftiuids Tlicro is tho bargain countur hen My wife nlwnys finds her on tlio skirmish lino whcif sho shakes out tho tablecloth Thero is tlio timid lieu who jumps witli alarm ovcry timo n grass hopper leaps fiorn tinder her feet There is tho foolish gadding lion who is al ways getting in front of road wagons or sitting on tlio comb of tho stablo roof cackling about nothing Oh I toll you thorfis liens nnd hens A Phi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Fred Miller of Irving III writes that he iind a Severe Kidney troublo for many years with sovero pains in his back nud also that his bladder nsufle t ed He tried many so called Kidney cures but without any good result About a year ago he began use of Elec Â¬ tric Bitters and found relief at once Electric Bitters is specially adapted to cure of nil Kidney and Liver troubles nnd often gives almost instnnt relief One trial will piove our statement Price only 50c for large bottle At A It Fishers drug store Not En Very Ada Is Jack Fogi rs n talknttvo manf Helen Im bcon tryinjj for two years to mako him spcal - Life Love bt n Mils a Jtlnuto PAP CflLEHPflR 1 S 8 21 8 30 8 38 8 45 8 55 tfW 911 914 9311 9 47 9 30 900 914 917 931 9 43 910 10 00 1009 1014 1020 1033 10 f 9 1050 1102 1119 1115 1119 9 09 9 21 1131 1122 1114 1105 1059 1049 1041 1037 1028 1023 10 20 10 IB 653 630 614 606 667 652 6 41 6 40 tiZ3ttg0 ooo 100 937 929 919 911 0C5 9 23 5 45 6 40 5 367 6 24 6 09 4 69i 951 1002 10 9 48 621 A 07 45t 4 4 4 4 4 1012 1018 45 42 36 20 03 1035 1048 1059 1100 1114 112i 1143 1256am 12115pm 1218 12 21 12 Need VtfjEgS 1119 1125 1133 1145 1235 i7 AI-- a V- II v-rvTV v Sxr Ti U i Tin f 1 Y7 XvT- rr-Wym - - i I T A Desk Calendar is a necessity mo it convenient kind of storehouse for memoranda The Columbia Desk Calendar is bryht st and handsomest ot all full of dainty silhouettes and pen sketches and entertaining thoughts on outdoor exercise and Occasionally reminds you of sport the supirb quality of Columbia Bi- Â¬ cycles and of your need of one You wont object to that c f course The Calendar will be mailed for five 2 ccnt stamps Addr is Calendar Department 1263 7 44 Spottsvllle 316 1153m 12M 734 tlasetts 310 1 15in arHenderan lv 1210am 72im 255pm 1J42 Itcdi 840 830 817 809 616 761 400 347 70 3 41 3 37 3 30 323 St L 4L q f FardsvIle B anch TIE TABtLNo24 TAKINO ally Dally Sun ex bun No 1 Mo5 EFFECT West Hound Trains DEO 30 1894 Kast Uound Trains I iliriONS I llOlOiu 1160 12 01pu 22 1251 12 irMii tar h rt flinwil MjnllnihiiH Kirk No 2 r 9 2J 810 7 50 7 30 7 00 ix Dally Sn n Suri No Dally f I tMAJLAj frfrfrsW frfrfrM Mention tlil ptptr POPE MFQ CO Hartford 8 Conn j1 i6 1M 233 2 42 110 121 135 lolh 650 6 30 llcndcn 11 Dcniptter 620 allsifnuirhlv 600 Pickv ile 6 27 Huth Aakln rw e r M---aHJ- - 25t 30i S4D ArKnnlavilii r Oiat 6 16 6 0S 4ft0 4 I 3am j rfMI XI losophcr fitoiuacli Fowls swallow their food broken or not and it enters tho crop or first stom ach nud remains in it until it has bo como Boftcued intro or less When u A Â¬ BEST Condensed News imrl czm i f3frf i TMaviJK as Ttn TIiuki Tu Teu liens iu n house that Is 10 feet square with yaids ton times tlio bizo ot tho houso is n ruin to go by Ton hens with ouo main is tho correct mating and teu eggs under u sitting hon in winter nro enough Teu weeks uro long enough to Uep n broiler beforo it goes to market A pair of ducks or fowls should weigh not over ten pounds 10 conts per pound is near tho nvorago piico for fowls iu maiket und 10 rents should feed n lieu ouo mouth Dont Overfeed Bo careful nbout the quantity of food given to tlio pullets Dont ovoifccd If oom was worth 10 n bushel it wonld bo n blcshiiig to tho poultrymen Ly arousing them to tho fact that honinthliig elso is better Stop tho watto of corn nud permanent injury to tho pullets Eggs nro high mid this should bo tho poultrymaus harvest timo It may bo if tho hens und pullctti nra not overfed tuid allowed to get fat WINTER SUGGESTIONS Tlow to Keep Heat Ilraltliy autl Laylng- - small quantity at a time just as grain runs into a giibt mill it is forced into tlio npied Ve8 1 think tlicro IV bho muniurcd 03 slie gizzard among tho grit Tho gizzard is felt his tiu trclliitf ana a stroug muscular stomach nud it is TUoro Is rudly moro aiuuni mo than I nt work night mid day when thero is a need -- Truth grjst to grind similar to bellows contracting nnd expanding and thus forc- Â¬ ing tlio gilt into tlio grain nnd trituiat CtnVTutlonal Uiciue ing tho wholo mats nftcr which it is Tho notlflciitlon commlttco rcmnlnod iu n suitable condition to bo quickly di- ttniidlug gested Mndam said tho chairman bowing Â¬ Â¬ U theru juite enough aru mil you he la- quii tMl In plain itltmn ymlit tiuw oa at lljbtnlng i tho blentkr W i r An Interesting Situation Tiken from our New Seriul rrn Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL HIS tODNIl IN TUB Weekly Courier - JoutnaF vla1 I anony attain Â¬ Â¬ t Cures Rlslno mm your nomination to tho hlglion tlio gift of tlio people throat Tlio cmnnclpnted Sentlcmeii teinponuicoiirly Which eulllnelj jow wo nnvo tno iionor to inrnrm you of olllco in woninn cleared hor WnffflTi n Every porson big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro-Â¬ nounce it tho best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so we guar- Â¬ antee Forsalo byShort IfaynesClov orportjDr It II McMullin McDanlels M Meyer A Co Iiuras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Ilosctta Drury Bennett Co Bowleyville Ky W K Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Ghlckamauga will begin next week First of nil tho fact of regularity in foeding must bo established It not only meHa better liealth and larger preAfcr but also reduced coat licjjes Us o be alata blesstuir over offered child hearing wo Â¬ mid wife man I liavo been for many years and in each caso whero Motiikiw Fhiehij wus used it nccomnlislied won ders and relieved mucuvi mffer- inir It is tho best roineUy for rising of the Breast ktiovrn and worth tho price fori that alone Mits M M IlHBwfTKit Montgomery Ala Pant br Kipren or Vntlon reV olpt of botlla bold bf all Ileno prlollHookytt To malhd fra HUAUITIMUt others Friertf Is the trrcatest youulTermc Detroit Tribune sho replied spcnklngcx I regret the iici cmIi I iu to ilLclInn thn liunnr I Imvent a thing to wear MMMIIKi BV dm IA A ten lsiliat 1 nlrfht rnlinnn asiiiyvmin XT -paper HENBY WATTEBBON Is the KJitor Hsl iiti IMUCG 1M a YEAR The WKBKIY COUHIUIt makes very liberal terms to agent JOUItNAI bainple copies ol tho paper and Premium hurmlemn sent fret to any address V Write to COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY v Ouclit to Succeed Foggs Are you tho cashier of this baukf Bhoenlcnther Yrs but I dont socm to placo you Foggs Im tho agent of tho Live and Let Ilvo Iiulomnlty coiiipiuiy For n small amount wu will gunmntoo that when you skip with tlio proceeds you wont be brought back NewVork World F A WTOIHEL Author of Chattanooga and popular War Stories THE BRECKENRIDfiE NEWS ANfl IeHlavlllr Kr jh THt othr WEEKLY CBUBIEH JOURMAL Will bo seat cm ymr io my adilrew tor 176 Cloverport Ky AJJrTl rlaarvvvBinnL Kua tiftl Tho interesting situations in Wolhn UKUUIAroWCO ATLAhTA Qk What Cuultl 11a 8a jT Tho young mini clutched hU elderly frland iu a frantic Krmp What ought a feller to my he asked when a yunng woman asks him If ho thinks she Is as old as the looUf In duuMftoUs Journal this story aro numerous the dialogue is delightful and lha characters are engaging and life Aa4irrinaoryo Chickaraaliga Jove and Aanluwr life yftil ma appastr in Utk fifty V fPiw igyJ OCLZE -- f YJT T ir rW 1 f rnrn TpmmUHgg THE BRHOilBNHlDOB Trrpinmnnrrn trmtmifvnntktftitcmmtrr- NB8 OLOVRRPORT KY eiRoeco Miss Ella llnynca left for Loncti tho 21th to enter uchool Mrs Nella Shauklctt sold seven hun dred and ninety two dozen eggs last year Born to the wife of our genial merchant Charley II Morgan tho 23rd Inst n fine boy Charleys bright smile haunts mo still As my Idler failed to see tho light in 5 - Awarded Hlnlirbi lionUfsWoridi Pilh crcecllds- - isaw Ihlll al Schooner 1dlht wliS hurried tdit Friday night 1 tj AMEL Doatlt D fJTEPHENBPDRT yThey say Scolt McCoy qulto a Indies man Ah Is getting la bo -- so Scollle -- old v if mnj tan anat m Loss 000 MS Will anil CREAM BAKING WWDffi MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD A Notico to Subscribers the label indicate the time to which your subscription l paid This serves both as a receipt an expiration notice every week Kxamlnc the date printed after vnur name on the margin ofthls paper an see IT It la correct If not correct please to let ui know If your time has expired please renew at once The date on Breckenridge News 30 1893 WEDNESDAY JANUARY LOCAL BREVITIES Jas M Lewis is improving J ida B Pace wns in tho city Tuesday Judgo W D Holt is at Lnk eland Flor- Â¬ John Mercer Lyonia week wns in town last Kfi Whitford or tain don England witli his family boiuo time iri February Arthur Ilnyncn Union Star is the father of a lino girl Sarnh Elizabeth horn Jan 23 Ruben Reynolds is dangerously ill with pneumonia at his home near Holt Mr Reynolds is one of the oldtst men in tho bottom UMis Foster Heyscr is preparing to runko her brothers in California n visit She will lcavo some timo next month Her little daughter Ray will accompany her Jas M Simons died at his homo near Hardinsburg Jan 25 He