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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vf VOL XXI KENTUCKY rrvrfEp BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15 1896 NO 22 CROP REPORT 1 Condition or Crops and cember 1 Live Stock 1096 De- Â¬ Tlio report or Dtcember 1st Is made up from replies fioui 161 corrtspondents and embrace 102 counties The countieB not reporting are Bath Carey Elliott Fayette Jackson Johnson Lee Lincoln Livingstone Martin McLean Ohio Old ham Pulaski Spencer Todd and Trim Â¬ ble WHEAT Tho average yield per aero is 1015 pounds hogs Thu condition of feeding hog avercg s 07 which is a considerable improvement since last report 81 correspondents re Â¬ port hogs healthy aud free from contagious diseases while 05 report licg cholera prevailing In Logan couuty hogs are reported as dying from a new and very fatal dls ase When first attacked they become stlfl and finally die in convulsions Â¬ IRVINGTON Miss Wllla Diury of Bewleyvlllo is spending a few da h with friends in town Miss Ilaiiksourfllceiit schoolteacher spent Sunday with relatives near Hew leyvllle Miss Nora Henderson Is nt home a few dajs until her pupils regain their htalth InvitatioLs are out for a socal to be given by Miss Washington Dec 20 5 to 10 p m DUKES Worn Dec 7 In the wife of John Johnson fluo girl Burnett and Eldred Powers went 1W a JJ tc Hawcvllle Tuesday A largo crowd at ten Jed tho concert at the BchooMiouso Friday night Farmers had a few days this week suitable for handling their tobacco Quite it number from this neighbor- Â¬ hood attended court at Hawesville Mon Â¬ OIlIKtl LI VK STOCK Tho ptriod of high temperature that prevailed during November was very in- Â¬ jurious to fiuit buds notably peaches cherries and plums These buds have swelled to such an extent that th y can- Â¬ not withstand the full measure of cold Apples and pear buds also show the effect of the forcing weather but they are hardy at a lower temperature than we may ordinarily expect in this lati- Â¬ freze Iu the countits of Breckinridge Daviess tude Tho present outlook is not flat- Â¬ Hardin Larue and On on the fly is re- Â¬ tering for stone fruit to say the least while iu th case of apples and pears ported as damaging early wheat there is yet no go und for serious appre Â¬ const Tho corn crop is practically all cribbed hension STATISTICAL in god condition Very few corre- Â¬ The acreage and yield of tho various spondent consider the quality more than uu pverage Even from counties wiiere crops in tho State for 18JO as compiled thu 3 ielii is reported largest complaints from the reports of tho County ABStssors are made that the weight is not in pro- Â¬ nre Corn 2473321 acres producing 03 portion to bulk Tho Into corn iu par- Â¬ 550CJ3 bushels Wheat 700001 acres producing 10141805 bushels Of oats ticular is of inferior quality Tho yield per acre averages 27 bushels there was produced 4025014 bushels which is 1 bushel less than tho normal Tobacco 20SC14 acres produced 229072 average yield The number of acres 482 pounds Hay 409830 acres produced grown in the State for IMfO us shown by DMOSi tons Tie total for the Hemp reportfl of County Assessors is 2173321 crop is 8810717 pounds There were also produced 99007 bushels of Barley as against 1182750 grown in 18Jo 272257 bushels of grass and clover seed iiEJtr The publication of monthly crop re- Â¬ The features of the hemp crop so far as developed are au average damage of ports will coso with tliis issuo until the 8 pur cent from broom rape and a etijl opening of the growing season next further damage in shock of 7 per cent spring I desire to express my thanks and tho from excessive rains Ten correspondents report tho quality obligation of the Bureau to the coresgood two report it an average while two pondents throughout the Stato und to consider it bad The defect most gener- solicit their fuither valuable serv ces ally cited is a coarseness of growth aud a when tho work is resumed Lucas Mooiu consequent deterioration in quality of fibre Commissioner of Agriculturo Â¬ Â¬ Thu unusually favorable condition for the wheat crop was maintained without interruption through November until tho 28th During that time tho growth mado was unprecedented for tho season a vigorous condition was firmly estab lished On November l8th a sudden and decided change in temperature oc- Â¬ curred bringing the mercury down to 13 degrees in many sections Tho reports on condition of growing crop give an average of 101 It may be well to mention that the form for the re- Â¬ ports were in the hnnds of correspondents since the middle of November nnd were iu a majority of cases made up before tiie cold snap Tho only mention of damagn by the fretza is found iu the re- Â¬ ports last received and it is possible that were a full account of the effect of the severe weather taken the per centage of condition would be reduced McCracken the last county to report Btatrp early wheat conslderaby damaged from late Other classes of live stock are reported in generally good condition Pastures have held up remarkably well very little feeding being necessary as yet Lung fever is reported as prevalent among horses iu Logan county in many cases proving fatal The supply ol horses is generally considered in excess of tho demand and the price prevailing is un Â¬ satisfactory For sheep cattle and hogs tho demand is fully up to the supply The over supply of horses and how to dispose of them is a serious problem in many sections FliUIT OUTLOOK Mr and Mrs Harry Major of Louis vllle are wintering at the Washington homestead Mr and Mrs Will I Cain have re Â¬ turned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Hardin county Miss Beulah lteuuett returned Saur dny having bad an enjoyable visit at Springfield aud Louisville Mr and Mis It B McGlothlan aud little Ernestine Drury aro iu Louisville on a pleasure trip comblnid with busi Â¬ ness Bro Pute will preach ut the Metho dist chinch next Saturday at 0 30 p in Sunday at 11 n iu and at 030 pm Come out to hear him Mrs O A Lehmaun will give an illus Â¬ trated lecture ut Irviugton Ky Tours day Dec 17 3 p m at Baptist church all ladies invited Subject Health and Â¬ day Tom Patterson of Lewisport ex Jatler county will bo a candidate for that oflk e in 1897 Mrs Sarah West of Louisville after a pleasant visit of several weeks witli retail vts ol thfB place returned homo Wed Â¬ of Hancock Â¬ nesday Messig Hendrix and Elder of Har Â¬ dinsburg were the guests Saturday and Sunday of Misses Annie and Lee Mc Qavock Hjgiene Mrs Bate Herndon who has been confined to her bed for the past two weeks with rheumatism we are pleased to hear is improving and liopis soon to bo entirely well Miss Lulah Drake lias had quito a serious attsck of erysipelas and iodine poison biK thanks to the skill of our young M Ds Messrs Moorman and Buwley she is rapidly improving Mrs U P Jolly of Hardinsburg Mrs Ken Watlien und Mrs John Wimp with son Will and baby Catherine formed n pleasant coterie at the hospitable home and board of Mr and Mis W J Piggott near Bewleyville last Saturday The Superintendent of the M E church S S lias decided to please tho little ones Christmas by hnving a tree in the new church The Baptist Sunday School have been cordially invited to participate and the public at largo will A simple exercise by the be welcomo children aud young people will precede the tree The young ladies of class No 5 in the M K church have organized tliemslves intoa sewing circle the proceeds of which they contribute to thu two Sun day Schools in town Anyone needing small articles such as coot aprons neatly made can be supplied Apply to Aliases Mary Bandy or Mollie Lyons Â¬ John Jackson moved to Barkers store He expects to farm In that section next year Mr Jackson is nn industrious farmer aud we wish him success lie v S J Itttchey couimonced a series of meetings here Satur lay night Every christian should arise above world and ask God to help thm dischargi every duty aud to reward their ellorta with the shout of now born souls Mr Editor news seems to be scarcer this week than mual Cant account for it Everybody seems to bo in a good humor Tno girls nre just as lovely as they were Inst week the boys are aa ready to wait upon them when they will let tin in as they wo o this time last year the widowers are stepping around as nimble as a tarnpin with a cole of firo on its back the weather is as pleasant as one could wisli for everybody has killed hogs aud have had one square meal of backbones aud spare ribs and times nro as hard s they were before tho election and going to g t a heap hardharderand harder Wednesday DR BELLS Advancer a New Theory In the Treatment of All Cough Lung and Bronchial Troubles It Cures and Cures Quickly Til fl8- ilmlli ftgutori OASTOIIIA 5tf5 ZM tin Absolutely harmless and pleasant to take It cuts loose the mucous and al lows it to be spit oil without exerting or str iiuine and stops the cough at once by he ding lie inlletnud parts gives vigor nu 1 vitAity to the respiiatory organs and producer- n condition in which all the function are exerted with regularity and harmony week with Mrs Â¬ I - Mr demons of S Ithlon ws in this neighborhood this week buying stock Mr Inn Johnson went to ltockpml Mr Henry Funk nnd wife spent Sun lud Saturday etny evening here with his brother John Prof C M Crowe spent Friday and Mis N Dowell and mother Mrs Way Saturday in Fordsvillo miller spent Monday at Mrs II I Mr Ed Jiiisenbury went to Louisville UhoeW Tuesday to purchase stock Miss Lulu Crutclier and Miss Frank Why is Mr Will Wedding repairing Conway went Friday to visit the latteis moth re his property on Main street Miss Julia nnd Minnie Ititchlu spent Little Bessie McCuen who has been one evening this week with Mies Lulu sick for some time is Improving Mr John Hayes traded his mules nnd Crutclier D W Burcli and wife of Hill Grove now drives two lovely black homes Mrs Fred Cooper purchased a line rid spent Sunday with their mother Mrs ing horsu fiom her brother Mark Smith Inura Burch Mrs Manniu liicketts and children of MrB Kd Jisnhury weut to Oatis near Brandenburg spent Sunday with biro Monday to see her slater Mrs O J C Crutclier nnd sisters Smith Mr Shncklett of Ekrnn representing On the 25th of Dtc the boys of this D W Baldwin Co of Louisville wrs place will entertain tlo people iu their in this vicinity this week Negro Minstrel Mrs Dr Miles nnd Miss Frank Con The protracted meeting closed Friday way visited in Paynr sville and neighbor night on account of tho illness of the hood Saturdny and Suuday preachers wifu nnd daughter Mrs J it Reynolds was surprised last THE DREADE0 CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED whom she week by a visit from a slate had not seen for twenty years T A Slocum M C the Great Chemist and Mrs C Smith came homo to spend n Scientist Will Send Free Three fewdajs Hcrhenlth Is Improving She Bottles of His Newly Discov will return to Owensboro Monday to Remedies ed W II Sargent and son Willie went Sufferers to Kick port ItuI Saturday Thu hitter Editoii liiiucKicsiiiiKii News I hnve will spend a fewdajs with relatives in eliscovered a reliable cure for Coi sumpthat city tion nnd nil bronchial throat and lung The young people of Fordsville nre disease s general decline loss of 11 sh going to give an entertainment Christ nnd nil conditions of wasting away By Dot mas Eve entitled the Miners its timely uso thousands of apparently Daughter hopeless cases have been cured So The school closes hero next Friday proof positive nm I of its power to cute and Prof Crowe will leave immediately that to make its merits known I will for Florida Wo wish him success in Bend free to any i lllicted reiuler of your The land of II weis paper three bottles of my newly discov Â¬ ered remedies upon receipt of express O N Grant a prominent diiiggist of and pCHtoilico address T A SLOCUM Grant Boone county Ky iu sending in M C OS Pine Street New York It is the best When writing th- - lltitor tucMiim IliN iifcr a nice order writes seller I liuva in stock I sell a doeu hot- AXTEL to one ties of Dr Bells of any other kind of medicine Farmeis nre nearly through gathering GARRETT corn J O Berry of Glendeaue hai moved One of J G Kobys horses lit el this on the old Mny farm near here s John Wilson has move to his week J it Critclieloe Dr Miles is confined to his room with la grlppo Frank Rhodes of McDaniel was here Miss Lulu Crutclier went to Branden Inst week the guest of E J Bennett burg Monday Mis Mattio Jarbce is very Bick with G It Miles went to Brandenburg Mon typhoid fever eiay on hi siness Frank G King it Co of Franklin Ky Mrs Buckler aud daughter spent Sun siys that Dr Bells lino 1iir lloiiey has day in Gnrnettsville taken thu lead through that section Dr Miles wife and baby went to Bran The write that it gives universal satiB denburg Monday shopping Miss Mnnnle B Si pes is spending this f ictimi and verify tl is report by ord ring FORDSVILLE Wm MM POWDER r tutir baking powder HlKht l of nil in leaven ng MfetiKlli Litcit United itiicn I uod Rrort lOvtmnunt KoAt llAklNO lVnnitR Co New York A c Â¬ Absolutely Pure GLENDEANE Utopia Honor Boll Mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tlieso pupils nre entitled to a plncc on the Roll of Honor for tho month just ended It is made upon their attend Â¬ ance puetuality recitations and depot t menu No one in tho principals room who iiiudei nu average below 113 is in eluded They aro named in tho order of their stntidiug Mary Peyton Paul Dempster Iiullie Moorman Sallio Robertson Mny Dumps ter Robert Moorman Monnn Hunter Martha Lou Powell Rosebud Moorman Mary Moorman Alma Mnttingly Ella G Kobertson Elliott Moorman Harry Moorman Emmn 1 Moorman Daisy Denne Roy Moorman Walter Moorman Ollle Hoskins Bessie Moormnn Otter Owen Henry Moorman Henry Jr Moorman Sr Nellie Moorman Johnnie Hoskins Jessie Rhodes Glen Moor Â¬ Owen Ada Mnttingly Kd mnn Joe I die Moorman und Carrie Bishop The following in tlie assistants room made 93 per cent or more general average Silwe Mnttingly Luke Clark Floyd Armstrong James Johnson Siuah Burnett Ivu Burnett Mattio Willis Tlieodosia Matheny Mnrtiu Johnson Vandirmyrtle Powell Maude Mnttingly Meyer Smith Nora