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J V THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1896 1IIOU3 gold producer tho WnrM Ima nvnr had but the hardships to bo encoun tered nro iiKciy to keep many away Miners nro coming away every year with gold to the extent of from a fow hundred dollars worth to ns high as 100000 tho latter amount being raro Ho would not ndviso any ono to go to that country unless ho is prepared to spend not less than threoyoars and with sufllcient money to grub stako himself until ho has found his claim and enn produco somo gold There is plenty of gold there but it takes time to get at it- - Itocky Mountnlu Nows VOL XXI NO 16 nation with such oatfl Whero It la not convenient to observo the foregoing suggestion If possible ono Bhould steam the dry grain or that which Is damaged as tho cose may be Tills process should 13 carried on to the ex- Â¬ tent of completely cooking tho food It is well to ascertain too whether the cooking produces a flavor that is relished by the Block 1 possible in all cases damaged grain should be mixed witli two or threo other varieties of grain that will give it an agreeable taste In this connection it is well to suggest to it Then it should bo allowed to steam over a slow flro for a half tlay After this the cooked food should bo allowed to coo another half day In this way the food may bo prepared to lost three or four days whero the number of nni mals to be fed is small These suggest- Â¬ ions about cooking are based on the plan followed by Mr Charles Wood of Jack- Â¬ sonville III which was described quite fully last autumn in our columns Our recent readers may get full particulars of this by consulting Mr W nud those who have rend of this method of cooking would do well to give it renewed at Â¬ tention After careful study of the subject of cooking food tho writer believes that most stockmen might secure much larger returns from the grain fed if tlio systematic way of cooking were followed Thoughtful attention nud patient dil M ligeut work always wins How to Ward off an Attack of Croup In speaking of this much dreaded dis- Â¬ ease Mr C M Dixon of Pleasant ltidge Pa said I have a little girl who is trou- Â¬ bled frequently during the winter months witli croupy affections When Â¬ ever the first symptoms occur my wife gives her Chamberlains Cough ltemedy and the result is always prompt and satisfactory This remedy is used by thousands of mothers throughout the United States also in many foreigu coun- Â¬ tries nnd always with perfect success It is only necessary to give it freely when the child becomes hoarse or as soon as the croupy cough appears and all symp toms of croup will disappear For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottlo by A It Fisher Druggist Â¬ Â¬ The Gold of Alaska THE FIELDS ARE REMARKABLY RICH BUT ALMOST INAC- Â¬ CESSIBLE Exparlencos of a Denver Man Porils of Mining In tho Land oftho Midnight Sun want when you ore ailing is medicine that will cure you Try Hoods Sarsaparilla and be convinced of Its merit AVhat you n Tho Gold Sobkor Is Surroundod by IF YOU WANT A WIFE A Many Danaers and In- - conveniences You Must Keop Your Eye Open for a Warm Bundle of Femin- Â¬ inity Thcro is n mini in Denver who nfter braving the perils of n trip to tho gnld fiolds of Alaska UMTS tlmt ho docs not care for any moro Alaskan gold if liu line to go thcro and dig for it This per sonage is John T Coniu who with his wife has juRt returned from tho Yukon river district to which thcro has been such n mad rnco by gold seekers for tho past two years Tho fact that Mrs Conklin accompanied him on his trip adds interest to tho story which ho has to tell of his experiences in tho laud of tho midnight sun Mr nud Mrs Conklin went to Alaska last spring via Juneau Thcro aro two routes to tho goldfields that via Juneau and via tho mouth of tho Yukon to St Michnols Tho former is tho shorter From Juneau tho routo is by pack over tho coast range to tho headwaters of tho Yukon 21 miles from tho Pacific coast Singularly though tho stream has its origin so oloso to tho sea it is 4000 miles to tho mouth of tho river which in olumo is mightier than tho Mississippi After tho headwaters aro reached there is still a 0 milo tramp to tuko tho prospector on tho 1000 milo trip to tho gold diggings When deep water is reached tho miner must chop down a fow trees saw out some planks build a boat and launch it in tho f trcam Ho must havo with him enough provisions for tho trip with the exception of fresh meat for ho can find plenty of gamo if ho is good enough shot to kill it When the boat is finished tho real perils of tlio trip havo just commenced First ho comes to Mile canyon which takes a skillful n a vlgit or then tho Whito Horso rapids aro likely to mako troublo as well as Five Finger rapids and when he comes to Thirty Milo Dad rivor thcro is a current six to ten miles strong in a river tilled with rocks which eecm to luro the boats to destruction Mr Conklin says that they found no one to burynt this point during tho past season but an array of wrecked boats told of disaster and in previous years scores of bodies have been found below this point ami along the rocky sltoros It takes a good river man to mako tho trip without mishap But if tho fortuuo hunter is lucky and gets down to Circlo City which is tho largest and best of tho camps holms distanced tho man who traveled by steamer up tho river somo time for tho trip tnkes a month by Eteamer But tho trip is not cuded at Cirolo City so named Tho becauso it is on tho arctic circlo diggings aro all SO to 40 miles off tho river along the streams which flow into Â¬ Â¬ The Itev Charles II Parkhurst D 1 discusses The Young Man and Mar- rlsge in the November Ladles Homo Marrlngo to a certain degree Journal lie said a young man is to look upon A good from a utilitarian standpoint wife Is so much capital She makes him to be by a kind of grace a great deal Shn conmore than he is by nature tributes the qualities needed in order to convert his vigor into a safe ns well as Â¬ productive eilieieucy She introduces lor instance into his intellectual nature that ingredient of sentiment which intellect n quires in order to be able to do its best work Heart and brain need to conspire in order to the attainment of the true and without caring to assert that man is naturally heartless any more than I should wish to assume that wom- Â¬ an is by nature brainless yet heart in its way is just as precious as brain in its way and woman bo long as she is untainted by tho passion of wanting to be a man will be that member of the connu- Â¬ bial corporation that will in particular contribute to the capital stock its affec tional element Some women may re sent this but I would like to caution young men against cherishing matrimonial designs u ion any woman who is likely to resent it If what you want is a wife and not merely a housekeeper you must keep your eye woll open for a warm bundle of femininity that will bo to you in a personal way what tho fire on the hearth is to you in a physical way a fund of tropical comfort that will keep the atifliiPFS out of your tldnking the frost out of your feeling and the general machine ry of your Ufa in a con- Â¬ dition of plfasutablo activity Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho only permanent cure for chronic catarrh is to thoroughly expel the poison from the syntem by the faithful and persistent use of Ayere Sarsaparlla This wonderful remedy proves successful when all other treatment has failed to relieve the sufferer JENNY LINOS AMERICAN DEBUT Â¬ Never Hhs a Frima Donaa Charmed Her Audience So T Gold was first discovered on Stewart river which is dostincd soruo duy to bo tho great camp of tho region When first discovered tho gold was found on tho river bars It began to piny out and when gold was discovered at Thirty Mile and lator at Cirolo City tho men left Stowart rivor It hassiuco been learticd that thcro is moro gold in the smnllcr gulches than in the rivor bars and now tho miners aro turning back to Stowart river to investigate- tho gulches of its tributaries Tho most productive gold diggings uro in tho gravol banks along thesiuuller streams which branch out in every di- Â¬ rection frozeu in winter but filled with molted snow and ico when tho 24 mouths of summor sot in Tho miner digs down through tho frozeu gravel solid oven when tho sun is boating down floroely and when ho strikes pay dirt ho shovels it out builds a fire urouiul it to thaw it out or spreads it out in tho sun This gold is coarse as it is called that is it is in nuggets sometimes as largo ns tho thumb nail It has been found latoly that mining can bo carried on in winter in many places for tlio frost docs not go beyond a certain depth Tlioy dig down through drift around under tho frozen gravel and when thoy flud pay dirt they build a flro and sit outside tho miuo until tho tiro is out Then thoy shovel oat tho dirt pilo it up and lot it lay until spring to wash out tho gold This method will not do in tho summor for tho smoko Imugs in tho drifts Theso hardships aro but a fow which tho miner has to deal with In tho win Â¬ ter tho rold is bo iuteuso that it can bo bomo only by tho hardiest In tho sum Â¬ mer the sun beats stcudlly for 2 months never sotting but swinging around in a cirolo During this time tho boat becomes intense Tho first warm rays which molt tho snow from the hillsides bring tho flora peculiar to that region in all tho glory of its mag- Â¬ nificence In tho wnko of tho flowers como tho hummiug birds to sip tliolr fragrance Mr Conkliu thought tlio re Â¬ porter had host leave out about tho hummiug birds for fear tho readers would accuso him of prevarication but assorted it was true Ho also said ho used to woudor whero nil tho gewo nud duuks went on their trip north bat ho is now ready to swear that each indi vidual ouo goes to the Yukon river oouutry Mr Conklin is of the opinion that tho region is destined to bo tho moatrfq- Â¬ it V len Hon A Ojkey Hall writes o Jenny Lind Sang in Castle Garden f jr tho November Ladies Houiu Journal the first of a series of Great Personal Events described by eyewitrewes for that magpzine Of her tlrst apeartnce her first song in America and the unprecedented enthusiasm film arourd Mr Hall enteitainingly and graphically Hark to tho voice I It Is be Â¬ writes ginning the first bar of Casta Diva from Norma The tilenco in tiie audience is intense She lias sung only n few ars of the matchless camtiiui before all mu- Â¬ sic lovers recognized that while other artists have endeavoied to ruako some Â¬ thing out of Casta Diva Jenny hind is embodying it There is the gradual growth f noslenulo then rhythmic undu- Â¬ lating now high notes as triumphs of mire expression and not of merely phy- Â¬ sical marvel and filially brid like ecstasy of trills Before her is abyfs of hush into which she pours that voice the very soul of song She ceases and timidly not proudly bows and is retiring when the audience not content with making the usual American demand for an en pore crises en viaise and repeats witli fourfold energy and spirit tho almost frantic demonstration with which it greeted Jenny Lind upon her entrance Tho audience is literally wild Never has a singer bo stirred her listners before The thunderous applause koops up for many minutes until the audience seems exhausted Trained mueidans are praising the fluency and precision of Jennys chromatic scales One Is em phasizing what he terms the inspired vitality of LI nds voice and tho unani Â¬ mous verdict seems to bo that never wero heard in concert room sweeter tones Even white haired veterans who havo listened to Malibrnn and her sister Yiar dot or to Oriel or to Adelaide Kenible all pronounce Jenny Lind the superior of those old time song angels In rt aline consecrated by Saint Cecilia Â¬ W U fAotf Royal Baking Powder yiarlnr to alt othws o Govt Reports Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonlo cures chlid and makes you woll again It ride you of having them aud builds up your strength It is pleasant to take and gives you a warm delightful feeling all qver instead of the mierablo shivering It is good for tho stomach too and pep pormljit la the beet thing In the world for tho bowels Avoid bitter quinine pills that may make you deaf and have always handy n tho house a bottle of Dr Bells rVppermlnt Chill Tonic Its guawmtesd down ai a certainty that pome one somewhere has given up oinethlng 11 V NKMo for ou whom he has never seen Copyrighted just because you are a member of the by a lanian nro read In u same society or thee sune body politic hew Thought quarter I trillion homes lentterrd in ere y It amount In all to tills that we are coinState nf the Union In thli country th y wl I be ing moro and morn to recognizi the valfound wetk by week In Ire rolumru of thsnper ue of human beings ns brothers of ours onlynl we have mnde atranfrtmenti with the liu that the inten fit of all is best subserved th r frr their txctuiive pub icatlon Life in tho home of the bravo and the by throwing tho best products of a high land of the free is not by any means civilzitlon unreservedly before those struggle for ex- Â¬ who in tht ir Individual struggle are the Hilflsh istence that some would havo us believe least able to attain to them it to ho One phrase of evolution has De Â¬ You may possibly say in your heart cline bo commonly accepted among us that we rattle offsurvlval of tho Attest But what is all this other than the old quite glibly and imagine it explains principle Do unto others as you would everything of unevennest in the lives of they slould do unto youl Possibly you our fellows who are better or worse off are right If so then the fact that the thau we When however you and I Great Social Reformer uttered words can see so many unfit both surviving we aro only beginning to fully under- Â¬ and flourishing wo must look for some stand nfter 1900 vears of crab like devour- Â¬ law in operation different from that ing of ono another ases of slaughter and which Herbert Spencer shows to prevail selfishness proves Iliin to have been a among lower creatures carnivorous an- Â¬ teacher whose spiritual insight most of imals remove from herbivorous herds in- Â¬ us nre far from equaling dividuals past their prime and weed nut the sickly the malformed and the least If you nre a thinking reader you will fleet nnd powerful recognze the incompleteness of the line of thought in this one column Very And what may this different Inw be well then think further for yourself It that explains tho continued existence of will do jou good for most of us are in those who are weak and feeble and pu too much of a hurry to think If you are ny The law that In the he nrts of the an unthinking render this is quite highest beings of the earth there shall enough for one week it may startle you grow with their progress upward from to a faint undcrstnndii g of yourrelation the animal an increasing recognition of ship to your fellows anil your niutial rethe claims that the feeble havo upon tho sponsibility lift us break together here Btrong Tills impulse of man to look nf week by week the bread of good sense tt r ant protect his weaker brethern is and helpful hopefulness until on paper more completely pervasive of our civil we become more firmly acquainted izitlou than would appear from the sur face of our daily life covered as it is Self denial is one thirg most difficult with people crumbling eagerly for self to inculeatrt and always hard to practice and pelf these two But surface indi- especially when there aro good things to cations aro not enough for our inquisi- Â¬ eat within reach But there is no self tive human race else were coal mines denial necessary if you take Simmons aud other forms of mineral wealth prac- Â¬ Liver K gulator It promotes digestion tically unknown nnd we would still prevents Dyspepsia and a dose after a creep in and out of caves and gather our hearty meal of delicacies will prevent scant sheepskins about us any discomfort Its the best good night toddy Look then with me just for a few mo Â¬ ments beneath all the fierce struggle for GIRL IN THE BOARDING HOUSE wealth food lifo even going on around us and by the law of the survival of the Attest explain to me the existence Be Confidential With No One and Do of bo simple a thing as your public school Not Gossip You will tlnd yourself unablo todo it for you will find there the children of worth Â¬ less shiftless parents who make no conBe confidential with no one wiites tribution to the maintenance of the Hiith Ai hmore in the November Ladies teacher aud yet who reap the benefits Home Journal advising The girl alone that are secured to all children alike by in tho City who lives inn boarding tho industry aud thrift of tlio parents of houso Do not allow yourself to become some tho victim of the idle young matron who By that came law explain a hospital 1ms not your need for work who has a whero suffering creatures maimed in love for OMdptiiid who is only too willing many cases beyond all hope of future to tell you an unpleasant Btory nbout utility are kept alivo by the most expen- Â¬ your landlady to hint at the various peo Â¬ sive appliances of science wheie even ple whe owe her money and who joys the slightest neglect of the poorest pa- Â¬ in seeing you shudder as she hints at tient if that neglect becomes known some awful btory which she supposes is amuses an uproar You crnnot by any trie and which makes you think less of possibility Bee from such a place that tue some ore who had seemed agreeable I tit alone survive or aro deemed worthy dci not Idvise ynu in the evening to seek to survive the Hulltude of your gloomy little room Endeavor to understand how by the but 1 w ultl suggest that ynu bi careful your een in jour choice of acquaintances rule of eveiy man for hitasell little country church camu into exist Â¬ A live game some pleasant music or ence Your task will bo a hard one for an intei sng chat may be possible even Into it are built the widowd mite the in a bordiug bous3 parlor provided tho farmers hard earned dollar the median gome is not allowed to become too en i js gift save J out of some perilous em- Â¬ tranciiif music to continue too late ploymentall given up gladly without oi the pgroeable talk to degenerate into hope of personal gain gossip Again tell mo or yourself wheine come Do not permit youretlf to discuss public libraries instead of the private ag Â¬ whther the pale young man at the end gregations of the middle age public of the table pays four or five dollars a parks instead of enclosures prohibitively week whether the landladys rent Is walled against all that are common or properly attended to or whether in di Â¬ unclean public art gallerieswhem tlio viding the most palatabl she gives connoisseur needs must Jostle against larger poitlons to some people than to the poor aud the threadbare others She would bo more than an an Â¬ In all the foregoing examples the gel if she did not find pleasure in show Â¬ chief bene flcliiries are those who havo ing fouib courtesies to those who are con- Â¬ succeeded In doing least