was a popular Ho has young man 23 years of age many friends who will bo pained to learn of his death Mre Annlo Newsoms house caught fire Saturday afternoon in the rooms oc- Â¬ cupied by Jas Galligan The fire caught from some wood work near the flue It was put out before much damago was done Had it occurred in the night it would have cleaned out that block LMr Henry Wright fireman on the Texas and Miss May Ryan of this city wero quietly married at tho resid- Â¬ ence of tho brides mother last Thurs- Â¬ day Rev 8 G Shelly performed the ceremony after which they left on tho train for Ellzabethtown Mr Wrights home jJThcro wns a family reunion nt Mr WMr tr--i- bf a Grirjlit Voting Boy J list Blushing Into Manhood rf tr L i - mi - K- - s X 4 K P- - Jas Wheeler went to Louisville Wed Â¬ nesday Mies Minnie Murray went to Hardlns burg Sunday Harry Roth has moved ftom Louisville to Erlanger Ky OT Skillman returned from Louis- ville Wednesday Mens scarlet wool undershirts a snap to day lSc Sulzers Father Niehaua spent several days in Lousvillo last week The doll contest at Cabbages comes ofl Thursday Jan 31 Our remnant counter is again full of special bargains Supers Ladles 4 cloaks reduced for to day and to morrow to 1 Sulzcrs b Mr Wilson tho Fordsvillo merchant king was in the city last week Now is tho time to get an overcoat while they ure cheap Sulzers iMiss Lafayette Lallelat is expected homo from Boston to morrow It N Miller County Attorney Hard insburg was in town Saturday Make some llttlo girl happy by giving her a ticket on the big doll at Babbages Whero are you going my pretty maid Im going for groceries to Sulzers she said Thursday Jan 31 is the last day that tickets will be issued on tho big doll at Babbages Noble W Hendilck was visiting his sister Mrs America Morton last week at Itock Lick Miss Maggio Bowmer went to Ilender-son Thursday to visit her sister Mrs John Burke s Winter not half gone get a pair of warm snow shoes liko wo offer this week Sulzers Tho Louisville Daily Tost and tho BrtKCKENniDOE News one year for 275 post paid to any address When the snow begins to melt nway Come you will need water tight Bhoes to us wo have thorn Sulzers Make a purchase of twonty flvo cents and get a ticket on the big doll at Thursday is the last day Mr Miller llawesvllle representing Co boots aud shoes David Kahn Cincinnati was in tho city yesterday Trices in our great grocery department are in sympathy with tho workingmen we are tho workingmans frlonds Sul Â¬ Babbages present wero Mrs Mary Mattln Brand- Â¬ enburg Mrs D S Roberts and daughter Miss Jennie Ekron Mrs Z T He rndon and daughters Misses Eva and Maude and Miss Jennio Hardin Brandenburg Mr nnd Mrs W E Minor Holt KILLING AT PATESVILLE Ed Pulliam An Escaped Lunatic With- Â¬ Shoots Burgess Swopo out Warning SW0PE STILL ALIVE News reached this city late last even Â¬ ing of the killing of Burgess Swopo by Ed Pulliam with a doublo barrel shot gun on tho streets of ratesvillo yester- Â¬ day Swopo and Thos Pulliam father of Ed Pulliam wero walking along tho street together on tho opposite side from Ed Pulliam in a quite conversation Ed Pulliam it seems had been out rab- Â¬ bit hunting and was returning home with his gun As soon as he saw Swope he called to his father to step aside and as ho did so Pulliam raised his gun and both barrels wero discharged taking effect in Swopes side and arm tearing his arm all to pieces and inflcting n deathly wound in his sido Thoro was no trouble between tho parties tho report says Pulliam is an escaped lunatic having been sent to tho asylum twice making his escape both times Pulliam was tracked to this city and was seen in town during the evening It is thought ho was making his way to Hardinsburg -- To the Memory John Allen Murray To John Allen Murray tho patriotic citizen the self denying friendthe devot- Â¬ ed husband the affectionate brother and loving father theso humble lines aro dedicated Fold hit bands tenderly fold them carefully Over the noble pulseless breast Lay him away lovingly gently carefully Where hit kindred lie at rest Lay him where the atormy wavea Of the tiveV rite and fall And where the beams of the morning tun Shine brightly over all Lay him away In tweet repoie Undisturbed by lifes turmoil A sleep alike to friends and foes Sweet rest from sorrow and toll Noble generous perfect man zers Cutting prices through all our depart Â¬ This week will ments keeps us busy begin a slaughter on ladles cloaks Sulzers Miss Allieno Murray returned from Louisville Monday where sbo had been to attend tho funeral of her cousin Miss Kosa Murray And the people still keep n coming and a going nover mind tho hinges on v tho door when they are worn out well get more Sulzers Misses Eva and Maude Hcrndon Bran- Â¬ denburg and Miss Jennie Roberts of Ekron were the guests of Miss Jennio Warfleld Thursday The opportunity of a life time may not last five seconds Just now you have a chance in our clothing department that may never secur again Sulzers Tho mail from this city to Toblnsport now goes direct from this ofllco By this arrangemont the News reaches that ofllco in a few hours after publication Thursday night at 10 oclock tho bic ycle guees will close Have your tickets in by that time To day and to morrow buy often and guess often Suzers Squire Walker had a number of farm Â¬ er living on tho now cut road above town before him last Saturday for failing to work tho road Tho costs in each cue amounted to about 12 Butter work theread next tlmo gentlemen L Mr Austin Beavin came in last week and renewed his subcciiption for tho Bloteeth year Mr Beavlu started in with w whB we only had but 100 subscribers Thats Weea nearly twenty always paid in ad- Ho yeawsgo vance too to his credit be It Mid Mr Beavln is now i hi 84th yf ar Iwle and hearty aad oan do were work now titan Ha half ot w UUttr day fellows at 40 knew this town wha It waa a fofett aad titers waa only oee bouse in It and that Mr waa at th mouth of the croak Beayia looks a though ha waa jood for the ona buruirtib rouod In hie Ufa and Â¬ Take now the rest to heroes given Honored respected loved by all A goal for which great men have strlven May lovely flowers above the bloom Shephcrdsvllle When springs green mantle gently fills And may thy gentle loving voice 1or ever ting In memorys hall J HOnKRT ZIMMEHMAN Ky Tho Mother Soul Somo of tho most horriblo prisons aro thoso found in certain parts of Russia Ouo of tho worst of thoso was filled with ls unruly men nnd abandonod woraon Harsh disclpliuo had prevailed and was thought to bo necessary Tho longer it was continued tho more dopraved nd desporato the prisoners became uutil tho ofllccr in clmrgo Hooded to bo a discipli narian of tho sternest sort Tho com- Â¬ mandants wife was young in yoars and an enthusiast iu tho matter of reform by kindnoiM All her efforts howovor had no mora effect on tho women than tho harshest measures Walking iu the prison yard one morning hor baby car ried in tho arms of a uurso eIio becamo frlghtouod as tho women catchiug sight of thou crowded around with wild ges tures aud oxoitcd orlos Preparing to do feud hor child from their violence slio waa greatly astonished to dud none of Â¬ fered any harm but all broko into rap- Â¬ tures crylugs Oh tho darlingl Isnt ho tho Innocent Let mo hold him I Tho vilest of thorn looking iuto tho sweet pure face wero habduod and tears ran down tholr cheeks The promise that tho one who behaved host during tho week should hold tho child for half an hoar had more effect In reforming tbera than all other proyloaa efforts combined iHuoeeoca waa irresistible The motive haartln the women had been awakened ami west oat iu loy to the pure and helplens infant How unfailingly 1 the inatlnct of motherhood In wooku awak oad hj the weds of babyhood I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Worlds Pmlr Tests mm tMXawioopaabawltlraMh t1 - ikf4 tmobmktiHt IjMWtfer gnmi hmv m pttr tip Hwi mifwrm West went tu the city of Hur dlusburg last Thursday and returned Friday Wo understand Miss Katie Crawford Amel I Oelzp tho eldest son of Mr and Mrs Alfred L Oelzo died at his is going to hnvo a hard tltnopnrly very soon homo in this city last Friday night If you want n life fire or accident pol Â¬ Amel hail been sick with typhoid fever for about bIx weeks from which ho par- Â¬ icy call on R W Vaughn olllco with tially recovered tho fever leaving him Blnino Bro tho grocers Preaching at tho Baptist church Sat but left him very weak when stomach trouble set up following with a coijest urday nnd Sunday by tho pastor Rev Como everybody Hunt ivo chill from which ho died Amel was a good boy Quiet and gen Master Joseph Holm of Spears Ky was tho guest of his aunt Mrs L B tle In his manner full of love and obcdl encu to his parents a favorite in his Helm for several days last week Mr Spencer Slaton who has been re school kind and obliging to ills neigh- Â¬ bors aud in all his bearings a manly handling tobacco for M Blaino at this boy point left for bis homo in Louisvlllo last Ills loss is o great bereavement to his Wednesday family especially to his mother who is As I said bed re dont forget that almost heart broken The News and the Bivin Tuckers is the only place for fresh community in general deeply sympathize oysters Say undo llivin I am talking with the parents tiie sister and brother for them thar