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Digital page images are linked to the text file. bVSr M THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXL A CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 23 1896 with the management of affiirs on tho Island and wore sowing reeds of discon Â¬ tent among the people It was laid they wero declaring that It was neither right nor just that Stephen and John who did little labor should receive as much rs twenty families who were toiliug con Â¬ stantly Hut John as spokesman at the next publio meeting took occasion to ex Â¬ tol tho disinterested and unselDMi devo- Â¬ tion of himself and his friend Stephen to tho general welfare of their ff How citi zens Havo we not said he furntsR ed you a safe medium of exchange Havo we not done much to maintain confidence Haver wo not givon em- Â¬ ployment to labor Havo we not endeavored to develop tho resources of your island Havo we not at all times studied to advance the best interests of our beloved isanJ and without any hope of reward savo the love and es teem of our fellow citizens At the conclusion of these remarks some enthusiastic Jsander propesid a vote of confidence In the Integrity wis Â¬ dom patriotism and statesmanship of their great leaderp John and Stephen and it was carried with a hurrah only Edward Henry and one or two more voting against It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NO- - 23 STORY a Foriune Of How Two Men Made Ona Utile Island i m a j c If III - v o f fro- - amilits onco lived upon an island How they reached the island we will not now stop to enquire wheth Â¬ er by shipwreck or by voluntary ssttle ment Their united labor produced all the wealth enjoyed by the inhabitants of the Island All hands being employed In useful labor a reasonable drgree of cointort and happness But at length two of the men Stephen and John shrewder and more cunning than the others persuaded the inhab Hants of the island to adopt ad their med- Â¬ ium of exchange a certain yellow metal which they discovered on their part of the land They convinced their brethren that this yellow metal was an honest and stable measure of values and Anally in- Â¬ duced them to adopt it as their standard From thid time forward John and Steph- Â¬ en loaned Ihs yellow metal to the people They were to return 110 pieces for every 100 borrowed and they pledged their houses and lands as security for the loan John and Stephen employed a clerk to do their writing and recording of pledges or them and pursued their Investlga tions along the lines of securing even if pos ible a still more sife and stable medium of exchange for the people From the day that they got the inhab- Â¬ itants of the island to adopt as their medium of exchange their yellow metal they received besides the products of their own labor one tenth of all the prod ucts of the labor of the other ninety eight families or es much of the good tilings of life as any oiherten families on U19 island John and Stephen were doing now two onchundredths 61 the la- Â¬ bor and receiving of the wealth produced Different par- Â¬ ties began to compliment them for their businetB capacity foresight and good management John and Stephen were not satiefled liowever with what they had done for the people They continued to meet each other frequently to talk oer wajs and means of perfecting the peoples medium of exchange At laBt John hit upon a scheme to advance the interest ofthepropb materially and as he said to them in public meetings give them as sound and stable a circulating medium as it wrs possible or tie ingenuity of man to devise lie end Stephen dis-Â¬ cussed the matter at great length and finally decided to recommend their scheme to the people In brief they decided that the people did not really care to uctually handle their jellow pieces of metil all they could demand was that the yellow pieces should bu safe in Join and Steph Â¬ ens keeping when wanted They deÂ¬ cided to write p eccs of papc r promising to dellvi r to tlvi holder of t le paper as many pieces oi yellow natal as were iiamud on the paper whenever the paper should be pretentid to thim at their chests and lend Jlietutothe people In Â¬ stead of rial places cf in t til Stephen t xptaiued to th island rs ai length the heauths and amaiitagej of the new sys tem Tut piipi ret rufuates anuld be far more couyeului tfor llit people to handle in their businus and piuce the popula- Â¬ tion of the Islaid was growing and busi Â¬ ness increasing they w uld uted a lager Volume of circulating medium than their limited uumbei of pieces of yellow metal would supply Accordingly they would issue three piect s of paper forevety piece of metal they had in their sife While tho paper was far more convenient and to long as they knew the metal was there for them whenever they presented their paper and demanded it why they would never present tboir paper for redemption They said this was the crowning glory of their system So long as the metal re B3rve w as main alned In their vaults confidence would be preserved and so long as confidence rtmaiued undisturbed bus inels and trade would go on without dis- Â¬ turbance They would utilize their augmented capital in developing the re Â¬ sources of tho island and opening up new opportunities for employment Tiie new and improved system of finance was submitted to the inhabitants for their approval and needless to say Only was adoptee by a large majority two nen Edward and Henry had the temerity to yote sgainBt the improved system t was soon apparent in the affairs of the iekd that John and Stephen were right when they slid the islanders need Â¬ ed a larger circulating medium for loans mow increased rapidly Their clerk was kaptbusy writing pledges of bouses and lands given by the people to secure the kdfw The rate for loans still reimlntd the Mine ten for 100 As time pessed on John aud Stephen prospered exceedingly It is true they did sot work now so bard as formerly They Tfaay tbad much more leisure had loaaed ou safe security tbree ntases of paper for each piece of the yellow metal they had In their reserve They were bow reeelvnga very large part of all the wealth produced on the ialaad or as murh an any other tweaty iawUiaa Stephen and John in titaeba gaN to av aamnta awl carriaga and la etkar Utiuyi beflftiag their stall Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Onp hundred CONTINUED NEXT WEEK Erysipelas Perfectly Cured I highly recommend Hoods Sanapa rllla to all who sudor with scrofula rheumatism erysipelas or from any dis Â¬ ease caused by impure blood I have taken it and have found it an excellent tonic and blood purifier I havo been perfectly curod of severe attacks of ery- Â¬ sipelas by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla A E Williams Woodbury Ky Hooos Pills are easy to buy easy to take easy in effect Educational Column CONDUCTED BY K ilARMON DINSBURG AND M E AVtTT IIAR KT In this column we shall en 4e Ivor to have asked andanswend ruch queftlkras s wilt beoflntertst and berefitto the teacher and puptsof the com mon tchoos All teachers are lepeclfi Uy urg d tn cortr bute short articles not exceeding a o wo ds wrtunon one side ofthe paper on toplrs peitanlg to Public School work All communicatirns concirnin this ci lumn should be forwarded to the above address TEACHING And what is he to us we unxioup bur Whatever else s clar Â¬ dened workers ies may discover in him to this soul he Wo beseems to be just one of us lieve that his temptations were not mere theatric dlsplajs that his suffering wrs nof feigned We know wbat ngony ip not less did be in our eaten we ran too often trace it back to a breach of law but not so could he and thus the greater Wo do not poignancy iu hlssuffVrings lower him by thus thinking of him but we raise ouis lves to a higher nobler humanity Purely that wis the work he came to dol Because ho was a man man- Â¬ hood is glorious because he triumphed over evil manhood is helped to trample temptation under foot because he re Â¬ mained pure and undeflled there is ever W1SI SWINGS OK IltANKLIN just before us an examplar to copy Wq Great talkers little doers discover him to be no splitter of theolog- Â¬ Eat to live and not live to at All ical hairs no creator and enforcer of a All things are easy to industry set belief save in God the father of all things difficult to sloth from which cause we are his sons and Diligence is the mother of good luck Deeds not creeds brother of Jesus The rotten apple spoils his companion deeds are creeds his forward cry Tis Lost tlcae 1b never foundtgaiu Who pleasure gives shall Joy re- Â¬ creed enough to sie in him a --carter to Creeds first deeds afterwards imitate ceive the opposing words of those who by One to day is worth two to morrows QUESTIONS AND AttSWERS their human folly would have darkened liyvt horn were the following utterance s the light that roso in tho human heait from his career made 1 Whom can we trust now 2 Dear friends my lovo salute yon Througbjiim we see that those who all never understand their grandeur whose 3 Oh God It is all over hearts never throb with noble purpra 4 We are one nation to day and thir whose power never rejoice to run the teen to morrow race of life are those who look outward 5 I have not yet beun to fight from within perpetually m though the Am 1 Washington when learning universe circle for them alone To sich of Arnolds treason wrappeil up in self whoso souls needs 2 Wm Penn on his return to must be saved though all others perish England from his brethren In America willing to take but unwilling to give 3 Lord North ol England on dead though appearing to live to all hearing of Oornwallis surrender such his life gives rebuke From him 4 Washington we learn a truth that the grt at world 5 Paul Jones around la fast grasping j that he who 1 Wno was called the American Fab gives most gete meat he is filled with I ius good things and crowned with gloiy and Am Washington 2 Uuder what department does educa Â¬ honor imperishable who scatteittb all tional aflhlrs of the United States come of good that he has that his soul to best Ana Department of Interior Fiist Lady of the fayed whose soul to self reckoned as 3 Who to the Land naught it he can but save others To Ana The Presidents wife breath such an atmosphere of spirit af is the center tf population In 4 Where the United Statee aeeordlng to the een- - ter groveling in agony as sjme of us do afraid to live yet more afraid to die is KMOflSW Am Near Greenburp Ind to move from the air of the duogeon In What battle decided he Civil War to the ecrtacy of the mountain top- Life Ass Gettyebug lived in his way has Infinite width to it to Poet Laureate cl England Who It toW own great reward yet other re Alfred Atutln wards there be It hustiea tit etomor lav pataioM It gives a naa world-eltl- Ufa U tuqltip it enables him to a klsuaa It yMffrajor4 throttfli tka island w In every fallow J It tUrtUs ll that Hanry cad JMwwrtl wtta dlaaaifeiiad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a teacher is in the busi Granting neess to stay and that he knows w bat to teach theio are yet other things that may tuln his usefulness as a teacher He my not be conscientious as to his duty This is an important point in s curing a teacher The schoolroom oilers an opportunity for fraud A teacher can whllo away his time and draw his salary by merely keeping echool Here are some questions that a trustee should ask in securing a teacher at bast ho should know the ausvera to thiu Will Is heindustrious7 Is he houedt Will he do he tench or keep school If bo then so much in his his best favor Tin n again is ho enthusiastic Pupis draw their enthusiasm from the A Btream can rise no higher teacher than its source Another point worth corsldering is a su this Is iur Or Oocs ho know enough already dent Docs he try to Improve hiinse If iu a gun eral way by reading the literature of his calling by extending Institute teachers If ho knots imough meeting e tc without all ltejthibgp ti en berate of bun Two day m posted when a teacher can safely be s d to kuow enough The best teachers of too world are too liarlt s5 They are men aad women students who impro e eery opportunity of learn Â¬ ing something nnw A teBcher shuuld study from habit He must keep Jiim self fresh oi all the branches to be taught Mental activity on the pait of tho teach er begets luenlal activity on the part of the pupil the reverse is a ho true would-be-teach- tat AND OOVfcHNINO obscurity with a sense ol brotherhood IRVINGTON to all the great souls of all the ages It nY nem guttles the hand upward into the Divine Mrs Viltltoes sister Is visiting her Copyrighted and the narrow darken way broadens in Little Mils Annie Leo Bandy 1b on BOMB CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS to a golden shimmering spread of light the sick list To you whes hearts are crushed with up which to travel to tho real center of Mis Jane Cunningham is visiting reladumb sorrows that you cannot tell to things tives in town you whoso burdens are heavy and chafMessrs Philip Cain and Overton Ulan ing to you whose way is narrow and Wbothcr avowedly or not matters dark i to you who aro puzzcd as to the little it is his spirit that thrills the clos fordspent Sunday in town meaning of llfeand your own existence ing years of our century Against the Mrs Nannie Henderson is threatened to you I write fatalism and materialism of Mahommed with an attack of U grippe against tho selfishness and pessimism of Miss Emma Kurtz of Webster and Be patient at this season of re fat attl d- the Hindoo anxious to escape away into Mr Claycomb were gus s of Miss Mol ivision to ponder tho words of a hum Â¬ unconsciousness against the slavish wor- Â¬ lie Lyons Sunday ble soul go zing upward to interpret to ship of the past by tho Confucians we Mies Ida Gardner of Union Star ts himself tho lightning flash of unanimous see n vlrllo aggressive hopeful force at thought that leaps from country to coun- work In every nation that has fallen un- Â¬ with Mrs Sandy Ue ndry She will re main until after the holidays try at Christmas tide der tho influence of Jesus Hide bound Mr and Mrs Will Gardiner and son emancipated tho human Judaism never The great and the head wise are often mind as his influenco has done The Lcmar It M Jolly Nannie Lee Louis wrong while the humble and obscure growing thoughtfulness of man tor man and Edwin all took in the Christmas sjivo to make and tianemlt tho public is his work the spirit of Jesus is abroad sights at Lousvllle a gey time indeed opinion that gradually overthrows error to bring us together in one as human be Â¬ The following is the order of tho xer Note that the wise men were turned aside ings with mutual obligations He it is cises to be given at the Methodist church to Jerusalem while the simple sheperdf Who makes us feel a kinship to the fallen Thursday evening Die 24 beginning patiently doing tljelr wearisome duties woman and the fallen man to the agon- Â¬ promptly at 7 oclock ItevJ WLewis by night untroubled by the puzzling ized and tho children for are they not Iraver Full Chorus questiors of the Magi learned more than all bearing the image of humanity which Welcome I Wtlcome I Wilcrm Miss Nn Henderson Christmas Essay these about peaco and good will he the great unselfish one the friend of Christmas Carol Klght Little Miss s sinners also bore Chorus is voices Shine out O Star cf Ileauty I One Holy Night Ittci alion Since their day each age has through Miss IIda McGhee ts wisest tried to recreate and interpret Yet some of us are gropil g onward