Hoskins and An- Â¬ nie Harper Mies Mary Peton is the first one of our pupils to average 100 per cent for nu entire month Let others emulate her example next month IoKIU Vlu 1 father-in-law- Â¬ UntLrBMiss Aiick iiwnvv Â¬ Â¬ U 11 Miled more Produce wanted Best of prices piiel for produce Julian II Brown Full line staple nnd fancy groceries confectioneries brad c at nil t lues at Julian II Browns Cash paid for produce Will sell goods as cheap as anybody socomuaiid get my prices Julian II Brown mm K7tfFsWo3rS7 iwjimfcwowMMMtfa CSTS SESEISEEEISg HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS SANTA CLAUS Pretty Mirrors Handsome ones for the older folks and pretty ones for the younger folks Either one are here Will hold high carnival here from now until Christmas Eve and all the pretty things that we have gathered together for Xmas gifts bear the stamp of his approval both as regards to quality and price HANDSOME Toilet Cases Photo Albums Work Boxes Pretty Celluloid Novelties and a nice assortment of Booklets Christmas Cards Calendars etc 1 VS M 1mmmmWimmtiK M Collar Cuff Boxes They are very pretty as well as useful and he will appreciate the gift immensely Toys t Remember that we are headquarters for toys They have always been one of our specialties and any kind of toys you want and the nicest toys that are oiit you will find here Â¬ I wlifeeTrCT jKja Mptv3 IUBV Good Things to Eat Bibles and Testaments Are always very appropriate gifts at Christmas time and we have a really cellent line for you to select from ex- Â¬ M v- - 1 A J IS Pretty Line Of Fine We will have a specially nice and select stock of all kinds of Fruits and Nuts and enough Candy for Remember that we everybody make a specialty of Fine Candies and the Xmas Box will be just right if bought here ft Dolls for the Children We have a pretty line of picture frames some at small prices and some more expensive at any rate youll find just what you want here largo dolls and small We have dolls and in fact any kind of dolls that Come tho little doll people will want and soo them then it will not be hard for you to make selections S Papeteries Suitable For Xmas Gifts Jiio D Baiage GLOVERPOBT KY i o - THR BREOKElNHIEOm News 10 LH W TIME TABLE NEIWB OIaOVE1RFOKLT KY Breckenridge a D It V 0 BtUigi Edltori and Proptlitn 1890 i WEDNESDAY DECLMBEK Sibiorlptlon Frio 8100 i Tir In Adrians II Pkld it tnt End of tht Ter S12S soma wist Pattxurer liallj rr IUrdlmboru UiJJ pni OOIHO f 1ST PiitXr Dally arr itardlnibiirg Ti Jo aiu HARDINSBURG County Court next Monday Felix Meyer of Ihiras was in town on Tuts Jay W AV Vessels came up from Owens boro last Sunday Mr Fred McDaniel of McDanielr-- was in town Monday A nice asbortment of all kinds of jew Â¬ SIX PAGES NOTICE Hate for announcements In these columns are as follows Cash Inndrance in every rase Ciretrit Judge or Attorney JIm County Offices jo r i IT i Miller went to Clovcrport on le- Â¬ I If Kate authorized to announce WON JOMV gal IjtiMnees lost Friday as a candidate lor the Office of Circuit Court Solid silver or plated tea table or des Â¬ Clerlllreckrarldge county Mi Meet to the decision 01 the Kepuvlican party November I Jectwn tfl sert spoons James Klncheloe Mr Eugene Gllleland of Holt was the COUNTY COUIIT CILRK guest of Mrs J A Witt Saturday T K are authorised to announce OWEN CUN It NINOIIAM nsaeamliditefor tp rleclian In Mnrvin Heard came home last week the alike of Ccmntv Court Clerk subirct to the from Vanderbilt to see his father action of the Kcnublicun prinary election Satur twy riiiyanv7 John 1 Mattimzly living near Kirk had 800 bushels of wheat eaten up by COUNTY ATTOIINKY the weevil I r K are authorized tn announce JESSK R KSK Several farmers in this seel ion have t RlliOK as acsndklate for County Attorney nbjeit to the nction ol the Itepuhlkin primary sold their tobacco to a Hawesville dealer election I ibyi 27 irtr at good pricc3 Misses Elizabeth Sklllman and Brooks AirKare authorized tonnnmiuceK N MHtKIt a candidate for reflection to the office ol ns T County Attorney ol Ilreckenridge County sutject Stephens came up Saturday to visit Mrr U the acirn of the Republican primary election M 11 Beard 1eb 17 1MI7 Mrs White of Cloverport who ai SCHOOL SlPKKIM l NDKNT been visiting Mrs J A Witt returned home last Sumay ANDRKW T I arc authorized to announce HRISKIiU as candidate for re election to At my house you can get presents from the office of tchool Suierintendtnt of ifrt ikenrldge County subject to the KepuMrcan primary eleilfuii 25c up All are invited to give me a cal Saturday icby a 1I97 James Klncheloe COUNTY blUVhYOIt hi nee a t August Lee Meyer eajs he are authorized to announce Chintz Roy out forcatle and hogs in this alty as a candidate for office of County has rad Surveyor subject to the action of the Republican district over 15000 pirty Jikuion November 187 Mr Jc3se Eskridge hrx about decided JAM hit to enter the race for County Attorney K nrc authorized to announce Glb t llf MIMIMAN asa candidate for reelection against It X Miller Godfrey Haswell went to Stephens Id the Office of lailer of llreckenndire county sub Â¬ ject to the action of the Republic jn jurty Ll port lart Sunday where he w a the guest tun XuenLer 17 ofMitsMittieMcCuhbins Ir your business is not worth adverSheriff G A Iate went to Frankfort tising advertise it for tale last week and settled in full with the paying him 1115S17 A oooD Christmas present to your far Auditor I have the most complete line of away relative or friend a years subknives and forkis on the market at any scription to the IltccKcxnuxiE Kkws price desired James Klncheloe Tiikhk is lots of money being paid out I have a large aud complete assortment liere for tobacco hogs wheat and cattle of plain and fancy clocls Will also give and just as soon as the fanners take it big bargains in watches James Kinch home look at it and fumble it awhile eloe they will come to town and let it loose The colored people gave a Icap Year and times t ill be better We predict a supper out at Talbotts Chappel last Sat- Â¬ splendid holiday trade urday night and realized SIJ i for their In the proper place in this issue v ill pastor Chris Ah killed a large water Span be found the announcement of Mr Andrew Driskell as a candidate for the iard dog on the turnpike the dog had Republican nomination for County gone mad and was snapping at everySchool Superintendent Mr Driskell thing lie passed John Kennedy and J Huson Miller held the ollico one term and thinks now that it would be nothing but just sold their tobaco crops to Mr Nave that bis party should give him nn in to betlelivered at Hawesville adiBtaice dorsement Hehasmudea good ollicer of twenty miles 80 far ns the News is advised by giving lAVill Hook and Jic Cox are probably his whole attention to his business the wing shots of the county having visiting all the tvihools in the county as killed one hundred and seventi tivebrtls the law requires aud making a correct in the last five days account of matters entrusted to his The new Methodist church South at charge If nominated he will make a tvo Spring will bs dedhued the he- btrong race cond Sunday in January by Rev Over Â¬ ton Presiding Rider Owen Cunningham is announced thih My silver ware consists of water ssts week for re election to theollkuof Counwater filters tea Hls cake stands etc ty Court Clerk Owen is a Republican of course a one at that All these goods are now on display and but aside from his political convictions we will take pleasure in showing you wo take pleasure in saying that he is a them at any time James Klncheloe clever gentleman a good citizen aud so Christmas displays are all good this far as we know has made n most excel season and the trade begun here a week lent clerk It seems from the present ago There is the accusomed cry of no outlook that he will have no competition money but as Chrktuas approaches the for tlio nomination and that his party people flock to town aud the novelties recognizes in him a good fighter and a disappear sure winner So far as the News ia con A Cliristmas tree lias been talked of cerned if it has to be a Republican we for the city hall but the plans have not know of none we would rather see in the yet developed The bhelvts are loaded office and heres hoping that Often with all manner of nice things hut to may get there in good shape make a Christmas tree real attractive re- Â¬ quires a largo expenditure of money JiJiSK Eskridge is also a candidate He Mr It T Xavc a tobacco buyer for wants to bo the Rejmblican nominee for Stinnett Co Hawesville was in this County Attorney He was a candidate locality last week nnd bought upwards two years ago and was beaten by his of a hundred thouinnd pounds of tobacco present competitor It K Miller It from our farmers It is said that Mr was a neck and neck race then and it Naves prices were suflicent to justify the seems that the same ground will be to Hnwesville fought over again Mr ICskridgo is one parties delivering Tobacco was rolling In at Hensleys of the nicist young men in the county a good young lawyer able competent aud warehouse lest week in large quantities worthy the oflice to which he aspires The street wiu full of wagons for several The Nicwstakes pleasure in placing his days Thingi piesented a lively appear name in its announcement column and ance Tobacco is still low in price but commends him to its many Republican the farmers rati help business when the readers Go In Jesse and beat Reuben weed begins to move Hardlnsburg lias a very attractive disif you can play of Christmas toys and presents that It N M111EH the present County At Â¬ will command a well filled pocket book torney is a candidate for re election if you wish to Invest The children His announcement appears in the Nuns seem to be making better use of the subject to the action of the Republican show windows than any one else They primary He hasheld theclllre for two turn out on the street once or twice a years being elected in IS I His present day to see what Santa Clans has and to term will expire In Jan 18 It is per- Â¬ pick out such things as they would like fectly natural that he should want an for him to put In their Blocking indorsement by his party at least He Mr II F Heard 1ms been confined to has made a good officer and that means his bed now about eight weeks His he has made some enemies in the faith family were quiet unr asy about him at ful discharge of his duties No man can one time last week So much so in fact make a good attorney and not offend that Dr Bailey of Ixiulbville was tele Â¬ some one It may be his best friend Mr graphed for When Dr Bailey arrived Miller knows this but its not hurling however there was a clnnge in his con him very much Hes going right ahead dltition for the better and there lias without fear or falter making a strong been a gradual improvement ever since fight and a hard one He Is one of the His physicians think now tt a lie will best politicians on the Republican side recover permanently and be able to get of the houHS and the man that beats him out in a short time for the nomination will have to get up will be A Christmas entertainment early mid late and do a good deal of given at the M K Church south for the hustling benefit of the Home Mlison so lety The program is being arrangd by Mrs KIRK Thomas Withers Miss Tida Mercer and Dear Santa Clause I am a little girl Miss Mary Board The selections are eight years old and would like for you the best that could be hail for f uch an to bring mo some candy oranges nuts occasion anil were selected by Mrs and a nice book I have a little brother Withers with a great deal of tare The one year old you must bring him a little program will be delightful For a wagon and train and lots of pretty Christmas entertainment it will be in things I live on fuels creek You keeping with the surroundings and every must come-- at eight oclock I will shut my eyea tight I will not look indeed I lady will be pleaded STnAYKii From my farm near Har Â¬ wont Your little girl dlnsburg one yearling steer red roan Lula Furrow witli few white spots crop off bitli ears and split in right ear Information as to ta whereabouts desired tin m nsuir It X 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CIHCUIT COURT Announcement tlKRK elryJames Klncheloe PJIHcal Notwithstanding tht fact that It rained nil last Monday from eailyimirnltigt ntll Will Gfinuell hfs been quite tick and night and showing one of the most disa Â¬ is not yet able to be out greeable dajs of the season the Republi Â¬ Xevitt ti Cough have attractions and cans were here In large numbers looking novelties for X nian galore after the action of the county committee James Boudurant enjoys making fre- Â¬ This coiumitee vat to dicide upon a We call them little men and quent trips to a certain fart of Meade time and place for holding either a pri Â¬ little women but they arc mary or county convention tn select can- Â¬ V Isses Susie Elder and Annie Bondu neither They have ideas and didates for the connty ticket The rant went to Wolf Creek last Saturday Fortu- Â¬ ways all their own committee met in Judge Aids cilice Â¬ Mrs Xevitt and Mrs Snyder of Wood nately they soon become fond land visited Mrs It II Xevitt Irs week County Chairman Allen Klncheloe pre of cod liver oil when it is tiding There were ighteen members Who is the fourth couple on the mat- Â¬ of the eiven to them in the form of committee and nearly all were Â¬ rimonial catendat Guess This col SCOTTS EMULSION This prsent Xearly all the candidates fa Â¬ umn cant tell is the most valuable remedy in vored a primary election and desired it finances Shake up that bill to repair the existence for all the wasting esrly The committee after a eetsion of of the Slate when the Governor decides The diseases of early life an hour decided to hold a primary call nn extra to poorly nourished scrofulous ele ction Feby 27 A lecture will b delivered at the child the thin weak fretting Catholic church next Sunday night by a child the young- child who Tiie candidates for the various cfllces IVstionist Father does not grow ail take Scotts were all here getting in their work Colds aud lagrippc are prevailing Emulsion without force or Those