oysters hear me In their great t flliction Mrs Bato Washington of Irvington Tho funeral services wero held from accompanied by her two nophows Mas the Baptist church conducted by Rev ters Joseph and Logan Helm wero the W B Rutledge Rev S G Shelly and guests of Mr and Mrs L B Helm for Prof Logan his teacher Saturday at 230 several days last week pm lfluws Morgan our only town Mar Â¬ Ho was buried in the Cloverport cem Â¬ shal mado several anests last week etery Following are tho molutlons of his Hews said ho walked fifteen miles in school and a poem to his memory by nn three hours and mado four arrests Hows this for quick work admiring Mend Chas P Yititoo not being satisfied Resolutions on tho Death of Amel D at raising warts on tho back of his neck for collar buttons is now wearing Sham Oelze shirts Aiut tliis practical economy for We tho committee of tho Cloverport you though This aiut dragging High School appointed to draw up re- Â¬ Tho country boys gave a danco Satur of respect and love on tho solutions death of our beloved schoolmate Amel day night in honor of Miss Simons at D Oelzp do feel our incompetency and tho residence of Mr and Mrs Thomas unworlhiness for such a solemn trust Blaino A crowd from town went out but as God doeth all things for the best and report they had a delightful trip over tho frozen ground but danced al therefore be it llttohnl That in his death wo loso a the same Mr M Blaino made a trip to Louis- Â¬ kind ichoolmate and n faithful friend That as n member of our school for ville last week and reports the tobacco several years ho was always faithful in market in a wretched condition and ho says from tho general talk of the tobacco whatever was entrusted to him That wo deeply regret that such a men tobacco will go much lower in Febbeautiful character is takon from us ruary God save our country if sucli be especially as ho was so young and so full tho case of promise John W Smith our town barber went That ho Is highly esteemed and will to Louisvlllo last week to look after n bo greatly missed by his family to whom suit ho has pending there Now you we extend our deepest sympathy boys stop laughing for I dont mean that Leaves have their time to fall he had a suit in soak and went to look And flowers to wither at the worth winds after it at all but he went to try and win breath a suit by law And stars to set but all Thou hast all seasons for thine own O Death I Charley Cashman says ho is perfectly delighted with the school here and re Â¬ Pearl Perrigoj Margaret Skillman quests me to say ho has a school to be Marion Bowmer Com proud of as tho scholars aro so gentle- Â¬ Jess T Willis manly and lady liko Mr Lud Adkisson Albert Solbrig is his assistant aud lias his hands full IN MEMORY Or AMEL OELZE teaching the tots Lud knows how to How hard it wns to ghe htm up monago them you bet This gentle loving boy Sam Reynolds of Rome came through To drink of sorrows Mtter cup town Tuesday in n hurry and some one To lose this earthly joy asked him why Sam whats tho matter How long and patiently he lay Why says he I am going to tell pa Lay Upon his bed of pain Till the voice of the angels called him away wo have a fine boy ot our house weigh Â¬ From all his earthly pain ing nine and ono fourth pounds Get Weep rot oh father mother dear out of my way boys and let mo telegraph Vour boy has gone before Jim Lay And very soon youll meet upon Mr and Mrs It W Vaughn gave u That bright and happy shore Tackoy party Friday evening aud alGentle brother and sister do not weep though tho weather was not pleasant in It was the voice of God And when at last you fall asleep the extreme a large crowd assembled and Youll go to him and God laughed at each others capers and all Loving playmates ccate to weep present seemed to enjoy themselves lie has gone to live above hugely Dr White wore old Mrs Razors The one you laid away to sleep dress Dont toll Doctor I told you Is now where all Is light and love When we say that tho Bueckkniiiikie GUSTON News is a first clues county newspaper It J Patteson has returned from n vis Â¬ wo mean exactly what wo say and if all its correspondents will put their shouldit to Rowletts Wilbur Shumate of Hill Grove waa ers to tho wluel and each ono keep up with tho news iu their section wo will in town last weok Miss Rena Smith of Stony Point was stand second to n no in tho Stato in the shape of a flnt cl tss newspaper News In town Wednesday Mies Rose Z Morris is suffering from n is our name and news we must have severe attack of la grippe Ever since tho fourth of last July somo Llttlo Emma Neff who has been sick six or eight colored men who resldo at for suveral days is improving Cedar Grove have been in the habit of Geo J Neff went to Irvington to do fighting every fow weeks and it was only somo tinners work Thursday brought to an end tho other day when Mrs J R Basket who has beon slek ouo of tho participants came to town and for several days Is improving sivoro out several warrants and you bet Hunter Hardawny of tho Bewleyvillo this put a quietus on things at once On neighborhood was in town Thursday Saturday evening before Squire J W J T Cundiff tho druggist is now Jarrett tlioy all appeared and each ono handling groceries along witli drugs told his tale of woe und there was some Mrs Kato Childs who has not been tall swearing done Ill tell you Ono nig ger wont so far as to say ho camo out woll for sometime is now convalescent Miss Susan Anderson was the guest of with his knife and ax opon in ono hand Mrs Mattlo L Brocar Wednesday after- Â¬ Mr Burt Cunningham was pleading tho case for one of tho negroes but after noon arguing tho cose for sometime said the Dr A A Baxter is kept busy among best way to settle tho wholo thing was his patients who have la grippe and to flno every doggon buggar of em Tbo measles Squire after giving tho participants a Mrs Worland Carter nee Miss Kato good piece of advice fined every ono of Thompson was visiting friends hero them and thus ended ono of tho most Thursday noted and exciting trltla Stephensport There is a lull in the shipment of cat has had for years tlo at this point but tobacco is moving Carlton Cornwell foreman of tho Ga- Â¬ right along The Katie was out over tho Texas zette Mlddletown N J belloves that Wednesday distributing the monthly Chamberlains Cough Remedy should be in every homo Ho used it for a cold pay to employees and it effected a speedy cure Ho says Ernest Hardaway of Louisville pasted It is Indeed a grantl remedy I can through town Tuesday enroutu to his rccommond to all I have also soen it home in Bewleyvillo used tor whooping cough with tbo befit Chaa R Anderson Hindu a trip to results 2 and 50 cent bottles for sale Muldraugh last weok Ho brought a by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and flue Now Foundland pup back with him Kincheloe and Board Hardinsburg Ky Mrs Murvy Uuwloy received a telegram a few days ago announcing tho death of John farmer Held on a 100 Bond for Beating His Child hor nil co Mrs Mary Powell of Brandon burg John Farmer was held Saturday be- Â¬ Mrs Arrle AnHerson aud Eliza Bandy fore Judgo Gregory for cruelly beating were the guests of Miss Rose Morris and his child who wa unuer 10 years ol ago sitter Mrs Maltio L Brocar Monday Tho child ran off from homo on account of cruel treatment it claims It was at afternoon ytf J Elith and family left Thursday the house ot Bill Golfs where it had for Louisville where they will reside iu been taken in and horo Farmer went to the future We with tlwrn success in get it When the chlldsaw Farmer com lug it ran off and hid In a corn sheck up their new home Mm Maggie Heto and little son of on Bohlera hill where it wu tracked by Holt Ky returned howe Thursday Farmer amlMstatei in theevidnceit waa after a Waaaat vialt to tier parent Mr beaten with a large Mick uatil the blood The Mowed row IU taontli ami eare aud Mrs Geo Shumate chikl escaped ad Med to GotTa where it X0TI0I waa given shelter again The evidenoe Thtrt came to my tc mar Hardinsburg waa strop against Farmer and h was a white and mil spoilt bout I v wtMirtx can hay ul4 Tht uluhtMi tn pbuMHl under a 100 bond to appear at i rsn pojkac mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ boy Geoigo Â¬ Â¬ last weeks issue Ill cut It short this week but look out for next week Ive got a wholo cart load to tell Glendeanes over flowing spirit makes a fellow feel liko ho was nt home and boarding at the same place May your interesting letters never cease to bright- Â¬ en tho columns my friend Jabrz Hiijius two oldest children Willie and Eula have suffered an nttact of pneumonia but are convalescent Ja bcz himself is right sick at this writing with cold bordering on pneumonia Jurd Edmonds has moved to the Squires place iu tills neighborhood lato ly vacated by Sam Burkhart Jurd pur- Â¬ chased the place nbovo mentioned He gave a dance at his recent homo the night before ho moved He dont dance himself now but he likes to see it going on Sam Burkhart and family moved in witli Undo Matthew Haynes Tn clo Mat is an old bachelor and got tired living by himself Tho many bachelors In this neighborhood are be gluing to see tho folly of single blessed Â¬ ness Mr June Blown of PayneBville says ho thinks the sooty looking sediment in the snow that caused so many ejacula tions of surprise in this part of the country a couple of