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Digital page images are linked to the text file. zzzezuujxzlJZ - lMBglEg3gBHgBS UikMMatf nrtltTP VOL XXI BREOKENHIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11 -- N 1896 A NO 17 Gift AROUND THE WORLD QUICKLY Scheme of a French Inventor for the Worlds Fair of 1000 What new montroBlty could bo desired for the year WOO which would make the Kiffel tower and tho Ferris wheel seem inBignlilcant The answer Is ready so tho French papers tell us in the idea of a mechanician M Horgel Conrt to build a gigantic rphoru which shall be exactly as may be counteifelt the earth accord ing to u writer iu Scribners On its surface all the countries of the globe the cities mountains seas nud Â¬ Stately Its Design RARE BEAUTY OF VICTORIAS BUILD- Â¬ THE JOURNALS ADVICF Forget Rancors of Polities and tle Down to Bniiness New Yoik Nov 4 of the election Set- Â¬ OUR NEXT PRESIDENT - Magnificent The Journal says MRSCUMMINGS GIVES A PALACE TO THE UNFORTUNATE NEW PARLIAMENT INGS fSn Rooms asElaboraloly ed Appoint- Â¬ as Any on the Continont tho British Columbian A LoQislaturo Will Moot Princo George of Wales Will Dodicato the Structure The new parliament bnlhiiugsof Brit ish Columbin tlint hnvo for threo years past been gradually rising under tho hands of skilled workmen nro now rapidly ncariug completion nud no visitor to Victorin can fail to appreciate tho dignity and beauty of tho structure When told that tho design materials and labor nro all homo productions and that tho total cost of tho imposing pilo will not exceed 1000000 appreciation is mergod into nmnzomont for nover in tho history of tho American continont has a public building of such solidity beauty and Bcope boon erected for any Â¬ thing like tho money It is expected that tho last finishing touches will bo given during tho next fow months and that Princo Georgo of Wales son of tho heir apparent to tho throne of Britain will formally opeit tho buildings on his ro turn from Australia during tho latter part of tho present winter From n distance tho glimpso obtained through tho trees of tho soft grey sand Â¬ stone walls brought into beautiful ef- Â¬ fects of light nud shade by tho suns rays appeals strongly to tho artistic sense and n noarer view docs not disappoint Tho building throughout is in exquisite harmony although it cannot bo described as of any particular stylo It is a blending togothor of various Ro manesque nnd classic features and some even approaching Gothic into ono de This sounds rather incongruous sign but thrt originality of tho design is in the harmonizing of theso apparently discordant features to prodnco an effeot of unison each fcaturu being subordinated to tho general effect The main nutlina of tho building is classic tho grand cntrauco emphasized with tho great dome forming tho lead- Â¬ ing motif of tho design nud marking the approach to tho logitdntivo hall On cither sido of this central fcaturo is n pavilion containing ofllccs joined to tho central portion by a low building designed ns much as possible to rescm bio a colonnade Two soparato wings aro again connected with open colon nudes forming tho general npproach to the offices Tho wholo effect of tho building concentrates on tho central part of tho design nud hero thn greatest richness of outlino uud ornument has been Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bestowed Tho longth of tho central building is 288 feet with n maximum depth of 200 feet nnd with tho calocnndcs nud sido wings ndded tho length of tiie facado is COO feet Tho buildings cover n ground area of 5000 squaro yards oriuoro than nu ncro whilo tho grent dome to tho top of tho colossal copper flguio of Cap tain Georgo Vnncouvcr which sur mounts it is over 1C0 foot iu height from tho ground floor Generally tho building docs not de pend for effect upon decoration but on tho outlino nud on tho contrasting of tho solid walls and ranges of wndows tho high price of skilled labor uud tho hard ness of tho stono precluding costly moldings and carvings Tho surface decorations of tho walls hrvo boon obtained by tho combination cf tho rough faced stone aud tho obisolcd work tho peculiar beauty of tho Haddington is land stono helping this effect giving a constant play of light nud Bhndo with a distinct audchurmiugrsut entirely its Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The people have chosen Mf j Instead of Mr Bryan to be president Nobody has n right to object for the peoples right is sovereign It Is the high privilege ot tho citzens of tills re- Â¬ public to decide for themselves what is good for them and when they happen to bo wrong they always havo the good sense to suffer the const quenco with patience knowing that at tho ballot box they can set things straight again The Journal regrets the decision of the peope We have advocated the election of Mr Bryan In tho belief that bemetallism would be betterforthe coun- Â¬ try than monometallism nnd for thn reason that in our judgement which lias not been altered tho trusts and syn Â¬ dicates ri quire checking rather than en- Â¬ couraging By Mckinley b election the money power lias been enormously strengthened Four yi ars however con- Â¬ stitute an insignificant space in the life of a nation and thn United Stat b could bear up under heavier calmiiies than even the unrestrained rule of the trusts durirg the presidential term But the trusts will not be entirely unrestricted The senate will be n check upon the incoming administration as it has been upon Clevelands whose financial policy the president elect is pledged to continue Aud tlipn Msj McKinley seated in the White House and clothed with authority may not be bo submiss Â¬ ive to dictation as Maj Mckinley the candidate has been Ilgli ofllco fre- Â¬ quently produces an elevating affict upWilliam Mc Â¬ on purpose and character Kinley is no novice in Fublic life and his ambition to bo worthy of thistxalted pace may quiet posnibly induce him to take serii inly the promise of the platform to strive for international bimetallism Notwithstanding all his campaign speeches the new president is under none of Wall s1 reels illusions as to the beauty and holiness of the sin Â¬ gle gold standard We have had Republican nsjuranio in plenty throughout the canvass that Maj MeKinleys election would be fol- Â¬ lowed by a fplendid outburst of confi- Â¬ dence in the future from which would result an immediate restoration of national prosperity Let us hope that tho confi lence aud prosperity will be forth- Â¬ coming Indeed better times than we have experienced for the last three years are to be looked for for the capitalistic and employing class has a grett peril and in its joy at the outcome of sho vot- Â¬ ing there will be a loosening of purse stringi and a disposition to fulfill prophecy But that the tatter times tan last long under our vicious nouetiiry system will not be expected by those who take cognizance of others than s ar face causes Thigold standard till hlve four years mora in which to show hjw itoperates io practice If it produces the same fruits between now arid 1300 that it has yielde I hitherto thora will be an irresistaulo uprising against it Tht Journal has no inclination to quarrel with the jury of the people 0e causo of tluir verdict If they have c n Jemned the Democratic propoMls to re monetizi silver it is because tuoy huve not beon sure of its expediency ind have been made doubtful cf its moral ty Further timo is needed to convlneo tb3tn he that it is both expedient nnd right duly of all good citizens now is to ace ui see loyally and quickly in Mr j Met in leys election forget the ranconi nud ex- Â¬ citements of pohticts as soon as possible parting with no convictons but re Â¬ membering that there is a ti uh for all things and settle dowu to businssr The country needs a rest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Authorass and Philanthropist Presents Hor Flno Home the Towers as a Refuge to Worthy Women An Elaborate Scheme of Beneficence f tktxxjlxil PEDAGOGUES jvy s ncccznsrx-iEJ-s- r STILL AT HIS POST BIG TURTLE CAPTURED Tho Teachers Association in the Haidlni burg District a Success Apsociation Mobster Weighed Three Hundred and Fifty Two Pounds New York Has a Switchman Nearly lljngor Mr Commercial Builds Up J he Svstem Louisvillb Ky Oct 20 13HJ Ibe A members of my family have been taking Much moro interest attaches to a rop Hoods Sarnaparilla for some time past rcseutntivo building that is entirely tho and have found it an excellent medliluo production of tho natural conditions and to 1 uild up the system We beliova it resources af tho country iu whioh it is has no qual ns a buildiog up medicine placed nud hero tho British Columbia after serious illness aud it has given me onpltol stands pro oiniuoutly iu the fore- Â¬ strengthened my ground Tho snudstouo grnuito nud mar Â¬ a gool appetite and W II Kitzre C05 Cen- Â¬ whole system ble of which its walls nro formed uboand in tho proviuco aud couio straight from tral St tho quarries Nntivo cedar mnplo nnd Hoods Pima cure all liver ills oak nro combined iu tho interior fur nishings Even tho roof of slate and domo SCHOOL REPORT of copper nro British Columbia mate- Â¬ rials whilo Canadian brnius designed Report of theilardinsburg Collegiate tho imposing pilo and Canadian hands Institute for Second Month executed tho well considered plan Tho nrcliltect is F M Rnttouburg of Van Ending Pot 33 1800 couver He is a nephew of tho famous 139 English architect Richard Mawsou and Whole number enrolled to dato I assisted his uncle in tho building of the Number enrolltd during month great towii hall of Bradford as woll at Average daily attendance 101 iu tho bringing into oxistenco of tho IV r cent of attendance 8- tnodol town of Saltuiro with nil its 1IONOI1 ROLL churohos mills uulvorsitioi nud mar Sixth grade Ellen Stith Ctiaa Scott kota His design for tho British Columbia publia buildings was chosen from Herbert Skllllnan Lewis Ditto among 67 competing sots from nil parts Fifth Grade Louie Heston Maggie of tho world tho judges being two gen Kincheloe Norman Henstey Clara Hestlcxucn eminent iu architecture nnd art ton Jim Lewis Sallie Ueaid Addle K A I Taylor of Moutroal and S G Esktidge Ella Ahl Curry of Toronto Fourth grade Lina Stith Emma Ahl Great caro has boon taken in tho plan Wllla Ahl Ada BeardAnule Kincheloe arrangement of tho departments and ono of the most importaut features of Wilbur McQuffin large buildiugs Broadly tho buildings Eliza Third grade Katie Johnson aro arranged iu threo groups tho center Stith Fred Cox Morris Kincheloe Juor principal building comprising six de dith Df Jermtte Meda Ditto Second grade Martha rarduer Char Â¬ partments bo arranged that whilo each lie McGlIl Issbe Gardner Virginia if the three wings will bo a pcrfeot nud complete building erected independent Hmisley Mary Kennedy First Grade Harry Hoben Wormian of thn others they will when completed M sudor Buttle form a monumental nnd iniprosslvo pile Ditto Pearl Beard Eva Kincheloe Sail Francisco Examiner Primer Grader Mary Muttingly Lallla McGary Everett Mea4or- Parents are urgem send their child- Â¬ Tfctto- ren to bcIiooI reituarly tlalU K Hakmom TH own Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OASVOniA tlfUHM M iitL met Oct 31st at the Ilar All Portland in interested in the capdinsburg Public School building aud was ove- - there ol a monster s a turtle called to order at 10 a m by Supt Brisk ture weighing 302 pounds Turtles are very ell rarely found in northern waters and All teachers not leing present the regular program was not taken up at how this one managed to stray so far nway from homo is n mystery once but some time was spent in an He is c vidontly an old fellow for his meeting in which many experience shell is deeply seamed aud in places is teachers participated the subject of He has nlso covered with bunacles whimpering being pretty well diectiwed done considerable fighting iu his day for After tho miscellaneous remark the Welcome Address was delivered in an nu of his llippura is badly demoralized appropriate manner by 11 C Matthews and then is also a good sized piece of Â¬ which was followed by the Response do shell mis sing from his beak He strenuously r uisted tho efforts to make him a live red in a neat little speech by Cluis captive t nd fought deeperaely Adkisson Early Ii lay morning John Pettiugill Next the important subject of reading u was taken up and well dlsuusecd by who liv snt Cliff Island put off in dory to ml siine lobster pots Whilo Messrs Hay lies Harmon MattliewBMiss he was t litis engaged his attention was Alice Brown and Supt Drlskell attracted by n laige black object only a Supplementary reading seemed to meet with the approval ot all who ex Â¬ slort diftanco away which was slowly pressed themselves and it was clearly moving through the water Mr Pet shown that reading may bo made one of til gill could not imagine what it was tiie most interesting branches if proper but decided to investigate The turtle evidently was hard of hear judgment is exercised in managing the in rand was therefore eHsy to approach classes Mr Association adjourned for noon 1 30 When t io dory was nenr enough Pcttingil poked an oar at him to see if oclock found Supt Driskell in the chair he wuh feeling lively Tiie turtle again The regular program was again taken prompt- showed that ho was for lie seized the blade iu his beak aud crushed up and an interesting talk made on the subject of Penmanship by Prof Harmon it into bits after which he disappeared How manage classes in Rays Third bilow thesuifuco Mr P ttingill waited for lilin to rise Part Arithmetic was well discussed by and then decided to make an attempt to the Superintendent Talks were made by tho Superintendent capture him Ho accordingly nude a J II Pile Robt Weatherford nnd M slip noofo in a strong rope and stealth Â¬ E Avitt on the teaching of definitions ily appioaching the turtle managed to Oral and written spelling was well slide it over one of his flippers The mxt thing was to turn him over presented by Messrs Weatherford Mat on his back but tills proved to be far thews Pile and the Superintendent A carefully prepared paper by Mlbs fmn an easy task A tierce strugge en Maud Smyth on the subject of Language sued foi some minutes between the man aud the turtle iu tho course of which was read by tho Secretary Messrs Pile and Harmon made some the turtle bit u large chunk out of the good suggestions concerning the man Â¬ rail of the dory At last ho becamu ex Â¬ agement of pupils who wish to advance hausted and Mr Pcttinglll succeeded in too fast and those who do not try to ad- Â¬ turning him over and he then towed him ashore vance fast enough The turtle was brought to Portland in After the reading of an excellent se- Â¬ a Hampdou boat and lauded at a lobster lection from tho Southern School by the Superintendent a number of questions sliop whore he was viewed by a large relating to difficulties In the school room and curious crowd during tho afternoon What the eventual disposition of the were asked by teachers and answered by turtle will be is hard to Bay but It is only thu association Several visitors were present and natural to inf r that he will eventually among the visitors were the following find himself In the soup teachers Prof Kerrick J II Pile F A W H Lsukford merchant Laukford Beavin Frank Haynes J O Tucker W Tenn writes Ot Bells A Stith and sister Miss Mnbel and Miss beats any medicinu on uartlt for Alice Brown coughs aud colds The Superintendent would be glad to see every teacher in tho county present An Offer to Mr Bryan at the County Teachers Association Nkw Yohk Nov 4 The following which will be held at the court house on telegram was forwarded to Mr Bryan tothe second Saturday iu November day M E AvtTT Secy New Yoiik Nov 1 1800 -- Hon Will Â¬ You have iam J Bryan Lincoln Neb The burden of labor is constantly being so thoroughly demonstrated your ability lightened by new Inventions but noth Â¬ in tho present campaign that we would ing new has been discovered to brlghteu like to know if you woud accept an ptlor of labor aud make life worth the hours of 25000 a year to manage a law depart