announced thus far are as follows The weather Is too warm too balmy for County bribe It seems as if they knew Jmge Wm Ahl County At a itild winter month that this meant nourishment It X Miller Jerse Eskridgo lornty Mrs Wm George and Mre AH But and growth for bones muscles County Clerk Owen Cunningham j nan of Louisville attended the funeral and nerves Jailer Gus Shellman Wm Hawkins of their aunt Mrr Eliza Xeafus Book telling more about it free James Perkins James Diy Bud Bates Quarterly meeting here at M E church Richard Carman Circuit Clerk Blon It wont pay to try a substitute for the fourth Saturday mid Sunday Bro Scotts Emulsion with the children Jolly Sherman Ball Robert Weather Buck Overton presiding elder They will relish the real thine ford j Asaefsor Henry Lake The sher Mr Henry Cowley was in town Sun For tale at 50c and 100 by all iffs ticket has not yet been made up druggists day Mr Elijsh Ashcraft was heie too But it was reported here Monday that changing base Is the order of the day DOWNE New York SCOTT V B Burton of Rck Vale would likely The Meade County Messenger has a head the ticket spink span new drees up to date by a Haven say but such was the talk here late modiste Mr Duncan can compete It stems that there was a new wrinkle among R publicans The Republican with Worth put on the race fur the post olllce candidates say they will go to work at Bro Bate gave us one of his sound at this place Monday For some once and make a thorough canvass The sermons last Sunday Text Our Fath Â¬ weeks the applicant for this bit of primary is not to be very expensive as I a prayer in itself wVeu spoken er Yes pie have been securing all the names most of the officers haye agreed to make with its full meaning they could get to a petition but last their services gratis Christinas shopping is on in earnest Monday the word reached here pur- Â¬ and promises to bs brisk and spirited porting to come from Congressman The Democrats from appearancesdont Lewis Bridal presents are ills now engaging that the candidate who secured the eu seem to be doing much but in a quiet much time and attention elorsement of a majority of the members way they are working for a very thor- Â¬ Literary at Brandenburg Xormal next ol the Kepublicau County Committee ough organization Every now and then Friday night Come out The new would receive the appoiutment The a new candidate is heard of but thero books have come and are a joy forever applicants therefore were quite busy se Â¬ will be no such a scramble as the Re- Â¬ The pupils ale reveling in them curing the name s of the members of the publicans are having They are casting about for the strongest men and when Mrs James Fairlelgh has returned committee the ticket is finally made up it will un- Â¬ from a protracted visit to her daughter Mrs Chape zs Wathen of Owensboro It was talked here Monday that John doubtedly be a strong one very much improved in health and we R Dellaven of Cloverport would likely Dissolution bj a candidate on the Republican ticket Nwi e Is hereby given thaiNoticeli m of Polk welcome her gladly the has dissolved part Miss Agnes Malin can conduct plan for the nomination either for County Greirory by mutual convent tn us will please settle nership All persons in debt and arrange under a non de plume quite Judge or Sheriff Mr DHaven was not wi h the new tirm ol Gregory Gibson UT IOI K adroitly but when the white winged here himself and the rumor is not based K G GRHGOIIY messenger came this column captured it up n anything we have heard Mr De- - Cloerport Ky Dec 14 186 Try again Agnes mine President Clevelands message is noth ing if not gcod conservative His Bug gebtion that Spain grant a large measure of home rule to Cuba will certainly bring about a favorable action I note that sweet little Miulb from IIIS is puzzling time a time that taxes the thoughts of Bewleyville about this column and will ill the people for wc are loth tc imafrinc theres a man say that being so incomplete myself I woman or child in all this country round who has not wonder how I can add to the complete- Â¬ N ness of others But that pen is ever sin- Â¬ some one to remember on Christmas Day Let us try and cere truthful W help you out In the first place we want to impress upon This sheet was brimful of gjoit first J your minds that we are this year of all years headquarters class news lest week The Louisville for HOLIDAY GOODS We cannot mention all wc have suit- Â¬ Evening Post wants to know and so do able for presents I who Xemo is He is rich rare aud racy and knows just how to wield These however suggestive SilveJMouiitcd Fcirsors a reportorial quill hllerllair llrushes Noelles Silver 1ockct Knives MusMche combs K ne China Mantel Clocks llutton I looks MissSallie Denton and Mis S C si vtr t mnbs Silier Mirrors Hat Marks Silver Key Kings Malin have petitions for securing the Hag ljs Silier Tipcs Link Iluttons Hroothes llracrlets Coat Hangers Silter Tea Hells post olllce Miss Sallies has the proviso Silver Kings Jeweled Keylags Gold Hut Pins Gold Kings Jeweled Veil Holders In the event of a change Siher lint Pins Mrs Malin Gold Pens Paper Cutters Scarf Kasteneis lias made an xcellent post mistress but Cups Plates Albums SilterbUmp Holes Silver Hracibts Pocket Hooks Si ver Cups if thee is a change Miss Sallie is our Manicure Sets JcwJry choice nil hundreds of other articles Mrs Eliza Xeafus in her eightieth AVe shall be glad to hold and deliver on Christmas Eye anything you yenr died last Saturday at her nephews may wish to selt ct at this time Our prices are not Holiday pricts they Frank Webbs of this place Aunt are regular pricf s as low as we can make them Eliza ph we all aflectiouately called Open evenings until 1 oclock her had fought a good fight and was FN ready for the summons To come up higher She leaves two sons several sibters and grand children She had pneumonia She was a consistent mem Â¬ ber of the Baptist church and a kind 173 good Chiistian woman She had every kind attention from friends and relatives Interment in Brandenburg cemetery on Sunday at 1 oclock Wedding bels rang out clear aud sweet Tuesday evening at 8 oclock The chimes wero for Miss Margaret A Ditto and Mr Will D Howard at the brides homo near Brandenburg Miss Marga ret A is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs J K Ditto and is a beautiful attractive girl of soventeen Will 1 is the son of Mr and Mrs Tom Howard and a prominentpopular young business man The bride wore whito paris mus- Â¬ lin veil which well became her fair youthful face possessed of unusual Which by the way is almost a household necessity charms The groom always handsome in this season of colds is not from the dealer whose goods quite outshone himsjlf Miss Lidyia g Ackley Clarkson of Big Spring looked are always doubtful even to himself and generally much charming as bridesmaid Harvey Ditto more so toother people and whose price is necessarily high gg was groomsman a large fine looking hut from the specimen of tlio jfiiim homo Miss Pearle Ditto an accomplished musician ren dered the wedding music After the m ceremony a handsome reception was held when the happy couple ame to Mr aud Mrs Tom Howards where they are Who is the right man in the right place who guards at home to their friends with the greatest vigilcnce the purity nnd superiority of his Iovc be with Uves own ycuth that roter ran grew old brandy in all the detnils of its preparation nnd manufacture But my dear young friends always re who docs not grind leaves trash rotten nnd withered ap- member pics ns other distillers do but uses only the nicest fruit Thotiidtst and thu happiest par BRANDENBURG wt Little Men Women Christmas 1896 tJ9 JtY ssP IlIiuAy 7j Mlllltf XLIPBSSSSSSsI - Â¬ Â¬ f Jissssssssi t ART IN STYLE SKILL IN MANUFACTURE MERIT IN QUALITY Combined with the lowest possible prices Â¬ Â¬ Holiday Hints Offer in their vast Holiday Stock Presents for the Little Ones Presents for Sweet Hearts Presents for Father Mother Sister and Brother Presents for Old and Young Te Vests Everybody Likes a Bargain And the place to get it is of Is what Dont Miss If Dick ADDISON KY We have bought our Christmas Goods at a Manufactures ire Addison e BANKRUPT SALE And hy so doing we are enabled to sell them AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS PRICES all fresh clean goods Every article a special Value half the regular cost at one Art Dealer Wall St Cloverport Ky BvBvHwvSBBvSvBJ0S Jeweler Optician and DUUY SimmmtwimtmmimmimmmiiiM WU Dolls DMAS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Winter J5 The place to buy your Brandy 1 ioc dolls for 5c 20c ioc 25c 15c 20C 30c 40c 25c 15c Chian Tea Sets ioc JOC 2SC 50c 30c 75c 45c- - Pure Stick Candy 5c pound 3 pounds 25c Finest Cream Mixed 2 pounds 25c Mixed Nuts best 2 pounds 25c Choice California Figs 10c pound Fire Crackers c packs 5c And numerous other articles every one a bargain which we can not give prices for lack of space French Mixed Candy But surely we g a Christmas presentcan suit everybody with we invite your inspection of our SILVER WARE Â¬ Â¬ e g g g g Distiller DINNER SETS TEA SETS Â¬ H ill find cccasl in to forbear Also remember That the heart Is wiser than the intellect and works with swifter bauds towards wise conclusions 1 We ARE THAT DISTILLER g g E PRICE g K OASVOZUA 24- - J HtNK MlIIKIt 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will lie pleased to learn that there Is at least one dread Â¬ ed disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that ia Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional diseiaso requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces e f the system thereby destroy Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Tho proprietors have no much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for lists of testimonials Address FJ OHEXEY Co Toledo 0 jSJTSold by Druggists 75c gg- And ours is the only house within our knowledge doing nn exclusive sound apple business nnd our guarantee always goes with the goods Send in your orders while we still have some old BRANDY 250 PER GALLON JOG INCLODID 3f ZZ 2 Address Sent GOD by exprss any where W L BURCH g ZZ NB Rhodelia Ky I Will pay 100 for any pack- Sz age that is not pure if the Seal is not 2n broken when it arrives 3 g 2 3 - PRODUCE MANICURE SETS Odd Fancy Chinapieces for Desk and Toilet laDles JUresden and Bronze Lamps Hand- Â¬ some Rockers Mufflers Silk and Satin Sus Â¬ penders Toys of all descriptions for Boys and Girls We want your Butter Eggs and Dressed Hogs and remember we always pay highest market price for COUNTRY Messrs 0 V Moorman It N Hudson Samuel Stites F J Ferry and O h Applegate spent last week camping and hunting near Worthing ton In Davits county The rest of the party report that Ferry and Hudson are especially fond of onions and potatoes cooked to Â¬ gether Wick Moorman saya tt was the most enj jable party he was ever with plenty to eat and drink lots of fun and flnespoit Hot colFje served Cliristmas day at f Mrs Laura Beavin wife of Benedict Beavin a former citlzin of this place died at her home in Leitclifleld Monday morning at 3 oclock after an illneeaof several weekB Mr Beavin lias been peculiarly unfortunate since he moved from this town less than a year ago be 55 has lost his wife and babe and two bright 5 young bors with scarlet fever Ills many Honda here sympathize with blra deoply How about some liners jr mother for Christmas Suzers Itiedels InaBKy 43naaatffestL J llMSSl wujiLJ1 J i mil KW it 7 THE BRKGKENRIDGB NEWS OLOYERPORT KY BRECKENRIDGE 3 KEWS 10 1890 IN THE CI1Y COURT Some Rambling Thoughts 1IY WEnKNSUAY DKCKMUKU Last Monday Wa a Busy Day and Several Cases Wero Dinpoieil of Smith vs Hanning MM tilt Cuficne Tlcld monument Souvenir Koch individual unto reader will have With Hoods Parrapa- - BfH mm iitisiiiesH Scientific Classicnl DiploThe most tifittitlttit Art Production of the cenFoiH Coihsks il l r in llie New Vurk Jum to judge of tlie justice of the following A small bnoch of the most rrafrast ef tlot tury rlllaRiiciTulkaml mas cniutcil in nil courses orasfathtrrd from the tirond acres el tnteoe Fields thlM l Ot Hgrrv C tVflnilil irtHlilffit C show that this modi- Rk Farmer LeTe Contains n selection of the mot attack upon our sex It in tlm expans Latin The Cumulative method is used in teaching the ltiiigunjres In tlm Cloverpoit City Court Mon of the pornn ot IiiKcne field Hand with his unr rwnr Mr Mtik llnuiin ion of n womans opinion Tim very clno hai enjoyed ptibllo confidence and beautifulIllustrated liy llilrtyfixe of the worlds Cirrvk ierniiin niul Trench somely who rays there is nothing BcrldU In llio day the f illowlng cases were e ilied and eagermssof a man fur ids measfhows pntroiiRjro to a BrcatercxtenttliRimccord KtealetnrtMns their couttlhutlon to the eMonA Special Course for thine who wish lo prepuie for Teiichais Cer Â¬ ument Fund Put for the the tontrlbntUns current riieelli U nuynny Tlm tmtpo disposed of by Judge Skilhnan Short him to be the Inferior animal Keep cd any other proprietary medicine This treat artists this txiok couMnoble hate been nanafac not tificate In tlm course the itiulcnts will lie lilted for teachers hy actunl la simply bceinso It possesses greater tared far Jjoo lorsnlc nt trxilc stores or sent InKjresluVnt for IiIh putt ilewrlhis our A llaynes is Itrit Miller derided by lillu hutiery when he reaches home nnd work in our MOUliL SCHOOL merit and produces greater cures tlinn prepaid on receipt of II to The lore offerlnirlu present mom tnry mMmii iih uppiwil to default In favor of plaintiff toet there 1h pian uieithi r fn God nor won Spectnl terms to any other It U not what wo sny but ilie Childscreate liurenlc to published by the Com 320 pays tuition foi all entities except music a fund build the Monument mittee to Vvory ruti uf sound lliiaiit nml shown John M McCaock s M an for he Hints fault with both To what Hoods fnriipirllla does tbnt tells tlioseWishintj to pay as much as live months tuition in advance and to care for the family of ihe tieloved poet Eugene Held Monument Souvenir Fund lV vtlMllulifM III ll finilLIlt Ullll tllH Crenshaw -- by defiult in fivirol puin- - make a man docile and tractable you