as Mils Ilrnnett IleauIful Star Sopiano Solo We glance A Christmas Caendar anew the fragmentary career of tho low- it in a night black passage ts girls coun- Â¬ bewildered at the events the dangers ly man They have darkened his Baby Little Tos Miss Hanks sel with words they havo smothered the the pleasures of life and then pass away Ni II Hesitation UnsSrK breadth of his purpose they havo tried forever without understanding our rcla- - j Theres a Humble in theinChimney Tableaux llravcn Our Father Who Art tlon to it and our fellowp I ran imagine Mirry Chrbtmas and Cool Night to wall around the sea of his goodness Qiiirtelte attempted o seal up and con- the All Father mourning over such wast Â¬ Distribution of prcs- nts they have Cut over ed force such profitless existence when Uencdictlon fine the sunshine of truth against tho Umlters of light the monop- Â¬ the key of life is already within the Everybody will be glad to hear that Bro Peters former Picslding Elder of olists of heaven the head wise interpret- Â¬ world and within our reach Emmanuel God with us ers must beset the heart of the common this District will be hero and will preach people who liko the man born blind at tho Methodist church Wednesday I Dec 30 7 oclock p m B F Jackson Oliver Ga writes cannot argue down sophistries and puz the zle out intricate faiths but can simply consider Dr Bells keeps child- Â¬ Dr Bells fall back upon the unanswerable demon- best remedy I have ever taken for the ren from coughing all night where- Â¬ throat and lungs orany kind of acough stration of peaco and good will Because ho as I was blind now I see was so real a man tempted like themselves the great common heart has held fast to him through centuries of rapine and licentious it se among his profssd interpreters through aiea of erei d mak Â¬ ing and creed breaking through cycles of bloodshed aud persecution by the professed exponents of peace and goodwill Have miracles ceased It is a miracle that any of his plain teachings should still live yet eteadlly the light has climbed ihe mountain sides of p r version ni d now shim s full strongly down into the valley of the shadow of death that we traverse Some Rambling ThoughU -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hoclc-a-Hj- e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SINKING CREEK CORNER Frank Haynes has moved Into his new houso Old Uncle San Cndon la v ry shk witli lagrippo Sam Carden says he will spend Chris mas at Fordsville Bad Orendoff sold Branden Carden a fino buck sheep last week Mis Payne and son Bewleyville wero tho guests of Mr Orendoff Saturday Honry Adklson Bell Cit- - Mo Is the guistof E erett Tabor and J ff McCoy Everett Tabor went to Louisville last week and sold his tobacco for tiio hand Â¬ some sum of 10 per hundred Celebrated for its great leavening strength and Mrs It B Carden went to Guston last Assures the food acainst alum and healthfulness Thursday Henry Cutis and Dick Clay all fotms of adulteration soiumon to the cheap brands CIKK ROYAL IIAklNO IOHDFR CO NEW ccmb came over Sunday and spent the Sam has the day with Sam Carden George Frytnireof Chenault was hero name of being the best horse trader in He luceived a check of Wednesday on business the ccuit 34 difference in one bene trade Miss Mary Owings vlsltel Mis Con- Â¬ way Saturday and Sunday Do you know the quickest way to euro Mrs Nannio Cliisin has returned from a sprain or bruise a burn or scald 7 Such injuries are very common and can bo a visit to friends in Louisville Â¬ D3 AklN5 POWDER Absolutely Pure cured quickly if properly treated Mr J M Amennan of Forks P O Columbia Co Pa says I have never found any Â¬ thing to compare with Chamberlains Pain Balm for sprains bruises and burns We havo used It in our family for sever- Â¬ al yiarsand feel that we can not do with- Â¬ out it For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A It Fisher Druggist Kobt Smith from Cedar Flat came down to the show Friday evening Mr Fenley Mitchell one of Mooley villes gallant young men was here Mon- Â¬ day Dr Georga Wild came down from Par Â¬ adise Bottom Saturday and was the guest of Miss Ellen Boone Mr Jack Tront of Brandenburg vis Â¬ ited his father Mr J II Trent who has WOLF CREEK been very ill for sometime and is no bet- Â¬ at tills writing D S Richardson went to Brandenburg ter The entertainment Saturday night giv Tuesday at Howards Hall by the youngladies and Davis Cunningham fiotn Moolevllle gentlemen was an entire success Theio was hero Monday was a large crowd in attendance and all Mr Jones of Dxter Ind Is the guest wero well pleased of MlssCena Kelly 1 YOU MUST HURRY NOW Â¬ Because then his friends wore the hjn ly liis mourners the tainted and t e bereft his most faithful servan s through all ag8 the ohtrntts and the obi cur becaustatso this is tho Pooplna Ag the age of democracy wli n the right to think and to ham is no hugr denied to us by the lofty ones may it not haverouif to pas that this time of alt times iu st remote from the customs thehUas thnt surrounded Jesus h the best fitted after all to measure the length and breadth of the announcement of peace and goodwill that has so long remained echo lets Â¬ Not much time left for you to select your Christmas Gifts and if you want to be sure to find exactly what you want then just come We have a host of pretty things yet here unsold and the price we name for them is what will please you most TO LET GASES They are very appropriate Christpias presents and are useWe also have some nice Photo Albums Work ful as well Boxes Christmas Cards Booklet and a pretty line of Celluloid Â¬ Novelties vjlHEssSsI A World of Toys Â¬ Collar and Cuff Boxes buy him That about expresses the great assortment of Toys we have this year You neednt look any farther but just come here and find any toy you wish Just buy him a nice Collar and Cuff Box and the gift will please him much It will solve the question What shall I FRUITS AND GAUDIES Dont forget that we are headquarters for Fruits Nuts Candies and all such good things to eat all fresh and good and at the closest kind of prices Your Christmas Box or Basket will be filled just right if you buy it here a Mirrors We have some very pretty Mirrors nice size for the dresser Picture Frames We have enough of them to supply your wants in both quality will The girls dote on them and appreciate one as a gift I and price 2S5jSjT D Balblbag 3 Jno v BBWW1 Breckenridge Td News and ProptliVri 23 1800 D k V 0 BaHagi Editor WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8tierlptIoi Prloi J100 a If Paid at tat End of ti law In Adranca Ter 1125 SIX PAGES NOTICE Halts Tor announcement la these columns are as follows Cash In advance In erery caw too Circuit Judge of Attorney County Offices S Tiiij plectlpn of a SUte Senator will occur along with the bnlnnco of the ofllcers to be elected next November Tho matter has not been much canvaesed among the politicians in tills county as yet and it is not known that Brecken- Â¬ ridge will have a candidate in tho field The district is composed of Hancock Breckenridge and Meade counties and is regarded as sifely Democratic How- Â¬ ever should tho llepubllcans and sound money Democrats unite on a man and run him it might chaugo tho aspect of affairs 8 mewhat vu feaOKxfttDOA ww sr wnwnai ff ijjjjsn BRANDENBURG Is fwTijgfjjSjJpjtjy Political Wetes bi40Vdi i m in iimmnvi ti n k kv J ram i ra ra mgmmmmmm0mmmmmmmtmm hibji m t MlftsLtda Hajnrs vacation OM at home for a Noitt will bo at homo for the holldayp w N WI ItoiiKHT Weathoiford tends in his an- Â¬ nouncement this week for Circuit Court Clerk Mr Weatherford is a young man COUNTY JUDOI living in tho Harnod neighborhood We do not know tho young man at least ne authorlrrd to announce WILLIAM tre an candidate for re elrctlon to the of do not call him to mind at this distance fice of Counlyjurfn of Uruckenrldgn county subject We presume however that he ia a good to the action of the Republican nmiry election February 1897 young Republican and wants some of CinCUITtOURrCLHRK tho good things along with the rest of is rE are nuthonieJ to announce WON IOLLV the boys We pirsumc too that he n a candidate for the Office of Circuit Court competent and entitled to recognition at rierlcltrerkrnrtilce coutltv Suhlect to the decision the hands of his party Wo commend of the Iteputlican party November I lection 189 him to the tender mercies of our Repub1ITK are authorized to announce ROIHUT lican friends and hope he nny get there WEATIIKHFOIID as a candidate for the office ot Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of In good shape the Republican primary February ath 1897 The News had occasion to drop into COUNTY COURT CLERK Fi- Â¬ rK are authorized to announce OWKN CUN Emmet LoganV Brer Hoppers and V NINtJIIAM nsacandiditefor re election to nancial Editor Wntklns sanctums a day the ollice of County Court tletk subject to the or two ago We shook hands over the action ofthe Republican priirary election batur diyhefy 271897 late coalllct and the sins of omission and commission were all forgiven to ui four COUNTY ATTORNEY and no more All tho Democrats have ivy K are authorized to announce JESSE R ESK to do in Kentucky ia to meet talk mat Â¬ TT KIDOK as a candidate for County Attorney subject to the action ol the Republican piimarj ters overgive up some of their frivolities election 1eby rj 1SP7 talk sound Democratic doctrines and rF are authorized to nnnouuee R N MIIIER theyll get together Have an as a candidate for reflection to the office ol love feast as it were n talking out County Attorney ot HreclvnrldKe County subject to the action of the Republican primary election in meetln where every man may ac1eb 27 1SU7 knowledge his sins and get back on SCHOOL StlERINTLNtirNT Democratic lines God knows there is no good to come of this continual rll are authorized to nnnounce ANDREW DRIbKEIXasa candidate tor re election to harangue among Democrats We say the office of bchool Superintendent of Hreclenndge get together and tho sooner the better County subject to he Republican prlnur election Saturday l eby 27 1897 We announce Judge Ahl as a candi irK are authorized to announce SAMUEL W I T lAl E as a candidate for the oflice of School date for re olectioa to th 3 oflice of Judge Superintendent ol llreckennde County subject to of Breckenridge county subject to tho the action of the Republican primary eection Satur day I cbruary 97 1897 action of his party The Judge so far has no opposition boore tho primary are authorized to announce SAMUEL PATE as a candidate for County School Sup- Tills of itself speaka well for the Judge erintendent Hreclenridge county subject to the ac 1S97 Inn of the Republican primary Iebruary It means that his party is satisfied with his conduct of the oflice Tl o truth is COUNTY SURVEYOR he has made a very much better officer nre authorized to announce Ciiiktz Roi WE as a candidate for office of County than people expected ho would make Surve or subject to the action ofthe Republican when ho was first elected to the place pirty Klection November a 187 We give him credit for doing the very JAILER best he knew how and if he has made to announce 1rE are authorized candiiate for re OUS I mistakes it has been an error of the head SIIKLLMAN as tlcction and not of the heart There have been to the Office of Jailer nf llreckenndie countv sub ject to the action of the Republican jiarty hlec worse judges in Breckenridge county lion November tfl than Judge Ahl If he is the nominee Attention Democrats which is moro than probable now the Tlie Democratic committee ol llreclenridge Democrats will have to put up a mighty county is hereby notified to me t In llardinsburg on Monday Jan i8th i7 to attend to import int good man to beat him Announcements Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Leteserv committeeman be present and all other Interested Derocrots are Invited to town tliat day for an interchange of Ideas Jkss Vimtvortii Chrmn JIiliov Hoaru Jr Secy business Populists Take Notice The Topulist committee of Rreckenrldge county is hereby called to meet in ardintbur on Monday Jan l8lh 197 for the purpose of transacting bun ness of importance 1 ct there be n full attendance ofcommmcitren and altotherinterested lorulikti J II Lennin Chrmn t r hI If The Dingley Tariff Bill was killed in the Senate Inst Wednesday It ia said that Mr McKinley attended the Presbyterian church at Chicago Sunday as one of the elect Â¬ Tub Loner House of Congress passed a bill December 10 to prohibit the sale of liquor in the national Capitol say they would like a little Tun Republicans have been heard to free silver mixed up with their county ticket Tiie people of this country will watch the legislation to be enacted by the present congress with a good deal of interest Maj McKinley has gone to Chicago to spend his Christmas and have a quiet time lie wants to get out of reach of Kentucky pie hunters It is said that down about Cuscrsorne thirty Populists declined to vote for Bryan last November because thoy had to stamp under the rooster OuENsnono will wako up one of these fine mornings and find herself a local option town Word comes from down there that its sure to carry The woods in this county are full of patriots just now They are all ready nud willing to lay down their lives not for Cuba but for a county oflice Tins ia tlio season when the tin horn the drum and the fire cracker are abroad in the land If they seem to disturb you please redact that you wero onco a boy yourself BnECKENitiixiE News advertisers are the busiest people in town You dont see any of their salesmen standing around waiting for customers It is Just the other wav Tiieiik wero quite a number of Demo- Â¬ cratic politicians at Hardinsburg Mon Â¬ day Thoy are getting quite anxious about the ticket which is yet to bo made up for next year What the Hon Charles Blanford wonld like to have in his stocking everybody knows It is the United States Marshals office of Kentucky You have our per- Â¬ mission dear Santa to dump it in Tub Cuban question woe up for dis- Â¬ cussion in the United States Senate an oral times last week Some of the mem- Â¬ bers were heartily In favor of the United States taking a hand with Cuba and for a while the war fever seemed imminent The impression generally is that if Spain continues hor barbarous war with Cuba this government will certainly interfere OATOHXA Thero was a large audienco at the Lit Â¬ erary last Friday night Walter Gray recited another very pretty original poem composed as an ode to the bonny Ohio on an excursion last summer The young man should certainly cultivate his talent and drink deep at tho shrine of tho Muses James Bondurants Orig- Â¬ was nothing if not uniquo inal Story and its characters May and December were handled as uniquely A merry merry Christinas to you my dear Mr Editor to your dear corres- Â¬ 100 Reward 100 pondent and to each and all of the dear The readers of this paper will be pleased old News readers Four years and more to learn that there Is at least one dread have flown by since this column entered ed disease that science has been able to the arena and to day finds the writer cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh more warmly attached than ever to this Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive excellent home paper devoted to tho in cure known to tho medical fraternity terests and well being of its own and ad Â¬ Catarrh being a constitutional disoate joining counties The Editors and staff requires a constitutional treatment are wide awake progressive