living like Simmons Liver Regulator rt does Its tho King of Liver Medicines ment in oh rat ore Sjeukl CpoiKn A Co A Sluggish liver depresses ones spirits Per Heury Siege President and causes languor besides upsetting tho Mr 8leg l laid that it Mr Bryan whole system But Simmons Liver Reg- Â¬ should accept the offer tiie law offices of ulator tones up and strengthenea the the firm probably would boestablished l body in Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ 100 Years Old Ncw York WoilJ By tho side of a tiny switch shed near the New York and Lako Erie railroad freight depct sits every day Patrick Ma lonoy tho oldest railroad switch tender iu the world For more than half a cen tury he lias moved in and out of that box setting nud shifting tho switches for the thousand engines that pass and repas him every day In 1899 Pairick Maloney will bo 100 years old He was born with tho century Ho is now nlnety soveu and able to turn a switch with the bist of them as he proudly says In tho bent figure of this old fellow standing stationary aud immovable amidst the changes of lift one may see epitomized the history of fifty six years In that timo he has seeitlie Now York and Lako Erie road develop from a little double track road with shuttle engines and a run of forty miles to the great system it now is he has seen presidents secreturies aud hoards come and po and live their day and dio and be forgotten but ho has re mained j he has seen Jersey City grow from a little hamltt with six houses to the bustling thriving city of to day You may wonder why it is that I havent lost my brains and that 1 cau turn a switch old as I am he sayt The surest cut to old ago that I know of is to take life as one finds it and dont be ambitious dont be always trying to get ahead of the race If I had cared to he anythiug olso than a switchman I wouldnt be alive and hearty to day and likely to see 100 years before I die I began ns a switchman I was content to be the best watchman on the road thats what they used to call me nnd let others do tho striving and pushing uud crowding And it aint answered so badly after nil Here I am at ninety seven with ndaughtor to look nfter me witli nil I want to eat and drluk aud enough to bury mo Laws its funny to look at that road now he continued aud think of what it was when I first came here Seems to me as if It had turned itself over threo times or mire I was five years up at Pieruiont before they got that tunni through and shifted their elation dowu here Oil John Lord was the first president I worked under nnd a tine man he was but Iihb dead this forty years S O Seymour thy first superintendent too a big fellow as Btood six feet live Incites In his stockings funny to think of lifs being dead and gone too and me left Its funny to think of somo of the things that have happoned while Ive boen sitting here turning them switches How many presidents have there beon I dont know I can remember some Jim Fisk as large as life with his big diamonds a Bwaggering through tho yard with that fellow as afterwards shot him They pointed Ed Stokes out to me one day standing iu the Hoffman liouso when I Wis over In New York The first president I voted for was James K Polk Ive voted the Demo- Â¬ cratic ticket all my life and I aint going back on it this timo Ive lived my life Im hero waiting for the end Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Mrs tho Minnie L dimming wealthy widow and authoress mid noted for her ninny practical schemes of philanthropy lias just Hindu her most not nblo gift to her h ss fortunate sisteM by giving tier palatial residence nt Klboron N J thoTowerp which wus for along timo the summer rcrfldcnco of tho late Embassador Ruuyou to tho Womans Property 1rotectivo league an associa tion founded by her for thu protection of homeless anil unfortunate women of gentle birth nud education who liavo lost their homes nud station iu life through no fault of their own Tho Towers will bo a place whero these wo men niry iesido until they nru iu n position to liecomn bolf supporting or recover property to which they may havo n claim nud huvu been unjustly depiived of To recover this property will nlxo bo ono of the aims of thu association Another purpose of thu Prolectivo leaguu will bo to found other homes ruuIi ns tho Tower will bo They will bo maintained ns private residences and will in no senso ho known as homes of charity Tho Towers is a grand and im Â¬ posing building built upon scnlo of lavish uiigiiilk uiro iu keeping witli tho great wealth of its owner It has 48 rooms nud is surrounded by magnificent How to Ward off an Attack of Crour In speaking of this much dreaded dis ltwu Into this resilience Mrs Cumuiiiigs fnse Mr C M Dixon of Pleasant Uidge who is the president of tho Womans ln said I have a little girl who is trou Â¬ Propeity Protective league with loving bled friciuuntly during the winter UnilncM welcomes nil tlioo who coino When Â¬ within the seopo of the objects of her months with croupy affections ever tho first symptoms occur my wife is oeiation In this homo Mrs Cuuimiiigs not gives her Chamberlains Cough Heinedy only proposes to supply tho members and the result is always prompt and sat- Â¬ with ii rrflucd home hut nlso witli isfactory This remedy is used by clothing in keeping with their refilled thousands of mothers throughout the surroundings Women of nil nges will United Statts also in many foreign counbo ndmittcd Proper marriages Mrs tries and always with perfect success Cummiiigs propo os to encourage nnd sho will oven provido tho trousseaux nud It is only necessary to give itfieely when pay for tho weddings ns well us to in the child becomes hoarse or as soon as sure tho wolf nro of tho novvly married the croupy cough appears and all symptoms of croup will disappear For silo couples Tho chief object that Mrs Cumuilngs at l2 and CO cents per bottle by A K has in view however is to savo for tho Fit her Druggist unprotected woman her homo If fore closed upon for nonpayment of interest A HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE on mortgage or if tho principal of mort gage Lo due or tho lioinii is seized for debt nn fictitious or real claims tho Sylvester Evans Ride from Cheyenno Protective lcngm will pay up such in a Box Car Loaded With Hides claims nnd redeem it and deed it back to itsovvner tnko luiok n mortgage from St Louis Nov I More dead than bur nnd if the revonuo from tho prop alive Sylvester K Kvaus who left erly is only sufficient for thu support Cheyenne nearly a week ago In a box of tho owner or of her family who nro ear was conveyed to the city hospital at dependent upon her thn interest shall 4 oclock Monday morning ho permitted to accumulate until tho His experlt ncu lias been frightful lie owner shall bo in a position to pay If necessary thn mortgage ehnll romniu crawled into n box car nt Cheyenno without being foreclosed during tho lifo Tuesday intending to make his way of thu owner If tho income is not suf- Kost his homo being Erie Pa ficient to provido her with the ncces The car he got into was loaded with aries of existence she shall becomo n hides but Evans who was dead on his guest in thu league homo Hero it mem feet after n long tramp fell into n pro ber will pay for her accommodations If she has no income at all sho will bo found slumber nnd did not vvnko up cared for from tho funds of tho league until ho reached Omaha There ho at tho sumo ns thos3 nblu to contribute tempted to leave tho car but fouud Hometliing toward their suppoit himself iiupiisouul aud side tracked The leagnu will also endeavor to sup lie made frantic efforts to attract at Â¬ ply those of its members who can nud tention aud summon aid by shouting nro willing to work with congenial and hammering the Bide of the car with homo employment Mrs Cumiiiiiigs has been led to this liis hands jut nil to no purpose At step by tho reverses which havo befall- last weak from starvation he fell un en a great many of her friends Notable couecious on n pile of hides and lay among theso is tho widow of thu Into there tillable to move hand or foot while General Custer who is now reduced to the vermin from tho reeking hides poverty crawled all oyer him Mrs Cummiiigs is tho originator of On the arrival of the tialn hero ho tho drawing room theater uud tho first was ditcovered in an unconscious con- Â¬ of acting iu this country It was school dition by n llurlington employe nnd sho who ut tho death of Eliza Novvton whose dead body was threatened with n with difficulty reinovtd to thu city dit paupers burial evolved tho idon of the pensary covered with all manner of Actors fund creeping insscta and presenting a most Mrs Miutiio L Cummiiigs is tho nu loathsome spectacle lly plying him thongs of Power of tho Press and n with stimulants the physicians succeed number or other popular plays Hhu still ed in restoring him to coutclouHiiuss resides nt tho Towers but litis estab Dr Sutter of the city hospital reports lished nu ofllco to butter curry out liur thu mail iu a serious condition but plans Now York Journal thinks he has u chance for recovery DR WATSONS STORY Do you go to bed to sleep Of course An American TmuUt fllwit III Iilen of you do I Then if theres any cioup or blow Old Jcrmuliiii whooping cough among your children At n gathering iu Now Haven Dr administer Dr Uohs told n story Maclnren Ian Watson about his trip to tho Holy Lund to Breckenridge County Teachers Asso- Â¬ which lie had been looking forward for ciation n number of years with plousurablo anticipation As ho was iicari ig tho center of his The county teachers association will toric 1iilostinu he met nu Amorican bo held in the Court Homo at Hardius who was making nil husto to get away After a few greetings such as two Eng burg Saturday Nov l 1890 lrotfnim lish speaking men meeting in n foroign Ai kIjiIi country might exchange the American TrachiiiB vi thsuther Irofestlonr How Conduct clauai In Arithmetic J C Tuilor asked Dr Wutfon where ho was going Tho rieaiurcs and Null Tcuchlnjf was tho reply To Jerusalem Jeru Trot a salem I exclaimed thu American iu Dilutlrg and literary work Iu lublic Sihoub Lofi Yon dont tones uf unfeigned disgust how conduct it and duly ol leather want to go there Ive just como nwny trof Kurlck Its n slow town Why thoro isnt a How conduct wcik In Ptlmaiy Judf Geoiga Cray dally nowspapor in tho wholo pluco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rivers are to be represented with faith- Â¬ ful configuration while the interior is to bo devoted to representations of thu physical characteristics and civilizations mapped on tho surface natives trees animals minerals manufacturing prod ucts building etc In each country the travelers eye will meet with only the objects indigenous to that land Tim journey about the structure is to le undo by means of elevators and electric rallwajs The round tour of the globe Is scheduled to occupy eighty minutes an irresistible figure to a roiupatrlot of Juhs Verne Starting from Paris tho tourists are conveyed by trainto Geneva and thence by tunnels to the different countries of Europe the east America Australia anil Africa completing their globe trot iu petto by a return to Paris whioh occuphsthe highist point of thu sphere and supports a great figure of the French republic Tills porti n ous remiudur o our geography classes is to be nearly MX feet in diameter or roughly as largo ns the original and mote inconvenient earth The plan is to set the globe on a frame which will bring tho extreme height to nearly MX feet an Imposing nntural monster it should be Owetibborn Messenger Unl ed we potato which 1 ami HU Trcteut A West Wardsboio Vt man has a llli liut tiiuy Sund divided fall J II file NinntcJ Gitoi weighs i nu npplo measuring 13 inches in circuuifcreiieo nud u colt woigliiug ouuco pounds nnd 1105 pounds Aud that man was born Without u shirt to his back Hooaao Valley News i Teachers Thtlr Need MlltCoVo Educational pycb ligy end ill realion to the uUicchooli Piot HobeiU Iartlclplie eld tnAnilitct Itcf Ilamon Hnwuach Cl8 Oovernmtnt In tho lublic Schooli c Caibnun Ilia Ieoenl to be derived iron a Congttu lonalAuoclatitn Hciklnion When the children wake up u the night coughing one dose of Dr Hells is al thats needed Adjrurrncnt All teachers of the county pre Invited to attend andu In making the meet Â¬ ing a fruccsM Andrew Diiikell Pres Jll - S THE BRBlOKINmDQBL Breckenridge fas D NE1WS OLOVmBLFORT KY Stop Talking Politics and attend to Business News and Proprietors 11 THE ISSUE An Interesting- - Correspondence tween two Brothers Be-Â¬ 4 V 0 Btbligt EdlUri WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1890 Thin Pale Children One satisfaction in giving Scotts Emulsion to children is they never object to it The fact is they soon become fond of it Another satisfaction is because it will make them plump and give them growth It should be and prosperity given to all children who are too thin or too pale It does not make them over fat but plump It strengthens the digestive organs and the nervesand furÂ¬ nishes material for rich blood We have a book telling you more on the subject Sent free for the asking SCOTT BOWNC New York The Election Is Over Saeiorlptlon Pilot CI 00 Isar In Adrtioii IIP aid at the Eid of the Tsar S12S SIX PAGES KLECTIOX AFTERTHOUGHT McKlnloy ho dono lectcd An I win dat beaver hat En day take good note Er de white man vote Hut whar is de nigger at IIol dat beaver hat An answer answer dat I McKinley he dono Mecled Now whar is de nigger at McKinley ho done Mected De cat done kotch le rat An cash dey say Is freo cz day lint whar is de nigger at 7 IIol dat beaver lint An answer answer dat McKinley he dono lected Now whar is de nigger at Stanton in Atlanta Constitution 1 Mn Nov 0 IStK LomniiBO Ky On Saturday last I received the following card from my brother J M Hardin of Brandenburg Ky If you can span space iu your valuablo paper I rsk it to reply to same Followirg s the card Ky 11 7 Brandbniiuo I feel that it is my duty as a brother to oder a few words of consolation to jou and brother Sam Robertson Now if this will not do I am willing and ready to co mo and stay with jou until you both feel able to at least sit up I won d not eat any heavy diets You should live mostly on tea and crackers a little chicken soup would do you no liaitn after a few days It ad nothing but sound doctrine burn all literature that pertainB to anarchy Confidence has once more been restored car works iron mills and in fact everything has re- Â¬ vived I notice where 1100 commercial men left Chicago yesterday with their grips packed with goods The good people have said they do not want fteo sil- Â¬ ver Hoping you will get along alright and not relapse Your Bro Editor ll Carpets Factory Price 9 7- 5Tie lor AT FAOTORZ IP HjntU imtljr carved of qualltrel polished Kren Furniture s- Etc II TW Yv -- A Hal Factory Price 50- 0- CBS m H rak Mhlr Factory Price 15 50 hillanimd livel wi h large mlr llandiome Antique Oik Drteiter neatly carytd has three roortiy drawers and urge beveled plate mirror B1 vlL E Factory Price 110- 0Helroom Sulic solid oak hand carved dresser has large bevel plate mirror Â¬ Sidebrard quartered oik hand carved 4 If el lore hat a bevel m rrrr and drawer vi Ivetlinid fir ill- - virware J M Hardin Factory Price 75c High back dlne s antique oik nlctly caived brace arm anl caneteit Faotory Price 9 00 Pillar Kxttnslon Tablet of quartcted oak nl ely poll bed fluted legs op 4x4 lect closed and xg fett Ofen fen 1 spm SM Dear Bro This is In answer to your card of the 7th inst I desire to say at tho outset that there lives not on tho FI earth to day a single man who more Gkn Buckner only got thirty seven earnest and sincerely appreciates true genuine hearfelt sympathy than I but votes in his own county such sympathy as you extend is not ap- Â¬ There are already a dozen applicants preciated nor admired nor yet even desired for it is very easy indeed to read for the Cloverport poat oflice enough between tho lines to know that The only question about this confi- Â¬ it was Intended in the same brutal over- Â¬ dence business is will the proper owners bearing spirit which moves some men to kick an antagonist after he already