thoBtor Alladtertlsemcnts of Hoods ioaiil 200 to f 2 50 per week Do lUaroe Street Cblcsio Ilk Bnrsnpnrllln llko Hoods Bnrsnparllln It Â¬ Tims far tiff gravest peril ami perpl xhy must treat him like a snake nor no him Youiiir men anil ladies without money wisliinir to prepare for aro honest We havo never deceived Mr Ox elands Jnrkli no i vh John Farmer passed This may be brilliant hut it is too s vere self public lm 1b wholly rllit tcnchtii ciiu make ainiiigiinents with the I tesiilent ot tlic college to tho and this with Its superlative Cornelius lluik vs Ned Swtain It will pay you if Â¬ skill In diagnosing a pulillcuvil hasnever attend school here Wiite for pattictilais at once dis particularly as woman from the story of mcdlciml merit It why the people Imo i Nobody more keenly missed ou motion of attorney of pi tin you desiie to attend a lust class school at a small cost been douhteil Kdeii onward has not sliuwii great skill abiding confidence hi It and buy than he has di scribed the evils of the tiff in mnnnglng snakes and possible not D S RORKRTSJr lres Ilnnlinshiirg Ky Add ross LOUICVILLK ICY Inc tC I8f None baa more A A Simons vs J J Fiitlds by much more in managing men communism of pulf Tho or FELIX KlilUUCk Ilardinshtirg Ky Shippers should mark all packages plainly elcquontly shown how inimical to nat- - default in favor of plaintiff woman to whom a man Is nothing more with shippers name and post office adilreti It L Newsom vs A J Grofl con- Â¬ than a thing to be petted and pampertd fional welfare are trusts Hut when ho jifofiNrs his prescription for tlio ailments tinued with this ami that gratification will llnd DUTTKIl 1niLdon vs Watkhis by default In her theory strongly confirmed by tho lie describes we generally llnd an inflnl- Choice country 12 II Medium tesinint lore of doubtful potency diluted favor of plaintiff animal within him Hut the woman Creamery 10 15 Iwitli verbiage to a degree which would Kind McNally A Co vs School This who believes in other grander possibiliI he catio of much annoyance lot he winter Almost lo the exdusion of all others Try It KiJUH time Cnlcli cold in it neuralgia toothaeho fnuize the late Dr Hahnemann himself tees District No 111 by default in favor ties in man will find them there because Prepared only ly O I Hood Co Ixiw ell Mass 18 FKATHKRS nro tlio only pills to tako feel mean with the world They who read the currency clauses of of plaintiff Better havo us she expictsnud demands them Men OOCl S HlllS with Hoods SarsaparllU Prime white gome 40 41 The most important case of the day are after all but plastic clay and taku patch it up othcrri might suggest to liavo it the IrtBldents message and they will Wid J53C Do a neat job filled with gold silver pulled jkrobably bo exceeded in numbers only and the only ouo in which there was any on readily the forms into which tho gen could bo powerful the attempt to trim Old 15 If No 1 dook 2J ct or or olunmium With approved scienco nt our jjuy wiubu niiu min iubl in nee wiihv iiu contest was that of O M Smith vs tle hands f woman mold them Tills to every breeze that blows POULTRY command tho operation will not pain you has written of Cuba will be impressed James fanning also has been shown from the story of Item per II Spring Chickens I r doi Would you rather suiler tho pangs of neu Smith Is a dHtlller at Andyvllle in Hden onward At least that is what ifirst by tho fact that in this paper we 25at 00 He hn known net and km us rot ihil bucka peril i3 Itelleyo for the Unit time Mr Cleveland Meade county and llannliig iaa distiller rilgio or suffer the payment for a neat Nemo thinks he know not j iHin him leese per dot UJUfjJIUi filling gold will cost more abandons all pretence of friendliness to near IlitxB Ilun in this county Smith lie ho knowi not and knnwt t at hn JOTATOES Irish per barrel nrTft I in knows not is trcrplvr tnich him bimetallism international or otherwise had sold Hauning an engine for his dis- Â¬ HARDIN WILDER Ky Ncw La He who knows nnd knots nt that I r 2 5uji 3 00 No suggestion of an international confer-Â¬ tillery in payment for which Manning Never have any hesitation about learn Â¬ Swoct potatoes per bbt 2 0C knnns Isailrcp awake him From atura J to cts higher If we each wero held ence is offered no expression of desire had executed his note for 30 When ing from others He who knows nn I knows that he Navy Beans per bushel Iw nnn In 25 llmf nti At onJii unt knows Ii whe I fullow him w ciuir Aro invited to call ami see our wonderful ut cicu uv kite lwu Hannlng uLdertook to roisa steam the down to the knowledge we could acquire K00TS iervatlve method of an International engine blow up at a pressure of fifteen by personal travel and Investigation the lino of 2 75 2 40 2InenK I nm S7 years old and have need about Senlca tinako agreement the currency programme up pounds llanning claimed fraud and amount we did not know would be even i all of the coiuh and lung remedif s that Pink I on which Mr Cleveland was elected refused to pay tho noto In a rross peti- Â¬ more monumental than it now is Hut 21 itho coinage of both gold and silver tion Hannlng prayed not only to be beware you omnivorous learnets of ac- Â¬ have been sold during my life and for Vellow utneor mm f 4 without discriminating against either released from paying the note but asked quiring ideas and then having them re- Â¬ the benefit of tho Buffering I will say Lady Sllpixr ay iV metal or charge for mintage should be that lie be allowed 1100 damages for main unassimilated like the food on an that I have never used any remedy equal BloodApple X We aro Loading All in Quantity Varioty and Cheapness It gives given effect As he ignores the demands moving and setting the worthless boiler overloaded stomach As to learning I to Dr LSellu FIELD 8EKDS would say be in a skeptical frame of quick antl permanent relief in grippe as Timothy per luthel up of his own platform so he gives ro heed l gp For Thoroughly lUlinhle Goods When You jet it from 4j The j iry decided that Hannlng bo mind nj ct tlio things that you prove well as other coughs Wo keep it in our Clover per buabel to the txpressiouuf the nation at tho Crimson Clover per bushel 3 00 As little respect is released from the note and that the cost to be untrue read mark learn and in- Â¬ house all the time and would not be RedToppoj Lutbet polls November 19 Mits M A MhTcwi E Orchard Iran per bushel 1 10 shown to the fact that the platform of iftheeuit bo divided between the two wardly digest all the truths that you without it p 8S Gus llrown was Smiths attorney and prove and approve or Hint reach you 1005 South Fourth Street Paducah Ky Ulue llrass fancy perr busbol the victorious party begged for internat- Â¬ YOU KNOW ITS GOOD Blue Ornss extra bushel it ional bimetallism a that the Democratic Jesse lvkririge was attorney for Han- Â¬ from reliable sourcep and let them be Onion Fet Yellow per bushel 12 THE FIRST CHRISTMAS GIFT Whit party demanded bimetallism by inde- Â¬ nlng Tho case will probably bo taken come part of you just as tho Bteak you 2J I1IDEP eat and assimilate is no longer steak but pendent action 1arotai by the policies to tho Circuit Court Ireen ood a tU Fine Lamps Statuary Rings Bric-a-BrMake your Gift a Pare One and Give Ory Salt Rood has become part of you your blood Etc approved by some 14000000 voterp the 83 0 Dry flint good 10 ft u your brain your power President urges on Congress the proWe Carry Gentlemens Watches form it With Love TESTIMONIALS 390 up and Ladles from 500 up Iheep ikini 10 40 To bu sincere in this advice as to skepgramme of the so called National Dem WOOL Corner Ave and Jefferson Louisville ticism I should havo to warn you agdust locrats which ixalts gold monometaffi 21 If you had the wealth of tho world Tab washed Ordiis hy mail will reeeivo jiroiiijit ntteution llism and the prognsdve contraction of From Citizjns of Pennsylvania Who accepting statements just because they you could not i qual that first Christmas Grease fine jg Hurry 9 u Have Been Cured by Chamare in print altw this would include gilt the currency a policy approved by 138 writes Ittith Ashmore in an article B1 U Ti 13 fflOO voteis only even these Thoughts For them I on Girls and their Christmas Giving in Bnrry and Ci ti berlains Couh Kemedy 8 fS to MISCELLANEOUS ask no hearing no reception except the December Ladies Homo Journal II Mr Clevelands plan of currency re Tallow jh yt fform will addr ps Itself pleasingly to Mr W W Spillen drug clerk witli J where they interpret some little particle And you can only imitate it by making Beeswax 5 25 of the great universe of Truth ibaukerp even if it was not written by W McConnell Parnassus Pa Sorghum Mnlaeses diviuo your gift a pure one and giving it with IS 20 says I rane To national bankers ho offers the was out one night last winter and con- Â¬ and human in which we live and of love You want to share this Clirist tfontraction cf the currency which would tracted a s vere cold I was so hoarse which we permit ourselves to partake mastldc your faith your hope and your jfrtsult from ri tlrimmit o the greenbackp for a week I could hardly speak Know- Â¬ some more and some lees as wo jour- clarity with those you love You want and the gradual and prn Jent1 withdraw- - ing how well customers of our store ney to make your very good morning tell Gov of tlm Treamry noles tf 1890 the spoke of dumb irlains Cough KemeJy of that ood morning that came so many to issue nottstotho par value of 1 concuded to try it One hall a bo Sullin r Tee Reduced to Ji 50 per hhil and 1 per cent Coiiimihsion hundrei years ago when the little Child tie It is quite tlio regular tliinj to flud firt wakened on this earth the bonds deposited by tl em in the cured me entiiey You want JBrtasury instead of to 90 per cent only J A Van Vitlzth Ilughenville Pa fault with tlio wvatlit r forocutR isiucd to think of the gifts that were brought from AVxtililiigton and local hurcauB pnH nt tio redutioii of the tax sajs to Him itul what they tj pilled Climubf Haitis Cough Iteinedy You Ijiat Surely because we expect too a want to have your heart full of joy and Ijtipou their circulation to cie fourth of has proven so valuable that J do not pn Hsicncu from fallible mm When love nud hope so full that it will briiu line percent and couch 4 ins fir the hesitato to lecjiumend it to any one Tills l Ihi IOit lnnrlfct nml oun Ii tlio tnt linun tn plilp to Wo mnli lllnrnl ml we remember that observations In the I o linvo Inttor fucllitltH limn ntlirr linuvi In Imvinis vnnitX mi iiimlRnniiits Itcslilct establishment of branci binks in the Dr P Winger Kphrate Pa says ovr ami the rest of Ihe world share it v Kt you tlm top iirico nml ay spol riili many lurKu factnrliM In tiipily mil In upper strata of air are etill practically wilh you You want to tell In your Smaller towns Andrew Jackson would triulu No raviliUK nKiiiti blilp nil uiir uul nml farm produce Ulrirt In Mr J D Kline a cigar maker of this think Democracy had ost its meaning place reports h complete cure of his unattainable and yet that those high re- speech antl In jour ejts aid from ynui could he road this inessige tf the latest cough with 60 cent bottle of Chamber Â¬ ligions are liable to exjrt sullen mil i 110 Third Street or 013 to 310 Murrell Court LOUISVILLZ KY Yon heart of tho gladness ol the time democratic Piesldent lains Cough Kemedy alter lm had tiled ence upon the lower strata from whoseÂ¬ went to rnako this gladness go out tp conditions the forecast lias been calculat- 601110 onu who is in grief Thete aro the LousviIe Henderson SSt Louis RyCo Unibir this programme tlio people others which had failed For sale a 25 ed then wo hi ml I be ready to concede days whi n you loulil have new milliot m of boms to pay and 50 centi- nil tl lli I lljil llilll bottle by A M Fisher mitt need give of your lit 0 iill ft a N il Ill 111 II KM f MM HWiif VPv that the bun au docs grttt things By good thiog and among nil your possees nttrest upon issued to ti ke up the green- - Druggist means of its work the aveiage farmer ions the e is nothing so good as a belief tacks They would ouly efcapo tho IJ iVillDI I IV n V XifIM i WilfiL ir IP 41 or coastwise mariner can gain knowledge in God and a hop t for the future That r ruA i j fiMuna l Plii l n vils of a contracted cunene by grace of I Frods For Poultry Tuning irrcct at a given moment o general conditions Vhebaukp and for every dodir out out The uatu al food of foln Is noupesed in the moat remote regions rs well rs in wrB whet the little Child ceme to tell At 6C0 oclck A U Sundy Har 22r 1895 y the banks tie tnxpaers would have of iiiptfels and gra seeds V SK lo tho do- Â¬ his own immediate neighborhood It about Suiely the Chrhtmnstide is the o pay interest on a like amount in mestic fenst of all others that appeals to women IVeil Hound Trnini Kfiit Bound Tram condition we allow rrrin g ass works entirely la the line with the co-tfs 7A nv jonds locked up in the Tieamry At all and meat UMrKLfflto V fesT A Tmkevs and chick in ilrlnk operative instinct that thrill our age and as the story is told again and again V ll At 41 mts tho volumi cf the cur oucy in the very little water when Mail A fndinc and een the feeblest aded and advised by trained by tho bells as they ring by the carols Eiprn Mail A STATIONS Exprs Kxpr country would bercguated by he banks ducks and as they aro aung by the preacher in tho peHe resort to wn er wiien experts Of course ciops still Fuller and their reguli lion would rccepd from feeding sometimes in we know that Unto us a Child Dily Dally Dally Dally iiii Jlit order to wish from violent storms and ships are pulpit rfvPr--Cof profit 63Upni 766un IvUan 12 lpin motives not of patriotism but Opo their bills mote than to drink Bays the wrecked The farmer cannot go and up Is bom nud peace and good will reign 615 8U7 7 IS Kentucky bt 12 31 The Govtrnmeat would b out of the Poultry Keeper all over the laud Let peace and good 7 20 8 Westlolnt 1155am 710 root his crops just because a cyclone is 11 tO 7 21 7 C7 Howard 8 4K banking bueinets with a vei geance and This brings up the mestion of the pro Â¬ coming But more than once in every win uo in your Heart nnd irom you 7JJ 8 57 Wlllnwdalc 