to gain such siderate of her It might be wise for pleasures From tho well to do have you to think that the average boarding been abstract d the advantages they or house keeper Ib trying to do her best theirs have earned and these advantages that tho chanci s are that she once made are given to others who have not earned a home only for those who wero bound them Yet not a voice of protest is to her by ties of love or kindred aud raised though this is all manifestly in that now it Is ate rn necessity that forces favor of the unfit at tho expense of her to make a home for all sorts and conthe fit ditions of men aud women and that she deserves sympathy rather than harsh We run counter to this animal law criticism Put your in ther in her place a law that has ruled even human beings and try to dt clde whether sho would do through many a dark ago of the past be- Â¬ better or worso cause tho great advancing common sense Did YouEyer of civilization is superior to any such biutish beak and law method of making Try Eli ctrlo BltterB as a remody for your troubhs If not got a bottlo now and prtgrees You and I belong to society get relief This medicine has been found to some one government if you will and we are no longer regarded by it as to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and individuals We are members of that cure of all Female Complaints exerting uovernmeut much as your lingers are a woutlerful direct influence in giving members of your body and ns members strength and tone to the orgaus If you are to be protected guarded cherished havo Loss nf Appetite Constipation or nre Nor as part and parcel of your own life By Headache Fainting Spell voii Steeplers Excitable Melancholy our social Inntiucts aud our government which after all is more for tho protec- Â¬ or troubled with D zzy Spells Electric tion of the weak than the strong an ond Hitters isthemedicineyou need Health is put in some degree to the intor iiidiylil and Strength are guaranteed by its use 1 ual struggle for existence and tho Fifty cenU and f 00 at A It Fishers strength and advantage of alt is in a sense Drug Store given to each other In fact an unhien Fumpkin Fie Without Eggs dered struggle for existence would break up government society everything that For one pie take throt heaping table Â¬ now surrounds us the defeated and tho spoons sifted fquash or pumpkin one weak with pleasures that would have heaping tablespoon fbur one and one been unreachable by us In the days of half pints rich milk Mix squash or Charta or even In the days of the Dec- Â¬ puniklu smooth with fhur add milk laration of Independence Sweeten to taste add a tiny pinch of salt fltvorwlth nutmeg Pour into a deep This principal of government explains pie plate lined with gooel pie crust and the theory of our courts of law where bake in a alow oven November Ladle tho most feeble represeuted by the Home Journal Slate us plaintiff may bring to his knees tho most haughty and wealthy criminal OJlBXOZXJSu If you are enjoying any of the mental tin legal physical spiritual helps that sur Â¬ round you on every side you may set it if Some Rambling Thoughts A Few Facts and Figures on Thor- Â¬ A NOT CAUSED BY AN OPAL Â¬ Â¬ tooth-nud-na- ll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oughbred Stock By a Farmer Who Believes in Moving Forward Mh Editoh Cmftov Mima Kv We beg n little space in the Nkwb to suggest a few Ideas and figures on good up to date htock for the consideration of your renders thinking perhaps that It may prove lutert sting aid profitable to all who will give the matter a little thought Tho time lias been when extensive farming was profitable but now nothing but intensive or diversified farming will remove the debt and fid the storage houses for winter Once muscle and strength were the important factors on the farm Now the intellect la strained and most needed to bridge over the ditch into which the farmer has fallen Knowledge is needed now not only of books but the nature of land tho crops best suited to It the eye must be on his grounds the markets his farm into the future a little aud latt but not leait his live Block Are they of the type to grow rapidly on little feed aud reach the top prices which are ho much needed by all nt this time UoDtl stock will sell on the market any time at top quotations and prices too that will amply repay tho shipper for feed time and trouble We noticed recently that Wan en Woodford and Hart counties nre Belling suckling calves for 10 per head Does Yes Our county generally that pay speaking gets H to ib per head Does that pay No Whoso faut is it that Mason you have not got 10 calves county recently sold a bunch of eighty owes nt J3 23 per head Yes hut you say they were good ones Why havent you a fow good ones instead of those 1 2j scallawags At a recent public pale of hogs in Iowa forty head were Bold to the highest bidder aud made an average of iM per head At Odessa Mo Sept 30 seventy head were offered to the highest and beat bidder and in tho Bale were a number of small pigs yet tho averago per head was 24 The highest price paid for a Blngle hog was 100 At Springfield 111 Aug 5 proves very plainly that there are men yet notwithstanding the hard times have confidence in tho American hog The highest price sow that paid was for a went to Indiana on the record hinting bid of 1310 tho most ever pid for a hog at public auction another to Cen- Â¬ tral Illinois at 760 another to Indiana at C00 Of course these hogs I speak of wore sold for breeding purposes and of good individuality good in pedigree and considered of special excellence Now dont understand me that every one could get such prices but by getting into good stock you havo something that is al nays ready for the best market price aud the keeping of good stock costs less thau mongrel or scrub stock and reaches n Â¬ Story of Bad Luck the Canse of Which Is Still a Matter Of Doubt Hero is n story allowing how to ac- Â¬ count for bad luck A man was shaking dice In a store He lost No wonder said a bjstauder Youre wearing an opal You never will have luck This set the man to thinking Four elaja later ho slipped in getting off a street car nud sprained his ankle This decided him He gave the pin to a friend who was on tlio Board of Trade and who wa too hard headed to entertain any fool notions about the number 13 or black cats or cross eyed girls with red hair Nevertheless when this Board of Trade man lost over 10000 on wheat he began to worry He didnt care much for the pin any way aud so ono day wheii a young man in his ollice admired tho lire In tho stone he saitl Tako It ulong if jou like It Â¬ The young man overwhelmed him with thanks Then lie waited witli to see what would guilty knowledge happen to tho young man He did not have to wait loug The very next week the employe wns taken ill and he missed four days at the ollice The Board of Trade man was troubled in unnscienceso he told his young fiiend about the opal pin and the superstition attaching to it ami tho employe nfter deliberation decided that lie would give the pin to his girl The opal did very rapid ond effective work after it became tho property of the young woman On the second day after she began to wear It she Ignited a cur- Â¬ tain iu attempting to light the gas The curtain was destroyed nud the young woman had both of her hands burned iu attempting to extinguish the blazs The young man who had given tho stone to her felt called upon tonpologzo Perhaps it was that opal I gave you You know an opal is Blip said he posed to carry bail luck with it I didnt tell you because Im not superstitious Ill not wear tho dreadful thing a day longer alio said So she didnt She gave it to her brother who scoffed nt tht suggestion that a little stone could wield any in- Â¬ good or bad Nevertheless fluence when he started for Cincinnati and the train ran off the track nnd he was tossed hnf tho length of tho car ho became converted Ill not give it to anybody else to be a Jonah said he Ill sell it to a jewel- Â¬ John Harris telegraph editor of tho er te marketable weight much younger Our argument is to tend fewer acres of land and cultivate better diversify your planting and you are fafo for a liv- Â¬ ing own fewer head of stock and have them of the best breed obtainable and you have an attractive feature on your hums something that will reach the debt and remove the mortgage The hog Is the rieh mans delight the poor mans wealth and t very hog is not a hoar but some hogs aro all snout hide PHoeniKsiVK Faiimkk and bristles So he went to tho jeweler and said What will you give me for this opal The jeweler looked at it and Baid That isnt an opal thats a cats eye Chicago Itecortl Louisville Post is to wed Miss Elio Mr Harris is Taylor of Owensboro one of the brilliant young journnlists of tho country whoso work is being recog- Â¬ nized by lending magazines and he will somo day be among the prominent writers of tlio day A little more age and experience will do the work for him The bride elect is a most charm ing lady and they will have the wishes of a legion of friends for their future liappineoj Bowling Green Times Â¬ If you want to withstand the evil effect of the coming winters chilly blasts the befit precaution is to put your lungs and bronchial tubes in a healthy and ro Â¬ bust condition by the use of Dr Bells Â¬ Â¬ V There is Nothing So Good There in nothing just as good as Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds so demand it nnd do not permit tho dealer to sell you some He will not claim there is substitute anything better hut in order to make more profit he may claim something else to be just as good You waut Dr Kings New Discovery because you know it to be safe and reliable and guaranteed to do good or money re funded For Coughs Cold Consumption nnd for all affections of Throat Chest and Lungs there is Animals Economy in Feeding nothing so good as is Dr Kings Now Farm In tho central West grain is usually Discovery Trial bottle freo at A It Fishers Drug Store lingular size 50 very cheap This condition of the sup Â¬ ply of stock food encourages extravacents and 1 gance The average farmer is liboral ASSAULT ON E W NEWMAN witli coin which will bring in market leBS than 25 cents per bushel With Â¬ Jim Williams Will Be Indicted and poor quality in oats there is a disposi tion to throw the grain away entirely Sued for Damages It should be remembered that the dam Â¬ aged oats are to be classed with the per Â¬ Loulsyllie Oct 27 Mr Eugene W ishable foods By experiment one may Newman the widely known Washing leftrn to mix this damaged food in a way ton correspondent whoso non de plume that may be of somo value and thus Tho to day appeared before receive the corn for the future Is Savoyard the grand jury and filed information damaged oats mixed with clear fresh ngainBt Jim Williams who last night as bran including a sprinkling of oil menl saulted turn In the lobby of tho Willartl may be fed with good bright hay with hotel Mr Newman has alf o instruct el comparative safety However one must his attorney to bring a ilauiHgo suit guird against offering any audi tainted sgalnst Williams fur nsatilt ami battery grain to horses that are subject to cough Mr Newman drpired the g and jury ing Ab the cold weather advances any to hear the evidence of some of the by Â¬ standers who witnessed the assault and damaged grain may be furnished to the Btoro etock that is grazing and may be the hearing will take place later Mr Newman who is a member of the giyen in liboral quantity whero it ia not Patchwork clnb which for years has lutunled that luch stock shall be fat-Â¬ discussed politics and things about the tened to a finish in the next four months Willartl hotel anived home fom Wash Â¬ Where the farmer has oats from the crop ington Suuday for the purpose of regis of 05 that ia bright aud clear it ia well tering and remaining to vote He Ib an to reaerve as long as possible for uo as ardent sound money advocate Iu a food next spring or for sale at that time if not required for food Thoy who have general conversation which followed Williams whom Mr Newman hardly only such old cats for food aro fortunate knew by sight said something about at thla time Care must bq observed in feeding old Blackburn being sura to succeed himself In the senate Mr Newman disputed oats because cf the drynese of the hulls this and a few words wero exchanged At least one fourth of the bulk of such Mr Newman says when his back was oats should be increased by bran and if turned Williams struck him with his the a took eating It Is not grazing three ftet and knocked him down and that days or more a week great pains should while on the floor hn struck him on the be taken to supply hay that was cut and cured before it was ripe Over ripe hay head with a cane inflicting a gash I and straw should be omitted as a combi Owensboro Messenger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It promotes the free ciiculation f blood ami gives vigor and vitality to the respiratory organs Where catarrh of tho throat or head or any pul mouary ailment exists it Is necessary in order to overcome these distressing and weakening maladies to feed and strength Â¬ en the inactive functions nnd there is nothing that dots this bo thoroughly ns It is n does Dr Bells titsue builder through the process of freo nud healthful circulation of the By its use the system is render Â¬ blood ed lesa susceptible to coughs and colds and for their cure there is nothing that equals the genuine Dr Bolls made by tlio E E Sutherland Medicine Co and sold by reliable deal- Â¬ ers A ltritiurkriblt Turins Ill tlio northern part of Madagascar is the most remnrktiblo natural fortrcM iu the world It is occupied by a wild tribo who call themselves tho pcoplu Tho fortress is a lofty of tho nicks nud precipitous rock of enormous mzo 1000 feet high mid 8 square miliH in area Its sides uro so steep that it can not bo climbed without artificial means Within it is hollow and tho only en Â¬ trance is by u subterranean passage Â¬ Outvltuuiil Juysou either kills liaysou hotter Jayson Bayfou Times They say Dr Brimstone or cures My butcher goes him ouo Hows that Ho docs both Washington Glowworms nro much moro brilliant when it btorm is coming on than nt other scasoiif Liko many other mys Â¬ teries of nuturo this curious circum Â¬ stance has never been explained Iu 1805 thcro was n flro in Constan Â¬ tinople which destroyed 2800 buildings shops and bazaars The first stereotyping was done iu 1813 iu New York Beware 01 the Knife Mr Lincoln Nelson of MarshCcld Mo For six years I have been a writes sufferer from a scrofulous affection of the glands of my neck and all efforts of physicians in Washington D C Springfield 111 aud St Louis failed to After six reduce the enlargement months constant treatment here myÂ¬ physician urgeel me to submit to a re moval of the gland At this critical mo ment a friend recommended SSS and layiug aside a deep rooted preju Â¬ dice against all patent medicines 1 be Â¬ gan its use Before I had used one bot Â¬ tle the enlargement began to disappear and now it is entirely gone though I am not through with my second bottle yet Had I only used your SSS long ago I would have escaped years of misery and saved over f 150 This experience is like that of all who suffer witli deep seated blood troubles The doctors can do no good and even their resorts to the knife prove either fruitless or fatal SSS is the only real blocxl remedy it gets at the root ofÂ¬ the disease and forces it out perma nently SSS guaranteed purely vegetable Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy is a bloou remeuy V - Scrofula Eczema Cancer Kueuniatissi Â¬ etc which other so called blood reme dies fail to touch SSS gets at the root of the disease aud forces it out per manently uuahle books will be sent tree to any address by the Swift Specific Co At Â¬ lanta Ga lorrou uiuuu nuuum it cures the most obstinate cases of sss I liiiSiAKd fl tjwiflMilijiMBMSTy i mJimmmmmmmmmmmmmmKUUttKtKKKttKtMMKHKtKKKtKKKIKIiifl THEX Breckenridge News BRKGKENRIDGB NE1WQ GLOYERPORT KY Consumption Out door life and Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil with Hypophosphites have cured thousands of cases of consumption in the early stages They cure old advanced cases too tut not so many nor so prompt Â¬ ly When a case is so far ad Â¬ vanced that a cure cannot be made even then SCOTTS EMULSION checks the rapid ity of the disease relieves the pains in the chest reduces the night sweats and makes the cough easier In these cases it comforts and prolongs life Dont experiment with cures that destroy the digestion Pin your faith to the one remedy which has been THE STAN Over 20 Years dard Â¬ i HRfr Press Bulletin say Chairman Itusk of BullItlnNa 13 -- New York Tribune Democratic Committee concedes Haiti says Democrats concede Kentucky to Taj D V 0 BMig Edlton and Priprlitti more city to McKinley by 15000 It McKinlcy Dispatch from New Ark N gave Cleveland is 1892 14590 J says Democratic Stato Commltteo concedes State to McKinley by ten thou BullotlnNo 8 045 p in WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1890 Henderson county three Dimocratlc sand majority R publicans claim State Mcby forty thousand Bryan 3575 Dreclucts missing Dispatch to Ameri Â¬ QiWerlptlca Pilci 1100 Year la Adfanci can Press from St Louis says Gov Kinley 2381 Democratic gain 583 IIPdtth EndofthTrll5S Howe member Democratic National Five precincts Hancock county Ky precinct McKinley 148 Committee concedes election Hawesvlllo Illinois 83 precincts in Illinois out- Â¬ Bryan 211 Indian Creek McKinley Lowlsport McKinley side Cook county give Tanner 19477 185 Bryan 101 9 Bryan 183 Yellow Creek McKin- Â¬ Altgeld 12082 Foreman 120 100 ley 203 Bryan Utility Bryan Tennessee vote for Arlington and Log man 20 precincts in 8 districts Shelby 85 McKinley 49 Bulletin No 0 Chicago 08 precincts county Bryan 013 McKinley 653 McKinley 138 929 Bryan 00 873 Sixty Bryan k Wilson electors Palmer 7 precincts in Illinois outside I ook coun- Â¬ levering 4 For Governor Taylor 70 WAY IT LOOKS THAT ty givo McKinley 11335 Bryan 8218 Tillman 20 138 District Milan cast 003 voter 233 Palmer 107 Sarao 02 Harrison 0402 St Paul comparhon have been counted gives Bryan 147 Mc Cloveland 7599 Helow wo give the bulletins received question Seven precincts Scobs point Kinley SS Taylor 144 Tillraau 90 Wills up to 2 oclock this morning Tlio Indi- in 5 out of 9 Congressional Districts gave 4 Pierce 145 McDowell 90 Indications are that Bryan and Taylor will carry tho cations nro that McKinlcy Is elected and McKiuloy 923 Bryan 482 St Loui- s- Eleven precincts outside of District by 200 mejority In 92 Clove that Bryan will carry Kentucky Breck enridgo county is also very close It St Louie Bryan 1430 McKluley70j land 301 Harrison 150 Weaver 41 and looks like Bryan has carried it by a small Fifteen precincts in Minnesota givo full repot ts later Hartford Conn Republicans elect majority Read the dispatches and form McKinley 2073 Bryan 1091 North Dakota Fourteen pr dncts all four congressman your own estimates Chicago 300 precincta Casstroll and