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WT --t - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY EEBRUAKY 27 1895 NO 32 NAPOLEON BONAPARTE THE et If nil our wage earners were em Â¬ ployed alrcimmcrntivc figures you would not hear much said about over product Â¬ ion Cotsumption woud increase one Give the pcoplo something to third The Monoy of the People Always livo with and they will live H does seem as If Congress ought to try and give Has Boon and Always somo relief by wiso legislation aud by bringing the expenses of the government Will Bo down to the receipts Instead of that wo see wide spread extravagance and Millions for corruption on every hand GOLD THE RICH MANS MONEY public buildings of different kinds Timo wasted and money pptnt by the thousands to bury our Keprtsentntives The Gold Bugu Controlling Con Wo not only pay for tho necessary ox ponsep but for whisky wine cigars and tobacco Some of the funeral occasions gross In tho Intrest of the are n disgrace to our country Wo pay Few this to men who ore paid j000 n year besides perquisites amounting to several We seo Congress is gohundred more ing into building canals to tho amount AS AGAINST THE MANY of something near 100000000 w Ihout any control of it whatever If the gov- Â¬ ernment is going to build railroads and SHver tho Coming Issuo and the canals it ought to control them In conclusion I will say if we could bring some Party Having tho Nervo to power to bear on Congress to change tho Placo a Distinct Silver election of United States Senators by bringing them to a direct vote of the people that would be one step in the right direction Then lit us see to It Will Plank In Its Platform that every man who offers for anj ofllco from the highest to tho lowest has the the Country Sweep necessary moral qualification as well as intellectual Had we a history of the moral corruption of our lawmakers it PEOPLE WANT FREE SILVER would make a dark chapter in our his- Â¬ tory We have a case brought to light once in awhile which is nothing com Â¬ Jrvinoton Kv Feb 18 1893 Tothb pared with tho great amount of it Hie EniTOK OF THE QllECKENEIDOE NEWS As bible says when tho wieknd are in pow- Â¬ tin financial question is tho all import- Â¬ er the peopld mourn We see th truth C ant one the one that is engaging the of that now attention of our lawmakers as well as all When so many people aro taking and other classes I will write a few deriving benelit f oui Hoods Snrsapa thoughts on the subject It seems Con rilla why dont you try it yourself It gi esa knows as little about it as any of is highly recommended in To prove the assertion wo have but to go back to 1893 when we saw Congress The Tramp Question assembled in extra session to enact some The Springfield Kepublican sajs measure that would give relief After Â¬ consuming a great deal of time they re- - Tramps are so numerous and are committing so many outrages in New Kug- pealed the Sherman act as it was called which was the cause of all our trouble laml that something must bo done to got They told us it was the causa of gold be Â¬ clear of them It suggests that the evil ing shipped abroad thai it destroyed could be remedied through the police confidence Its repeat they said would of tho states counties cities and towns restore confidence stop the llpw of gold by a system of registration by which out of the country and put us on the every man who walks tho road must On carry a card of identity or bo subject to a road to prosperity Did it do it careful scrunity tho contrary there was more than 20 The Atlanta Constitution commenting 000000 of gold shipped in 1891 than ever on this icraedy says The proposed sys Â¬ before in one year and if there is any truth in what the President says tem is pracically the same as the one in the governments credit is in danger vogue in tho south during slavery times We have seen the President send a spec- In those days evory negro who traveled ial message to Congress recommending away from homo by himself had to carry a financial plan that would restore con- Â¬ a pass Tho New Jnglaudera thought it Â¬ fidence and stop tho shipment of gold by a very oppressive regulation and barg ed it up to the natural barbarity of the placing a debt of 300000000 on tnegov ernment for which it would recelvo noth- - slave owners but a generation latur we ing or at least pay no expenses of the find them seriously thinking of n quir- Â¬ government There has been several ing the poor whites of their own section other plans considered all looking to the to bo numbered and ticketed like galley same end All favoring a single stand- Â¬ slaves on a probational leave of absence Why not propose a rational mid a ard I think there is where tho trouble 7 comes in It seems Congress and tho humano remedy for the tramp ovil Our past exp Hence and tho experience of President are willing to do any thing rather than give silver tho recognition ii othor countries make it plain that when Â¬ ought to have They are not willing to a large volume of currency is in escalahave that coined that wo have paid for tion prices rise labor is in demand and Talk to them of giving the people a the masses find it more comfortable nud paper currency with all legal tnder profitable to go to work than to Join qualities they will cry flat money money tho army of tramps Let us go back to that will depreciate and so on Will our od policy remonctlza sllvi r and re- Â¬ some one tell why a paper currency expand the currency and enjoy a bucked by the government is not good turn of tho prosperity which hlethd us when her bonds are at a premium which when we had an abundance of cheap It would be more eatisf tctory U only the promise of tho government to money to abolish tramps in this way than It pay and on paper at that Of course if wouM be to make every yoor man wear we place no limit on the amount it issues a collar or carry a pass then thero would be great danger I Iledeem the financial relief planks of claim the government can stamp 500 the democratic platform and ouitramps 000000 of paper currency aud make It as will yield to the temptation of good good as her bonds for the same amount wages and go to work Tills is the way The money power has been controlling legislation for thirty years in the interest to revive trade and industry and of the few as against tho many All leg- Â¬ mtke the people more honest as well as Tho gold standard enriches islation has been in favor of gold and happier the few and turns the masses into tramps against silver Gold has nevi r been the money of the people and never will be and criminals A nation with tuch a If there Is no legislation beforo 1890 giv- Â¬ financial policy Bimply invites it own ing silver tho recognition it ought to destruction have the party that will place a distinct Cure for Headache silver plank In its platform will sweep As a remedy for all forms of Headache the country Tho Republican party can not consistantly do that and if tho Dem Electric Bitters has proved to bo the ocratic party dont return to bet former very best It effects rt permanent cure principles and discard hor present lead- - and tho most dreaded habitual sick head Â¬ rs she can not The Democratic party aches yield to its influenco Wo urgo all lias been sound on the financial question who are aflllcted to procuro a bottle and In the past There is a wide spread dis- give this remedy a fair trial In cases of content all over this broad land of ours habitual constipation Klcctric Hitters It does not take a wise man to see that cures by giving tho needed tono to the Have tho people a cause for it let ns bowols and few cases long resist tho use Industries of all kinds are prostrat- Â¬ of this medicine Try it once Largo see ed Farm products have gono to the bottles only Fifty cents at A It Fishers bottom some below the cost of product Â¬ Drug store ion Land lias depreciated at least one third There are multiplied thousands The Moon out of employment who are willing and Iuvinqton Kv Feb 18 1805 Edj many tor Dear Sr I wish to cornet Mr anxious to work and equally more who are working at such wages cut H A Oelzo in regard to tho moon state Â¬ will scarcely keep the wolf from the ment made by him in tho Nkws of Feb door Ob the other hand we see men 0th 1899 He cays in 1800 we had two who have made millloae in a few years full moons January and March while at the expense of the wage Mraer They the Intermediate month had none this have cut thir wages from time to time is a rare occuranco and had not happen charged high rente that they might have td since the Flood What I wish to say tbelr million to gratify their ever whim Is I have Western Farmeis Aluimiao of ami make krfl gifts to besevaJtrnt pur Â¬ the year 1847 Moiton Grewiold and as wueh as according tp H wo had full moon the poses In some fit 0000 and we are teUl they are very 1st 0 a ui also full mopn he 31st 2 benevolent Is that benevlMie If it hour 43 minutes a m and none in Feb Â¬ is J am mfetaksn la what beaevojmee ruary and on March the first full moon U 0 hour 34 minutes p m and en the 3 1st We are WW tttat produetle Imh Weea ful oon 3 oclock 5M minutes p m loo great Hut aly eV farm prod n4s but I also have the Western Farmers Al iwuuifaaittfed alao I think I ean Wjl mactus for each y sine Ul any fur X high proactive tber mforuiatlon In rtganl to the moon t what has lad to this tiriffba mad an oyer production of will cheerfully give at any time manufactured artioiaa as wM as farm Yt ry Bespaatfnlly pradaota by depending oa a boats mark H W fcUTjU MAN OF DESTINY SIROCCO that Died near Cold Spring February 11 John Hynes His remains were in- Â¬ terred at Bald Knob cemetery tho 12th inst Mr Conrad of near Andyville died February 14 after a lingering illness Tho many friends of Judgo Rowlings in this vicinity rejoice with him in se- Â¬ curing such a lucrative position Mrs II W Illckorson has been con Â¬ fined to her bed for the last two weeks with pneumonia Miss Matilda Ashcrnft Sandy Hill visited Miss Etta Dugan last week Chas Morgan after n siege of rheu matism and fover is outngain Miss Etta Nenfus and brother Carlt visited James Hamiltons family last week and walked across the river on tho Mr Â¬ REVIEWED IN THIS ISSUE SILVER People Parties and Presidents ns anything enn be urcr inflating their brains and causing a dlscaso known as phantasnia or phan Â¬ tasms of tho brain When tho disease reaches a certain stage they imaglno their mind to bo n Pierian spring from which one has but to drrkk to become as wise as Solomon Well present tho It is ns certain Â¬ Â¬ rait Â¬ F- - S1 ha t Â¬ the conditions which have heretofore influenced the withdrawal of gold from this country will not be altered in any way by tho sale of bonds to European bankers At tho very outset tho fact should he borne in mind that tho gold which Mr Cleveland is to draw from Europe is American c6ln Tho stipulation is for 3500000 ounces of American gold coin In other words tho gold that is to bo paid for the now issuo of bonds is gold that has already been drawn out of tho treasury to satisfy tho European demands for that metal Instead of getting this gMd hgaln in tho natural way that is to say by the sale of our surplus products abroad Mr Cleveland is compelling tho people to go in debt to buy it In other words in addition the lowest prices on record for tho products of their labor the people nre compelled by Mr Cleve- Â¬ land to go into debt for the purchase of this gold paying a premium in tho shape of interest amounting to nearly 4 per cent After this undemocratic transaction is completed and the Rothschilds tho Seligmans tho Guttcnhelmers and the Heidelbacks have pocketed theimmenee profits that they will make out of the transaction the national honor will be in just as bad a state as ever The national honor lnvolyed in transac- Â¬ tions intended to turn tho prosperity of this country over to the tender mercies of the British by means of tho single gold standard is something that the people have a natural and a wholesome contempt for Such honor is a mero catchword a hollow mockery Tho peo ple aro not concerned about tho na- Â¬ tional honor Involved in a situation that lias destroyed their prosperity and crippled all business for tho benefit of European Shylocks and their agents in this country Time and again during his present terra of office Mr Cleveland has dem onstrated that ho cares no more for the wishes and desires of the masses of tlio people ofUiis country than he does for tho condition of a herd of cattle on a Texas ranch His sole end and aim is to subserve the interests of the monoy ed class of tho east whose relations with the European Shylocks are those of partners and agents Are the Benedicts and their copart- Â¬ ners making money Are tho Wall street magnates satisfied If so d n tho people If the bondholders and tho money lenders of the east are satisfied with tho situation then the situation is all right Mr Cleveland has demon- Â¬ strated lime and again that his con- Â¬ tempt for the men who represent the He has no sort of pi ople is profound tolerence for tho views and opinions of the overwhelming majority of those whoso votes elected him to his high office His sole concern seems to be for the interests of the bondholders and the men who havo accumulated millions at the expense of the peoples prosperity Never before in tho history of the coun- Â¬ try have the stock jobbers the usurers and the speculating bankers had such a feust of profits Never beforo in tho history of the country have the whole mass of our people been nearer to poverty and absoluto distress Mr Clevelands attitude has longsince ceased to be a matter of party concern Tho democratic party could net possibly bo in a worse condition than that in which it has been placed by reason of Mr Clevelands indiOerencototho rights of the people Tho principles of the party remain untainted but if the organ- Â¬ ization survives this blow it will de-Â¬ serve to take its place among the essen Â¬ ces that have a claim on immortality If the people paused to consider they would understand that th6 democratic patty itself has had no hand in the be Â¬ trayal of the peoples Interests that it has had neither part nor parcel in the policy that has turned the peoples gov- Â¬ ernment over to the stock jobbers the Wall strei t wreckers and the speculat Â¬ ing bankers But tho people aro not in the habit of taking political details into consideration When they feel that they havo been wronged they strike down whatever stands in their way They stand for principles rather than for parties and woo to the false leaders and traitors that stand in their way I Atlan Â¬ ta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ly0RYM5QAPi lT FLOATS FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY THE PROCTER CAMOLC CO ice The party at J L Atw ills lost week was enjoyed by nil At tho regular church meeting day February 0th the New Highland con gregation called the Rev Duval of Har diu county to pre ich for them tho en- Â¬ suing year It wM be remembered that tills church has been without a pastor tince Christinas ciused by tho resignn of Rev II B White One of our bachelor friends on hear Â¬ ing tho Editorial read in last weeks Issue of the News concerning the salo of those vagrant women in Georgetown exclaimed in a vocifurous voice Thero alnt no use in a fellow doing his own cooking any longer Doggone if I dont buy me Blamed If ho diut look like a women he meant it too While writing this communication the dosr of our sanctum opened and in squeezed a man bowed down with n pack of this worlds goods Dropping his burden on the floor he straightened himself up drew a long breath and de We manded What is your name were pleased to inform him and asked hisn to which question he seemed 1 am Ike glad to answer ns follows Berman the dead man coino to life that you wrote up some timo ago Well I was glad of course that Ike had come to llfo and was still enjoying his favorito vocation and he seemed fully as glad to meet the Sirocco scribe and tried to sell mo his whole pack But being as how I had my mind sot on another business I declined the idea but as ho said it was bad luck to leave a houso without selling something I bought a shirt and he went on his way rejoicing Ike is under full sale is justfrom tho City with a wagon load of goods Ho says this is his last trip that when he sells out this time he is going to school Ho is a pleasant littlo man and I ween will some day make a big mark in tho Â¬ Â¬ world T vtattml Hin nn1 mlno tti nn tnpliiin the 12th Inst the Joe B Williams fleet Â¬ BEECH FORK Ben and John Tuul left last Wednes Â¬ day for Oklahoma Frank Bates of Cloverport was tho guest of Miss Mrry Perkins last Sunday Tho health of this community is im Â¬ proving Miss Ota Brickoy who has been very ill with typhoid fever is fast recovering Mr Nat Brickey who has been unable to bo out all wintor has been the guetit of ills daughter Mrs Joe Taul the past week Miss Ruby Ryan our school teacher and tho young people of this neighbor Â¬ hood aro pn paring to give an enter tainmeut at Tauls Hall March 0 Mr W N Kyler of Patesville will famish an organ for tho occasion Every body is invited to attend Doors open promptly at 7 oclock p m Watch the columns of the Nkws for our program next week O Y K u instes WO Hardman Sheriff of Tyler Co Vs appreciates a good thing aud w does Bat hesitate to say so He was al Â¬ most prcstratad with a cold when he procured a bottle of Chatobarialns Ceegb Raniedy Ha says t it gave mu prompt relief I And it to be an iavalaabls remedy lor soughs aad Bolda M For sale br A Tfc Mahar Cipvarport Ky and Dr KiactwfcM Board HMdMmrg ity just above Brandenburg at the mouth of tho creek I believe called butter- Â¬ milk falls The boat and fleet stands bound in shackles of ice headed up stream presenting the appearnnco of de Â¬ fiantly awaiting an attack from the lofty body of ice that will ero long come as tho winds come when forests aro rended as tho waves come whon oceans are To one not accustomed to stranded viewing such situations the first impres- Â¬ sion Is Shes n doomed boat I But tiio good spirits of the crow soon reas- Â¬ sures us and like them we begin to look on tho bright side and let the dork features bide their turn Sufficient un Â¬ to the day is the evil thereof Mr Barkloy the head engineer is a jovial fellow This is not the first timo that trying circumstances has marked an epoch in the history of his life while in the vicinity of Brandenburg Ho used to run on the Morning Star also tho Tariscon It wai while on tho latter boat that he sit General John II Mor- Â¬ gan across the river at Brandenburg He says ho was married on the Tariscon while shoving out from Brandenburg His wife was a Aftor giving a glowing description of tho wed- Â¬ ding that almost made us rock the boat looye from its icy mooring with our laughter ho left us to wonder what bo come of her while he dilated on subse- Â¬ quent events in which he alono figured When the break up comes if not in the night I shall try and witness the friv llous encounter between coal and ice and if our friond Brandenburg whose facile pen I can not cope with is not present I will give an account of the battle Thero is a class of people in this world who in thelrhankerlng after fame ignore the prudenco usually exorcised by the tho thoughtful aspirants of the human species and in doing so lose their grip on the Blender ladder and drop to a level with tho monkoy creation It is perhaps from this class of individ Â¬ uals that Darwin sprung his theory The tricks and legerdemains by which they impose on their own souls are sufficient indications that their hopes in a state of exiatance beyond the grave are lifeless Instead of building like corals cell by cell or clitnblug the ladder step by step relying oil their own ability to mount the pedestal of fame they want to be pushed up and then claim the honor of climbing themselves and push Â¬ ing someone before them Feeling a delicacy la adorning productions Intend Â¬ ed for the nubile press with their own contaminated Asmee as well aa fearing to bank entirely on their own stock In trada they auuVavor to shine forth in the light of a binary a hydride eom pound as it were the gaseous admlxt- - subject in a different light tlirpugh a chemical process as before TIhJp Im Â¬ agine themselves the negative from which wo first picture such ns wo might style a la Rembrandt finished up on American Aristo paper highly polished you know and thinking the peoplo gen erally aro in total ignorance in regard to the solutions and manipulations a position has to go through to become thing of beauty that tho artistic ban of the artist obliterates freckles atfd smoother up wrinkles etc they bank on tho part that they pretend to play their much cheek a safeguard against detection and theyll reap applause from the listening senator alas scarcely aro their backs turned till their audience considering the source and perhaps being mind readers and being as well or perhaps better acquainted with tho artist Bhower their applause on tho one whose name over accompanies his work In Wilsons Photographies we find Man is made by these beautiful lines God