has get it him down u Faotory Prlco 50- 0Chiffonier rolid Oak neatly 5 RnrunucANs elected twenty nine out I shall not attempt to conceal the fact of thirty four of the congressmen in New that the result of tho late election while no great surprise to mo is a sore disapYork pointment 1 caro not for myself only Let us hope that the confidence and so far as I am one that helps to make up prosperity which has been assured us in the population o the United States but the election of McKinley will now come my sympathies are aroused for tho labor Â¬ and come speedily ing producing classes of people iu this American Republic who must now for To read President Clevelands Thanks- Â¬ four more years at least endure the giving proclamation ono would never blighting effects of a gold standard 1 think for a moment that that gentleman am confident you will scofT at this but ever went fishing on Sunday it is my honest conviction aud besides I beg you to lemember about come people Mi ISryan has written a letter to the who onte went to the church of God to public in which lie declares that while scoff anil those same people remained to lie has been defeated the Issues he pray I sincerely hope jouwill keip a fought for will still survive and grow close watch on events as they happen iu the next four years aud if you are net much stronger four years hence too full of pattizin prejudice I fear you That priuce of bolters W U IUlreck are beyond redemption I am sure you enridgo was gloriously defeated in the will see enough to convince you that no seventh district Mr Settle will now permanent prosperity will come to the draw the salary which Breckenridge great common people of the United tried to obtain by selling out his political States until the British gold standard now being pursued is overthrown and principles an independent American financial pol- Â¬ EvEnYTiiiNa is not lovely at the icy such as is outlined in the late Popu- Â¬ NcKinley homestead especially with list and Democratic platforms instituted Mrs McKinley There is not a sprig ot instead grass left in her front yard nor a fence You scoff now but if you are honest picket to bo seen The road to the and patriotic you will remain to pray White House is not strewn with roses if jou have an idea that the free silver as you gold standard people heresy Muik Hanna is going right ahead or- Â¬ who understand better how to apply ganizing for sound money and Gus vile epithets to us than you do how to HicharuVons going right along organizing answer our arguments are pleased to We suggest to both of call it is dead or even dying you were for free silver these distinguished leaders that the war never more mistaken in jour life This in over and the people now want pros is its first battle and when cveiything is perity Weve had enough agitation considered it made a brave aud excellent light It is a just cause aud as such Kentucky goes for McKinley The must triumph for you kuow a great poet lulmer and Buckner combination was a hos said fcver tho right comes upper means to that end From the beginning most and over is justice dono Our the Indianapolis ticket was made up to cause is one which appeals to the minds Very few of the of those who think and to tho hearts of help defeat Bryan Boltociats voted for their ticket They those who feol while tho gold Btaudard took the Republican ticket straight The when rightly understood appeals only to imestion is now what will they do next those people who love mouey better than they do tho rest of mankind McKinley hasnt much to be jubilant Your few words of consolation do not over after all when it is known that console for there can bo no consolation 25000 votes divided out among certain to a truo silver convert when the fact States would have given tho election to that every form of coercion intimidation Mr Bryan For instance a change of bribery money without limit a subsi Â¬ only 251 votes in Kentucky would have dised daily presi and every trick and given tho Stato to Mr Bryan And artifice that could be hatched in the what is truo of Kentucky will hold good brains of tho shrewd and designing men in several other States who had not tho love or welfare of their country at heart the present gold stand Ik the sound money Democrats of this ard policy is permitted to be enthroned State want to come back to the old ship yet a while longer and during that time well see to it that not a word is spoken will still further depress all true business about their past conduct And if our and agrlclturo interests You say read young friend Bush wants to come down nothing but sound doctrine I am sure here and make a speech and tell us how you are giving mo advice you havo not it was done Daye Murray shant open followed yourself else you would not be his mouth We are not mad but have to day a supporter of the St Lous plat Â¬ the kindliest feeling toward our fellow form on which McKinley was elected wanderers from the faith Should I follow your next instruction to burn all literature that pertains to The majority of the good people of Anarchy I should thereby destroy eyery this country have said by their votes possible chance ot ever being converted that they believe that the gold standard to tho gold standard for in no news We like every papers and among no literature have I is best for this country patriotic citizen should do submit to found anything supporting Anarchy or the will of tho majority If it proves a eyon drifting iu that direction save in blessing ami brings universal prosperity those papers and among that literature to this country we are glad of it The which advocated the gold standard dec prosperity of tho whole peoplo is what trine we want and what we have been fighting Here again I can read your meauiug for Now let the good work go on and between the lines and I see that you youll never hear a kick from us havo adopted the stock argument of your party that of villlfying und abusing us The result of the election in this coun- Â¬ which is not argument at all and ai I ty shows a decided gain for tho Demo- Â¬ said in the first part of this letter are crats In tho county race two years ago resorted to only because you are utterly the Republicans won the county by up Â¬ unable to answer our arguments Let wards of threo hundred This year the me say to you that the doctriuo 1 have majority for McKlnloy is less than ono read and shall continue to read has hundred Tho Presidential race always SDme been sound and good and some brines out a full voto and surely the Re- Â¬ unsound and bad for I have read both publicans are aware that they have noth Â¬ sides but I have been able to call out ing certain in this county The fact is and adopt only that which is sound and in a local race tho chances are that their good and the oilier which I dls ticket would be defeated The Demo Â¬ carded you havo taken up and adopted crats have good reasons to feel encourag- Â¬ ed from the showing made on the 3d of November By another year if the pre Â¬ sent organization is kept up the entire ticket can bo elected In making up that ticket there are many things to be conAND ITS CUHH TO THE EDITOR i I hive in bntiito sidered It should be done quietly and remedy for Consumption Uy its timely use above all things agreeably to the entile thousands of hopeless cases have been already party Let us make no blunders in mak permanently cured So proof positive am I ing up our local ticket What we want of its power that I consider It my duty to next you is harmony and victory will stud two hi I Its frti to those of your readsrj who Bronchial or be assured Let tho Democrats therefore Lung have ConsumptionTliroat write me tlielr Trouble if they will courage from the remits of the can express and postofllce address Sincerely take yum Just closed and kep up their party T A SL0CUM M C IS Pearl St Ttevt Tork The EJItorUI and Btuloow Mumtal of organ ition Me Id Uiuuantee tbit gareas IrvtHMlUua Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I now come to a part of your card which realy amuses me beeauso it exÂ¬ poses sucli downright ignorance on your part as to the real state of affairs in this country ot this time You say Confidence has once more been restored During this whole campaign you peoplo and your press havo made use of such meaningless aud mystifying phrases as sound money loss of confidence Â¬ carved lirgc drawen h iVIT T 1 Factory Price 1300 Chiffonier aclid oak 5 - draw enand btvel inliror r ja ltju issj -- Factory Price 1000 i Combination -- rvrdli bock case and writlngdeik In tulld oak und mahogany finish large bevel lib Factory Price 650 Enameled Iron iJedf extended foot rall brass knoba and spindles Factory Price 145- 06 ft 4 In long and seat 31 In wld upholstered In fintst grades of velours no twine or webbing used every couch guaranteed Factory Price 200 ceo handsome high back Cobbler Iho Famous Hjgicnlc Couch trrn dola shape ful spring edge head an honest dollar etc tc and when antique oak and mahogany finish nicely carved frames In lest Itockets called on to explain your meaning you have either been dumb as an oyster or your answers were still more mystifying than the expressions tin mselves Con Â¬ You fidence in what has betn restored knowing use the t xpression like a man but to save your life you cant tell lou further say Car shops iron mills iu fact everything lias revived You mem to be more deenlv interested in the welfare of a few car shops and iron mills of reiinsylvauia and New York than you hre in ihi prosperity of the farmers of your own county and SeeiMANUFACTURERS AGENTS JEFFERSON STREET THROUGH 10 UREEN AVE Ret FOURTH AND FIFTH STS 200 MILES 9 LOUISVILLE FROM LOUISVILLE KY n State and the Unitid HattB Have you heard of a bight r price be ing paid for a single bushel of whiat a sirgle bushel of corn n single bushel ot potatoes or a single pound of tobacco cotton or pork since tlm eltction than was piid before V Certainly not nnd yet you extravagantly txcahn every Â¬ thing has revivtd These car shops and iion mills to which you point as a proof of returning prosperity are only the oms which closed down a wtik or two beforo election day iu order to cotrce their employees into voting for McKinley They closed and raid to their nun if Bryan is elected you need not return to woik but if McKinley is eltctrd you may return to work ns soon as the fact is ascertained Those poor ignorant working men who had been compelled to woik so hard that they had no time to read or study politics and knew little or nothing about the great issue involved thought of nothing uuuneir Hungry wives una little ones and perhaps thought their employers meant what they siid and so the act had the desired effect and they voted as their employers wished them to voto You noticed where 1200 commercial men lift Chicago yesterday with their grips packed with goods Now really this is such sidy twaddle that I beg par Â¬ don for noticing it Of course they left Chicago They wire all residents of that city aud hail gone homo to exercito their right of tuff rage having done so and taken a day of nst they went forth again to their work The good people havo said they do not want free silver and by their votes they have expressed their belief that re Â¬ lief will come through tho policy proposed to be pursued by the Bepublican party No man will welcome such re lief ttieu if comes more heartily than I and while I do not txpect it if the gold standard policy is pursued I hope I may be mistaken I shall certainly watch very closely coming events and will givo credit where credit is duo I havo written a much longer letter than I intended Let mo say in conclusion that I believe and earnestly believe thut no permanent prosperity will ever come to the great common people of the United States until we havo the freo coin ago of both silver and gold nt the present legal ratio of 10 to This will be the Ibsuo iu 1000 and that greatest grandest man in America today Win J Bryan will lead tho people in a gnat victory I am your brother A M Hahdin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 T MOORE CO Z52MEa ing at the residence of Mr Charley Mil- Â¬ ler Sr Rev S K Breeding cfuciating The m arr ago ceremony took place at Pasener Di Uy 801KQ I1BT four oclock after which the young Passenger Daily arr Uardlaibnrg Ti3u am couple and a number pf friends went to the residence of the grooms father HARDINSBURG where a supper bad been prepared for them The bride had a number of valu- Â¬ Tlie Bryan buttons are gradually disÂ¬ able presents sent in by her friends in the neighborhood Mr Charley Miller appearing presented them with a years subscription Mr and Mrs A X Kincheloe are in to the Kentucky Methodist Louisville tlits week No sooner does tho news of the elec- Â¬ Uj ron Cart left last Saturday to visit tion of McKinley reach us than thero liisliome near Union Scar are a number of applicants for tho post Mrs Owen Cunningham left last Sat- Â¬ ollice here Tho applicants announced family near urday to visit lit r fathers so far are John P Haswell Sr Charley Chenault Heston Marcus Kincheloe aud Charley Richard Skillman Jr was lu ro last Mattingly Joe Cox the present in Â¬ week from Grayson county vieiting his cumbent says he is ready to Btep out father Mr It S Skillman whenever they name his succeisor but Mr E Stone Ed Beard and Thomas there isnt any probability that there Bowmer Louisville were here to cast will by any change under a year Mr Cox is making a good officer and there is their vote on the day of the election The sixteentli of November is Arbor nopiobabillty that any change will be day It is suppoped it will bo generally made for sometime yet observed by the schools in the county The count of the vote went on last Miss Jeesie Sthull who has been visit Â¬ Friday without attracting any special ing her Bister Mrs Frank Haswell re- Â¬ notice It was rumored on the day turned to her home in Ohio county last before that the Democrats would ask Saturday that they be permitted to have a repre Â¬ Uncle Jimmy Ganey who has been at sentative prisant as there was consider- Â¬ the county poor housa for several dajs able stir over tlie returns from the Hud ielt there last week aud n turned to the Eonville precinct but as these oflkeis could do nothing more than certify to Fals of Rough Allen Dean of Oivensboro has filed a the figures as they found them the petition in the Circuit Court asking Democrats concluded that it wouldnt be that tho assignment of J D B eler be worth while to make any objection bi fore them So the count from the Hud settled in the tribunal sonvilhi precinct with about thirty moro Judge Morcer and Milton Board were for McKinley than wes in the precinct at Ellzabethtown last week attending was allowed to Bland the trial of Mr Jesw Board who charg- Â¬ ed there with liousburning Hows This Julian Brown is running t vo stores at Gleudeaue He will take charge of one We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward of them there himself and the other for any case ofCatairh that can njt be will be continued iu cliargo of Alex by Halls Catarrh Cure Wtst His store at this place will uso cured F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O ho contiuned by Lewis Jarboe We tho undersigned have known F J Tho Womans Foreign Missionary So- Â¬ Cheney for the last fifteen years nnd be Â¬ ciety will hold a public meeting at the lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus M E church South in the afternoon of iness transactions and financially able to Thanksgiving day Mrs V G Babbage carry out any obligations made by their will preside Au interesting program firm wilt be arranged for the occasion West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole Jim Matthews a very respectable do O Walding Kinnan Marvin colored man of this place is thought to Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio be losing his mind The doctors havo Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ been watching his actions for tomitlme ly acting directly upon the blood and and it is their opinion that he may have mucous surfaces of the system Price to go to the aiylum Matthews Is a brick 7Sc per bottle Sold by all Druggists iajer by trade and has