Norton counties givo McMcKinley 5 28 pm Bulletin No 5815 Bryan 3801 Levering 207 Chicago III two precincta Mclvin Kinley J 319 Bryan 848 ley 987 Bryan 353 Leaverlng 3 Bulleton No 10 N Y Tribune says Palmer 408 New York 140 districts outsido of Democrats concedes Virginia to McKin- Â¬ Palmer 12 New York and Kings county McKinNew York City twenty election dis Â¬ ley by 20000 N O indications are Bryan will carry ley 30201 Bryan 17880 Palmer 105 tricts out of 1302 in New York City Bcston 12 out of 100 precincts Mc McKinley 1575 Bryan 1375 Palmer Louisana by 25000 to 40000 13 New York Sun says Bryan carries Kinley 12112 Bryan 0320 Palmer 051 Rochester N Y All but two wards South Carolina by 40000 New York United Associated Press St Point nine precincta McKinley complete indicates that McKinlcy car-Â¬ state that McKinley carried New York ried city by about 7000 Republican gain 1203 Bryan 583 of 5500 over lbJ2 Great Republican gains there are Stato by 275000 Boston Mass 32 out of IONS precincta 200 precincts in state Brooklyn 58 districts out of 029 Mc- Â¬ In Boston Bryan 1108 McKluley 1033 Kill Bryan 5230 Palmer New York Herald says Bryan will Kinley 473 Palmer 53S give McKinley 20000 majority Bulletin No 2 533 pm Chicago 220 precincta McKinley New York Herald says Riota prevent Â¬ Ohio except Hamilton and Cuyahoga ed tho election on the southern part of 43019 Bryan 30031 Levering 203 counticp will bo compared with 1SD2 Deleware McKinley carries the state Democratic State Central Committee when Harrisons plurality was 1072 Bulletin No 11 12 precincts in tho of Iowa claim the state by 2500 Hamilton and Cuyahoga counties will be city of St Paul not Including any of the Kentucky The Louisville Evening compared with lSJJ when Republican givo McKinley 1875 Pest estimates McKinleys majority for pluralities were as follows Hamilton previous bulletins Bryan 1002 Louisyille and Jeflerson county about Cuyahoga 11017 10778 Tho boun St Louis 11 precincts out of St Louis ten thousand dries of eeveral districts in the60 counBryan 1043 McKinley 070 N Y Journal says Virginia gone Re ties havo been changed since 1892 N Y 92 districts outside of New publican by 15000 There are 21H7 voting places in the York and Kings county Bryau 49521 New York Journal says Ohio probably State Hamilton county has 2G9 Cuya Â¬ McKinley 82534 Palmer 280 Rspublican by 10000 hoga 205 Toledo 13 precincts in Toledo Mc- Â¬ Baltimore Md 29 out of 302 precincta Bulletin No 3 5 41 p m Bryan 1019 Kinley 2327 Gain for this city McKinley 5000 Bryan 3018 New York Herald sa a 17 towns in Bryan over 92 Republican congress vote will not be far Massachusetts give McKinley 5931 Republican Committee claims Vanle below these figures Bryan 1207 by 2000 to New York Herald says McKinley New York City 100 Eastern districts bnrg county for McKinley 2200 Also claims City of Evansville carries Stato by 230000 out of 1392 McKinley 9710 Bryan Chicago City press says 00 by 1900 Baltimore Md the precincta in Bal- Â¬ 8150 Palmer 3G0 precincts in Cook county give Tanner timore lmviug almost doubled it is im- Â¬ New York State 70 districts out of 10CC0 Altgeld 9S42 Detroit 10 pre possible to make comparisons with pre- Â¬ 3391 outside of New York and Kings cinctsoutof 111 this city Bryan 2375 vious elections county give Black for Governor 17173 McKinley 2989 Richmond Va Indications that MPoiter 13371 Bulletin No 12 cKinleys majority will bo 12000 Richmond Vi Indications that Dem Â¬ Dcsmoines Iowa Register Republican No returns ttill late 30 precincts out ocrats lost heavily in the citys vote claims State McKinley 50000 majority sulu chiee Bryan 2070 McKinley Close in Lynchburg in McKinleys favor efected entire Republican delegation 2110 Palmer 15 No cities reported Allegheny county probably gone Re and Wheeling W Va Returns from W Danville Ky McKinley 032 Bryan publican by 500 a gain of COO Bulletin No 4 5 55 p ra New York Va in slow thus far indicate Republi- 230 Gain 220 in 1992 City Returns received up to 7 p m in can gain Illinois 50 prtciucts in Illinois out New York Sun 6ajs McKinley s plural Â¬ dicate the plurality for McKinley in the side of Cook county give McKinley ity in New York city 3000 and in Kinga entire city of 23000 9074 Bryan 0001 Palmer 103 same Dispatches to National Republican county 40000 precincts in 1892 gave Harrison 8020 Rhode Island iudlcatis from a few re Committee Bay Chicago gone Republi Â¬ Cleveland 0192 can by 10000 That Peoria voted almost turns are thatState give McKinley 50000 Forty precincts in Illinois outside of Joo Manny telegraphs McKinley that solidly for McKinley New York State will give him 2000 ma- Cook county give Tanner 0992 Some dispatches say that Michigan New York Times saysBlacks plural jority will givo McKinley 30000 Ohio will give McKinley the largest ty iu city about 0000 Bulletiu No 5 0 01 p m Virginia Ohio 130 precincts iu Hamilton comi Â¬ comparisons will bo made with 1892 majority ever given Iu the State Virginia and Illinois will give a great ty which Is about one half the county where state went Democraric by 50 majority gives McKinley 27058 Bryan 18099 700 preliminary reports from Danville Confident of Kentucky McKinley and S mo in 1895 gavo Bushnell Republican Winchester Lynchburg and Clifton 21989 Campbell Democratic 10990 Forgo indicate heavy Democratic loss Hobirt are elected without a doubt Eleven precincts outside of St Louis Omaha 130 precincts iu Nebraska out Â¬ New York Republican State Chair Â¬ side Douglas county McKinley 1990 man claims tho State for McKinley by Bryan 1139 McKinley 970 Raleigh N C Populist and Democrats Bryau 1725 lhreo precincts in Doug Â¬ 200000 Jno C Sheehan Tammany nearly solid for llryan and claim State las county give McKinley 200 Bryan Hull claims State for Bryan by 00000 result of Governor in doubt 193 McKinley carries his own ward Bulletin No 0 0 12 p m Chicago St Paul 90 precincta McKinley 1203 In Canton by 291 this ward gave Cle vo 10 precincts givo McKinley 8519 Bryan Bryau 5S3 great Republican gain Theie land 103 4719 Leavering 53 Palmer 82 Arkansas Indications are state will Massachusetts elects 11 Republican are 2100 precincta state Chicago Press 00 precincts Tanner give Bryan 23000 to 30000 Congressman one Democrat Ten dis-Â¬ 0817 Altgeld 0200 080 precincts Mc tricts in doubt Illinois 150 precincts outside Cook Richmond Va Indications are that Kinley 138029 Bryan 05873 Precincts county McKinley 31082 Bryan 21258 in Illinois outside of Cook county give Bryan loses heavily in all the cities of Palmer 203 Same in 1892 cave Harri state Lynchburg close but favors McJ McKinley 11333 Bryan 8248 Palmer son 25903 Cloveland 22990 Kinley Alleghany county Republican 1072 Boston Republican candidate for Ohio 12G precincta in Hamilton counby about 500 President and Governor carry every city ty McKinley 2037 Bryan 1029 Pal New York Herald says present rate in and town for first time in history of Kinge county will give McKinley plural- Â¬ mer nothing Illinois outside of Cook county gives state Two Republicans and one Dem- Â¬ ity of 23000 Bryan 11450 Pal ocrat elected to Congress legislature Bulletin No 0 0 30 p m Bath Me McKinley 15048 strongly Republican Republican ma- Â¬ mer 131 same iu 1892 Harrison 12800 McKinley cariies city receiving 123 1 jority in state will reach 125000 Thousand Election vote Bryan 472 also carries Sewalla Cleveland 11392 Nebraska seventy three precincts out Districts out of 1392 in New York City wards as follows McKinley 157 Bryan Porter 07114 Black 100001 Illinois side Douglas and Lancaster counties 00 70 precincts in Illinois outside Cook Bryan 9302 McKinley 10003 Bulletin No 7033 p ui Altgeld Chicago 230830 precincts Cook Now York City United Press Local county giyes Tanner 13724 9227 Carry city of Chicago by 00000 county McKinley 183549 Bryan 133582 Bureau says McKinley has undoubtedly 13 precincts outside Detroit Massachusetts 100 townB Bryan 12507 carried city by 25000 plurality New Michigan McKinley 820 Bryan 900 Illinois 59 McKinley 51828 Gone for McKinley York Sun Bulletin says all returns from Â¬ west show largo vote for McKinley that precincta outside Cook county give Tan 20590 ner 8722 Altgeld 0114 Forinan 78 New York Herald saya latir returns ho gets Michigan by 30000 and Chicago Same 1892 Harrison 7005 Cleveland from Illinois gives McKinley 150000 by 100000 5125 75 precincta Forman 119 Same plurality Tanners plurality over Alt- Â¬ Chicago sixty precincts out of 921 precincta in 1892 Harrison 1099 Cleve- Â¬ geld will be 125000 McKinley 12403 Bryan 8030 Palmer land 9200 Stone General Manager Brooklyn McKinleys plurality in nlnty elght New York City 107 dis- Assistant Press pays if present ratio tricts show Republicans gain over that maintained Chicago will give McKinley King couuty about 32000 Oregon Republicans and Democrats of nlnty flve at 02000 cannot compare 55000 Minnesota 42 precincts in state with 1792 on account of redistricting including 23 in St Paul give McKinley are claiming state No figures received Little Rock Ark State has gone for Democratic Chairman claims it by 3000 0211 Bryan 3857 Bryan by 30000 Baltimoro Republican Chairman Omaha 100 precincta in Nebraska Detroit Chairman Terrls claims stato claim the city by 20000 Douglas county give McKinley 1990 for McKinley by 50000 New York Sun Bulletin says Demo- Â¬ Bryan 1825 Three preclnts in Douglas cratic Chairman Tulbott of Maryland county give McKinley 200 Bryan 197 Murray Gives it up nays vote gives state to McKinley Louisville Ky Nov 3 Special Nebraska conceded to McKinley by New York Herald sayB Vermont 12500 Jno D Buimcik McKinley doubtless jives McKinley 38000 plurality St LouIb Kansas closing polls both elected Bryan may carry Kentucky New York Journal says McKinley parties claim state Chicago city press this is doubtful David R Murbay lias carried Massachusetts by over says 700 precincts McKinley 155094 100000 Bryan 111383 City press gives 2nd Second DUtriot For Bryan New York Journal says Georgia gone ward complete McKinley 582 Bryan OwKNenono Our majority In Second 2609 Canton O McKinley carries his for Bryan by 40000 District six thousand gave Cleveland 291 Tula ward Secretary Tremor Republican State ward by Ubkv Woodson A dispatch to McKinley from Committeeman of Iowa nays we haye 103 Chicago says Michigan Illinois Iowa Van VJLJomM XtJIcUs certainly carried state by upwards of rror w u reexe wno 50000 and have elected our entire Con Minnesota Kentucky and Tennessee are make a specialty o Kpilepty ha without safe for McKinley greeslonal delegation doubt treated and cur- Â¬ Georgia Indications are that the state ed more case than any New York Herald says Maine has living Fbyilclant hi auccea aitoalihlnj gone Republic by 10000 Associated will go for Bryan by 15000 to 20000 We have beard of caea October state election gavo Democrats a CI ao years atari J Ins uy majority of 51000 ouroa 11a him publUhea Utah Indications now are that Bryan valuable has carried state by at least 10000 legis- Â¬ workdla thl lature which electa a senator claimed ease which For Infants ondOMldren m A he eonda A by other side witb a idw F New York Tribune has a message tlo of hi absolute cure free to any kufferer 00mmmm mmmmt llN MUll aTwl - f -- - v wry from Hanna which says results exceed who may lend their 1 O and lixpres addreu S-JWe advlte any one wlablng a cure In addreta TTlffU wm w v if 4ST allestlmated rxww s rzitr r v 4 course vmruk Â¬ SIX PAGES McKINLEY VESTS Headquarters for Â¬ -- pf f IW jiwi Meade County Following is the vote of Meade ty coun- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Garnettaville McKinley 101 Bryan Smith 117 Lswls 101 Durham 5 Palmer 8 Court house McKinley 102 Bryan 172 Palmer 10 Lewis 101 Smith 100 Durham 4 Ashcraft McKinley 103 Brjnn 151 Palmer 4 Lewis 112 Smith 127 Woodland MeKinley 45 Bryan ISO i Lewip 45 Smith 180 Durham 4 Big Spring McKinley 20 Bryan 12C Lewis 25 Smith 121 Durham 0 Guston McKinley 70 Bryan 200 Lewis 79 Smith 183 Durham 22 Paynesvllle McKinley 102 Bryan 189 Lewie 102 Smith 159 Durham 122 21 Book about It free for the asking For tile by all druggists at 50c and 100 SCOTT BOWNE New York for Concordia McKinley 09 Bryan 120 AftcrThe Battle When this ifsuo of the Companion reaches its readers the result of tho presl dental canvats which at the timo we write is in its last stage will be known A long and exceptionally exciting content will havo been fought to a finish and n geat public question will have been settled Such at last is the universal hope Few citizens on either side will be found o desire such an outcome of the balloting as will leave the issue still open The canvass has been of an importance unusual even aniorg presidential con- Â¬ tests It has been frequently compared to the great canvass of 18G0 to which it bears a particular resemblance in the wide breaking of party lines A still more striking points of similarity is found in tho clearness of the issue Now as then the two leading parties have adopted platforms whose meaning is un mistakable and arj advocating policies wholly im concilable Of all this we are thoroughly mindful Tho issue is great the effects of the peoples decision will be felt for years to come Nevertheless whatever may be the result those who shall find them selvts defeated at the polls must not dtspair of tbo republic To many sincere advocates of the free coinage of silver it has seemed that the permanent adoption of the gold standard would be an evil of tho greatest magni Â¬ tude In like fashion the opponents of free coinage predict calamity to bus iness and dishonor to the republic as the inevitable consequences of that policy Both cannot be right and we are not going to BiiggeBt that both are absolutely wrong but it is surely not necetsary to concede Hut even this remarkable election is going to destroy the business of tho country Here are some seventy millions of people ranking high among the people of the world in virtue and intelligence and inhabiting a land whose resources areBtillbut imperfectly developed All tliesa people must be fed and clothed and no one questions that there Is plenty or them all it they apply wisely to nature fur her blessings True the in- Â¬ dustrial methods of modern civilization are complicated and thocharactei of the medium of exchange is of great import- Â¬ ance in the accumulation and distribu Â¬ tion of wealth But can one imagine a great and energetic peoplo giving up the production and exchange of commodities because of a failure to agree upon a sat- Â¬ isfactory sort of money Moreovprwe all know that Americans are as a rule quick to regain their feet after a tumble To sit down and grieve over spilled milk Is not a national characteristic To no peoplo is the future of such overwhelming importance as com- Â¬ pared with past Our youthful republic like a young roandoes indeed live large- Â¬ ly In the future We have made mis takes and recovered from them If per- Â¬ chance we should make others are we not still of an age to outgrow them The very earnestness of the appeal which each side Is making is in iUelf an encouraging sign to the observer who basin mind more than the Immediate object of the debate For is not this earnestness at bottom an evidence of a deep and general concern for the welfare of the country In indifference to poli- Â¬ tics rather than in anxiety and fearc lies danger Whenever in our history the people havo been thoroughly aroused on any question they have sooner or later fouud the right answer To enter- Â¬ tain gloomy forebodings as to tho outcomo because it is much debatedIs hardly in accordance with the spirit of our institu tions The intensity of the feeling manifest Â¬ ed the ardor of tho discussion the gen eral interest these areall hopeful indi- Â¬ cations that we are nearing a decision which Bhall be final Let us all make the beat of it We cannot all have our way but the unsuccessful should not bo likened to a vanquished army When tho verdict has been given and one pol Â¬ icy is approved nothing should be said of those who opposed it moro bitter than this that they sought the welfare of their country unwisely Youths Com Â¬ panion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lewis GO Smith 120 Durham 5 Wolf Creek McKinley 43 Bryan 132 Lewis 43 Smith 121 DiHiaiu13 Palmer 3 Cedar Branch McKinley 47 Bryan Everything Lswls 47 Smith 83 Bryan majority over McKinley Smiths majority over Lywls 548 102 727 S Breckenridge County Following is the vote of Breckenridga county to far as heard from by precincts McKinley Bryan 1 Â¬ Â¬ Hardlnsburg precinct Cloverport Stephensport Union Star Mooleyvillo Webster Bewloyville 73 Mi 43 41 72 11 Custer Hudsonville McDaniels Rockvale 35 estimated 40 91 estimated 50 estimated 20 25 Glendeauo Big Spring Â¬ 331 200 Totn The Republicaia claim Hudsonville by 70 and Rock Vale by 90 This would still give Bryon a mojority of 4 in tl e county Good to Eat WILDER HAEDIN Â¬ Â¬ Cloverport precinct No 120 1 McKinley BiyaD 03 Lewis 121 Smith 50 Palmer 2 Durham i Cloverport Precinct No 2 McKinley 118 Bryan 95 Palmer 0 Lewis 118 Dentists Â¬ Â¬ Smith 91 Durham 4 Cloverport Precinct No 3 McKinley 131 Brjnn 137 Panier5 Lewis 133 Smith 135 Durham 1 Owensboro Ky and Davit ss county One precinct to hear from Bryan 4845 McKinley 2970 Hancock County For Bryan Bryana majority in Hancock county is about 200 Kentucky Sixty precincts out of US in the city of Louisville give McKinley 10819 Bry an 0920 Levering 145 Palmer 313 For Congress Evans Repulllcan10125 Brown Silver Democrat 5018 Evans undoubtedly re elected For MayoijTodd Republican 7745 Jacob Independent Democrat 5003 Kentucky Chairman Republican State Committee reports 225 precincts in Kentucky shows a net Republican gain of 2320 over 1892 Kentucky 240 voting precincta in Kentucky outside of Louisville and Jef- Â¬ ferson county give Bryan 6440 McKinley 3750 a majority of 1089 for Bryan Ky 1 counties out of 8 in tho Se enth Congressional District with 7 pre- Â¬ cincta unreported give Breckinridge Republican a majority of 155 over Set- Â¬ tle Democrat Fivo counties out of 8 in the 7th Con Â¬ gressional district with 17 precincts to hear from gives Breckenridge a majority of 032 ovor Settle silver Domociat Chairman Roberls of the Republican State Committee claims Kentucky for McKiuloy by 25000 majority and claims the Republicans have elected seven and possibly ten congressmen The results in several districts are too incomplete to justify positivo claims 057 voting pre Â¬ cincta in Ky Including the city of Lou- Â¬ isville and Jefferson county give Mc Â¬ Kinley a majority ol 3128 Louisville Tinfea reports 449 Kentucky precincts give McKinley 27083 Bryan 15890 Congress 149 precincta out of 105 In the Fif h District give Evans Republican 27601 Brown Democrat 14801 Todd Republican elected Mayor of Louisville by a majority of about 4000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr F R WILDER of Louisville Will be at Dr J M Hardins office in Brandenburg Ky on the 4th Monday and Tuesday following ffctrfflfcrpfy Desdav and Thursday ofatevery month and will hoWed Irvintrton t nared to all kinds of Denial Work lv trin In tost im Teeth