after his own imago All tho other arts imitate man in their creations Poetry sings of his loves and passions music mimics his songs of praise and repeats his woeful wails tho painter never tires of delineating his figures of representing his life or depicting his beauties sculpture immortalizes him tho architect constructs his grand cre- Â¬ ations in form after tho human figure and dancing moulds his graces into tho poetry of motion thus creating and com pleting a ring of faithful delineators of human splendors all bound by the prin Â¬ ciples of art They express for human- Â¬ ity Its ideas they render its sentiments they imitate it in all its phases for the enjoyment of its members What about tho class abovo mention Â¬ Is there any room for ed Mr Wilson Aro they fit sub- Â¬ poetry in such lives jects for the sculptures art to exhaust its pomp of woe upon They would have the people believe that thoy control tho light and after the negative has been doveloped washed fixed and dried if they didnt lend a hand at retouching the work would bo rejected and the artist meet his doom The class of whom I write the incau tious manner in which they conduct themselves ill befits them for the pleas- Â¬ ant walks of life and like tho owl they soldom venture from homo till tho sun has hid itsself below tho Western hori- Â¬ zon Then with eyes glaring they vent- Â¬ ure forth to air themselves But they occasionally become more bold and vent- Â¬ ure into the synagogues and tako tho uppermost seats thereof and for a pre- Â¬ tence make long prayers and commune with the saints touching the holiest of things Vanity of vanities sayeth the preacher vanity of vanities all is vau Ecclesiastcs 1 2 ity Lot another man praise thee and not thine own lips A And again stone is heavy and the sand weighty but a fools wrath is heavier than them Proverbs 27 2 D both What is fame when ono has to strug gle through the Intricato by paths of de- Â¬ What is fame ception to reach it when one has to pilfer it from a neigh Â¬ bor Aud finally what is fame whon tho culprit comes homo and learns that tho one whom ho was endeavoring to rob has been informed in regard to tho boasted posesslons and inform tho pub- Â¬ lic that tho would be thief is only In po session of a little fools gold of no in- Â¬ trinsic value that in trying to rob Dem- Â¬ ocracy he had gotten into the wrong treasury and stolen the nonintrlnsic metal that the Populist have been rais Â¬ ing such n howl about and being of an inverse turn of mind so common in the Populist fold ho thought hed struck a bonanza Oh the ambition varnished oer with zeal the blind conductor of the will Dostthou not know vain man that tho Sirocco scribe has friends all And when thou art over the county airing thyself and boasting of thy aid to said scribo thou art making a laughing-stock of thyself That it is as hard for theo to make peoplo believo that thou tho aforesaid art helping scribe fix up his letters as it is for an elephant to go through a rifle barrel That thy avarice will yet cause a volcano to explode and shower its molten lava around thy Inflated head and thou wilt melt down and sink into oblivion and her languid wings will flutter and fan thine ashes clean off the face of the earth and thy ungodly spirit will sink into the pits whore the worm dioth not and tho flro is not quenched Think for one moment Mr Wllkins Mlcawbcr for heavens sake think Think I say II I He spent the night near a neighboring village and thinking himself clear out of range of Sirocco boasted of being a partlceps criminls fn fixing up the Sirocco letters and ho a tire eating Pop Â¬ ulist Ye gods of Olympus look with pitying eyes from the deep recesses of tho main where iged Ocean holds his O upon thy progeny watery reign parent goddess I since in early bloom thy son roust fall by too severe a doom sure to so short a race of glory born great Job in justice teach him to see himself as others serf him The cheek the immense magnitude and ponderoa ity that he possaaseth inflalaa his brain 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 CINTL ir 0 BOURNE JM HAKlKK DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl F STOCK YARDS KY HEADQUARTERS ROSES BULBS nm 5 l N d PLANTS and SEEDS L V TRY OUR UNRIVALED SETS 11BL1EED AT YOUR TOST OFFICII rKKrAII OURCA TALOGUB OP ISO PXOES FRBB TO JILL TRY AND EE PLEASED WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION 50c TRIAL SETS OUR Vft Set Srt in x II V II K II II K I 11 ICICCTION Or SORTS St st Nt Sit Set JH Sft F Net J Sot N KH O set r 10 Superb Kterbloomlng ltoien 10 fori 10 Iriie Ilirjanlliomuini In lOiorU 10 Ilmt Oomnlumi 10 choice t color 10 New Mammutb Verbenas 10 colore 10 Sxeetent Carnation everbloomlnx 10 iort 10 New llrllotropea most frnprnnt tori 10 llnnly Slirnu leadline enrta 10 turlitlee ID lliillolin Including Child 10 colore tt licit tlrjpeilne gorte nil different colore 4 Select Sorte French Cnnnm beet bloomer 10 Mnoeninl Creepers for Torch ur Uatkete 0 Kerns und Monte for Kernerien 10 Ko1Uk llnt brightest bardlet 16 Packets Cholre llawer Seeds select 111 s5lh YEAR 4 ACRES UNDER CLASS tf H Fine Graceful Tulnis etrong NEUNER Address NANZ Louisville Ky RATES EVA ZV PR DAY The moit central Ij located Hotol in the city VTKMI loi iwiCAiiim TlMs mjjmMmr irir nr Wy WirMrTTl XJm z-- n m jTzz rrMai J r- JOHNSON wVrimi - 7w - k TsMMmmsiiuMi until It Is MANAQCR 2 js jr M JOUISYILLE liYT almost ready to set up a littlo Â¬ world of its own BIG SHOE SALE B Basking in tho bewilderment of suB perior power I presume that ho thinkB himself a Don Quixoto with tho Sirocco scribo for his esquire Sancho lanzo however I will act iif that capacity should his ponderous mind continue to swell aud ho still couples my name with his I havo read Don Quixoto from eon to een and possessing an artistic oye I think I can givo the readers something rich rare and racy My motto Bliall lis Xe toilts aut perfice A Good wee Thing S With every pair of Shoes you aro entitled to a guess Guess tho number of card seeds in H 0 E Bucklens Arnica Salve Tho Best Salve in tho world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRheumFover Sores TetterChapped HandsChilblains Corns and all Skm Eruptions and pos itively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Irico J5 cents per box For salo by A IJ Fisher Pumpkin 3 Prizes Offered First best Guess -- 00 lbs sugar Second 100 Â¬ S A L Â¬ Jollys School House Tho following is tho program of tho ontortalnment given at Jollys school houso Thursday night Feb 7 by MUs Lela Jolly Salutatory Iuther Wilson My Mother hands Speak gently Somebody darling My mother filble Lend a hand My mother Kvenlng hymn Itttle people Ilcmcmber My answer Little start Ilcautlful faces f Kitty and Mousl I love you mother Money makes the mare iro Itehearsing the poem Gypsy warning song Trials of a school teacher Hat or Mouse Amber colored satin dress Dying soldiers Cooking School Kortuue Teller Dati what do matter Exchanged housewife De railroad accident The ilible Nigger will be nigger Surprise party Salllc Jolly Mattle Miller Cora Osborn Clara Dejarnette Isabella Jolly Clyde Wilson K Third 50 E Additional to our prizes wo aro giving eomo great bar Â¬ gains in our Shoe Department Well save you money on tho purchase of a patr of Shoes Iury Dejarncttc Iogn Iotts Ileulah Hush Mnttlo Jolly May Jolly ElUa Jolly Ella Osborn Dialogue Dialogue Mattic Mcflary Dialogue Dialogue Dialogue Daisy Miller Dialogue Dialogue Ilnalottt Thats Just Not All as likely you may bo ono of the lucky three This offer will closo April 15th 1895 Everlasting bargains at the Dialogue Dialogue Great Bargain Store Iulu Dclarneltc Song Dialogue Dialogue GEO YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KY The llat Song Mattle Jolly father come home Going to the poor house Dialogue wealth Our Country Tableau Dialogue Wonderful egg fSudio Wilson I Annie Jolly Alto Some one close the shuttcr lutllo Miller Alnllrlght uodb with Valedictory Iclara Dejarnettc you Song School lirnest Itush OST IN QUANTITY BE8T IN QUALIT BIG SHOE SALE WORMS WHITES CREIM GREGORY WHARFMA8TER8 CLBYEWW CO KENTUCKY VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS EVERY OL AIo Wholesale tad RtUll Dealer la Yellew Fine 4 GeHiAf Ullrt ShlAftM Um FrM Has led all WORM RamadlM I0TTLE IUAMNTEEI MrAUSKOfiM11 MtMcltl awl aH klfMja Uvvrdi tffejMtof Mil OTtRv BfHHMa W Prkaa Craaaa Baltteg Pwr GhlhlrcnCryftr KKMlIM ri T UKta riaiMsfotuI Oafen Pm ASmta rUtt mh Tray llilijtijr Ha PItofcrs 0torUu llt foryH KatisiMtMl your ISM t Mk4rlii mm ZS MruaMMMaMur toa - - - - SxHiAlVJSlU I BrecKenridge News Jne D HAfiDlNBBURG L H BRANDENBURG bUKES of DjVo IRVINGTON Miss Norah Henderson was in town tlU week not It M Jolly still on tho sick m mBBBBBtraBffigeBgBjaa lit When tho ConstUullon declared that ovcry man was entitled to life liberty -- LzC The schools are progressing finely aoma Tho Aid last Friday night at Mrs Mc 1895 WEDNESDAY FEUKUAKY i7 Pssitng sr Dllj rr Uirdlnibarg Ull pm Intyros was a grand succcts Xext Fri soma sist Baticrlptloa Fries 8100 ft Tear la Adtnce day night Mrs S U Matin will have tho IfrHttttEndofthYrtli5 Passenger Dally rr llarulnibarg TilO am society Mew b Church and Dorltiy who have Court adjourned last Friday been connected with tho Soda Ash Plant In tho recent bond sale It is claimed Dr Ben Harned was in town last Sat Â¬ will lcavo for Florida when tho weather that llio syndicate making tho sale iock- - urday becomes mora settled ctcd a profit of MOOOOOO Itev S K Breeding went to Louis Will Howard is spinning around on a Fred Docolass tho noted colored villa Monday wheel and very sracefully too Ho con Â¬ politician died in Washington D C Born Feb 2H to tho wife of J E templates a pilgrlmago to Mammoth cavo by that mode of travel last Wednesday His estate is valued at Monarch a girl 200000 Bro Ben Ilagan preached last Satur- Â¬ Felix Hambleton of color has been day and Sunday to largo congregations in Louis on tho sick list Ose of tho wealthiest men Dr It II McMullen McDanlels was and as ho always docs gavo us whole vlllo and president of one of tho largest somo spiritual food for digestion city is an out- Â¬ in town last Saturday Trust Companies in that I had a pleasaut day Sunday with Dr spoken tree silver man Mr Riley Dowell baa been appointed and Mrs Hardin and Judge C O Fair of G T Mercers estate administrator Oon correspondent writing from Irv leigh and wife Tho latter treated mo to MissLillieMcGufiln was hero last week Money question is a plain ington on the a nice drive tho day being springlike Mrs Robert McGuffln practical every day farmer And what visiting her sister Father Herbuth caroo up from Paynes Clerk Cunningham has appointed ho says on that question reflects the ville last Saturday and had mass Sunday near tho Falls views of nine tenths of tho plain think- Â¬ T Pate a deputy Ho Is quite himself again morning Rough ing people of tho country after his protracted ilness and taking on W K Barnes and Allen Kinchclco flesh rapidly The people want some good reason have formed a partnership in tho law Bert Moremaus Specialty Company given for national legislation that business will reach hero about April Ho is out changes the value of credits or debts or Tim Harman has bought the Singleton that doubles tho value of n gold dollar farm He has contracted with Mat Bell ou the road now and showed tho 20th at Sbawnectown Ilisadvanceagent Harry the value and by the samo meanf reduces to build a house on it Frier will bo here in duo time to adver- Â¬ of all farm products one half Collars harness trace chains just re- Â¬ tise We can give you some bargains ceived UPTON Capt Williams of Joo B Williams in these goods J A Witt the big tow boat above us was tho guest Powell Upton went to llammonvillo Dr J W Burch of McQuady was In of Mr D W Lewis last Sunday Ho at- Â¬ Monday He reports a good tended tho Aid last Friday night and is town last Monday Joo Williams of Sonora visited Miss deal of sickness in his locality a free silverlto in practico if not in llosoy Dixon Sunday Sheriff Cy Pate and his Deputy Frank theory J B Weldon of Bornioville was in Payne left Saturday morning with Joe Truth beautiful truth is mighty and tho city one day last week will prevail Purity is the grandest Prayer meeting at tho Methodist Gray and Tad Smith for Eddyville church every Wedneday night There is a touch of attractiveness in diadem that ever decked a brow Pur-Â¬ Dixon Watkins made a trip to tho styles and assortment of our new ity is true and undefilcd religion It Elizabethtown and Hodginvlllo Tuesday 6tock of hats just received J A Witt harbors only the fruits of the Spirit and Joe Maddox of Horse Cave was the Get your eye in lino and come to the wields a mighty influence guest of Miss Donnie Cleaver Saturday place where the greatest bargains can Miss Fannie Clarkson of Big Spring and Sunday bo had in all spring goods J A Witt has gono to Chicago for voice culture Miss Lula King and brother Master Son are arranging to Fannie has had already a course at Lou- Â¬ G W Beard Asbury are visiting their uncle Itev G move their store goods into tho store isville She has a very pretty voice and S King of Sonora house formerly occupied by Mr T M manages it with skill I predict great Itev W Puckett pastor of the Baptist Miller success for our brilliant Meado county church gave us an excellent sermon girl Mr J M Taylor of Tennessee was Sunday from John ix Mr and Mrs Elvico Wimps little here last week visiting Mr and Mrs J Mr Cleaver Jenkins the oldest land P lloswell He is a grandson of Rev J babe was released from suffering last one of the most respected citizens of the Thursday after an illness of several W Taylor town has been very sick for a few days weeks The young couple have tho pro Mrs Meador obtained a judgment of Misses Mary and Bettle Watkins two foundest sympathy of all their friends in highly accomplished young ladies of 500 damages against tho Turnpike this the death of their first born and first Louisville are visiting the Misses Mc Company The company has asked for sorrow of wedded life an appeal Candless The suit against Gen Gross by the Mr D A Clawson formerly of the This is not the spring season although Xkws reminds mo of a friend who affirms Terry manufacturers tho weather feels very much liko it Get firm of Clawson espoused a friends cause of a high grade Hour at this place has ready for spring when iteomes in earn Â¬ that she never in her life or never conferred a favor withbeen confined to his room for several est by buying your collars harness trace out experiencing from them tho Bting of days with rheumatism chains etc from J A Witt ingratitude This sheet most assuredly At Priceville a village about ten miles Mr Clarence Penick of Custer was noble service west of here in Hart county Geo Nich- Â¬ here yesterday and left a years sub- Â¬ this column excepted did for the gentleman in question and ho olson the leading merchant of the place His address In scription to the News went hunting and left his young wife in the future will be Irvington Ky where should have been eager to have shown charge of the store On bis return he he has just been newly married and liv- Â¬ appreciation in dollars and cents But he gained the ollbe the pocket touched found wo young bloods of tiio town ing happy as a lark was permanent to the support of friends stretched on the floor beastly drunk Jack Williams and wife of color were Guess the boys will pay right well for brought up from Glendeane list Satur- Â¬ in the contest past You better reckon if the North asks their fun day and lodged In jail on tho charge of During tho recent cold snap a youth manslaughter They are accused of beat Â¬ for the birthday of Abraham Lincoln to about twenty years old name Pat Alter ing and bruising one Lula Brandon of be made a national holiday tho Rich- Â¬ mond paper is right in asking that tho lierry started homo from Wheelers color from which she died South should ask for Robert E Lees day Mill in Grayson county and having to Tho magistrates courts in the county pass by a stilluouse owned and run by will be held in March In the Mc- Â¬ to bo a national day and we of this section one Frank Smith tho report says he Danlels precinct the court will be held at would ask it with a vim too Tho lives procured whiskey and got drunk laid Rock Vale In the Custer district at of both men were illustrious and both When found Buras In the Bewleyville district at worthy of imitation by Hicceeuing gen out and froze to death to next day lie was lying on his back his Bewleyville In tho Union Star district erations But while paying tribute Â¬ one dont forget to honor our own glorbands folded across his breast and his at Stephcnsport of a lost cause eyes wide open He must have struggle License to marry D C Boll to Emma ious departed champion We all had a pleasant day last week at for life as they found where bo had F 111 W D Payne to Annie E Jor-Â¬ hard fallen in the snow and gotten up twenty dan J C Cart to Nancy Elder It C a dinner with Mrs G L Xeafun to meet times but ttio twenty first fall was fatal Carter to Miss X M Dellaven J T her daughter Mis Janus Ditto before Ho arose no more Tho whiskey devil Hatfield to Miss Fannie Morris Ben Â¬ her departure for Owensboro and 1 can had dono his work The soul was gone jamin Muffins to Miss Delia Thornhill more readily now understand tho dis-Â¬ How long oh Lord sension in Congress and how easy it is Aaron Dowell to MissCorda Bellow There is somo maple sugar on the not to be a successful leader Wo dis Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that market When Joo Hampton was cussed the old new money question the Contain Mercnry hero a man could get homemade sugar blessed day and left off where we began We tho of the same opinion still As mercury will surely destroy the from Joe most any time ho wanted it sense of smell and completely derange Joo commenced bringing in sugar early ladles finally concluded if that great the whole system when entering it in January and kept it up until October federation of women now assembled at through tho mucous surfaces Such ar- Â¬ He didnt have but one tree on his place the capital only had the string a defin ticles should never bo used except on either they say and that was a knotty ite basis of some description would bo prescriptions from reputable physicians white oak width stood in ono corner of reached before March Hli but tho gen tlemen Insisted that tho whole founda as the damage they will do is ten fold to his yard tho good you can possibly derive from John Hook Sr says lie is sixty yeais tion would bo Tongue sei ved altogeth them Halls Catarrh Cure manufact- Â¬ old has always lived in this county was er and at once ured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O born in it worked at the shoo trade for HUES RUN contains no mercury and is taken more than forty five years has never all his life has used tobac- Â¬ internally acting directly upon tho blood been sued in Fanners are burning plant beds and mucous surfaces of tho system In co for fifty years but has now quit the buying Halls Catarrh Cure be suro you fifthy habit and is proud of it His ad- Â¬ Miss Lizzie Blako is visiting in Clover get the genuine It is taken internally vice to others is to do the same for tho port and mado in Toledo Ohio by F J reason that ho feols bettor now than ho Richard Adkisson who had a stroke Cheney Co Testimonials free has felt for years of paralysis is about well jQfSold by Druggists price 75c per Givo us a store and a post office and OBryan Frisbie bottle will bo in tho swim Kv Feb 21 1S95 One Hites Run Louisville ROSETTA Mrs Sallie Miller of Now Bethel who of the prettiest weddings of the season has been sick for some time is now bet- Â¬ Otto Itoberson bought a lino Jersey took placo at St Augustines church JeiTersonville Ind Wednesday Feb 20 ter cow of W J Piggott Irvlngton 1 JtiT Miller and family contemplate Isaac Priest will marry tho -- Sth inst at p ra Tho groom was Mr Frank OBryan formerly ono of our Meade going to Lacyne Kan in tho near fu- Â¬ He marries Miss Melikel of Hancock boys now a prominent tobacco man of ture county was Mies Mary Miss Etta Carman who has been visit- Â¬ Mr Crawford Lcltchfleld holds a life Louisville and the brido Mrs ing Mrs Smart returned to her homo insurance upon tho late G T Mercer to Frisbio of Jeffersouville Ind OBryan is a stately brunette of graceful in Cloverport last week the amount of 5000 of If you want to subecribo for tho News Mr Henry Priest our miller has put mien noted for her beauty loveliness disposition and many accomplishments one of tho best papers in the state call his mill ho owns hero in tho hands of his handsome gown of on tho Hites Run Correspondent sons to run this year whilo ho goes to She was attired in a light bluo bengaline trimmed in bluetto W S Cllne says ho will bo ready to Clifton Mills to run the mill there wore the con- Â¬ mako whiskey about tho first of May Mr Ililey Dowell was appointed ad- Â¬ velvet while tho groom A reception was tend Â¬ He has bought the old lato farm in ministrator of G T Mercers estate ventional black ered them by Mr W D Laurie the stead of the Spring property Messrs