weeks ago was sent down from Heaven to fertilize tho land Its high time Old Marstcr was doing something to replenish tho wasted soil He sent down manna to the Israelites in their time of need Maybe Mr Brown is right Ive often heard It said If you want to get a good stand of grass to sow your seed on the snow But to me It seems like a now departure to broadcast fertilizers with snow but I reckon Old Marster knows what lies about Boware of rabbits in your young or- Â¬ chards They are playing havoc with the fruit trees in this vicinity I nover noticed they had begun their ravages till Sunday morning the 20th Inst when armed with a big bunch of papers and red strings I rallied forth to wrap tho trees Bojd said that thero was no ox in tho ditch and wed have to auswer for that Sunday work in tho sweet by and by and that ho had an engagement for that day elsewhere I told him that God mado the fruit treo for tho benefit of man before He mado the ox and said that it was good That tho rabbit had an engagement to meet in the apple Â¬ Â¬ Our Drummer Mtiy not mnko ns much noise ns tho Brownie here shown but ho is out K For Trade Just the same and hip nnmo is Low Ho 1ms n voice with a very appealing tone nnd Prices Is Ready To convince you that his words aro truo and his method tho right one He invites you to call For Business At SULZERS Senn glMlIig J C NOLTl- Assignee W M Ackermann Brewing PltOIItlKTOIlS Co MAIN tiimuiiom STRRRTBRRWERY EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use 1710 to 1720 MAIN ST 433 uimi 2 LOUISVILLE KY The Best Shoes orchard that night and destroy the trees and wod that God had given a get no fruit thereof That we must cir- Â¬ cumvent them Ho seemed to realise the gravity of the situation and hopped to it like a duck to n dough ple I tore up my old red Democratic sash for strings aud find tho latter combined with Populist papers the Sentinel for instance art as a great preventative Bunnys most unspeculative eye takes in the llashy display and thinking it n sign of war vacates the field In regard to tho qmstion our friend Brandenburg asked last week concern- Â¬ ing the fato of Plina it has been a long timo biuce I read from the facile pen of Irving and I have but a faint rccolect ion conct ruing Piina Tho last of Irv- Â¬ ines not Irvington lookout Mr compositor works that I remember of read ing was Ills Conquests of Grenada But it was so far back iu tlio dim vista of tho past nnd my mind has been so crowded with tho promiscuous reading of the last few ytnrs to such an extent as to almost obliterate the graphic and In teresting scenes that his ever ready pen was so capable of bringing before the mind In the blight lexicon of youth in the anxiety to grasp something now somo readers are apt to loso sight of what would be pliasant reminiscences in a riper age I would advise all young readers to digest well as they peruse the works of standard authors and they will thunk tlio writer for the hint when time has rolled its umplo wheels around So often of late bright rainbow like gems held In tho suspension of thought keeps my mind in a whirl unable to decido as to who the author was whero I read It The cotillion given by Mr and Mrs Rhoda Thornesbcrry the evening of tho 23d inst in behalf of our young friend Robert Hardesty who closed a success- Â¬ ful term of school tho day before was enjoyed by a large ar senibly Tlio plas- Â¬ tic strains of tho violin caused the light fantastic too to trip with measured step while tho lookers on srcmed to nover tiro It was ono almost incessant gay whirl from 1 oclock p m till the sun sank down beneath tho Western horizon Our host and hostess will long bo re Â¬ membered for tho part thoy played in making the occasion ono of tho most enjoyable ones of tho season Mr Har Â¬ desty whoso homo la near Garrett has mado many warm friends in tills vicinity during his term of school and it is with recrot that wo see him depart Not on ly tho girls but wo boys us well aro prone to exclaim in bidding him good byu Suc Â¬ Dont you go Bobby dont go cess to you my friend nnd may it bo your lot to gain as many Mends where evtryoumay loam ns you have here and como back soon to your own chick-a-bldscholars nnd the friends that aro loth to bid you ml leu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wai a Im j V tor tho Leuit Money Fa W L DOUGLAS iSJ I r w 1 iiumK joak VTt vy Over One Million Ieoplo wear the W L Douglas 3 nnd 4 Shoos All our nliocM are rqunllr satisfactory Tnejr kits ids best value tor tne money efiual custom shoes 1 fit her in stTla and elr wearing qualities aro unsurpassed Tho priors are uniform stamped on solo yrutn SI to A3 aavnl uver other niAkpa u your dealer cannot tuppljr you we can dnUC M J M FIT FOR A KING Wm ipsr t wi jkv rattttBimRsi wHS2 sssss- - fT mm S5S4fS3aC0 dBnw Cordovan French ItHUVHIUUt xtb S3 2so vLMK 00 NTtf 5VS 5i AjM Police Shoes soles and workingmen s I MTHIS IS THE MJjjfBFfi iLte - kautc O ecn t9J tnc ult9 School S2 Boyi ivt 3 Shoei Shof iit N i Wlfti your dealer cannot supply you vrrlto or catalogue W L Douglas Vfc Brockton Mass S L SULZER EKRON 15 Cloverport Ky STKriiKxsroRT Ky Salesmen Wanted Good wages to sell our nuisery stock Wo will have for Apply for terms Spring and fall 1603 an immenao stock of apple pear peach plum Apricot Also small fruits cherry grape etc shade and ornamental trees roeec etc We make a specialty of wholesaling to We will selj t large planters direct reepoaeWa peri lee and take note payable in aix trYtlve awl elfihteeM moHtha Writ ua lor whokaale price Aiklrewi jtOVTHsWN XlUMrttV Co WiHoheeter TVnn 21 On last Wimp returned to Owcnshoro Friday morning just n littlo after morn- Â¬ Wednesday ings lijiht God in his infinite wisdom I P Archer went to tho city on busi Â¬ and mercy saw fit to remove from this earth to n fairer world ou high Frank ness Monday Mrs 11 F Wright left Tuesday for Knglish Lacy infant son of Mr and Mis Mrs Frank Lacy of Hopkiusvillo Ky Louisville her future home Lacy was neo Miss Emma English and S J Drown made a business trip to had como homo to spend tho holidays Cloverport last week but a short timo after her arrival her Mr Geo Frymire of Union Star was baby was taken sick nnd kept getting at Judpo Wooifolka part of last week from worse to worse until the Lord took Miss Itaehacl Shacklett and nieco An- Â¬ him homo with him to live Mr aud nie of Hill Grove aro on the sick list Mrs Lncy havo tho hcatt felt sympathy Mr L N Neafus wont to Louisvlllo of this community but why should wo Monday night to sell some of his tobacco mourn for this dear angel when wo VT L Lamkln was In Louisvlllo Tues Â¬ know it is in heaven Could we like Israels prophet stand day selling his tobacco at tho Growers On some tall mountain height house And lctv afar the promised land lathed in Immortal light John Neafus left last week for Clifton Tenn to look aflerCapt Gucdrys hoop Wed gladly leave this world of strife polo boat And deaths cold waters brave To gain the world of pure life J D Babbago camo up Friday to at- Â¬ That blooms beyond the grave pale near Hill Grove He took tend tho One by one earths tics are broken dinner with Dr Willett As we see our love decay Wo made a mistako last week in say Â¬ And the hopes so fondly cherished Ilrlghten but to pass away ing II P Jones had been appointed poor houso keeper It was Georgo One by one our hopes grow brighter As we near the shining shore Itobluson Ior we know across the river Special rates to now subscribers for tho Walt the loved ones gone before Call and seo what thoy are News nwv Subscribe nnd gut ono of tho best county Babys Gone papcis in the State A1 Cox Agent HoiiKitTs Bottom Ky Jan 21 195 Olrs Mary Martin nnd Miss Jonnlo Tho death angel visited tho homo of Mr Ilnrdin of Brandenburg- - Mrs D S M Bellow for tho first timo Hobtrts and duughter Jennie of this and Mrs F took nwny their darling babe Think placo went to Holt Wednesday nnd nnd however of tho eternity of bliss into returned Friday which that dear child has entered and News reached hero Friday of the death then nsk your heart whether it would of Thomas Iirowna baby at Puyuesvillo not he BoKlah to wish hor back again in Wo sypathlso with tho pa Thursday this world of probation and trouble rents in tho loss of their darling babo Think of her as only waiting to hail tho But tho Lord givcth and tho Lord taketh mother from whom alio has been parted away nnd whoso loss ia her gain for nil etern- Â¬ ity Why should wo grievo for we know 601110 folks will think that Dr Bells she is but an angel aud far better oh Pino Tar Honey is po better than tho than we for she Is with God Somo common cough remodica uutil they try happy day when we rise to wot Ida un- Â¬ it Then thoy will know or themselves known wo shall see little llosella with that its the best on earth For sale by whom we had to ho parted so soon Short k Haynes Cloverport j Dr K May this be the instrument of drawing II McMullia McliinlelM Meyer tw all nearoet to him who l ever faithful Geo Heyser ComUbUh Co Mure and willing to save is my prayer A Taylor Kostta r Drury fieaiielt k Coa Co Bcwkiy viWe Ky Wv 15 Brows Irv IngtoH Ky Jho P Nkbol Garfkld DISiOLUTIOK Ky i A K Mwrk Big Spring Ky The partnership heretofore ciUtlng between L In Memoriam Jan jr ciIUm yp wf WMIAV ttttCtottUCoart Slsder and Halt ha been dissolved Cmickamavoa h stirring story o coasent