alwajs stood well Testimonials free among his colored frit ndp who will ngret to learn of his misfortune Louisville Tobaooo Market The following are a list of marriage license issued last week R L Oelze to Louisville Ky Nov Oth Breckin Â¬ Miss Maude Willis Peyton Madison to Miss Cordia Carman Win Cundltf to ridge Newty The tobacco market for the Miss Anuio MufTett Ezra T Carman to past two weeks has been better until Miss Julia A Arms James T Candle Friday 30tb since which time business to Miss Julia Wardrip F J May to Mies has given place to politics Sales begin Sarah M Ilamman Henry Uaynep to again tomorrow By agreement all the warehouses re Â¬ Mies lit ckle Houcben Zennlo O Frank to Misa Bettle A Wlllspn and Ben duced the selling fees to f 160 instead of 12 00 on all tobacco received after Nov Dunn to Miss Laura J Craig 1800 jtr nuie O Frank and Miss Buttle Ut Ollerlm this week 1042 hhds reject Wilson were married Thursday even- - Ions G O hhds receipts 1011 hhds It is still Impossible to make any quo- Â¬ tations on new tobacco only UJhhds hav Â¬ ing been sold mostly Irregular and mxed packages Ucelptsaro very light and stocks of For Infant and Children tobacco on I and continues to dt crease Thero Is probably not over 8000 hhds of unsold burley in the market boa raw We quote the market m follows for VMftfM old tobacco i L H W TIME TABLE - soma viii arr llardlDtburg1233 pm WILDER HAEDIN Dentists Dr P R WILDER of Louisville Will bo at Dr J on the 4th M Hardins office in Brandenburg Ky Monday and Tuesday of every month following Wed- rjesday and Thursday at Irvington and will De jre nared to all kinds of Dental Work by the latest im Teeth positively extracted without pain by tho use of proved methods Artificial teeth of different grades and prices A O and Vitalized Air Our prices will bo found reasonable and to Buit tho times Gold filling Appointments bridge work gold and porcelain crowns a specialty made by writing to DR J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky KssSsft The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn tho Floors of Bed roome 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 Over 10000 havo been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 260 PER DAY W Scott Miller- Jr Manager - PUNCTUROID JRlW f fl lilrll III II Mends Punctured Tires While You Ride nnd KEEPS THEM MENDED No Walking Home No taking out of valves Guaranteed not to injure tires One treatment Insures your tires against leaks for a year Can containing enough Tuncturold for two tires For Sale by Bicycle Dealers or sent postpaid to any address on receipt of Price 100 CHELSEA MASS A cough which persists day after day should not bo neglected any longt r It means something more than a mere local irritatiou aud the sooner it is relieved tho better Take Ayers Cherry Pecto- Â¬ ral It is prompt to ret and cure to euro Puncturoid DUDLEY Mfg dark 1U 1 1 Co Mey Haminan Â¬ onsaifion f Â¬ Mr J Fred May and Miss S trail M Hamraan were nurried Thura lay morning Nov 5 1800 at tho home of the bride Rev Donald Giant performed the cor emony The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr Michael ilamman who Is the well known furniture dealer of this city and throughout tho county The groom Is a proiulnentyoung man nnd holds a lucrative position on the L Hl iSht Louis It It After the ceremony tliey I in mediately look tlie WM c clock West hound train for Henderson St Louis Mo und Wichita Kins Upon tlie arrival at tlie att r place they will remain a few wiekf with his relatives lhey will return ami inake thisclty their Hih News wMies the future litiniH newly wddd toujilti prosperity and happluets Smuke la coming out of hit tho la go mills and manufuctorlts uojy Com Good Com Med Good Trash red 12 colory 21 3 lugs lugs leaf leaf leaf Fine A 31 5 45 68 8 12 select 12 10 23 35 5J 8 58 8 10 10 13 16 25 1 IKi 23 36 58 Co Attention Farmers I am now in the Yours truly W B Tute Mrs F J Misa Grade day Mlsa guest for the Ferry and her daughter went to Louisville Satur Â¬ Mannie White was their trip market and will pay top prices for all good Tobacco crops JAMES B PACE W KBAR NKS lt baddfajr Into womanhood Dtrtloptaent low eye dulld fact plmpltd complex ttonnllpw Mini la back and aide and conttanU tired Mojt trying and cttttcat tlsio of life for both mother and daughter Regulate and treagthen the delicate organs which should perform the natural Tunctlona of womanhood Daring years Winter smiths Buchu tun never raited in cwteg the ill of girlhood at thla critical time All drufgUta and merchants Arthur Peter Co LouUvUle Ky Gaat Agents DAUGHTERS WOMANHOOD WINTERSMITHS u Jr CASTORIA IARNES AH KINCIIEIOK KINCHELOE ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIARDINSBURO Collections and enforcement special attention KY of Uens given BUCHU flLrtr AJKfiiiW MMkMHMM THE BRROKRNRIDGR NRWS GLOYRRPORT kVw NEWS NOVEMBER 111800 in tlio sliuo flian Bryan Governor dough whoso election was considered doubtful is certainly elected Tho latest information from tho two Dakota shows that North Dakota is very sure for McKinloy oud tho proba Â¬ bility that South Dakota will bo found in tho samo column although tho result is closo BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY Official Vote of Breckenridge County I Preside I K rriTpCTnD1t Good Is essential to health Every nook and corner of tho MKinley Elected The Returns From PRECINCTS Tho Republicans claim Wyoming nnd Washington but tho probabilities Bccnis Prosidontial Eloction ugalnst them iu both states Oregon bus gone for McKinloy and Colorado as expected has given Bryan a heavy plu 1 Show That McKinlev Has Swnnt rality and Adams has without a doubt been elected governor The interest in tho election in tho stato centered iu tho The Country stato tickets of which thero wcro sov cral representing in a great variety of interests Tho Houso and Senato Havo a Full Idaho Montana Utah nnd Nevada havo all gono for Bryan by heavy maRepublican Majority jorities NJL- California has on tho strength of tho returns at hand undoubtedly gono for THE NEXT HOUSE OF CONGRESS McKinloy tho city of San Francisco giving him a plurality of 0917 Ono half of tho outsido precincts show a Chicago Nov 0 TI10 returns from Democratic gain of 41 voted showing incomplete that tho Democratic reliance upon tho tho cntiro country tilthou heavy support of the rural districts was Bomo state uro of 11 ntituro to insure not entirely warranted tho election of McKinloy A sufficient Delaware where the Republican party number of stocn litis declared for tho has been rent iu twain becauso of the Republican party to mrtko certain 203 Addicks Higgius fight has kopt in tho votes in tho electoral collego for its Republican column Tho voto for tho leader Tho states whoso votes aro suro Republican electors has been unusually large showiug that tho factional dispute for him aro as follows California 0 Connecticut 0 Dela did not extend in any great mcasuro to Indiana 1G Iowa tho national ticket aro 3 J Illinois 2 Tho voto of Maryland has shown an 0 Maryland C Massachu 13 Maine interesting reversal from that of the setts 16 Michigan 14 Minnesota 0 last presidential eloction Cleveland Now Hampshire 4 Now Jersoy 10 carried the stato by a plurality of 21130 and this year MeKinley has a plurality Now York 30 North Dakota 3 Ohio 23 Oregon 3 Pennsylvania 33 J Rhode of slightly over 21000 iu tho city of Baltimore alone Island 4 J South Dakota 4 j Vermont 4 J NEXT HOUSE OF CONGRESS West Virginia 0 und Wisconsin 12 It lollllonl Complexion in Made Up From 203 Total the Lntest Klrctlon Return Tho returns fihow sonic interesting Washington Nov 0 A tablo pro features and in soino respects havo been pared by tho Associated Press from the a surprise to tho leaders of both po- latest telegraphic returns shows the litical parties Tho Now England states election of 201 Republicans to the next havo as was expected given heavy houso 124 Democrats 19 Populists pluralities for MeKinley without ex- - fusionists und Independents a number Tho Republican ticket was which perhaps should bo slightly in lception successful in Massachusetts beyond creased as a few of thoso classified Demindependent leanings what was claimed for it by tho most ocrats havo aro iu doubt and no Somo at prophet of Ropublican suc- tempt districts mado to include Washenthusiastic has been cess ington nnd South Dakota and threo New York and Pennsylvania vied districts in Texas in tho list owing to with each other for tho largest plurality tho meager and conflicting returns and the lgurcs at hand do not indicate Washington has probably gono Demo- Â¬ which one of them has surpassed the cratic or Independent on congressmen Tho list of states is as follows other Each stato has given tho Repub Alabama 7 Democrats 1 Populist and 2500000 and Independent Eighth district doubt ul lican candidato between Arkansas 0 Democrats To theso states Illinois is a 280000 California 2 Democrats 3 Republigood third in its plurality for tho win ning candidate If tho percentage of cans 2 Populists probable and Independ- Â¬ Colorado 2 Populists gain over tho presidential election of ent Â¬ 1892 that has so far boon shown continConnecticut 4 Republicans Delaware 1 Democrat ues to the end it will give a plurality of Florida 2 Democrats not far from 175000 Georgia 11 Democrats In tho gubernatorial raco Altgcld has Idaho 1 Populist and Independent been badly defeated but is not buried Illinois 5 Democrats 10 Republicans Third district doubtful bo deep nnd Ls probably about 00000 Indiana 4 Democrats 8 Republicans ahead of tho Democratic national ticket Iowa 11 Republicans Thero has been evidently u large voto Kansas 1 Democrat 2 Republicans cast throughout tho stato for MeKinley 5 fusion and Populists Koutueky 7 Democrats 4 Republicand Altgcld In Indiana if any of tho rules for es- Â¬ ans Louisiana 6 Democrats 1 Repubtimating tho voto of a fctato which pre lican vious to tho present election held good Maiuo 4 Republicans Marylaud 0 Republicans aro still to bo relied upon thero is no Massachusetts 1 Democrat 12 Repubjustification for tho Democratic claims licans of having carried tho state If the ratio Michigan 2 Democrats 10 Republicof Republican gain continues to tho end ans Minnesota 7 Republicans of tho count MeKinley will havo ap- Â¬ Mississippi 7 Democrats proximately 20000 plurality iu tho 3 Republic 12 Democruts Missouri Btato ans - as far as can bo 1 scon from Populist and ludepend- In IowaMontana tho returns at present tho Republican cut Nebraska 4 Democrats 3 Repub- plurality has been very largo not far Ileum either way from 75000 Nevada 1 Populist and Independent Ohio which has all along been Now Mexico 1 Democrat Now Hampshire 2 Republicans claimed by Chairman Jones as a stato New Jersey 8 Republicans in which Bryan would push McKinloy Now York 5 Democrats 29 Repubvery closo has given tho Republican licans North Carolina 2 Democrats 2 Re candidate an overwhelming plurality Iu Michigan tho election has resulted publicans fi Populists and Indjpondint North Dakota 1 Republican in a very heavy reduced vote for the Ohio 5 Democrats eome endorsed by Ropublican ticket Tho freo silver pa Populists 14 Republicans Third and pers of Detroit concede tho stato to Me Â¬ Twelfth districts doubtful Oregon 2 Republicans Tho Lost previous Kinley by 25000 3 Democrats 27 Re- Â¬ Pennsylvania voto in the stato was in 1895 when publicans Moore tho Republican candidato for Rhode Island 2 Republican South Carolina 0 Democrat justice of tho supremo court had a South Dakota returns incomplete plurality of 71187 over McGrath his Tennessee 0 Democrats 3 Republic Â¬ Democratic rival ans Teuth district doubtful West Virginia is confidently claimed Texas 10 Democrats Fourth Sovonth by tho Republicans and the chairman and Tenth districts incomplete Utah 1 Populist and Independent of the Democratic state central commit Wyoming 1 Domocrat tee has conceded tho state to McKinloy Vermont 2 Republicans Tonnessoo presents somo of tho inter Virginia 8 Democrats 2 Republicans Washington unreported esting features of tho campaign Pat- Â¬ ii West Virginia 4 Republicans terson the gold Domocratio candidate u Wisconsin 10 Republicans for congress iu tho city of Memphis is and neck with his oppo running neck MKINLEYSPOLICY nent and tho official count will bo nec Â¬ Mark llanos Tells What the President- essary to decide botwoen them The Klect It Going to Do elate at largo is claimed by both parties New Youk Nov 0 Tho World this and becauso of tho length of tho ticket morning says Mark Hanna gavo The World tho the returns aro coming in bo slow that neither side feel justified in claiming following outline of what ho under Â¬ tho electoral voto with any confidence stood to bo Prcsidcut oloct MoKluleys North Carolina is claimed by both general policy 41 I have had but comparatively brief rties but as iu Tennessee tho returns conversations with Major MeKinley aro very slow and no definite conclu- sinco his election Next week I expect sion is possiblo at present to meet him at Oloveland and as he has had time to think over matters I South Carolina Georgia Mississippi Alabama and Louisiana aro all for Bry presume he will have more details than at present awaro of Hut this and by about tho normal Democratic ma- Â¬ lam I know ho feels that ho owes much jorities niueli to tho patriotic Democrats who Tho Virginia electors will without prefer principle to strict parties In was question bo for Bryau but thoy will bo diana for iustauco fusion unquestion by Demo ably carried against elected by a reducod voto cratio votes The Republicans have abandoned all Ho recognizes the very great serv hopo of Texas and tho stato is conceded ice performed by Domocratio and inde Â¬ to liryuu Tho tusion between the Pop- Â¬ pendent newspapers during the cam ulists and tho Republicans iu tills stato paign Major MeKinley will endeavor to did not provo a success seo collected a great national party that not Â¬ will give prosperity to tho country He Nebraska has gone for Bryan withstanding tho Republican claims expects and hopes that men of all shades united but Kansas has as yet said practically of former political belief will besome of I liavo nothing Tho returns show Democratic to tliis end influentialtalked with Demoof tho old the most gains iu somo districts and theso are cratic leaders and I am glad to say they ofTsot by Republican gains iu other aro in accord with Major MoKluleys parts of the stato Both parties claim hopes The first movement he will mako tho state but the few scattering returns will be to obtain guflloient revenue to that are in so far are of so indefinite a conduct the government Further is Â¬ character as to mako any claims no mat Â¬ sues of bonds would be altogether too Business prosperity and ter by whom made of a very uucertalu dangerous stability demand that as mw as possible character the government should bo on a paying Wisconsin ls sure for the Ropublican basis To this end an extra iwiion of congress will bo necessary and Presi column by an enormous plurality Minnesota which was regarded as dent MoKiuley will undoubtedly call inauguration doubtful by both parties Has surprised oiie soon after his be required to secure Legislation will everybody by the alie of its RejwUUoan the nectsvsary revenue and Mr Mo plurality and McKinly will have apt Kinky will do everything iu his power proximately 8Q0OO to 40000 wore vots to seourait a well as Uw leail estab- - Tuosdays mt lltirdlnshuig No 11 11 1 e Si 3 1 1 l s- - ill i if 212 117 St K a S n 2 1 a Clntcrpnit No 11 IM 21B 203 1 ml ifJ 121 120 63 1IH 131 naU 131 105 12 202 lull 67 01 135 74 871 4 8 fi 4 Â¬ illiown i f P7 fti 2 II fi lH 13 118 181 107 41 1US Mephensporl Union Slur Mootrytf le ll wleyville Iltg Spring H9 129 201 on 0 Wehser tv m 51 18 I 3 4 Is 12 13 1 101 is 110 1661 3 47 147 17 131 17 71 8 Ml 6K 0 12 ci Custer Hudson te McUanlels Clletariwe llrck Vols Majority 0 0 A 132 163 120 l I im 122 1121 0 S 3 2 61 I 20 Off 165 I SOO it U system is reached by tho blood and on us quality Uiecomlltlonof ovory organ depends Good blood means strong nerves good digestion robust health Impure blood means scrofuls dyspop8larheuma tiam catarrh or othor