John Slaton Wm Adkisson and for a We learn that Jeff Miller will give the Curran Kasoy appraisors The salo is brides uncle after which they left tour of tho eastern cities Tho presents ground for a now school house at Bill set for March 0 Among Huckelleys old lumber yard were numerous and elegant This Mr Clarence Penick near this place which wero a solid silver tea service a would be a good place for it and his Miss Clara Bandy Irvlngton were and A handsome set of Dresden china united in marriago at the residence of French china dinner set brass and onyx proposition ought to be accepted at once the bridea father Richard Bandy Feb lamp and table a mahogany card table Wo need a new house badly 110 Quite a host of friends were present cut glass and silver berry bowls three Will Test It Ia The Courts to witness the pleasant allair and con- Â¬ dozen solid silver spoon ivory ban Me Feb 25 Editor of GAnriELi Kv gratulate Mr Penick over his good for carving set and numerous others News In last weeks Xewb your vener Â¬ tune in winning the hand and heart of such a charming lady aa Miss Clara able correspondent spoke of tho sheriffs Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is different After the 10 oclock ceremony the bride sale here I wish to set myself right be Â¬ and groom with many friends repaired from all other cough remedies It cures to tho homo of Mr Peuicka parent to by allaying the inflammation and giving fore the people in regard to that sale partake of a bountiful feast of good tone strength vigor and vitality to tho The sale aud legality of the debt will be things Our acquaintance with Miss tested in the Breckenridge County Clara ki limited having met her only a respiratory organs Guaranteed and for Courts I hava receipts of payment we know well sale by Short Haynes Cloverport few Uses but Mr Penick Respectfully He wu a pupil and a better one no Di It II McMullIa JIcDanlela M J H More dock Postmaster Our acquaint Â¬ teacher ever seed desire Geo Heyeer Con ance baa continued from boyhood to Meyer Co Buras Garfield Ky Drury A Taylor Itoeetta masbood and Clarence ia the same sUntlne Industrious man aa a boy Bennett A Co Bewleyville Ky W K bright wwlal Powder and vreleel assured Clarence ia choosing Brown Irvimrtoo Ky J no V Nichole ROYAL Mi Clara for wife baa not erred ana GaifcWMKyj Morris Big Spring AB that Mies GUm will never regret the Ky iQjner iue 4V 0 Bsbtsgi Editors W TIME TABLE tui PtoptUtrs tut Â¬ SIX PAGES Born Feb Ill In tho wife Isom n fine boy Born Feb 21 to the wife of Robert seriously but obstinately Tindlf a fine lwy Mr A J Thompson of Guston paid Born Feb 21 to the wife of John his daughter Mis Worlnnd Carter a Johnson a flno boy visit this week Fanners are becoming anxious to get Misses Daisy Mercer and Beltlo Mc to work onco more Gebcu wero tho guests of Miss Kte Win Tindle of Jeffries Cliff spent Washington on Saturday Monday night with Thorn Pate Mrs Adolph Jordan and Miss Tina Stills have taken the place of byclclrs of Bewleyville wero guests of Mrs it J A Sag 7 and tho pursuit of hnppjU ness it forgot to mmttoh to him Â¬ in our town this muddy weather In the year 701 tho Black sea was froz en to a distance of fifty miles from shore C B Johnson sold his tobacco toMr Brashear of Cloverport Wednesday for 305 2 and 60c Mr Editor your good and rellablo paper tho News Is adding new subscribers to Its list at this place Mrs Angelina Tiudle who has been sick sinco last June wo hope is regain- Â¬ ing health onco more W T Burnett and Finley O Burnett are visiting their sister Mrs Louisa Rowland of Daviess county Mr and Mrs Jarboo visited their daughters Mm Ida Long and Mrs Min Â¬ nie Dawson of Victoria last Sunday Mr Wesley Roland and daughter of Daviess county after spending several days with relatives returned liome Tues day These bright warm days arc causing the snow to leave us In n hurry but it is leaving plenty of mud for us to drudge through If the Father of his Country could have lived until tho 22nd he would have reached his one hundred and sixty third year Eldrcd is often seen wending his way down tho road to the place where he resided last year The old home seems to have more attractions for him now than ever A good blacksmith is much nteded here Tho time of year has come when A the farmers time Is monoy to him good smith could do well and savo tinio for tho farmer In 159 1 tho sea at Venice fror so that during three weeks no boats could be used Tho Tiber froz at Rome and men crossed it on the ice a thing never known before nor since Owing to tho dry weather in tho fall Some not wheat got a very poor start getting through the ground but it is to bo hoped that tho snows of tho last two months have greatly rovtved it aud farm- Â¬ ers may anticipate a good yield this year Tho earth on which wo live travels at the rate of eighteen miles a second Although Jupiter has a glaut bulk yet it turns round with wonderful quickness Instead of taking twenty four hours as our earth does ho turns round onco in little less thau ten hours Tho days on Jupiter therefore are only about ten hours long In his wondeiful journey through space Jupiter is accompanied by his family of five moons Mr Marion Campbell and Miss Clara Tindle Mr William Campbell and Miss Maggie Sapp wero married at tho Pres- Â¬ byterian church Sunday night ut half Tho ceremony was past six oclock beautifully pronounced by Rev 8 J RIchey in the presence of a large crowd many of them being their most intimate friends After congratulations RevS J Richey delivered a splendid sermon to tho congregation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Baking Neats SanapariUa is for sale by 1 hat ono acre of onions properly at Â¬ tended will out sell three of tobacco A R FISHER Druggist That ono acre of stock peas will furnish more food for slock than anythinggrown Cloverport Ky hoio Itev Cuggin of Harned preached a voiy instructive sermon at WalnutGrove last Sabbath text Deut 5 3 That with tho same amount of labor ATTORNEY AT that one acre of Irish potatoes will bring OLOVEUPORT KY more cash than two acres of tobacco A Valuable Newspaper Offlee wth David R Murray eaii of O Hook will preach at Clifton Iron Bridgs ltov II The Daily Capital published at Frank- Â¬ ch itch Saturday night next at 7 oclock fort has grown to be a most valuable p tu and on Sunday at II oclock a m newspaper to the people of Kentucky l hat there are many things that can BE It publishes every day much reliable and interesting information concerning State be t rown lure which would furnish bet Â¬ affairs that can not be found in any other ter results than so much cm and to iPmKMAif thewldelykaowa tptclal- bai co b Itt1lofIii0lldy huf Pfeclect no paper such as abstracts of alt the Court that he can emS mV Tho session of Clifton congregation ei Lclc and ufferlnK a permsucut Â¬ of Appeals decisions next day after dePrice that U ton livery rulings of the various departments incuts next Saturday March 2nd atS fhlntiil5rl0J5 are avsilla them iSi1 lZ Tn den opportunity MMthiiB 4P ocock p m to talk tho importance of 5rlfVii oa all questions affecting County and the treatment orfaniiug a sabbath school all who feel efficacy UfLlmolUureoe howis the City Officers and their feci rights etc All Cftronle Dis Â¬ is always at ill interested should come out political and official gof sip that ease Treat c Owing to tho severe cold weather fully readable The subscription price Is ATnHtr ans AfNcas 50 per cent of the lambs of this neigh only flvo dollars per year Send for HONCMIAl iv4 TnSVSUtHfARTBTeM sample copies Address Capital Print boibood were lost and wo presume this ACH UVCR AN aWL wa- tbo caso elsewhere ing Co Frankfort Ky which we think CAcsmrtrriM NCKVOW XNAUSTION should enhance the price of mutton this mnm bhscaskv bhi UATH AN NtlMMSM ifK year 4 most YP The but Oh jut could we have a little quiet scUotltc trwtntat tor all riMAic MatAMS That is the state of your and rest on the money question What ii PasacBt curt gut im4 w we need now wore than all things Is Younror olmB suScriac nun Kisntr H You know it you good will to each other and confidence stomach iamch uhinart siicAMs leaa retM n wiBBHrasi ctufljr XHAlMnsN which brings credit to the great woying no4 tew Ik 4 Juppinrss fwl it you show it The rem Â¬ power ami can be Df lfcMa lull ku attained only by love JU oAbBleuAU pttUt4 who carefully eoe Card of Thuakx rMrt sac cam d the prop was- edy you need is Ripans and through Gods eBBobltBg inflames rmR To tboee who so heroically helped to He plaeta the stauap oa extinguish the Mawes oh Wednesday Tabules Safe Sure and Ef cUraeter that will kaock this kind of bmu TrtAtatluraTsheaMtlMWraUof Um pefeiw 2T0UNINOimi last thereby saving our hewe we de m n Writ aa frwljr a4 fully fective aire to express our alaeew thaaka for syiuptoui bUuk No t and eacloNo 4mp For Currh Mta No o Woaua A4drs KesfMsUully II4y4aTabI taay M bmasi s Dr Prtesa Crews ksJttee Pawter TM MKDICINK CO dfoegfa- Mas Vkmou Ma MinAN has Mtratt S - The Canceled Stamp Grate Sskiiiesstokt Kv Feb 21 05 Editor News Deaii Sir I desire to call your attention to clipping enclosed headed from Washington in todays Courier Journal and would suggest that you publish same iu this weeks News This stamp chain struck here first about two months ago through a letter of the chain addressed to me Presum- Â¬ ing It to bo legitimate I sent 300 stamps and wrote three letters aa requested In the last ten days three other parties in this vicinity have received chain let- Â¬ ters from different sections of tlie country which goes to show that the situation grows worse instead of better Yours U 0 Lewis Following is the clipping Washington Feb 23 Tho scheme of friends of Edna Kane and Mettle Gor man of Kaneville III in instituting a chain of letters seeking canceled postage stamps for the benefit of the latter a cripple baa resulted in an in- Â¬ vestigation by a postofllco inspector and the report has lieen forwarded to Post- master General Bltell The scheme baa caused great annoyance to the postal service aggravated by a now chain in- Â¬ augurated at El Paso Tex in a mock expression of sympathy for the postmaster whose ollico has been flooded with mail as a result Tho number of canceled stamps found in the room of the beneficiary of the system is estimated at 15000000 and the report says that farmers boys supplied with sacks have carried off many letters The malls have not only comprised letters but boxes and bundles carrying between 1000 and 0000 canceled stamps There are enough idiots throughout to he country Bays the inspector swamp the office with the stamp letters driving the postmjster to aa insane asylum The present situation ta ridicu- Â¬ lous for all concerned and will likely end in a grand bonfire of 15000000 stamps already received The scheme he concludes baa demor Â¬ alized the office aud the good of the service demand aa immediate remedy Tho issuance of a fraud order prohib Â¬ iting the use of the isallr ia reeoamead ed but tho report baa not yet bees aeted Â¬ Ucauchauip last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Robt McGlothlan wero the guests of Miss Drury at tho McGloth lan House Saturday and Sunday C F Hoyser Esq Lellchfield was in town last week looking out a business location Success to you Mr Ileyscr Miss Georgia Sale of Louisville is visiting her friend Mi s Sallie Harris at tho rtsidence of Mrs Bate Washington Mr aud Mrs It M Jolly celebrated their eighteenth anniversary the 21st very quietly with only tho immediate family Dr J C Bush spent several days In town using his instruments of torture much to the satisfaction of his numerous patrons Rev Niohaus fills his regular appoint Â¬ ment at Mt Merino church to day He holds services overy second and fourth Sunday R v Cullom accompanied by Rev tjuinn of Hardinsburg Baptist church arrived and registered at Lyons Hotel Saturday p m Mr Barney Worland our formerdrug gist and quite a favorite with both old and young is visiting in the community Ho has just returned from Florida Wo are pained to hear that Mrs Char Â¬ lie Simmons condition is not materially improved May she soon grow strong again is the earnest wish of her many friends Mr Dowell former teacher at Irving ton mado a business trip hero last week calling upon tho trustees of tho school who settled with him in full fortho term just closed Itev George Cundiff of the Bewley- Â¬ ville M E church South will preach next Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock in the Baptist church at Irvington Come out ono and all to hear The marriage of Miss Eddie Kennedy to Mr T O Claycomb is announced to take place at tho residence of the brides parents March 5 2 oclock p m All friends cordially invited D A Tandy representing Fertilizer company of Urban Ohio It Armstrong from Belknap Co Louisville and J T Ditto Hats and Caps Louisville registered at the McGlothlan House T J Jolly of Bewleyville Mrs Ben- Â¬ nett and Mrs Thos J Lewis of Sunny W side spent the day in Irvington are pleased to 6ee Mis Benm tt looking remarkably well since her recent light illness Mr and Mrs Bate Washington cele- Â¬ brated tho twenty eighth anniversary of their marriage last Wednesday the 20th Only u few friends were present but the repast served in Mrs Washingtons characteristic geniality ably assisted by Miss Ree was heartily enj iyed by those presont G D Pickereil of Louisvillepaid his old friend It M Jolly a flying visit last week Mr Pickereil was once one of building our enterprising townsmen while here the hotel and restaurant opposite tho depot end ono whom we wore sorry to see go notwithstanding our littlu Jonas fills the bill admirably and has a host of friends Irvington now has one of the best R R agents she has ever had In the person Ho Is very polito and of Mr Redman accommodating and strictly up to busi Â¬ ness and must have everything about him in a strictly business way This is very pleasing to the community especially so to our bubiniBS men Wo hope tho R R Company will continue Mr Redman with us indefinitely The Irvington Milling Co has formed a partnership with Mr Richard Harda way for tho purpose of trading in live stock Dicks ability and good judgment is too well known to need any comment and it is hoped the business will bo a success as tho community needs a live energetic tradesman Any one having stock for sale will please notify Mr Hardaway or I M Co Irvington Ky The Bay View Reading Circle met as per appoiutment and carried out tho interesting program proposed Notwith Â¬ standing tho unavoidable absence of one or two prominent members The work assigned was successfully and satisfact- Â¬ orily rendered and afforded much pleasure and profit to those present The members are all earnest and active and we predict the Circle will be a suc- Â¬ cess not only to tbo members individually but to the community at large Â¬ r J that they wero worth more if ho ivoro rJ VEST SHOES Lot U9 say here that thero aro several advan- Â¬ tages which comes to you if you wear our Shoes In a word The Vkst Shoes for 1895 aro full of beauty trs V durability adjectives and red edged They fairly press tho electrical button of popular desire They press tho button and you enjoy therest VEST CHINTZ ROYALTY Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Finding lost linr H and Will attend to any business in tho line of Surveying Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners a specialty lip ekenridgo county solicited Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow- Â¬ ledgements of deeds at time of surveying if parties desire it Address at Hardinsburg Ky - X COUNTY SUEYETOE PROFIT IN POULTRY HERNDON CARTER CO MURRELL COURT iMOirMUTM It denendg nnon How and When Ton market Tour chickens and ecira and tn Whom von send them We are larife receivers of poultry and etfts and have an established trade and stand the best chance to make nionev for all our shfiipers We receive and sell Uutter Eirirs Veal Hides Pelts Tallow Beans Seeds lotatoes Wool Hay Grain or anything you may have to ship Information cheerfully furnished Quotations mailed regularly to those v ho request it and liberal advances made on the largest consignments by I --scm 313315317 4310 LOUISVILLE KY CLIFTON MILLS A J Dye our deputy assessor was on tho sick litt a few days last week riant bed burning is being pushed along rapidly now having been delayed by the snow Henry PritBt is running the Clifton mill at present and will probably remain with us one month Misses Oma Claycomb Gola and Alma OwendulT Webster visited Airs 13 A Parks one day last week The white crystal sno w fl ikes are slow- Â¬ ly luelting away leaving plenty of mud and bad colds as the result Great preparations are being mado to plant tobacco If the season Is favorable there will be a largo crop of tho weed pitched In this neighborhood DIP YOU KNOW THflT TASTE month in your Bile indicates and shows that your bloods wrong NEATS SARSAPARILLA will set your blood right i cure your Dyspepsia Nervousness Aches Pains Tone you up all over one bottle and be sure to for Neats and and Try ask Gus Brown Et LAW CURED jm il I T uT iy Disorder S J lr ap ti yt SIMT CMk4tU M f lBPWUH--tT---w- x 9ml1 iH T18 4MFJPT JHJp 75 J Y wv Tr- - TT - V X Tnv Vtj -- 3T jcatiL BjRjOilfiiNmDQm NKWS OIaOVRRFORT KY EPWORTII LEAGUE LessonFor the WeekBeginningMarch 3d Comment by Rev Walter J Yatei A M Topic The Burnt Offering Tha Topio of The Hour Within the past year and cspeclaly within the past six months finance has the taken ns n topic of press discussion place occupied for several years past by tho tariff Contradictory and Irreconcil- Â¬ able ns nro the positions complex nnd confused as are the arguments of tho political pai tics nnd leaders of tho coun- Â¬ try upon tho tariff question they nro no less so upon the question of finance Tho great political problem of tho day in the United Slates is tho problem of reform- Â¬ ing tho National currency The man or woman who pretends to bo well Informed will not be content to learn the views of n few newspapers only upon the financial nnd other questions of the hour but will seek in somo way to get a survey of tho press discussion in all parts ot tho country and upon nil sides ot the questions at Issue Thcro is no way to get such a sur- Â¬ vey except by reading a journal thnt gives extracts and condensed statements from all tho leading representative pa Â¬ pers nnd reviews Such a journal is Public Opinion published weekly nt Washington 1 C In Its particular Held It is unique and unrivaled It cov- Â¬ ers tho entlro range of current nows nnd comment political 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with an EFFIGY by John Clark lililpnth A C Peculiar Case In lOopvriuht 18C3 I Origin Tbo mcrldlnn of Discovery nml tho pirnllul of Cunquost intersect lit tlio blrtliiilnco of Bunnpirto Tlioliirtlilinna tlio ono of Cu anr nu1 Colninbusdrawii duo west from Rome and tlio other duo cross each other south from Genoa within a few miles of A jaeciol It is odd Corsica s shaped llkoaiiioKiUliutinni Tho 1ony hoad ia thrnst into tlio strait of Bouifaoio tho long bark is hnt to ward Italy tho think tail project in tbedirvition of tho Utipot Klvjorv Tho doatlncd town lies between tbo foro logs l ETttIA TOSArAUTEMOTHfll OK NATOLKON IBk oud tho space thcro is a small gnlf Tho Island boast sketched flat on tho sea shows many black spots on tho sido they nro mountains Thoro aro veins also and theso aro swift streams small circles in ft few places towns Tlio nroa of tho broadsido ia 3370 sqnaro milea It is nioro than twico as big as Rhodo Island smaller somewhat than Connec ticut And tho population esceods a quarter of n million Of tho towns hero marked wo aro concerned with only two Corto and AJnocio Tho former is tho old homo of tlio Buonapartes tho latter tho placo to which tho family removed just at tho timo when by tho birth of a man child clad with thunder Jt was destined to emergo from modiu3vnl obscurities star liko Sirius liko into tho open sky of fame Tho genesis of Napoleon touches a ro markablo othnio condition Nonrly all of tho West Aryan races havo contribut ed to tho population of tbo island in which ho was born Tho peoplo and tho architoctnro alike show traces of nil theso remoto but potent influences in de termining tho final raco choracterof tho Corsicans who after tho fifteonth ecu- bocamo cssontially Italian Tho -- tnry raco is thus composite In its derivation to as great a degreo as any peoplo in tho world Besidos the etliuio origin tho environment tho narrow confines of tlio St island its mountainous character its ploasant situation in tho pellucid waters of tho Mediterranean its easy distmco Wo from tho long bonding lino of ono of tho most famous coasts of tlio world has tended powerfully by the roactions of nature oil tho hnuian animal to estab- Â¬ lish and confirm tho small Insular raco whoso 0110 man was dostiuod to glvo it a contipianous placo in human annals Tho Buonapartes were true Corsicans Tho family reachos back obsqurely into tlio Middlo Ages Tho namo is Italian and shows linguistically an origin as remoto as tho Renaissance There wero Italian as well ns Corsicau Buonapartes A family of this nauio livod iuthe Tus can city