IILStwler will cewiisM by muta Use heW toy and fulwBtuw will soon appear In mm aad ollect all Mcnuat im the ii STAWU HAM this paper 4ppMvy75 v SpwiSSJJJJ iVT frj TX BRROKRNRIDQK Baking DrtVl Powder Mfisa 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest N3WS GLOVBRPORT KY TAKEN Tlio Nice Warm linnit tint US Govt Report JL ABSOLUTELY PURE News 30 1893 Breckenridge EPWORTH STor cs of en holles WEDNE8DAY JANUAKY LEAGUE A Young Woman Wlm Didnt IIke Ills Iltvrnrj Tntu Lesson For the Week Beginniag Jan 27 Prayer For Colleges tho Topic Tim Tho story is recalled of a young Vir Â¬ ginia country gill dining in Boston somo years ago in tho days when Dr Â¬ 10 7 J I Tim 11819 Maturity of jndgiuont experience and dlscrotion nre not to bo oxpoctcd of said thoso young In llfo In such lurgo mcas And what do you rcadi asked tho tiro m of thoso more advanced in years llttlo man But love faith hopefulness purity of Well tho Autocrat of tho Break intention and action nro easier of growth fast Table for ono thing sho answer in early Hfo than if neglected till litor ed It is not only a custom worthy of ob Ishduld think you would not enro servance among us to set asido a gpreinl to read that moro than once remark day each year when tho young people cd tho llttlo old man with u sign of dis in our schools nro to bo specially ro appointment in his tonus niombcrcd but it is entirely Scriptural My father and I may not bo judges nnd reasonable to expect tho most talsaid Miss Virginia airi of literature ented and nblo of them to early bo di ly nnd with a faint accent ot scoruj rected into godly habits and experiences but when wo get to tho did of the Tho highest attainments in scholarAutoeTit wo generally turn baek to ship tho broadest culture of mind with tho begiiinliiit mid road it oer again nllwisoathletiopxerclsevirocoinpatiblo Tho little old man smiled at this nnd with and holpful to genuiuo piety was disposal to bo fiiendly but Miss Tho worlds highest priics nro for Virginia was so diplensi d w ith his tone thoso who shall achioo highest service concerning tho Autocrat that sho met Tho timo has coniu when smartness him with chilly indifference is at n discount and tho demand is for As soon iu tho guest i went Into tho well rounded manhood and womanhood drawing room her hostess whispoied Moral cxcollcncoisiudispcnsablo to real reproachfully to her Tho mou prominent in tho euccoss Yuu didnt stem to ilud Dr Holmes world nf scienco letter politics nnd as intt resting as I hoped church who hold tho power of the naDr Holmesl shrieked Miss Virgintions iu their grasp aro nioro than over ia There wero a tableau nnd an explabeforo men of sterling integrity In our nation colleges it is now recognized that ethical Another i tory of Holmes wit is told culturo is n priino requisite of all ado One day old Dr Peubody was to meet quato education Religion is no longer IHm nt n certain nlaco Tho venerablo sneered at in collugo halls but lm como tiroies sor rodo In n carriage When ho to tho placo of honor Temptations still got there ho was met by Holmes who surround thoyoung of loth sexes in our had walked Near by was a statuo of schools who away from necustomed reEurjdfce And Holmes said straints and influences of home are Ah you ride I seel with undisciplined powers latgoly Capital capitall cried Poabody thrown upon their own responsibility That night ho went back homo and Thoy need wiso counsel of parents said to his wifo touchers pastors and friends Thoy need Holmes got off n good joko today prayers and helpful words Moro liberal His wifo osked him what It was llnancial aid is nlso needed in all our Why I was to meot him down at Wo tho statuo of Durydice and when I ar- Â¬ higher institutions of learning need to pray that tho Holy Spirit will rived lio said nnito happily Oh you load our peoplo to consecrate thoir camo in n carrlagor wealth to tho advancement of the king And then tho genial professor wonder Â¬ dom of God ed why his wifo didnt laugh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bciurrunu nEAUtNO I Tim Iv 12 10 II Holmes went to dinners Seated next to her was n homely llttlo old gentle man whoso natno sho did not catch Ho began to talk with her nnd asked her how sho passed her timo in tho country Oh worond my father and II bho League Kndravor Union usoless regret somo lamentation if not denunciation liavo been ex pended becauso all tho young peoplo of tho Protestant churches have not seen lit to unito under ono organic head A siuglo society with an immense mem bership monster conventions ono pledgo Mucli Â¬ f theory in the tnatment of coughs lung and bronchial afnetiona has been advanced by the manufacturers of Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey It is truly a wonderful remedy All dealers sell Inductile Illble Study In no proviousagohns tho Diblo been It on a positive guarantee For sale so oxteusively and so closely studied ns by Short it Haynes Cloverport Dr at tho present time The dihcoverios of It II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer tho past ten years iu tho oast havo thrown A Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constanwonderful light upon many points of tino A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett history geography maimers and cusCo Bewleyville Ky W E Brown toms Tho most recent methods of ItibuUe The Irvington Ky Jno 1 Nichols Garfield study havo greatly assisted iu popularA menu Winn invited the villnge izing Scripturo study and mado it much Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky preacher to dino with him but placed moro profitable beforo thoproacher only n dish of grccus Iliiioliia Vlcita on Assassluutlon Many chapters pursno systematic That night ns wo wnlkcd back to tho and corn bread work iu this lino under tho oversight of Will you sny grace parson asked tho literary department Among tho White IIouso through tho grounds be- Â¬ the boat best aids iu this mattor aro tho Los tween tho wnr department buildings Lord replied tho parsou Itwill sons In Inductivo Bible Study and tho houso I fancied that I saw in pre pared by General Secretary Dr K A tho misty moonlight a man dodging bo mnko us thankful for greens and cru Bchell Theso will bo found oxtromoly hind ono of tho trees My heart for a bread and put it into thu heart of our At holpful iu individual leading of tho moment stood still but as wo passed in brother to ralso hogs next year Scriptures Thoir use in tho duvotional safety I enmo to tho conclusion that tho lanta Constitution meetings of tho Epworth Leaguo anil dodging figure was a creuturo of the prayer mcotings of tho churoh would in imagination Nevertheless ns I parted many casos infuso now llfo and dovo from tho president at tho door of tho Whlto Houso I could not help saying tlou into tho service a that I thought his going to and fro in The Dlvlno In Man tho darkness of tho night as it was It was Wessol who said Kvory gen- usually his custom often ulono mid un erous soul has something divine iu it attended was dangerous recklessness self which it loves to comuiuuicato That night iu deftrcuco to his wifos ILflui riAll Qtnn f TYnatAn Kfaaa Tho moro excellent it is thu moro it anxious appeal ho had provided him 1 have lwuya mflrrea from 55 writes strives to imitate tho Dlvlno Ileing Acself with n thick oaken ttick Ho laugh hereditary Scrofula for which I tried cordingly that holy and divinely belov ed as ho showed mo this slight weapou various remedies and msuy reliable iE pnjiicians out none rciicrcu mo rtiier ed soul Christ rosombliug God moro 1 nnd said but with somo seriousness lamnf o Doiuesoi than any other crcaturo gavo itself long ago mado up my mind that if any I am now welL I am very grateful wholly up to tho brothron inasinuoh as body wants to kill mo ho will do it If to you a I feel It saw God doing tho same with regard I woro a shirt of mull and kept inysolf that It oaved me from a life of untold ffonr and ihall to itself surrounded by a bodyguard it would iklnir onlt riortja take pleasure In bo all thu same Thcro aro a thousand of praise for the wonderful medicine Tho moasuro of aotioii Js tho senti U4 Hi rCtUUllUVUUISlg ways of getting nt a man if it is de il ig ftii ment from which it proceeds Emer Â¬ sired that ho should bo killed Besides TrMUte son in this coso it seems to me the man who anaBki BiatleO Tho most abandoned own that others would como after mo would bo just as objectionable to my enemies if I havo if abandoned aro undone Young I8WIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Noah Brooks Iu Century vuv ATLANTA PA TJw highest reward of lore to God is Dr Prlcts CrMm Baking Powder th lore of Got AwirJ WmUs Flr HfefcMi Â¬ Â¬ and many other cqunlly attractive features docs seem desirablo on many accounts Somo falso sentiment lias been aroused iu quarters where it was taken for granted that tho denominational societies wero copies from if not livals of an older undenominational one Tho facts in regard to tho Kpwortli Leaguo aro simply that it was organized as a consolidation of tho many scattered societies in tho Methodist Episcopal church many of which had been doing efficient service for years Tho discipline of tho church had long mado it the duty of every preacher in chargo to organize wherever possiblo a local lycoum Many of theso wero banded together under various titles Fivo largo