diseases Tho surest way to havo good blood is to take Hoods Barsaparilla This mcdlcino purlfi vi Â¬ talizes and enriches tho blood and sends the elements of health and strength to every nerve organ and tissue It creates a good appetite gives refreshing sleep and cures that tired feeling Remember JPr in tins Blood I f m m m -- - - 1 4 l Nothing adds to nny ones business liko good print- Â¬ m ing In 83 4 I I Â¬ Ion I 2174 72 2202 43 22171ttS72iV 41 110 81 10 Kji 1 Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UBiimcr policy vmcn win tena to BRANDENBURG nut everybody at work In all this ho hopes and expects that ho will bo backed by patriotic men regardless of party lines Altgeld was swept with tl e tidal wave As for myself I am not after any Mrs J L Mnlln lias returned to Vino ofllco and will endeavor to attend to privato business affairs which need my Grove personal supervision Drear November is here Wo realized Asked what Democrats of noto ho had talked with on tho Bubject of tho future it Sunday Mr Hauna said Mrs G II Casuoike ppent several I do not wish tonamo them all but I may mention Messrs W O Whitney days in l oulsvlllo last week and Abram S Hewitt as examples The Messenger was right T W Iewls never carried a precinct in Meade MRBRYANSFUfURE Musical and literary program at M E lie Will IloToto Ilia Time to the Ailtocacy church Friday night by Epworth Leagua of lllmetnlliaui Lincoln Nov 0 Mr Bryan has re Â¬ G II Casperko has not doffed his sil- Â¬ plied to somo of the offers of employ- Â¬ ver hat He will wear renew etc till ment at high salaries which ho received 1100 linco election day declining them on Mbcb Mattlo and Mabel Shacklett at- Â¬ the ground tliat ho desires to bo freo to tlovoto a largo portion of his time in tho tended the Brandenburg Nonnal Literary future to tho advocacy of bimetallism Friday night Ho said in reply to questions that he President Clevelaud has issued his hod not arranged the details of his plans but that ho would outer upon no Thanksgiving proclamation November lino of work which would iuterfero Thursday 26th with his main purpose He has agreed The man in Sevcuth District I hope to address a public meeting iu Denver at an early day but beyond this ho has is snowed under anybody but another mado no engagements for the imme- Â¬ blot on Kentucky diate future Bro Pate preached last Sunday morn- Â¬ CLEVELAND AND MKINLEY ing and night We all like him and his They Will Mri l at the Vow York Chamber family ever bo imnh of Commerce Dinner Quito a number of our young people Tho 123th an Â¬ Nkw Youk Nov com- Â¬ attended the mite last Saturday night nual dinner of the chamber of merce at Dclmouicos on Nov 17 will at Mr John Lewis Henrys bo 0110 of tho mast memorable in tho en Charlie Moremen Jr went to Evans tire history of that venerable body Tho ville last Saturday night to engage in sound money triumph has communi- business till the Buckeye State comes cated a degree of outhusiasm to mer out chants only comparable with tho great D W Fairlelgh lost his flret Demo victories of war Tho banquet will bo notablo for tho array of distinguished cratic vote Itoll up your sleeves David guests who will bo in attendance and help Found money Democrats talk Among theo aro Prehident Cleveland down MeKinley tariff and his cabinet and President and Vice His Honor Chaptro Wathen had no President eect McKinloy and Hobart An invitation has been sent to ex idea the Fossils would do anything President Harrison but it is not known Mr Walhon neednt send me now tho whether he can accept it Governor Thank you Morton will bo there together with definition of Anarchist Governor elect Black and tho man who The mw chill cure Dr Bolls Pepper Â¬ The engineered it all Mark Hauua list of speakers will include some of tho mint Chill Tonic looks better tastes most prominent orators in tho country better acts better and is better than any other All dealers guarantee it to cure ALABAMAS NEXT SENATOR Mr B yan can take hie choice Wash- Â¬ Threo Men Striving Ior the Coveted ington City or Chicago He no doubt lrlie Montgomery Ala Nov 9 The will chojst the latter aud Malt till 1100 general assembly of Alabama will con for anotner chance at the forinor abiding veno wi next Tuesday Tho first two place weeks will bo dovwted chiefly to tho Dont anybody ever worry because election of a senator to succeed Senator Bomeboiy criticises or gofsips about Pugh Governor Oates Congressman Only the great Baukhcad and General E W Pettus you E Hereon Bays Do right circum- ore the candidates and thoy aro show Â¬ ar misunderstood ing about equal strength WXl bc ibe your actlona to please no one Four fifths of tho legislature were Pirate yourself elected as Democrats and moro than Dr D O Pusoy and Mr R II Nevltt two thirds of them are silver advocates Pughs successor will therefore probably wore so sincerely and bo conscientiously bo a silver man Oates entertains mod Â¬ fofree diver that drfeatcamo hard but erate silver views tho other candidates they an fdr conservative loyal gentle aro cuthusiats mm an- - ate for peaco now and free silver iu Uu future Personal A man being nominated on the an- Â¬ Free 01 pnge medical reference book niversary of the battle of Waterloo dont to any person nilllcted with any special chronic or delicate diBeaae peculiar to count for much The waves that beat Address the leading phy upon the lonely shores of St Helenaetc their sex niaDs and Burgeons of the United States Bounded very pretty figuratively and Co 70 Dearborn street pceticaliy but Btern reality came in for a Dr Hathaway Blare Chicago Mrs J W Richardson and Miss Jen Two Men uml nllor Killed Hardin had a pleasant trip to Ilrtcken Wkllsviixe N Y Nov 0 Two rilgo county last week and aho to Mrs men and a boy who were stealing a ride Mumfords The message from Breckon on an Erie car loaded with iron piping riJge was received and I am always glad wcro instamly killed Saturday night by to welcome a friend especially one who the jairing of tho car by a switch en und tho shifting of the pipes One knew my hutbaud gino of tho men was identified as Dick Allen I see my old f lend Mrs Kittle Hern a negro of Boston and tho boy as don Sterrett is in from her Wt stern homo Harry Baker of Athens Pa Tho third She boy that of a largo negro romains un to Bee relatheu in Breckenridge A coroners inquest was was a dear sweet congenial friend and I identified held and tho Erio company hold blame Â¬ would love to meet her once more in less the flesh How fondly the heart clings Herman Hark Iot to the friends of our youth I Queiicc Nov 0 A privato cablo an Â¬ On Thutsday night there will be a nounces tho loss at sea of tho German Each bark of Georgo Liuck Captain Varsoloo pound party at the Parsonage which sailed from Quebec Oct 2 for one oi the female persuasion will take a Grimsby with a cargo of timber and pound of sewed carpet rags The gallant deals The crow were rescued and aro cavulieis will take a pound each of edi- Â¬ on the ship General Jordan bound for bles A social evening will be enjoyed Loudon with the minister and his family ou the luclih Coot Gulr Fon Rhodes and June Brown ran for London Nov 0 A sovero galo pre vailed ou tho English coast on Saturday marshal Fon is our marshal again night and thero wero many wrecks ac Â¬ The most unique feature of the race was companied by exciting lifeboat and P V Grinnell being put out by some rocket rescues Republican friends the day before the election This column rejoices exceed Â¬ THEMARKETS Itetluw of the Grain aud Utcatock Mar Â¬ ingly that he was buried deep and that went clear his Republican irlends ket for November 0 back 011 him Amen I and Amen t JltLlnirc Catlo P liil 4 43 W good butchThe social ball for the fall and winter uml co vk J Hlidt UJ Inilu tnrf er irlmo light 43 S3 started to rolling laat Monday night at a lUutd bu IIuk U bU Heavy 13 6 uJJ 06 common to fmr most delightful cotillion party given at Hieip hxtru Hi 4023 6J 13 5J33 Ji the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs OG good fJ Mdii Ml common f 1 764 23 hpriug liuuui fl SSdil 60 veul calviu Moremen Evening drees lowers bril- Â¬ JJ BUtto 23 liant lights and entrancing inusia mado CluclunatL the evening even merrier tban the pro- Â¬ Coni 2027c Cat Whoiit o4i83D llo Bolcetett butcher 3 032i 10 fair to verbial marriage bell and an eyttnlog at 50 common 1 5 uuilliim Mrs Mori mens means genuine pleas Â¬ bi Hog jsoledtud nnd tniiuo butcher ure KJ 45433 30 pnoklnv W MJQJ 40 common to lougU f2 68 26 Shee- p- I 7383 25 The literary society last Friday iiight lamb n vOitfl 23 was largely attended and It was the best Chicago tflbrt yet made by tbe pupils In a literary 3 2083 6 Selected butcbom Hog Cattle Poor tu and musical line Charlie and Llunio mixed U J3tB 6 J OOdB 26 others f 0J chohM olMoremen played on mandolin and guitar cmr i 83 T6ui3 Vaud bull JII7623u32323 tiluoo and wtre calltdback heartily Mr Bur t 1 Iambi ton and Mr Hardtsty deserve great New York praise for this feature of the school Cittl v tf 8V3 Ul dlieoot 00JJ lniurli 7 wta Ui This campaign will long live is my Ky memory It liaa revlvi d the happylong Sprlp Oeo L Allen Clear long pust inmyheartby eoRiiaunleaUoiis writes that tie Is confident Sutherlands Pal ye saved his eyes from go Â¬ from some 1 have not urea or heaid from Eagle Eye odd years The Nxws was the ing out It is the greatest rttnedy oh for thirty sore eyes medium through which the ties were earth for aay and all kladto And as muse tbe Are rt awakened granulated lid etc 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 oru Is the best Hoods Job Printing Sarsaparilla FillS In fact the One True Blood rurlner nOOQ S cure Liver Ills easy to take easy to operate 25c m m m m m m fia3 - 1 burns anew on memorys hearth stone We aro soiry to hear of our dear old Wo aro tho Leaders Send friend Mr Frank Dittos continued your orders to ua next time Â¬ feeble health Somo of tho very hap Our prices and work aro piest momenta of my life havo bn n spent under his hospitable roof wli onho guaranteed and that lovely beautiful mother of hln children were in the prime of life and the latch string was alnays on the out- Â¬ side Why Buffer witli Coughs Colds and LaQrippe when Laxative BhomoQuinink will cure you iu ono day DoeB not pro-Â¬ duce tho ringing iu tho head like Sul- Â¬ phate of Quinine Put up In tablets convenient for taking Guaranteed to euro Price 25 Cents or money refunded For sale by A R Fisher Another ouco upon a time Branden burg boy Is blissfully happy SD Brown of Frankfort Gov Bradleys ftut chamactively into every avenue of business pion Sam and I are nearer together and whoop things up Prosperity politically than ever before He wore confidence Let everybody aid in re- Â¬ the blue But all letter till cards all storing it telegrams were cordially welcomed They all Bee this dear old paper I canOfficial Vote of Meade County C not answer all my life is a busy one Eletors For Congrrs Palmer and Buckners vote was light ES throughout the country It will fall C 23 Demot2 51 Z E short of Weaver in 1892 Evry IKKCINCTS 32 a a crat who voted the Republican ticket C was actuated by a high aeuBo of honor C aud devotion to principle But here is 122 101 117 Cinutlivllle one that would never have left the nom I mil 45 YVfxxlarut nu ini IOC Court lluuse inees that represented her principles Ahcrattg in iu 17 KU 2 121 lti hpnnR Leulollle Hendersan SI Louis RyCo A telegram of congratulations came IV m in 1CJ iuton 1 Iff riyntntille to me and old Ken from New York City tu 47 CtOir ancli tucky from that enlhiieir stic banker WutCrrel iu 41 1211 U Ci ncordir Wi W 12U 6 By tho way Mr Sinjun cousin of mine was Totil L D Alexanders brother-in-laM 1519 781 1391 122 Taking Effect 612 733 AIJ rlty right in the thickest of the fray Mr 22 1895 At 600 oclck A U Snndaji 2f Slnjuu says the next four years oupht Mr Hanna Wut Bound Traini Katl Bound Train single gold standard in amply to lest tho New Yoik Sun tho United States and he believes the 41 To the unequalled organizer amazng 41 4l Mall A party in power will be quick to abaudon political General and eupereminent non KxprU Mall A Kiprt STATIONS Kxpri Expr it if upon tudlcient proof it is a failure pnitisan Mr Mark A Hanna of CleveDally Dtlly Dally Dally Now that trouble brewing betweeti land Ohio this nation owes this morn- Â¬ 6 3Unn 7 6tSam lvUan pCar 12 45ptu g 00pm 7 48 Kentucky bt 12 SO 6 46 8U7 Logan Carlisle aud Senator itlaukbtirn is ing the profouudeut gratitude 8 45 7 20 Wcit Point 1158am 710 Highly certainly moat unfortunate Nut because he had the wit to pick out 7 21 11 tO 8 48 Howard 717 6 59 1141 Wlllowdale 7 857 BarA duel honored Kentuckluns a winner in tho Republican ranks and 7 32 6 51 1135 9 04 38 Kock Haven 12 6 47 Long Branch 1127 barous Dark ages Logan Carlisle is the loyalty and energy to put his candi Â¬ 7 45 6 9 22 llrandcnburg 1118 755 11 W too young a man to have spoken diare date through Not because he organized 8 04 6 32 Kkron 931 1100 6 24 9 40 813 Guiton spectfully of Senator Blackburn who has for victory with a scientific precision 8 20 10 51 6 16 9 49 irvington 10 42 6 03 9 67 Webster vhl h hai no parallel in the history of 8 24 his faults but I like Jo Blackburn rx 1033 1007 8 37 5l Idiburg cept his freo silver views impetuous Presidential campaigns Notbeiause he 845 1015 1026 Pierce 518 10 20 5 43 Saulple 8 60 nothing if not dramatic big hearteddoes conducted the busineFss iu hand with a 8 58 102 6 36 Stephentport 1011 1028 10 06 5 31 Addison 1033 9 02 wrong aud then is so Borry for it Rery iiiiio tthness like to that of the oil of Luc- Â¬ 1003 5 211 1035 906 Holt 9 50 but warm I admire J G Carlisle but ca a vigilance that uegltctedno corner 918 10 4 Cloverport 57 9 46 10 51 Shops 9 22 514 hes too phlegmatic too cold to Btir the or y plaee in the vast territory over 9 33 1102 5 03 935 Sklllman 43 9 44 925 Ilawcsville U12 fires of enthusiasm except when it Aliich his eyes Btvept like searchlights 4 16 917 1120 Pctrle 952 comes to gold standaid 4 10 and a magnanimity which kept his soul 958 1125 911 Falcon 9 02 4 31 Lew I sport 1008 1135 4 25 8 65 Unfortunate mnrriages have occurred anrilll d and his bruin effective under 1015 Waltman 1142 8 46 Powcra Â¬ 416 10 25 116Um ever since Adam aud Eve were mated personal abuse the most vicious and bru- 10 38 12Ulpm 8 34 Patea 4 06 tal perhaps which any man holding his 10 48 8 25 Owensboro 3 55 1215 Misfit alliances will exist till time shall 12 2H 3 14 814 Mattlngly 1100 8 09 cease to be Comments and I told you poit ban ever had to encounter 1231 3 39 11 05 Griffith 8 05 3 36 1234 Stanley Tim Be are matters of degree and in 1108 so and Ihey fcay never did and never 12 40 Worthington 768 3 30 1115 Heads 7 51 3 23 1247 1123 A lesson is to be theso matters Mr Hanna differs in dewill help matters 1131pm 1264 Spottiville 7 43 316 each und every unhappy gree only from other able and successful 1138pir 100 learned from 7 36 Baisctt 310 U66pm 1 15pm r Hendern lv 720in 25pB matrimouial mistake The matter can- campaign manageis who have preceded not be weighed too well Orauge bios him Ills title to true great 0 ess and his cer- Â¬ roms bridal veils and the honeymoon Si Li Ry FordsvlIe Branch 0I1I for ach heart to tificate of lasting famo are iu this aro iu order but -- l IU realize the great responsibility and to bo Cheerfully and without hesitation In the TIME TABLE No 9 sure that respect esteem und deep deep midst of a campaign elaborately planned love are the dominant kuy notca iu their to follow certain prearranged lines of TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1895 life Then come what will the sailing management he recognized tho comEast Bound Train mands of an authority higher than that West Hound Trains will be fine and sure Dally Daily Daily Daily of Republican partisanship and shaped ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Kim ex Sua We have had panics and depression No 3 No t No5 Nol his course accordingly we have given months to the campaign U 10am Lv Irvington Ar 9S0iu It takes a great leader to revise his en- Â¬ Oar held 1160 810 the pcopln have gone to tho polls and 12 05pm 7 60 Harned tire plan of campaign to abandon his 7 40 1212 yes or