6 69 1141 9 01 ltock Haven 1135 thjy will go and spread all over the land 7 38 653 ixue nauKB wouiu uuuer evt u Ului now priety of feeding soft food It is kiu wn year each farmer and seaman la greatly U12 6 47 715 IonKllranch 1127 to take up the buslatss ofgov- - that ground gialaabsorbs Is ue able 11 Id 63V U22 755 llrandcnhurK larpj voir me aided by Ids knowledge of the probnblli It to the women thank God that the 8 04 11 09 9 31 Kkron 632 brnment happineis of the Christmastide specially 813 of water and when the mixture is appar- Â¬ 6 24 9 40 1100 Guiton tits of twenty four hours Hnd thereby 8 20 There are mil or polirs of value in the ently dry quite a larg j 9 49 Irvlngton 1051 616 And women are generous proportion of are dollars and lives most freely saved couhb them never would have given else 8 21 10 42 9 57 6 03 Webster one of hei 8 37 residents plat To replac the Treas water exists in it though more so w 10 07 10 3J Lodiburg 555 len The fateful moment of tlio season Is nat- Sen to the that all mght live bho gave 8 45 10 J 5 48 Iierce lOli ury notes with dlver coin oidd not be the mixture is very moist 10 20 5 43 Sauiple uud sloj py urally dillerorit for every locality so that to all tho world her only Son the gift 8 50 102 n unwlro plan though to le them stand 10 11 Sitephenspntt 1028 5 35 858 It Is not beneficial water as lite results each huur throughout the year some one that meant eternal life 10 33 10 00 5 31 V01 Addison as they are meiely uemolst lug the not are sometime Injurious 10 01 1035 906 Holt 529 bowil dismsi gains immense bent fit from hU foie 10 4 9 60 S 17 Cloverport 918 ion that they an redeemable in gold on Why suffer with Coughs Colds and The Prr sldentn Cnrreiioy Prrgtnmme Â¬ CopyrlgUed Sales Ol Bend your name tor SouTtnir the Woflu ot Eugene Field FIELDFLOWERS Breckinridge NORMAL College Second Term Opens Nov Pctltj0y 10 1S90 Â¬ Â¬ I I JJ I If Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lbert 1 1 Hoods Sarsaparilla A Decayed Tooth jSsSts Â¬ J il 1 T ugj ofl Brandenburg 1 1 11 Breckenridge county Folks Holiday Presents GEORGE WOLF CO Watches Diamonds 4th Silver Ware Onyx Tables Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Street u Â¬ Independent Southeast GOLDEN RULE of Twelfth Â¬ Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Main LOUISVILLE AT gibt rat r WOOL WOOL Â¬ HERNDON CARTER CO I pr isro 10 TIME SCHEDULE Â¬ MJ8WW J m iJviV17r mmmmsswmmmi fmVi taFxim 1 J 1 Wif m - KAS i i vfifl m Jhaa w Kra tar X 10 7 Â¬ demand of tlio holder wou d bu wissr If wo must relinquish the purely govern- Â¬ mental function of issuiDg paper money to the banks it is well to not discourage Its exercise by a too hiavy tax on circu jatoiu But these are minor pfinp mere pallativcs which might he employ- eu 10 relieve a iuorouPuiy uau sjBiem he cure for listing ills lies deeper and ias not been touched by the President lis eagerness to avoid it suggests that he ifs given a imnureu thoughts to the auks for each one to tie people Did YouEyer jTry Eh ctrlo letters as a remedy for your iruuuii o i ai iiui jjui ii uuuiu tiuvv niiu got relief This medicine has been found jo be peculiarly adapted to the relief and re oi an remiue iuuipiaiiiis exening and indigestion prevailing It is better to leed all food dry if job bible and keep a trough full of witer where the fowls can tako what quactity they desire Even ground food may be given in a dry condition the different substances used being thoroughly mixed and placed in a trough When chicks are fed they have corn meal moistened several times a day and bowl diseasu results simply becauso too much water is forced upon them in food The fowls never resort to wet food when they can get dry kinds nnd this is a matter that deserves attention Â¬ warned condition A LuGrippew hen Laxativk will cure you hi onu day Uiiomo Quinine Â¬ wonderful direct influence in giving trength and tone to the organs If you lave Uss oi Appetite Uonstlpatlon leadaclie Fainting Spells or are Ner- oup Sleepless Excitable Melancholy r troubled with Dzzy Speds Electtic ltters Istho mediclnoyou need Healll jind Strength are guaranteed by its use ifty ceuUand flOOat A It Fisheis rug Store In Memoriani In loving rememberance of Miss Hattle eauclmmp wlio waa born Jan 3 1809 nd departed this life Deo 4 1890 at the omo of her parents Mr and Mrs Oiaw- fford lieauchamp near Sample Ky and as buried in the Ilardlnaburg Catholic raetery of which rhurch she has been staunch member fur five years She eav s mother father three brothers and host of friends who mourn her low You iliall let I ho weay nljht Never b ought yi u Jroim- - Ilka this You tSa I lha monlrg llfht Shall not walo ou fram your blUa Olad wvia you In cf d ihn lihr Death hat o qui red with u kl Tim y reed watch nij more Uvging feet the tare l run luinaiiaii PURELY VEGETABLE Tho choupcat tnircst nnd best family mcdl elno la the world t An elteitual simclllo for nil dlaeiuua of tlio llverHtomacli anil Hplcen lteKUlato tlio IIvor ana prevent Cltllli nnd Fever Malurloua Kevers llowcl CompluluU Itvatlesancxa Juundleooud Nausea HAD I1UKVT1II AluviiKlia llh II I o- NotlilngUao unpleasant iiothlng so com mon as iv bud breath uud III nearly every case it come fnini tho stomach und can be so easily corrected If you will take Hliiimons ltvec iicuuiaior io inn uegieci no sure a remedy for this repulsive disorder It wilt uiso iiunrovo your uppcttto complexion and eeneral liealtl CONSTIPATION should not bo regarded as a trlfllnjr ailment In fact iiuturedemundstheutmoslreKUlarlty of tho bowels nnd nny deviation from this demand paves the way often to serious dan Iter It Is quite ajiiocuasary to remavo Impure accumulation from the bowels as It Is to eat or slucp and no liculth can bo expected where a costive habit of body prevails SICK HEADACHE This distressing affliction occurs most fre- Â¬ quently The disturbance of tho stomach urlalng from tho Imperfectly digested oon tents causes a severe pain In the bead accompanied with disagreeable nausea nnd this constitute what Is popularly known as Hick Headache for the relief of whlob take Hlmmons Liver Kegulatpr 11 rf ally brave deed alwajs arona s en- Â¬ thusiasm and not all brave deeds call for blood With the hoarse pulsation of the drum in his ear the rattle of mus ketry on evt ry side the fretzy of mar- Â¬ tial music in his veins swrpt onward hy the uuthusiasm ol shouts and of mimberp the soldiers will glory in throwing away his life like a flower But we are all called to a heroism tar transcending that a heroism that keppi us quietly nnd unobtrusively working for national and personal betterment in our little sphere unknown to tho rest of the world tin cheered hy the applause of men unaided by the hoarse throated cannon Let me give publicity to ono such brave deeds at least The newnpapers from east and west have contained casual rcferenc h to the recent burning ol toll gate by mobs iu Kentucky Hght In the dlsulTected re Â¬ gion lives the editor of tlm Vanceburg Sun terribly dependent upon his local Yet patrons as all country editors are on his first page bu placis a notice Uo columns wide and surrounded by a bor- Â¬ der Abbrevisted it iaas oPob Tho Pun Is has always been and al Â¬ ways will bo bo long as th present mar ngement Las tliea sn in Ha columns an advocate of tl o freotiirn plkusjsin It has carried and tho result is aanired We now burn that there is a move on foot among some of tho cltlz ns tosupeis ile the proper courro and to u u force in making them free at It force Is to lm used in onco advancoof tbolaw vte will take up tlio cause of tho gaoi and do all we can to bring tl 0 guilty tmrti s to justicrt Woara fur Iwis county ita people and their Interests an lung as they ahldf but not other Â¬ by the will of JuMh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Does not pro- Â¬ duce the ringing in the head like Sul phate of Quiniuo Put up in tablets convenient for taking Guaranteed to cure Price 25 Cents or money refunded For sale by A K Fisher W K IIATtNHS A It 9 33 9 44 9 58 08 1015 1026 1033 10 922 951 10 5i 1102 1112 11211 Hawesvillc fewisport Waitman Powers Falcon Shops Sklllman 1125 1135 1142 letrle lates 9 46 9 35 9 25 02 65 43 31 25 514 5 03 1 4 4 4 4 KINCHEl OB BARNES KINCHEL0E I2IMpm 1415 12 26 1100 12 91 1115 1231 1104 12 40 1115 12 47 1123 1131pm 12 54 10 48 llfiUm Owentboro Worthington Heads SpotUvllle Mattlntrly Griffith Stanley 9 8 8 8 8 917 911 46 40 31 26 fS GTlio 814 8 09 8 05 7 58 7 51 7 43 7 38 7 20aro 416 416 355 3 44 3 39 3 36 3 SO 3 23 Repairs SAWS of All Kinds lurtiiulnr attention givim to lepalriiiB lara Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Specialty rjx2tfiilr Rockport Saw Works KOOlCOILr I3ST3D 1165pm U38orr 100 1 15pmr llcndern St L llaisett lv 316 310 2i5pQ Kvery Saw Hnrraiiteil Kvery Saw tceteil hy stcnin heforo it leaves the shop VorkniauHhii tliu very hett Wo want Saws that other Bhops hao Prices lower Hutu nny shop in America failed on to prove our bkill as Saw repairers Mark your nniue on Saws anil Kenil a letter of advice no to repairs wanted Address ATTORNEYS AT LAW HAROINSBURO KY Collections and enforcement of liens given special attentioo THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS l Rockport Ind ti ITy Fordsvlle Branch TIKE TABLE No 9 GRDVE TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1805 PUNGTUROID Mends Punctured Tires While Yon Kule anil West Hound Trains Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No5 No 1 11 lOarr 1150 1205pm 1211 Kast Hound Train Dally Dally STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Harred Junction llsrdlnihurg Jolly Glctidcnc Junction Kirk IrvlnKton Ai Garfield No a No 9 20an 810 7 60 7 40 7 30 f Iv It ii 35 1258 12 KEEPS THEM MENDED 115 7 00 6 30 6 20 A 00 6 37 110 128 1 650 2 20 iM 15 230 254 309 2 41 arKalltltnuirhh Dempster llocktale Ilutb A si Irs Oiks Mitchell Dempster qvVv rf 627 516 508 3 20 340Pm ArFnriWvillelv 4 60 4 41 4 35am No taking out of valves Guaranteed not to injure tires One treatment insures your tires gainst leaks for a year Cut eontaliiiiiK enough Puiicluroid for two tires lor Sale hy Bicyce Dealers or sent postpaid to any nddrtss on receipt of 1 yy No Walking Home stiri Price S099jQt9sPijS 100 CHELSEA MASS ii s t4jb CHILL TONIC 13 TABTELESB Puncturoiu ft 11 Mfg Co RATES jtfft j 7W eVeVPCROAY Thtmonttsntr llu located HotllntrwcitU sirfr WARRANTED PurtiltodlotneCo JUST AS COOD FOR ADULT PRICE wise as I ImvniUMn for a long atLATiA r b- - Ilai It Iivinjlon Ky I iho nib fngulh xyi n ved r ne p ace A III - llliMii Has J tt KVKKY IACKAOK W the Z ktamn In red oh the wratr II ZKIUN A CO 11illdt4ta inntlcmoni We Kild last rear 600 bottle of This hnshraxu an editorial utterance 4tOVLrt UAUTIiLKsa C1IIIJ TOM O and bare timo ami is ouitbt I itreu aruu already Ihl year la all oar ex rleiuu nt 11 rear in Ibe drug butsM bT grandly refreshing niter that which takes lercri Id en antel thai gore ucb nalrefMuaaUa- UOlbD aa juur V wto Youii tralr iMit the life si much writing that Awiarauut A00 has not KtIouUMo 60 cts m uw Sr In orb night by applying gle Eye Salve Cracked hands and thpped ikln cured Sutherland Ea Â¬ i UHNuc TS1 JOUISYILLE KY O iijww i mmmimm THE i HRE3LGKELNRIIDQEI NETWS GLOYERPORT KY I MljMICT RUSH IF YOU WAIJT Last week our stock of Holiday Gc BI P pf- opened lo the public great throngs ods visited our store to see the magnificant displays It was one of the largest we have ever made and this is saying a great deal as we each year have had splen did ones But this year we ourselves acknowledge its surpemacy over all others To day You See It To morrow Its Gone How aggravating it is to come back after something you saw yesterday and find it gone But an army of enthusiastic buyers are passing down the counters gathering gifts for the loved ones Heres a present for Father and then one for Mother then Sister and Brother and then theres the girls best fellow and the fellows best girl they are all out seeking for something for a gift No wonder the crowds grow bigger If you want a present COME THIS WEEK each day and the shelves are growing emptier As die lady said yesterday when she had some pretty novelties laid aside for her S AggSf Uy 1 Zk M r Jk HT i jA ftLtffeM tfftdlMMVL jjtaJJ Child Sewing Maelilne on ij Chinaware This week we ofier a new line of the high grade ware nr i I THE JAPANESE P m Curious quaint people aint they nations in fine delicate Chinaware this land We have of cuiious To bee them on exhibition et they excel all other one would not think they could io anything If i i iitF riTSiTi X2 Jj v just received direct fiom people a line of Tokio vsJMUl 5T Little girls here is the boss present of the season A real Sewing Machine that does the work of a d0 or 50 machine No parts to get out of order The machine is almost like the picture here except it has no drawers as shown in the engraving yet as to the sewing quality it cant be beat Make your own clothes and dollies too Learn the little ones to sew it will give them ideas that will be a benefit to thent when grown C i- - Ji i such as Royal Crown Woi Chester Beeleke Diesden and Royal In this high art in Â¬ 1 sj pillB- - China you will find such useful articles as Berry Bowls Salads and Orange Bowls Comports in the Delph Style Ice Cream Sets Baking Sets Celery Trays Cake Plates Bone All the latest Plates Dcscit Plates Artistic Designs in Pitcher novelties in Delph ware We in this line carry only the very latest culled from all the great distributing points therefore giving you the cream of selection Dont miss seeing the new novelties in Ice Cieam and Baking Sets Only two more left m li ware for delicacy and richness was neer seen in this city before In this line is sonic of the quaintest designs you ever saw If jou want a rare piesent liere is a chance to get one that is high up in the pottery ait this line at once Admirers of this waie will do well to see WlatA Li fc i CLOTHING i fe mWvvMi I mm l vzmy 7rmi afv ntM WWi 1 I Happy Chr istmas will be to all it nun TT M SPORTING GOODS iiuuui 1 assembled in the parlor uivi I TTIclilnrr x lauiiig clad in good warm shoes from our Shoe Rod or a Gun nothing better h to please a large boy one of these presents