societies iu different parts of tho country woro pursu ing similar ends Tho Oxford league had rccoived official recognition from tho church and was regarded with special favor by somo of tho bishops Tho desirability of having one organization for thowholo denomination and enlarging tho scopo of its operations led to a convention of delegates from tho ilvo general societies iu Cleveland After long careful and prayerful consultation tho Kpworth Loaguo was formed It rccoived at onco tho favor of tho church and at tho succeeding general couferenco became- an organic part of tho Methodist Kplhcopal chuich Its position is similar to that of tho class meeting in our work In tho peculiar connectlonal polity of our church no other form of organiza tion could meet tho requirements of tho caso An undenominational or interdenominational or union society may bo all right for those churches whero each local body is practically independent Our ovn noeds could not bo best served nor tho causo of Christ in tho world best advanced by us through such a society Our consolidation is n family affair and shows no discourtesy or lack of good fellowship Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is lUffe rent from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inll uninution and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to the respiratory organs Guaranteed and for Haynes Cloverport sale by Short M McMullin McDaniels Di It II Meyer it Co Buras Geo Hoyser Con Why Is Money Stamped by the Gov- Â¬ ernment ILtiinixftiiui ei Ky Jan 23 Mr Edi- Â¬ tor -- 1 see ono Mr or Mrs S desires to know Kiinetbing about money Whllo my friend J II A is g iting married and gettirg suflleiently well of it t answer my Inst nrUclc I will to ki c in practliO divett myself by nimweiing Ss proposition He is Inclined to think with J II A that tho stamp adds value to a ptec f gold when coined into money Ho asks mo to take a 10 gold piece mid melt it into a mass and see If my banks would tako it Ono thing prevents mo from try ing tho experiment I have not the gold Why Is money stamped by the govern- Â¬ ment To give it valui7 My friend How soon S thinks so for ho says would he conclude that it whs tho stamp of the government that added value to turns atoitud the metal Then S and sajs that the stomp is added for another purpose to show its weight and Jincnm for he sas Perhaps It PS will remember that nil bullion when it leaves the C S mint lit urn the stump of the government shown g its wight nnd fine Has it dawned upon Ss mind nets that in every instance the governtiifiit places its stamp upon coin to assure the people who take it that it contains Unrequired number of grains of metal of the n quired llneneps If I could convince my banker that tho nugget of gold contained the same num- Â¬ ber of grains of metal and of the same fineness as tho 10 gold piece and he could conviuce thoso to whom ho wished to pass it of the same facts I am ci rtain that my banker would not hesitnto to take the 10 after it is melted Tho stamp of tho government give s the bank- Â¬ er assurance that that pie ce of money con tains all the gold that it purports to con- Â¬ tain and of tho n quired fineness and it does nothing mora nor less It adds no value nor takes nny away Each stnto has iiisptction Inwsnnd inspectors Cer tain gotds must bo inspected nnd the government stamp pine d upon them Oh What for To give them value no but to give tho people assurance that the goods are what they purport to be and to prevent fraud A gold dollar contains 258 grains of standard gold Does S hold that ono can not tako 258 grains of gold to tho mint and bring away a gold dollar If you can do this tho gold in a gold dollar is worth a dollar and the stamp does not sdd any value to tho metal Ii S wishes to discuss the question let him state his proposition and make his argument in the next issue of this paper and I will answer him If J II A in this issue of the paper fails to answer my last article in the next issue of your paper 1 wish to sluhv that the tendency with ineonveitible paper money is always to over hsue It P S Â¬ HOMEMADE FOR A DjnolAn LET THE HUNTCP DOM GAY COLORS SECURE A POSITION WANTIll for nfliie wcrknn mlnrv In most ecryroiiiitj In the Middle bmithern Written nnd a Ten nfthe Northern and InMcrn bUte Those I torn toting lmly or jming smilrmtn Kxpericncc not nre lw accepted fnit prefer hrriliineri nt a tmall Hiay from j to 50 per month tirm Munr who ttartcil an unall jlrll now tc per month Muit he crlve from 17 to i tooil wnrVer nnd Inrnlili ifooil references Must deposit In hink cah ahnul 100 Nn loan risked It l ft Mtarled mid no Inxcttmcnt required Our rntrrprlie la Mlnrjlv pcrmanenl pntUon O llo m ddtc undnmtd ly hankers the country unary lary ni In 1 Â¬ 1 DRESSES SKIRTS HOW TO HAKE THE NEW HANG GRACEFULLY Groat Caro MustQo Taken In Finishing tho Seams and Taking Up tho Plaits Stiff Interlining of Horsehair Employed Little Trimming Usod Tho now Milrts nru Known ns tho tlirco piece nnd tho five piefuttklrt though somo uussmakur call them tho organ pipe nnd funnel Mklrt There Is morn htbor nnd time expended on tho proper adjustment of thoe riMrts plain ns they appear than on tunny nn elaborate costume It is only by the must extreme pains that theso skirts become succcercs mul whoever wishes to mnko oio exactly rlht will do Â¬ stantine A Taylor llosetta Drury Bennett k Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Iivingtou Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky bho Liko many oilier things an nlarm clock is a good thing when confined to its own sphere But a young man who lives in Tioga had an oxperieuco with ono tho other day which to say tho least was embarrassing Being a hoavy sleeper it was not uncommon for him to miss his train to tho city in tho morning so ho resolved to invest in an alarm clock Ono experience with It was enough and that occurred whllo ho was Walking taking his pnrcliaso homo through tho train ho chanced to seo a certain young lady sitting iu a seat tho other half of which was unoccupied Tho young man know the young lady in fact ho is said to hare had enter- Â¬ tained serious hopes beforo tho alarm got in its llttlo work Ho sat down bo sido her with his packago in his lap nnd smiled his sweetest Sho askod him what ho was taking homo and ho playCigars Candy fully bid her guess No it was nono of theso Neckties Just as sho was about to vonturo a fourth guess thcro was a muilled sound from tho interior of the pacakgo and then a loud clang that resounded weirdTho young man ly through tho car blushed tho young lndy giggled and tho passengers roared It seemed as though tho thing would never stop and it didnt until tho disgusted youth hurled it to tho other cud of tho car Phil adolphlit itccord Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lldt Cus Many stubborn nnd aggravating cases of rheumatism that were believed to be incurable and accepted ns life legacies bnve yielded to Chamberlains Pain Halm much to the surprise and gratifica- Â¬ tion of the sufft rets One application will relieve tho pain and suffering and its continued use insures an efftctual cure For sain by A It Fisher CloverHoard Ilni port Ky and Kiucfieloo dinsburg Ky Â¬ Scutch Term anil Customs Anew Â¬ Â¬ Everybody knows that tho word mao pronounced iu Gaelic maclik moans son so that for example MacDouald literally means tho son of Donald But it is not genoiully lnowu that when n woman Is spoken of the higlilnndors substitute for tunc tho femiuino uich which menus daughter that tho voca tivo of mao Is vlehk wo spell phouet ically which alwnys replaces nuio when a poison is addressed nnd that tho Domiuutivo plural is uiiclik sous Sir Walter Scotts or clnun children ignoranco of Gaelic frequently led him into error upon theso points both iu his poetry and iu his novels Tho meaning of the Gaelic word clan as just stated is ehiUlien aud tho obo dieuco which clansmen owed to thoir chief was considered by them rather us tho nffecAonatc obedience duo by children to a father than as that duo by sub They bolloved them jects to a rulor solves to bo nil blood relations descend ed from a common nueevtor of wlilvli their chief wns tho living representative Tho clansman who hesitated to savo his chiefs lifo at tho expense of his own was regarded lis a coward who tied from his fathers side Il tho hour of peril On tho other hand tho chief wns expected at nil times to acknowl edge tho meanest of his clan ns his relation aud to shako hands with him wherovcr thjy might happen to meet Subordinate to the chief and generally related to him were tho chief tains aud Loudon Spectator tacksmen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIIKTtlltlK ItlCKSKillT well to profit by theso dlrctllntis The three piceu sktit Is quite us prvttviiM the flo piece oiul Is much easier for thu nuin tcur to handle The first innwi U to take tlio material and spread It out mul driifl out tho length alwnys allowing mi extra inch for take up Thru iiicuviru herns llio to so that thu doubled fold 111 rem h hiiliow It two thirds around thu wulst out three quarters of nn Inch In fruiit mid murk In four darts each Alnclie ddocp mid i Inches ncrnss These should ciiik tlio front tu fit smoothly ocr the lilpx If they nro not deep enough or loo deep nl Just them Thu shies slant t Indies so that the bottom of tho