positively extracted without pain by the use of proved methods A O and Vitalized Air Artificial teeth of diflerent grades and prices Our prices will be found reasonable and to suit the times Gold filling bridge work gold and porcelain crowns a specialty Appointments made by writing to DR J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky -- The Willard Hotel f LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances aro Marblo and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the 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 the South rate of charges considered Â¬ Â¬ Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 260 PER DAY W Scott Miller Jr Manager Â¬ PDNGTUROID Mends Punctured Tires While You Ride and KEEPS THEM MENDED No Walking Home lpnVa Â¬ No taking out of valves Guaranteed not to injure tires One treatment Insures Can containing enough Tuncturoid for two tires For Sale by Bicfclo Dealers or sont postpaid to any addresa on receipt of vour tires acalnk far o i i I I 1 Price 100 CHELSEA MASS T O Tousev will occunv thn rpslilnnco lately vacated by Geoige Boyd Mr and Mrs O L Chamberlain will move into the property lately occu pled by J II Rowland immediately al ter the election W K I1AHNK3 Pimcturoid Mrs A Mfg Co The Madisonville Hustlersay Hen Â¬ ry ShankB of the Manitou country says that his hens are decidedly free silver chlckena The eggs they lay are all white inside without yolks They wont law eggs with yellow because it is of a goluen color R Skillman entertained roy- Â¬ ally at her beautiful home last Thursday evening The Womans Reading Club Several ladies who are not members were invited Mrs 0 L Chamberlain who has been quiet sick is improving Â¬ iH fl BARNES n KINCltELPlKINCHELOE A HI Fits WINTERSMITHS During a third of a century has never failed to drive out all blood impurities ATTORNEYS AT LAV HARDINSBURO KY CqlltctloM and enforcement pecUl attention of lieiA jlrea 1 CASTOR IA r at nta f Piiml III m il I Sam C P rttr of this city who has for bi veral years resided at Mattoon III has rt turned with his family to locate here iu the future The Time Tested Certain cure for scrofula pimples bolls in fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and merchants everywhere OEOW JOLLY The Worlds Yoaterdajr Today AND UUCUXKH IAUlbll 1 showed no baking powder so pure or so great la leav enlng powers the Royal Fait Tests SARSAPARILIfl L AW YRRS tti u ulm urn uwiut JASR SKILLMAN aMUljIYIAN jfA 4 CIOVKKIOKT KY Mi oi uioveriioc 11 1 I v THE BRRGKMRIDGE NEWS GLOVRRPORT KY BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY ISEWS 4 NOVEMREH 1800 SIR HOLANDS GHOST Blr nolniul alio Bold a itljr ilown Ami it le Vrry ilnrk fair maid Oh jour cliimilior Ami tbo nlcht 1 1 womlruin lown v- - ilnrk dark 1 my km rot Imwur And town tho ml lnlplit imiy tie or thero li none waiting In n Ihlt towor Hat tlioa uiy truo lovr iind mo Ifnlmcklo your yt Sk Jfrluly ion Idtidy nrn hor InmH H Tid drumly Is lior oo frho rrd heart umuo or nor own into Ioto Huns tncmiiiB uown um unco 4ko l motintixl on her trim lovcn stood fly the no llcht o tho moon lie Imi wlilppotl lilin mid I111 spurred lilra Ami roundly sho rado frao tlio toun Isiie fandnn ridden n mllo o gutn Nnvrr a mllo but one When n wns nwnro of a tall young man Blow rldlutt owor llio plain And ho wai riding Irani nlino On n liorson blnck ns Jet But though hn followed him fust and foil Nao nearer could ulio got sho said Oh stop oh stop young Inanl for I 111 dulo am tliclitt luvo Oh atop nnd win a fair lady If yo Ihj n tonl truo knight Dnt nothing did tbut tall knight say And no whit did ho ulln Until In rcachod n lirond rivers sldo And thuro ho drew his rein Tbo knight spurred on his tall black stood h 3tio lady spurred on her brown lAiSl faster they rado Into tho flood And fast they balth swam down kIio said Tho water weots my feet Tbo water weots my knee up my lirldiil reinn Blr Knight Hold For tho snko of Our Ladjo If I would help tbeo now bo said It woro n doadly sin For Ivo sworn nuor to trust lo n fair maids word Till tho water wonts her chin Oh tho water rveota my wulit sho said Sao docs It wcet my skin Anil my aching heart rim roundabout Thq burn mnks sla n din Oh holp m6 now thou fuusp fan so knlghtl Have pity on my you tin For now tho water Jaws owcr my held Ami It Rurgles In my mouth Tbo knight turned slowly roundabout All In tho mlddlu stream And ho stretched out his bend to that ladyo And loudly sho did scream Oh this is Hallow morn ho wild And It Is your bridal dy Hut Bad would be that gay wedding If bridegroom and bride woro uway And rldo on rldo on proud Margaret Till tho water comes oer your bree For tho brldo maun rido deep and deepor yet Whu rides this foord wi mat Turn round turn round proud Murgarot Turn round and look on inl Thou bast killed n truo knight under trust And bis ghost now links on wl thee Anon A WIDOW OF SCIENCE From ovcry poiut of viow tho fuonlty of Abcrcrombio collego hart good reason to rojoico at tho addition of Dr Nathan Brown to their ranks Ho was u thorough gentleman with n substantial ed- Â¬ ucation and moreover wns n scholar in his own chosen field of sociology Indeed so zealously hud ho Riven himself to sociological investigations that it was n constant sourco of wonder to the ladies of tho faculty that ho had over found tinio to full in lovo and bo married Truly tho presidents wifo was Jhcard to dccluro at a solcct afternoon reception n wuuui uuur mu nuw protruly I heliovo ho fessors advent djd it purely as n moans of investigating a social condition t lie lays such stress upon personal inquiry into all sociological problems you know If that was tho case how dirt ho over coma to marry so charming a woman To bo consistent nnd understand tho lot of tho averago man ho ought to havo chosen a scrvaut girl or a factory hand responded tho hostess But tho suggestion of tho presidents wifo was remembered and as tinio wont on as tymnert thrt proportions of a faot As Jias been already stated Dr-- Brown yfiH a thorough student in his own par- fculnr lino of work Ho had studied inddr tho most eminent sociologists in - thrt universities of America and hurone v nnd in irflilltinn to this ho had at vari ous times acted in tho capacity of an English cool miner a Preuoh silk wenver and a German trump Ho had not as Vet felt tho uecossity of cutoring any American industry but as ho throw himself with increasing energy into his york at Abcrcrombio college ho becamo onvinccd that his ignoranoo of tho iroblems peculiar to Amoiicau cupitnl and labor disqualified him for touching Amoricau collego boys Thorcforo ho resolved to employ his first leisuro moments in actual 1 if o with thoworkingmen This opportunity camo during tho winter rccoss for at that timo tnoro was trouuio urewing ootween tbo coal hnnrtlors in tho little city whero So LrfJVbcrorombio collego was situated ono bright morning ho bado his wifo goodby tolling hor that business called him away for n week and porhapa it might detain him longer and sho must not worry if ho was gono a fortnight Then ho lan for his cur forgetting as eho thought to givo her his address A few bonis later in coniploto disguise Dr Brown had engaged to cart coal Tor ono of tho leading firms of tho city and was making strouuous efforts tp join tho Coal Heavers union that ho might learn tho truo inwardness of tho grcat strike that vrw in preparation Nearly u week paised fruitful in much hard work many pains and n mass of original material for n now trcatiso upon tho Theory of Strikes ujvhoif an exciting incident occurred Anordor for n load of stovo coal wns sont in from Mrs Dr Nuthan Brown Miko Riloy 68 Jfcbororouiblo nvenno dud Dr Brown known on tho books as JimBrown wero detailed to fill tho jirdor For tho first tinio in tho wook thefdootor felt uncomfortnblo Would tTiisVifo recoguizo him And if slid did what would sho say Howovor ho con- t soled himself that ho would hardly bo jkoly to soo her and thanks to tho so Tonfcold in hi9 head hisvoico could by no means botruy him to tho unsuspect- Â¬ ing Bridgot All things promised to go Miiootuly for as thoy wero asceuulUK Uio hill with their heavy load they met Mrs Brown coming down Contrary to Jier usual habit sho wnswourlng n Tell rniIjw Dr Brown lookod at her ho fan- flfnil m rlnfnitliil twinna nt tnilt a nnd tin JjjP Teiwlvod thut very night to return homo Rjlllw lin wunlAil tn inn Ills wifo VOrV jAulf and never in his life had ho spout so homesick on hour as during tho one lu which he went in nnd out of his own ellar carrying his own coal At last a bold thought camo to him nnd watoh- iuf his opportunity ho rushed up to hl dressing room dotormiiiod to get some elean linen As ho started baok with hit littlo bundlo his way was blocked by llbl urtfa niwl tint slalftr whn hnd Ovi Gt antly just arrlvod from the station V JOh Annie I aw bo glad yon are fcOTf for I am so lonelyl h bis wifo was tT aiala INuthuii hoa been iKUie since Monday and didut toll me where to yrrlto to him aud I havent hard a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ word from hlni I know somotlilng dreadful must havo happened nnd I oh Aiinio Bridgctl lolicol ThievesI Burglursl Both women had canght sight of him nnd shrieked aloud Bridget added her stentorian voico and n policeman who by sonio strange conspiracy was passing tho honse como rushing up In vain did Dr Brown try to oxplnln Tho la dies wero too thoroughly frightened to givo him duo attention Tho policeman only laughed when ho protested But I am Dr Brown I live hero Yoro a bloke yo arol A foino doo toryczbol Como nlong wld yer now and be quiet now or Ill Dr Brown was accordingly thrown into tho common jail until tho next mornings session Ho afterward said that ho could havo had no better olinnco to study our penal institutions than ho had during that afternoon and oveiiing but strangely enough ho was iinablo to improve this goldon opportunity Of course ho easily succeeded in proving his identity thonoxt morning His wifo tried without success to extract a protnioo from him never to do so nguin but sho had to boron tent witluuleclara tion that ho would tell hi r in tho future wliero aud how ho was going If you dont his wifo said I shall surely bo arresting yon again or olso I shall invito every tramp mid burglar I meet into tho house expecting him to turn out to be you It was sonio timo before his social re searches led him ngniu to such n study of real life Thero wero several reasons for this among them the pressure of his lerturo room duties and tho absorbing psychological study of tho littlo son that camo into his homo soon after But tho sharp criticism by some short sighted philanthropic people culled forth by an nrtielo of his concerning tramps stirred him to tho depths and ho re- Â¬ solved to spend n few days in trump dom that ho might sponk from personal experience Mrs Brown looked dubious when ho first mentioned it but thero was no way but to consent For tho first fow days Rho scarcely dared look at a tramp lest by hor scrutiny of him sho might betray her husband Sho feared that iu sonio way sho might meet him nnd wondered us iolhu result if sho did It was only n few days afterward that several of the neighbors invited her to join them in a picuio to ono of tho wooded glens not fur from tho city Tho day wub u beautiful one and iu groups of two or thrco they wero tempted to wander farther aud further up tho glen Suddenly Mrs Brown noticed a man who was evidently trying to attract hor attention Sho was startled for an instant then through tho perfect disguiso sho recognized hor husband nnd stopped forward to speak to him But her com- Â¬ panion was frightened and called to sonio of tho gentlemen mid insisted on returning to tho carriages at once Well that said ono of tho party ovirtcntly moans that we nro near ono of I nover thoir hung outs I suppose henrd of n tramp who wus so fond of na turo that ho wandered into tho woods for tho pnro fuu of it Tho polico aro trying to broak up theso tramp dons and Ill havo n posso of men sout up hero tomorrow to hunt them out Mrs Brown was in despair Supposo they should como and her husband should bo arrested nguin And thon what rovenge would the tramps tnko upon hor husband when they learned tho truth Her husband hud so im pressed upon her tho suspicious character of hoboes that visions of sand bag giug midnight robberies and incendiary firos whirled iu confusing succession through her bruin Wus thero no wny by which sho could warn him and induce him to leave this den of iniquity Sho could doviso no plan but beforo thoy reached homo thero camo up a vio lont thunderstorm which sottlcd into such a heavy downpour that no onoovor thought of stoppiug at tho polico sta- Â¬ tion uud if they hud no purty could Ifavo started then During the night to her great joy sho was awakened by a shower of stonos on her window She rushed down stairs to admit a rain drenched individual whom sho greeted enthusiastically Oh Nuthan dour I am so gladl Go right up stairs and youll find saud soup and ourbolio acid in tho bathroom nnd oh durliug drop nil thoso rags out on he grass and Ill got yon some decent clothes No not now Ill givo you two kisses as soon asyouvogot ono layer of dirt off A day or two later tho ofllcora did Boarch tho glen Aftor much trouble they found tho rendezvous aud arrested fivo trumps As soon as ho henrd of tho arrest Dr Brown visited tho jail and tried to interview tho men but thoy wore too wary to reveal anything bordering on tho truth But neither could thoy recognize tho jolly Jack Sohnapps in tho elegant professor who oyeglasses on noso and uotobook iu hand strovo so earuostly to loam thoir histories Thereafter the doctors sooiological experiments increased In frequenoy Sometimes ho invaded tho sweater dons then he studied faotory lifo or visited in tho guiso of a workman somo well known coal mine Mrs So you aro alouo again remarked tho presidents wifo Brown ono day Yes I am a widow of soiouco again for awhllo I do hopo scionco profits by it Really I hadnt nuy idea that there wero so many industries in America or thut each ouo was so heavily burdonod with a problem It seems as if thero wns nothing loft for Dr Brown to in- Â¬ vestigate personally unless it is the German land Dour mo why did I Now I urn afraid tho think of thut mauia will break out in that direction Indeed Mrs Browns speech proved prophetic for it was scarocly a mouth nf forward that tho doctor unuonncod his I cant quito iutontion of joining one make up my mind to turu into nn Ital Â¬ Thoyuso hu said ian organ grinder thoir stilettos too freely Besides I am afraid I couldnt transform myself into an Italiun without having my disguise discovered while I know I can bocomo a Germuu tq all intonts uud purple So it camo about thut he wandered around tho small city plaWg in front of residences whoroho was unusually a wolconm guoit and demanding money from his warmest personal friends Oue day tho route of his baud was ohaugod sq thut it included Abcrcrombio aveuuo aud ho fonud hiinsolf blowiug his mightiest on cracked coruot uuder his own study windows Ho was Inwardly smilipg nt tho memory of certain vigorous onslaughts ho hud often made upon tho musical dUturbers of his panco when his wifo horsolf appeared ou tho pluwa Sho bookoiicd to him nart at u signal from his leader ho went to her holding out his haud wul uskiHB lu broken Eng lisli for a dime Suddenly lu the door way aDBCiirtd thohosoionu ud jlly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ From n scientific standpoint tliiH is sometimes a mutter of very great importance In order to bring out this quality of a negative independently of the suns rnys Profcfi or Lippmnnu has after long study constructed uu uppmatus which enables him to obtain MARRIAGE BROKERS tho same result witli artificial light Ho employs n gas lump with a Welsbach burner the rays of which arc thrown Tlio Seliutelieii In uu Important IVnuiii In li XoM York Colony upon tho negativo by means of a lens 111 wandering through tho cast sido in ordir to havo tho rays striko the negrecently I learned that tho schntehen is ative parallel ingetivo is for the purpofo au important nud busy functionary iu iho mounttd upon n wooden Muud with a that quarter Tho sago who n long timo blnck polished surface Another largo ago observed that marriages wero made lens held in it black frame is mounted in heaven evidently knew nothing about on a Kpurutu stniul and a diaphragm this matchmaking official who exerheld upon ho sumo stand is provided cises his wiles by day and by night in immediately iu front of tho focus of tho teeming Hebrew colony here Tho this luigtr lens To sre ho pieturo in schutchen is n man of middle age suavo ull its natural beauty of color tho angle nnd well dressed who promotes marut which tho negative is cuimiicd must riages Ho works on strictly business principles and dont bother his head Lo exiftly tho sumo as the nnglo nt which tho parallel rays striko it It is about Cupid or thnt peculiar sentiment in tho lcflection of tho light rays and called Jove Ho is a diplomat with a its distribution through the larger Ions visiting list longer than tho most popu that tho picture which is fastened upon lar woman of tho Four Hundred Ho tho negativo in dull black ones is bolougs to uo end of lodges and orders and speedily makes it his basinets to again dissolved into its original reknow all about tho families of his mar splendent benuty Aside from its scienried friends Hu also acquaints himself tific importance it is u mutter of considerable moment for instance iu re- Â¬ with tho monetary wortli of paterfamilproduction of portraits iu oil after a ias and if tiio latter has any marriage photograph since tints of hair eyes ublo sous or daughters he gets iu his uud complexion nro plainly discernible work first by delicate insinuation uud in tho artificially colored positive thus soon more openly Tho schutchen has a neatly engraved produced from the black negative Excard which announces his business and change this ho distributes liberally Ho ulo belioves in advertising and his card is conspicuously displayed iu all tlio Yid ELECTION IN NEW YORK dish newspapers Ho brings young cou ples together and if a marriage ensues Tho Good Nnturtil CiiiuiIh Thnt Gather ho pockets commissions from both sides lo Hriir llio Iiitnrim tho bridos father gives her a dot of By 10 oclock Madison mi u are nud If 500 tho scliRtcheu pockets 50 Ho upper Bnudwuy nro thronged and noisy nlso strikes tho bridegroom for 10 per At tho beginning of tho century Phil- Â¬ A MuichliKht on hn tupering tower of cent but is frequently compelled to tho Madison Squiuu Garden swings its adelphia hud nearly 10000 more inhab compromise ou y Uo often has n itants than Nov York Tho figures beam nmtli nud south cast or west dozen irons iu tlio flro at ouo time and with the vurying reports according to in wero 70238 nnd 10489 of tho sport plays off an advertised code of signaling Now ouotho vernacular other Sometimes ho against tho A cough which persist day after day aud then tho light is brown down and should not be neglected any longer It reveals tho