newspnper Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally devotees firm in individual views and acting directly on the blood and mucous opinions but broad and liberal towards surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ dissenting minds in politicsin religion ing the foundation of the disease and in social items no partiality is shown giving the patient strength by building Each correspondent has his or her indi- Â¬ up the constitution and assisting naturo vidual sentiment and expresses it May in doing its work The proprietors have 1897 dawn brilliantly for tho Bbeckkk so much faith In its curative powers ninoE New si It has gono through a that they offer One Hundred Dollars for severe conflict in 1800 but when van any case that it fails to euro Send for quished in its opinions by an opposing lists of testimonials party Democratic like it rallied to the Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O support of prosperity and urged Peace OQTSold by Druggists 75c and Good Will which is as well its Christmas motto and which to day it LODIBURG sends to eacli and every homo with the reminder Subscribe for one of the best Mrs Gus Gibson of Clovorport is vis Â¬ I county papers in tho State iting friends and relatives of this place h Oa December 30th at 5 oclock p in Mr Will Aruold accompanied Mies Mr George Woolfolk of East St Louie Deo lhuham home from Puynesville will wed Miss Bertha Lewis fourth Sunday daughter of Mr and Mrs J W 1x3 wis at Mrs Wilda Parks bai been very sick their handsome suburban home Park witli pneumonia but wo hope she may Place Rov Mr Pate officiating The soon recover invitations are limited to relatives and a There will bo a Christmas tree at Ray few intimate friends George is n Meade mond on the night of Christmas eve county boy a handsomo distinguished Everybody cordially Invited to attend looking joung man of fine business qual Â¬ and bring a present for their friends or ifications and is now holding a lucrative sweetheart Now this will bo a good goyerumout position at East St Louis Miss Bertha is one of the handsomest time to make the little folks happy Miss Llllio S Avitt who has been most queenly girls in the State of Ken- Â¬ teaching Echool at Preston is at home tucky Sho hails from a family of re Â¬ to enjoy Christmas Her school closed markably handsomo men and women on last Friday She desires to tay that she both sides of the houso as does the groom wishes all her pupils success through By this union two of tho first fainilloa in Misses Agoca life also adds that she is ludebted to the the State will be united people of that placo for tho kindness Malin and Bettie Clarkson both lovely girls will bo the attendants Miss snwn her while with them Ionrlo Ditto whose reputation for ren Sad news reached ua Friday of the deriug wedding music is fully tsablished death of Mrs Head She wrs with her will play the march An elegant lun- Â¬ daughter Mrs Board of Holt She cheon will be served Tho happy pair was brought up on tho train Suurduy morning and after tho funeral cervices will leave Thursday for St Louis their is by Rev I O Argabright she was laid to future home This a union after my own heart and to my dear young friends rest in the Walnut Grove cemetery abundance of my heart speaketh Mrs Head wut a very old lady and hu the 1 rua lava If ateadfast as the tUos been a true Christian for many years And once alight ih never fli She will he sadly missed by her many for love Is arong and love Is wise Yes I Love indeed is light from friends for none knew her but to love her The family have the sympathy cf Heaven and Im mlaUken mlghUly if the entire community ia their great be Â¬ George ami Berths havent that stierttd light reavement Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In this issuo of the News Sam PutH an- Â¬ nounces himself a candidate for theoilice of County School Superintendent sub- Â¬ ject to the action of the Republican primary air Palo has had an exper ience of ten years in teaching and he now holds a certificate second only to one in the county Wherever lie has taught lie hasgl en universal satisfaction he has an extended acquaintance and his friends are legion He ia an affable gentleman in every respect and his qualifications for the position to which he aspires are beyond question If he is not the nominee mark this prediction he will make it red hot for tho man who beats him and this will be one of the prettiest and most interesting races in tho Republican party Sam Pate is a son of Log Pate who has held impor- Â¬ tant official positions in the county to his credit and is well known in every neighborhood Â¬ Candidatos for county oflles will bo as thick as bees Wo hear of entertainments galore for the ensuing works Mrs R II Nevltt is much improved from a recent Indisposition Mrs Sude Elder will spend Xmaa week with Mies Florlno Anderson MIssEula Jones of Grovoland ia vis Â¬ iting her grand mother Mrs Wui San Â¬ ders Mtsj Maydeo Pu ey has returned from a pleasant visit to Louisville and New Albany MissAddio G Ditto and Mils English attended the Howard Ditto marriage See Bill Bcwley George Frymlro or Until nirinell If you want to hear X mas presoutB difcusted Mlstui Mary and Iieut lo Lewis will or rlvo this week from Potter College to spend the holidays Next futurdayand Sunday will be our Brother regular quarterly meeting Buck Ovrrton will ba hero D M Duncan has had too much wed Â¬ ding He has been on tho sick list but is at his prst of duty again The Art Supplement of tho Courier Journal last Sunday out rivaled any former efforts at artistic and icithetic display Mr and Mrs Will Howard neo Mar- Â¬ garet A Ditto nre at Mrs Tom Howards where they are beautifully ensconsed in cozy apartments Wo are all young again this week The wheels ol Time have been rolled back Heartaches sorrows trial all are thrown aside and we are re juvenated A little child came UOO years ago To day He reigns supremo in happy thankful hearts Submission to Thy Will I The lecture at the Catholic church Sunday night on Is Life Worth Living was ably handled by the talented minister and made a fine impression To Â¬ night Monday he will lecture again with Miss Agues Malin at organ and Mrs J W Richardson and Mrs H B Grinnell to slug Tho incoming President doesnt want war with Spain if it can possibly be avoided Who does The independence of the eo called republic of Cuba is eliciting various exprefsior s of opinions Tne Senate and tho Houso iuny pats on the resolution put before them but how about the Presidents veto His head is level on that topic anyhow Mr and Mrs Henry Wain have apart Â¬ ments adjoining his business houo beau tifully papered and painted preparatory to establishing themselves in a home mtt Sensible young couplet Depend upon each other entirely for happiness from the beginning of jour pilgrimage A cottage of content is better than a palace of cold splendor Where love is all is Â¬ Very few people in this county roallrm the fact hut It is nevertheless true that 11 M Jolly Is tho Mark Hannn of Brock Wo doubt If onridge county politic the geritlemuti himself has ever looked at It in that way but wh in you conn to sift matters down it looms up very plain Â¬ ly Thero is not a political move of any kind made on that side but what Bob ia consulted and his word gxs And ho dont Btaml back either in giving tl o word when ho wants it to go He is a good allrtiund politician stands in with the big men of his party and has moro lullnenco than any half dozen men in his party liore In Breckenridge He wouldnt givtnecut for ony nTlce rave tho post matters place in his own town anil is not after any lie plays politics for tho fun there Is in it nothing more Squire Riley Dowell wants something at least ills friends are urging him to make tho race for County Judge Tho Squire was a Republican but for the past ten years lias been n red hot Populist Last year he voted the straight Demo- Â¬ cratic ticket Ho la ready again for a fusion and says he Is in tho hands of his friends The are not making any great to do about the Senatorial race They are holding back for the Sound Money Democrats to mako a move in this direction They say they will support any good man they put up In this con- Â¬ nection Mr WJ Dean Jr isppoken of and wo understand thero is a petition already being circulated asking him to make the race Shelby Triplet over In the Ro setta neighborhood Bays he would like to mako the race for j tiler Mr Trlplett was a former Republican but lost year was a srong silver man worked and voted for Bryan He is a strong man in his neighborhood and pretty well known ovor the county Mr Walter Wilson has announced himself a candidate for Surveyor on tho Democratic ticket Tice Jolly and Ernest Rjberbion are both prospective candidates for County Court Clerk The Hon D 11 Severs has told several of his friends that hU present business relations would precludo any Idea ot his being a candidate for County Court Clerk is announced ns a candidato for the Legislature on the Republican tieket ScOttSer Emulsion 2s made up of the most essential elements that go to nourish the body Where the appetite is varying or lacking- - It in- Â¬ creases it and where digestion is weak it aids it to perform its function in a more vigorous way It enriches the bloods makes healthy flesh and cures chronic coughs and colds by making it possible for the body to resist disease Our friends tell IT Works Wonders us but we never like to over state the merits of our remedy even when it has been tested and tried for over twenty fiveyears If you will ask for it we will send you a book telling you more about the subject than we can put in a few words V Jl ptawtt fttt0tttlt 0 Â¬ V Republicans Co to your druggist for Scott Emul Â¬ sion Two tkits 50 cts and J00 SCOTT BOWNE New York WILLIAM JENNINGS BEYAN Ii the Name of a New Breck enridge County Boy Who Has Seven Living Grand mothers Stotmwit V living V John P Hasnell Jr V Fits Cured Tho Democratic and Populist commit BIG SPRING tees of the county will meet at Hardins purg the third Monday in January for Mr Ben Clarkson Jr was in Louis- Â¬ the purposo of making up a County ville lait week ticket Dr James Lewis of Tip Top has moved his family here Mr Ben Clarkson Jr mide a trip to Jtese Whitworth says he will be a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk Ellzabethtown last Friday remaining a couple of days Elisha Gardner the Republican com Miss Katie Mostbogger of Ceclllawho mitteeman from the Union Star District is here teaching music will go home to was one of the committeemen who op spend the holidays posed tho call of a primary by his party Mr Alex Scott one of our most sober when they met ten days ago Mr sided citizens now has a smile on his Gardner wai of the opinion that it would face for he has a son at his house injure their party and probably be the Miss LaJie Clarkson who has been means of defeating the entire tick t next visiting relatives in Louisville for the November past two weeks has returned home Miss Lydia Clarkson will go to LouisRichard Shellman wants to enter the ville Wednesday where she will bo the race for Jailer guest of Miss Barnard and Miss McDowell She will be gone several weeks O W Moorman of Clovorport is re Miss Zjlma Strother is visiting Mrs garded as a very strong man for Sheriff Covington of Bowling Green She will His record in that offico a few years ago also visit in Bussellville Hodgenville made him quite popular and there is a and Louisville before returning kome strong disposition to urge him to make Miss Lydia Clarkson has returned the race again home from Brandenburg where she1 was bridesmaid at the Howard Ditto nup- Â¬ Dolph Board thinks he can gat there for tials The Meado County Messenger Constable over any Republican in the spoke of her in glowing words and wo district There is no discount on Dolphs can truthfully agree with it Democracy if that is to bo taken into Miss Nora Henderson and Mr Hoy account Wimp of Irvington have been visitors here since my last writing Miss Nora John Alexander thinks the Democrats was the guest of MisiZelmaStrotberand if they are wise and nominate the rght by hor charming ways made several ad Â¬ kind of men can win easy in 1697 mirers among tho opposite sex Wo will He is in favor of a fusion with the Pop all welcome her again mists it it can be done on a sathftctory basis eath of an Estimable Old Woman HoLTKr Dec 21st Died at the Gabe Taut wants to gat into the raco home of her Walker Board for Sheriff on the Republican ticket He Dec 18th 1890 at 5 oclock a in Mrs will head the ticket with Frank Payne A T Head in the 81 year of her age Will Gardner and Frank Conn r Mrs Head was born near Georgetown Scott county Ky May 8tli 1810and was It is whisnered about that ex Mavor married to William Head of same place Charles E Lfehtfoot of this city has April 15th 1832 She was tho mother aspirations for a position on tho fusion of a large family of children only live of Sheriffs ticket that is likely to bo placed them survive her three daughters and In the field by tho DomocraU and Pop- Â¬ two eons Early in life she and her hus Â¬ ulists of Breckenridge county Old band lliv Wm Head joined tho Bap Rsd n he is jocularly dubbed by the tlst church and labored on together for bojs is very popular and has many the cause of Christ until his death six frlerids in all parties years ago Since then she has been liv- Â¬ ing among her children On her last Santa Will Surely Remembsr Her trip to visit her daughter sho caught a KinK Kv Dec 8th 1800 Dear Santa severe cold which in less than a week Clauslam a little girl eight years old was the cause of her death Bev S G and would like a stove apd a little table Shelly holding a meeting here called to and somo candy and oranges and lots of see her talked and prayed with hor othor pretty things I have u little Sho expressed herself as ready and will brother fivojrears old and he would like ing to bow to His will and join those a littlo wagon and a littli horse If you who had gone before Kind neighbors will bring these things I will try to be a and frleuds did all to relievo her Suffer- Â¬ better girl Your Little Girl ings but her work was done He had Saiuk Withers called her home Religious services We will continue to mako pictures st were conducts by Rev Shelly Her remains were taken to tho Walnut Grove reduced prices till after New Year church where she held her membership O L Knight bo many years Her funeral services Von VJtJourntl tf JfdMM wero preached by Rsv Argabright makes a specialty ol her pastor being absent to a large con Kpllepay ha without doubt treated and cur Â¬ courto of sorrowing friends She was ed moro caaea than any laid to rest in the Walnut Grove bury- Â¬ living- Physlclani hut ing ground by the side of her husband jucceaa i aatonUhlntr We hare heard o caaea and among her children Ct ao years atandlj Dy Ha Sreckearidge Oiresit Court J A Murray AdniV rUlntHT N tiei oa Jo dig DaM S Murray I Jtc DeWant 1 Houll A iMraonahtvlPfi rlaliaa again the rtUti ol aoada a J A Murray dtMdar Hanbjr norietUto wo tw fOHly Proaa my rj 2 tto ot bU abaetisu tan fre to any Â¬ Â¬ V William Jennings Bryan Miller is the name of a new boy that arrived just after tho November election at tho home of Mr and Mrs Charles Miller of Jolly Station this county and he is probably the most fortunate young fellow on earth in the way of grand mothers Seven grand old women some with heads whitened by the passing of time others with silver threads among the gold and still others who are yet in tho prime of life are now living