no on a vital question 1 Junction voted 12 23 llardinsburg 730 preconcelvtd ideas of poller to fling think the answer as far as finances go is 7 15 12 35 Junction to be the mainstay of Kirk 1258 70 just as it should be Money should not away what seemed Jolly 650 110 vic- Â¬ own candidato and to proceed to 6 SO Glendeane 128 be worth lees than its face in gold You his 6 20 Dempster tory under the banner of a new and un- Â¬ 135 Mr Editor differ and bo it goes around arKalltRoughlv 600 165 ion seen issue but that Is what this Dempster 5 37 2 20 tho wide wide union The sound money 5 27 Hockvale 2 30 Kuth 5 It 2 42 tidal wave has given MeKinley an enor- Â¬ leader has done 51 Asklns 264 When Mr Hanna the Protectionist of our mous majority in some portions Oaka 3 09 4f 4 41 Mitchell 3 20 country and had the help of many thou and the trlend of William MeKinley 340pm ArKordsyiUeL 435an Â¬ Considering tho tuve up his original plan of subordinat sands of Democrats ing tho question of honest money to that intense interest that has been manifested manfully accepted the for months the contest was peacefully of the tariff and gold which others had and quietly settled Here a feeling of dreaded word St Louis platform per Â¬ perfect harmony pervades The silver forced Into the haps egalnbt lilt own desires at the time Â¬ men have accepted the situation philoissue from Republican sophically but with their leader Mr he broadened the partisanship to national patriotism He Bryan endorse his letter challenging possible when ho made them and faithful advocates to renew the made this victory it possible for patiiotio Democrats to battle for 1000 Mr MeKinley wasnotr inated as the foremost representative of v te with patriotic Republicans and he high protective tariff legislation How- Â¬ made It possible for patriotic Democrats to vote when be put aside the tariff ever tho people do not want it In fact bo tchedules and raleed the Iltg the sound money Deuiociats tlo not want Having taken up the lag Mr Hauna to talk about it The Republicans are bote It bravely on tho glorious result well aware of this aud havo been for morning some time If we remember the candi which brghtens tho skies this and to Mr Hanna the non partisan The dates rpeeches at the beginning of this of its most campaign were full of tariff arguments Sun xtendathn assurances distinguished consideration But ho was forced to lay aside tariff which has really ceased to be an Issue In that party which the Democrats have fought for twenty five years and honest currency had the right of way Mr MeKinley lately has only made brief references to protective tariff legislation The present tariff we think is high enough herhaps the nominee has come to the same conclusion I think with due respect to many of Its provisions it We la too high dont jou Mr Editor II JUST AS OOOD FOR ADULTS I WARRANTED PRICE SOotS agree dout we in many points G AtUTU IUS NaT M MM didnt vote the Republican tlcketnelther IHrla Madldo flo Hi Leuta Mo GMtlaaam Wa told Urt rear 890 boUloa of Let ua have agree again did you We CHILL TOMIO ant bar OHOVK B TA8TKL Peace whlte wlnged sweet kouabt tar vruaa airaaaj tsu jaax in ail our x peaee partenca of It jean h ifc dnu huitnasa svt should now hover over our fair beauti Â¬ LaTHraoUanaHuiHu4SMaai nation aaMr XtstM wr UoUoo u sur Cwto ful laud aud everybody should eater AJHuVGiMAOa m try us Â¬ Â¬ Printing s 11 1 m Â¬ Â¬ Tzft rr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE cto 10 w Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I I Â¬ GRDVtS CHILL TDNIC TASTELESS Pjj 4tv wjRprqwaq v wwmigaiaiflBiy rpBPPw11 THE BREVGKEVKRIDQEl NEXWS OLOYERPORT ICY MR BRYAN SPEAKS But Copyrighted In many States of the Union there nut at this moment men rubbing their po litical eyes to discover if they aro really awake nnd that It Is a fact worthless selfish So and Ho is elected to the legis Â¬ lature or to Congrees Let me tell you g od men some truths I You will listen for none ought to love freedom aud pound sense more heartily than ou Vote solli rs and political tramps are not like you they nr out for plunder but you earnestly desire the prosperity of the wholo country Yen you do in During foveral years residence in the your mind aud it goes no further far west I had many opportunities for Tne initial thought for you this week observing the wonderful effects of Cham- Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea is that it appears far easier to maintain a Remedy Its efficacy was demonbtrated mouatchy in till lent strength than a in the alkali ngions where the water Republic The self same causo that per- Â¬ produces violent purging It allayed mitsI tho maintenance of a nuisance in tho attack when all other remedies failed the eart of a town operates to make the I repeatedly saw tho grealojt distress perpetuation of true liberty by true men everybodys business from diarrhea cured in u few minutes at ifilcult thing The modern roy- Â¬ I used tho remedy myself with the most Is nobodys business satisfactory results and can recommend al figurehead knows his part He sees it for the complaints for which it is in- Â¬ to It Ih it evils which threaten the con- Â¬ II Y Giunoiiam editor of tinued power of the reigning bouso are dicated tho Republican lltualxvlllc Fa This looked into and improved away and remedy is for sale by A R Fieher from such motives do we have to record most grand progress municipal and in Â¬ Drurglet dividual in kingly realms The wise ruler buttresses his throne with the BOUND IN HUMAN SKIN hearts ol his people KlnvBhipsaie not A Fad Which Has Become Quite Popular by any means so medieval as some of us think In France como bimetallism or before tint year will become Republicans nnd thus open enemies Ilefore that year arrives trusts will have convinced still more people thut a trust is a menace to privHte wel- Â¬ fare nnd to public s before that year arrive s the evils of tho gold standard will be even moro evident than tley aro now and the people will bo then ready to demand an American financial policy for tho American people nnd will j ln with us In the immediate ns oration of the free and unlimited coinage of gold aud nlver at the pn s nt legal ratio of 10 to 1 without waiting for the aid or con- Â¬ W J Hiiyan sent of nny other nation Some i Rambling Thoughts by nemo Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER Jl 1800 SKETCHES BY MQUAD Went Tlio mnu who nsked mo for n matoli for lils pipo seemed inclined to enter in to conversation ns lio suiokcd nnd know tho frco handed ways of tlio west I Â¬ run In the ing had llltlo hesitancy in observing after n bit As you took off your cap I noticed that you had been scalped Yes I was skulpcd by Injuns n few years ago ho replied Any story connected with it Oh no I met n dozen Injuns ono day who wanted some fun nnd so they throwed mo down and skulpcd inc lou arc carrying souio bad scars on your face A grizzly bar Yes pnrty bad Bindo em with his claws I was out htintiu ono day nnd mot a grizzly who wanted somo fun and ho turned to nnd clawed mo Ho didnt lamo you in tho left leg nt tho sniuo timo I inked Noap Ho didnt hov uuthin to do with my leg I vn down to Golden Oity ono day nnd met Joe Lee Too wanted somo fun and so ho pulled down on mo and shot mo in tho hip I boo you hnvo n finger off tho left hand Wus that lost whilo somebody was having fun with you Wn al yes I was tnkiu n drink nt n bar in Big llcnd nnd forgot to invito tho crowd to walk up Tho boys thought theyd hnvo somo fuu with me and so ono of cm swiped off that finger to moko mo loso my drink Did a bullet split your right ear Yes that wns n bnllct A feller named Tom Whito did that Met him ono day when ho was lookin for fuu nnd ho split that car with hot lead This western country is n great I said niter a plneo for fun I toko it period of silence ho heartily replied You bet And you must havo had your Bharo Icalkerlntoi Count cml And ho handed mo n gun and I Lincoln Nan Nov 0 Mr Urj an to day gave out tho follow ing To tho Ditnctalliats of tho United States Conscious that millions ot loyal hearts are saddened by temporary deft at I beg to oiler a word of hope nnd encourage- Â¬ No cause ever had supporters ment moro brave and earnest and devoted then those who have espoused the causo of bimetallism They have fought from conviction and have fought with all the zeal which conviction Inspires Events will prove whether thoy are right or wrong Having done their duty as they Baw It they have nothing to regret The Republican candidate has been heralded ns the advance agent of prosperity If his policies bring real prosperity to the Ameiicnn people those who opposed him will share in that prosperity If on the other hand his policies prove an injury to tho people generally those of bis supporters who do not belong to the gun And thero was a office holding class or to the privileged No sir und pop pop pop nnd six bullets wpre cinfa will sutler in common with those chilling each other into Williams anat who opposed him The friends of bimetomy Ho lost n finger hud an enr split allism have not been vanquished They nu eyebrow shot off got a rake nrross tho chin uiil nnother across tho scalp believe that tho gold standard Is a con- Â¬ nud ho didnt hnvo time to full until nil spiracy of the money changers against was over Then tho agent opened tho the welfare of the human race and until door of his office nud looked us over convinced of their error they will con- Â¬ and said tinue the warfare against it I didnt shoot to kill and ho isnt The contest has been waged this year hurt much Tho faro to Jlhick Hill is under great embarrassments and against great odds Tor the first time during this generation public attention has been centered upou the money question nstho paramount Issue and this has been done in epito of all attempts upon the part of our opponents to prevent it The Re Â¬ publican convention held out the delusive hopo of international bimetallism while Republican leaders labored secretly for gold monometallism Gold stand Â¬ ard Democrats have ruhlicly advocated tho election of the IndiannpoltH ticket while they labored secretly for tho elec- Â¬ tion of the Republican ticket The trusts and corporations havo tried to excite n fear of lawlessness while they havo been defying the law and American financiers have boasted that they were tho custo- Â¬ dians of national honor while thoy wero secretly bartering an ay the nations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sailed out Ticket fur Dlaok Hill nnd dont waste too much timo over it Tlio ngontnlwnys handed out n tick et nnd pretended that thiugi wcro nil right nnd tho boys played it on him till ho had t6 throw up his job Ono day tho old man went and tho now ono took hii plncc nnd four or llvo of tho gnng went down to tho detwt to size tho latter up When thoy returned to camp thero wm n majority and n minority ro port Hill Thompou was spokesman for tho majority nnd ho said Hes tho softest thing in these yoro parts Im not goin to buy tiny moro tickets but Ill senro cm outer him Tho sight of a gun will make his har curl Tlrili Williitmq wns snokfsinnll for tho minority nnd wns also tho minority ns well Ho looked very sorlous nsho said Hes n palo fnced humble lookin critter but dont mnko no mistake on Mm tin nnrrina I1I4 fnriflnirr kinder curled up as if pulliu trigger nnd tho first man who shoves n gnu in on him is goin to git hot lead in return Tho camp was divided on tho question nnd after imirh talk Dill Thomp son offered to make tho test nnd scttlo tho problem Iu a day or two ix scoro of us went down to witness tho perform ance We were lounging about tho wait- Â¬ ing room when in walkid Dill with n whoop nud advancing to tho ticket window ho prufily inquired tlio fare to Dig Hill wns tho reply Ono dollar A dollar fur me Hill ThompsonYe sir for you or uuybody else And you wont tnko n half No sir You wont take It with this thing continued Dill ns ho shov 1 behind it tho coin along with tho muzzlo of his Â¬ MISSION Â¬ TOMAMID 0n Bimetallism Not Vanquished Simply Overcome EX CONSUL GENERAL WILLIAMS SENT TO SPAIN ft rrmlilrnt CurrylnR Out LlneR For Continuing Tho Contest For The Whito Metal Urn WWi f ernl Urnnt Maile Warn Ago -- A Friendly Srttleiiirnt nrtlir IHlllctiltlM With Culm tilnrllliiB limelnpiiimU Kxpcctcit EXPRESSES HIS PERSONAL GRATITUDE V Paris has takeu violently to the human skin fad If you want to show your de- Â¬ votion to a dear depaited friend in a way that will leave no doubt of your love you secure as large a s ctlon of his cuticle as possible and proceed to have it made up for a tobacco pouch a pocket book or cigarette case or prayer book The prayer book is the most correct form of the memento There Is n fine blend Â¬ ing here of love and devotion and many a trim pans maid to day repeats her prajers from a tiny volume that is artistically bound in a portion of tlio mortal remains of a dear friend or relative who has crossed the Styx says tho New York Herald Of course the removal of the fckiu tar get ted to laymuu something more shock Â¬ ing than the mere clipping of the lock of hair Rut this was only to the imagina- Â¬ tion of the untutored The task of re- Â¬ moving the skin was intrusted only to the hands of skilled sutgeons From their i ustody it passed to the control of highly skilled tanners so that by tho time it reached the person ou whose account the operation had been performed the skin was a dainty highly fcented fab- Â¬ ric with all tho artibtic qualities of vel- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lum financial independence- - l counted 13 MET A OMZKLY WHO WANTED SOME FUN tally marks on tho stock They dont tally for anything loss than human beings out west and sentenced to bo hanged nnd tho day named nud ns I happened to be iu towu 011 thut day tho sheriff invited mo to wit ness tho execution Half ti dozen of us accompanied him to tho cell of tho con demned at tho proper hour nud ho said to the man Well Jim its ubout timo to bo Â¬ Doing a Man u luror Ho had been tried for murder a exactly i Any ono eiso want to get to Dlack Hill for n quarter Without a word in reply wo picked Dill up and lugged him off Ho wns al Wo had got him so n very silent man nil bandaged up nnd put to bed beforo ho wns ready to talk nnd then ho sim ply inquired Boys who did nil that Hhootln Why tho fellor you said yon could bluff answered ono of tho boys but I thought I did ho growl ed as he turned his fuco to tho wall und M Qcad Bhed teira Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ninviii Folks nil ready outside nsked Jim Yes nil ready Thars n big crowd to sco yo go und I hopo yo wont mako no fuss Say Dill said tho condoiuned after n moments thought Ivo concluded not to bo hung Shoo I Why yo was rcg Marly senÂ¬ Lucky Women I do so envy Mary Jasniyn said tho hostess in that rather high koy of voico acquired by ono who battles dai y with tho shrieking of tho breeze from Lako Michigan Mary d s seem rather lucky in her Â¬ yo Yes I do but this yeru hnngiii dont hung next do n man no good Mchho week but urn my lildo if I do it to day Jost go ami tell the folks that its put off Shool Shoo crumbled tho sheriff Tho law aiyH yo ar to bo hung bo tweon tho hours of 10 and 12 oclock Dont bo ornery Jim Jest git ready und cum out and I jo hung liko u man Better than either is u healthy Haint I used yo all right Yes reckon n liver If tho liver is K tho Gin yo plenty to tat nud a good man i3 K His Mood is kept bed pure his digestion porfoct nnd ho Yes Then why go back on mo If I dont can enjoy lifo and act intelligently hang yo whats tho governor gwino to nnd patiently ujwn tho questions say bout it Whats tho judge gwino to of tho day You nil know what to do I aint askin yo to hang causo yo tako i ou havo known it for years killed yor olo woman but to oblccgo It is Simmons Liver Regulator me Is that it Would it bo a favor to ogiu it I didnt hov no far show It wai fnr an could bo Jim nud only yiiterd ty yo agreed not to mako any fussin Tears liko yo dont want to do tho right thing by mo tenced Yes I know but Im goin to kick assented tho visitor marriages Yes this is her sixth Dut tho ro inarkublo thing is that sho has kept tho sumo