stirring thousands of men burns his fingers as ho not infrequently means something more than a mere local and women that stand iu tho pluzu all plays a leading rolo in tlio civil courts irritation and the sooner it is relieved gazing witli upturned faces upon tho but ho fills a uuiquo plnco iu polyglot the better Take Ayers Oherry Pecto bulletins dUplnyed nt Fifth aveuuu uud Gothum nnd has been tho means of ral It is prompt to act and sure to euro making nny number of bashful young Twenty tnird street Now York people luippy for spot cash A CURIOUS OLD LADY Tho cars plow luues through the in Pittsburg Dispatch musses with urgently clangor- Â¬ Letter shadowy rarslmoulous In Her viii Affairs Vet Imy ous gongs but the horse cars are simply GOG AND MAGOG Mi With Other swallowed up the peoplo dodging from When Henri Rochefort planned tin uuder tho noses of the horses us they VarlouaTrudltloni Itelutlng to TlieTo erection of a workmans git m works at wado slowly nlong only to closo in ho Ihiiiou Ci Inula Oarmuux to help tho glui s wcikirn he hind the car Au inurticulute murmur English Who wero Gog and Mugog received an uiioiivilouh gift cf 100000 of satisfaction or discontent aud noiso tradition says thut they wero tho Iuct of Tho donor was Mine Dijibotrg francs of shuffling feet follow tho display of ruco of giants who infested Knghind who has since died ut Boulogne ugid each new bullotin swelling loud nud a until they wero destroyed by some of Sho was a curious old huly wildly louder as luter uud moio certain mes 72 tho Trojuns who went to thu BritiMi generous yet careful to uisirlincfs sages nro tpreud upon the hugo placard isles after tho destruction of Troy Gog sending her gift to the gltis works crowd is a good natured ouo and and Mngog it is said wero tuken cup Tho anonymously and then ctmplaiuing patronizes liberally tho extra boys whero they woro chained namo wus omitted from tho tho peddlers of toy blooms and tiny tivotoLoudou tho palaco of tho king when her at tho dcor of stono bearing a list of subscribers She feutherou roosters to bo pinned to coat they died wooden images of tho lived iu un unpretentious house fur or buys peuuuts candy uud cheap cigars When two giouts-- were put iu their places In nished iu he plainest fashion hourded from itinerant venders To hundreds iu tho courso of timo a great fire destroyed up every scrap of paper aud bit of rag it tho contest may bo a matter of seri- Â¬ these but now if you go to London sho found yet helped all wheso want ous pcrsonnl importance but though you will sea in the great hall cf ono of camo to her enrs She tent 1000 frunes hero is plenty of badinage ouo hears tho famous buildings tho Guildhall hero 8000 thore whilo her own serv littlo acrid discussion and witnesses uo two immense wooden efligies of men ants could Ecnrcoly got enough to eat rowdyism As soon ns it becomes appar Â¬ culled Gog and Mngog and thoir wages were extremely small ent which sido has won arrivo thoso But thero nro other traditions of tho Tho money for the glassworks was sent strango compauics of youths who boom two giants Ouo is to tho effect thut bug comparatively iu a small linen preserved from year to year for this sin when Alexander tho Great overran Asia worthless which no ouq thought of re- glo nppcarmicn They are fashionably ho chuscd into tho mountains of tho turning to her attired and look liko college students north nn impuro wicked aud man out Â¬ Sho scut a servant to claim it how- Â¬ hut aro not and whouco they como aud ing peoplo who woro 23 nations iu num ever and wns greatly annoyed that it whither thoy go between times is au ber nud who wero shut up with a ram had not been sent back She wus very unsolved mystery Blowlug tin horns part iu which wero gates of brass Ouo foud of cuts but faveu the food of her iu impious disharmony waviug brooms was Goth aud auothcr of these pets was measured out with a niggardly over their shoulders symbolin of tho Mugoth nations from which wo readily get tho hand and tho youngest kitten hud its trailing behind a leader nuines of tho mythical giants It is supclean sweep milk in tho cover of a pomarto pot hut in aiuglo file or by twos thoy divo into posed however hat tha Turks wero it might not drink too much During the musses of people wind in and out meant by Gog nud tho Mongols wero hor last illness sho scolded the nurse for and round about singing somo cam Wo shall find tho children of Mngog rinsing a glass with filtered water paign song or choutiug iu chorus a par Â¬ mention mado of Gog nnd Mugog in Filtered water wears out tbo filter tisan slogan muny books including bo Bible hut Yet You must Lo moro economical It is stark midnight beforo ho bulle- Â¬ there is tho groat wall and tho ram this woman so parsimonious in her tins coaso niil Iho people begin to pack part of Gog uud Mpgrg whatever may own concerns lavished benefits on tho tho street curs or troop homeward afoot havo bccli tlio fuct thut gavo tho names poor wherever1 sho found theai aud through tho mcoulit avenues and cross of tho two giants to that portion ot the made princely gif to out of a life annuity ways Electicn Duy In Now York structure Nouh Brooks in St Nicho Philadelphia by uo means large by Ernest J Ingercoll ju Oeutury las Times graphed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of hlii greittes cnllegoTicnrt tier aid Morris tho man ot all whom hn longed lo seo Gerald buri t into a roar of laughter rushed down tho tops and seized tho doctor by both shoulders Grout Scott said he you aro well disguised I nover oxpected to fee you iu this rolo But old man cant you lcavo it for n few hours I must catch tho 0 oclock limited and I really must huvo a visit with you Of courso tho doctor would becomo himself again But thero was great con sternation nnioug tho German baud wlion thoy discovered who their quon dam member was and thoy were scareo ly pacified by tho exorbitant fees which they received individually and collectively Up to this timo tho results ot Dr Browns experiments had been purely scicntitical and comical But lio entered upon n careor fraught with greater dan ger when ho jolned n labor union For moro than it year ho attended their meetings taking littlo part in their deliberations beyond voting with tho ma jority and crying Here liorol to tho speeches from timo to time Then u sympathetic strlko was begun and mat ters waxed hot Ho hud bicu away from homo for several weeks going about with tho strikers nnd even ucting as ono of tho walking delegates Tho crisis had como and tho strikers know it Thut uvenlug whilo Dr Brown was shouting himself lioarfo in ills exhorta tions to his fellows a mescuger cuino and insisted ou seeing Dr Brown instantly Tho doorkeeper recognized tho man ns President OreonoH coachman and suspected a spy especially when ho overheard tho man say that Dr Browns son was dying for Brown wus supposed to bo an unmarried man Great was tho wrath of tho strikors when they know thoy had been harboring n spy Because of him their plans had to bo all changed and tho striko becamo a miserable failure This tho doctor learned afterward but for a timo nil thoughts of sociology wero banished by tho anxiety ho folt for his child After tho childs final recovery tho doctor found himself n marked man Ho wns constantly shadowed his houso was often broken into and onco or twico set on flro Ono dark night ho wus attacked in a lonoly street and seriously injured As a result of this revengeful attack ho was crippled for life uud tho only compensation it brought wus that nt last ho was able to utilizo tho material ho had boon so faithfully guthoriug and wroto a book on Industrial Prob Â¬ lems which marked an epoch in his science Arent you glad you nro not cou demued to bo a scientific widow all asked tho presidents wifo your lifo and Mrs Brown declared she was But sho boasted too soon Tho forco of hubit is not easily broken certainly not by a meic physical accident After tho publication of his book tho criticisms and comments it provoked revived tho desiro to investigate personally that Hero aro tho he might bo nblo to say ovidences gathered by an eyowltnoss Kaclmow Controvort them if you can evidence of increasing industrial unrest caused tho desiro to burn moro fiercoly At last during tho most obstiuato and destructivo railroad outbreak of this decudo ho could resist his passion no longer Ho cugcrly mingled with tho crowd of strikers us thoy surged back and forth among tho train yards attacking scabs nnd setting flro to curs and buildings At Inst worn out with his excitement ho tried to work his way out of the crowd but a burly mail sav ago with drink carried him into tho very front rank Tho militia had been ordered to scat tor tho rioters aud ut this moment camo up Their order to disperso was mot witli n shower of bricks aud mud and thoy fired into tha mob Six men fell threo mortally wounded and ouo of thoso wns Dr Brown When tho ambulance came ho was unable to spouk and thero was no way to identify hiin At homo Mrs Brown did not huvo an easy moment Tho morning pipors announc ed tho riot and closed tho account with Mortally wounded tho statement Flunuuguu Water street Patriok Thomas Bourne 1507 Harrison street unknown died beforo reaching tho hospital For Mrs Brown took tho next train I know sho said that poor unknown is Nathan uud I cannot rest until I Sho brought tho body havo seen him And yet sho con homo sorrowfully fided to tbo presidents wifo jnst beforo somo way I cant help the funeral being reconciled to it becausu now I am suro I know just wlioro ho is Augnsta Wright Bcrlo in Boston Herald fnco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE LITTLE FRENCH GIFlL Hie la Miniature Wimiiiu mid N Taught All IViiiliilim Art However innocent she may bo a littlo 1rcucli girl Jh unit li n otu of a littlo woman than a child of any other nationality She does not romp sho ii demure nnd quiet in her gnires which are often iuiitutiousof a grown persons lifo bho is trying to Irani how to bo the mistress of her Iiomfo by means of her dolls fcrnlture kitchen nud dishes Ieniinino arts aro still a part of every well arranged French i duration Men really earo moro for these accomplish ments than for others as lliey mnko Rtny nt homo wives who look after their it Â¬ Â¬ CantEat Printing This Is tho complaint ot thousands at this season They havo no appetite food docs not relish They need tho toning up of tho stomach nnd digestive organs which n courso ot Hoods Snrsnparllla will givo them It also purifies and enriches tho blood cures that distress after eating and internal misery only n dyspeptic can know creates an appetite overcomes that tired feeling nnd builds up and sustains tho whole physical system It so prompt- Â¬ ly and cfllclcntly relieves dyspeptic symp- Â¬ toms and cures nervous headaches that It seems to havo almost a magic touch m m m IN households aud ns a Frenchwomans principal aim is to plctue her futuro husband every mother prepares her duughler for this end This is why sho docs not penult too cloo nn intimacy with little boy cousins became teu years Inter n jealous husband would tnku n dislike to theso friendly cousins nor would ho like his wifos bosom friends in whom she confides and who nover louvo her any better Mothers therefore permit few if any Intimacies and theso are nil winnowed and selected with the greatest euro Ono advantage of this system is that tho iinniu of friend is not carelessly bestowed right and left It takes timo and gcod reasons for simple acquaintances to riso to that rank The mother not only wnrds off littlo boy cousins nnd inti mato girl friends hut sho discourages tho littlo girl in showing off her knowl edgo out of tho clnssroom for sho is fully nwnro thnt nothing could be less attract ivo in tho eyes of tho expected lord nnd master thnn a bluestccking A bright littlo girl I could nnruo hud by cluinco picked up some nstronomicnl scraps together with other scientific fncts which allowed her to shino now and then Ono evening whilo playing in tho garden ho heard a friend of her fathers exclnim Whuta dazzling That is not a star sir sho stnrl snid Her mother wns it Is a planet in drspnir for sho would rather a hun dred times have found her ignorant thuu havo seen her dhow off or cupu bio of committing tho enormity of eon trndictiug nn older person I hope sho said jestingly us it fort of cxcufc that when she is 18 tho poor littlo thing will havo forgotten n grcnt purt of what she knows today Til Dent zou in Century 1 Nothing adds to nny ones business like good printing In Â¬ m m m m m m m Hoods Job Printing Sarsaparilla In Is tbo best u fact the Ono True Wood Purifier nro tlio best nftcr dlntier nOOClii S FllIS pills aid digestion 25c m m Â¬ BISHOP WHIPPLE MARRIES lie I 8eeityfour Years Old 111 Ilrldc a Young Yvldow Ono of tho most interesting personali ties in tho northwest is tho Rev Henry B Whipple bishop of Minnesota who was married recently to Mrs Kvuugelino Simpson at St Bartholomews church -- m m m Wo aro tho Leaders Send your orders to us next timo Our prices nnd work aro guaranteed m m m try us - Printing XnpoleonA Grontl In CoRiiiopolltHnUm Nupokou nrderrd Murmont iu cuso Bluchcr should usunie tho offensive to abandon Paris and hasten to Chalons This wns nut a sudden decision The contingency had been mentioned iu n letter of Feb 8 to Joseph nnd nguin sv- - - IN NATURAL COLORS Lifelike Tints Imparled to nn Ordinary lMiotiieriipIi It has been known for a long timo thnt if tho suns rays tiro allowed to shino upon tho glass side of a photo graphic negative and tliocyo is brought into lie proper ichiticn it is pot niblo to seo tho positive picturo in the origi uul natural colors of tho object photo Â¬ Â¬ msiior wiiiitii Now York Although 74 years old ho is as activa ami us enthusiastic us a man of 40 Ho was appointed bishop in 18C1 On horseback ho rodo from 3000 to 4000 miles a year on his missionary visits among tho Sioux Indians When the Sioux Indians rose iu 1802 Bishop Whipplo interceded in their bo half with Piosidcnt Lincoln In 1888 ho preached tho sermon at tho opening of tho pan Anglican council in Westminster abbey His wifo is about 85 years old Her first husband Michael Simpson was a millionaire cotton manufacturer iu Now York World Massachusetts from Iieiius emphntis injunctions to keep tho impress and tho king of liomo from fulling into Austrian bauds were issued to tho fiiiiio correspondent Do ho emperor not abandon my son pleaded and remember hat I would rather no him iu tho Scino than iu tho bunds of tlio enemies of France Tho fatoof Astanyiix prisoner to tho Greeks bus always seemed to mo tho uuhnp piest iu history In this ultimate de Louisville HendersonLSt Louis hyo cision Nnpolcon showed how cosmopol IfcTO itan ho had glow n Ho had lorgottcn if ho ever undcistood tho extreme cen tralization of Franco Ho should havo Tfiktiiir Ulfect known thut Pmis lost tho head of tlio country wns gone nnd that tho dwarfed At 600 oclck A 22 Sunday Ifar 22 165S limbs could develop littlo or no national Weil Bound Trnini hnil Hound Train Lifo of Nupoleon by Pro vitality fessor W M Sloane iu Century 41 U 41 il Mail Mail V Kxpri Kxpri STATIONS Kxpra h pr Tlio llherx Juke Why do you wear thut vory uncouth Dally Dally Dally Pally looking Niiit snid theiucrmuid perch ti 3Upm 7 oAam IvUnn nLar 12 45pm h 00pm 6 15 Kentucky bt 12 SO 7 48 mil ed ou tho bowsptit of tho sunken vessel 7 8 Weil Ioint 1165nm 710 Oh for divers reasons replied tho 7 20 21 8 4S Howard 717 110 8 67 Willnwdale 1141 t 69 Til humorist in tho diving bell Yonkcrs 7 3S Hock Haven 11S6 J 01 j3 Statesman a 12 7 4S Long Ilranch 1127 t 47 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rs TIME SCHEDULE lO Â¬ Â¬ tlno Ylew or Item en I douii liko er man said Uncle Kben dnt seems ter git his chief religious comfort by regyuhdin heaven ez er plnco dat is enemies is gwinter Â¬ 755 813 8 IS 8 IU 8 37 SIM 9 31 912 41 llrandenburg Kkron Guston Xrvlngton 1118 11 10 815 860 8 68 9 9 67 10 07 10 10 J 94 n no 61 ty 132 24 t 10 I I bsy 03 48 10J li wanter git inter an ton Star cant Washing Â¬ SM iVi 103J 1035 104 10 61 05 918 9 33 9 41 08 1015 10 10 25 1042 Webilcr 1033 Iodlburtf 10 X Iierce 10 20 Sainplc Stcphentport 1011 Addlion 10li 1013 Holt 155 I I I 35 31 4i Klio 1111 92 Docs Caller looking at pictures your mamma paint Littlo Son Yes but shos finished thut an is puttin on tho powder now Shull bo down in a minuto Tit Bits 1112 1112 952 968 U25 11 1UO Si 1142 11 611IH Haweiville Iewliport Waltman Falcon Cloverport Shopa Sklllman 960 9 40 M7 f 29 11 letrlc 935 925 917 911 603 53 46 9t2 8 66 8 46 8 34 t40 4 UDBTIUE IWI DUTTER EOOS 1038 1048 11 HI 12Upin 1215 12 2 1231 1234 12 40 12 17 12 64 1 REPORTS 1105 1108 11 15 Patet Owemboro Mattlngly GriflitV Worthlngton Heads Stanley loweri 31 25 825 814 8115 416 405 S65 3 44 8jJ 339 330 223 3 36 LOUISVILLK KY Ncv 2 1898 Bblpr on should murk all paokfcgoa plainly with ihlpperi name and post tffic addren Choloe country Medium 11 1121 1131pm 11 1138oir 10U 65pm 15pm Snottivllle 316 Banett 310 ar Hendern lv 720m 768 751 741 736 12 Creimorj tf 8 10 eb 15 L II St L Ry FofdsYifle Branch Frtih Frlme white Mixed Old No 1 duck FKATHEnS gooie- II 40 36 16 41 35 XO - TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 5 No 1 11 EFFECT DEO 22 1895 25 CJ 00 7 a I 254 IS 00 13 12H 3 P0ULT11Y lb Chlckem per tloi Spring Ducki per lb lenee per do rOTATOKS Iriih per burrel New La weet potatoeiper bbl From tor 2 to uts higher Navy lleaui per bushel ItOOTS Weit Hound Tralm Halt Hound Train Ileal per STATIONS 50100 10am 1160 12 06pm Iv 50 2 SO 75 3 00 12 12 12 72 200 25 1215 1268 Hatred Junction llardimburg Junction Kirk Glendcane Deini aler Djly I Daily ex iin ex Sun No 1 No t Irvlngton Ar 9 2tam 810 Gatheld 7 60 7 40 7 30 7 16 7 00 110 128 1 Jolly 35 20 30 42 64 ainieng Senlca Snake 340 165 276 64 21 6 1 arKallilloughlt Dempster Hock vale Huth Oaka Mitchell 6 60 6 30 6 20 611 1lnk Yellow Wild linger 2 2 2 2 Lady Slipper May Appl Wood FIELD SEEDS 4 119 3 20 3 40pm Aiklns 5 37 6 27 6 1C 6 08 4 50 4 41 4 36am ArKordsvilleLv 1i 2X 1 80 4 26 SOO Timothy Clover per buihel Orlmioo Clover per buihel per luabel GRDVE JP FAT KedTnppoj buihel Iran per buihel r buihel blue J rim fanoy blue Gran extra per buihel Onion Feta Yellow per buihel Orchard White Dry Salt good Dry flint gcod Sheep ikln WOOL 86 10 85 65 1 25 2 50 1 lren HIDES irood 8 10 10 3 K II 40 Q A5WWP35 Tul waihed Ireaio fine Hurry Dlack Durry Tallow Beoiwsx nd Onti MISCELLANEOUS It U 8 15 3 8 Jl It II 13 10 Hnttffi MnlM G M 16 25 20 ii SSSMHwIBa CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED IS JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS ULATItlUliOVKiaQ3 TASTELESS S PRICE SOcts sMirinLprJ KaiYoFP0rtArV Y feKst Parla Uodlcln Co W Luuls lo KB boWlea ot UeMUiuuui Wo sold UllUVH8 TA8TKLKS8 CIHtJvTONlO tad bat iouiinl lUrc uruta already Ibis rear lnalluurex petieuct ot It yean In the dnw bualues bay bevertuld an articl thai gar ucu Batumi nMr taUon aa your Tnnls Yuun truly AiixarC uw AOe yf J i THE BRElOKENRrnQR NEWS GLOYERPORT KY Breckenridge News i OUKES WEDNESDAY N0VEMBEU4 1890 B In Loving Eemembrance