and able to pet him and spoil him and call him their bright little and sweetest little darling on earth They are Mrs Dorcu Lyons 88 years old Mrs James DeJornette 70 yrs and Mrs Millie Pate 70 years great great grand mothers Mrs Martha Ilendrick Mrs Mollio DaJernette wife of Joe De Mrs Jernette great grand mothers Dettio Ball and Mrs Jane Miller wife of Lafe Miller grand mothers They are all enjoying good health at the present time and tho oldor ones even still bid fair to pass many more happy days spreading the sunshine of their presence in the homesof their children VEST E3 Er Ei m Everybody Likes a Bargain And the place to get it is oi Addison Dick ADDISON KY Wc have bought our Christmas Goods at a Manufactures BANKRUPT SALE And by so doing we are enabled to sell them AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS PRICES all fresh clean goods Every article a spccinl Value at one half the regular cost V V nm Dolls mm ioc dolls for 5c A 20c ioc 25c 15c 20c 30c 40c 25c 15c Chian Tea Sets ioc 2ijc 40c 50c i 30c 75c 45c V Pure Stick Candy 5c pojnd French Mixed Candy 3 pounds 25c Finest Cream Mixed 2 pounds 25c Mixed Nuts best 2 pounds 25c J Choice California Figs ioc pound t Fire Crackers z packs 5c V And numerous other articles every one a bargain which we can not give prices for lack of space son-in-la- a Christmas present we invite your inspec- Â¬ But surely we can suit everybody with SILVER WARE DINNER SETS -- V tion of our TEA SETS MANICURE SETS Odd Fancy ChinapiecesforPesk and Toilet Tables Dresden and Bronze Lamps Handsome Rockers Mufflers Silk and Satin Sus 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 PRODUCE Â¬ Â¬ J0 SPHGIALx TERMS -- THHardinsburg Normal Institute OF E- i T First Term Ten weeks operjs January 25 closes April 23 becond Term Ten weeks opens April 25 closes Jn u 1 1897 50 rasar moA Mir P 0h4 XapraM ati aiMreM ttTf GW Ait wr my aaaa vtUo kuwurf JW ivE c h t 7P All Mgkr branehM for uemanu Alee A Spkcmj Courm Tkaciiks including any higher werk TUITION per month 812c to Uto For particulars address K HARMON 1 v AUtPresent 8rjdeB will be sustained mci yu P MBAVJ i ineburg Jty S Skfo fWatthtdrakattaattfaiditt uauLUvu i 5 S i- - VfO m THE BREOKKNRIDGR NEWS OLOYRRPORT KY BRECKENRIDGE IV jrJKKW8DAY NEWS 23 1800 LYON A I A Rntnlilal VUnyf DECEMBER iloverporl lMyton Huff went to Fordsvlllo Tues- Â¬ day Pete Lyons went to HawesvilleThurs day Mrs Tom Stout is quite sick this week IP At cb whisperings and hidings among us en nous ana winns I sucn bundles and ipozfs uueueu our oi signt overyono is wFliappy in Joyful anticipation Enough Itannot draw the picture true to life I fclewmy eyes and with aching heart am reminded of the following beautiful thought g i Where Is now the irerry party 1 J TThornton has left aTXa RBBlvers ry snds out a mora Tueiday rgr fit iwul loving ppptnl to absentees Aetnavlllo Tom Stout lira moved into the Voylcs smytha liornn cltclo than this homo tllval Every WBiitlerer baeteus to Ills property on lellvllle avenue The Marlow boys havo bten hauling wm fireside or If hard fato forbids tills Mgjj faxer to pot d tome token of re coal for G II Vickers this weok wwbrance or If even this Is irnpssl Mrs J V Lyons has boon contain Â¬ Wej HothloK can provent a t jmultuous ing tor the pa6t wttk but is improving of tender thouuht from rushine now Wmewau1 As tho Clirifituas tide draw 8 Owing to the bad weather wo fulled to Mwr some of us older folks find ourselves have any prajer meeting last Saturday ittllnedto bo reminiscent Upon mem night wlis wall arises a picture of n circle gatb- Ed Krooks of Ilayntsvilli- - aud Isaac VJround a OhriBtmas flro of long ago Brown Lyonia went to Cloverport Wed Â¬ A ln we see iither and mother sister Mil brother once more we seo each lov- - nesday Killing hogs is the most important JjBgfaee once moro heAr kind voices rouse more feel little arms about us once thing with the farmers during this cold ore we form one of that circle and 0 weather us Vomn Emmllt HayncB of village to dny ilerheit A mora Idiotic nnd suicidal financial system than this country has would in Â¬ deed be hard to conceive of During the existence ot the present Administra- Â¬ tion enough bonds havo been Issued for the purpose of redeeming greenbacks in gotd to have retired fully two thirds of was in our the greenbacks iu existotice and to have moved to iu that way relieved the people ot tho X-- Rays Ot severest trial anil test provo In regard to Hoods Barsuparllla tend ynor name for a Souvenir ol the Works ot Uuiene Field FIELDsFLOWERS tilt enaftf TitU monument Souvenir The mostbentitlut Art Production of the cen A small bo nth ot I hi mest fratraat f bits tury acres soraiiattcrtd from the breadselection Eutcae Fields of the most Contains n Fsrm f Ut beautiful of the poems of liUEcne Ileld Handsomely llluMrated liy thirty five of the worlds greatest ntllsts ns their coiitilbutlon to the Monument Iunil Dot for the nobis ceatrlbutUas af lbs rat artists this baoa could not bire been moofc tared lerfea lornnle nt tmolc stores or sent prepaid on tecelptcf i lo The loe offering to theChltda loct Murcle published by the Com mittee tocrcitea fund lo build the Monument ind to enre for the family of the beloved poet Eugene llclJ Monument Souvenir Fund Â¬ Â¬ Breckinridge NORMAL College Second Term Opens Nov 10 189 0 Latin The Cumulative method is used in teaching the languages Greek German and French A Special Course for those who wish to prepare for Tcachcjs Certificate In this course the students will he fitted for teachers hy actual work in our MODEL SCHOOL Special terms to 320 pays tuition for all courses except music those wishing to pay as much as five montlis tuition in advance Hoard 200 to 250 per week Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for teaching can make arrangements with the President of the College to It will pay you if attend school here Write for particulars at once you desire to attend a first class school at a small cost D S RORERTS Jr Prcs Ilardinsburg Ky Address or FELIX KERRICK Hardlnsburg Ky Â¬ mas granted in all courses Four Couiises Pedagogy Business Scientific Classical Diplo t Greatest Merit iVenrcd by a peculiar Comblnv Hon Proportion and lrocess which to others unknown naturally and actually produces Â¬ dibt that they represent yet the green eve them Â¬ Â¬ backs after having been redeemed have been reissued so tlo peoplo not only wvi Our singing begun last Sunday and everything bids fare for another success- Â¬ ful school Mrs Mary Patterson who has been Blck for the past week with lagrlppe is no better Little Jennie Bculali Wright spent I remember long ago Laughing round the Christmas fire llrlghtcned by Iti ruddy glow - They are all dispetsed and wandered Some hare reached a fairer region Iar away far away 2 -- Itis interesting to read of the many 9 quaint old customs which were observed atOhristmas one was the burning of the Vule log It I believe comes down rem the Scandinavians who at the Yule at kindled huge bonfires and it was he beginning of a series of festivities These logs were brought into the old ba- nlal hall and lighted in the great fire- lace and it was the sign of hospitality ndkind feeling of wHe Of en doors and bod1 cheer and if by chance any en mity existed between those gathered round tho festive board it muBt all be orgotten Christmas decorations which orni such a btautiful feature of our own Btlva spraug from vwy old jiagHii cus- ouisr Many ot the ancients reutrvdtid he mistletoe and peopla went out with uch pomp to gather the mystic para- kite which was supnoted to have won- BprayB oi leriui cuativt properties Istlotoe were distributed among the ople who hung them as a charm over io entrance of their dvelli go The charm fundo- tlu mistletoe by no means ol selete ta the young Iks of to day aie well a van1 Hose- ry ivy holly iiHvttiiorn buy laurel box were al umd lioiii thueiuiuit-ui-for decora ing ci urches and dwell- Xt Christmts and lothing can ever uch a cubtoiu at onto sobtuutlful and so fitting lho Ut rmani as everybody knows ve truly child like live foradirist- as tree and it has taken root in many untiles and witLul as become thor-jiulilv aicliiuaied in America No doubt CifeUhiistmas reeis oi Ueuiau origin though the auc out olo whs quite unlike theuicajtrn sjecimen Uiitiiaan em- Â¬ blem of eternal Bpriug und i s presents a reminder of tlu mcstpiicele ja of nil gifts tjlfi Nicholas tiie patron flnt of chil Â¬ dren had long been at customed to be btow his gifts ou St Kichoitth eve Dec 5ti but this little cenmony was trans tried toy Chiistmas Eve in order to wake the festival more uttiactive to Accoidlog to the beautiful children i German legend the Jurist child comes flying through the air on polden wings bringing in the n ght time all manner ot gifts for gotd tliildnn and banging them on the Christmas tret and to it is tlw world over amid all tb d giyety amid all Christmas customs Id and new qjaintaml simpie burlei e and beautuul theiQ is growing into il ft sal time more of the true spirit of ve aud charity of which the anniver ry is symbolical The spirit of the Jbrwtxbild is abroad seeking to send a y ot brightness into tuo uvea oi inuui- ea ot little children seeking to bring y into the discouraged hearts and sad jewes of the needy and the poor seek- f bg to bridge the gulf between the rich m poor the fortunate and tho unfortr sate and to unite iu love all Gods child I 1 light-heart- Wednesday and Thursday with her grandmother and auntie Tho first snow and sleet of this s awn remains on the ground quite a while be- Â¬ ing a week to night since it fell Mr Alonzo House and family after a weeks stay with relatives returned to their homo near Hawesvlllo last week G W Corloy and A J Johnson went to Hawesville Saturday after a load of furniture for Johnson Quite a cold trip There will be preaching at West Point Itev Mor- Â¬ the first Sunday at 11 a m ton delivers his farewell sormon Let every one that can attend Mr Jay llufl and family who have been spending k week with her father and mother Mr and Mrs Vickerf re turned to their home Wedni sday Mr Nick Mercer visited Mis Faiinie of Aetnaville Saturday and Simpson Sunday Judging fiom hi lengthy visit one wtuid upose he was trying to se- Â¬ cure a partnership in the Simpson Cial bank The many friends tf Mr J P Sanders gethered ttthis homo last V ednct day and pave him n surprico birthday din Â¬ ner Not reirg present I cnniot give a full report however I hereJt was quite a success There were srven men and boy J of this place visited Hattfod hut week to attend rout reaping their ruward for seigolng lart spring They came clear forthewniit of sufficient proof nalnst them houver it will learn them n Its con hereafter to preserve the Ipa6 of our State ss thoy did at I he start but a so owe the face of the bonds aud thirty years inlorest ou them in addition If an individual doing butdntss note to glvo his note for thats all on earth that a greenback bill is a promUory note payable on demand aud wlion the noto fell duo pay it but instead of cancelling It again put It out In exchange for some Â¬ thing that was not money of final re Â¬ demption as the Government gives greenbacks for silver while it has to re deem them In gold peoplo would think tho man insane and thoy would know that it was only a question of lime un- Â¬ til Lo failed In business yet that is exactly what tho Government of the United States Is doing now and it has been do Â¬ ing for many years so there ought not to be nuy surprho at finding it in its present deplorable financial condition In fact the wonder is that it has been able to keep up that suicidal policy as long as it has and that it is not in even a worse condition than it U Tho finan- Â¬ cial adalrs of the country will nevor be In good shapo until the greenbacks shall have all been taken up and cancelled tho Government taken entirely out of the banking business and some provision made for tho free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver upon puseLtition at any of the mints Hop kinsville New Era Â¬ Â¬ 2d 3d Greatest Cures Greatest Sales Shown by thotmnda of honest which voluntary testimonials naturally and actually produce- ISO II oar os Strtst Chlcelo IU LOllSVIUi M1IIKET IIBIllltTS Hoods Is tiie bast According to tho statements of druggists all over tlio country In these three points Hoods Sarsaparllla Is peculiar to Itself LOUISVILLE KT Inc IS 1898 Shippers should mark all paoiAgei plainly with shippers name and poot offics addren BUTTER Choice eouotrj Medium Creamery EUQS Fresh 11 II 15 Sarsaparilla It PERSIMMON FLAT 8 10 A Decayed Tooth Is the time causo of much annoyance in tho winter or Hntl- nOOCI Is the One Tme niood rurlfler pills to take rati- - are tho only Airsnnanna with Hoods FEATUKRa Prima whltt goose Mixed Old No 1 daek d 40 25 16 25 18 41 3C if Hens per lb Spring Chickens per dos Follx Cater went the Loulsvillle last Ducks per lb Ueese per dos week rOTATOKS C J Johnson went to Hardlnsburg Irish per barrel New La on clliclal business Monday Sweet potatoes per bbl Sol brig of your city was In From store 2 to i eta higher Henry our midst Monday talking chicken Navy lleans per bushel P0ULTHT 1 12H 3 60tbiUi 7J 2 5U 2543 7 00 13 1 00 3 00 2 00 Catch cold in it neuralgia toothache the world Better have ub patch it up others might suggest to havo it Do a neat job filled with gold silver pulled or alumnium With approved scienco at our command tho operation will not pain you Would you rathor suffer tho panga of neu- Â¬ ralgia or suffer tho payment of 81 for a neat lining gum win uusiiiuuru feel mean with HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky 25 2 40 2 75 54 TESTIMONIALS From Citizens oi Pennsylvania Who Have Been Cured by ChamÂ¬ berlains V Cough Kemedy I vas out one night last winter and con- Â¬ tracted a a vere cold I was so hoarse fur n Meek I could hardly spt nk Know Â¬ ing how well customers of our store spoko of Chamberlains Cough Uemedy I cone tided to try it One half a bottlo cured me entirely J A Van Valzth Ilughesville Pa says Chamberlains Cough Rwnedy has proven so valuable that I do not hesitate to recommend it to any one Dr F Winger Ephrate Pa eays Mr J D Kine a cigar n aker of this place n ports a complete cure of his cough with a CO cent buttle of Chamber- Â¬ lains Cough Iitmedy alter he hud tried others which had failed For sale at 25 and 60 cents per bottlo by A R Fuher Druygtat As to Election Bets Owensbcro Menerger Caliioon Kv Dec S Kiitor Mtsn ngtr Please answer the irlowlng inquiry in tlie c lutnn of the Mol e gir and oblige ome of your sutsciib ers r bet I that McKnlty would rar y Kentucky Who wins in tho latt election JCC Mr W W Spillen drug clerk with McConnell Parnastus Pa says J Iha True Hemndy W M Its pine ml Mrs Chan Tiulus nere in CoiiHiuiptn Coughs Mr TultliiR Effect Clovert on hhoppiug Saturday mauy others but never perimenter with Tho Messeugor dots not claim to be an got tho true remedv until we ustd Dr authority on gambling rults The faco TiniiH iu hustler and is generally up M 6i00 oelck A U Sndaj Har 22 1895 Kinds New Pdncovery No otluir rem- of the retunsshow that Kitah the first with tl s tituu ffsif Bound Traini Eat Bound Train Died Thursday evening at her home edy can take it-- place in our lijme in in Republican elector received -- 81 more we havt a cirtaiu aud sure cure for votes than Smith the first Democratic in this place of consumption Mrs it 44 4J 41 Mali Coughs Colds Whooping Congo etc elector and that Smith received about mmngone Walker Her lib was one of Kzprs Kxprsft STATIONS Mail Kxpr