and let us show you outfit a than Come good mjc Mmxwm Hfirtr JMmt rMwmi i Department m Deception distroys confidence i W52 niHJNMu rTT JV i I A Inlegiity wins it 1lality Our suits wilh hc fl are of tested irood standard Make some happy with a pair of Shoes pMmi lcIihc nicest of cut Wc often won WASH LINENS Never has any house keeper too much Linen around the house Why not surprise mother with some new Table Cloths Towels or Napkins In the way of choice linens for table Come use we arc hard to beat and see dKmmiiJMj 11 V Candy 3M8JlfilEMti Fruits arid Huts m der if the men and boys who come here were made to fit our clothes Then there are our Overcoats Shirts and nice IIat Tie Collars and Cufls all come in for their share of praise they all make fine Christmas presents and great stacks to select from Great stacks of them for the Holidays us for this line Leave your orders with CLOTHING m k- t S Grand ma and Grandma would like a good pair of Spec- Â¬ tacles for Xmas How About a Fancy Basket Of Fruit and Cndy to send to your girl Our window dresser trims all our baskets and they arc beauties Price to suit all purses tesiiE5 MM H Nearly a Month Kg 1 PAWJili rvmrw reiS uWa ZliMUMJZ i k GROCEEY DEPARTMENT At our family board then let joy only reign Where parents and children weVe met once again i And this store was full of it The pleasure of anticipa- Â¬ m ti We do our best to tion of getting ready are best of all psffiGOR tirmake our store seem like wandering in Fairy land Beauty everywhere no wonder every child claims an interest in our store All eyes for the last six weeks has been on us But to serve the people right has been our aim No business have built upon a surer foundation than the busi ness of this establishment Come and See Everything just as advertised lj Jmm lit fl Of Christmas V v Let us live oer the past forget nil - our sorrow I3e joyous to day -- een though grief Krf w come tc morrow mslmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmm SULZER 3 s AINT THAT RIGHT Cant live this life but onco then why not enjoy it we have in our Grocery Department lots to cat Get every thing needful for Christmas cooking J 1 6S Awarded Highest Pair lmlU frullB at Iteldels Fire works at Hledel Coh A Gibson Fire crackers In tlio lead for X inns goodii Bab bagos Jacob llaldefl Is confined to his room again THEt BRQKRNRroQm NE1WS OLOYERPORT KY Tutts Pills REPUBLICANS Knights Grgory A duty you owe your friends Is to have a first class picture made of yourself slcli as you can get at Sliullp Lovers reconciled aud speedy mar Â¬ riages brought on all on account of hav Â¬ ing pictures made at Knights Gallery The Mora photograph etaml is the latest neatest and best You will find them only at tbo picture gallery in Cloverport Next Sunday mnrnltig nnd evening there will bo an oirjring made at the Methodist church for one or niori ot the benevolent collections ordered by tin Annual Confererce EovlopfB have been pent to the members Please hrii g the offering to the church great nr small Sunday morning or evening INv S X Hall Presiding Eldtr of Bowlinz Green district of the M E c urrh South died nt ills homo in LouIm vllle last Monday morning after it weeks Mm si of pneumonia He was II years old and was Presiding Elder of this dis trict for several years and one of the oldi s preachers in the conference He leacj a wife nnd two children Xfhu Short Line paid off last Faurday Their pay roll amounts to J8 10 a mouth The business of this company we are glad to suv is improving rapidly and they have n fine product abend for R c nt tests of tbe future business mines nt Victoria established the fact beyond question that there is coal enough there to run ten or fifteen years of the Company yet Tho busims undiT the present minngemont Messrs Harris and Heron is now paying its own wny n thing neyer known biford in the history of the Company The sad nowsofthe sudden death of Mrs Eliza Holt widow of the late Dr J R Holt of this city shocked her many relntives and friends in this city Monday night She died nt her home Iu Owensboro nt 0 oclock Monday ovei ing from a stroke of paralysis Mrs Holt is a native of this city having been born andrcartd here She is a sister of Sir Fred Walters and Mrs Chas May prominent and life long citizens of this pace Her n linins will be brought here on the 10 oclock trnin this inorningnnd the fun eral will beheld thiaaftttriiootiat oclock We are sorry that we have not the space to give a more extended notice of thU excellent woman and her life Â¬ Â¬ 3 Jubilant Jolly and Hopeful Moot Rosoluto And Call a Primary Hot coffee hot coffee at tbo City CREAM Bakery Salt at OOcents n barrel at Addiajn Dick Addison Ladles if it is n kercbelf ynu want we Cure All Liver Ills Secret of Beauty is BAIiNS MOST For Saturday Fibruary 27th to SoUct Nominoos mwm have it Vests PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge i News 10 1890 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER LOCAL BRhVITIES A el Vest Vest Vest Vest Tojb toys toys Uabbages Haynea Soap soap Short Dolls dolls dolls City Bakery Frtsh candks for Christmas Hied 8 Spectacles ties spictacles Short Hay Lunches served Xtnas week at Ilieilel Cob Kino candies for Christmas at Bab bagee Pretty banquet aud reading lamps Grant will preach at Holt next Sundny Like the Japs wu can brat anybody in China ware SuV ra Goto the City Bakery for Christmas candies uute and fruits Your best girl expecta one of those handsome presents at Sulzera There will bo no preaching at the Presbyterian church in xt Sunday Candy great stacks cf it come to us for all kind of swet tuess Suzrs Walch our windowE thov tell the old old story uiore attractions SuzorM The little girls and boys are wild over our line of Christmas goods visit us Vests Whats nicer than a good comfortable pair of shoes to wear come to Bee lis Vests Every clerk evi ry depaituient at your service to help you have a Merry Christ inns Suz rs Boys how about fire crackerp roman candles aud sky rockets we have lots of Rev Donald M health The secret of health is the power to digest and asrim ilatc a proper quanity of food This can never be done when the liver does not act its part Pills are an absolute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation torpid liver piles jaundice bilious fever bilious- Â¬ ness and kindred diseases Â¬ Stanford and Lewis Endorsed Tutts Liver Doyou know this Suz irs Babbages will be tbo place to get your X mas goods Florida oranges dirt cheap Addison Dick Addison How about a clock for a Christmas present Sulzera The clover creek bridge fctill remains in an unsafe condition Neck wear will make a nice present see our The wonder of tbo town is the quaint Japanese ware at Suzjrs Choice green coffee 15 eta per pound line--Sulz- at Addison Dick Addison Frank Payne and J D Babbage went to Hardinsburg Monday to attend court No matter how costly or how Bmall the present we can please you Sulzers Dont wait until the last moment for Christmas goods Come to day Su z irs The largest display of handkerchiefs over made iu this city beloro is by us Vests btalliou wni sold Splendor tbo fine harness and saddle at auction last Siturday at Elron Your attention is called to Gregory Gibbons advertisement which appears in this issue llemember our goods are tbe pick of nuny Hiich we can oil r ytu some rare bargains Suzers There will be childrens service at the Methodist churt h next Sunday afternoon at 2 30 oclock Mr J D JJrashear bmer for The American Tobacco Co pad out here last week 10010 for tobacco Mr Itlcharl Vaughn in old and wealthy citiz a of Canielton Ind ditd suddenly ltat Friday night Tbe first quaiterly mcetinr for Clover port Statiou will be 1 eld on the Saturday and Sunday iu January The Cincinnati Cooperate Company were loading stave baig a at the lower wharf last week and will continue thi Messts f I Rrashear and Clarence Wheeler went to Cniuieltou on busiutss last Thuisday Eugene Uillilnud of Hoi Ky visit ed frieuds nnd relutitei liutu lust Situr day and Sunday Claude Uraslicnr of Union Star Ky who lias bien vsitiug his cousins Misi That will pay you to remember Never forget and always remem- Â¬ es Innie huiI Mannin Until o- - letiirnid Dj you know the quekest way to cute ber that we cairy the largest stock and greatest variety in Brandenburg homo Sunday a ppraiu or bruise a burn or scali Such goods Quite it number rf per pie of this place Always receiving new fall styles injuries are very common and can be attended the Fanneis Institute at cured quickly if properly treated Mr J Tobineport last Fridaj ami Saturday All -- 5 pes Good quality dnss ginghams See our fancy plaid dress goods at 15c hdd M Amerman of Forks P O Columbia aud -- 5c report a grand tune north S at Be All known Republicans nnd nil who Co Pa says I bavo never found any- Â¬ A full size hatchet 10c MmMilton Miller of Sample Ky and pei Hiosier cotton worth Cc at 4c thing to compare with Chamlx rlalns nish to allllliate witli the Rpublicnu Miss Dora lirasiiear ol this place were 50 pes best blue calico worth 0c at lc Saxony yarn high colors only Cc Pain Balm for sprains bruits and hums party in Nov 1807 will be allowed a united in holy matrimonial bonds Wed -- 5 pes bleach cotton 7c at Cc Enameld handled curry comb 5c uesilay afternoon at i oclock p in Rev 1 lot of ladles shoes all kinds nnd sizes We have used it in our family for sever- vote in tho primary Lawrence Jtllry ot R hum Ind t lliulat - bed comforts our price only -- Jc Tim Sound Money Democrats wore ing al years nnd feel that wo can not do withsome worth 2 150 1 00 our choice Dinner was served immediately 0 ptir blankets take them iilii For sale at 25 and 60 cents per cnn nended f r their patriotic oiurse in after the ceremouv out it 75c bars St Louis soap 5c the last campaign 1 lot of ladies button shoes only these bottle by A R Fisher Druggist pint tin cups 5c BLUE 1 lor children siz8 JJ 3 IIJ 4 worth 2 your choice sliot eizs 5 I 7 at 40j Conn now nnd make your selection PERSONAL i8c 15 pes nice heavy canton tltnnel 5c and avi id tho rush juot before Christ Wo will sell 125 pair mens 2 boots 25 pair mens j an pants 50c Walter Smart went to Irrtngtun Suoday Wo have as nice a selection at the muH you at 1 25 1 lot clothes brushes woith -- 5c at 10c Suzts liO do liltitfoot Miller was In the city SunJ ty riht prices its can bo found at any place moils white dress shirts at tfc lot hair brushes at IOj Geo Graham who came down home Piease tall Eoon and let m show you our 1 lot heavy duck coats KJ These coats are lot Wool dress tnnds woith I1V at lilt about four weeks auo from Ekcon with unUy Ilerms nf Louisville wa in tnwo Silt flick ot new and nobby rooiIh F N worth 150 but will pell them at the on a sprained uuklu is now able to be ou low price of 08c DHuy Jeo Dentloy llaneaville was inlhecity the streets Sunlay Dont for get that we have been h ad Our clothing dejnrtment is full of all seasons choico goods and at Mrs Ann M Young a splendid old OH sam CHI Al Fred Fralie went to Loulsvlllo Sund y Improved LhMter White ami Poland China tho lowest popbihle prices quarters for Santa Claus for the past evening Fall capes and jackets at rock bottori prices woman dit il nt her home in Hickman o 7343 anil iiraa ey rigificnei mi swine twenty years Our sock thin var is Highest market price paid for your dried fruit wool chickens feathers aliffitimv herd Kylaet Friday Djc Jl She was an UlkCCo Wyandot U V O Ilabbage Hardinsburg was in town Uranus AU h L t ltockt Saturday all new Babbages etc Wehavo also added n now grocery department Give us a mint of Mrs J D Rabbage of this city S C 11 I ehom kii1 Kmbden etn Hijh egg scoring uvorub e W L Smith of Lenisport was In the city and well known iu Meade county where and I 00prize 7stock r till y packu IKgioo p r 15 cull will change our nice Remember we tor hippjn pur caret Your pmrimayp kind y n Iititfii tat stictum she lived for ssveral years She was in Hue of holiday goods for country pro last ween Itevifcilultv Kuaraiitecd aj in tho lir eightieth year J T Dotkctt of Henderson duce and give market prieep bring them II APAUKS Clifton Mills Kv BRANDENBURC KY them Suzers If tliis open sot winter continuep this is the season when we will have tbe other big Ihod Mrs George Mason of St Joseph Mo speut Thursday and Friday with Mr and Mrs J C Jarboe Nothing is more appreciated than a nice box of candy for a Christmas present See Bahbaitos It makes one hungry to fctep in our grocery department bo many good things to eat Sulzers L S4t and Mrs J E Hanks of Addison were in the city Friday buying Christmas-tricks for their babies Richard Owen of Gleiidi ane was iu the city Saturday He shipped n car load of cattle Sunday to Lnuisville Rion Jolly wa in town yesterday looking up his Republinui friends getting them iu line for the prime ry Raw S G Sblly is preaching at Holt this week but will fill his legular ap- Â¬ pointment in this city next Sunday If nice fresh and choice groceihs fruits nutp candies lire wanted DJluy will sell them to you nt right prices Splendid excellent brilliant is what overybody sayn about our lirpiaj of Christinas novelties Bee them not Â¬ Â¬ thai wilt produce Ilevenue sufficient lo inert oblintiona uion thepirt of the State now d ie nnd t u Income due and Wiikkbm there should In as large a ItipuWicin nnjorityli the United hturj Senate us It ii possi Â¬ ble for us lo have In order to malnUin ourprtscnt tem of sound currincy and to tn it Klinlesome tnir taws be It KtMLKn by this Ciinimitlcc rriirrse itipi the llepubllcas f llreclen lile county that it a thoimprmive duly of Gov Ilradley tocill an extra eiln of be enlucky legislature at thee rlir po lhle time tn order to pasn Itevenue bill and to elicta Itipubllcan Senator rom this Stae Wiiikvav we recognlre In Itnn Chas lllmfir I a life ong aud staunch Kern lean ja inanof reco nied ability ilcsi nlng reciKnltion of a luli onler by hit par y l- - It Hrmim fii that we recommend hm as ibe man In cicry rupee t filled fc- - the offi eof Marshall for tlmDistrLt tf Kentucky mil we luartlly endorse him f Jr the lame In IlAimiNPiitita Dec 15 Special 1 lie Republican Coiiity Committee met here JIoi hy Dec 14 with seventeen of tins eighteen cotnmlltppmen