of Lydia Guedry Who Died Not 25 1805 Juit fifteen Jtatt ago to day Our home wii nude bright lljr the admit of a baby girt Who sings above to night For an angel came to gather flooeri To deck the throne of heaven And took the fairest of them all That God to us had given The voice that sang so sweetly The vine that crowned the rock The Joy of our house hold And the flower of our flock Weather nice and warm Nearly everybody has bad colds Mis Emma Ray visited Mrs Maggie TELLS THE SARGEANT ABOUT Roberts Tuesday A LUMP OF GOLD Miss Bertha Bowlds has been on the sick list for several days There was prayer services at the Pres Â¬ byterian church Sunday Thon He Recoives Soma Vory ExMrs Davison of Knottsville is visit- Â¬ cellent Atlvlco From His Fribnd ing relatives here this week The Fat Policeman Mrs Sara and Harriett Burnett were guetts Tuesday of Mrs Lou Jarboe Mrs Elizabeth Nichols spent Wednes Â¬ day night with Mrs John Duko and fain- - And Goes Home Full of Sorrow Hy Carl Dunder Talks Â¬ tn spring she was a hippy cInM Whose cheeks were like fairy roses llootr Hut when November came with blast We laid her in the silent tomb When oft wed cajp that wasting hand And view those teaturea calm and wan We could see the fel destroyers work And fear our daiting would soon be gone We miss them now those gentle steps We used to hear so oft Your loving voice that always ipoke bo sweet so kind and soft liut yet wc know youer walling now The shining streets of heaven We know that to your fair young brow A golden crown is given Almost one dreary year has passed Since your sweet spirit fled How bitter was our anguiih When we lound that jou were dtad Now desr Llda ouer In heavtM With the angels there to dwell Hut the summor s cane tco sudden To speak the word Farewell Hy MoTiirn 1kron Kentucky Oct 30 1896 Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic tastes good is good and does good An effectual positive and permanent cure for chills fever and ague Contains no poison An anti malarial and an up-Â¬ building tonic a blood purifier An ap-Â¬ petizer aiding digestion It makes the Largo bottles 50c complexion good Guaranteed by all dealers GLENDEANE Xo school Tuesday Tell Henry Moorman Jr to describe bis last possum hunt Hey B A Cundiir preached here Sun Â¬ day to a very attentive audience Misses Alice Brown Ella Robertson John Jackson has rented a fatm near Bakers store and will move in a month or two Services next Saturday night and Sunday at 11 oclock by the pastor Rev S J Ritchy Mrs Mary Duke and daughter Clara were guests Wednesday of her son Bob Duke and wife Thursday night was one of the bluster est nights we have experienced in this section for some time Messrs R J Tindle Jim Lay John Dawson Sr El tired Powers and John Dawson Jr attended the speaking at Patesville Rev D L Bowlds preached a good sermon Sunday nlghtat the Presbyterian chuich There was a large crowd out to hear him Ben Powers is the only man thus far in our neighborhood that has sold his crop of tobacco He got G 4 and 2 for his crop Nothing less than a shower of pitch forks point foremost can prevent Walter from his Sunday evening visits near the county line We hope as the political eicitement will soon be receding Messrs John K Johnson and S S Burnetts dreams will be more blissful Mrs JobnEon Mrs Frances and Lon Jarboe Mrs Laura Burnett and Miss Issie Johnson were in town Wed nesday shopping Hon R J Tindle made a found money speech at Powers School IIoubp Wed nesday night The ML Vernon glee club furnished vocal music for the occaÂ¬ Â¬ Not All Is Gold That Glitters Tho fat polico sergeant stood in tho door of the station houso watching n goat which was hungrily dovouring an old Harrison hat which some 0110 had kicked into tho street when Mr Dun der camo around tho corner and chocrily Â¬ called out Hello sergeant I shnst happened to como nrondt dis vltay and I guoss I shtop n tniuuto to sco if you vims all right I thought you had gono back to Ger many said the sorgennt as ho continued to watch the goat Back to Shcrmanyl I tlonu boo vhy I should go back to Shcriimny Nottiugs vhas two times nliko in dis country bnt 1 get used to dot It vims n nico day sergeant Havo you had n guardian ap pointed yet Vby should I haf some guardians replied Mr Dunder with considerable spirit If you belief 1 tloan know how to tuko euro of lurselfjrou vhas mis- Â¬ Â¬ o Â¬ ASLEEP TEN DAYS an buy you nil Mo Van you watit at 1 n pound I feci Forry for you Do you How vhas I sorry for yon lief dot man vlina n shwludlcr Strange Caie of a Woman in Penn Â¬ Of rotirso I da Yon have plenty of sylvania water at tho house havent yon Vhas has dot wascr got to do mlt How you know dot man vhas him somo shwhidlors Stretched out on her bed with her face When you go homo Mr Dunder pale as death and surrounded by a cir- Â¬ draw n tub of water put 10 pounds of cle of anxious friends and neighbors coriimrul into it nnd then soak your Mrs John McCurdy of 10 Scott street head for 24 hours If you cant soak it Alleghany has beta sleepli g In a mys Â¬ oft your tieek get pmuolody to knock it terious trance for nearly ten days rats with a club off Sergeant vhas vhas I tooken in the Pittsburg Cotnmercial GszHte Dur- Â¬ again gasped Mr Dunder as ho got ing all that length of lime life lias been so weak in tho knees that ho bad to sit sustained only by the forclblo injection down of food into the stomach Whether she Yfs you havo been played again is inn hypnotic state or what caused her biggest peculiar That fellow knew you to bo tho condition aro questions no per Â¬ sucker ill tho state Which idiot nsylutu son can answer Physicians havo been had you rather go to exerting all their efforts and skill to So so I vims brat Tho sergeant lifted him to his feet arouse her but she still slei ps on some Â¬ and led him to tho door and dropped times dreamlDgand occasionally as quiet him oil thd Rtep Then ho pointed down as if life had passed from the body The the street nnd said case is one of tho most remarkable that If you think yon rant find your has occurred In this vicinity for years way home Ill send a R11111II boy with Mrs McCurdy is about thirty five years yon or writo your addrcs on n card mur of age and has always been considered in den eho vims brass Don a perfect Btato of health She and her mured Mr Dunder replied tho husband who is a machinist employed Yen she vims bra Go home Mr Dnuder and in one of the shops on Robinson street sergeant be suro and havo the witter hot and pat Alleghany have resided on Scott street in plenty of bran for nearly a year And Mr Dunder crept away with Other families occupy a part of the his feet drugging and hi buok humped Their apartments aro on the and ho turned tho corner and vanished bouse second fl ior and it is in the front bed- Â¬ from sight without onco looking back room of the suite of rooms that the M QUAD strange scene of life and death is attract- Â¬ ing many curious people In Luck About Sunday a week ago Mrs McCur Â¬ She Dear mol Why dont they teach It is so dy complained slightly of having a bead choruses to sing intelligibly Â¬ OHAPEZEIWATHEN Given An Ovation at Irvington Clear and Masterly Argument A InvtNOTON Special -- On Saturday the Hon Chspezo Wathen of 31st ult delivered an address here Owensboro to an admiring and enthusiastic crowd Although tho announcement of his presence was not heralded twenty four hours in advancoyct so great tho esteem in which he is held by his friends and former nelghborsand so eager were they to hear tho causo of Bryan and free silver expounded by him that between three and four hundred persons were assem bled to do him honor The feminine portion of the Irvington vicinity are as enthusiastic in the cause and as loyal and patriotic as aro the rest of the women of the land and a few by Â¬ lK guiu Diuuuniu JVMMta iliml uu Mlt IHIm1 ultimo tji vinre tljgi the occurrence at Covington has m proved the chances of their candidate as it has roused the chivalry of Ken tucky against his opponents If ie chivalry of Kentucky can stand the noin inallon of Col W O P Brecklnritg to Congresi on a fusion ticket supported by both the R publicans and tho lin ocrats who folldw the Indianapolis Con vention of which ho was the brightest ornament then it can stand anything Tho American 11 When the children wake up in the night coughing one doso of Dr Belts is all thats needed Â¬ aggravating to bo uuablo to distinguish ache She awoke iu the morning feel- Â¬ tho words ing tired and restless Sho bad been He Yon dont know yonr lock I affected with strange dreams so she told Indianapolis havo rqad tho libretto her husband and bIio could not account for her peculiar condition All of that day she lounged about the house and fre- Â¬ quently she Bald her heart was acting strangely The following night she tossed about in her sleep sometimes moaning and screaming with fright AVhon she was called to prepare breakfast for her hus band at 0 oclock in the morning it was difficult to awaken her Finally after making an unusual attempt tho husband managed to get her to sit up She went about her task in a mechanical way and her every action would indicate that she Â¬ was ill Monna Hunter attended Teachers Asso- Â¬ ciation Saturday vPro Allen Stith and sister Miss Ma bel of Hitcs Hun spent Sunday with Â¬ sion Rev F Winfree and wife Rev Elmer Winfree and wife of Union Star and Messrs Noil Spencer and Mat Hendrix spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Jo Ray Miss Alice Brown Charley Rhodes of Chicago spent Sun day with his parents He leaves for 0 Aensboro to day Master Otter Owen and sinter Eva spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Joe Howard of Rock Vale Julian Brown will move to Glendeano this week He stays in Hardinsburg till Tuesday so as not to lose his vote Of course everybody is going to elect his man to day and the perpetuity and safety of our Republic is assured for an- Â¬ other four years Utopia has the nucleus of a library The latest addition being Websters In- Â¬ ternational Dictionary through the ef- Â¬ forts and kindness of Supt Driskell it was delivered here prepaid for 5850 Ir and Mrs Chas Fisher gave a dinner Saturday with Mrs Dellaven of Millwood Mr and Mrs Eli Deane Mr and Mrs J A Moorman and others present My information about it is rather meager and cannot more fully describe They say that the excellence of the dinner was equaled only by Col Deans capacity for making it disappear On the night of Oct lit after several weeks illness Mrs A A Green passed away At this call of the death angel three noblo christian daughters have given up a mother whom they tenderly loved and faithfully heroically watched through her sickness Our sympathy goes out to them in their great sorrow At the family burying ground at Mr Chas Robertsons alio was laid to rest ou Sunday afternoon late I Allen Clear Springs Ky writes that lie is confident Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo saved his eyes from go Â¬ ing out It is the greatest remedy on earth for any and all kind of soio eyes granulated lids etc Geo NO SUPERIOR IN THE WORLD h Record of the Battleship Manachn etts on Her Trial Trip Washington Oct 20 The United States battleship Massachusetts just returned from Iter final trial trip has no superior in the world Her performance on trial has exceeded that of the Indiana The report of the Inspection Board of which Commodore Dewey is Chairman and which ran her for forty eight hours at sea last week reached the Navy De Â¬ partment today On Oct 22 she ran 13 knots by the log for two hours her en Â¬ gines averaging a little nioro than 102 re- Â¬ volutions developing 501 1 horse power During the succeeding forty eight bourn run all guns were fired on the level and at maximum elevation with service charges the structure of the ship and guna mounts showing ample strength and freedom from any injury or strains The board found that upon the trial no weakness or defeat appeared In the hull machinery fittings or equipment due to defective workmanship or materials New York Times Â¬ The election is now over and every body will have time to cool oil but the political fever has reached such a high state with some persons that four years Is a short time for it simmer down Mrs Gllmore will remove right swr to Daviess county where she will make Iee her home among her children Gilniore will still remain at the old place UT WHY YOU DO DOT and keep batch Lookout girls Lee tooken A gOuU viino tigo viiiii X vliun will soon get tired of cooking greenhorns somicIkxIy can shwindlo me Wheat Grim I UK Iu Iter lyr issue reaches its many Before this but I liko to sco our try it on now If Three months ago the readers McKinley and Hanna will have you vhas my frioudt you doan shpeuk daughter of A brain Cain near Sweet taken passage on board the steamer Pro- Â¬ liko dot to 1110 ser Iud got seme wiieat in her eyes tection for a prolonged trip up Salt river Then nothing has happened quo whilo playing with other children in a Palmer with the other bojs will pack ried tho fcrgcuut as tho goat worried granary No serious iuconvenienco re sulted aud tho matter was forgotten A their grips and walk through by a near down his third pieco of hut Nottings has happened Dot is no week ago ono of tho eyes began to in cut body has tried somo gnuigamcH ou me flamo and becamo unbearably painfnl dead man in two Tho parents iu examining the swollen The new chill cure Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ If ho did ho vims a minutes bust 0110 muu come along eye discovered what was to nil appearmint Chill Tonic looks better tastes Oh n man camo along did ho ances n green sliver protruding from tho better acts better aud is better than any I said a man camo along Vhas dot comer of tho eyo In attempting to ro other All dealers guarantee it to cure sonic tings to make you shniilo Ser movo tho substanco it broko off The geant I doan liko dot viiny you shpeak operation was repeated every day witli to mo Vhas I a boy Doan I know tho samo result tho supposed sliver It Gives all Sides some beans breaking off each timo Dr Forrest All through tho cainpalgnlublic Opin Â¬ Mr Dunder said tho sergeant as who was sent for found a grain of ion has successfully maintained its re- Â¬ tho goat got away with tho last rem wheat lodged in the corner of tho eyo Every shade of nant of hat and looked hopefully around with a sprout on it half an inch in putation for fairnees thought upon all topics Is represented in for nu old boot wo will go iusido length Tho sprout was what tho par its American Allaire department not Now then what havo you got to sav ents hud boen pinching off ovcry day as to mo it grew thinking it a grocu sliver or one mans opinion but the opinion of Nottings spliut Tho oyo is getting well In every man who is at all representative Yes you havo A man camo along dianapolis Sentinel Public Opinion published at New York What did ho want A I abortil Kxitlnnatlon is the one journal that enables its read Ho doan vliant nottiugs Ho vhas n Two young husbands wero comparing ers to keep posted upon the happenings poor unfortunate man but ho doan notes on infantilo woes in every fluid of human activity Your beg of me That kid of miuo said ono nev Â¬ I seo You nro n great friend of tho local paper furnishes information as to poor Mr Duudcr He culled on you er seems to holler except when Im nt purely local affairs and Public Opinion homo furnishes a view of national affairs To and what said tho other Isupposo Then Vlioll ho camo in my placo und two papers except pur- Â¬ go outside these said vims I Curl Dunder I vims Dot ho doesnt commouco until tho early poses of special investigation is un- vhas all right IIo slmst liko to gaze on morning hours Now our baby yolls nt necessary There will be much to learn mo been u to lie reads of mo in tier pa any and all times I wish to thunder in the political field after Nov 3 The pers I cant help it if ho liko to gazo thcro wus somo way of stopping him Thou tho third young husband chip Â¬ issue of Public Opinion for Nov - will on mo can I IIo look so palo und scok ped iu tho best ho could Ho stuttered contain about 200 expressions of opinion dot I pity him our ho houso ho laborious Of course Goon upon the result of tho election from the I ask him if ho doan half somo ly remarked wo li havo just press of this and foreign countries n t fresh p pair of sookness and lie cries liko a shild By Send 5 cents for this issue or we will What I Twins yelled both tho oth and by lie 8 ys dot his liouso In Buffalo send a sample copy of our own selection gots on flro vhen ho vhas away und his cr young husbands gorio not free For 250 you can be a thorough- wifo und sliildrcn burn oop Ilia wifo P pats tho 125 for 0 vhas a blond und his childron vhas an ly posted man for one year right to sl slccp somo und gels und ho feels so bad dot ho doan months Co cents for three months Clovcluud Plain Dual- it caro to livo no more Poor maul sighed tho sergeant How ranch money did you givo him Tlie Football Scuon I doan gif III tn two cents Dot vhas First Collegian I hoar that Bullott too bad but I can gif him 110 money the groat hulf back has boon killed Better than cither in 11 healthy Ho knows dot und so he doan nsk mo Secoud Collegian Groat Scott I now Vhcii dot liouso burns oop it burns nil liver If tho livor is O K tho Collegian A brick honso fell shewolry mit it Dot showolry molts ou First him man ii O K His blood is kept der altogether in ono lamp you know nnd Secoud Collegian And thats tho re- Â¬ jmre hia digestion perfect and ho ho hunts nroundt nud finds dot lamp hint go homo for vaca can enjoy lifo and act intelligently Exactly Mr Dander Ho had tho sult of lettingout tion and got of training New lump with him nnd patiently ujon tho questions York Pross Yes You all know what to of tho day Aud ho wants to raiso mouey on IIo Couldnt Itun Awajr take i uti lmvo known it for years it Thcro has been unothor barglar is Simmons Liver Regulator It Vhell ho likes to raiso a few dol- Â¬ caught by a Chicago woman lars to buy tombstones but ho vhas 110 Is that so i3VJK dcadbeut If I doan tuku dot lump of Yes sho married him in jaiL gold lie doan tako no niouoy Cleveland Plain Doalor Just so Yon have tho lump with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1Â¬ gug-gug-gÂ¬ Â¬ y Gig-gig-gy SILVER OR GOLD p f cTiii iyTgM Euokleni Arnica Salve For years you nnd your fathers havo found tt of sterling worth It is and alwtys has been put up blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Co Tiko and positively cures Piles or no pay re only by J II Zetlin It has tho quired It is guaranteed to give periect nono but tho gonuino satisfaction or money refunded Price Red Z on tho front of tho wrapper 25 cents per box For Sals iiv A R and nothing olso is tho same and nothing so good Fisher Â¬ This Best Salvk In the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ i i f with what promptness the insult and interruntinn offered to Mr Carlisle when addressing a meeting at Covington wero censured and repudiated by Mr Bryan and the National Democratic Committee It is worth while to compare tho occurrence