of Surzann another porhaps in Genoa and another nt Florence Ex amples nro fonud in which the spoiling is given thus Buona Parte They of Sarazana wero ennobled in tho sixteenth century and coutinnod to writo thoir namo with a di or do until tho opooh whon tho Great Ono was born Tho no- Â¬ blesse however became attenuated both in Tuscany and in tlio island whereto a branch of tho family ntsomo - unknown date removed and established itself at Corto or A jacoia WJ At tho middlo of the eighteenth con tury tho hoad of tho Coraican Buonapartes was Joseph grandfather of Napoleon Tho family resided at Corto in the center of tho island Joseph received a patent of nobility from tho grand duke of Tuscany making him a patrician B and this worthless distinction was car Â¬ ried down to his son Carlo Buonaparte whoso rights wero confirmed by tho Archbishop of Pisa and the King of France Tho googrnphiual position of Corsica made it n bono of contention among tho Powers From tbo sixteenth to tho eight eenth century tho island was under tho suaerainty of Genoa TJio people wero partisans Sonio favored the Qonocso some thq French and some other Ital ian States At tho middle of tho oight with century there was turbulence The patriots roso against Genoa and a pertain General Von Neuhof was nbont French fi to be made king when a was Bentarmy Into wider Goncral Marbcmif the island to bring it into subjection The French had just lost their colonial empire in North America and were anxious to rnako a gain In tbo Mtdltor ranean to counterbalance tbo growing power of Great Britain After the episode of Von Nenhof the patriot leader Pascal Paoli gained anas oendwey in Corsica and beoame dicta tor He ooateuded valiantly for the in dependence of his country and for a whllu held his powerful enemies at twy r n 1bUt however ooald not wet The Frew party among the Cowioau do I red the breaking of all oouHeetion be tweeq tfcelroomitry aad tfce petty state of Genoa aad A anion with Mm power fol kiuitdom of France The oauee of Jaoll fell before overwhelming odds Mid i May of 1798 Cowioa was form allr delivered to the Hrennh The pa- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ trlnts woro scattered and KUr loader found rofugu in England It was In thuiiiiUtof theso agitations civil mid military that tho Buouaparto family emerged clearly to viow Carlo Marin llunmtpurto was born in Ajaccio March 2 17 11 At tho tliuoof tho full uro of tho revolutionary movement and tho loss of his countrys independence ho was twenty two years of ago Muun while in his eighteenth year ho had fallen in lovo with Lctitla Rmnoliiio Coisiean peas daughter of a nut With hcrnatiito had been prodigal of nil gifts Shu wh beautiful to a do grno htrongly marked in Centura and jierbon with tho excellencies of the Ital ian tacn Of tho Rnmolino family not much is known Sufllco it that Carlo di Buoua parto though n noble recklessly took Lotitin in marriage when she was but fifteen years of ngo Sho brought him her beauty and a portion of properths but no additional rank She is said to havo been a girl of heroic qualities queenly in her bearing rather silent in maimer healthy us to her bodily life Her faeo and ignorant of Miiitiineiit preserved in a hundred forms of art shows unmistakably tho origin of that Napoleonic visage with which tho whole world will bo fuiiiiliur to the end of hu man records Tho character of Carlo di Buonaparte though discoverable only in fragments shows a mixturo of cuurago and adven ture Ho was a projector of many tilings a visionary His education was ob tained in Italy Ho had been a student at Uoino and aftorward at Pisa where hopieparcd himself to bo an ndvocato and obtained n reputation for youthful eloquence Tho University of Pisa conferred on lii in about tho timo of the birth of Napoleon the degveo of Doctor of Laws Tho collapse of tho patriot caiiso had induced Carlo Buouaparto as a measure of prndunco to lonvo Ajaccio and rotire to Corto Tho latter being an inland town and having a mountainous situation was more deeply pervaded with tho patriotic spirit than was tho lowland region about Ajaccio Tho coast country gavo itself up freoly to the Fronch domination During tho first five years of tho married life of Carlo he oscillated with his young family back and forth Ljtwocn tho two towns finally when safoty enrao with peace fix ing himsolf at Ajaccio This was in the early part of 1700 Meanwhile before this removal three children had appeared in rapid succession at thohoarthstonoof Carlo Buoua parto All of theso wero born nt Corto Tho first was a dnughtor Elise whose birth was in 17Q5 This child died in infancy ns did also tho uoxt Marie Anno who was born about two years lator Then on January 7th 1708 cawo tho first sou and to him tho pa routs gavo tho namo of Joseph Nairn liouo or as n secondary spelling would havo it Josopli Napoleouo- - or Napoleon Tho latter name hough appear ing in tbo birth record of tho family was dropped in tho enso of tho oldest sou Josopli only being retained It was the custom of tho ngo in tho case of the doath of children to repeat their names for thoso born nf terwnrd Nor was there anything exact us in tho customs of the nineteenth century in tho spelling emwell-to-do Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Periodic Attacks of Neuralgia tho Eyes I Hood St Co Ixiwcll Masjt I write to say that I hare been a sufferer or our years with neuralgia In the eyes Tho pains wert tery severe at night causing me to uTer winter and summer alike Sometimes a month would lapse between spells then I would be Troubled Every Weok up at night I am a man ol regular habits 43 years ot age and employed or the past seven years by Heath Springs it Co well known merchants and bankers of this place especially It I was ployed 7 U S Govt Reports Mhon Hoyml Bmklug Pvmhr Tho surimmo as well as tho given names in tho family of Buouaparto fluc tuated Into many forms and gavo rise to some discussion nud confusion after wards Ono story run to tho effect ttiat Napoleon Bonaparto was born January 7th 1708 and Joseph nbout nineteen months nfforwards that ia August lfith 1700 It was belioved at ono timo that tho father interchanged tho dates of tho birth of his two eldest sons in order to got Napolooi iuto tho military academy boforo his tonth year a thing nooessnry under tho law But it is now known that no such thing occurred Tho only ground for tho invention of tho fiction was the faot that Josephs middlo name was Originally Nabnlione and that this namo in a modifiod form was afterwards conferred on tbo younger sou Tho estate of Carlo di Buouaparto though augmcutod by his intcrmnrriago with tho Itamoliuo family was unequal to his tastes and desires flo possessed n proporty nt Corto and unother iu Ajac cio To tho latter ha camo back in tho early part of 1700 and established him self in tho house wboro Napoloon was born Tho homestead dl Buouaparto was favorably situatod Tho houso is still in excellent preservation It is four stories in height From the upper windows ono may sco tho ocean Tho building is htuo coed Is rectangular and has a Hat roof with a small cupola from which tho flag of Franco was flying nt tho timo when tho first omrmror of tho French camo Into tho world About tho birth of great men cycles of fiction grow Friend a and enemies alike invent significant circumstances Tbo traduocrs of Napoleon havo said that ho was illegitimate that his father was tho Fronch marshal Wurbeeof They also say on better grounds that tho mar riago of Lotltla HamuIIno to Carlo Btfou aparto was not solomnized until 1707 that the first two children woro thoro fore born out of wedlock On tho other hand the idol worshipers would fain have Napoleon born as a god or Titan Premature pangs seize tho mother at ehiueli film hurries home baroly reach ing her apartment when tfee berola babe is delivered witkoqt au aeeoucher o a piece of tapestry inwrought with an ef This probably occurred figy of Achil As a Jt was the 15th of August 1 natter of faot thero was no oweu ia heaven or earth uo sjgu that a beautiful poasaut had been delivered of a con JOHX CJARJC RlDWH queror s To be Oocttausd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Education docs not stiflo zeal God and Camden I bought a supply of Hoods Bar places no premium on ignorance Intelsaparllla used our bottles and believe I am ligent piety is not less bnt nioro effect cured W J Loxo Lancaster South Carolina ivo than ignorant devotion Ignoranco Constipation by restorHoods Pills cure is never tho mother of devotion Her ing the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal offspring is n brood of superstitions nnd bigotry if not hypocrisy Tlio Holy - Scriptures themselves nro profltablo for RHODELIA doctrine for roproof for correction for instruction in rightoousucss that tho Miss Maggie Hardesty was hero shopman of God may bo perfect thoroughly ping Wednesday A new theory in tho treatment of furnished unto nil good works Tho Mr and Mrs E N Payno aro on tho moro ono knows tho better ho can bo coughs lung nnd bronchial affections has 5 sick list this week and moro useful been advanced by the manufacturers of Will Vessels and family havo lately Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey It is truly a lllnliop JhiiuS N Fitzgerald moved to Union county All dealers sell Bishop James N Fitzgerald is tho wonderful remedy Alex Bargcr was the guest of Miss For sale president of tho Epworth Longuo of tho It on n positive guarantee Maggie Hardesty Sunday Dr Haynes Clovcrport Methodist Epis- by Short 3 Enictt Elder is visiting Miss Maggie copal church Ho R II McMullIu McDaniels M Meyer Brown near Vino Grove Geo Hoyser ConstanCo Buras is eminently fitMr John Wathen and family wero ted for tills posi- Â¬ tino A Taylor Rosotta Drury Bennett visiting out in the country the 21st tion Ho is pro A Co Bowleyville Ky W E Brown 5 groBsivo iu Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Miscs Eva Roberts and Martha Parr thought ener 3 visited Mr Bill Vessels family Saturday Ky getic in action Ky A K Morris Big Spring night safo in couusol Gabe Nuvitt returned from Nelson nnd has tho affeccounty last week nhero has ho been tion and confi Â¬ visitiug for tometitne dence not only of Richard Brown and John Burch wero tho young peoplo of tho church present at tho grand entertainment given but nlso of tho at Payncsville Feb 15 I7JKE2 COINAGE OF older and moro - - - - Mrs Jane Rhodes who has been very SIILVJBIC bisiiop fitzoeuald conservative olo ill for several weeks wo nto sorry to say ments His official rosidenco is Now Or- Â¬ The free and unlimited coinage of is no better at this writing leans His duties ns bishop call him to Henry Elder ol Garrett spent a few all parts of tho United States nnd oven silver the product of American mines days lust week with his mother near to foroign couutrios Bishop Fitzgerald it the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of Mooleyville onrouto to Sorgho is about 08 yoars of ngo and is a nativo ijold is the only solution of and Pat Willett of Daviess county has of Nowark N J Ho studied nt Prlnco -remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ been visiting his many friends in this ton nud ohoso tho law as his calling but on his conversion abandouod tho court factory condition of trade manufac- Â¬ C vicinity for the post two weeks ture and general business of the coun- Â¬ The party given nt Mr Bob Beavins for tho pulpit That Great University try The surreptitious act of 1873 It was Feb 21 proved quiet a success Tho American university nt Washinglargely attended and all report a jolly divorcing silver and gold in our mone- Â¬ ton bids fair to bo ono of tho great institime tary system was a crime of untold Mrs Sarah Burch is suffering from a tutions of this great country in tho nozt It was the rankest kind century Its plans nro broad onough to magnitude severe cold caused by her long and cold mnko it truly national in character Its of class legislation in favor of the drivoio HarJlusburg Feb 13th Mrs location is stmteglo in tho Capital City wealthy against the producers of Butch has our heartfelt sympathy with its uuequnlcd education facilities Paul OBryan of Daviess county has nffordod by tho many collections iu mu wealth and hostile to the prosperity been visiting friends and relatives in seums libraries and governmental do of the United States It was an act this vicinity for sevoral weeks Paul is partinonts Tho grounds aro superb in of treason because done at the instance quite a gentleman and we are truly glad situation and nmple iu ox tent A special of a European syndicate and for bribe gift provides for their gardening to bo to have him in our midst onco more giving aid and comfort to begun uoxt Mny Tho endowment grows money Miss Lucy Burch and Messrs Pau stoadily and funda aro being received our countrys enemies To shield Mills Paul Manning Paul Burch Paul for buildings Tho schomo is n magnifi Hinrs Paul Stiff Euimett Elder Pat cent one Grand men nro in control of the guilty parties the well authenti- Â¬ cated facts often published have been Willett and Richard Brown wero tho tho enterprise which will not bo restrictguests of Misses Ellen and Bettio ed iu operations to denominational lines vigorously denied Bishop John F Hurst tlio resident bishOBryan Sunday night The Enquirer will continue to exThe beautiful home ot Mr and Mrs op at Washington is tho chancellor pose this unpardonable crime until Charlie Hayden lias been much brighter ChrerfalneM right and justice are done the people since the 1 th of January when every Tls w ell to work with n cheerful heart by the full restoration of silver to its Wherover our fortunes call heart of the family leaped with joy by With u friendly glanoo nnd nn oicn bund We old companionship with gold the arrival of a black eyed and golden And n gentlu word or nil need the assistance of the people in Slnco Uo Ih n thorny and dllUcult path haired boy babe Uncle Charlie says it Wlicru toll U tho portion of man Is very nice to be called papa disseminating the truth to which end Wo all rhould endeavor whllo pausing along Â¬ To uiuku It ij rcnooth iu wo can Mr John Cart and Miss Nannlo we invite all in your selection of pa- Â¬ Elder were quietly married nt St Ther pers for the coming season to include New Llfo In tho Ilaat commonly called Flint Island sas Whatovcr ono may thlhk of thoresto the Enquirer that costs only 100 a Rov church February 14 at 3 oclojk ration of tho Jews to Pnlcutlno ono year Issued twice a week Father Reaux officiating The attendthing is certain new Ufa is being infused Liberal commissions and cash re Â¬ ants were Miss Eva Roberts aud Mr into tlio old lnud and prosperity such as Sample wards given to club raisers Earl Bashain The invitations woro relias not bceu seen for nges seems dawn Company stricted to only near relatives and ono or ing Jerusalem is fast outgrowing its copies free Enquirer old limits A new qnnrtcr in tho westtwo Immediate friends of the family Cincinnati O May their lives be long and happy is tho ern snburb has arisen iu tho last few years Every nvnlhtble piooe of land is wish of their many friends rapidly being bought up Trade is in Died at Mr Charlie Haydens fiam creasing and last yenr u pnbllo garden Hnydon ron of Henry Hayden Sunday was opened outside tho Juffa gate Two February 0th at 3 oclock p m He died boats on tlio Dead sen are omploycd iu of pneumonia niter an illness of only gathering bitumen It is proposod by eight days It grieves us very much to Btcnni launch olid barges to bring prod lluvo roil llonowod IourSubscrlp E C BABBAGE Manager havo to givo up ono so young aud prom Â¬ uco from Monb by u shorter ronto to tlou for 1813 ising He was only seventeen and leaves Jorusulem Tho rnilrond from Jaffa to is nlso working many h lends to mourn his loss and as Jerusalem thought an style wondrous WOMEN 6 a Daily by mail - - DOUBT of doing changes In they loved him dearly In life they will things in this ancient hud Daily a Sunday by not forget him iu death May ho now - - - SI a The Weekly Â¬ Missionary Enthusiasm Tho first of Americun Newsenjoy the reward of his pious and exem Â¬ PENNYROYAL- - WAFERS Opon doors stand invitingly on every plary life and rest peacefully in tho bos papers CHARLES A DANA side Activity such ns tho world nover om of Gcd angel of death visited the home of beforo saw is pushing tbo borders of The Editor BE COLUMBIA Mr and Mrs ENPayne Feb 0th st Christs kingdom fnr into tho borders of la tlio greatest Sunday Newspaper In tlio heathenism Not to bo thrilled nt the 330 oclock p in and took from thorn stories of heroism coming up from ev- Â¬ Tho American Constitution world thoir daughter Bertha nineteen years ery laud is to show oneself either ig PAP CflLEMPAR theAmorican Idea tho Ameri- Â¬ a long illness of consumption after norant of the most important movomouts can Spirit These first last PrlcoScacopy By mail 2 a year Bertha In ing a dear and loving child of the times or indifferent to tbo condi- Â¬ o For AddrcTIIi SUN Now York caring nothing for society giving her tion of onos brotlirou iu distress Tho and all the time forever whole heart to her parents she will long regular church papers special period- Â¬ Â¬ exts-Srs2-be remembered and missed by the fam- Â¬ icals devoted to various fields and de partments tho secular proas and evon We sincerely sympathize ily elrele JjSg tbo reports of United States consuls tcom with her hVreavfd parents who with with information her many loving friends followed her earthly remalus to their filial resting Keflex Influence of Missions You place iu St Theresa cemetery The evangelization of a heathen peo Need B ple will do uoro to start tho whcols of U It E W Bagby a prominent lawyer o industry than all possiblo tariff legisla lean than FOUR OeHTSuweek Thtakottt By an arrangement with tha publishers of A Dck Calendar l a rftceislty Faducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pine tion C ne Now Knglnnd firm has sold The liveulni Joc oftoulavtllo lam esubleil most convenient kind ol itorchousc Tar Honey cured hit children of whoop-- more agricultural implements in South to make an unprecedented offer to tho Hotr The Columbia Dek or memoranda paper readers of Kentucky 1 will stmt tho Africa slnco tho Christianizing of the ing cough when all things else failed Calendar i kightett and handtomett LOUISVILLE EVENING POST remedy for all coughs For native tribes than are sufficient to pay full ol dainty silhouettes by mall Bot Its a now ol all whole expense of the missions from arfa prepaid to auyaJdremt In Kentucky- one year for Jt The nil pen ketches onil entertaining sale by Short Hayues Gloverport Dr the beginning In dully cstablliiheiriri 1870 thelcad ta thoughts on outdoor exerclM and In6 afternoon Journal of KvHiaoky prints the full report ot ft II MoMhIIIb McDaBlele M Meyer tlin Associated Prem full market reports Washington and teorl Occasionally remind you ol A Co ilnrae Geo Heyeer CoeetaR IV Lftrt oorivMiioaileHce Hsectiil lelatfranli sewn from all the luperb quality ot Columbia Bi ji in of Kontueky sporting maw soeUty raelng choice m to- tino At Taylor Roeetta Drury Bennett cycles and of yor need ol one vellauy aud live polltlcul matter The paper uihmI la clear and You wont object to that ol course tho typo largo ami easily read Aictttu waniotlt write far term A Co Bowleyvllle Ky W E Brows Wfti CiLfsACWiu feakjs was ssiV tagA NOTICE All UKtuana who wish ta take advantage of tkla The Calendar wilt be nulled or ftv IrviatoR Ky J Jno P Nichols Garfield ntouay ardor vayaule Ctt offer uiimT mis ire chocks and ja Third t tMulalllt Ky 2 eent stamps H UMOrK Xooni Jrg X Xy j A K Morris Wk Spring Ky WTma st Wmm Mis sx ahwg to Oiste A4to4 Cat4r DtfartasMt Tmn lbs UJ QMUm awtls Outaria POPS MTO CO Â¬ Â¬ Hoodssy Cures facrcd furnishings of tho tnbernnclo stood the brazen nltnr for burnt offerings It was made hollow of boards nnd covered with plates of brns A grating on tlio top served to receive tho wood nud tho sacrifices Tho interior of tho altar mny havo been filled with cartli or stones Of this howovcr noth ing is said In tho Bible Tho burnt offering was to bo a bullock n malo sheep or goat or n turtlo No part of this dovo or young pigeon offering was to bo oaten either by tho priests or tho ono making tlio sacrifice but all wns to bo burned on tho nltnr Tho flro was to bo kept perpetually burning on tho nltar Tho burnt offering represented per foot solf surrender to God Its Import is I summed up iu Pauls exhortation beseech you thoreforo brethren by tho mercies of God that you present your bodies a living sacrifice holy ncocpt able unto God which is your reasounblo service Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GENTS Furnishing Goods Take advantage of this sale it will Inst simmmmmmmmmmmtmt I0NLY TWO WEEKS Thoroughly Equipped Best Hermsdorf black socks worth 0 25 and 40 cts now going at oC Best note paper Â¬ cts a quire Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Best white envelopes cts Enormous per package cut of cts Tablets choice for cents Â¬ Windsor Ties worth 25 choice for Some pretty designs in 7p If you should need a box of fine it now