present It wih ilteltled to hold a Primary elect ion on Saturday February U 1807 at which nil known R publican nud all who vIah toofllciate with the parly may vote Tho following resolutions wero adopt Â¬ ed WliKRrAs a rcveme I iw li aoliivty nrcmiry Â¬ JjrL Afar In his ice bound palace Ry the frozn polar sea Santa Clau and his helpers Arc busy as they can bp Tiiiv coats htts and Dresses And a lioit of things bpsides I hat Itrnnle Itoudare making ForSulzrs Christmas title And now as tho Christmas sou Draws rapidly on a pace Tutts Liver Pills HARDIN GROVE IND Miss Lous Hardin has a severe cold Mrs Sue Wheeler is sick with la set A ihl Star grippe Jack Maltingly vioitcd Miss Millie Hardin Futility Miss Daisy Wheeler returned homo from Rome Wcdnerdity Ed Whitehead of Cloverport visited They are tolling late and caily In Sulzsrs working plaoe Ab tho work grows f tster They are adding more and more To the pile of tlrownle clippings Strewed over SuIts store And now the days go swiftly Christmas is almost here Rriuging It bounteous blessing To the children far nud near And when the children grow Impatient And think time kos too slow Let the little children come and sre What the brownie left at Sul rs storo - frx MS Clarence Wheeler Wedneftky Elmer Wheeler atteudi d tho Teachers Institute nt lrby Saturday Miss Cornelia Rrashear attended church at Rome Sunday morning Mi sirs J I Hrtshcar nnd Claude irashear went to Cauneltnn Monday Tom De In hunt of Cannelten will be one of the visitors of this pi nee ChristÂ¬ The Hon Jno V Iwis lias endeared himself to tho people of his District by his f arlefs nnd courageous fight for Re Â¬ public in success we are for liiiu for nny honor lo which ho aspires and special Â¬ ly endotso him for tho collectorsbip of the Louisville Internal Revenue District Adjourned A It Kinciiklok Chriun Ulint P Hook Scuy notks It was the best attended and most har monious meeting the Committee ever Â¬ mas Mias Eunice Wheeler visited her cou sin Miss Stuart Groves Saturday and Â¬ Sunday OUSTTEK Â¬ Â¬ SPRING HERD 15 1 1 1 1 Â¬ GEO YEAKEL CO into FN DHuys fit week Remember you can git the best ladys DickV Ad- Â¬ capes or cloaks at Addition dison for less money than anywhere else We coma to you this year with one of the best selected lines of holday goods in the city A mibtako will be made if you dout visit us Babbnges VMlss Elu Pophani who has been in Owcnbboro attending rchiol is tit home to spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mis M F Popham Wrfr John Lewis Henry sold last week to Piggott Jolly a two year old te r weighing 1800 pounds for 72 Who says it doeunt pay to raise good cattle f 7- Messrs Dunn and Abraham of Louis- Â¬ Ever been in our etor j If you have not dont fall to come during the hol- Â¬ ville Government Inspeclo s of steam- Â¬ boats on tider way to TroyIud stopped idayslota of pretty tliii gs to see oil Monday and took a look at the Vests One of tbo most desirable gifta for steamer Cloverport The Gltiauicr Band are preparing a Christmas Is a nico gold watch ladles or very attractive entertainment for the Get our prices Shoit gentlercen Sunday Sihoo which will take place ilaynes To days prices will start the buying Christmas night Tnin will be fici to procession our way and keep it going all the friends of the band Only a little over a week until Christ Â¬ from now until ChriBtmac money aivers mas Plepse we our holiday hints in tor you Sulzsra As Burely as tbe needlo turca to tbe another column and act accordirgly pole bo surely will the people turn to Be sure aud call and see our nice line the store that protect tbe peoples of holiday goods F N DHuy Mr Carl Dellavon of Cloverport was Interest Sulzera very important Mrs Emma J Walker died of con- in town lat week on Whether Mr DjHs busi- Â¬ sumption at the homo of her father business Â¬ Charlos Elder last Thursday evening ness will prove satisfactory to him re mains yet to be seen There are others She was buried at HardlnBburg Fordsvillo Express Karl MIsi Florooco Lewis who hatfeen Queensware this line is too great to confined to her room with a sprained give you much of au idea but will fay ankle is very much belter and is able that our assortment surpasses any pre- Â¬ to be with Win Vest A Sons again vious purchases for the holiduyr If you You can find a full lino of toy can- Â¬ cinnot come send us a mall order and dles fruita etc In fact we can fit you it will be tilled promptly Vests out complete in the holiday line at No doubt your ejoi are beginning to prices to suit tbe lirats F N DHuy fail you at night amlf are in need of a You could not miea finding our Bore pair of spectacles A largo line of all if you tried the irreslatable prices grades but we call your attention to the catch tbo under current of trade and line of gold spectacles come and ate us brings it to Uloverporld greatest store during the holidays Short fay ties Sulzers Dont forgot the doll show at the Our low price banner wav a over every Presbyterian church commencing Thun department The double store constant- Â¬ day evening This will bo the place for ly forges ahead building buslnesa greater you to get the finest dressed doll iu town and stronger by the Irresistible of low There will be other attractions such as a Japanese booth Rebecca at the pria Suzjra and childrens hats in elegant well and numerous fancy alleles for Ladles deslgnes ttrlctly at cost Friday and sale Admission lOcts Mr John E Keith has beon quite Saturday Dec 18th and 10th at the New Millinery above SuzarH Wiga and s1ck man since last Friday He did a curls at very reasonable prices Exce hard days work Thursday which threw him into convulsions that night and he lent for Xmas gifts Misses Calloway has been a very great sutTdrer ever sines It was thought Saturday night that he could not live till morning bat a chaage for the btter cam and yesterday lie was repotd very mueb better Mr Tor Infanta and Children Keith Issulhrhg from the effjes ofa gun shot wound in his head received a number of years ajp aud BrUhts dis Â¬ His unny friend bop lie may ease soon recover and be himself analo Â¬ y were the guests ot Jat II Pace Jr Sunday John 11 Elder Hardinsburg went toCtr nelton yesterday to visit blssUtir Mrs Oliai Smith Willa and Ernestine Drury of Iiewleyvllle will rpond Christmas nee It with the Mints Heron Mrs John M Irudennf Davien county was visiting her sister Mrs Joirge Kretne- last week is vlstlrg Mrs John Argood Owensbor her parents Mr and Mrs John 0 Furrow near town Miss Brook Stephens of Alt Vista was the guest of Miss Klliabeth Sklllminfur several days last week who haibeen veMrs Marlon Hambleton iling relatives in IUrren cou nly returned home Saturday Mr and Mrs Ed Hambleton ofSorghotnwn were the guetts of Mr and Mrs 0 h Light foot last week John Cummingi and Marlon File of Derby Intl were passengers up on tbo steamer It gon last Saturday who Miss Annie Younger of Hawesville Jeorge his been visiting her grand pa Younger has returned borne VMTTand Mrs Den Moorman of near Veil ville were tbe guests of Mr and Mrs T h Wroe a couple of diyi last week Hugh Ditto Owensboro paste I up yn t Hay to attend tbe marriage of his sister Miss Mar- Â¬ garet which occurred last evening Misses Eula Miller nnd Maud 8mlth of Hardinsburg were n the city a few dvs last week the guest of Miss Jennie Warfleld leorge Ureer who Iim been at her Mrs for a number of week iUuiuo In Indlmapdll tr I Friday Matthiai Miller of Hardinsburg wu In town Friday Mr and Mrs It II Tlorce went to Louis ville yesterday Jno II Cureton nf Owensb iro wis in town a fw days this week Miss Maggie Flood nf Uondirsin is v I -ing her mvtber Mrs tirilrfot Floxl Chares Hednian of Irvingion nnt S tarda with Mr an I Mrs W O A len Mrund Mrs W K roe ol Utility vllt od Mr and Mrs T L Wror lat wotk A Harris a d son W 0 Herrnf Irulsrlllc clly Â¬ PROCL AMATON Know All J fa Brothers and Sisters Old Maids and Bachelors Little Boys and Girls Grandpas and Grandmas That I Santa Claus at the hour of mid night caused my team of reindeer to stop at the store of Fathers and Mothers B F Beard HARDTNSBUllG KY S3 Co by her sister Mrs W 0 Allen went to llnndala yester Â¬ day to be present at tbe marriage nf her frltnd Miss Lena Vanraeter to Mr Harvey Uland to day Wednesday Dec 10 LJ il DELIGAT WOMEN Should Use FEMALE REGULATOR IT IS A SUPERB TONIG and exerts n wonderful influence in strengthening her system by driving through the proper chnu nel nil impurities Health and strength arc Guaranteed to result CASTORIA from Its use alter ualng UlCADtlKMJU FlIMAlU UVQV LATOlt fur two months U aetlluif well J M JOHNSON Malvern Ark BKinnKui HtetiUTOK co all BruffUto at ILM My wlto nua bedridden forctirliteen months tfsi5L And there establish my headquarters and cause my driver to unload my immense Now I solemnly warn all within my line of Xmas Goods suitable for my subjects I kingdom that they go to said store my headquarters and make their selections Co and their clerks that they must dispose of these have duly notified B F Beard goods at a very low price that none may go away disappointed and should they fail to comply with this order I solemnly promise to punish each offense as per laws of my Kingdom I further command said B F Beard Co and their clerks to receive in pay for these goods all kinds of United States Money Butter Eggs Chickens Turkeys Furs of all kinds and all other Produce that may be offered and that they pay the highest I furthermore warn all my subjects to give duo market price for samo in goods publicity to this my act Given under my hand and seal at the hour of mid night astride my big Reins SANTA CLAUS deer on tho 16th day of Dccomber189G v i- SU atunti oi pf fettle k t K - tfprp TWwfipF Tt-w- f- WUJU W WMF w liflP if - anil llllll lllllll II I ns Third Grale tMy Hojraer fude Iolk mil Matllo S coml Grade Willis First Grado Alma Perkins J II H Lou an Principal Bob Woods Gets Another Soft Job I la especially trte of t ikI IMli or no mrtT cine cut coittAlnetl to g eat curative owrr In so small smco Tbey uta a whole mrttlrlne Much in Little STEIiLINB SILVER KOVELTIES--OnD- ER FOB CHRISTMAS An eiicl cut of one fllrrlliiff Hllvcr Handle Ith steel bind fllewhlch we will encl on receipt of 9100 The llntton Hook of meptternhlflnch Send for our Cbrlstman Cata- Sundays Courier Journal says Mr It E Wood the present Assistant County Attorney was yesterday appointed Aud- Â¬ itors Agent for Inuisvllle and Jefferson county a placo paying now about 11X30 a year Foimerly tho pace was a veiy 10000 a year f At one and nettt d some When the law cutting down fees of the Auditors agents was pasted however the alue fell considerably Mr Woods formerly lived in Breckin Â¬ ridge county He is now one of the best lawyers at tho Louisville bar He will continue to fill the place of Assistant County Attorney Mr Woods friends ure urging him to make tho raco for Commonwealths Attorney next year and he will probably do so clicst lilvns rcilj- - 1 1 ways efficient nliTnjs srt lifactoryt prevent n cold or fercr cure nil llvrr 111 e sick headache J tumllce conMljut on etc Tho only Pills to tike nltb Hoods Sarsainrllla - LHDeSs Fills Innirer fMno fVntl nnlrn nt once Ratlftfnrtlon Buarnnleeit logue- free on application Mention tbia paper WM KENDRICKS SONS JEWELERS IOtUNVIlLK Mary Merer r 90 j Beltie Al- Â¬ Walker Pollock fO len Mercer 87 Sarah V Kriotf 80 Giade 2 Georgle Murphy 90 Grover Squlrep 93 Gertiudo Brown S7 Itenfro Knott 80 Harvey Shaw S5 Amy Pol Â¬ lock Grade 1 Corease Knott IU Veluia Bruner 87 Virgle Squirts SO Claude Squlrep 91 t Holiday Jood Worth Having fVl KRNTUCKYi Because our And they are going like Hot Cakes Why Everything is new prices are always right We carry nothing over Card Cases Dressing Cases Cigar Cases Pocket Books Albums Bibles Poems Novels Work Boxes Shaving Cases Lamps Vases Bisque Ornaments Oil Paintings A SPECIAL DISCOVERY Â¬ 0HI0AGO Nov 15 An extraordinary astronomical disLast night covery has just shocked tho scientific world caugnt sight of a comet of tho first magnitude Prof Seefar As its brilliant tail flashed through the heavens the Professor to his profound astonishment found that the name of S T MOORE COMPANY Manufacturers Agents was inscribed in flrey letters together with full list of tho LATEST CON- Â¬ SIGNMENTS of Furniture Carpets Show Cases Mirrors Pictures Pianos Fine and Medium Parlor Suits Reception and Turkish Chairs Lounges Rockers Hall Racks Stands Odd Tables China Closets Parlor Cabinets Leather seat Rockers Easels Upholstered Cane and Rattan Parlor Suits Etchings Steel Engravings Oil Paintings Commodes Black- Â¬ Report of District No 17 for Nov ing Oases Bed Chamber Suits in Plain Medium Antique 47 High Polish Quarter sawed Oak and Mahogany aleo an No enrolled up to date 32 endless variety of White Enameled Iron and Brass Bedsteads Average attendance for month Macy OS Cliff Emm Fifth with suits complete fancy designs well made and finished Stinnett Grade Alma Jolly Mattie 03 Saloon Fixtures Office Desks and Furniture and nine differ- Â¬ Dalton Pt Cora Kobbinc 91 Ben ent makes and forty seven different styles of Fine Folding Blair M Ben Brown 93 Kuben Brown Beds that you can gee at your own price and on terms that 0lOllie Jolly 89 Nellie Bell SS can not be bettered not forgetting that ve pay freight on Klioda Blair SS Dan Macy S7 Fourth Grade Annie Meador 9G all goods within 200 miles of Louisville 01 Bes There is Nothing So Good There is nothing just as good as Dr Kings New Iicowry for Consumption Coughs and Cold t o demand it and do not permit tint dialer to sell you somo He will not claim there Is substitute anj thing better but in order to make more profit he may claim something else to be just as good You want Dr Kings New Discovery because you know it to be safe and reliable and guaranteed to do good or money r funded For Coughs told Consumption and for all affections of Thrrat Chest and Lungs there is nothing so good at is Dr Kiugs New Trial bottle free at A K Discovery Fishers Drug Store Regular size 50 cents and 1 Shaw SO Owing to Averago attendance 37 sickness and change of weather my average is not so good as the proceeding month Parents are u ged to Bee that their children attend school