KxprU it is idle to experiment with other rem Â¬ 2000 more votes than the other Republi- Â¬ cheerful in s Shu had a sweet and kind Dally Dally Dally Dally edies oven it they are ug d ou you as can electors word for all whom she met She was an 6 30pm 7 Main 12 43pm 8 OUpn IvUan Kentucky bt V4SO 7 48 807 just as good as Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ Mr Horace Dunbar manager of the estimable lady and was loyed by all 845 20 8 45 1165am 710 West Tolnt ery They are not as good because tills Gibson House Cincinnati who was who knew her Although her sufferings 7 2J 8 43 11 to 7 07 Howard 7 6 69 1141 Wlllowdale 867 remedy has a record ot cures and besides stakeholder for many bettors on Ken were great but not to compare with the 7 31 1135 7 38 Itock Haven 663 SUt 6 47 a 12 Lone Branch 1127 It never fails to satisfy lucky after coneultlng the highest gam- Â¬ crown of glory that she will receive in 7 45 is guaranteed 1118 Ilrandenbursr 639 765 9K Tiiiil botti i free at A It Fishers Drug bling authorities has decided tlmt the the bright realm ah ve She leaves many 8 01 1109 Kkron 9 31 632 1100 Ouston tMU 624 Store man who bet McKlnley would carry friends and four loiutlful children to 8 13 1061 8 20 frvlnarton 616 9 4J 10 42 9 67 Webster 603 Kentucky lias lost as a bet so worded mourn her lots We ail hope by the 8 2 10 3i 10 07 Lodlburg 8 37 565 Christmas Fruit Cake Implied that McKinley would absolutely graco of God to meet her iu heaven 1036 5 48 1014 Pierce 845 1020 6 43 Sauiple 1021 860 A delicious Christmas cake may be secure the entiro electoral vote ot the She wai intorred at the beautiful ceme 1011 Stephensport 8 68 1023 635 made by creaming together one pound of state and this is no longer contended 10 oa 10 S 5 81 Addison try St Houmnualds at Hardlnsburg the 9 02 1003 Holt 1026 9 05 of lho bettor taking tho a Airmail ve ou that sugar and tlnee quarters of a pound 9 60 Cloverport 10 4 918 12th 9 46 Shops 614 1061 9 22 butter add nine well beaten eggs and proposition lias lost says Mr Dunbar 935 SMIlman 1102 60S 9 31 which and he has paid off tho stakes in ids two tablespoonfuls of moinsses in 4 63 925 Hawesville 1112 9 44 Frauk G Kinc Co of Franklin Ky 4 46 917 U5i letrle a tcaspoonful of soda has been dissolved has 968 1120 iiands accordingly 4 40 911 11 siys that Dr Bells Falcon Lewlsport 902 of lbur 1008 1135 432 a wineglass of milk one pound All Kentucky election beta at May field taken the lead through that section 1015 Waltman 865 1142 one pound each ot currant and raisins Ky where about 8500 was wagered on They write that it gives universal satis 1025 8 48 11 61am Iowera 8 34 405 liUlpm Iates two ounces of citron one grated nutmeg each side have been declared off and faction aud verify this repoitby ordering 1038 Owensboro 825 1048 365 12 0 3 44 814 Mattlntly 1100 and one tcaspoonful each of cloves and the money taken down on advice of at- Â¬ more 8U9 3 39 Oiiffith llM 12 31 cinnamon This quantity will make two torneys 1231 805 btanlcy 1108 336 12 40 3 80 Worthlngton 7 68 1115 large loaves December Ladles Home Tho result in Kentucky has really WKDAUNKS 7 61 Heads 1247 323 1123 A It KINCHELOK Spottsvllle 7 43 1131pm 12 64 316 Journal never been finally decidod The election Bassctt 11380 736 310 100 KINCHEL0E BARNES 11 65pm 1 15pm ar Hendern lvl 730am 2 Sip a will be of the twelve Republican electors Notice Â¬ Â¬ Chief without D sbKings New editor Tiekilwa III Wo wont keep lnus Discovery foi and Colds Ex- fighting Hem diet Elder was tho guest of Mils Tillle Beavln Hardlnsburg Sunday Missis Ella Mattingly Dertha Kep Lucy Johnson Eva King and Mr Em mett Bates and your correspondent spent a most delightful evening at the homo of Mr nnd Mrs James Johnsons Saturday night Mrs Conner Johnson and sonWllliam were visiting tclatives in Holts Bottom Sunday Our good neighbor Jno T Beavin I learn is contemplating locating at Clo verport Wo are sorry lie is going to leave ud May he prosper while there Felix Carter shipped two hogsheads of tobacco last week and 1 learn prices were not satisfactory Severul from this place ntteiidul Sab bath bthoulat Hitus Run Sunday It is whispered that somo girl will occupy that new lion so that is going to bo erected on Mr Caleb Hawkins place Emmeit teems silent but is usually silent when questioned MIebNettie and Genhve Manning L onu nnd Hallio Hawkins wero the gtt sts if li s Graclo King Sunday Mi s Mrul Khler Hnrilinisbutg was tho git t of Miss Kittle and D wile Elder Irbt Mi k L oiird Wtdthurholt aud wife are visiting leltllves near Putesville at present Jilting It uliigton o Hnwesville was hero oi hutiiu m last week I learu lhit our olever instructor T A B nvin is making preparations for an eniertn nine nt to he givon some time in the ftt re for tho benefit of the school Â¬ -- ROOTS Ginseng Sentca Snake Pink Yellow Wild Ginger Lady Slipper May Appl Ulood ft 21 The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 2000 jj 5 1 2J 2H FIELD SEEDS I 80 4 25 3 00 Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn tho Floors of Bed rooms Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco- Â¬ rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont a superior in tho South rate of charges considered Timothy per Vushel Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel Red Top pea bushel Orchard Onus per bushel Blue Urass faney p r bushel Dlue CJrasi eitra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per bushel White Green pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep sklne 8a 10 85 55 1 25 2 50 1 HIDES 8a 9 10 11 10 40 6f WOOL Over 10000 havo been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY Tub washed Grease fine Ilurry Black 15 8 fi 3 21 IS 13 10 aU W Scott Miller Jr Manager Barry and Outs MISCELLANEOUS 11 8 Tallow Beeswax 4K Sorghum Molasses - 15 25 20 GOLDEN RULE Independent Southeast Tobacco Warehouse CO 1 W B TATE Gov of Twelfth Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and Main LOUISVILLE KY per cent Commission This li tlio licst mnrkct and ours Is tho tost limno to ahlp to Wo mnVo liberal ml o linro better facilities than other homes In liavlui vnnrca ou consiKiuncnts Besides many laixo factories to supply Wo Ret you tuo top prlco nnd pay spot ciuli not iu trade No traveling ngents fahlp all our wool and farm produco direct to WOOL WOOL 110 Third Street or 313 to 310 Murrell Court Louisville HendersonSt Louis RjCo HERISDON CARTER CO LOUISVILLE KY hoUbe Mr 3tsTO TIME SCHEDULE IO 1 mm rik yfcM ptar gsS3 a The Rockport Saw Works IliTID ROCKPOE T Ui - S1 r Sing Utile children dear Not only on Chrlsmas day But every day of the jeart Still the Christ child here lie is here and we alwajs may He glad at on Christmas day 2t Tub Clovkhi out Woman BELLS Immediately after the morning ser Â¬ vices at tho Guston Presbyterian church Dec 27 there will be a congregational Every member is earnestly meeting requested to be present as businecs ot vital importance is to be considered Mhubb8 a New Theory In the Treatment w All Owgh Lhhb aRd BronehlftlS Treables It Cures and Cure Quickly y JIIIW1I1II atlLilkJLflCkbia iSKJ contested Attorneys tor the Democratic committee propose to prove before the contest board that if the stme rulo of counting was enforced in all counties waiving all other irregularities and frauds the Democratic electors would be win- Â¬ ners Pending a final decision nearly all the money bet on Kentucky is till in tiie bands ot the stakeholders Frequent statements to the coutrary in Louisville paperB are deliberate lies concocted for purposes ot deception ATTORNEYS AT LAW KY Collections and enforcement of liens given special attention KAnDINSDURO L II St L Ry Fordsvllle Branch Every Saw warranted Every Saw testod by eteam before it leaves the shop Workmanohlp tlio very bett Trices lower than any shop in America We want Saws that other shops have failed on to prove our skill as Saw repairers Mark your name on Saws and send a lottor of advlco as to repairs wanted Address THE ROCKPORT SAY WORKS Rockport Ind Repairs SAWS of All Kinds Particular attention given to repairing largo Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Specialty TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1805 PUNCTUROID Mends Punctured Tires While Yoti Kidc and GRDVLE West Ilound Trains Eaat Hound Train Dally Dail ex Sun exSur No 2 No 9 20am Dailv STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 6 Nol 1110am Lv Irvinpton At 1160 12 06pm 2 35 1258 1212 22 110 128 135 165 220 230 264 uarnciu Harned Junction Hardlnsburg Junction Kirk Olendcane Dcmnster 810 780 7 7 60 7 40 15 7 00 KEEPS THEM MENDED JibiotiiUy liarmlees and pleasant to tSt It te loose the mucous and al off without exerting or illiitlpjr and stops the cough at onee by inilimed parts gives vigor ig V wml 4taMty to the respiratory organs and a condition in wiitcti an ine Bncklens Arnica Salve Jolly ItSwUtoue spit lttf i m exerted with regularity and hi Meimrlam y Qi PWrip McGovern dear husband of la- Mtr who died Nov 24th about eigbty fivo years ot eawl wtWable to sit up and talk un- W woar when Iw Ml aeleep and at 7 w gfiBtt i to say one wor ot fa ewell to who Hood wee4g by his awl when so many bowea were Merry over tbtjir Mweting oa tlay ooe boBM wa made i he breathed his an without UMmaiiNf Cl owrlovtwl E la rtrtiBg plaatk Oov ttthor ynn ksv Mk f Via Tit wilt WW ys lfd aoe osi n 9tm iiiuw Thk Bust Salvk in the world for Cute Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ PURELY VEGETABLE ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ The clieapeat nurett and best temllr Medi Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions cine In tho world I An effectual sPfoMte er and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ all disease of tho Ll er Htoraach and Hpleen Hegutatetho Liver and prevent Uhllls end quired It Is guaranteed to give perlect Kever Malarloiu Kovera Kowel Complaints Kestlcewiose JauBdlce and Nausea satisfaction or money refunded Price Fob Balk by A R 25 cents per box BAD BRKATHI Nothing Is so UBplesnt nothing to com- Fteher every mon oa a had breatht ana In neurly earn bo ca It comes from the etomaeh and no easily corrected If you will take sHmmena Freezing Silage Llvor Regulator Do sot neglect to reiuody fer this repulsive dSoreter It will The Wisconsin Station siys In view also Improve your appotlte complexion ad of the relatively small loasi a which ap- general health ncar to accrue from the fret zing it ia CONSTIPATION altnuBU hould not he regarded as a trifling regularity fair to conclude that pesont modes of n fact nature demand the utmoet any ieviaUou from Mtla silo construction offr adequate protec of the bowole aad way ofte to serlou da demand pave ta The injury from front tion ger KUautUMiseeearytotwvelBHre accurauUsHoM freea the bowel aa K U to eat only RtodltlcalioH which Is Indicated is oreleep and no health can be expeeied where such at will malw it roalbleto reduce a costive habit ofbody prevail the veatilatlott of the silo lining and ol SICK HKAJUOHKI TbUdUtreMlnaUttou oocurs meat fre the silo Iteell to aa small an aruoust as of the etoutaeh Tha possible luring freezing weather arlelug from thSftaparfeetly UttW cause a uvera pain in the tsead Ia a alio wlterf booq after tilling and again tea daya tater water at h rate ol nearly Id pounfta per equate foot waa laeoe tUmmomi LWw eUe at the wrlaaa Rpflld the irlYIWl ACKAOinM amnanliH ta J 5 ImaIvm aad ttt moldy hm S Wmih Mdaaah ilaf to t similar depth waxm otx puuatuifhia Â¬ ar Fallsnoughlv irempster Kockvale Oaks Mitchell 2 42 3 09 Ruth Aaklns 660 630 620 600 637 627 616 608 No Walking Home Guaranteed not No tailing out of valves to Injiro tires One treatment Insures jour tires against leaks for a year For Sale by Blcyce Ca containing enough ruucturoUl for two tires Dealers or sent postpaid to any address on rectslpt ol 320 3 48pm ArFordsvilleLv 4 tO 4 41 4 36am - Price 100 CHELSEA MASS HAY Tha moat centr llu located Hotal in Uwcltu aslt CHILL TONIC WARRANTED PRICE SOott A ixatu iluu Not M WH 18JU8TA8 COOl FOR ADULTSv TA5TELEH5 Puncturoid aaaaHR9WlBata aaasBasHQMsBadBKKUtJ Mfg Co IVtk IV PCA RATES aaasaaaaasaaaaaBaBBsaasasaasasasastfsaaaaaasssBB r XV tKtMmmKKBW aBaPHasaaBBm sataSiBBllBw K4n wJifM saHaaW wSaatBaBBBaHBBttlBlBBlBaalBBVSBE nf t Ml m ey r rUa aEOHffffsass var t - i- - u Ur ImbIm m4 Mtatiy Immhm W4 isi eounk M1 WrM Df BH aatasl2jiy1as i y jttfi ia t -- V v tt v yi gglggg vis - The crowd struck us yesterday what a rush it was thought once we would have to hang out a How our clerks did work what a happy lot of people came looker sign Standing Room Only inorrfnrChristmas presents and thftvlcnpwthpv wnnlH find them here Downthecenter counterhow the Fancy CHINA Ware did go Storm swept by a ceaseless army of buyers and the Dolls hovy i j l- i 141 i i All 1J iL uiervn ovei uie nouse me snouts oir me tvT tney went ivierry vnrisimcis gm liuincib mmicu wiui x1M r f i i uasn Kegister tne song ot casli boys was enougn to tnrin tne T T neart oi everyone clang oi tne It made everybody feel like to morrow night they x-L-- o 1 A f i s 1 T rti 4 - 1 1 11 1 And make the To morrow begins the last rush before Santa will come down the chimney are you glad prepared to do the Santa Glaus act If not strike a bee line for our store while yet there are good things left mvi JygrM To Morrow ITighl EVERY LADY ifcJA 5- WAITTED TO little hearts rtpF S3 A-INT-- A CLAU S y 9i kM j J Si y j T1 i LA4 l a t- S3 m Til Hi - r LJ1 ri IO J i V iisr Up-to-Da- Who cnme to our store went away satisfied that goods vc Will be the night to act Santa Claus Lcts not worrv over the matter hist enmn tn ns we can help you find gifts for the loved ones 7 1VI I 19 aie the people for They toltl others to coine to us the result an endless procession is constantThere arc more ly passing our counters Â¬ HUE WORKS w ijji A big stock in the fust place Let us made it easy to please every one help you make others happy goods yet LITTLE POLKS Come and pick out what you want Santa Claus to bring you We will tell Santa all about what you want FOR BOYS Wagons Engines A REMINDER CLOTHING DEPARTMENT SHOE DEPARTMENT DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT CHINA WARE DEPARTMENT Full of Christmas Novelties I Htm i1 FOR GIRLS Sewing Machines Trains Guns Trunks Pianos t Harps Drums Tool Chest Books Candy Fire Works TOY Wash Outfits Stoves Dishes Dolls Sad Irons Doll Buggies Lets shoot old Santa boys make him hustle around oftencr How about Jre Crackers Roman Candles Sky Rockets We have lots of them Grocery Department Send in your order we can fill them with good things to eat such a displsty as we present will tempt the appetite of any on Toy Pistols Tables Chairs ii m pri va We have the goods to fill your wants so come to opi store Our great Clearance sale will start the town talking It will ccrry more sunshine and pleasure into the hearts of the little ones than anV other Clearance Sale ever inaugurated in this city Its the bountiful harvest of bargains seldom spread before public Its your picking your feast Dont hesitate but come to our store to- day and to morrow its a money saver to you X - To day and to morrow we will mako a clean sweep of every Toy and Novelty in our house CLEAN SWEEP 9 M - 04 WW s Iit JjJLMIBXf r iiv - -- I f Uil Higlieat Honors Awarded OR Worlda Fair vmc l ItSlrx rDEAU Jesse Owen TPt Iflfjay hero Dolls dolls dolls City Bakery Elro crackers Grgory A Gibson Christmas cakes fresh and nice Su- Â¬ iters Lunches served Xmas week at Rledel A Cos In tho lead for Xmas goods Bab bagos Fresh erf am brick andBwira