former price cut to writing paper get 25c f Â¬ Â¬ Our stock UNDERWEAR We are must be reduced Â¬ compelled to make room for Spring Stock Every garment at absolute cost Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To Â¬ appreciate the immense line of MONARCH Shirts that we carry you must inspect them They are beauties The line embraces the very lastest and very cheap Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GIVE US A CALL Jno D Â¬ Babbage IN yr mail8 yr yr Â¬ The Sunday Sun Â¬ WA 5 kI895i fe site Â¬ Â¬ BH r s y fe Afc V 2 II PER YEAR Kf0fA lii Â¬ sfe 4fc E k OhUdrcnQryfor toU Mf HiMiiiiiinmiiiiiil rtaHfefd Cwm w j 4 MQ0IC ikumtiMmtiiit immmmiwmMmmvfmMmm 4 v u JBlyiH 1 f 4 THE BBLELOKElNRIDGEi JS1KWS OLOYKRPORT HY NORTONS VALLEY Mr Clint Notion is all sinlk it is n lino boy Prayer meeting is all tho go in this nelghho hcoJ Rev Hook filled tils regular nppilnt mnt at the ValWy Suneny Marcus KlncheloespentSuturday night nnd Sunday wlili Isaac Nurlon Will Baskit and Pnsll Simmons pssred through here with n drove o cattle Mr AaronNoron had a stroko of par alsls last Saturday hut is Improving a little Madam Rumor says thero will bo n wedding in the neighborhood right soon Who will It be Mr J ubel McCoy gave tho joung folks n patty Monday nlulit All seemed to havo a nice time Miss Lela Kincheloo was llic guest of Miss Cnrrio nnd Allio Not ton Saturday night nnd Sundsy Miss Sallio llasham wns the gins of Miss Carrie nnd Allio Norton Inst week Shoreparts n pleasant trip MNses L la Kincheloo Mary McCoy Rnllie Baslmm Frtd Tilplett Joe Bandy Tony McCoy nnd Clint Arrars were tho guests of Miss Allio nrd Cnrilo Norton Sunday p Jakoy had attended woll to his studies whild at school but his teachers had Bomopn il didnt want ter stop u talk found it impossiblo to chaugo his meth- or nothin Did you spook to her ods of expressing hlmsqlf As soon as I nsked her uf I odgivo hor lovo ter ho reached Toiihessco ho began to relapso semlbnrbarism in which Rats whon I Bor hlin intothestatnof Corporal Ratlgnns Irish good naturo ho had llvod beforo tho coming of his advantages Bourl know that thoro was triumphed over his desiro to roach tjpwn no liopo for Improvement iu her father nud givo tho boy a cuff Jakoys conn and mother Instead of troubling them tonanco was solemn ns usual and did when thoir ways of acting and speaking not break into e sinilo iu response to Ho tho corporals embarrassed laugh shocked her sho refrained from com in out but wlieu Jakoy dropped into his opened tho gate and Ratlgan rode into tho yard followed by his troopers old ways sho tried hard to chock him Besides sho It that it was necessary to They rofrephod themselves from a gourd keep a strict guard over herself for sho which hung in tho wollhouso then 7 oeyitje9 iv IMtftlCAN ES S9UMlON had noticed that when under any ox filling their canteens thoy rodo nway But Souri and Jakey woro destined cltomont or when her feollugs wort deep Â¬ portaut person ou earth after Colonel ly touched sho was apt to forgot herself soon to meet ouo who was of far moro CHAPTEH VL Maynard Miss Baggs had thus found and bo onco mora tho poor white girl consequence to both than Corporal Rat TULLAHOMA her way iuto that youthful something ignn Tho next morning while tiouri was ordered to push or other which for want of a hotter name of formor days Colonel Mnynnnl Thero was another cause of solicitude was sotting tho lion o to rights sho heard forward down the road from Manches- may bo called Jakcys heart His reIt must be admitted not- Â¬ tho boating of innumerable horses hoofs ter toward Tnllahonia in order to test mark was mado with great seriousness as to Jakoy Jakoys good points and a Going to tho window and looking up withstanding the truth of Jnkey Slacks information Jakey felt that it was bis duty as a Un- certain original Bhrowdnoss there was tho road which stretched northword for Jnkoy begged permission to go with ion sympathizer to putsomoonoonMiss about him that ho never was tho sauio n long distance in full viow she saw a Sho mought bo workin boy him bnt the colonel told him that he Baggs track after his few hours of sorvico on column of cavalry approaching ii Beforo tho head of tho column had had better go back to his father and fo tho Confederates ho mused Colonel Maynards staff It was conTho latter sister Jakey argued that ho could as then agin sho moughtntto him because stantly whon I war Colonel Maynards reached tho houso tlio whole Slack famviow was most agreeablo or when tho colonol ily wcro standing in tho yard gaping well return from Tullahoma if thoy ho liked Miss Baggs and would grlovo or when Two regiments passed though each j n mo rode inter Tullyhomy should reach it and if not from ony to seo any harm come to her Boemcd liko nn army for cavalry occuI carried tho news of tho rovocuntica point where they might halt Tho coloWhile ho was jogging along turning Then ho would strut about with his pies three or four times tho space of inas thoy rode nel at last consented and the matter over in his mind ho saw hands iu his pockets much to his tn fantry Between tho second and third off ho remarked to the members of his fovcral horsemen iu hluo and yellow thers amusement mid Souri s dread that regiments wns a gap of n few iiuudred stalT using tho conventional military como tearing down the road They reiu especially phraso for announcing a stair officer in cd iu when thoy camo up with him aud ho would run away aud join tho Union yards Iu this rode an officer army But one day when ho threatened noticeable for his youth nud manly orders Gentlemen this is Jacob Slack volley of questions to do bo Souri took him to task for it beauty attended by his stnff aud esto tho colonel opened n boy did yon volunteer Say fcu a woman with and mado him promise that ho would cort On approaching tho Slack cabin commanding tho th cavalry brigade a striped dress and goggles go by not This ended her anxiety for Jakey ho motioned to these to go on nud and will bo obeyed and respected as N n long legged wind busted crit wheoliug his horse from tho road unat would as soon have forgotton his miliTho announcement couched in such ter tended rodo up to tho party of lookers tary honors as break a pledge to his sistheso terms so delighted Jakey that ho Yos oiu Jnkoy who was standing on thoi ter camo woll nigh losing his balanco and N nn olo rattliu buggy Army of tho Cumberland was fence gave a spring and was caught in The falling off old Toms back and getting Yos now advancing by ovory possible routo his arms himself trampled on by tho rest of the What dy want with hor Aha littlo brother wo moot again toward Chattanooga Ono of tho routes stalT But after tho first flurry ho mndo Never mind that Havo you seen taken by tho Union afmy lay through But thero wcro others to engago thoi that is a most efficient Dropping tho boy if riding closo besido tho colonel and hor Waal uover mind whether I havo tho Sequatchlo valloy and directly past speakers attention dismounted aud wasi to tho ground ho Slacks littlo farm One evening nn order which tho being always ready for by the hand shaking not Git up Tom was noror given constitute a good staff or This brought tho questioner to terms Souri was leaning over tho gate thought- Â¬ Boon warmly Mnloue all reckon said I Yer Mark fully when sho saw several mounted officer though y dont look Are you a Coufcderato hoy men iu hluo with yellow faclngB trot Â¬ Farmer Slack About noon tho fortifications around Dont I live in Tennessee ting down the road They wcro tho first much liko the Common sojer oz kenn tho town of Tullahoma suddenly appear I suppose that moans you aro Con- bluecoats to appear of tho host that was long hyar a year ago n changed yen Though it was plain ed boforo them uniform fo our Hcuerys store clothes federate Wove no timrt to loso Tho coming Thoro is n certain jaunty air now that they woro not to bo defended Ho a dovil may caro appearance about a Not Mark Mitlonc that was a ficti the advancing forco half expected to boo woman in that buggy is is tious name but Mark Maynard No a cloud of smoko burst from them Hut was conjuring up a story to decolvo thoi trooper who becomes used to being al I com they woro silent and impotent without stupid looking boy beforo him and get ways on horseback Each man and horso Im not a private any longern splendid maud this bricado And its tho required information but ho was troops to man thorn Dashing from tho edgo of tho wood not good at inventions Jakey camo to Colonol Maynard followod by Jakoy tho rescue Wanted by you uus general or coloand tho rest of tho staff rodo over tho I S I intervening space and in a few minutoH nol or somepn til Yes was climbing tho slanting sides of tho Fo tor keep hor outcn danger coz earthworks A point had been gained which without tho provious maneuvers shos llko nuff tor run inter a guerrilla would havo cost thousands of lives camp Tho man lookod vondcringly at tho Even Jakey Slack who can hardly bo called nn educated soldier experienced boy who was making a story for him a certain comfort on riding unopposed unasked ho replied uncertain what over breastworks so formidable Once within thorn ho got off his horse and to say Waal shos gono along thar When seeing a big siegogun from under which tho carriago had been burned climbed y git tor th fork in th roadtako th on to it mid sat a straddlo waving his left fork All right Thanks my littlo man hat and cheering as vociferously as if tho victory had been exclusively duo to and tho party galloped away to take the wrong road on reaching tho fork his own genius meditative- hilarity was suddenly quenched ly- Jakoy pursued his courso His by tho colonol who riding up to him Reckon that warut mo dona thct told him that tho brigado was ordered bcu som un else I air a forward in pursuit of tho retreating eu It must a lair Sho uns Confederate emy and that ho must go back to his Union boy some- un got spicion o her father and sifcter Jakey bogged hard to Llko nuff Reckon I cant bo Union of I holped her go on but his appoal was unavailing sho likes Souri anyway His brief dignity must bo resigned out Woal sho wont do uo harm on tho staff of tho Reckon From Notwithstanding the view takon at colonol commanding tho th brigade tho close of Jakcys soliloquy ho felt to bo oboyod and rospootod as such Ho ho must bo reduced to tho lovol of a very much dissatisfied with himself what rodo ou thoughtfully wondering small boy Colonel May nard would say if ho should Tho colonel gavo him n hug boforo know what ho had done Ho soon mot IlECKOX THEM VHSHEZ GOT IT DAD parting and told him thut ho would a soldier on a lame horso Jakoy inferbend a trooper with him to sco him red that ho belonged to the party ahead uafoly on his way Had Jakey bcou o but had beeu obliged to drop out of tho loomed tho tamo animal noldior his action on this occasion would chase Thoir sabers body of men Im proud of it When Colonel Maynard camo to sahavo been considered by any court marSay mister called tho boy what clanked iu unison nnd thoy wero chat ting aud laughing as if they had como lute Souri there was an unspeakable tial rank mutiny thorn uus chasiu thet woman iu tho bug to tho south with only the most peace interest sympathy even tenderness in Dy think I haint nobody nohow gy fo ful intentions When they reached tho her oxprcssivo oyes Didnt I go with y last summer tor pass her Did you gate whero Hour stood ono of them Why Souri youre a woman How Chattanooga when y wnr nutliin but a Yes N didnt I btny in jail with y you havo improved I lifting his hat politoly asked scout Put em on tho track A slight flush on hor chocks showed Now yer talkin bout sendin a sojer Would yo mind mogoin to tho woll Reckon tho pleasure the words gavo her with mo fo a nurso Sho tried to slip through the lines for a littlo water Iu tho briliunt display that was ro- All right Jakoy Go it alono if yon on a forged pass Tho guard was suspiHaint I improved asked Jakey Improved Certainly Huvoyouconr prefer it vealcd by the lifting of tho mans hat cious aud took the pass to headquarters Tho colonol rodo away and Jakoy after lotting her go thorugh though Souri recognized a head sho could nover quercd your old ha ilt of answering peo forget tho head of Corporul Rttigau ple with questions Bhoru of tho plumago ho had worn so liko a fool when tho trick was discovsho said aint you Corpo Why Did I lick Johnny Oh yessud becomingly for a wholo half day pro- ered denly recollecting himself ral Ratlgan ceeded on ills return journey Ho first I purty Waal reckon theyll ketch her inquired tho most diroct route to Hills I am me young lady and if Oirn nigh got ovei thet and Jnkey rodo on So I porcnive boro and having boon directed to it ho not mistaken yoro ono of the puty that said tho colonel Yon i n perfect paragon nt set off ut a brisk trot Ho had eaten was goin through the lines mo day a smiling As tho dusk of tho ovoniug was comnothing sinco early morning and was ing en Tom was scon by Farmor Sluok f ow weeks ago expressing yoursol Jnkey at this moment came around ravouously hungry At a farmhouso by fur down tho street advancing at n jog Wont yor como iu n sot down the way he secured a meal for himsolf trot and ou him Jakey bobbing up the house iu a fashion nt which ho had and a good feed for Tom Then tho old and down his oIIkwb stuck out ou oach bocoma expert at school This u as turn- asked Mrs Slack Not now I nm going to meet my ing handsprings sideways like a cart woman who furnished thorn gavo him a sido and his little legs at an obtuso an kiss and started him again on his jour- Â¬ gle with tho rest of his body Hiding wheol Seeing tho soldiers he suddenly wife whom I havo not seen for nearly ney up to tho littlo porch iu frout of tho remembered his dignity as former vol n year I cxpeot to find her nt hor mothJakoy hud not gono far beforo ho Iioukc Jakoy slid down from Toms high unteer and straightening ers plantation near Chattanooga You camo to a road connecting Hillsboro back with as much dignity as ho could up pulled his hat down over tho back remember how slm hid mo when my ueok was in n haltir oil that very planwith tho MaoMinuvillo branch of tho command on descending from such a of his head aud tried to look military railroad at a plnuo called Concord Tho height Tho whole household inoluding True his hair was iu his eyw but his tation how I camo north iu disguise military training had only beci for ouo with her how I cuuo hero ono night road on which ho was traveling forked tho children was there to rccoivo him into the other at an ncuto angle the and Jakey was about to give them an morning oud Jukcys hair wa always whero I had loft my horso nud uniform two running nearly parallel for a short account of how ho had served on Coloin his oyes Dpubtbss it would Lava re aud dashed nway to tho Union lines distance Looking nhoad toward the nel Maynards staff when ho caught his quired mouths of training frum a drill how she followed me and wo woro mar Well Ivo uever sergeant to get it to growing any other rlod by a chaplain fork ho saw a rig which struck him ut fathers eyo onco as buing astonishingly familiar Y Jako said Mr Slack didnt way Approaching tho fouce he climb- soon hor sinco a week after our marriage It was nono other than Hra v boned horso I send y out ter th barn ter look arter ed it aud sut with one li jj tu fciicli sido Old Pap is famous for not nllowiugÂ¬ women iu camp aud ho made no excepand paint bereft buggy ho had eeon sov tho critters last night u now yer been of it oral times boforo As it drow near Ja- ridin nil over nobody knows whar Do ye kuow me me boy asked tion iu Mrs Maynards cose except for ouo weeks honeymoon iu recognition of key could see bomo one in tho buggy Whar y ben Ratlgan and ho was not long iu recognizing tho Waal said Jakoy taking his one Does 1 know ono o them sigual service rendered tho causa Aud yer wifes gono back outer tho peculiar dress of Miss Betsy Baggs readily I foun Tom loose n I follor lights on th mounting plantation said Mrs Slack Hello iliss Uaggsl Whar y golu ed him all over th Uiiited States Oh Jakuyl sighed his sister Sho has You see iu June a rocrnit at ho called Well rno lad pursued Iho corpoIm glud y got him replied tho entered our family quartors iuthoehapo Never a word spoke Miss Baggs Slio father Go iu u git yer supper ral laughing who am 1 of n ten pounder boy Boforo that hap sat bolt upright in her buggy regard Rats pened Mrs May mud went through tho ing tho boy fixedly as Bobby Leo trianCHAPTER VIL I bco yo havo n good memory Rats to join hor As gulated ou ward As sho passed tho turnOLD FMKNDS MEET Its quare yo should have romembered liliesyoungster ismother Mrs Fniuto ro not old enough ed her head slowly keeping her spec And tho corporul chuckled good the that It was tho middle of August boforo port to his father siuca his enlistment taoles on Jakoy with nn unearthly staro the different col u m us of tho Army of uaturedly There is something superstitious in all Mohbo y remember some uus I suppose his father will havo to report to cross tho to him human beings and especially iu boys tho Cumberland began namo I reckon Mrs MnynardU bo right Something llko a Bhiver ran down Ja mountains between it and Chattanooga And who is that remarked Souri fool glad to sco yon key s back at sight of this singular per iu pursuit of tho Confederates who had Miss Baggs lugly withdrawn to that placn and thero in Certainly I do said the corporal son who know him perfectly yet who Meanwhile tho somewhat startled nud coufusod I shall cortniuly bo right glad Iqboq tronchod themselves passed him her head turning mechanhor And that must nccouut for my I sor hor tother day uttoring n word For a Slack family had arrived at thoir homo ically without loaviug you bo bo jil I owo you nil a Yo dont mean it moment he was tempted to believo that near Jaspor in tho Sequatchlo valley great deal iu this household and now Much to Sourts surprise everything Reckon I do Miss Bnggi had perished nud this was that our forces occupy tho guautry if Whoro her ghost going to cook rest in some about tho place looked uncouth Wlieu you rcquiro anything let iua know it Sho war n trottiu thct olo critter o other land than war scarred Tennos the left it a year before It was all sho had ever known A ten months resi Â¬ hern goin uoth llko shot from n squir Â¬ What can I do for yon toe But this fooling was momentary Thero was sllenco for a few moments dence in tho north surroundod by every rel gun Throwing it off ho shoutod comfort associating with tho daughters Upon mo word I ejaculated tho cor- Â¬ whinh wns lirokcu by Mr Slacl Shell I give yer lovo tor Hats when to uscostinuedJ of refined pooplo had mado a groat poral evidently muoh iutorestod I see him Now the furnlturo ap Â¬ ReokQii sho wnr up ter Bomopn Miss Baggs was trying to make the chango in hot If the rag carpets Borne folks will think that Dr Bells Aud What makes yo think bo boy believe ho was mistaken or that ho peared dilapidated disappoint Ratlgan olmnged his position iu his sad Pine Tar Honey is no better than the taw her disembodied spirit her effort rough Indeed thoro was a common cough remodles untl they try failed signally at this point A peal of mout about sweet home that sho had dle uneasily Waal whon we una met hor- luppreseed laughter came back on the not expected Nevertheless she did not it Then they wll know for themselves aud repine over it Sho had no Oh Jakey please dont say wo una breeze to Jakey Looking after bor he sit down that its the best on earth For aala by moans of procuring anything bottor but interrupted Souri W the back of the buggy from which Haynes Cloverport Dr R sho found that sho could do a great doa Waal whon wo met her outen th Short itreamed the tattors of the top and un of patching With considerable foro reach o you uus Souri gavo a despair Â¬ II McMullIn McDanlfllsM Meyer der it Bob Loos four legs mingled in cheap inextricable confusion doing tome of thought she had brought onio her ing look but said nothing she talkod Co Bunts Geo Hoysor Constantino material of different kinds with pearf nuni u B10 knowed mo too bnt Ai Tajleri Rottaj Drury Baaett tbelr best work from the uorh and this sho used to the when sho passed me ou th road tother Co BWy vjle Ky W E Brqa Irv oa no good She um haint beat She made noat valance day uoth o th Union army she only iagionKy Juo V NIctakv Garfield aid Jakey to himself oa he gavo Tom a boat advautio for tho bod oushloua for her mother tared at me through Iter goggle eyea u Ky5 A K MofriaJMgag JCysomepn Reokoa ibei up didnt say uothln nohow Jakey rod os musing upon Mies rooking chair scarfs for tho bureausAnd what do ye MtpfXM that waa in faot wits yery Sum IJa bad uotioed hx klud treat a revolution iu the little she made quit Prlcat4 Cracm Baking Pow4r honte and m Jakey was ment of hie deter ujUekou aha war- in a harry bout WMtr imr WgkMt awart Utr groat anxiety va er brother fee watt lav tUqpoMdiq Â¬ JUST TErYEARS SINCt A LOIMILLE MARKET HEW - REMARKABLE HAPPENING Correctly weekly by Iumphrer Liuftr Ito dace Commlitlon Mtrehinti aloSrcond St bet Mln nd Market Loulitllle Ky Au Interesting Interview With a Prominent Commercial Traveller LOUISVILLE