regularly We exend to eaeh and everyone Inter Â¬ ested In our school a cordial iuvitation to visit us and see what we are doing On last Wednesday we were agreeably surprised by the presence of Our Meade Mr Ashcraft is County Superintendent aims tsimable gentleman andisgieat ly interested in the cars t of education He gave the pupils a m s Interesting talk encouraging them iu their work and showing them the many Vent tits de- Â¬ rived from close application Tho littc folks were greatly pleased and wlshtd we might have visit from the Superin- Â¬ tendent ofter M Kedecca Owixas Teacl Medallions Violins Guitars Mandolins Whisk Broom Dolls Doll Trunks Doll Cradles Doll Beds French Harps Fine Perfumery Fine Toilet Soaps Holders Doll Chairs Toy Stoves Tool Chests Guns Pistols Drums Trumpets Wagons Wheel Barrows Toy Books of every Description 4 Fire Works Games of all kinds c Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve In tne world for Cub Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rlieum Fe-Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price Â¬ Fon Salk bv A K 23 cents per box Arthur Stinnett W Ella Blair Oriel Kobbinp 90 Zoa Fisher sie Bell 91 Blair 87 TWICE-A-WEECOUBIER-JOUR-NA- Our stock of Candies Nuts and Fruit is immense at lowest prices We have not enough space to mention everything but cut this out bring it with you for a memorandum we will show you the rest Â¬ 10 In Gold or Silver Given awaj to our Customers 10 MANUFACTURERS AGENTS - Beginning the first of the new ytar Will the Weekly Courier Journal of Louis- Â¬ 81 Green Ave LOUIS ILLE KY k ville Ky will be changed to the First Grade Jessie Aldrige 93 Grace Courier Journnl It will be pub Â¬ Simmons 92 Frank Aldrige S9 Jesse lished Wednesdpy and Saturday morn- Â¬ S7 Nevada Rabbin Stinnett SS ings The paper will be hx pages or Michel Smoot S3 Richard Aldriue S3 twelve pages a week instead of ten pages Riley Blair SI Edgar B 11 SO Meador weekly as at present an increase of S32 Just as good for babies and children Simmons SI columns of matter during the year The absolutely harmless We mean D Bells Primary Mary Dalton 99 Annie Wednesday issue will be devoted exclu Â¬ But tfxt book knowledge is not all we of course Breckenridge News mod There is a vat fund of genenl Blair 90 Ida Macy 93 Annie West sively to the nens and politics while the Blair 80 information not found in books But S9 Cleveland Bair 81 Btlva Saturday issue will be strictly a family WEDNESDAY PKCEMBEKNi 1S90 How can we obtain thU one asks Noel Blair SO paper filled with stories miscellany Now Ijob a first class General Store where you can buy II C Joilv Teacher Anyway you can by mingling with the The poetry sketches etc picture Educational Column anything you want in the way of world by studying its working by leul politics of the paper will not be changed I B F Jackson Oliver Ga writes K HIRVOV PM r WIIT HAH- COfcDICTED ing papeis uiagazinep books etc etc aud the battle for pure Democracy and iiNm xr Ky the true Democratic principles will be con- Â¬ by associating with tie best informed consider Dr Bells In ihii colnna we hll endeavor to bare aUd best remedy I have ever taken for tho tinued successfully in the future as in Clover- people that we know We ran get much ami tucfi que Mum a wilt be oCintcreit that is valuable from lecturts termous throat and lungs or any kind of a cough com of the expense in- Â¬ the past In spite and btHit to the teacW and pupil of the etc etc The true teicher rover misses mon tchool volved in the improvements noted the Report of Clifton Mills School contribute an opportunity to learn something for All Madwri are rwpeclfull j urged to Courier-JournYou can not only buy what you want but you can sell anything you price of the Twice-a-weeon inert article not excevdiac mo void written Fifth Giade Kthel Beard 93 Kmma no bit of gneral knowledge ever comes will remain the same one dollar a have in the way of Farm Produce Timber Ties and Lumber at the one wde of IB paper on topic pertaMBg to lubhc Urrel Jordan 951 i Onward should be Ratlenheimer 93 ami in our work year with liberal inducements to agents ckool work highest market price The proprietor of this store is tho energetic and column our motto for not to go forward is to go Alma DrenduffSO Mattie BasliamOOaT Alt coeaaranicatieat concerning tbi or old subscribers who send in new ones accommodating Beulah Moredock 93 J Forest Haddock A feature during the coming year ill be addret KouM be forwarded to the atHe May Co backward 95 Herbort Haddock 95 Lucy Adkls QlKSTIONS AND ANSWEKS the editorials of Mr Henry Watterson CANNELTON IND 1 Who wrotothe Constitution of the son S3 Lee Wheeler 80 on political at other topics of the day Tliis is the day of anti this and anti Fourth Grade Lissa Kadenheimer United States Who will be glad to Bee you and have your trado that but what people ueed most nowa SS Rosa Rulenheimer90 Jesse Harris Ans Gouveneur Morris penned the A BRAVE WOMAN days if the anti bilious medicine Sim 01 Jesse Hatfield 89 Maud Beard SCJ Constitution mons Ilver Regulator the King of Liver 07 Arlee Basham 92 Lena Park 90 Elvis J How many territories are there now I ol Colton Cal Medicines and Better than Pills Parkp 87 j Ola Basham 90 Press Haynes Mrs W L Burton Ans We presume the question have nsed no other anti bilious remedy Shows tbe Blood of Her means tho number of territories within for six years and know from experience SO With us has always been to carry a new clean at- Â¬ Capital Stock 125 000 Ancestors Only the fourth and tilth grates were the present limits of the United States that for ladies of a constipated habit tractive and complete stock of seasonable goods and Surplus 97 600 This is the average they examined There are four viz Arizona New Mex nothing equals it Iuira V Craig made in all the branches ell them for the least money and we wish to an- Â¬ Â¬ Territory B F BEARD Preildent ico Oklahoma and Indian In a recent issue of the Colton CaliKileubury lla WILL MILLER Vlw Pruilnt Nellie Goodman Teacher 3 Who was called the Sage of Monti nounce to the trade that we have just opened up a new fornia Times appeared the following M B BEARD CufcUr cello which will be of more than passing in line of Report ofCloverport School for November School Report 1 Ans Thoe Jefferson terest to a large number of our readers QW BEARD -- Dlretor MORRIS ESKRIDOE I Raymond The following is a report 111 The capacity of the female bosom for R M JOLLY 4 What European countries did Julius Number girls enrolled I 10S of the Raymond school for the month timidity is one of the traditions of that Number boys enrolled Civwr conquer INTEREST PAID ON TIME rEPOSITS We organism 230 ending Dec I 1S90 Onl those rccelv woudeiful and mysterious Everything that the most exacting taste could ask conquered France Whole number pupils Ans Civwr have known ladies to detour around six 190 ing the highest grade being given Belgium and a part of the Averago daily attendance Switzerland teen blocks to avoid a barking lice and suitable as presents for father mother sister brother The well known Brands of Grade 5 Roscoe Hendry 97 Albert six milfB out of their way to avoid a horn Â¬ 8t Percent of attendance Netherlands or sweetheart can now be found at our store Never But there are exceptions and 17 Knott 94 Winfield Hendry 91 Francis less calf o What was the form of government Number cass tardiness before were Holiday designs so varied so unique Murphy SS Carleton Ater 87 Arahed one is noted herewith A tramp visitedÂ¬ 14 Number visitors at Home after the death of Cu ar the home of Mrs W L Burton and hav so numerous and so beautiful as this season and as Caslunan S3 Ans Koine became an empire ater ing an impudent air about him Mis iioll or HONOR Grade 4 Otto Mercer OS Dollie Clay we were among the first in the market we go pick Burton seized her Kentucky rifle and the death of Ctear Tenth Grade Fannie Smith Jane comb 90 Addie Knott 92 Blanche was about to use it when the human ing choice This same advantage we can give our C Explain how a minority of a people Hamlleton Kenneth Ferry Hall 91 Craytou Claycomb 87 Rebec- Â¬ misfit incontinently fl jd Otherwise he may elect a President customers if they call early would have received a dose ef lead that Ninth Grade Florence Cottrell Mary ca Hall 87 0 al Cooines SO Ans Tho electors may be chosen would have stopped him from begging For Medical use can bo had at Grade 3 Heltye Murphy 93 Ivy the baance of his days by srrmll majorities in some states and Dean Carrie Graham Birtie McGavock Is another idea that is ever uppermost in our mind EilieSwaggot Ufo Behen Joe B liIIuy The brave woman Mra W L-- Burton by large majorities in others Walter Oelie Joe Fallon and our goods have been bought to such an advan Â¬ was formerly Miss Nina Simons of To TKACIIISO AMI 00KKN1NI Eighth Grade Christina Baldes Murbinsport Ind and she is a sister of tage that we can not and will not be undersold Some teachois teach well some govern We M F Waldo and Conrad Simons Hrr hus Â¬ Alas for iel Gregory Edith Heron Ruth Haynes well somo do neither well are satisfied that no other store in Breckenridge band was born and raised in Daviess the children who according to law Irene Jarboe Maggie Lewis Lilliau Si county can compete with us in pleasing and favoring county Kentucky must go to tho last named class To be pel Hallie Warfield David May Ed you Come to sec us and if you are not convinced Clias Bibbage Chas neither governed nor taught is Indeed a mund Wroe you are under no obligations to buy It is actual merit that haagiveu Hoods calamity The best teachers know how Zirckle Sareaparilla the first place among medi Â¬ to teach and govern But the question Seventh Grade May Boldes Edna cines It is the Oue True Blood Purifier Mr E D Jenkins of Lithonia Ga arises how may young teachers learn to Jarboe Nora Perrigo Sallie Snaggot says that his daughter Ida inherited a and nerve tonic Few old teachors learn teach well Isadore Popham severe case of Eciema which the usual First We must love the work The Sixth Grade Dora Berry CUra Dyer mercury and potash remedies failed to W M BKUCK best teachers are those who have deter Mattie Graham Lessle Newton Nina relieve Year by year she was treated J - IIODGFS Secy external appli- Â¬ Irta mined to engage In the work as a life Corley Froida Riedel Maggie Wroe with various medicine remedies without A cations and internal business Be in the profession to stay or Jewe Moorman Wearda Graham result Her sufferings were intense get out at once would bo a good thing Fifth Grade Iva Wine James Cha and her condition grew steadily worse No teacher will climb pin Ben OBrien for the children All the so called blood remedies did not INCOItrOllATKt coimtr very high on the ladder of success who Fourth Grade Katie Moorman Jauus case at all until S Capital Stock 50000 1000 Shares Eell goods or expects to practice law to will Tebo Kolla Fallon SSwas given when sow on Sale at 2 Each to farm next year or tho year after an improvement Third Grade Ray Heyser Carrie was at once noticed Yes we need a double portion of that Holmep Arthur Gregory A atten- Â¬ The medicine was ord to Tobacco Growers spirit which in homely phrase is called contlnuecd with fav- Â¬ Second Grade Mattie Willis Esther n As well as high grade but reasonable prices Table we may Though stlckto itiveness orable results and mm Co is now a Polk Lizze Mattiugly The Wheel cure1 dend pater Tobacco a scheme div not win the stamp and the esteem of Popham Maude now 8De delicacies may always be found at our store The Jarv it is It Is not Babbage f fisdSfeKv sound and well ber an enterprise based and managed on ages the teaching profession is well Courtney volume of our business enables us to carry a com- Â¬ First Grade Beit ha Kobirson Min Â¬ sitin is pcriccny strictly business principles worthy of our noblest efforts and best plete stock always Our stock of Candies Fruits clear and pure and nie Cunningham Blanche Keys Edith As soon as the above dumber of shares talent she has been saved are disposed of tbe stock will advance to Nuts etc will be the best for Christmas Burns James Beavin Kobbie Wilson 4rttn wlilt threat Second We must know something to par or 100 per cent and will readily Ed Kobiuson Orvie Perkins Otto Fal ened to blight her life forever GOME AND SEE US teach Nothing in the ay of tact in Â¬ is The WairfitstHS Sttiihat Agwfs lou SSS guaranteed purely vegetable Â¬ command a premium interest business of tobacco run entirely in the dustry common sense goodness of heart KENTUCKY Following are tho names of pupils who cures Ecrema Scrofula Cancer Rheu growers the stock cannot b sold to any CLQVERPOfiT etc etc can supply the want of scholar Â¬ trouble made the highest percent In their re Â¬ matism a or any other blood always other clas or men Remember that the Local Agent ship It is real bloctl remedy and It follows then that extensive Company Is tire years old and that itia grades for the first term of three cures even aUtr all else falls Successors to POLK GREGORY preparation is absolutely necessary We spective established it U no Iongr an experi Â¬ HfiKtud Fertilized Ciifiiy aid months ending Nov 27 ment Rwrnembar we have no salaried must have a knowledge of text books far Stuiiri Oil Caiiuy Tenth Grade Jane Hamldeton r Dicers eating up the p oflta and that beyond what we expect to teach We sooK rairiKa aaosT HAXD txlsoxaot nxifAwiip ire Dealer In Ninth Grade Florence Cottrell Mary this Companys expenses are a hundred must come to our work from higher Dean Wood disease old less than any other company of the Doors Bash Blinds Yellow Pise Floor Take a blood remedy for a ground We must feel that we have Buy vnurstnek now or ship Ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding samnaii a tonic wont cure it Eighth Grade Ira Behen some reserve power for emergencies ih five hbds and gft one hart free Shingles Bait Lime Cement Seventh Grade Isidore Popham and onOnr books mosey will not You Uou will make blood and and emergencies arise in teaching Lath Plaster PbutariBg Hovioui Kafferty ngretiU Address skin diseases Uair Plow UasdlM Wit Mtrec U fetttH- - 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