hired girl through all of them Cincinnati Enquirer ISarrlt ra Iu Kilucotlon Ill Â¬ Yon know Margaret wauted to got a mau to instruct her in politics Yes How did sho como out Well sho got ono nnd after sho hnd listened to him flvo hours soveu other won camo ulong and told her that ho was on tho wrong sirtoof the Question SILVER OR GOLD 0 0 haiigln I dont kecr fur tho governor nor the judge but when n fuller has usod mo whito Im williu to do him n favor nnd wont go back ou him Git along to tho gallus uud hov it over with Fare SI The ticket ngont nt Dig Deudwas not tho man for tho place and ho realized It as woll as many others Ho wns n nioo man and knew bis business bat ho lacked sand Tho faro from Dig Dond to Black Hill was 1 but whou any of tho crowd wanted to go down they handed In two or thrco quarters ns tho might be poked five or nix inches of a revqlyer through the window and good turn yo kin count ou mo Waal then said Jim us ho roso up I reckon yo kin go nhoad with tho couldnt do nutblu to oblccgo mo wo And yoU romembcr it of mo I will nnd if I kin ever do yo a It would Jim Dill n big favor Yo c0 For years you and your Cithers havo found it of sterling worth It is and always hu been put up only by J 11 Koihn it Co Tiko none but tho genuine It Iiuj the Red i5 on tho front of tho wrapper and nothing elso id tho tunic ud nothing bo good and the dliUcilty frequently experienced in curing it Mr J E Thomas of Union dale Pa told how he had often cured it In his family We give it in his own words I havo frequently used Cham berlains Pain Balm in mv familv for sore throat and it hni affected a speedy cure in every Instance I would not think of getting along in my home with- Â¬ In tho face ot an enemy rejoicing iu its out it Pain Balm also cures rheuma Â¬ victory let tho roll bo called for the en tism sprains and bruises Fur sale at 25 gsgemeut and urgo all friends of bimetal- Â¬ aud GO cents per bottle by A It Fisher lism to renew their allegiance to the Druggist If no are right as I believe we cauEo BOWS TO PEOPLES WILL aro we shall yet triumph Until convicted of his error let each advocate of Believes The Next Four Years Will Proba bimetallism continue the work Let all silver clubs retain their organi- Â¬ bly TettThe Gold Standard zation hold regular meetings and circulate literature Our opponents have suc- Â¬ New Yoiir Nov 5 W P St John ceeded in this campaign and must now treasurer of the Democratic National put their theories to the test Instead Committee in discussing tho results of of talking mysteriously about sound yesterdays election said money and an honest dollar they The people have declared themselves must now elaborate and defend a finan Â¬ unmistakably I therefore cordially ac- cial system Every step taken by them qultce The next four years should am should be publicly considered by the sil Â¬ ply test the single gold standard In the Our cause has prospered United States ver clubs I am confident that the most where the money question has been party in power will be nulck to abandon longest dlsi ufsed among the people It with sufficient proof that it is a failure During the next four years it will be The agitation must havo been aufil lent studied all over this nation even more to promise this I shall try to expect than it has been studied In tlio past and certainly will welcome the restora 1IKX is not far away Before The year tion of prosperity which our late oppo- Â¬ that year arrives international bimetal- Â¬ nents promised us with their victory In lism will cease to deceive before that mv nnlnlnn IIia BtlvArllaa In Ilia flnla year arrives those who have called them ought no longer stand In the way of leg selves gold standard Democrats will be- - islation by the majority Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dut in spite of the efforts of the Ad- Â¬ ministration and its supporters in spite of the threats of money lenders at homo and abroad in spite of the coercion prac- Â¬ ticed by corporations and employers in spite of trusts and syndicates iu spite of an enormous Republican campaign fund and in spite of tho influence of a hostile daily press bimetallism has almost trium phed in its first great fiht The loss of a fow States and that too by a yery small plurality has defeated bimetallism for the present but bimetallism emerges from the contest stronger than it was four mouths ago 1 deslro tc commend the work of tho three National Committees which havo joined in the management of this campaign Co operation between the mem bers of distinct political organizations is alwas diilicult but it has been hsjso this year than usual Interest In a common cause of great importance hits re duced friction to a minimum I hereby express my personal gratitude to the individual members ns well as the executive officers of the National Committee of tho Democratic PopulUt and Silver parties for their efficient untiring and unselfish labors They have laid the foundation for future success and will be remembered as pioueers when victory is at last secured No personal or political friend need grieve because of my defeat My ambit ion lias been to secure immediate legislation rather than to enjoy the honors ot office therefore defeat brings to me no feeling of personal loss Speaking for the wife who has shared my labors as well as for myself I desire to say that we have been amply repaid for all that we have done In the love of millions of our fel- Â¬ low citizens so kludly expressed in knowledge gained by personal contact with the people and in broadened sym Â¬ pathies we find full compensation for whatever efforts we havo put forth Our hi arts havo been touched by the devo- Â¬ tion of friends and our lives Bhall prove our appreciation of the affection which we prke os the richest reward which this campaign has brought Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ From the prayer book idea to which the skin covering was at firet strictly con- Â¬ fined it gradually spread until it came to serve ns the covering for secular books From this point the gradation to pocket books to cigar cases to cigarette cases and to the hundred and one other tries where it was possible to employ it was easy until now almost everybody who amounts to anything has one of these pi culiar souvenirs The human skin lends itself peculiarly to the tanners art and tho efli ct from an artistic staudpoiut of the memorial prayer book and other articles was so pleasing that those persons who had not been fortuuate enough to have cloio friends or near relatives dead sought in the open market for similar coverings Tho result was what might havo been expected the dealtis provided what their customers demanded or at any rate pretended to When nsked where they got their su plies they whispered mjsterlously The medical colleges monsieur and then they added drop- Â¬ ping the whisper for a confidential tone of courto it is expensive this wonderful now leather for we cau ouly get it through the medical students on the sly Thousands of bodies aro dissected every year and could we get the cuticle open- Â¬ ly it might not be so very expensive But wo must act iu secret and monsieur knows secrecy costs money Another pbaso of this strange craze Is the use of criminals skins that is great criminals When a murderer or anarch Â¬ ist of national renown finds his way to the guillotine there le an eag r scramble for enough of his skin to cover anything from a franc piece to a clcr cose The executioner makes not a little extra meony from this source as Ihe Bouveulr hunters are able to pny a fancy price for the coveted treasure Sore Throat Quickly Oared Not long ago in speaking of sore throat Nov 0 Every mino in and its vast incomplete mills oloctfRj this valley with tho oxception of thoso power works rnllroul etc Tho company fow mines operated by tho different has spent this yoar I10000J in opening Its nud building Its furnaces near hero has suspendea oper minus Is alleged to bo on works and tho account of Ina failure ations for im indefinite period Tho bility to got enough inonoy to completu suspension wns kept secret from tho them miners aud Friday night whou tho Crimes and Casualties workers left tho mines they were told Harry Hugh a frelghtconductor on tho to como to work iu tho morning There- Â¬ Dig Four road was two by fore overy miner living in this city and Saturday night nnd culn instantlya train killed working up tho creek ns tho miiiinir residJolm A region is termed supposed that work ing on Upper child of Creek Vann Portsnear Twin would go on ns usual Uut tlioy wero mouth O was burned to death Saturday disappointed for every mine was closed Tho child wus playing Iu front of an opon down Tho men say hero that they fire from which its clothes caught Whou will not resume work if tho 45 cent rate discovered by Its pareuts It was llfeloss goes into effect and stato that oven at Andrew Jackson aged 20 years colored the 01 cent rafo it is almost impossible convict lu tho ponltcnttary at Ilnltlmore for them to live Mil was shot nnd mortally wounded In Tho miues hnvo not been working moro tnau one ionrtn or at most one tho pikon Saturday by John D Woller half timo for soveral months aud this Ing a deputy warden whom ho was about fact coupled with the low rate for min to nttnek with a shoo knlfo and hamin faTwo po sous wore killed and three ing has combined with the prevailing general linnl times to make tlio miners tally Injured by explosion of ouo of tho St bollors at tho Ccntralln colliery Contra lifo a miserable ono President Rntchford of tho Ohio min lia Pa Tho dead aro John Kovltzo aud ers camo to lackson Saturday from Co Andrew Munock Tho fatally Injured lumbus to nroud a proposed convention Michael Kullck John StcnshaU and of the miners to detcrniiuo whether Matlilas Loher rellres If you raise only your voice on high to thoyi would accept tho threatened duction to 45 cents or go out ou a strike Fire broke out iu tho Battorsou deco denounce evil do you think evil men Tho convention wns not held howovcr West Gay street Columbus ratlve house fear you and shako in their shoes any nnd it is not known whether or not O Saturday evening Tho loss Is about President Rntchford will bo successful more than they do at a capful of wiud 10000 pnrtlally covered with Insurance in bringing tho miners together in mass The 4 story building occupied by Kob Words and works must go together meeting At present tho Jackson and blowing of trumpets and shoutings shake Mnssillon districts aro tho only two in bou tc Lawrle dry goods dealers of Indianapolis was destroyed Saturday down no strongholds in these days beat- Â¬ this stato working under tho 75 cent entailing a loss of tfSOOOC1 by flro Insured partly ings cf torn toms drive out no diseases rato which puts tho rato in this county The cigar storo of Charles F Meyer Im at 50 and 01 cents suf west Robson Our political evils are no akin troubles It is reported here that should the mediately WHtcr ofTho Knox 5Lawrio cent fered by and 10 to be gently rubbod away with almond Jackson county miners accent the reduc store on tho vast carrylug a 110000 stock water and glycerine They go deeper tion and return to work at 45 cents per also suffered heavily by water ton tno uocKing vauoy operators will than that and down as deep as they go tako advantage of the recognized differ must you go to purify the national blood enco in tho Hocking coal and that of You good men are neglectful in attend- Â¬ Jackson and put their men to work at II ing primaries consequently your lazy 80 cents thereby establishing a differen1898 LOUISVILLK KY Nov 10 tial of 15 cents per ton Tills differen- Â¬ worthless neighbor gets elected to con- Â¬ tial would seem right however for the Shippers iboald mark all psokagei plainly ventions those conventions are neces- Â¬ samo miner can dig almost two tons of with shippers name and poit offloe addrcii sarily no better than tho material that Hocking valloy coal to one ton of tho DUTTEH coal 12 11 constitutes them your indolence has Jocknon nt n which latter sells on tho Cholee oonntry market better price thau the former Medium 9 8 sent there workable men men amen Â¬ It is not known at present what tho Creamery 15 10 to the machine able EQOS that you hbwl outcome of tho matter will bo but it is 15 prcdictid hero that if the operators at Â¬ Fresh against but for which you are to blame FEATUKRS tempt to establish the 45 cent rato thoy the canventlons make nominations that wll h tif on a general and 40 41 Prime white gouie Mixed your enervating political pride forces 253 35 lo jkout 16 S SO resmenr Ratchford is still in tho Old 1 you to vote for just to be regular 00 No dusk 16 tiiose elected ones coucelvcd in the county bat he will not give any opin POULTRY ions for publication ITeni per lb T selfhh inquity of low grade primaries Spring Chickens per dos 1 253J and brought forth in the fullness of time CONDENSED NEWS Ducks per lb SH ri Qeeie per dot as honorables in legislature are no 3 50 100 rOTATOES more fit to represent you than a wolf to A Collection of Intercitlng Iteiui on Vurl Irish per barrel 751 00 poso as the friend of a lot of sheep ou Subject Kipeclally Irepured For Now La j 60 3 00 Sweet potatoes per bbl 300 the Unity Header From store I to 6 cti higher lltirtflnrn lirntcn nnen thn mtnra nt r W Navy Beam per bushel In a vsgue kind of a way we seem to 25 think of government as something fixed Carter near Goshon Ind nnd Ltnia 5X ROOTS Tho Chilian chamber of deputies hai Qlnieng 175 J 40 and perpetual like a law ot nature No passed n vote of censure 54 ajnlnst the gov Â¬ Senlca Snake greater or more fatal mistake regarding ernment Pink t 21 It can find lodgement in our minds Tho Hiimburg Anicrlcftn steamship line Yellow 5 5 has decided to build threo new steamers Wild Ginger Brooks run on forever the poet tells us Lady Slipper 1 but governments do not They are like for cargo and passenger MayAppl itf The battleship Iowa will tie ent elown Blood M some delicately constituted child that tho Delaware river from Cramps ship FIELD BKKDS needs the loving care of wise friends if yard next Tuesday on hor preliminary or Timothy per bushel 180 that care ia withheld the child perishes builders trial trip Clover per bushel 4 25 A laughter was born to Mr and Mrs Crimson Clover per bushel 3 00 note that and mike your own personal Almerlo H Paget at tho residence of Col Â¬ Red Top pu bushel 85 deduction and resolution onel Oliver II Payne In New York The Orehard Orate per bushel 1 10 W a daughter of ex Seeretary Blue Qrati fancy pir bushel mother tt of Blue Orass eitra per bushel flil The mere fact that things may move the Navy W 0 Whltuoy Onioa Fets Yellow per bushel 1 25 Atliert Douglass colored who assaulted along smoothly until we are laid to rest and rubbed Whlta ii a 60 Amb osoQurrutt a HIDKfl is no real com or t to a real patriot Our at Versailles Ky In Septonibordeaf mute hist wns Oraea o4 6K forefathers planned wisely and well for Saturday sentenced to Jive years impris Dry Bait good 82 j Dry Mat good us we must work willlnjly and self onment Iu the ponltoutlury U lo 8ol DavU of 40 10 forgettlngly for those who ore to come adjudged InsnnoClrclevllle 0 has been Sheep skint aud ordered removed to WOOL after us otherwise Is our freedom mere tho Central asylum Ills dementia camo Tab washed 21 selfishness and no freedom A very on slioi the election It required the arease flat 16 it mean king in the Jewish history was combluod efforts of four men to hold him 9l 12 7 In bed Btaek it q ij Hrsjklah The poltroon thanked God a 10 Princess Marguerite wife PJnce Barry and Cuts that the trouble prophesied against his Frederick Charlo of Mesne nudof sister of MISOKLLANKODS TaHow A 4H nation was not to come in his day Aro Kmporor WlllUm has given birth to Beeswax Ok 25 twins boys Prlncei Marguerite already you such a man 20 15 has two sous the older horn Jn J 18 RWi SergaaM MeUuei JA3KSOV O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ M self governing equal man of every other in a Republic is not half so watchful I mingle with strong ones from day to day good clear-Â¬ headed business men but wretched citizens They raise the hands in depre- Â¬ cation and call politics