KY Feb 20 Ifcrt Shipper ibonld murk all paekkei plainly with ihlpperi nam and poit offlr addren BUTTER Choice enuntrr 12 II Medium Creamery - iVfl 8 10 22 V J to Jft 4 VrSiii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WM A Happy Wedding Willow Dale Meade County Ky Feb 18 Mr W F Slmmal of Scotts Station Shelby county nnd Miss Fnnuie HayneB youngest daughter of Mrs Suinn J Ilajnes of Willow Dale Meado county were married Thursdny Feb 7 at tho Wlllard Hotel iu Louisvillo by the Rev J S Ljors nt 0 p m The bride is considered one of the prettiest and most accomplished young ladles of this vicinity ho is as beautiful of character as of form and feature nud is possessed of u sweet nnd nraiablo dispo Â¬ sition which has won for hor so many true nnd lasting ri nds Mr Sim ral I is nn intelligent enterprising merchant of Scotts Station They were nccompanled by the brides brother Mr W C Hnynis Afterspendingn few days in the city tho party left for Scotts Station where n reception was given nt the handsome residence of the grooms mother We extend ourcongratulntions May jour lives dar Fannie bo one day of light sunshine awl peace is tho Bin cere v Ish of the writer for you both TO Offer a Kemeay Which Used as Directed And Child Insures Safety to une oi Mother - MOTHERS Robs FRIEND and confinement of lis Pain Horror disk as nanj testify My wife used only two bottles She was easily and quickly relieved is now doing splendidly J S MORTON Harlow II Bent by N C Tho riowfgilhireron hts dally search for items of interest often comes across happenings of unoro than passing note It wns during a recent conversion with Mr A HCransby the well known com tuiiclal traveller with tho Cochran Lumber Company that a reporter of the Commercial learned of a wonderful caso Mr Cransby is well known In Memphis nnd surrounding country and now re tl lea nt 168 Kerr fctreet Just ton ytnrs ago aald he my wife noticed n small lump in her breast She thought nothing of it but it increas Â¬ ed in size rapidly nnd toon broke th ough tho skin nnd commenced to discharge She wns put under treatment of tho best pli6iciaiiR but they very soon found thn they could do her no good and sim Â¬ ply prescribed antiseptics to keip tho pin clean Both her grandmother and nunt by tho wny had died with cancer and wh n apprised of this fact the doc torn told mo that they would not attempt to save her that sho wns incurnblo Although the cancer had by this time b ome deep seated nnd her health very lou I had of the most noted specialists of New York to treat her After treat- Â¬ ing her awhile this doctor admitted that the enso was hopeless nnd further treat Â¬ ment u si less It is difficult to imagine 1 ow despondent wo nllbicame knowing that sho must die nnd unable to give hor nnv relief I hnd spent over five hundred dollars with the btst medical skill to be had and felt that thero was no further hope Ono day I happened to rend an ad- Â¬ vertisement of S S S ncommendiug that remedy for cancer and in view of the failure of tho most ominent physic- Â¬ ians intho country I confess I had littlo How- Â¬ faith left in any human agency ever I purchased a bottle of S S S and to my delight it seemed to benefit her after fclm hal taken n couple of bottUs tin cane r b gan to heal and nstonish ing s it mny Bcem a few bottes more cun d ln r entl ely You can probably be It r understand how remarkable this cur un uhen I explain that the can Â¬ cer had eab n two holes in tho breast two inch b de p These heaed up en Â¬ tire y nud nlthough ten years havo ohtimed not a sign of tho dienfo lias evt returned nnd we aro a sun d of the p rnaneucn Of the cure which we at fiti doubt d i certainly regard S S S as tho most WJoderful nraedy in tho word and it is tru y n God 8nd to those ufll cted with tlii i terrible disease Yes sir ho con clu ted you may bo sure that I shall itlniyshe grateful to that remedy for witiiout it my home would now be deso-hit- -i nnd my children motherless Memphis IVnn Commercinl Â¬ ProKb BKAN8 hand picked Nary Old or Common and colored FEATHERS irlme white gooec Michigan ndlaoa 1 1 to 22 4 76 to 2 00 On to 1 20 35 Mixed Old Mo 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Orvlllo Gregory went to Brandenburg Saturday Henry Ballinnn found a pocktt book last week Mrs Geo Boyd returned from Hhwcb MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free villo Sunday from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Tho Vests are tho leaders In garden ao YEARS THE STANDARD Becds for 1695 John Slaton of Itoselta was in tho Notice to Subscribers The date on thn libel Indicates the time to city Thursday which your subscription Is paid This serves both as a receipt n expiration notice every Garden seed grass seed and ga den week Kxainlre the date printed after vour tools Sulzors namr on the margin ofthls paper and see If It Is correct If not correct please to let us know If Till Groves was home from Indianayour time has expired please rtnewatonce polis last week Breckenridge News Charles Gallsgan came up from Can nellon Sunday WEDNESDAY FEBHUAItY 27 1895 Miss A F Tlnius of Holt went to Owensboro yesterday LOOAL BREVITIES It N Miller County Attorney Har dinsburg is in the city I3nt begins to day Geo Boyd and Stevo Hall returned Seed potatoes nt Vests from Loulsvillo yesterday Cross tie mens outQts Suzers Ed A Tousey was n passenger on the Tlio council meets next Monday night west bound train Tuesdoy Mrs William Taul is fpfiidlng the Fresh southern vegetables Sul7rs Jtike Pophamwent to Oiendeano last week with Mrs Alf Odlz Miss Veva Miller is visiting Mr and week R F Warflold Louisville was here Mrs L L Smith Oncnsboro Friday Itev S G Shelly will preach at Holt Furc sweet apple elder at the City next Sunday at 11 a m here at 7 p ru Bakery Rev S G Shelly writes from Morgan 0 V Moorman went to louisvlllo field that he is having a good meeting at last week that place Tlios lrcscott has finished his houso Mrs James Mattingly left Wednesday for New Orleans to join her husband ontbjghlil Clover herds grass timothy bluo who is located there grass Vest Prayer meeting at the Elm street Spring is dawning natch for Vests Methodist church Thursday night con- Â¬ ducted by Mr John Burn spring opening Mrs S S Watkins aud children went Mrs 0 E Lightfoot wi nt to Green to Ashville N C last week to sec her river last Thursday Elegant and stylish hats just in from sister Mrs Miller who is sick Very often you save money by buying the hatter Suliwrs This is one of ahead of the season Â¬ JudgeGregory holds his regular month those times in carpets Suzers ly court next Monday Mrs C D Temple leaves next week A J Brooks of the Marberry Lumber for Greenville Miss to spend the spring Co Alabama was in town last week with her undo who is in bad health Nnco Lewis went to St Louis last week Miss Ditto Is expected this week to looking after machinery for the 1lanlng visit her sister Mrs J D Babbage Her Mill father Mr Franklin Ditto is also ex Â¬ James Buckeby came home Tuesday pected with rheumatism lie is at Mrs Fied Feeders and stock cattle are in good Mays demand on tho Louisville market at last Mrs John V Jurboe Jr was visiting weeks prices Hogs best packers 115 her brother Mr Alt Oelze aud wife to 110 Monday Miss Lizzie Redman and Miss Lena Mr Geo Grote of Cleveland 0paft Van Meter returned to Glendalo last cd through town Sunday enrouto to Wednesday They had been vibiting Owensboro Mr and Mrs W O Allen When you clean houso come to us we Mr D Hambleton his moved his are headquarters for house cVaning out household eoods into G W Shorts tits Sulzers- vacant store house Dr Hambleton has Toll will now waut a nice drss shoe taken rooms at the Nappcr House for spring wear We have just what you John Lasly Henry Dayenport and Jess want Sulzjrs Dellaven were before Judgo Gregory Jk The Louisville Daily Post and the yesterday charged with breaking into BrtKCKENKiDQE News one year for 12 75 J W Bates saloon- - The trial wob post- Â¬ post paid to any address poned until to day at 8 oclock There will be a lecture at the Catholic Jim Houston Miller and Miss Bessie Sub Â¬ Hendrick Hardinsburg boarded the church this evening at 7 oclock ject Why I am a Catholic train here yesterday for Cannelton to The horso sale brought a good many get married Grude Hendrick a brother people to town last Saturday The sale of the young lady accompanied them will bo continued to morrow Mr M S Whltford and family left C Bono Pate went to Owensboro yes Sunday for London Eng They will terday to buy a stock of groceries He sallon the Steamer Paris from New U opening a store at Balltown York to day Their many friends in Nace Lewis was distributing an A P this city wish them a safe and pleasant A pamdhlet in town last week showing trip The American Employers Liability the Catholic side of the question John F Beavln sold to Tlios McGav Association New York has gone into Tho policy holders it is ock Monday a three year old steer liquidation claimed are safe We understand there weighing 1405 pounds at i cents good many policy holders In this Miss Lafayitte La Heist who has been are a Conservatory of county attending tho Boston The Owensboro Messenger says Music returned home Monday night Though tho appointment has not been It K Smith OweLBboro and Len oillclal sources it is Walker Henderson were here Monday announced through stated on good authority that Mr P C in the interest of the Amt rlcan Tobacco Brash tar has been appointed h Btore Co keeper by Collector Powers Mr Bra Joseph Weiseubtrger who has been shear Is learning the duties of the posi- Â¬ visiting his brother John for several tion at the Hanning distillery prior to weeks returned to his home in Illinois taking an assignment Thursday Have yon Ilenewed your Subset l Itev Mr Overstreet was in town Mon Â¬ day shaking hands with old friends Ho tion lor 1803 is here in the Interest of the new Piesby A Fool In Spots terian church By Hallie Ermlulo Rives is a novel fresh What have Catholics done for Ameri Â¬ of which are ca will be the subjret of Itev Niehaus from tho press the scenes second lecture at tho Catholic church laid in New York City and the blueÂ¬ The authorgrass r gion of Kentucky March 0 7 p m ess is herself a Kentucky girl and a of Obituary notices and resolutions cousin to Amelia Rives Ghanler and in respect inserted at 5 cents a lino Par Â¬ laying the scenes of her novel in Ken- Â¬ pleaso ties sending in these notices will tucky and New York City she furnishes bear this in mind an opportunity for the free play of her Geo Dowdcn accompanied by his rare descriptive powers There is not daughter Miss Ella came down last an uninteresting line bttweon tho covers Thursday to visit relatives George is ip ot his book The Irapasstouod language bad jieslth and has been or sometime tho hold terse and spicy conversation All the machinery at Pattons pant is and the rapidly succeeding incidonts Wing overhauled and put in order for an through which Cherokee Bell the Ken Â¬ early start in tho cpring A now 100 tucky heroine hhows herself A Fool in Large power boiler Is being put in to in Spots in her experiences In New York crease the drying capacity society but from all its temptations and Israel Holder has forty three young snares emerges a pure rornan hold tho ehlekeas hatched in an incubator yester Â¬ trie readers attention fioia beginning to day He says they are Hoe stout end Miss Rives displays rare talent as healthy chickens and will be ready for a novelist aad bids fair to becomo as market n six weeks He has two U popular as Iter well known cousin WoonyMBD Tiebkan St Louis eulMtOM capacity 300 each For sale by all dealers Â¬ Hotert Nicholas neat house was burn ed last Wednesday It caught fiom a SalMHOfi WanTi Are wade to smoke the meat Nearly Good wges to sell our nursery stock We will have for Apply twe terms refthig Id the house was saved a chest of tools belonging to Toaey Spring and fall 1103 an Immense stock This is the secosd fire Mr of apple pear peach plum Apricot Nichols JflciioU has bad thU winter Also small fruits sherry Kapi tte Mies Kate 0U shy entertained a party shade asd ornamental trees roses ste wkolssalina of little girts to dinner last Saturday In Ws wake a specialty of W will sel to f Marline Wbttford large pUitWre dirsot tak note payable honor of little Miss responsible paroles and Those present were Ell snd Jauls 1m lv f miilva ojuI alahtiien unutlia Writs us lor wholesale pricss Address Smith Addle Louise JtabtaPi Jennie SoDTaltUU NtfasMV Co and Mabsl Harris Margaret Moomaii Wlnstoater Tlao May Wiley OWsby Qprafe Alton nd Â¬ Â¬ ex-fi-- pt BAKING Plant shadb trees now Noilhern eced ontsVtt Hal C Murray is quite sick Hulk garden seeds at Vcbts Tho pay train camo in last night Jossc Owen was at homo last wiek Sprint clothing como to ni Siitzi rV For sweet mixed pickles go to the City Bakery BIcjclo repairs lamps and bells glendeaNe Mr Ferd Oaon was In town Saturday JetTOneu spent niOBt of last week In TT V dRoyLAtft nesday shopping f ruf1 aW niLJlJLl 1SLLIJIIILL J Â¬ lLJJISUllJLILLlll -- - In In Peace Prepare JPqV In February Prepare For Spring House Cleaning BEWLEYVILLE Tho brotraclcd meeting closed Sunday iilglil Feb lrtli All lhe preachers left for their homes Monday Mrs Florchbo Ailbti was in towri Wed Louisville Dr Dempsttr Rock Vale Is going to move to Ulondoano Miss LIHIe Cooper of Ruth attended Dick Dowell Jr of Ekron was lu our midst last week Wo enjoyed tt sermon on last Sunday by Rev A R Wlllelt Sulms church hero Sunday Chicken pox kept some of the children out of school last week County Attorney Miller and Squire Lake held court hero Wednesday They say that Miss Bessie Moor nan is going to Henryvlllo in a sho t time School children had a half holiday Friday Washingtons birthday you know Komo Hardlnhburg colored showmen gavu an exhibition hero Saturday night in legerdemain ventriloquism etc Mr J T F Owen and family wish to express their thanks to all those who so kindly assisted them after tho burn- Â¬ ing of their home On account of cold and an impaired voice tho Rev Phillips preached bore but two nights last week He promises to r turn soon and stay for two or three weeks Charley man Is a Jovely pronunci- Â¬ ation for Charlomangc and Its lovllness Is ten times doubly so when spoken by a certain one of our girls of tho school marm persuasion Bob McGuflin was hero Saturday He tells us that this Is one of the beBt busi- Â¬ ness points on tho road We knew it but had rather let people say good things for our town than to bo too complimen tary about it ourselves Uncle Billy Hanksfrora Stephensport was here last week on his way to Ohio Ho is nlnoty two years of ago and as sprightly as a kitten Ho can walk the speed of youth and a tramp of four or five miles is only good exercise for him Jack Williams and wife colored were taken to Hardinsburg and lodged in jail Friday night Thoy are charged with brutally beating an orphan girl who lived with them The girl died Thurs Â¬ day and their inhuman treatment at least hastened her death Seems like from Dave Murrays chat in Saturdays Courier Journal our Re- Â¬ publican friends must be howlingly hungry for otflco and honor when a dozen of em already have expressed themselves as anxious to be elected to the General Assembly Well thoy think our ollices all belong to them for n whilo and it will be interesting to watch the scrambling Meanwhile let the Democrats keep cool select a good man unite and eend him to Frankfort next winter It can bo done With the proceeds from the concert last fall the Go3hen church has pur-Â¬ chased a library of about 1500 volumes Its a genuine pleasure to Bee how many volumes go out each week and to know that our young people are reading them too The selection of books is an un- Â¬ usually good one and varied enough to suit every body from the tots up to their grand parents For the children I find among many others the choicest of Louisa May Alcotts faultless works If anybody can read An Old Fashioned Girl without resolving to make more sunshine in tho world he must be a queer compound whom no amount of gentle persuasion can move to good re Â¬ Knott Payne of Ekron wai tho guest of Wilbur Wlllett Sunday Mr Wm Sanders of Brandenburg was In our vicinity last week Rev D F Shacklett preached at Mill Creek lost Saturday and Sunday Mr Emmett Williams of Flaherty was In our neighborhood Sunday Ono of our girls Is nl ways glad to sec that elaborate mustache coming Dr Wlllett and family of Ekron vis ited in Groveland Saturday and Sunday Prof E T Hickerson of near Ekron attended church at Buck Grovo Sunday Chas Shacklette of Milan was tho guest of Bro Willetts family Sunday night Prof E Courtney of Ekron was in Groveland ono day this week drumming Mrs J D Jones and daughter Miss Eula havo been on tho sick list for tho past week Aldrick Shacklett of near Ekron was the guest of his uncle Rev D T Shack Â¬ lett this week Mr James Haynes of Rock Ridge spent Mondaywlth Revs J C Wlllett and A R Wlllett Mrs C Miles and grand daughters of mar Rock Haven visited Mr Gus Bruner last Wednesday Mr Ben Carrico Sr aud wifo went to Muldraugh last Monday to visit their daughter Mrs David Henry Mr and Mrs Jasper Thomas of near Garnettsville passed through our town on their way to Brandenburg last week Gene Smith and sister Miss Mr Rena of Stony Point were tho guests of Misses Lulu and Lena Wlllett Sunday Several in our town wero tho happy recipients of handsome valentines while some of us boys wero forgotten entirely A R Wlllett wife baby and sister Lena spent Monday night and Tuesday in Ekron euesl of Dr Wlllett and family Miss Rose Allen who is attending tho Ekron Normal returned homo Friday night to attend church on Saturday and Sunday Mr Press Peer who has been visting Andrew Carrico for the past three weeks returned to his homo in Jericho Mo this week Rev A R Wlllett wife and little daughter Waude Waunito of Harris burg III wero tho guests of their par Â¬ ents last week Miss Mollie Reesor of Gamettovillo accompanied by Miss Lula and Clint Crutcher of Garrett attended services at Buck Grovo Sunday What seems to havo caused so much attraction nt 0 D Richardsous for the past week Shcrrideu Lindsay tho lit- Â¬ tle son of Mc II and Katie Riehardson On last Wednesday evening deaths icy finger snapped the tender cord of life from the little infant of Elvico Wimp Ho was burled at Buck Giove cemetery on Feb 21st at 2 p m Â¬ Epworth League devotional meeting Tuesday evening Tho Womans Missionary society Wed nesday afternoon consisted of only threo girls Lena Drury Mary Blanford and Tiint tvna Ulinf wn Ultrn ftntnfv Florence Catu Blessings on them I one day last weok Tho whole forco Wallace Duucan is stopping n while vtiui oiTitunig uruBiiee niujin diuuuib and Sal Soda and Red Seal Lyo wero with Frank Morton hard at work How we mado tho C II Drury spent Saturday and Sun- Â¬ dirt fly how our tools did tho work day in Brandenburg They are just tlio kind you will need when you begin your houso clean- Â¬ Hunter Hardaway and Fletcher Blan Â¬ ing Of course you will want to biighton up your house tho long winter ford aro on tho sick list left lots of eyo sores Let us see what wo havo to help you out Misses Mary McCoy and Maudo Smith of Garfiold visited Mrs Tom McCoy Wo have now on hand bouio pretty designs Saturday night Nothing will improvo tho looks of a room more Mrs R M Hardaway left for her than a bright now Carpet Selections made now insures you first pick home Nashville III Wednesduy besides you get tho benefit of tho prices for wo must reduce our slock Miss Mary Snyder bus been off on a visit to her brother In Louisville a cou They make a room look cool ple of weeks Wo beg her pardon for IE They make one and airy not nfaking a noto of the fact sooner feel comfort like gives tlio room a refined look Wo have somo real pretty designs Como In and perhaps you will find a pair to Buit you Miss Lucy Clarkson who has been If you have no lace curtain stretcher and need a pair for washing your visiting tho family of Mr Blanford re Â¬ own curtains wo havo them turned homo Wednesday Misses Mary and Veva Paul Lena Brighten up your walls Drury Florence and Bevlo Cain Philip with pretty pictures We Cain and Charllo Drury diued witli Mrs have Borne nice ones If you have a picture you need framed bring it to 7 T Stlth Thursday us Wo have a lot of moulding on hand and aro working it up cheap W II Cain and T J Jolly visited friends in Meado County Thursday Make homo beautiful by Theso gentlemen tako kindly good cheer Pretty your own hands with them and all spent a pleasant day designs stamped all ready for you to work and wo havo tho Floss all colors to work with Misses Mary and Veva Paul have been visiting among their friends in our vicin ity all tho week The young ladles are pleasant and we like to have them come You will need several things for that business Lets Bee you will We regret very much to hear of the need a Feather Duster and a Dust Pan Tacks to put down tho Carpet death of Dr Giles Cain of Texas which also a Hammer Everything must bo mado clean Youll need Sal occured a few weeks ago Dr Cain was Soda or Red Seal Lye Mops Brushes and Brooms to remove the dirt formerly of this