with what happened when Mr Bryan was at New Haven It was a lot of roughs who threw the eggs and one of whom flung a cigar into Mr Carlisles It Iteinlnded Win yon I BuppoboJ face at Covington It was the cultured Hoax Why did Gouldbugge movo Vlioll 1 shunt put it in my pocket youth of great a university who Insulted Here sho vhas Dero vhas from his Broad street house you know Mr Bryan at New Haven The latter 1 Joax Tho number was mom ash flvo hooucrod dollar in dot set the example which the former fol Â¬ lump mit diamonds inside Sho weighs Philadelphia Record lowed Yet nearly every Republican shunt half a pound raying- Up I sec said tho sergeant as ho re Â¬ newspaper begau to minimize and apolo- Â¬ To tot or not to tot ceived und inspected the lump He gise for the offence to Mr Bryan and That wan the rldJlu didnt waut over 25 did he some of them openly applauded it Mr But bavins danood Vhell ho likes to get 30 Dot I need uitut pay the fiddle Carlisle is not the candidate for the makes a payment ou flvo tombstones Bond Jones an overcoat highest office within sight of an election Ho vhill come arouudt iu two weeks That11 twenty dollar to it but only a Cabinet official with a und pay mo baok If ho don do it deu Jenklni a hat and Drown Ulx autrti and collar Seaatorship in remote view Mr Mc- Â¬ Personal I shall soil her for flvo hoonercd dollar Hero vhas you do mit dqt lump Free 04 page medical reference book Kinley had not a word of rebuke for the Tn Bmlthen send Tho mit I dedifnatedl I was just tossing it out into the to any person afflicted with any special offence offered at New Haven while To Ureeo the buoU alloy replied tho sergeant as ho gave chronic or delicate disease peculiar to Mr Bryan takes the first opportunity to For which lie got roe slated it a hoavo through tho opeu window their sex Address the leading phy Â¬ declare hisreprobatioa of that offered at But Thy yo do dot Lot mo pick Im very glad no nioro sicians and surgeons of the United States Covington and to declare that he is as Tba voter yilllng him oop quick I Colonel Jim Juie will call Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street much for free speech for his ODnotmnlH said tho sorgoantas Mr Dander And get uy dwelling Chicago dotatuljm hold c him I -- AtlauU CouitltnUon ho laid a as fcr hie friends and himself Yet Â¬ - After her husband departed for work returned to bed and fell into a deep sleep from which she has not since awakened At noon on the day mentioned friends called at her home but there was no sign of life about the place They entered the sleeping apart- Â¬ ment and there lay the woman cold and palo and apparently in every sense of the word half dead Dr E P Logan of 211 Federal street Alleghany was sent for and did all in bis power to restore the sleeping woman toherscnseB but medicine and skill wero defied in this instance and no remedy peemed to answer the purpose It was finally suggested that perhaps she would recover during the night Friends watched by the bedside but no visible signs of returning consciousness reward- Â¬ ed them Mrs McCurdy fell into a heavier sleep two days later and it was feared she would die The heart beat at certain times was hardly perceptible and twice she was given up for dead The last time she was in that extraordinary con- Â¬ dition hope was restored in the bieast of the husband when his wifes lips sepa- Â¬ rated and almcst in a whisper she mur- Â¬ mured his name Another time sho said Dear husband and again the word Heaven was distinctly pro nounced But after these signs of re turning life Mrs McCurdy would relapse into her former condition and sleep on entirely senseless of her surroundings After the first few days the physician found it necessary to inject food down the throat in liquid form He was compelled to force the nourishment down the throat by working the jaws and chin Sometimes the food animated the sleep of Mrs McCurdy Breath would come and go faster and at quicker intervals than before Dr Logan has been con Â¬ sulting with Dr Witherhill of Lacock street for two days and both physicians are puzzled over the case Neighbors and friends who wero con- Â¬ gregated at the house last night when a Commercial Gazette reporter called wero unable to account for her strange condition They could not mention anything that might havo caused it and said the physicians were equally as much perplexed There seems to prevail however an opinion that hypnotism might have something to do with Mrs McCurdys peculiar sleep If it had no person can account for a way such an influence could be communicated The McCurdys are sensible and hard working people and well known in the vicinity of their home All of their friends say that the peculiar action of the heart and miud lias some mysterious cause When the repot ter onteted tho room whore the lady was sleeping several rela- Â¬ tives including the husband were watch Â¬ ing by the bedside They seemed to re- ganl the figure on the bed as a corpse and mourned for the sleepsr with gen Â¬ uine grief During these moments Mrs McCurdy was breathing heavily Her condition at that time was if any thing worse than it had been during the day Her face wore a smile and her dreams if she were having any were evidently pleasant Dr Logan tells the story of the strange case as stated Tho husband and other friends say they will watch by the bed Â¬ side until she recovers They will not remove her to a hospital knowing she always dreaded such an institution St Louis Post Dispatch Mrs McCurdy Â¬ Â¬ quick concerted action had the 10 to 1 idea carried out by a procession of six- Â¬ teen little white robed girls with silver crowns and white bouquets and one tiny maiden with golden vesture and carry- Â¬ ing yellow flowers marched iu front to the speakers stand the procession being headed by two small boys ono carrying a large picture of Bryan the other an American flag Mr Wathen began his address by making a touching allusion to tho pleasure It gave him to be with the Mends of his boyhood days emphasizing the fact that he considered it a proud priv- Â¬ ilege to address an audience who knew him and who knew the honesty of his purpose and convictions And then he launched forth on the issue of the day that issue which is burning in the hearts of the people of this free Republic In clear and maateily logic be elucidated the cause of freo silver and with unan- Â¬ swerable arguments he exploded the gold standard theory Applause was frequent and prolonged and at the close of his address sixteen white and one yellow bouquets were thrown him by the little girls who form- Â¬ ed the procession Such a spontaneous outpouring on bo short a notice and such an applauding and enthusiastic crowd was quite an ova- Â¬ tion to Mr Wathen and the cause for which he labors Before this appears in the columns of the News the die will havo been cast and the ensign of one party will go down yet though the peoples idol William Jennings Bryan is not this time the victor the cause of freo silver and its bold champion still lives in the hearts of the people and will assuredly triumph in the end Â¬ About Children The first Or temporary set of teetl should receive as much if not more at tention than the Becond set The cbiyH will have much better health if tLese teeth are kept in tuch condition tint the procebs of mastication may be performed comfortably Then too ranch of the Bubstance of the first set of teeth is abcoibed into tho permanent ttt Keep the first set in good condition and much will be done towards insuring the A strength of the second No boy no girl can ever come to be utterly bad who remembers only lute and tenderness and unselfishness and sweetness as associated with father and mother in tho old time home Give them manly and womanly example give them training give them the inspiration of devoted lives give them these higher deeper things Do not care so much as to whether you are accumulating money so that you can leave them a fortune I really believe that the chances are against that being a blessing for a boy But leave them an accumulated fortune of metneriea and inspirations and exam ples and hopes so that they aro rich in brain and heart and soul and service Then if you happen to leave them the fortune besides if they have all these the fortune will be shorn of its possibilities of evil and will become an instrument of higher and nobler good Minot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Savage Do you go to bed to sleep Of course you do Then if theres any croup or 1 whooping cough among your children administer Dr Bells A Word With the Doctor A hot bath on going to bed is said to be for some people a remedy for sleepÂ¬ lessness It is far better than taking drugs Try the hot baths going immed- Â¬ iately to bed and notice the effect after a weeks time Regular baths proper food and long hours of sleep are necessary conditions to a healthy infant The tbreo prime essentials in the nursery are fresh air good food and pure water Always be scrupulously careful to thoroughly wash the spoon used in giv ing medicine No housewife would think of allowing anyone at her table to eat with a fork that bad not been washed since the previous meal aud it is far worse to invite the entrance of disease germs into a debilitated system by using a dirty spoon to administer medicine A man who isnt his own physician at forty is a fool said the great doctor Abernetby and the remark has a measure of truth Experience ought to teach us what we can do and what we can eat but it does not always as in the follow- Â¬ ing case Thus according to the Roxbury Ga- Â¬ zette a man ate three cucumbers a few radishes a saucerful of currants and drank a glass of Ice water and then went to bed The next day he said to a friend Well I have learned ono thing a person lias no right to drink water just before retiring The most stubborn cases of neuralgia are apt to yield to a hot water treatment Wherever the pain is located there a hot water bag should be applied the suffer Â¬ ing part should bo wtapped in a blanket and the unfortuuate patient should be put to bed and covered with more blank eta and induced to drink at least three cups of water as hot as the palate can stand This treatment may seem sovere but it is sure to bring relief Â¬ Dick had no father and occasionally the fact worried him One day his mother fell illand some one incautiously commented on the sad state of affairs if bis mother too should die Dick said nothing but he kept up a great thinking When his nnther was quite well again one night at dinner Dick who was seven years old suddenly broko the silence with the question Mamma why dont you mtrry again When the laugh which this unex- Â¬ pected query raised had subsided his mother asked Dick why ho wanted her Well was his slow res- Â¬ to marry ponse showing that be had carefully thought it all out then Id have a papa and if yon died he could marry anojtr lady and shed be my mamma and It ue died she could marry a man and so Id always have a papa and mamma aud then Dick looked grieved because his family all laughed harder than they had before at this continuous parent arrange ment of his Â¬ Wayalde Subtletlc Wayworn Wateon Theso hero uows papor writors is too high for me What is tho differenco between liviu aud ex istin I waut to know Porry Patcttio Hoaps miles ocean A man can exist on bread and meat but ho lias to have boozo to really live Cincinnati Enquirer Tho Collecting Craze Mrs Van Twitter is such an orfti nal creature What han sho been doing latoly Collecting Bouvcnir husbands Iu sido of six mouths sho has had ono from St Louis ono from Douver and ono from San Francisco Chicago Record Â¬ Alligator Iaablon of tho high stnndiug collar said Cholly Tho only objec tion Ivo got against it is that when you chew gum you havo to hold yonr jaw still and movo tho wholo top of yonr head you know Chicago Trib I liko tho looks Â¬ Â¬ une A Reminder Bluff flash gotton for years Bragg Did ono of your flashes ever happen to recall that fen you borrowed of mo iu 1880 Detroit Freo Press I frequently havo somothiug upon my memory that I had for Are You A J2 W II Lankford merchant Lankford Tenn writes Dr Bells beats any medicine on earth tor coughs and colds Ji SIDES TO RSAD DOTH OF TUB QUESTION Metropolitan paper indorsing If Iheycan Stand Breckenridge It is gratifying to see The New York Journal is the only Bryan and Sewail and it daily publishes articles by the leading financiers of the country on both sides of the question j Silver versus Gold and always the masses Every broad minded man shouhL read it whether Republican or It is progressive liberal espouses the cause of Subaor lptloa for One Month Including Sunday Two Months aad a Xlalf i null Daljr 1 Democrat oeat everywhere 40cnta 100 V Send subscription to Circulation Dcpartt The New York Journal Jis yostf tt THE BREOKMRIDGR Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pair -- NEXWS L H mm CHEARf DR W TIME TABLE UOIMII WIIT Haiaiwar Dull utr lUnllnitinrs noma Iliaanittr lUtlj nrr lUrillnibur Hi 7i30 hit Pw am HARDINSBURQ Mr Alfrtd lliMnu upenl ntMcDinlnlH 11 lnt Holiday BAMNG MOST A PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cicam of Tnlir Powder Free torn Ammonia Alum or any oilier adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 1 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1890 LOCAL BREVITIES FraLk English la Blowly itupiovlng Did you try pancake Hour Suzers Clmrllo Ooir wna In town yesterday Try that extra lino brick clu eso at Sul asre Frank Boyd of Owensboro ciinio homo to vote Charlie Itoulllor went to Hardlnsbuig Monday New mincu meat in package and bulk Tousoy of Gloverpoit 0 whh In town last Thursday Mr Charley Hook spent lust Saturday with friends at Webster Wo gavo it great ileal of our space IIiIh week to tho election uowh Burrel Beard arrived here last week to be present at thu election Prof It bolts of Meade rotiuly whh here u few days Inst week Anion Kinchcloe who hits hot n ill for sometime U able to be out again Mr and Mrs Wntliugton of Union Star were visiting here Inst Sunday Utffrn to tho wife of M 11 Beard Nov t a boy Benjamin Franklin Beard Jr Vilook Miller A Co are running their llouring mill now both day and night ErncBt tho little son of Mr and Mrs Coleman Haswell Is improving rapidly B F Beard who has been sick for the past week Is able to be at his basinets again G W Guthrie Is adding a new addition to tho dwolllng occupied by Mr Mc Guilln Â¬ Suzers James It Sklllinnti went to Hardins burg Monday Will Smith ol Oweiibboro was In the city yesterday Japaneeo lanterns tire crackers and horns Sulzers Jess Miller of Sample carao down to vote yesterday Two Packages cf chewing gum or Ave cents Sulzers The crowd in town was exceedingly largo ymterday Jack Miioruiuo Ilawesville was at homo yesterday Sherman Ball of Hardinaburg was in tho city Monday Mrs E A Kissam is visiting her par ents near Union Star Dont forgot wo are headquarters for 11 ig and bunting Suzers A E Robertson will occupy tho John Ciist house on Oak eticet A It Fisher Is building an addition to the olllco of Dr S P Watkins Mr and Mrs Filo Dellaven of Owensboro came up Monday evening I A Newconib representing the Louisville C mmorclal was in the city Thurs- Â¬ day Mr Powers will move in tho house lately occupied by Ben Noble on Oak Street A N Hudson is having a one story cottage built near his olllce for his bicy- Â¬ cle car Mr and Mis Jas G Stephens and daughter Mho Brook were in tho city Â¬ Â¬ Moiiday 4 Mrs llliomley Utnfrow of Sulphur Wells iB here with htr mother Mrs Weatheiholt D L Van Culin with the well known firm of Jno P Morton A Co of Louis- Â¬ ville is in the city Miss Lela Ilenly who has been con Â¬ fined to her room for mure than a week is rapidly improving Business is begining to lo ik up In prospects of the good remit of the coinepe ch fur Bryan ing presidential election Tho building com in it to cf the Catholic Horace Gilbert who was seriously wounded some weeks ago was removed church are llguiing on the cost of their new church to be put up out of stone to his fathers house Sunday Johnnie Morton came homo Sunday Mr Mannntiau the stonn cutter horn Â¬ from Georgetown to vot to see his rel- the Falls of Bough was here List Tues and friends He rttuiutd yester Â¬ day to look at the plana atives day BRANDENBURG John Xf Harris who is connected with the Louisville Post was a passen Mies LIda Haynes was In town n short ger on the Sunday evening West bound time Saturday train Mr and Mrs A S JohuBona Infant Njfaster Willie LlsheD will leave Thurs child Is quite 111 of pneumonia day for Warsaw III to enter a German Miss Lucy YouDg was a visitor of Ms schcol He will stay with his uncle Lua Bland Saturday and Sunday ff Louis Llahen Mrs J L Malin of Vine Grove is vis Tho city couucil met In regular session Monday night Tho only business of itlng her parents Mr and Mrs J W importance was the appointing of elect- Â¬ Lewis Our colored friends had Teachers Asion officers to act yesterday Va D Heron sup3rinoud nt of the sociation last Saturday with quite a good Short line railroad gave the school chil- attendance Miss Ladle Clarkson visited her grand dren a trip to Victoria Saturday They were accompanied by Prof J II Logan mother Mrs E Wimp and her aunt Wolfolk Vplfarles Boufller wtnra n broad ainllo Mrs S P Miss Irma Gordon after spending post office going to t again upon Monday evening for his mall he received sometime with Mrs Maydee Pusey has a letter from bis father In Germany con- returned to her home New Albany No preaching In town last Sunday taining a check for 500 morning Bro Pate preached at night J I Draahenr has bought several crops of tobacco among them Is Wat and administered the Lords supper Come out to the Literary Service by Blands at 0 3 and 1 tho Hawkins 3 The first seasou that next Friday night at Brandenburg Nor boys at So and f cornea tobacco will be rolling In pretty mal organ mandoline violin selections combined with literary productions lively ward In Neither ono of tho celebrated Wil- Â¬ There stood around the third this city about twenty votera as early liams can bo in a very calm framo of as six oclock waiting with eagerness for mind this Monday 8 a m I feel as the time to como to open the polls much for their good sympathetic wives This shows that the people are stirred Flag day was generally celebrated up as never before in their lives through the length and breadth of our Gen E H Murray accomran d by fair land and to wine little extent here Mrs Murray their eon Mr Neat Murray Our entbcalaem about spent itself free and daughter Miss Alice left for Bowl Â¬ silver and sound money day ing Green on the 320 train yesterday af- Â¬ I have It from the best authority that ternoon The dava rest at the Gait 1 W Fairleigli will support Bryan on House and a good sleep strengthened account of the Bllver plank in the plat the General greatly Mondays Liula form but the day after Nov 3d he is a irllle Commercial Itepubllcan In all save gold standard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There was several little brown jugs shipped In hero Monday for Tuesdays election