cheese the ambttafrtfettpoa W 8 Bowmer W V Roomer O T Skillman Fred Fralze and O W Moor man attended n dance at Hnwesville Monday night Ak tho 1kvb how they got homo and If riding on a midnight freight is pleasant Rav M M Benton Episcopal mluis ter from Louisville will hold services In Mmw EWLEYVLLE PLiOvteLRPORT Pills Cure All Liver Illse Prevention kv s iwnajsiiijiimsiisjiajumjajgtj Til awnisi wyiWsMOit Wb cill D c mbcr u winter montlu but the general weather is so beautiful as to niako us imavine ou selves in the midst of spring IWs ry si ill HERE IS A Â¬ Farmers are busy finishing up tbo city Saturday Babbages will be the place to get your X mos goods Rev W B Ruliedge went to Ilnrdlna MOST PERFECT MADE burg yesterday K liureGrane Crram nfTirlir p Pni1 6om Ammonia lum or any other adulterant Florida oranges dirt cheap Addison Dick Addison 40 Years the Standard Jailor Shellman of Hardlusburg was ii- - Breckenridge News in the city Saturday j1- real handsomo present n Tokla cup WEDNESDAY DEOEMUEtt 23 1800 and siucer Sulzjrs Miss Sallio Daniels will bo homo to LOCAL BREVITIES day to spend Christmas U Choice green coffee 16 eta per pound Frulta frulls at Holders at Addlron Dick Addison fire works at lUciielUos A There will bo no preaching at tho KIritA A nrnnt Mo ilnll fnr 11 rnnla SnV rV Presbyterian church next Sunday kit W Fresh candles or Christmas Ried- Len Pate of Jollys Station was in the city Monday enrou to to Owensboro V-Ti si AlHlnr Simnlo wns In tntvn Man- Send In your grocery order wo can fill lTday it everything the appetite may crave Ime candles for ChriBtmaS at 13nb Sulzers i 4Jii iU3X0 B T Little prices are teasing big values Hot coffee lioV ccflee at tho City and the former is haying a heap Qi fun Bakery at Sulzjrs Dout miss it to day and to morrow Never in a better shape in our lives to Suzjref Oil the wants of tho people than this week To day and to morrow Its a snap Suzars Sailrs Dont miss tho chance to get holiday goods at the prices wo ofler them to day Salt at 00 cents a barrel at Addison Dick Addison and to morrow Mr S 0 Black of Garfield was in the Hon Tic Jolly was In the city Satur- Â¬ city yesterday day aud says he will be n candidate for Henry Head of Gory don Ky was in County Court Clerk he city yesterday Buy your ho1 lay gco Je at the store that How about a fancy basket of fruits and gives you the bargains and quality F N DHuys is the place candies Sulzjr Dr P A Adkisson of Portland Avenue Dout miss the cyclone sale to day and Louisville is spending a few daj s among to morrow Suzers The saloons were all closed from Wed Â¬ his friends at Ekron Ky Mr and Mrs Alfred Miller of New nesday until Saturday Robt E Woods of Louisville was In Bethel wero in the city Monday doing same Christmas shopping the city yesterday on business A cloud burst of beauty radiant with Miss Kellio Miller of Sample visited good values and Sparkling with low prices Mrs Eugene Haynes last week awaits your inspection at DHuys Tho Ladies Giub met at Mr nnd Mrs The younger four bundled of this city J II Logans last Thursday evening organiz3d u club It is culled the James Snyder has a sow that has drop Â¬ have Cloverport Chocolate Candy Club ped thirty eight pigs in eleven months Our stock of mens and ladieR hand- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Denny Miller of New kerchiefs for Christmas presents are just Bethel were in the cityyesterday shop Â¬ what you want in that line Sulzers ping Old Santa was so well pleased with our Services next Sunday tt the Irvingtou he wanted to Catholic church will be held ut the usual reception this jear that stay with us all the year round Suz rV hour Learn tho little girls how to saw get Just one look and you will want some ot the pretty Christines novelties we a real sewing machine nothing to get out of order nicest present yet for little lilve isuzsrs girls Sulzrrs VMiss Margaret Skillmau arrived home Try our grocery department for your from Oxford Ohio Saturday night Mo groceries for tho New Year Goodgoods spend Christmas at right prices and prompt free delivnry Remember our goods are the pick of -- F N DHuy many lines we can offr you some rare I Foster Lvous Irvincton and John bargains Sulzers Dyer Burcs were in tonn lest wek Will Mattingly of Concordia has ac Mr Dyer is a caudidate for jailer on tho cepted a position as time keeper at Democratic ticket Corn wells quarry WJump Henderson Luby Adkiswn ind Clint Adkissi n in again n tho road Charlie Cltiycoinb went to Louisville soiling the best ils madj In he country Thursday with two car loads of lug Save an order for him They sold for 2 70 Nothing is more apprecitted than a Buy a watch clock silver spoons su Â¬ nice box of canity for a Chr stmas pres- Â¬ gar thells gold pen silyer vnoveltis Babaiefl ent See and last but not least a pair of ood Wtlr Austin 13 win one oi the oldest spectacles fiom DHuy cUizmsin the ounty die a his home Our advertisement is our telephone near this city Monday nignt by It we have been talking in tbo three S D Cox cfSfephemport was a pass Â¬ lost issues to dont ring off until Sinta enger on the triin Friday reluming from calls on you Sulzjrs a business trip to Uannslton Letters and figures cannot tell half the Christmas morning perbsps you will bargain story You must coine make have to make a present to some one you your own selections and wo will make A forgot then remember us Sulzers the price to suit F N DHuy r- a blind mluister You nevdrcan be any younger nor The Rev Mr Hayes V will deliver a lecture at the Baptist may never have such opportunities to church tonight No fuj at the door havo your photograph taken So cjme - TTnnrs can lin Hnnnt In Bnlzsra Fatah- - with the crowd to Knights Gallery tllshniont looking at tho Christmas beau- - Misses Ellzabath Skillman and Allien more you iook uie rnoreyou Murray ac ompanied by Jameb R Skill JWft n e Jrfifi see man spent la it Saturday and Suiday Just a souvenir then get something with Miss Brook Stephens at Alta UK XV A Toklo Vista unique pretty and durable i Mr Charles Miller Sr of Harclins cup and saucer Is jist the thing Sul- burg Bpent Sunday In the city He was rMiss Maggie Bowmer aftf r an extend on his way to New Madrid Mo to j Id yislt to friends and relatives in spond Christmas with his daughter Urs and Henderson returned BobJ Park i-- Owensboro Rev Donald M Grant will preach at home esterday A pTlIlain Tinius ryrd Miss Bertie Haw- - the Presbyterian church at Guston Hun Christian Endeavor a Kins win ue marneu lo uigui m mo uuum day morning The society will couduct special aorvicert in of thft brides parents Mr and Mrs tho evening Caleb HawklnH James C Latimer of Bristol Tonn got that we have been head- Dont for jy- - quarters for anta Cuus for the past was the guest of his uncle Mr John Mr Latimer In on jT twenty years Our stock this year is Shouse last week the reportial stuff of one of the dally paÂ¬ all new Babbages t In thar city If a cyclone had struck us after the last pers will Presbyterian Gleaners The woad not ifcT ru8i clearer than ourav0 cleaedtothecoun give a Christmas entertainment to the prices for day and tera childron of the Sunday school Christ Yte jnorrew Sulzers friends of the school created more talk mas nluht All the No line of ware has rare cordially invited tban the line of Japaneseware of oiir del we Ladies f let tints curious dhapes they make an will mall send a us 21c In stamps andmel you pair of button black J elegant present Suzars legglus with privilege to return if We eorae toycAi this year with one jl In every respect Mark holiJay goods not satisfactory Ulte VHMtwlected lines ol ants Cannelton Ind city A talstake will be made If Having served the people since 1873 or dont visit us Bbbsgis years of equare dealing we church on twenty four Srvice at St Row Catholic are anxious to have this as the banner am I ObrbUBU Day at year Come and see me for bargains tket evefiing at 7M There will lie am always In the lead F N DHuy JtawdlctfaM oi tk lUessed SacraBent I By ottler at the Rt Key Bishop a col Detective Wilis and Marshall Hall ar atlott will bs mtwj up at all the woth mted Dtve Oullata the negro binjo Iitf wrvUs Holy CemtnuBioa at all piekw tirnt baa twea about here for He was wasted at Burkes owwtima Um VHU Cumberland county Teah for at kaaptw rap on a white woman e LadUa atw i ua 74c In sUmps state ooiv ox Wood grwn Ua or bltwk button or W awl w will mall you quUtm VarbtteM kid gJovf is Mm tha U4 1 to 1 with privlli to ratiua If not luakot Mttafcototy to vry mpwt Af Mkuau OtwMlton ItL BAKING Suzers Authur Mattingly Sample was in the P0WDIR Â¬ u- the Presbterian church Sunday the 17th at 11 a m and 3 p m Celebra- Â¬ tion of Holy Communion at 11 clock services All cordially Invited J T F Owens card appears In this issue He is now with one of tho oldest and best Tobacco Houses In Louisville and besides being one of the cleverest men in the world we hope those who have tol acco to ship to Iiulsvllle will remember his houso The steamer Cloverport took a large raft of logs out of Clover Creek to Tell City last Sunday and returned early In tho evening It was her maiden trip and lu r beauti ul performance was a success far beyond tho iricst sanguine expecta Â¬ tions of her owners and adtnireis yllsa Lutie Moormam has secured a nice private ucliool In this city nnd will teach in room over J DBabbagos store The srcslon will begin tho Monday fol- Â¬ lowing the close of tho public school She has room for a fw more pupils and nill bo vlad to have tliem MIas Moor- Â¬ man s a first class teacher Markums the merchants at Cannelton Ind carry the laVgest lino of cloak capes and stylish wraps in this vicinity Black and brown bouclo effects green and black covert mixtures Fine Irish Fieeze light and dark colors Coach man tans all shapes seal plush and astrachan capes all worthy of your atten Â¬ tion if ycu are going to buy Rev Father Carroll returned Wednes- Â¬ day from a three months visit to his father in Boston He is enjoying splen- Â¬ did health and says he had a most de- Â¬ He was lightful stay at his old homo and be glad to get back to KeAtucky with his church again His members were equally as glad to havo him back Tho young ladies have organlzsd n Cooking Club with a number of married ladies They expect to entertain during They nro es follows tho holidays MUees Allien Murray Elizabeth- - Skill man Maggie and Bettio Bowmer Jennie Warfleld LaFayetto Lalleist and Maymee Grifllth MtsdameaOlt Skill man S S Watkirs Geo W Short O V j Moorman J B Randall and Wm Smart vjlio will of Mrs EliX Holt was admitt Â¬ ed to probate in tho Daviess county court at Owensboro last Monday She bequeathes to a number of ueicts and nephews certain household property and to her sister Mrs Chos May nephews and nieces such money notts and other evidences of debt due after payment of all her debts as she died pos Â¬ sessed of in tho proportion as the law Chas Her brother-in-laprovides May is named as executor years work MONEY SAVING SALE HOLT Orville Skillman Cloverport was in tho Bottom Sunday Mrs J O Tinius is visiting friends and relatives in Cloverport Miaj Mary Weatherholt of Hancock county is visiting relatives here Chas Dutschke Lodlburg spent Sun Â¬ day with his cousin Miss Mary Dutschke Miss Susan Pauley has accepted a po- Â¬ sition with a private family in Louie ville Miss Jennie Watiljld of Cloverport was the guest oj Miss Forriu Hardin last Â¬ week of Henderson Clarence Burkhart county Is visiting his sister Mrs Arabia Smith The protracted meeting closed Friday night without any additions to the chu ch Zack Hardin Hardins Mill was in the Bottom on business one day last week - ff fc Will Stewart who occldently shot himself a few weeks ago is able to be out again Will Johnson and Allen Jennings of HiteaRjn wore in the Bottom Saturday and Sunday Tuck Landum a colored man living at Addison died of consumption Saturday night Dec 12th The big ball advertised f it Addison last Saturday evening we understand was a complete failure Albert and Jesse Smith of Meade county spent Saturday and Sunday with their brother Thos Smith -- MF and Mis Jno Pauley anil Miss Vanda Carson of Cloverport attended church here Friday evening Elmer Boultinghouse who has been In Illinois at work tho post year returned home la it week to Bpend tho winter Mrs Sandy Holts dwelling houso and most all of the contents were destroyed by Ore about IP oclock Thursday night Cause uuknown Rev Donald Grant of tha Presbyteri Â¬ an church of Cloverport delivered two interesting sermons at Holts very chapel Sunday morning and evening tq Mrs Anna Deputy Gap U wlfo of Ev tin S Marshal Kan I CelumfaHt saysi was delivered of TWINS In less than at min Â¬ utes art with scarcely Miy jfciu after uhg only Three tips at the collection Sunday better than cure Tutts Liver AM of tlieiu good Pills will not only cure but if Oar Sabbath school Is still an evertaken in time will prevent green Bro Lewis preached for his people Saturday and Sunday dyspepsia biliousness malaria Mrs Jane Cunningham was the guest constipation jaundice torpid of Mr and Mrs T J Jolly from Wed- Â¬ liver and kindred diseases nesday to Saturelay last week Pete Fountalne called to see onp of our girls one day last week ABSOLUTELY CURE Two dinner parties Sunday Mrs Lora Spes is visiting her relatives LH W TIME TABLE at this place OOIKO WIIT Hunter Haulaway who is in the gov ernmont employ at Poplar Mont made Mienr Dtlly arr HardIniburglJi52 pm OOIKO his appearance iiero Dec 8th and is vis- Â¬ tumenger Dlly rr HIT lUrdlnibarg 7t30 m iting pniong frleudp all of whom give him a cordial welcome Ills stay is to HARDINSBURG be brief Lieut B F Hardaway Is at the homo Morris Beard has moved into his new of his parents near Guston for the house Christmas holidays We note his pres Â¬ Vllom to the wife of Frank Shellman ence at Sunday school and church at the 17 a boy Bewley ville 20h B F Beard Is bIIII confined to his bed 0 II Drury nnd daughter Alberta and improves slowly are visiting relatives at Brandenburg A nice assortment of all kinds of jew- Â¬ Our paiticular friend continues the pursuit of Inspiration Doubtless his elry James Klncheloe efforts in this direction will soon be con- Â¬ Solid silver or plated tea tablo or des summated and then he may tell the sert spoons James Klncheloe rest Mr Ferd McGhce and wife Irvington Arthur Walker frequently goes up In- Â¬ were here Saturday and Sunday to Meado county nnd he is not at all s 1 D R Murray of Cloverport was hero fish nbout the attraction for he often brings the young lady down to Bewley nearly all of last week on legal business Misses Rebecca Wilson and - Lydia We admire the choice ville It is with sad heart that wo chronicle Lyons of McQuady were here ono day the death of little Roy Albright who last week shopping Mr David Barnes arrived here last died of croup on Sunday night Dec 131b His Illness was of so short duration that week from Smlthland Kv and has open Â¬ death was upon him before his parents ed up the old Hamilton Hotel realized it We accompanied the heart- Â¬ I have the most complete line of broken ones to Buck Grove Tuesday knives and forkr s on the market at any where the lito rody was laid away to price desired James Klncheloe await the resurrection morn Mr J R Spencer of West View has rented the hotel at Fordsvllh Ky and Mr T F ODonnell a well known will go there to take charge January 1 druggist of ParsQns Pa in speaking oi I have a large and complete assortment Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di- Â¬ arrhoea Rtmedy says Several times in of plain and fancy