place and was a brother Bon Ami to clean tho windows and when you need them come to us of W II Cain Sr Early in life he m wo have them all made Texas his homo and there prac- Â¬ ticed his profession up to the time of his D death We would liko very much to know ftj whether the Dr Huffs Pellville at W J C NOLTE Assignee whoso houso Miss Laura Burdetto and A Crowe were married is the same man who went to Kansas in fall of 82 stop Â¬ ping awhllo in Chanuto and then set- Â¬ tling at Piqua Both Valentines day and Washing- Â¬ IMtOPIUKTOUS tons birth day have lately slipped by us They aro worthy of much ndo but caus- Â¬ ed but littlo excitement among us I believe some children grew hilarous over somo firo crackers EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use I read in a paper to night that the mo io nao main latest fad In Boston is kindness Now OTTTQ7TT T T TTV X is uimi a this is a f lshion worthy a largo following wo are reminded of a little song and The licit Shoes wo learned long years ago in which wo Â¬ tVWWWWlAV War CARPETS Â¬ LACE CURTAINS PICTURE FRAMES STAMPED GOODS Â¬ CLEANING HOUSE OUTFITS SULZERS st Senn Ackermann Brewing t Co MAIN STREET BREWERY jHLwi tiiiiiiom Y find that lor the Least Money Little deeds of kindness little words of love Male our earth an lidtn like to Heaven above W L DOUGLAS A KING Wo cougratuate the News on its suc- Â¬ cessful venture at a lawsuit Mr Jolly successfully confirmed tho opinion wo Solves GUSTON Mrs J R Baskett Is convalescent Prof Allen Stlth made a flying trip to Irvington Friday Miss Emily kunford returned from Louisville Thursday Miss Sallie Baskett of Irvington is visiting J R Basketts family Bro Overstreet and Carl Kagin wero guests of R J Putteson Sunday Mrs J Carden who has been visiting at Fordsyille returned Thursday Henry Cain Sr was the guest of his daughter Mrs L W Adkisson Sunday Little Max Smith who has been sick with the whooping cough is now able to be out Mrs Geo HAuderson ot Haysville was the guest of Miss Itose Morris Fri Â¬ day afternoon MlssMaudo Osborne who bos been visiting In Louisville for Boverul months returned home Thursday J R Patteson who has been some what indisposed for several weeks is improving we are glad to announce Our merchant Geo J Neil who has been confined to his bed with la grippo for the past week is now ablo to sit up J It Baskett and Kyle Adkisson have secured positions with the coal fleet at Brandenburg en route for New Orleans Mrs Florence Hawkins of Breckon ridge county near Hardinsburg is visit- Â¬ ing her parents Mr and Mrs B A Haulaway Mr and Mrs Sylvester Le Grand and little daughter of Weklon who have been visiting relatives hero returned home Saturday Misses Eliza Yewell of Owonsboro and Clara Adkisson and Messrs Hugh Hardaway and Geo Lyddan wero guests of Miss Eva Carrigsn Sunday Feb 17 The rruftlcaleat J G Andersons was a noted feature of the week Quite a variety of instruments gave fertlf sweet strains of music which together with some good voices made aa unusual nice entertainment Mrs L W Adkisson aad daughter Miss Clara Mrs A B Pollock and Miss Helen Pollock Dr Baxter wife and lit- Â¬ tle Elata and Mrs Belvia Miller were guests of T E Cumliflr wile and sister Miss Mollle Jarboe of Lebanon Ky Friday avening Coek A Mender took charge of the 7uatR Hokl Wedttssday The termer proprietor O 0 Smith s moved into Uta WelMirdsoti property for a short whlls lie will soon inks charts of th hotel at ItvinftoB formsriy nresidsd ovfrbyChas Hslt Lnui has Wu n our otldst for seysraj years sod w r ftci to loss fcta -- Lovely bale how brief thy sUy bhort and lusty was thy day Kndlng soon thy journey here lalo and grief no more to bear Hard It Is from thee to part How It rends lhe aching heart Hut an heir of glorys gone Let the will of God be done We aro so glad to see this pretty weath Â¬ er it reminds us of those sunny spring days wo aro going to have In the sweet We havo most heartily bye and bye enjoyed a cold white winter and think before the ground hogs forecast will have expired each of us will be prepared to enjoy some of Februarys mud Marchs Tho way to euro a cough is to stop tho winds Aprils showers or a pleasant day for ji change then all will be coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Juno cuts loose tho mucous heals tho lungs calm and lovely and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip A first class hotel situated on First Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old cough in one night For salo by Short street between High and Itivor in this city living at 018 Monroe street Paducah R II McMul HaynesCloverport Dr Ky Bay8tliat Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Hn McDanlels M Meyer Co Buras It is convenient to depot and lunding Has is the best grip cure cough lung and Geo Hoyser Constantino A Taylor Will twenty six rooms all in good repair bronchial remedy that has been offered Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Uewley sell cheap for cash tor on easy payments to the people during her life Guaran- Â¬ villo Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKyj Also a River Bottom Farm situated in teed and sold by Short Haynos Clover Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R M Holts Bottom It contains 150 acres of port DrRHMcMullinMcDanlels Morris Big Spring Ky Meyer Co Burns Goo Hoyser Con Â¬ good rjver bottom land It produces well stantly j A Taylor Rosetta Drury Ben- Â¬ Improvements nnd is under go d fence GARRETT nett ctCo Bowleyvlllo W E Brown a good barn no dwolling two good cisterns Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Gar- Â¬ and threo never failing springs a doublo D W Burch went to Brandenburg field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky last Saturday corn crib I want to sell this farm and 100000 for Kentnckians Miss Eva Buckler went to Garnetts- Â¬ will give the buyer a good bargain Washington Feb 21 The bill ville Thursday Terms cash or easy payments If you which Congressman Moses put through Mr Tom Hamilton of Brandenburg want a good farm call and sco mo or write yesterday increasing all Mexican and was hero Friday Indian war pensions from 8 to 12 a Mr Emmett the grocery drummer month takes over a million dollars ad t was hero Wednesday to pensioners of this ditional per annum John Funk went to seo his sister Mrs class of which five sixths goes to the old Â¬ CLOVEHFOUT KY Southern States Tw o hundred thou- Â¬ John Hunger last Sunday est Mr J G Shacklett epeut Wednesday sand goes to Georgia ono hundred thou Â¬ sand to Tennessee and about tho earao with his son Rod of this place to Kentucky John Blair of Stlthton was hero Fri Â¬ STALLION TO FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE day the guest of his brother Joe The Stranjrer Socl Dam a Jee Drcnnon S Will years old 16 hands high blood bar and very Severol Mules ami one Draught Horse Emmett Williams of Flaherty spent sell cheap for cash or on time or will trade for stylish Ciocs nil the K sites and gentle disposed catla or hogs I his stock Is in ood condition None but reliable parties need apply Sunday the guest of J O Crutcher For further Information call on or address UW blllTII Ky Giltlon USIHTiAN the formula for making Scotts Rev J 0 Wlllett and wfe of Grove Irvlimton Ky Emulsion has been endorsed by land spent Thursday with Mrs Crutch Â¬ physiciansof thewholeworld No er and family iOR RENT secret about it This is one of its D W Burchs school taught at Hill A rood farm midway between llawesvllle strongest endorsements But the Grove closed last Friday and he entored amlClioerpoit Will furmtli ever thlni or will strongest endorsement possible is Ekron school Monday Address take part or the crop JHFlEHSON UICIIKV In the vital strength it gives Cloveiport Ky Mr Davo Henry ot Muldraugh passed AND through here Friday enrouto for Bew leyville with somo mules OUR MOTTO Miss Mollle Reesortrom near GarnettsWe sell 30 lbs ot N O Sugar for ONE ville spent last Saturday and Sunday WO also have la stock Kino dollar with Mrs Crutchcrs family oclock Waehin Tea bavcs soap aad la Henry Peak gave the young people a lxr t boats a washing machine try it nourishes It does more for weak HARDINSIURQ KY Try our Jellies Rolled Oats ami Caned party last Monday Several attended Babies and Growing Children We koep the best Rio Coflee Will practice in all the Courts In tho Goods than any other kind of nourish- Â¬ from here and all report a fine time lrico our Dry Uoods Nottou Shirts County and surrounding District Weak ment It strengthens J 0 Crutcher sisters aud Miss Mol- Â¬ Punts Hats Hardware TiawNfe Kte Examine our HOOTS and SHOWS Mothers and rsstores health Nto lle Reesor attended the closing exercises We do our custowww to plsaso all suffering from Emaciation at the Slack Jack school last Saturday Fmlr Tests aud wewsucceed wl Kk us Tho and General Debility p aad you Try itlrArvW mm hiking tawthr aVsn ra Fsr CssgKi GsMs Yours Truly kHkWsak LuacConsiima4iMMso Cry for In hav am jMff rs C W STOKE plsvuMs and Loss of Ftsafc mmlmgpowrm Mm Jftv hMMwmNV mBmssMs MiuUft 40UYKY held at tho time the communications mWh enual custom shoes In stvle nnd fit were published This is indeed an uni- Â¬ wearing qualities aro unsurpassed Tho aro stamped on sole Y3 Their prices ion uniformover other makes que case It seldom happens that a ce rrom si saved ie4ssYrm w2 uyour dealer cannot supply jou we can lawyer attempts to win a case by claim Â¬ 50 CorJovnn French ing that all the good things said about NSSJ- 3K- II IV IUHIUUI his client wero false Police Shoes 3 solas 2zmSmfy CjBBV S2GO and JS2 wottlngmens iiss Several of our folks went off to Hill Bovf School Shoei 3 Grovo Sunday to hear Bro Judson Wll- Â¬ t4tnc9jefic kauio hi iv faVi your lett give his pros and cons on Sanctlfica iryou dealer cannot supply TillC IC Tire vk write or catalogue amjnu ioauc T1---tlon Our minlstera would do well we -W L Douglas Srfrw 0 TOfe r -- r think to givo themselves to reproving v llrockton Mass sin Let anybody be righteous who will it is tho evil that is in tho world they Bhould fight Sunday services Feb 2tth wero flret C M McGLOTHLAN Union Star Ky Ky Sabbath school then preaching by Rev S L SULZER Clovorport Georgo Morris whose text was Gon 1 17 League meeting in tho afternoon We have some zealous Christian workers in our midst and our meetings are gen Â¬ erally well attended Golden Rod K SB ziL zm H Slvl JKJ KIT sAJ mj fib XHfc via Over Ono Million People wear tho W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos All our abocn nrn cqunllr atlarntory They rIto the best value tor the money They 3CMJffEL FIT FOR XfL S5S4S3 S350 sw jjectco m 3aSl0 iu -- fAVfrf For xiotei Sale Mrs Mary J Miller FOR 20 YEARS Cheap Gash Store Low Prices 5cotts mul n Â¬ R NMiller Correct Weight Full Measure ATTORNEY at LAW j JS Ttt Worlds bt or Children tltohrs OastorUu gft jwjdwWjWPWMPWflHBWTWWIywilJ fflipilBlHdiHiiinlMMllWiP minium iiii iWWiWili m iW mwtmM 6 THE BREIOKKNRIDGE Highest of all in Leavening Tower Latest Dnl m US Govt Report NRS WHY OLOYRRPORT K3 STAYED Teachers Aisooiation Tho teachers of tho 1st Ctli mid ith Magisterial Districts met in joint asso Â¬ ciation at West View Saturday Feb 2 1805 L ABSOLUTELY Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 271805 OLD CHATTERBOX Baking awsssa Powder PURE through ages thoy squirm like fretted fishes jerked from tho calm delight of a placid pool Tho sewers of hell aro flushed with patent medicines Wallow- Â¬ ing in this stream of mysteriousdecoctlon aro tho souls of tho quack doctors gulp- Â¬ ing their own poison to add to the pun Â¬ ishment unceasing showers of largo pills descend the doctors frantically beating tho air in their endeavors to ward off tlio bitter storm In tho latter stages of his weird journey ho had begun to grow weary of darknem He now pined for the light of tho upper world A strong hand clutched him by the coat collar thero was a convulsive jerk and ho awoke Tho Discovery Saved His Lira Mr G Callloucttc Druggist Reavcra To Dr Kings New villclll says Discovery I owo my life Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physi Â¬ cians for miles about but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live Having Dr Kings New Discovery in my storo I sent for a bottle and began its uso and from tho first dose began to get better and after using three bottles was up and about again It is worth its weight in gold AVo wont keep storo or Get a free trial at A house without it BENJAMIN 4f Supt Driskell In tho chair Milton Coke appointed secretary OiBNIMI EXERCISES Among tlio long list of gifts I received last Christmas I wish to mention and givo a synopsis of tho contonts of pno ol them This was a little red covered I dont book title Hell Up to Date know whether it was a warning or not It describes the infernal regions and tho It seems that in a inhabitants thereof dream one Mr Drant explored this hot place tho only one who has had tho courage to do so since tho famous trip of Mr Dante It will bo remembered that this Italian visited this world of fire many hundred years ago with the poet Virgil for his guide Mr Drant had been reading Dantes After reading Canto after Inferno Canto ho leaned back and began to muse He first entered Mr Satans pri- Â¬ vate office and with an attempt at brav- Â¬ Ho asked Howdy Sate ado said him to tako a seat on a lump of ice and ho would attend to his case in a minute From the back window of lib office ho gazed down on a sweeping view of hell These fel- Â¬ He first noticed the editors lows who tako an awlul satisfaction in rejecting manuscripts were piled in hug red hot waste baskets and those who swear falsely in regard to tho cir- Â¬ culation of their papers Also thoso editors who never credit stolen matter Democratic and Republican editors nro thrown together regardless of politics Free traders rub elbows with protection- ists o wonder says he that these baskets of human kind heave and toss with tho wild animation that pervades a can of angle worm bait Â¬ R Fishers drug store California Banning Cai Feb 0 1805 EniTon As I ha vo had numerous ques- Â¬ News tions asked me in regard to Calfornia if you will allow me space in your paper I will answer all at once Fruit growing is tho principle Industry of Southern Banning is situated in the California Sangigonio Pass between Grayback and Sanjacinto Mountains and about 100 miles from tho sea coast and is in tho midst of tho fruit growing belt Apri- Â¬ cots prunes peaches pears apples olives nectarines plums cherries and almonds all grow to perfection and yield a handsome profit Apricots and peaches will bear in three years and pay from S0 to 150 per acre Prunes bear in five years and will pay This will from 150 to -- 00 per acres seem quite a largo yield for some but I have worked in fruit sinco I havo been in California and have seen for myself a prune orchard of ten acres this fall yield ten ton per acre of green prunes and brought one cent per pound and netted 2000 Land costs with water and everything is dono by irrigation from 580 to 110 per acre water piped to tho land ready for use Grain land can be bought from 12 to 0 per aero without water Ban ning is given up by physicians to bo ono of tho healthiest in California and I know of no place where a man with two or three thousand dollars to invest can do better than hero and I have beon over a good portion of Southern California Wishing tho News success I re- Â¬ main yours truly Euoexe ROIIKIITSON Â¬ Â¬ Reading of 85th psalm and prayer by Rev F R Roberts Song Joy to tho World by tho West View choir Welcome address by Sam Pate Mr Pate welcomed the teachers and visitors in a neat llttlo talk in which he rufer ed to tho work of tho tenchonj parents nnd pupils and the relation that each sustain- Â¬ ed to tho common school work A paper by Miss Cora Response Matthews Miss Matthews made somo good points among which wero tho pre- Â¬ paration of the ttachers nnd co operation of parents nnd pupils Song by choir Resting at tho Cross Owing to the the absence of J C Das ham and J II Pilo tho tubjcU of Phy Â¬ siology and Nature nnd uso of Methods the next subjects on the program wero deferred until the afternoon Tho True Teacher A S J Hall dis- Â¬ Mr Hall cussed this question at length spoko of the common sense education preparation of tho teacher His power to teach and detect and also teachers love and sympathy for tho work and tho pupils moral influence t tc Music by choir The old church Tow- Â¬ er Benefits derived from the Common Discussed by G II Hall Mr School Hall referred to tho common school as n Echool where tho children of all may re- Â¬ ceive instruction and all children bo associates together in ono common cause and on ono common level subj- - ct further discussed by M Coke Music Happy Zion Relation between tho mind to bo train Â¬ This ed and the subject to be taught subject was omitted on the account of the absence of Prof Shacklelt who was to discuss tho question Value The next subject was called W and importance of Aiithemctic A Sklllman being absent tho subject was discussed by Geo Hall nnd M Â¬ Ho was a dapper llttlo man all In love but your heart gocth after your brown brown suit brown eyes brown covetousnesH as saltli tho prophet hair brown face and was speeding along Ezukial When will thesn things end at n inpld rate toward Now York with a When will thoso who call themselves by number of fellow travoleis Occasionally my name have my spirit O my peo Â¬ ho laid aside Ills gold glasses and took a ple unless you havo my spirit jou nro survey of tho coach his paper evidently nono of mine As tho Father has sent not interesting him and ho finally threw nic so send I j on To what Did tho it down nnd settled himself for a nap Father send mo to a life of ease of self which lasted until the cars camo to a indulgence to tho gratification of cvory stand in the station Grasping his grip whim Is this tholifo Dived among you The department set nsido for lawyers Mr Satan was is full to overflowing compelled to add an annex to tho rear department for the exclusive accommodation of legal lights Every lawyer in hell is gagged another evidenco that Mr Satan knows human character What mischief could a lawyer not do in this region if ho were not gagged Every one would go to headquarters immediately on his arrival and present a plea for a new trial or make objections More- Â¬ to the rulings of Judge Miuas over he and his colleagues would prom Â¬ ise to bail out every sinner in the place if there was anything in it Â¬ V Coke Incidental lessons for right living By Roberts who gave a good lecture bringing out some fine points on the teachers influence The effect on tho young mind danger of accidental lessons to wrong living Song By Choir Rev F R Noon Recess and umbrella calling a can into which was thrust his steamer trunk ho was soon landed at his hotel and made com- Â¬ fortable for the night giving orders that he bo called at soven tho next morning after kneeling by his bed for a very few moments ho toon found himself in the land of dreams While ho sleeps let us talk about him for ho will not waken easily Bonjamln Bland Efq Blandville N Y wo see him registered He is reputed rich in this llttlo town from which he halls That means a comfortable fifty thousand or so in bank and real estate and having only himself and wifo Lavenia to sup port ho feels himself quite well to do and his fortuno not yielding him all tho pleasure he thought It would whilo ho was laboring for it ho determined to see what could be gotten out of it by travel Lavenia would not hear to going with him Whod tako care of her chickens and pgs and young calves and tend her No indeed I cows as shod havo it done If he was foolish enough to risk his neck on the cars and tho ocean he might but shed stay at home Blandvillo was good enough for her but one thing Benjamin you must do before you leave make your will to keop them pesky law yers fiom swallowing up what littlo youve made after you aro dead and gone for I never expect to lay eyes on you again and here she bioko down and sobbed on her Benjamins shoulder Tut tut Lavenia travel nint dangerous liko it used to be but theres sense in what you say and Id rather leavo my So he sent for money where I please lawyer Sharp and was closeted with him half a day Lavenia busy about her household duties wiped a stray tear or two away occasionally glancing toward the closed parlor but upright and true in her love to herself and hi r husband sho never tried to listen to the muflUd Study my thirty threo years and seel I finished tho work Ho gave 1110 to do Have 3011 finished that 1 left you to do Almost nineteen hun Â¬ dred years have gone nnd still jou havo not miuisterrd unto me in the prison houses of sin to me In my hunger to mo in my nakedness O my people do not say when saw wo theo in prison or hun- Â¬ gry or cold 7 Know ye not nyp yo know I that I have suff red in every least one of tluou whom ye havo neglect Â¬ ed and despised Repent before it is too late before tho door is shut beforo 1 declaro I never knew you beforo you hear mo say de Â¬ part into tho hell prepared not for you sons of men but for the fallen from Heaven and his angels Turn ye Turn yo why