front tiremltli Is Iih lies wider thnn thu tup Vi The two nick breadths measure yards each and the front ojii thru- ipiar tcrs of a yard or n ard nt tlio bottom if preferred The baek pli us nre lit on the full width uf fil Inch go s mul tliti stilo joining the front Is nut straight m ho vngo of the goods and should IiimIiuUm so that tho straight thread gocn froin ono to the ether of the two XXs Tho lop of tho iklrc Is currcd ljj Inches anil lliey each measure IS Inches across tho tup Tho luck seam comes bins Tlio three scams aiu studied up pressed llit nnd then the facing which lias been cut to ex sotly fit tho nutsldo n put on First comes n dcop far liifi or full lining of sIIumii with in liitertlnlr g uf horsehair or wlan A bias hand ot liidestruutlole velutlua Is then stitched upon lxith lln Ings so that when snwi il to tho tires to turn thu vclutlnaU outside Thu fucliiK Is then basted In place or thu lining If It Is lined mid hcrrliiuhonrd to thu outside In AfNr tills It Is pressed lnvlalllo stitches ntn perfection Thu darts limy he left tint nf tho front nt the top and small Kiitlmrs run In to III It over tlio hips Th bank fullnt4s tuny Ixi Kiithered mid h ft tu fall In natural tnlils or It mny ho Inld In tint giiuill hot plaits which spread nut widely tounril Dm liottoin or it nuiy lib did un der in hiiiiiII Hut phillK Inn nn eaih side Tim Hindi I shows n skirt of the Mimn length nil iiround but by allowing greater leiifitli iiround thu luicli of the two buk breadths It rim Imi mado n deuiltnilu Thu buck breadths which mo to fall In round hit or biiriinnso plnlts should ho lined with wIkuii or Ih Itur still lialrcloth and when the plaits are taken In at thu top they ijre fastened lutiitlielr rounded shape by tapes Thu thre piece skirt Is bettor ndnptid fur strei t wiur thnn thufho plocn and when for that purposu the three brendths must bo the exact measure ull around It Is tpiltu linpnssllilu for any one tu mnko ouo of theso sl Iris mul luivelt ux actly rlyht mid thr hllnlitont lmmrfilluu shows glaringly without a dn ss fiauio to try It on or some one to help the niuker who Is hi wear It Thu bins parts am ii o npt to sag Home dressmakers put strnU t lining nliout in Inches wide down t m sides mid entstlteh It down Mnliigwhim tut with tho dress will sig with It It Is permissible tu hate n very llttln tenant narrow trimming on these skins hut id Tho wifo revived when sho saw him safe and then sho tied to explain what had occurred Tho bathroom door was d pponwl nftcr consldenbjo sliotitlnBi the yqung mnn was found about to drop down tho window of thu ntrshaft It took IS minutes to explain the circumstances all around Now York Sun - sl coiiplo who occupy n lint lu Clinton avenue Ilrooklyn it few days uro liiul It not been fur tho Intoncntlun of their neigh bors The young couplo havo Ix on mnr rlrd only a month nnd took poxscslon uf their IIit only two wcclH njpi They know llttlo about their nolylilsiM Ijtst Wednesday ovonl ii Justnlraut bed ttiuo there wns so violent a rlmtlng of tho clcctrlo doorbell In tho Hat opposite that the nowly wedded young mnn decided that something was wronir Ho opened tho door nnd finding nothing but darkness In thu hnllwny rapiicd on tho door of the flat whoro thu ringing wns going on Thcro was no response nnd the young man do siring to bo neighborly went down stairs to admit tho person who was doing tho ringing Ho unlocked tho outer door and found there an elderly wuinuu frolchtcd with packages Oh thank you sho exclaimed I thought I never should get In My hus up stairs Is n Ifttlo hnrd of hearing band nnd I went out shopping nnd left my keys behind Notroublontnll I asauro ousuavo ly replied tho young man lending tho way up stairs with n lighted taper I left my husband reading nnd ho must havo dropped asleep el so I nm sura ho would have heard mo said tho elderly woman ns thoy walked up tho stairs When sho reached tho landing whoro hor flat was sho knocked nt tho door and a now dlfllculty presented Itself Sho could not get In there either and then sho said her husband must havo gono out Tho newly wedded pair stood In tho door wny of their lint helpless spectators of her predicament Tho young mnn rapped fiercely on tho door but thero was no re- Â¬ sponse nnd then they began trying keys Nono was found to fit How embarrassing Im so sorry to trouble you hut now that I think of It I can get In by the door leading to tho flro escape I left Mint open whon I was nt tho Icebox said tho elderly woman Tho young man looked nt hor slzo which was considerable nnd smiling thought of tho five foot railing she would havo to climb to get to that flro cscnpo door If you will allow mo madam Ill get over nnd let you In ho volunteered Oh you aru so kind I dont know how I can thank you murmured tho elderly woman Tlin young man stepped briskly enough timu h tho prltnto hallway of Ids flat to tho llw escape while the elderly woman nnd the young wifo chatted In tlio hallway They heard tho young- man climb over the railing which dlvhl d the flro cs capo In the rear nnd both smiled reassur ingly is they heard the lire escape door open Tho story of what occurred after this was gatheied from n comparison of notes by the young married man and tho husband uf tlio i lderly woman who was a llttlo hnrd of hearing Tho nima mini found tho elderly womans husband sitting nt n table In tho dining room Into which the flro escapo door Ho had an open hook in his lap opened nnd wns apparently lu n deep rcyorlo Tho young man mado considerable nulso in en tering and coughed to attract tho hard of hearing mans attention Tho latter mado no movement nnd tho young man assuming his must genial smile walked up to him Tho elderly man wns sitting with his back toward tho young man who had prepared himself with a nice llttlo speech of Introduction Nosoonerhad ho touched the hard of hearing mans shoulder than thcro wns n roar and tho yuung mnn found litmsolf clutched with n grip thnt threatened to crush nil tho breath out of him Tho hnrd of hearing man yelled Help Police nt tho top of his volco whllo tho two women In tho hnllway al most collapsed whon thoy heard tho noise Ho was nn actlro young mnn nnd man nged byexcrtlngnll his strength to squirm out ot tho grasp of his captor and ran through tho flat Tho hard of hearing man raced nftcr him nnd tho young mnn jumped Intq ho bathroom the door of Which wos poienlcntIy open Then It bo camo his turn to yell for assistance for his pursuer was makliiH froutlu efforts to open tho door nnd was still yelling at tho top of his volco Tho shouts of tho mou In thu flat nnd tho screams of tho women In thu hnll soon nrouscd tho entire house and the occupants camo tumbling out of their rooms In various htnpres of undress Tho tenants thought tho flat was nflrvt find somo of thoui ran Into thp street Others gathered iron ml thq two women In tho hallway nnd tried to learn from their excited speech what tho trouble was In tho midst of it nil tho hnrd of hearing man opunod tho hall door ami wasdumfuunded nt thuslght Intlug wifo aud tho assembled of hit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Itrcrptloii n IMIIIo Ilns Iruiii a lcsf One There mljht havo been n trnRlu endlns tci thudumestlu felhllyuf n yotinir married It Lciucii Iho dinners Ins Mint nt lllin ir SJonicliudf Tuk You would imtnrnlly think that tho hunter out for pinto would wear clothes of soft tiliohlrushoeolois linrmonizliiK with Iho landscape said tho veteran Yet stalking mooso nnd sportsman deor iu tho Mnino wikmJk I select ap Â¬ parel pronnuneed In hue and ulteii wear a red necktie or lmtb tint Thtu I do to lessen tho danger of beiiifi shot through NnhMllf1iin -- mistake Of tlio great yJVvVvvtrft tf St VlrtV each fall rango tho woods of tho Pino Trco Stnto thero nro few that will not sometimes venture n shot into moving bushes on tho ehanres that tho invisible object that rustloa tbuni may bo a deer Tho fool sportsman who Is largely In evidenco in tho shooting sorvou will do so every timo If it bo a man In tho bushes any striking colors of his cos tume aro apt to catch tho oyo of tho ouo preparing to flro mid prevent thu shot being fired Tho danger of nlnrmiug gamo by such costume That is not enough to bo taken Into account Everything strik Â¬ ing In color is moro likely than not to oxoito their curiosity nnd draw thorn toward tho hunter if ho work with prop Besides that er slowness nnd caution nil tho nntlcrcd gnmo trusj almost wholly to their senses of hearing aud smelling to warn thorn of tho approach of danger nnd if you can bafllo thoso faculties you need havo llttlo fear of their taking nlarm from tho sight of yon But speaking of costume tlont wear blnck clso every tilnuy nnd oveu somo oxporionced sportsman scoing you among tho trees would let drlvo nt yon bclioving ho was going to bag n b9ar Now York Sun Â¬ aimyof hunters that In vou imaerine means so mich more than serious ana iatal diseases result Irom triflingf ailments nerrlectecL Poor Health irOWliJ Dont play with Natures greatest gitt hnlth Iron liter fKK K t t r Kirtu ru weakJ pi rally ex- tl ii- - i i A -- noil tilla uthcilns mihIiIs i oncetak uf Vw ittient the tBC lt xt uu ypur 1 fiv il Iron Dlt iMS-- hot If oSJM j Lmly Koseberyit Necklace j lake its Somo years ago nn old Frenchwoman died iu n poor part of Dublin and hor Dyspepsia KMney and Liver llttlo effects wero