clocks Will also give the Inst few years when suffering with big bargains in watches James Kinch cramp or diarrhoea I have made a per- Â¬ eloe Lee Meyer and sheriff Pate mado a lysonal test of tho value of this remedy Tho eff ct in each instance was almost ing trip to Cloverport Friday night Mr For sale by A R Meyer wont down to attend tho Masonic immediate relief lodge Fisher Druggist Hook Miller Co by permlesion of Piof Wilbur It Smith Lexington Ky the board of trustees havo put a Fair Is the person for bank scales on the street opposite the young men wish Â¬ Ccurt house Mrs Walter Campbell of VI ginia ar Â¬ ing to be qualified for a good position rived here Thursday and will be tho to write Prof guest of her mother Mrs Bowmer until Smith secures the after Cnrislmas Reniemb9r that Mr T O Lewis has best paying situations and his Col- - moved back to Janus Kincheloes jewel Â¬ onifnBail b n iHHMir IBL lna t OD uul u It J ry store where he can be found at all mrMA ofllcialp times to do repairing nnntrpnr nnftitv kr Everybody that attends the dedication Pnor Wiiiun P Smith men etc Among of the new Methodist church South at dinaTON kv Ills thousauda of graduates in business all Cave Spring the second Sunday in Jan over America as merchants bankers uary will be amply provided for ofllclas aro nearly 2000 in Kentucky My silver ware consists of water ssts Hon F B Gray National Bank Exam wattertllters tea sits cake stands etc iner of Texts and J E Brock of a St All these goods are now on display and Louis bank receiving 2000 a year are we will take pleasure in showing you both Kentucky boys and like 100 other At my house you can get presents from graduates of Prof Smith occupying lucra- Â¬ 25c up All are invited to give mo a vail tive bai k positions found their Business James Klncheloe Course md Diploma from his College to rof Robert of Meade county in have been a pf mport to their positions connection with Prof Kerrick will take Prof Wil- Â¬ charge of Hon J MSamuels says the Breckenridge Normal Col- Â¬ bur R Smith is a gentleman of cl aracter lege January 1 Mr Robards has rented ind ability evinced by the different pos- Mr Taylor Beards property and will itions of honor and trust to which he has move into it next week been called For over 25 years he has Licensed to marry Samuel T John- been a nucce ml ul Businets EJucator 20 sou to Mrs Mary EHes j E A Matthews years us President of the Commercial to Miss Annie Dal ton S T Parton to 3 College of Kentucky University of which Miss Katie Clark Clarence JI Hook to I am a graduate He was a Worlds Fair Mrs Iva Simmons John T Dowell to Commissioner from Kentucky alscrPjes Miss Eva Board J B Whltworth to Miss ident of tho Chamber of Commerce and Sarah E Driskell Vice P esldent of a National Bank and There is talk of a change of time on for years a practical Accountant wish a Business Education or a our railroad about the first of January If you knowledge of Phonography Type writ There will probably bo a passenger train ing or Telegraphy at the least total cost put on tbo road to connect with both night and day trains at Irvington giving ft i th Diploma from Kentucky university graduation address only Prof W R passengem on the branch through servlco on to Louisville and enabling them to re- Â¬ Smith Lexington Ky Exchange turn homo the same day at night The O N Granf a prominent druggist of east and west bound trains on the Grant Boone county Ky in sending in Texas will pass at Irvington Instead of stl It is the best Stephensport as heretofore This will a nice order writes sailer I have In stock I sell a dozen bot- Â¬ do away with the long two hous wait at to one that point which passengers from this tles of Dr Bells section to louisville so much dread of any other kind of medicine There Is no doubt such a change would A Faitori Appreciation increase tl o passenger travel very large Â¬ One thing of which a preacher may bo ly at all points on the bra ch from justly proud in this life where labor and Irvington to Fordsvillo silf denlal aro so abundant is the cons Notioo sideration his people manifest toward All rwtsni cwing the estate of John T and him Many times during the past six Wheeler deceased are hereby notified to settleSusan sjroe years haye the people of Goshen by at my office in Union btar Ky within 15 days from this date All persons having claims ogaipst tha their ktndnet s caused me to take cour Â¬ same estates are notified to present them properly age and go forward And now as we proven within same time K CKICIIIUSON Adoir for J T and Susan Wheeler ecd near the end of thjs the sixth year of our I feel very pleasant pastoral retailor that 1 am under greatly increased obllga BLUE g- tions for a renewal and a redoubling of their manifestations of appreciation May we be permitted to offer our slucere thanks to Mrs Priest Moorman for a largo Christmas turkey and a nice supply of butter Bro R G Robertson for a wagon had of corn Bro Jqhn Owen for a fat hog- and tho church at large for a new suit of clothes made to order and iOll SAIK tlHEAl and Improved other useful articles May the good swine 1igsChester wWillieliradUry Poland China eithe4 No 734 and Lord bless dear old Goshen according to lilk Cyclone heads my herd L Wyandottes II 1 Hocks L May the Spirit of S AlsoB S tinhorns and Kmjiden Geise Drauus His abundant mercy High C ftno life reign in al our hearts and lead both scorinir prUa stock reasonable Kggshipping pr ij and f s 00 per j carefully packel Ibr Your patroiiaire klndy solicited sal traction pastor and people In the right way lteipectfullv guaranteed W B KuixuxiB and Wirtc H A IAKKS Clifton Mills Ky Â¬ Sick Headache That will fairly eclipse any sale ever offered in this city -- TUTTS Liver PILLS Our - Christmas -- - Stock Goes on the counter in the great Clearance Sale Dont miss it Its the picking of the season You will find among its vast display something to suit everybody To -- Day and To -- Morrow Â¬ Â¬ Will be your chance Special arrangements made so every one can get waited upon Come early so as to get first pick SULZERS All A Merry Christinas To you and- - A Happy New Year Too Less than two days before Christmas I Thought of the gifts that you will be called upon to give up in older to brighten somebody elses Chribt mas Why not UNDERSCORE on your Purchas- Â¬ ing Lint that we have tho largest stock of beautiful useful and practical Holiday gifts in the city It will pny you to examine our grand lines in rich Diamond Jewelry fine Watches Sterling Silver Novoltic Solid Silyer Cut Glass Banquet Lamps Leather Goods Clocks Canes Umbrellas 0 uia Uliwes etc High grade goods only As for prices there is no such thing as competition when qaulity is considered Early Callers onjoy many advantages over thosu who put it ofl till last few days Have you thought of it Â¬ Wmdt -- tB PState Â¬ Â¬ You arc cordially invited to call on u nnd see tho many beautiful things that we have filled ouritore with in preparation for tho Holidays this year F N DHUY TeWfilnr SilvpreniiHi nnfirinii Cloverport Ky A tmmmnsimmmmmmmmmmiu The place to buy your I Winter I y Brandy Which by the way is almost a household necessity in this season of colds is not from the dealer whose goods are always doubtful even to himself and generally much more so to other people and whose price is necessarily high but from the J VS y Distiller Who is the right man in the right place who guards with the greatest vigilence the purity and superiority of his brandy in all the details of its preparation and manufacture who does not grind leaves trash rotten and withered np- pies as other distillers do but uses only the nicest fruit Â¬ 1M ARE THAT DISTILLER SPRING HERD - trvobotle ot CASTORIA u4 MOTHERS FUND DIB JKW mil f OWSIT g gr broken when it arrive PICKETT TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE UiUiUimmimiiUiK CA Bridges Co T If IF1 3 cxprss any where 3 Sent Z Address S W L BURGH E 3 Rhodelia Ky 3 I Will nay for any 3 age that not pure if the Seal is not PHCE f And ours is the only house within our knowledge doing an exclusive sound apple business and our guarantee always goes with the goods Send inyour orders while wo still have some old BRANDY 250 PER GALLON JUG INCLUDED GOD by S NB 100 pack- - is WITH aug JBX AWWVAM MODUTO CO PKtKlHTKa rammm KyM 3 OKA U A BRIDGK Cir Elftltk Mil HUI Tw58S5Ti3L W0ttUKJ AVUKTa UUWIU solo nx all PUiooati yotri vovths storag StrMtS UUISVILIEKY ran Iht Mrli lalfygivraihat has m of Polk dlssolri rrf MttusTrott flMftiry MsVii AM psr foot la drU tnus will pbswa Mills srth lfc mw Sim at Orftory rlbson KT 1 OLIC K OCKstCOHV Dr 1A s iha kins cUimi cfT U fl ban H01 iniiVl W fwv- thain bafcfa ism unJarurntd wooOiy 4iommi tta or iJT Wm ts inj rVK HHOUlta AWr All parton AlnitraUcXoUc Jj 0 - - faua DECEMBER 23 1896 Mongrel Jtaee Hot While the Cuban question in most of Its details lias been thoroughly dis cussed thero is ono feature of the situa Â¬ tion to which little or no prominence has been given And that is tho character ol tho population With respect to the Cubans there ex Â¬ ist in the public mind quite a variety of ideas It is urged by thess who sympa Â¬ thize with the Spanish government that Cuba is wholly unfit to govern herself on account of the prominence of negro Tho prevailing blood on tho island opinion in this country even among those who are friendly to tho insurgents Ecems to bo that a majority of tjie na tives aro mixed breeds who While there are some of coins fall under this liead the number is small When compared to the total pop ulation of tho island and scarcely amounts to u fraction From the latest official returns tho white inhabitants number about 1100 000 whllo the colored population includ- Â¬ ing negroes Indians and mixed breeds Theso figures is only about 489000 clearly show that pure Spanish blood predominates on the islaud and that Cuba is just as capable of as the haughty kingdom of Spain itself f tlll another falso impression in re gard to Cuba is expressed in the charge that its population is criminal and un- Â¬ ruly So far as the records throw any light upon this suljct nearly all the crimes committed on the island are traced to residents of foreign birth and not to native Cubans either white or Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 03teLdKmNBiiDaK nk qhoVKRpotS ky Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY The Dfngley Bill From Th American Frme l Last year the Republicans in the House of Representatives did what was thought to be tho very beet thing to meet tho alarming deficiency in the National revenues Recognizing their poworlcssncse to undo the evil work of the Wilson Iniquity and the urgent need of immediato relief of the Treasury thoy passed the Dlngley Bill which they hoped would commend itself to the Democrats and the President as being simply an amendment to the Wilson Mil and strictly on its lines to provide for such an increase of revenue as would savo the country from further increaso of debt and more bonds They made it strictly an emergency measuro and limit-Â¬ ed its oporation to two years one of which is now gone The bill restored wool and some other articles to tho dutiable list nt eix tentliB the duty imposed by the McKinley Bill and made a general advance of 15 per cent on all the other duties on the list of the Wilson Tariff This was a very small advance For cxamplebay which paid a duty of 1 a ton under the Mc KInley law and was cut down to 2 by Wilson would pay 2 30 The other rates in the Agricultural Schedule would have been changed as follows McKinley Horses and mules each 0 Co Cattle each 10 oo Sheep each i 50 lluclcwheat bushel 15 cents Corn bushel 15 Oats bushel i Kye bushel 10 Wheat bushel aj Batleybushel jo Hlceper pound Duller per pound c Cheeseper pound 6c lleansbushel 40c Honeygallon ate Hogs pound 1 15c Onionsbushel oc Kggs dozen Like btIlouness dyspepsia headache consM patlon sour stomach Indigestion are promptly cured by Hoods Mils They do their work Liver Ills B W cailly and thoroughly Best after dinner pills 23 cents All druggists Prepared by C h Hood Hoods II IIIC 5 A Merry Christinas to We have made special arrangements with Santa to supply us with Holiday Goods from now until Christmas and have received the largest and mosfr complete Co Lowell Mnss Tho only Mil to tnka with Hoods Bftrsnpnrllta W 1 It Wlaon Dlngey 3 so per ct so so 2a perct J a3 H sj 3 colored so JO J J aj 36 1 8 loc 4C c a3perct loc 8c soc otc 46c 46c ljperct 3C II 6c ajc 3 45C se 3C Potatoes bushel Ilaxseed Lushel Vegetables soc JoC aspcrct 10 per ct ise I7ajc ajc 11S was calculated that this might bring as much as 50000000 increase of revenue and that it should receive unques- Â¬ tioned support from all parties But the Â¬ It pc I Democrats in the House voted against it and when it went to the Senato tho Finance Committee having a large Free Silver majority struck out every- Â¬ thing after the enacting clause all revenue provisions of every kind and substituted a Free Coinage bill The Free Silver republicans led by Senator Teller and aided by the Democratsstub bornly refused to let it come before the Senate until a freo Coinage Bill wns passed Senator Morrill made two de- Â¬ termined efforts in February last to get the original bill before the Senate The first effort was defeated by a vote of twenty nine to twenty one and the second by thirty three to twenty two Tills is its legislative status to day It is in the hands of the Finance Committee but a majority of the Senate can at any time order it reported back take it up and pass it This should bo done but whether the minds of tho Free Silyer Its publican Senators have been changed any by the election remains to be seen As wo said at tho time their conduct in defeating its consideration last February was simply inexcusable They sacrificed the interests oi their wool growing and farm er constitutents and became accompli- Â¬ ces in plunging the country deeper into debt without in tho least aiding their main hobby Opposition has been expressed to the Diugley Bill on the ground that it recognizes and attempts to amend an inher Â¬ ently vicious measure Fear is express ed that if it is adopted it will prevent tho passage of a wisely matured equita ble Tariff such as the country demands shall supersede the Wilson Iniquity These objections are not well taken The Dlngley Bill Is expressly limited in its operations to a year from now which will give time to prepare another bill As to the recognition of the Wilson monstrosity that is mere quibbling We have the Wilson Tariff and must endure it until anothei is substituted Until then let us minlmlzs its hurtfulness as far as possible There is no telling when we can get another bill It took two years to pass tho McKinley Bill It will be three months beforo 1resldent McKinley is inaugurated If ho should call an extra session at once the bill could not possibly go into operation beforo Midsummer In the meanwhile the Treasury will continue to run behind millions of dollars every montband anticipating tho higher tariff foreigners would fill our bonded warehouses with goods and with wool which without increasing our revenue would take work and wages away from our peoplo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho only respect in which the Cubans are deficient is in educational facilities Common schools have made but litto progress in Cuba for tho simple reason that Spain has done every thing in her power to prevent the growth of intelligence While the statement Is a harsh one to make it is never the less true The idea of the home government