Walter Clark who has been in tho West for several months returned hero last week Ezekel Khodes who has been down several mouths with typhoid fever Is able to be out again The lands of tho lato Samuel Davidson deceased are advertised for sale Novem- Â¬ ber 26 on the premises Mrc Allen Murphy Cloverport who has been visiting hero several weeks returned homo last Saturday uxk on tho new Catholic chinch will begin soon They are nt work now get ling out the foundation rock Mr Ellhu Meador who has been con fined to liis home for sometime with fever is able to be out again Jesse Eskrldge and W K Barnes were at Fordsvillo lost Saturday speaking for the Republican party and sound money Mr and Mrs D II Severs and son Bern came up from Henderson yester- Â¬ day and are visiting hero for a few days Itov G AV Overton presiding elder of the Ellzabethtown District was the guest of Mr and Mm V G Babbage lost Sat- Â¬ urday and Sunday Frank Peyton has just begun a now year with Col L Green at tho Falls of hough In the dry goods business Mr Peyton has been at tho Falls twelve years Mrs Claw Ely of St Louis was here last week to seo her mother Mrs V Daniel who hud been quite ill for sever- Â¬ al days Her mother was much Improved Saturday and she returned home Hev Overton presiding elder of this district prachid at tho M E church South last Sunday at II a m to a large congregation He is traveling over the district horseback something uniuual for these days It is not often that nteu like Matthias Miller and Uuclo Billy Withers tike enuiigh interest in polities to take tho stump to spak for uny one But In tho canyoss jupt closed they both mad 3 a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our editor of Miinmuiit and O 12 Bry POWERS ant are hi coining quite eomlmtlvo nnd blows of words urn pawing through the press lit liMnni Ail infinitum Political Found atLait Tho Mitiirg ManaeontroveinleH lire In order every where ger of the Unban Relief Bu so themi iipontlis nf opposite faith hid only in the swim reau Located livery relative I have heiud from with one txceptlon and he In n PruhibltlonlHt - A Brief Tel Is it sound money DemiHiat hut will Dsmruttd in Tenueisco rgrom Sent to tho Chicago Hiipport MiKlnhy except couIhIii lud Footu who will support Palmer and Police by His Father Not one of them ever scratch Biickuer ed the Democratic ticket lit fore What Chicago Nov I Albert D Powers it revolution this old country has under manager rt tho Cuban rellel bureau of gone thts city has been found tic tut uted In J T Ditto was hero bynlngn imjor News of his discovery wa Ttiineweo I lull two or Ity on sound money day telegiaphed to the tliliujo police today three wars of words with him hes a by Col J I Power of OvMiisboro Ky I cant fraullu free silver advocate father of tle mail wlnwo dlwippearaiire Imagine why ho dont advocate matri from Chicago a mouth igo iiiypt lied Btronnly take some sweet Ken mony as alike tin police and the friends of the tucky girl and It t her help spend rome tele Col Power missing uiauigcr of his free silver 1 hope bIio will xpetid gram contained no details of his sous It freely condition or wiinderlngi and dots not The Hon Chauncey M Dtpew has as the city in which he was found Â¬ sorted that no believts in ltl to I he as limit I he disappearance of young Powen serts or what I bitter ho adds to one just at the launching of the amhttlnux girl of sw ett sixteen We were prepared project of the Cuban relit bureau gave or most anything filvolous fioni the rise ton belief ut first that he luul heu gentleman but scarcely thl In what murdered Col J D Powaro father of was purported to be n political epeech the young man Is tho President of the Id make one more and quit Ky Fiist National Bank of OAonsboro October has left us as beHiitlful as a dream Drear November was ushered The Owensboro Mtstengcr of Tuesday in with only a continuation of lovely Bays Ab Powers lias been discovered golden days and yet wo know sho holds Ills kinsman Ed llawes of Union City stem discipline of cold and wet to Ten n met I ltd at that place Sunday and foretell winter with hollow eyes and Invlttd him to his home but Ab who Is I lovo rainy days 1 love evidently ley beard demented disappeared Mr winter snow and Ice all have n charm II awes telegraphed these facts to the forme these days full to exert unfortunate joung mutts athei Col Our young friend Uobt II Green now D Powers of thts city mid at Col Pow of 1 onlsvllle but formerly of this place Chlpmnii of the eis n quest Mr W will ho married Wednesday Nov 11th Internal revenue cilice left Sunday nltiht to Miss Callie Cropper of the same city for Union City to bring Ab homo Li Love at Walnut street Baptist church ter Mr llnwes wired that Ab had been makes tho world go round and to our located at Humholt Tenn it short dis Â¬ young friends it is of ccurse whirling tance from Union City audit Is confi now at a rapid rate Wo hope thu same dently expected that Mr Chlpmiin will true puro sentiment may ever pervade find him there and bring him home to- Â¬ their lives and warm congiatulatlous are day or tomorrow extended from ltubts old homo My cousins picture Dr J II Alexand PERSONAL er President of tho Kentucky Gun Club graces tho art supplement of Sundays Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ OLOVRRPORT KY Tutfs Pills mmmssm k A b A 5 SASV4 i AAA A l i MVfV hVakW l4 4aV afT rWcf Cure All Liver ijooildit IllSo tion sottml slt ip1 i fine appotitramt a ripe oltl are sumo of thu results of the uso A CLGAR HHAD m rJMWl ranft Election is wmmmMimtK rafTirari itJ MAICK mmtjr Jl jQslV l 07 Now That the ai Over of Tutts Liver IMIls A siulu dose will convince you of their wonderful effects ami virtue A Known Fact An absolutu cure for sick head Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases UP YOUR MINI Tlntl the only llilng t to bring you out again Ih to IhU our Store get Home of the money Having ImrgaliiH In MIJNS W15AR LA 11 US W1JAR YOUTHS WliAR IrlciHtliiit hiivu initio our Clothing mid lurnlnliliig Pepaitmeiit Fvery thinking peinou who wiiiiIh iiiuoiiH lu the hint wet k to iiuike a dollar go a long way to do Uh full pur- eluiHliig power jolt htlng It to uh penult mi to iiinko your travel along lifee load a pleatmiti by helping you along Tutts Liver Pills LYONIA Anothergxid rain Friday Mm M at HiIh writ lug A 11 lit Utirk Ih quite AVishWc Had a Phonograph To take down all that 111 jl iii YX iX Wright went to Fordsvllle yet Ih pretty terday Ih mild In our Cloak Department about WnipH It would ho one coutluiiouHiitreani of pralncH I Im no wonder all the ladlea lire HolutereHted In that the depiirtiiieiit Mls lleltle Stout tdilnglcH MIhh very ill with the there Ih ntylo and beiutty economy ulmi -- Flora Keown spent ttoiirduy night with yourHcrlbo It Ih whlnpered thete Ih to he n wed ding In the near future fe Xj Habics Coo For Them - v i Wastkii A good Indiistroim gill to TIiiiIh what they do could they talk they would want a Vent like we have ho waim mid eouifoitahlo for baby they keep oil coIiIm prevent nlekueHH fiom Hiiddeu change of weather Hotil iiiIhh seeing them do hnuxework 1 lnt Itiitk Mr Nlck Mercer of Meliinli W 1m vIm itlng bin uncle 0 Mi reur Jo are ipilto huny Hhavlug lohiiHou hoopH which miikea tlineN a liltlu lively Â¬ Mlm Dora llack ia very 111 at UiIh writing Wo hope or herHpeedy neov ery J Courier and It Is a splendid plctuieofn handsomo man George Maddeus face adorns tho page as n man to ho votd for on Nov ld hut It dots not do our once Brandenburg boy justice for ho was then and la yet qulto an Apollo Adonis I dont know what his chances aro for election Savoyard is a great political writer lie gives you items fragments truths every time that count Henco when ho tells you tho facts in thu case about Da vid B Hill and Cleveland you can de If that letter pend upon hfs version had been answered in person that Mr Cleveland penned to Mr Hill in 1HST this terrible agitation so says Savoyard might have been settled as well as the tariir David B Hill needs decapitating with Interference from anybody if this assertion can bo p oven Sound money day was O K othtr items are on hand now and election news is uppermost and paramount to every- Â¬ thing else under the inn I am truly and devoutly thankful the campaign ImH closed and no matter which nominee is elected I do think ptuyirful people should feel that thu Huleref the uti verto has interceded and His subjects here submit believing theres wisdom in it Hither Hide will die hard the list throes will he fearful hut death must come to ouo aspiring tank Tills is the hiygist fall for Hue bahlcs Gieat In the history of our little town interest over and always centers about the advent of a baby Theres a new lit- Â¬ tle Miss at my neighbors Mr and Mrs JelT Ditto No I but just as sweet and just aa welcome as it ever should be Down at our young friends Mr and Mrs Blautho AllenV a ilrtt born a boy is chronicled There are cmotlonshke primary ones tie first sweetheart u hoys first watch tho flist tin e he votes Ac Just 0 our first baby is thu baby of all babies Tho last baby tho strange to say all in declining yturs Halloween was tho ilrat autumn holiday after tchool had opened and fortu nately it came on Saturday making a grand chaocu for fun and frolic as there were no lessons to study It Is a mystic day and one on which to foretell future events We of this enlightened age do all the not believe In forecasts but same the day is just as entertaining to young folks Our English children and friends aro particularly lond of many Halloween games but on last Saturday night our Brandenburg girla and boys turned out emnasse to vie with across the pond folks in celebrating tho mystic Fantastic proto quo cos Â¬ weird night tumes were donned masks black faces In short anything to dlfgulso Nearly every house In town received a call from thecroftd which wound up by sitting on the church steps to await him or her who was supposed to be his or her part ner for all future time Up to this hour I am not advised who had a peep or who Only be la pleased or who Is displeased thankful the futuie Is shrouded In ob- Â¬ scurity ami to meet it bravely Is all any one can do Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11illKa Clmrllo Un t nrnt fi HlRiliiiiiott I la In Ihs cl y AlfClutk KrliKy C I M of OwnWi Huinlny mm In tlis i lly Cornwall en mo ilunn from Imilivlllo mJay Jim Umn of tllomtotno wits In the city Saiuntay John ltnnfrow Huti1ur Seringa wm In tho city Siimliy W K llnrnoa of II inllnaburg wji In llie city Muiiilay Jntnea Miller of IliirJIniliiirrf nn In Ilia oily MotiUy Scott Morion liua mnvml Irmn Huck VhId In Tar Iork Ky I II llornilun nt Trvtiirflvn In tlio Mllllgim mid Kiiunett lliiynic of Herbert wrro elieiilatliig among frlumlH Siiiuhiy Mr Itobeit MelVrian and Al lm llelle lliltlur of the lliteNvllle vicinity nllind ed f crviiTH Hundiiy Mih Sirnli MorrlMou uiid three diiugh tern of near IVIIylllo united IhelrNi Ivt m with the llnptiat church hint Sunday 11 II VlekeiH recelvtdit new lot of diy goodH WcdiioHday toino mil and eeo thniii and you will he euro to buy I A Miller and daughter Mlm llul lie of I lei hurt attended church Sumliy V mid dliitd with Mr and Mih V 1 mm WJW W mmmmmmmirmmmw t yTVrVtvvyVyyriirtVtVI WV W vuyitytt TV-T - doing to Itiitlly then come lo uteriiH mid Fun VackiUH I S B V TT T V WSJ ZJo trsm4vzim tu m mi 3i- - m um statu v u tt uh for i Iilgl lluiitlug m A Novor fotKit ittiil uhvnyH miiioiii Thut will pay you to nmiiiiiiior hor Unit wo ciury llin InrKift Kloclc nntl Kteittimt variety in llriintloiilniiK Alwnytt ruwtivliiK nnw full ntyleri hooiIh H POINTERS lood J5 pi woi ill Ml iiiillly JrihH gliighiiiuii le le oily Thursday Iyoii Huv SinionH of Mil Ililort McUnvuok nttunloi tlila city Sunday Jntnea spend th Juiltfo Dpi left church In ltvliHt county tilled winter Mil lait week fur Arkansas In In thu appointment of lira Yelner here hint Siiudiiy niid preached n Hpleiidld eerinoii GEN ELI MURRAY Will Be Brought to Kentucky Feared to Pie It ti The jiolitluil fever nigeH hlgli In thin you nt i un How thankful we ought to community 00 do miinH white dreHH hlilrtn nt IHe of Hulls llolloio he that a IreMdfiil Ih not elected every wna in tho city Mumlay lot heavy duck coiiIh Themi coiiIh am year for If Bitch whh the ciiho I am Mire woith 4 fO hut will mdl them at tho Waller lllelol nml llnmlileton llihhnjjo many u mother mid child would miller went to HenJoMiirt Bnnunlay low price of IISu K W Klerett nml John MuAilnms of for It Hci inn that men forget everything only tho coining election How often Iliiweaville weto In tuwntliurailiy Ottr tlothiiiK lopiiitintMil in full tifitll hiuihoiih clioico gooilH nntl itl and Ituulicn Miller of oh how olteti I do you hear the exprexH Cunningham Owen tlio lowoht pofnilii prlcoH Kill capiiit mid jiuKotH nt rock liottoiit prlcuH What IHIichI imirkul prioo lliirillnalurK wore In tho city irhlay loon llov Ih the nhctlouV jiuld for your drloil fruit viol clilokoiiH fuiitliirM hIiow him gold or free nllver In your coin Miss Allleno Murrny nflor it visit m rolu rii hiivu itlHo lulilou n now jrocory lopiirtiiinnl livo uh it opjH etc tltes In lluiJ muurK hua nturnoJ homo iiiuuityV and etc And then hIiiiIh iiii Ilia am Vnwrll Mr 0nr llohler with argument if they are on oppxllloii ajunt ii fW hours with lata mother Hulunlay which will IiihI for hoiiio tliini Vou can llfthlfXit Miller who lias I ein In llnuvitlo hear them i oiiteud for their jmity null IIUANDKNIIUUC KV l for iuer inonlha ruuriiol In thin tlly they expt cli d toreielvo rioiutt great r urJuy hi ht In return And tho reward limy ark llnrilln apont Hiinility In ward Mr unit Mrs BOOK EEErillO OllOnWIAUD TELEOnArilY rEHMAUaUIP ETO receive Ih thin that iitlther eiiiidldiitii for Holts ittbia with hli intents Mr an J Mrs Vlre Ilrcllii Irihldeiicy In twenty iiilnutcH after the MUses llinn ami Klli llitmly nf Union election would foiiiliMcuil to nliiiko Star wum Dm guests of Mr unit Mrs K A IiiiuiIh with the porr country people and Kiasaw Vr Juy htill they will iilmoht go cmzy over the loorgu Short ilrnvo to falls doslroH to bottor bin or hor condition in life nhotild write for Mr and Mrs coming election II there wan uh iiiik Ii Who nf Itougi to utteml the bur at of Miss lannlo tho Oatnloguo of tho Intercht iiuiiilfebted lu Having the hoiiIh lootter hems Ih lu elecliig a Irenl- nf men hh there Mr 0 P lliuh iiiUiuster of tho LouisNo 4 Ml Tllllll MTUMIJT LOUIMVIMdJ KV bt Ioul H It spent deiitthla would bu a much In Ut r world ville Ihu trson Kundy here with Mr f J l rry to live in more pence and happing Alf Itrlmrila of Oweuahorn caiue MP flun- - ehed iihroud over our hind And moth iIlv rnrmtii In llnrillnaburif lis ants iAfler em would not have to grieve over an act the slco in hs will lomto nt UuloatoVn hlmlliir to the one that occurred hint Sat iod grunt urday in it Cloverport miloou NOW IN CHARGE thut the day will como when not one can Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com- bu found upon the face of thu earth For It Ihu certain fact that they cmihIi pany Begin Business This mitiiy it heart and u perftct hoiiI dthtroy Morning er Young men remember the polHon ohm Horpetil thut lurltH within thu glumi LouUtlllo Nov J --The IouUvIlle TnHtu not leant Hh llrey tongue diotroy eth your hoiiI forever and criinh a moth Tobacco Warehouio comjiany this morn ing took charge of the twelve ware urH heurt who lovtn you dearly houses which belong to thut combine and to morrow thu nates will begin Hows Thii under the new auspices Tho change We offer Onellundnd Dolliirn Kuwnrd was without Incident and the old em Â¬ for uny eamt of Ciilurrh that can tut be ployes are running thu hniiser Hurt cured by IIbIIh Catarrh Jure ufter all the business of the company F J Oil KNKV CO PropH Toledo 0 will be transacted at the central olllce We the tiuderiilgued have known F J --51 at Twelfth and Malnbut otherwise there Cheney for the loot fifteen yearn and besflKv- HK5S4 WWWTfc wiJ will be no chaugo in the manner of run- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable In all Ijiim ning the warehouses Iiicm tiuuitaclloiu and lliianclally able to The regular monthly meeting of the carry out any ohllgatloun made by their Â¬ Tobacco exchange was held tills morn- firm I3STX5 ing and It was thought probable that Went A Truax Wholtcale DiugglntTole SAWS of All Kinds the matter of reducing fees would come do O A Marvin Wahllng Klnnau up at this meeting Nothing win done Wholeaile Druggie Toledo 01 lo Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Huwt a however Thu matter may be left to in taken Internal- Â¬ a IlallH Catarrh Cure ami future meeting of the exchaugo or may ly attltg dlrkclly upon the blood and Kvery Faw HurranUd Kvery Paw tinted by iteuiii before It Iciivch thu shop officers be decided Independently by the muertii ttirfaucM of the rtyrteiii 1rleu Workiiiunihlp the very beit of tho combine 70c per bottle Kdd by all Driiggfutu IrlccB tower than any hoj In Aiueitca We want Fun that other kIiom lutvw Ttntiiiionlalii free fallrd on to prove our nklll u Haw repuln rn Mark your mine on Pawn and ntnd o repHlm wanted Addri M of advice is l umyrt t a letter ruUaman Kl ih WANIKI k a la fimi s vunialM a aiMiltlika I THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS Rockport Ind ivuti wpirtunllr dirila nf SuuUy unit MniiJny Mrs M or iron Fountain llirilliuliurj wn thoolty Vi pen blench cotton Tout fin Li lied cniiifortH our price only Wc oil piii hliiiikelii take them liii I lllirHSt IOUlHHOIIpfH II pint tin en h hi I lot ehlldreii hIioih hi h 5 n 7 ill IOj lo pen uleo heavy cinlou II uiiml on Ti pair iiiimih J an piuilii odtt I lot elothiH hruhliiH woitli iii at On I lot hall hruHheHiit IIIj I lot Wool dreHH goodn woitli Jllr at IPc I th Hit at fie el II lonler cotton woitli lie at pen bent blue fullest in th le ill See our fancy plidd drenn goodH nt Ifm nml m A full nln halehet KM Sunny yum high colom only no 1mnuield handled cuity eomli Tie lot of ImlliH nliotii all klndn ami hImh Home woi Ih iJ I Ml I 00 tour choice I flu I lot of hidltH button hIioch only thfho I it i worth your eholeo kIch tiSu ii I1M uilr iiiiiiih IiooIh Wo will Hell 1 1 1 GEO YEAKEL CO 1 Â¬ BRYAWT 6l STRATTON n5S2KTO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Ti a Rockport Saw Works IBOOKPOBT Straightening Specialty Repairs Hammering DELICATE KN tic tirnr IJAIIIASIJ IlKIININO CO triy News reached the city Sunday of the dangerous condition cf Gt n E II Mur ray a former citizen of Owentboro but now living in California On Murray has Ilrlghta dhteue of tho kidney and It Is thought cannot turvlvo any great A private letter to one W S Bowntr Miuri W V Bow Mr and Mrn 3Iason McMonlgle came length of time Mlis AdJU FelU o AIIUo Mart spat up from Owensboro lat week on a sad of his rtUtivea lu thhi city sUUtl that uoiy afttrntMB with MUi KU Hllr laiaaion to bury their little babe by the be being brought back to Kentucky MtrJIstiurg Howling Green pre dona babe Oar and will o Uken to side of thtir other Mr Nral reoldr Mr nl tw Osorj Botl where 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