put up for auction Neuralgia Trottblss Among other odds aud ends was n nock Constipation OaJ Blood laco of dirty looking green stones which HowNj xoua ailments Malaria did not nttract much attention ever a shrewd pair of Jows thought WornQtis ccr p5it5 thero might bo money In It and do Get only the Kenuiiic- - I crtwied red lines oil the vrai cr cided on purchasing clubbing together 31 slltutes Oti leLeti t cf t Bt1mt1u11 5 for tho pnrpoO jr win sruu eiand lvcl LuttiUI lvtriu 0 ll ivi - e hair vuwj On taking it to n well known jowolcr BROWN CHEMlC O l0 ho promptly offered 1000 which sum ftfr----J Vai thoy refused and sold tho nccklaco of EftvAiV purest emeralds for 7000 in London whero Lord Ifoscbery on his mnrriago I purchased it for something liko 30000 Tho old Frenchwomans mother had POSITIONS GUARANTEED been nttnehed to tho court of France Do not sav It enn formed part under reasonable condition nnd tho emeralds had onco not be done until vou nend for free 120 paife of the crown jewels London Answers DRAUGHTONS PHACT1CAL sataloene Â¬ It Cures li siin tTcr FACTS Tommy last night Willy Wy when paw and mo got homo from flshin maw didnt havo supper ready and I whimpered ubout It and paw licked me And ho licked you Jlv ferw Imprr- iu mi Nnw rcauti mppcr wasnt ready fMivtit- t rlm Tho Ileal Causi What was you bawl in about riUSINKSS COLLEGE and bchool of Snuit hand Typewriting ami elegraphv nash villi tenn 4 WEEKS by Drauglitona method nt leath Inij book keeping Is equal to 1 2 WEEKS by old method It expt ids more money In the Interest of Ita Ktnploicnt Department than half thr business college in the south take In as tul ion It Is ndorsed bf Hanker Merchants and stromal United radical book keepers fteisontble rales of all overthe Cheap Slates tuition board Open to both sexes Coo students past year It has representing 36 btales and Territories 1 - also prepared books fur - ELEOTROPOISE CURES DISEASE Â¬ HOME STUDY sent on 60 days trial When vou write explain your wants Address J F Draughon Prest Nashville Tenn It pavs cash f for vacancies as honk Mll keepers stenographers provided it fills slirc teachers etc reported Â¬ rriiit most all aru severely plain The richness of the heavy folds of the skirt would Insn fomethlng of Its effect If cheapened by trimming Knuugli of that is betuwod Upon tho corsnges The amateur will ho discouraged mor than onco before she guts theso apparently slmplo folds Into their proper shape hut with the diagrams its soldo shn will huq ceud If sho persneres Those of ouul length hann lu a inuumir that has made All depends upon the them so famous finish of the seams nnd the laying In nt those twonr thrca Innocent llttlo plaits OLIVB IUlUKII An lmpnllii Unnn The niqn nnd his wifo culled nn the architect aid thu architect wns ijlul U too them fur IiusIiihss wns extremely dull Wo want you tu hulhl a hnusn for u said the man liy wny uf Intrudm tlon I thu urohltect Tttunkis shall ho only too ulil Iu do so uml I nm Illtn surti iluit Iran wlvo cntlio satisfaction Wull yuu oilKht lu ir imirltixl iho lady Wniloiit wuiit inuli What kind uf n houso did ym wUli liKjuInd iho urclilti et Wu Wrtllt II UfKill plulll HIM uf hoit cluht rouius uzpliiiiiiil tlio iimn slid Alt wn Wo will biivo I lie dnstujn tu rnu i Mint vnuii ynii iiiivii niiisntfj n myself I moan it will suit my wifo and on thu Inside Wn aru nut su particular uhout tho oiiulilo Thu imhltrct heaved n doup sigh Im very sorry ho said but you will havo tu 60 to somo other architect Wo cnut deilitu an Impossible homo lu his onit- e- Detroit lrco Irui M IIIIiKr Tlio Kent of Women Tho landlady had douo sompthlng thnt tlo hoarder dldn like ajpl ho was telling ills roomnpuu about It In ruther vigorous Inngtinao- My de Tho Elcctropoise gave mo complete ro llef from excruciating pain in three applications 1 also find It good for treating children for their numerous ailments SOLICITING FOR 0 T Sodon with Bridgoford A Co Protective Louisvlllo Ky AND Mr G W Flint oi Skylight Kysays I suffered for years with my kidnejs Collection Agency inflammation of the bladder and enlargement of the prostrate gland After n THIS IS NO HUMBUG short trial of the Klectropoiso I am entirely relioved nnd feel twenty years BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT younger Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY I have derived more benefit from the uso of Electropoiso than from all other rcrnedlts combined I think it the OF grandest inveutlon of the age It cau not bo praitod too highly Mrs M E Gorman Sadlevllle Ky August 20 Capital Stock 225 000 John II Davis Esq of Barboursvllle Surplus 7 600 Ky Tho Electropoiso is the best all B P IlPAItU Praildisni around doctor I know of My wife suf-Â¬ WIMi MiLLKIt VlM Preslrlent fered from effects of la grippe for several M IJ TJFAItl CAhhr years also a complication of other ail 0 W UK AUD Â¬ monts Now she is entirely well In MOHBIS KSKUIUOK 1 rii of digestion bothered mo a great deal am R M JOLLY now well Ono of my neighbors la uing OJTERFST P4in IIH TIWF DEPOSITS it for lung trouble1 and tojnrts improve Â¬ ment As a dilative agent the Electiopoise utTcrm from IEUCOREH E A or WHITES can not be equaled Nearly 1000 have rill fiud immediate relief aud perniarrnt cure by using hi en put out from this oilleo in tho hist ihrcu months Agents Wanted Lovings Â¬ Â¬ BANK HARDENS BURG QELIGATg WMM Ill Ci SKIIITCOMPLKTEU ir felow said tho reommato she didnt do it intentionally I think sho did Oh iiqI It was n mistake Well sho laid uu right to mnko such a Â¬ t Electropoiso put out four moutliH for bonk Irie 50 10 on trial for Send for valuable mistake Hut my dear follow tho best of women mnko mistakes Mnyhothey do but I dont think shes us tuod as all that Detroit Krco Iross Who Was tho OoiusT If hcfoio beginning a sontenco peoplo would stop to scu just how thoy nro coin ing out they would often put wlmt thoy havo to sny Into different words A lady hud liecn looking torn friend for Finally sho a long timo without success camu upon licr In an unexpected plneo boon on n Well sho exclaimed perfect wild goose i hasu all day long but thank goodnuss Ive found jouut last Youths Companion Â¬ DUBOIS fourth Avenue WEBB ou can treat yourself ut hjtre No Pltyiiusn The Wafrra lecesiary No pain No ireinrnirnce ire applied locallj dnuohinc anddutribulingdirecily upon the afflicted parts We yuarantte an absolute I he full treatment consists of n fttry three formulas A Ii and Ct Uterine Wafers rr or Louisville Ky Formula A for reeent fates Formula II more severe ease rarmuU C for very sever easts of loan alajUfag rrtoe Xaeh HCX Box or a Doze for IBOO Correspondence solicited Reference furnished JAMES IT PACE Jr rr rH19yAU CHEMICAL CO 103 BROADWAY CINCINNATUO Stemraor and buyer of GREGORY CLOVERPORT c Both Red AND WHARFMASTERS CO KENTUCKY Io Alsi Wholesale and Itetall Dealers In Yellow Pino Flooring and Ceiling Slilnolcs Lnths Lime BurleyTobacco Pierces Factory INO P BEVERLY Â¬ lxvl UU Limit Cloverport Manager SfsaTNB Ky Ccmet Brlok Doora Sash and Blinds and all kinds of Building Material Hair iWMMPJ wwmm Mrs Watts Wlmt does this paper mean by saying thut Culunel Illuegrass assisted at tho bauqdot in his professional capao Ityr Mr Watts As neur as I can flguro out thocoluuols professional capacity Is about throe quarts Cluoliimitl Tribune Explained Kdltor It seems to mo youve been n long whllo grinding out this artlclo Heporter YesYou seo I wrote tho first half of It on thu typewriter and tho Inst half with a fountain pen Kxehtinoe - Homestead Sole Airenta for Fertilizere and Troy be cash Bone Meal Orders accomptnlneJ with filled iTABLERSllII BUCK EYE i Â¬ Â¬ auiuiuiqi S - CrIOATlllli i n rliiU I pminutlr JPEEDY and XASTINO RESUL1 TV FAT PEOPLE No loconrenlence Simple CM Ct sure ABLU TILT T 1 1 oMitayl rvL ftf- - 11 1 VSl OINTMENT CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES rilSMONT MKUIOAL CO Irioe from asv inlurious subilanee LA13I ABnaifina nrTirrrrTi WaGUAnANTEfJa rilBF n rotinH vu tM1 100erlotte Snd 4clortflio Boston Man i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To say something Â¬ Caniiuiitntlaa Lndy at tho theator Oh dflr Th womans bonnet la su It I till that I cant seo liut I huoono sat nn Inch nf tlio ntnyo my boniiet Is higher nnd wider Isfivtluu than hri and If cant leu Im xrtoln liubcdy SihlmJ dip smi either Uoston MOTIOK BtatM I Â¬ Â¬ 6ur6l Transcript I wamt ertrT ataa uil weata la tie Valt4 lBtrf4 la tke OH and WhUky kiMt to Mm mm GarrUkl ftAsn JLwfM Ji Jf WwwW4yi sWWmty VMht Ky faVs MJf provo it Is another that Dr Bolls Fine Tar Honey Is tho best cough remedy on earth unless you will try It If you do this and dont agree with us you get your monoy back For Bale by Short Haynes Clover- Â¬ port Dr It II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co lluras Geo Hoyser Constautlne j A Taylor Itoseltsj Drury Bennett A Co Bflwloy yllle Ky j W K Brown rvlugtofi Ky Jno P Nichohi Ky A R Morrlsi Is one thlnp to Wo cant prove and CERTAIN OURE IB years as tha BEST REMEDY fcr PILES soxn y alt UKuaaisTs stlobij rmiriltfltJIASriCM M3S A SURE 1 known for flsm PENNYROYAL A V or rSBV jiKbtrMNowujwJbyoTcfiliMTJbt VVH pruultumJwIU um atfia mIw luteqiwii WIW one Ma iu ruaiun iptcWo montMr mtdiclna for ladlet an4 rvKufew im Mt on WAFERS I typting - TKticii or wl by CHAS C MARTIN riokMav FrMtiosl SrueiUti pri cioyifloRTty