in alopting such a barbarous policy is no doubt explained by the fact that slavory can bo best promoted in a condition of ignorance Spanish rule in Cuba has and thero is always been oppressive every reason to believe that the govern ment has stilled education for the pur- Â¬ pose of maintaining its supremacy over tho island Instead of accomplishing Its purpose however this policy of keeping the Cubans In ignorance has failed and Spiin is now grievousy aware of her mistake Had she treated tho Cubans with only decent respect instead of reducing them to a stato of abject dependence and ser- Â¬ vitude tho fires of revolution woud never have been kindled on the island and its fertile soil now drenched with blood would be today luxdrant with thj smile of peaeo Atlanta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ I am 87 years old and have used about all of the cough and lung remedies that have been sold during my life and for the benefit of tho suffering I will say that I have nover used any remedy equal to Dr Bells It gives quick and permanent relief In grippe as We keep it in our well as other coughs house all the time and would not be Miss M A Mktcaike without it 1005 South Fourth Street Paducah Ky Wheat Will be Higher Wheat continues to go up and will continue to do so for some time yet The best estimates put the actual needs of Europe at 300000000 bushels with not more than 330000000 bushels any- Â¬ where In sight This makes the United States once more the arbiter of the market Russia Australia and India are exhausted The latter two must buy great quantities of wheat instead of sll ing The only hope of Europe before the next crop comes in is from Argen- Â¬ tine which being south of the equator is now harvesting The burning ques- Â¬ tion Is hnw much she will be able to supply with the general belief that it will not be more than half her annual crop or about 5000000 bushels If this prove true wheat will take a jump The lessening amount of our own wheat coming forward greatly strengthens the advance in prices It shows that our supply is limited so that a considerable rise does not tempt our farmers to part with their grain We think they are justified in expecting that it will go con Â¬ siderably higher yet American Farmer Â¬ Eczema All Her Life Mr E DJenkins of Lithonia Ga says that his daughter Ida inherited a severe case of Eczema which the usual mercury and potash remedies failed to relieve Year by year she was treated with various mediclnei external appli cations and internal remedies without result Her sufferings were intense and her condition grew steadily worse All the so called blood remedies did not scemtc reach tueuis case at all until S SS was given when an improvement was at once noticed The medicine was continuecd with fav orable results and now she is cured sound and well her skin is perfectly clear and pure and she has been saved from what threat ened to blight her life forever SSS guaranteed purely vegetable cures Eczema Scrofula Cancer Rheu Â¬ matism or any other blood trouble It is a real bloc d remedy and always cures even after all else fails Â¬ What Can be Done With Salt Salt cleanses the panto and furred tongue and a garlo of salt and water is A pinch of fait on often efficatious the tongue followed ten minutes after Â¬ ward by n drink of cold water often cures a sick licadar hc Salt hardens gums makes teeth white and sweetens tho breath Cut flowers may be kept fresh by addlDg salt to the water Weak ankles should be rubbed with tolullon of salt water and alcohol Rss coldc hay fever and kindred f flections may be much relieved by using fine dry salt like suufl Dyspepsia heartburn and Indigestion are relieved by a cup of hot water in which a small spoonful of salt has been melted Salt and water will sometimes revive an unconscious person when hurt II brandy or other remedies Hemorrhage from are not at liand tooth pulling is stopped by filling the mouth with salt and water Weak and tired eyes aro refreshed by bathing with warm water and salt Public speakeis and many noted singers use a wash of salt and water before aud after using the voice as it strengthens the organs of the throat Salt rubbed into the scalp or occasionally added to the water in wash ing prevents the hair fulling out Feathers uncurled by damp weather aro quick- Â¬ ly dried by shaking over a fire in which salt has been thrown Salt always should be eaten with nulp and a dessert fruit fait used ihould be specially made If twenty pounds of salt and ten pounds of nitrate of ammonia be disolv ed in several gallons of wttr and bottled By many fires may be prevented splashing and spraying the burning attlclc 1ho fire is soon extinguished An incombustible coating is immediately formed Add salt to tho water in which black and while cotton goods are wash ed Flatirons may bo made smooth if rubbed over salt Copper and glass may be quickly cleansed by dipping half a emon in flue salt then rubbing it over stained objects Lemors and salt also remove stains from the fiogeis Do not use soap afterward If a small teaspoon ful of salt be added to a iatt of milk it will bo preserved sweet and pure for so vera l days A pinch of salt added to mustard prevents It souring A smould ering or dull lira may be cleared for broiling by a handful of sat Salt thrown on any burning substance will sop the smoke and blazs Bread i isufiieiently salted becomes acid dry and crumbles Bread made with salt water is said to be good in some cases of consumption When cabbages onions or strong smelling vegetables have been boiled in pans to prevent odors cliuging to them place some salt on the stove and turn the pins bottom up over the salt In a law minutes the pans will smell sweet All ealads should be soaked in salt and water to destroy animalcules or worms Make n strong brine and water garden walks to kill weeds A moderate quan tity of salt stimulates their growth Salt and camphor in cold water is an excel- Â¬ lent disinfectant in bedrooms House Â¬ maids should pour salt water after using it down the drain pipes Sewer gas is counteracted by a handful of salt placed in toilet room basins Water for laying duet is more effctjve when salt is added S a water Is generally used in English coast towns forihls purpose bamboo and basket work Rattan urniture may be thoroughly cleaned by scrubbing with brush and salt water Japanese and plain straw matting should be washed with salt and water and rubbed dry This keaps them soft and pre- Â¬ vents brittle cracking where traffic is Brooms soaked in hot silt heavier water wear better and do not break Bedroom floors may be kept cool and very fresh in summer if wiped daily with a cloth wrung out of strong salt water All microbes moths and pests Black spots on are thus destoryed dishes and discolorations on teacups are removed by damp salt Philadelphia Ledger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Consisting of Novelties of every description both useful line we have over carried and ornamental V So let everybody come and bring the children to see our v - All lines Grand Holiday Display v Vp ij fh i t CLOTHING OVERCOATS CAPES CLOAKS BOOTS SHOES fV r GROCERIES It is our NOTIONS FtlRNISHINGS HATS and everything else that goes to make up a nice stock of goods DRY GOODS Wfl intention that every customer shall go out of our store fully satisfied and we ask you to give our stock the closest inspection before you part with your money elsewhere Bring on your PRODUCE it is as good as cash to us and we will pay you the highest market prices Yours Truly B F Beard K4 explosive and explodes so quickly as to tear things to pieces far more effectively than black powder it Is desirable to US9 it on this account as well as for the reason that it will c xert its force when placed loosely under the body to be torn up To get out large stumps proceed in this way With an inch and a quarter iron bar punch a hole in tho ground directly under the middle of tho stump gently push the cartridge made of half May Co a stick of dynamite with the cap and fuse attached to the bottom of the hole OANNELTON IND then pour water in the hole to settle the earth on the cartridge and light the fuse Of some dry running sand may be run Into tho hole The explosion or will tear a stump three feet in diameter into shredsand these are easily gathered The holes are then filled and burned Capital Stock 25 000 and the land is ready for plowing The Surplus 7 600 cost is apout 26 cents for a large stump B 7 BEARD Preildent may if the work is rightly done Rocks WILL MILLER Vlos Preildant be broken up in the same way Or M II BEARD Cuhlw dug may be hard pan ground to be OW BKAHD 1 broken up much more cheaply for dig Â¬ MORRIS KSKRIDOK V - -- Dlrtetori I by picking it RM JOLLY ging a cellar or a pit than As dynamite Co HARDTNSBURG KY s Taking out Stumps is the most powerful The TAILOR with J H Hunsche Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Casper That will pay you to remember Never forget and always remem- ber that we carry tho largest stock and greatest variety in Brandenburg Always receiving now fall styles goods 25 pes Good quality dress ginghams worth 8c at 5c 50 pes Hsosier cotton worth Co at 4c 50 pes beet bluo calico worth 6c at 4c 25 pes bleach cotton 7c at Cc 25 bed comforts our price only 29c 60 pair blankets take them 69c 3 bars St Louis soap 5u 3 pint tin cups 5c 1 lot children shoes sizes 5 G 7 at 40c 15 pes nice heavy canton flannel 6c See pur fancy plaid dress goods at 15c and 25c r A full size hatchet 10c Cn Saxony yarn high colors only 5c Enameld handled curry comb 5c 1 lot of ladles shoes all kinds and sizes some worth 2 160 1 00 our oliolce 75c 1 lot of ladies button shoes only these sizes 2J 3 3J 4 worth 2 your choice 08C 125 pair - M BANK 25jalr mens jean pants 1 1 1 50c HAUDBTSETJJtG mens 2 boots lot clothes brushes worth 25c at 10c lot hajr brushes at 10c lot Wool dress goods worth 35c at 10c We will sell you at 125 00 doz mens white dress shirts at 1 lot heavy duck coats These coats are C 4c r - worth 150 but will sell them at the low price of 08c INTERE8TTPAID ON TIME TEP0SITS Our clothing department is fjall of all seasons choice goods andtat the lowest popsiblo prices Tall capes and jackets at rock bottom prices Highest market price paid for your dried fruit wool chickensfeathcrs -m liuvo iviou auueu a new grocery department uiveUB a sty vvv - J r Fight the Lice The well known Brands of Free Fil s A breeder said when asked in relation Crude carbolic to the remedy for lice acid and lard tqual parts apply on the necr around the ears back of the fore- Â¬ legs on the back part of the hams in the flinks and along the back Coal- ar1 or coaloil and Ilneeed oll i qual parts appnea 10 me same part ui the animal just mentioned Ia addition the application to the animal the sleeping quarters should be thoroughly sprinkled several times with coaloil or the crude carbolic acid and water The lico will remain in the crevices of the pen and in the dust for several weeks aud all places where they The cure of Itheumatlsm has often tax- - can retreat to must be attacked vigor- Â¬ ed medical skill but its prevention has ously if extermination is desired been very easy by an occasional uso of Simmons Liver Ilgulator It keeps the Cracked hands and chipped skin cured liVer well regulated and the system free in one night by applying Sutherlands Ea- Â¬ from poison I gle Eye Salve Therein is the secret havj us3d it for years for Indigestion and Constipation and also found It gives one W M BttlCB IIODCHS relief from a touch of Itheumatlsm Scy Iret N Hughes Lordsburg K II GEO YEAZEL BRANDENBURC CO KJ si tontl Whiskey For Medical use can bo had at M F POPHAMS C ji 6 Send your address to II E Bucklen Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings New Life Tills A trial will convince you of their merits These pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Liver troubles thoy have been proved invaluable They aro guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious sub Â¬ stance and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowels great- Â¬ ly invigorate the system Regular size Sold by A R Fisher 25c per bottle Druggist Cant fiet atesg Without It VIsallaCal Dec 0th 1800 Mr John Pleaeo find enclosed one D Babbage dollar with which 1 wish to renew my subscription to the Breckearldge News Take a blood remedy for a blood disease iMdthatlouaMo without It away atouic wont cure it Our books out here la California on blood and Yours truly diseases skin Bloom Faxx availed free to address any Swift Spci flc Hog Obolera in Indiana The Indiana Station summarizes tho replies it has received from svtiue breed ers all over the State as to thIr experi ence with diseases The replies show that about 8 per cent of hogs perished each year that cholera prevailed and that the disease was most virulent where the hogs were allowed free excess to sur Â¬ face water aud swallows It is believed that medical treatment is of little avail although the U S Prescription includ Â¬ ing charcoal sulphur several sodium salts and antimony sulphid was asefll caeious as any during tho present season As preventives are recommended water from wells or springs clean quarters care in feeding and caution against In Â¬ fection by diseased hogs frow other sources Â¬ WheelTobaccoCo INCOIUOUATED Capital Taj lor Old Sport Keystone Club Fine Clariette Wines O F Have you made up you will buy If not come to us goods are fresh GREGORY Krismus Kandies Groceriesmind where your a MiCnm XjKtJJJJ SSnarMI i Our 4i 1 v5fe jbSKLlr GIBSON GREGORY - Successors to POLK CLIFTON MILLS Steek 50000 1000 Shares 2 Each new en Sale at A Mail orders will be given prompt atten- Â¬ tion GENERAL STORE cn Now has a first class General Storrwfaere you anything you want in tkway of buy SIP iJ5hb Word to Tobacco Growers DRY GOODS GROCERIES CLOTHING A Real Blood Remedy Co Ga Atlanta sss The Wheel Tobacco Co is now a div it is dend paver It is not a scheme an enterprise based and managed on strictly business principles As Booaas the above dnmber of shares are disposed of Jtfie stock will advance to par or 100 per cent and will readily Wbtrfusttrs Stttitat Aguti The bueinesi is command a premium KENTUCKY of tobaoeo CHaVEItrtMT run entirely ia the interest growers the stock cannot 1ft sold to any other class of mep Itemember that the 111 Company is five years old and that itls RMMtMl FMtlllZK established it is no lmf r as expert IH Sttifcri input Itemember we have up salaried officers eating up the profits and tint DMlmla this Companys expenses are a hundred Sash BHaAi Yslw Plae Ylosr Why suffer with Coughs Colds aid fold less than any other company ol the Doors tag aad CslHag Wsathwr JUawllag saws slz Uuy your stiwk bow or skip LaQrlppe when Laxatiyb Bss usQvimini and gt one share fre IblBftlsfl SH JJasr Osawat will cure you ia obs day Boss not pro Â¬ us five hhds Yo wilt sot Uoh will make money duce the ringing ia the lika 81 n grt it Addrsas Ww HaiwUss Hair phats ol QttiulBS rut up in Ublts con WHKBL TOBA00O OQJ Brisks Ee vulut for takiatu Guaranteed to cure utlM fattaaiM FitraMftMl fbf BnIMImi aasT Omar 13th aad Mala Mc Pries H or mowy rounded JE KY PorslsbyAKyfUr LOOUYIW f rfffitg MtfirlfJ OR FARMING IMPLEMENTS GREGORY CO You can not only buy what you want but you can wll anytMM yos u rmj ut ram iiuuuuc nmoer ne ana iiumbw Mife uiguwv uirei pnc Tiie proprietor of this store is the energ otic ai i85j Hccommoaaung Who will be glad 3 1 w i CHf CHARLES BADENHEIMER torn you and have t ttfit your trade -- HP KKniraft-noiT-iAx- ixMuxtr tmuSSSF hd 0ta