will yodie O house of Israel I havo no pleasure in tho death of Him thatdleth It is not tho will of your Father in Heaven that ono of you per- Â¬ ish Repent and do tho first worke or else I will come unto you quickly and remove jour candle stick out of its place The voice ceased nnd such a stillness fell over tho Iiousp and Benjamin was aroused by tho hymn book falling out of his hand and looking toward the pulpit what was his amaz to find no such voice as that which had held him spell- Â¬ bound but tho Rv Praiseworthy him self giving out the last hymn Benjamin rubbed his eyes pinched himself to seo if it was really lie who sat there Ho looked about him to see if no other had A suppressed fieou and heard tho Christ smilo and twinklo in the eyo of his neighbor in the pew made him feel ho had fallen asleep and had heard another sermon than the ono tho congregation had listened to They were singing joy- Â¬ fully as if their souls hadbeen fed 1 Â¬ 0 my people wearily with only tho kitchen maid nnd for company She her tat Mnltie stood Idly by tho sun lighted window wondering how sho was to get rid of all thetlAjsand months of his absence She did not hear the gate as it swung open nor the quick Btrp up tho broad ptveinent nor tho door as it lightly turned on its hlngts nor tho noiseless step of her husband as ho came up be hind her nnd put his two hands over her nyca and drew her head back and planted kiss after kisa on her lips dho struggled and screamed but finding sho who her captor was with tears of j paid him back in his own coin whilo Maltio rubbed nnd purred about their feet in fulness of bliss The why nnd hen fore of tho return tho dream-visiotho sermon tho coming to himself clothed and in his right mind all were t ld quickly Tho blessed change the new man her Benjamin had actually be Â¬ come in his few days absenco scorned too good to bo truo nud Lavenia cried nnd laughed by turns and wondered if lie was losing his mind when ho laid a gold englo in her lap tolling her he thought she was behind iti her quarter ago a little And ho thought after resting awhile sho had better put on her bomut nnd go with him to widow Winter was coming on and Greens tho old lady would want to bo knowing where her coal and her groceries wero to We will begin this evening como from Lavenia to do somo travelling together Â¬ n SVVlvVnVVnVA In Poor triflincr means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from Health ncaiui Ifjruart greatest tnu Dont play with Natures celhiK ailments neglected te I ran Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation Malaria uvnt Itain tour atiU pleasitit lu take Itrlh nn s Iron Bll-trs A few twit ties cure benefit conies from the ery first tlose rf vurk IttrthrrnostTilta lie strengthening tiCdicinewnunis 11 mill ami generally ex liaustru te vous no n petite begin ut onceuk lac cant Its Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Bad Blood Nervous ailments Womens complaints Zionward Hero we have been living liko snails shut up in our shells and the Kings sons and daughters suffering nil about us and millions and millions of His creatures never hearing tho nnnio of Jesus Can the dear Lord over forgive Will He help us this very afternoon us to begin getting somo good out of our money which 1 was willing away the other day His money and I am just his steward and yet acting like it was all mine Id liko to seo one of my clerks taking charge of my affairs irr that shape O such a blerspd trip to the Holy Laud Ive had to see the Lord Christ I And where He is is heaven and Hes hero in this very room Lavenia and I mean to live in heaven till I go thero Amen The Lord bo praised fald Lavenia PlIUtllLA is ono thing to Wo cant prove that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is tho best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont To say something prove it is another Ret onlv the ccnulne It has crossed red Hues on the wrapper All others ate sub Â¬ stitutes On receipt of two jc stamps we will ml set o Beautiful World Flr Vlwa and book lrce lei BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD FACTS POSITIONS I GUARNTEED o not tar It can- Â¬ under reasonable conditions not be done until von send for free 120 page catalogue IiRAUGHTONS PKACT1CAL BUSINESS COLLEGE and School pf bnoit hand Typewriting and 1 elegraphv NASHVILLE TENN 4 WEEKS Iv Drantshtuns method of teaihi Inebook keeplnKls tqtial to 12 WEEKS by old method It expi ids more money in the tnte cst of Its Kmploi ent department than half tin- - business collegei in the south tade In as till Ion It is stronel ndnrsed br Hankers Merchants and radical book keepers all over the United States fteasnnable rates of tuition Cheap board 6oo students past year Open In both sexes It has representing j6 Stales and Territories also prepared books for When vou write explain sent on 6odas trial Address J F Drauqhon Prtit your wants Nashville Tenn for vacancies as book Â¬ NII It pjvi keepers stenographers teachers etc rt ported provided It fills sii e HOME STUDY cah5 He next passed through a dark path Â¬ way into the department of the professional mashers Theso mashers or dudes if you prefer who constantly stand on street corners and oglo pretty girls are Under here given a taste of mashing huge rocks theso wretches lie and flound er Most of them are quite young excessive cigarette smoking had smoothed their paths to an early grave Ho notic- Â¬ ed one woe begone spirit with a gloomy malformation of banged brow Only his head protruded from underneath his weight of woe whilo his pretty mouth bit the dust like an hysterical woman gnawing a lace handkerchief Ho asked him If his necktie was on straight and he passed on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oil in ono corner all by himself seat Â¬ ed on tho point of a ridge ho discovered this infamy of human kind the cornet fiend At tho mouth pleco of tho horn demons worked a hugo bellows EternÂ¬ A Des Moines woman who has been troubled with frequent colds concluded to try an old remedy in a new way and accordingly took a tablespoonful four times the usual dose of Chamberlains Cough Remedy just before going to bed Tho next morning eho found that her cold had almost entirely disappeared During tho day alio took a tew doses of ally they pump Vesuvius poured forth job lot sonatas and the wretch vainly Sometimes ho wished for deafncfas would catch a strain from Tho Carnival of Venice sometimes a few notes from again a llttlo Tho Maidens Prayer wad from After the Hall It would seem that anyone of theso melodieB played singly would have been tortue enough for ono poor soul the remedy one teaspoonful at a time and at night again took a tablespoonful beforo going to bed and on the following morning awoke freo from all symptoms of tho cold Since then she has on sev- Â¬ eral occasions used this remedy in liko manner with tho saint good results and is much elated over her discovery of so quick a way of curing a cold For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky Kincheloo Hoard Hardinsburg Ky McQUADY Held over from last week The man who continually talks about Oh tho cruel and dreary winter himself was thero tho man who tries to If that coy maiden Spring ever docs act funny in company was thero and tho condescend to smile upon us again with man who was always flattering other what a hearty welcome will her advent mens wives was thero bo hailed By tho way dont you suppose tho spring poets aro all frozen to by this time 7 I hopo so Coining to a spot where ho looked death Somo weeks ago Mr Roland Bland down through the fog thousand of female voices roso up from below Vlliis whilo visiting relatives in Grayson was the department for tho punishment county fell from his horeo and broke a of women Women who liavo their leg The surgeon who net tho limb husbands do tho housework when they evidontly did not 40 tho work properly ought to bo attending to their business and Mr Bland Is now in a critical con Dr R W Burch is now attend Tho feeble minded women publicly dition praises her husband women who lavish ing him and under his skillful treatment tho wo hopo he may yet recover their affections on poodlo dogs woman who goes to tho society and Mrs Emily Thorne who resides at leaves her husband at homo to look after Toledo Washington says she lias never tho children All theso and many others medicino for find warm berths in the dovils domain beon able to procuro any rheumatism that relieves tho pain so quickly and offtctually as Chamberlains Aa he went on downward hocamelup Pain lialiu and that frho has also used it oa the awn who are given to falsehoods for lame back with great success For particularly thow who are fond of telling ale by A II Fisher Cloverport Ky Hardinsburg flab ttoflen Tlteae alasem are hung up and KiacLoloe k Board es 6u bKVjpvra boiliag lake wbre Â¬ Â¬ J F T Owen returned from Louisville As he journeyed on through this hot Friday place with fan in hand ho saw many Quito a number of our citizens attend- Â¬ other classes being tortued for deeds ed court last week dono in tho body In tho midst of this Rev C W Stone gave us a good fearful region yawns a spacious valley in tho hollow floor of which stands a hugo sermon last Sunday stage On this stage- can be seen a throng Mr and Mrs O W Rice Tar Fork of bald headed gentlemen danciug on visited relatives hero this week sharp tacks Theso aro tho men who sat Ivan little son of W 0 Duncan is out in tho front row at tho theater Thoso again after quite a serious illness who nightly left their wives at homo to Leo Yeager and Jas Witt Cloverport haunt tho playhouse and flirt with ballet wero ostensibly visiting relatives and girls Thoy have no rest except ono day friends hero last week in each month given them to pick the Mr L E Pato is suffering from a light tacks out of their feet Indeed several attack of pneumonia in our town are quite ill of severo colds Thero wore tho society bores and ho which obstinately refuse to be cured Bays there nro many of them in hell Oil the long and dreary winter Tho association began its afternoon voices session nt 1 oclock p m Benjamin was a good christian they Music by choir Who aro There said and Lavenia herself a member of Physiology Why teach It was taken tho same church They contented them Â¬ up and discussed by II J Roberts Its selves with very small offerings 1000 importance as compart d to other stud- for tho preachers talary and 10 00 to ies Its value to us in the preservation tho benevolences of the church Benja Â¬ of our health and how to teach this im- Â¬ min gave annually in his own name portant subject wero all ably discussed Lavenia said ho gives for both of us by Mr Roberts Further discussed by when approached on tho subject As I MissCova Matthews M D Pumphry suppose sho thought ho will answer for and others Will both at the great day of accounts and is lie that Native and uso of Methods At tho ho Are they so one request of Supt Drhkell Mr Avitt disono He evidently thinks so Will cussed this question God in that day Music by choir When the mists have While ho have been gossipping about him he has slept and waked and break cleared away Essay by Miss Essa Matthews fasted read his Bible a little and inquired Subject Education containing points the way to the nearest church A great of value to all burst of praise from a house full of Importance of chics Milton Coke worshippers greets his ear as he stands gavo a short talk on this subject Owing for a moment in tho vestibule A polito to the lack of time the subject was pass usher finds him a comfortable pew well ed without further discussion to tho front and as he stands with the An Essay Contentment Miss Roberta singing throng ho finds stealing oyer Miss Roberts had a good paper one him tho consciousness that he is indeed worthy the Bubject among a people who worship GoJ in work spirit nnd in truth Rev Praise woi thy Whv mako the primary thorough Discussed by II J Roberts prays as ho has rarely heard and his and Sidney Hall reading and the following hymn still Music by choir Christ Within further make themselves felt in the soul Elements of governing power R T of Benjamin Bland Laslie gave a good talk on this import Â¬ As the Father hath sent ono so send ant question Mr Laslio brought out I you the minister read and closed the Referring to the book For a moment he stood silently somo strong points teachers ability to teach gaining the regarding the congregation as it reading confidence of his pupils kindness tact In the thought of each Utmost stlllmess discerning talent In correcting last but reigned eager expectancy sat on many not least tho uso of tho rod which faces The Lord is in His holy temple brought out a lively discussion Let all the earth bo quiet before Him Talk on primary work by tho Super Â¬ passed through Benjamins mind as ho intendent in which ho referred to the settled himself to listen teachers who neglect this work in their What a change is stealing over tho schools becauso they say it is distaste- Â¬ face of tho preacher The face lengthens ful This brought quite a discussion In to an oxal the huo changes to olive the which sovernl teachers took part eyes become largo and soft and brown Owning to lack of time a further dis- Â¬ and lustrous with a marvelous love light cussion of tho program was dispensed in them the hair parts and falls in soft Miscellaneous business was taken up waves down to the shoulder on either Tho question of holding another associa- Â¬ side tho mouth shaded by soft brown tion in the near future was discussed beard and mustache has a tender ap- Â¬ decided to leavo it with the Superintend Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ent A vote of thanks was tended to tho people of West View and vicinity for their hospitality Music by choir Join in Song ero we part Adjournment Whilo tho association was not what wo could wish yet it was a success It was well attended by tho teachers and friends of education and tho people of West View did everything in their pow- Â¬ er to make it a success and deserve great credit for their effort They have just completed a new school house and are up in educational work That district has produced more teachers than any other rural district of tho county and tho people are justly proud of their districts record and if tho teachers of Brecken- Â¬ ridge were as enthusiastic in tho cause of education as tho patrons of West View school district the county would soon be revolutionized Andrew Duibkkli Pres Milton Cokx Sec Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has ever used Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey pro Â¬ nounce it the best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so we guar- Â¬ antee Forsalo byfihort HaynesCov erportjDr R IIMcMullin McDanlelsr Geo Heysor M Meyer A Co Buraa Constantino A Taylor Roselta Drury Bennett A Co Bawley vll Ky W E Brown Irvlngton Ky Jao P Nichols As R JWafrk Bi Spring GarfUtU K 5 pealing sorrowful expression and the voice mellow and rich and sweet breaks O Jerusalem on tho stillness Jerusa- Â¬ lem how oft would I have gathered you as a hen gathereth her brood under her wings but ye would not There is such a heart break in the voice such yearning and agony and tho tears rain over the face Benjamins fall too as he As the listens losing not a syllablo Father hath sent mo bo send I you he auuounced again and there followed tho work the Father had for Him to do the lost sheep there wero to find the broken Â¬ hearted to heal the blind to make sec the wandering to direct into right paths the heathen to tell of the Way to tho Father tho perishing to clothe and feed the orphans to comfort the Bad old earth to make bright as was the cden from which tho first parents were expelled and the work of Satan and his followers to undo So much He told and he looked at Benjamin and said what have you dono of all that must bo done before tho end comes 7 Other sheep I have which are not of this fold them also I must bring My sheep In China starving torn bleeding what have you done for them 7 How many prayers ovon have you My sheep in offered from the heart Japan in all islands of the sea in India and Africa millions and millions in Mexico Brazil Italy France and Spain Bowed down be Â¬ longing for the light neath a load of sin by Satan sore oppressed AndO ye my people my people With your mouth you afeow much agree with us you get your money back Haynes Clovtr Benjamin nt tho top of his voice sang For sale by Short SOLICITING FOR JIcDaniels witli them and his hearty Amen I the port Dr R II McMullin M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser first in his life was echoed from tho Protective Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury pulpit and Praise tho Lord from a AND Co Bewloyville Ky W E Hal Â¬ Bennett lew not far off and from another Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Collection Agency lelujah tho Lord God omnipotent Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring reigneth THIS IS NO HUMBUG After the benediction which had never Ky beforo sounded so sweet to Benjamins BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT awakened soul The grace of tho Lord Jesus Christ be with you all he waited Headquarters D0VLING GREEN KY CURES DISEASE to speak to tho preacher who gave him Electropoise gavo me complete ro The a brotherly grasp grateful that God had liof from excruciating pain in three apused him as ho thought to tho feeding OF plications 1 also find it good for treating of this stranger brothers soul for their numerous ailments Back to his hotel to Ids room to his cdldren T Soden with Bridgoford Co knees sped Bonjamin and in mingled 0 Capital Stock 25 000 Louisville Ky tears of joy and penitence as never be- Â¬ Surplus 7 600 Mr G W Flint of Skylight Ky says fore ho poured out his soul In prayer to B V nEAKD President I suffered for years with ray kidneys Him who in a dream had revealed Him- Â¬ WILL MILLER Vice President self to him as never before Tho mo- Â¬ inflammation of the bladder and enlarge M II BRARD Cashier ment of the prostrate gland After a ments and hours passed by and still ho Q W IlEAHD knelt forgetful of every thing but Him short trial of the Electropoise I omen MORRIS ESRRIDOK 1 Dire tor I nnd His w oik in the world of Him who tiroly relieved and feel twenty years R M JOLLY had Biicnt long nights in fasting and younger INTEREST PAID ON TIME 0EP0SITP I have derived moro benefit from tho prayer that his soul his Benjamin Blands might rcalizs what it meant to use of Eltctropoise than from all other be truly alive what the life more remedies combined I think it tho jflcrWnim abundant meant which Ho came to grandest invention of the age FUOPRHE It can till iud uuiiicd I jit- iclief and pcrmaueut WHITES cure by uslni too highly givo Mrs M E Ah ho is taking tho right way to not be praised find out on his knees before his teacher Gorman Sadievllle Ky August 20 How little liow paltry how mean his John II Davis Esq of Barboursvllle past How rich how fruitful how Ky ou can treat nurtelf nt bimr N Wiysclan Tho Electropoiso is tho best all tecMsuy Nnoaui N imnminii nce The vVafirs sweet tho future please God he says around doctor I know of My wife Buf Â¬ ireapi linl Iim jIU di tnltini anddltributlnirdrcctly upon the Monday morning a new man he turns fered from effects of la grlppo for several ourr Oi afllnted parts lie We guarantee an absolute I full treatment consists of tttry o old home knowing that that years also a complication of other ail- Â¬ three formulas A D and Ci back to his Formula A fr rreeat caws same littlo fortuno laid up in the bank ments In- Â¬ Now she is entirely well Frmula It far mere severe eees will yield him moro pleasure than over digestion bothered mo a great deal of am rt JIlliC5VyT Zn or a Boxes for IS DO stanlr Per Box tho months of travel ho had dreamed of now well One of my neighbors is using Correspondence solicited Kcfrrence furnished How surprised Lavenia will be dear it for lung trouble and reports improve- Â¬ THE ROYAL CHEMICAL CO 103 BROADWAY CINCINNATI O good sweet woman with never a coin of ment her own to put into tfio pierced hand of As a curativo agent tho Electropoise JAMES B PACE Christ never a present to givo to the can not be equaled Nearly 1000 have minister never a basket of good things beon put out from this office in the last Slemmer find buyer of for suffering Christs all about her never three months a cent fortho evangelization of the world never a dollar of her own to do with as I Electropoise put out on trial for she chooses Benjamin pats all the four months for 10 Send for valuablo bills gives all tho charities He says book free AND whats his is mine all he has is minobut DUBOIS WEBB sometimes Id like to realizi the truth nf this He seemed to think mo smart OOO Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky enough to bo at tho head of his house- Â¬ hold affairs but ho si s women dont Pierces Factory - - Cloverport Ky have any ssnso about handliu money JNO P BEVERLY Manager But then Buujimin ncv r lets me suffer for anything I need and it alut right to H ALHflpr r a TniniiiV SPEEDY 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