corrupt they chime iu with that lean aud lank ex Senator from Kansas and agreo that die purification ot the filthy pool of practical politics is an iridescent dream they pass tho blame along to tho next man ns did tho individuals in Thomas NaBts famous cartoon of Boss Tweed and his minions all stood in a ring and each ono jerked a thumb toward his neighbor to blame him To find tbo begiuning or the end of tho wrong in such a group is as difficult as to prove where is the starting point of a circle If a word is said about the dangers that must arise from having purchasable legislators in State Capitols and at Wash Â¬ ington the shoulders are shrugged and How can I help it is laid I have always admired since I know what real manhood was that old Bible He character Nathan the prophet cornered Gods annointed trumped up a hypothetical story about a ewo lamb roused the kings ire against the wolfish wnsof the rich man nud then turned on him like a flash with ong r and menace in his prophetic face saving fhou art the maul Does it ueed a wordy trap to catch the ears and touch Shall the consciences of our Davids we liken our country to a citadel be Â¬ sieged by evil as all good things always are ieurrounded by miners and sappers who underhandedly throw down its walls In order that license may march over Liberty and trample our dear one under foot Then Bhall we tell of some oue within the walls who is seen to crawl to the ramparts aud make signals to the besiegers But not alone that at a fateful moment he approaches the gate with a key in his hand to let death and disaster have free course and be satisfied among us You Davids you kinglets what shall be done to the traitor Let him be maimed let wild horses tear him asunder that all the people may fear to do evil and seek to do good I It shall be done but Thou that judgest art the man Â¬ Â¬ V But the royal man tho New Youk Nov 9 Tho Morning Advertiser nays It wns reported in this city yesterday that tho ex consul general to Hnvnnn Ramon O Williams might bo expected here from Europo in about 10 dnys Although tho fact of Mr Williams presence in Spain escaped thovigilanco ef tho newspaper corre Â¬ spondents in the Spanish capital it Is nevertheless true that ho has been in Madrid for threo weeks past nnd in tho immediate circlo of his family it wns nnnonnced that he wns to lcavo for Now York by ono of tho North German liners on Snturtlny last Whilo tho fact can not for obvious rensons bo definitely learned it 1b generally belicve d by his personal friends that Mr Williams visit to Madrid has been made ns nn agent of the United Stntes with tho view of making somoÂ¬ arrangement by which n peacenblo solution of tho Cuban question might be drought nbont It will be remembered that on return Â¬ ing from Havana Mr Williams spent some tinio in Washington where ho had several lengthy interviews with President Cleveland and Secretary 01 ney Ho thru left for Europo sailing on Spt 8 it being generally supposed that his trip wus taken for rest and in tho interest of his health Ho first vis- Â¬ ited England nnd then crossed over to France nnd ns it now transpires pro Â¬ ceeded tlienco to Madrid where he has been for a litto over threo weeks Members of his fnmily seen yesterday nt his residence in Brooklyn asserted that thev knew o no other reason for Mr Williams visit to Europo than to im Â¬ prove his health which hnd been in jurioubly affected by his residenco in Cuba Some closo personal friends of tho ex consul general however mado no secret of their beliof that his mission to Spain was to bound tho Spanish gov- Â¬ ernment and in conjunction with Min- Â¬ ister Tuylor to endeavor to procure a friendly settlement of tho difficulties with Cuba It wns oven stated that Mr Williams wns nnthorized to favor negotiations by which tho purchase of tho island by the Cubans might bo arranged on tho un Â¬ derstanding that the United States would gnarantco tho payments to tho mother country It will bo recalled that this wns substantially tho basis of ar Â¬ rangement pniposeel by General Grant at tho timo of Spains last war with her colony 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 An anti malarial and an up- Â¬ poison building tonic a blood purifier An ap- Â¬ petizer aiding dieestion It makes the Large bottles 50c complexion good Guaranteed by all dealers Â¬ tno second norli In I5il Tho Mute bunk of Oruheti Ind n Inty Intcreit In which wns owned by the lute Lnporte Hrofner of that place has Uwn The capital Is inrtvnsnl reorganised from t6yxx to W10U0 aid cvornl new stockholders havo been admitted OJilof of Polios J M Mnrdiall nnd Assistant Chief Tom Clark lmvo boeii re lieved from duty by tho council at Cripple Creek Colo ponding nil Investigation of charges of corruption Tho charges nra limdo by Policemen Andorsoil and Finch Florence Arlltz wlfo of Dr William J Arlltz of Madison Siunre Now 1 York no oa tho cured a divorce nt tfnnro N ground of desartior No obstncl 9 thrown In tho way o tho plaintiff Sho claims to 10 a graudnleco of Itoscoo Conk Hug Tho Kentucky court of appeals having heard tho arguments In tho cases of Scott Jackson nnd Alouzo Walling convicted of the murder of Pearl Urynn but who hnvo risked for a now trial has designated Judge Hazclrlgg to prcparu tho opinion of tho court Mgr dllulst who represented ono of tlioifrrV slous of Brett Iu the chamber of deputies and who wns rector of the Catholic Insti tute of Paris a prcluto of h Iioumj of tho polio honorary vicar general of tho do ceso of Paris etc Is dead In Parts Ha was born In lull and first entered tho chamber of deputies in 1899 nucccudlit tho into Mgr Prcppcl bishop of Augurs Â¬ Maurico-caiS-WauJon- Â¬ Death Dr Cyrus Fnwcett nn early settler of Kokomo Ind died ut llhilr Nob Saturday nged 07 ljnwrcnco Huudcrson nged 83 a stock man nnd leaf tobacco grower died Fri day night at his homo near Wluchcstcr Ohio Mrs Lydla Compton nged 70 widow of Dr Samuel Compton formerly of Dayton O died at her homo Snturday la Wlnchoito- - O John Crouo who whs n passenger on tho Uuuiird lino bteaimhlp Etrurln bound for Queon tovn died from syncope ou tho socoml day out Profcmor Henry K Pirkor for more thau 2d yeirs professor of Latin nt Dart inou h college died In Boston Saturday Ho w ns 7J years of ago J Waldo onu of tho commissioners ot tho SoithwjiMrn aisoMaUm dbd at thj Southern liorel In St Louis Saturday aftHe had been ill but n fow days ernoon David BInkely 05 years old tho goncrat manager of tho Sousa baud died sud donly In New York city Saturday night Death Is supposed to havo boon duo to npoploxy Tho deceased was also presi dent of tho Ulnkcly Printing company of Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ lallurcs Tho Wood Parker Lithographing company of New York mado nu assign niiiit to Pcnoul Lockwood Jr Liabilities tJOO Oj nominal assets j0 000 Tho company was Incorporated in 18JJ with a capital stock of 30jU William H Troworgy lumber dealer of Boston has Hied u voluntary petition In Insolvency caused by tho failure of tho Portsmouth Yn Lumber Manufactur ing company to which ho had advanced money His llablltilos are schodulcd at 3l44i His assets are uot yet known but consist of real estate personal propor ty stock etc which ho has transferred to trustees for tho bonelt of his creditors Tho Golden Scepter Mining company at Qulglcy Mon has assigned with debts of 285000 Asots aro estimated at t5000X consisting of tho compuuys Â¬ Â¬ coal Miners go out Men li District Will Not tho Jncksim Work Fur 43 Cents it Tun uo Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ a MBBBjuMji rr m Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair oa v Harpolo went to Bowling Green Lis home to vole Ho teturned Thura night looking somen hat blue over the -- j THE BRHOKHNRIDGE NEWS GLOYERPORT KY CHENAULT Tutts Pills LYONIA Dora Black is improving Blowly Mrs John Mercer spent Tuesday with Mrs Patterson M and Mrs Edward Bivlns visited relatives in Daviess county last week G W Corley and family went te Aetnnvllle Saturday to see Airs Swope Fupt Maston of Hawesvlllp was cir culating among friends here last weok Mr and Mrs miliary Bivlns wont to luynnlds Sunday night to seo their sis ti r Mrs Lorena ltoynolds Alexander Vlckerp of Hnwesvllle and Mr Zoecho of Tell Citywere the guesls tf G H Vickers Tuesday night W P Bennett and Mr Taylor spent Monday night with W A Marlow and spent the lollowlng day In Fordavlllo Miss Hattle Brown and brotherLefiter visited their ulster Mrs Lzzle Thornton at Masonvllle Saturday and Sunday Miss Lzzle Bennett returned home latt Saturday from a visit to her mother on Green river accompanied by Mr Taylor Mrs J W Lyons and MUs Pear Puillipps spent Wednesday night in Whltetjvilht the guests of Mrs Polly Graham Quite a number from here went to Hawesvllle Tuesday night to hear the returns of tho election and 1 am inform- Â¬ ed that they report McKlnloy elected which makes several of tho good citizens around here look rather blue Our singing closed tho fourth Sunday All seemed well pleased with their ad vancttnent and regretted the term being so Bhort and we hope to secure another school In the near future under the management of Mr Bennett our renown teacher Tho protracted meeting will commence here Saturday under the dhections of Kev Yeiser and Simons Daviess county We trust that much good will be the re Â¬ sult now that the election is over we hope tho people will settlo down and think of thoir souls instead of gold and silver Mr Day came up the fourth Sunday and brought his singing class from Z on also brought their dinners and spread them upon the ground which reminded me of au association and spent thu day with us Their singing was beautltul and trust some day to reach the high mark they have attained after several months practice Mrs A G Wright and your scribe went to Hawesvllle to day to see Mrs E N Morrison nee llayne who is very low with typhoid fever This excellent woman has many friends and a large family who mourns her low condition eeely recovery and truly hopes for a Mrs Morrison when a girl boarded with her uncle Mr Starks Haynes in Clover port and went to school and no doubt lias many friends there now who nill be grieved to learn of her illneiis Sure enough the wedding hisoecurrcd that I predicted in my last writing Dur Â¬ ing the wee small hours of morn Oct 28th Mr Ira Hud and Miss Myrtle Liin ac- Â¬ companied by the usual escorts Mr Brooks and Miss Moirisou eloped to They Hawesvllle and were married returned late iu thu evening all smiles and feeling quite happy to the home of Mrs Marlow and partook of the bounti ful supper that awaited thtir arrival May peace and happiness attend them through life is the wish of your scribe Â¬ Jilts 4 w CREAM mum A BAKING POWMB PERFECT MADE i n nfT Free Alum or any other adulterant pure Crane Cream om Ammonia 40 Years the Standard I Breckenridge jiyy News LOCAL BRbVITIES r jty 7tf fr Stationery Bahbagos Kentucky is still doahtful Jack Mooiman Is In the city Gold Foil paper Cabbages 1000 gun caps for 10 eta at Sulzers Itsloading tools and primers Sulzers Soveral loads of tobacco came In Sat Â¬ urday Thos Lynch Lewlsport was in town Monday H N Hudsons cur Louse is about completed MissLula 0en went to Louisville yesterday Hair brushes combs toilet soaps ett - at Dabhages Bahbnges will be the place to get your X inas goods Sam Bruner of Haweville was in the city yesterday Oysters Berved both day and night at Frank Seifrieds Green hides green hides cash paid for same O Llshen The work train on the Texas has been discontinued lle hunters for the post ofllco are rapidly increasing Hunting coats game bagp shell bags Gun cases Sulzsrs Hobt McGullln of Haidinsburg was in the city yesterday Work has been resumed at Cornwells quarry near Ashhys The women are njoiiing tliat Breck- Â¬ inridge was defeated CaBh paid for green hides and Bheep pelts at Clias Lishens The hotel register of this city shows that travel is improving The brick woik on the new Presbyter ian church Is completed Workingmen should not remain idle lenty of work go after tt Turnips are worth in this market at the stores 30c per bushel Tom McGavock shipped to Louisville esterday a drove of hogs Something new and novel in tho way f ladies purees Babbages Aris Warfield fireman on the branch ad was in town Saturday Hides Hides Hides take them to Ohas Lifilien and get th3caeii Gumelaw out next Monday Dont larget us on araunition Suzars CI iff Haddock Clifton Mills has sold kls farm to a party from Temessee 1alnt can be removed from glass by Tabbing It with hot strong inegar lies Nellie Beverley of Henderson WM in the city a few hours yesterday dies drop in this week and see the prtty new picture moulding Sulzers Bhct the smoko roll out cf the brick ike give these idle men employment How about a new gun come and see how cheap we are selling them Sulzers Clifford Lamb representing the Cewrier Journal was In the city Satur-- Kthel Oelze entertained the Young Ladles Club jesterdey evening from 2 to 6 oclock at her homo on Sec ond street 19V Rutledge and wife wsietid by her mother entertained the members of their church and soino friends lahl Thurs day evening Mr James B Pace Jr puiclinsed sev eral loads of tobacco from Hancock county last week and paid the following prices fO fU and 1 Capt Marlon Ityan was in tlu city a few bouts Monday night He was In charge cf the E A Woodruff a Government snag boat V B Burton is down with tjphold fever at his homo in Hock Vale It is reported that he is n very sick man and his recovery doubtful Logan C Murray Louisville is very sick willT typhoid fever He has been in a very critical condition but was re Â¬ ported somo better Monday At the Moorman sale last Saturday near Webster corn brought 10c a bushel oats 10c a dozen bundles hay SI 75 a horse stack and a splendid brought 54 F J Ferry Master Mechanic went East last week and contracted for three St L palace chair cars for the L II They will be put on all passengrr trains about Jan 1 Mies Addle Felt after an extended visit to Miss Mary Moorman left for her home in Adairville Monday Mies Felts has many admirers here who hope Bhe may return again Thomas Thurman was in town Mor day He says that the Democrats will have to learn how to vote the election ehould bo held again there has been too much fraud practiced Mr Frank Bates and Miss Maud Mar shall two well known young peoplo of this city crcssed over to Cannelton on Sunday and were married They have rooms at the Arcade Hancock Clarion W G Head a prominent tobacco handler of Henderson was registered at the Cloverport Hotel Monday We un derstand that he contemplates bundling tobicco here if the quality is good enough As the West bound passerger train pulled in at the depot yesterday morn Â¬ ing it was discovered that the air bnkes would not work another engine was immediately telegraphed for at the shops She was delayed about half an liur There will be a cofle social at the residence of Mrs Amandtf Fishers this afternoon from 2 to oclock given by Missts Alllene Murray Beesiei Harable ton and James Fisher Proceeds to go to the Building Fund of the Presb terian church Albert Thompson Guston win has been down with typhoid fever for sever Â¬ al weeks we ure glad to repoit is now on the way to recovery He 1 aj hen a very sick man His friende who are legion will be glad to know that he wii sjon be out again Import of Hites Bun school for the second month ending Oct 31 Nun ber of pupils enrolled during the moith twelve whole number enrolled to date males forty two females forty total eighty two average daily attci dance for thi month sixt one W A Sdtli PrinMiss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Kate Allen has gono to inter Vale College Will Motgnn of Derby was iu our Cure All midst Friday Mr Sam Elder has a now housekeeper from the city Mis Hart Mr Ji sph Glllllaud and T D Brodle returned from Louisville last week Noah uiiulngham of Diyits county Ky Is visiting his mother this week Mies Mapglo Brodle visited friends in Indiana last week and reports a pleasant trip Mr John Kiucheloe of Hardlnsburg vlsittd this placo last Saturday and Sun day J I Drndie went to Stephenspoit last Tuesday night to catch the election Â¬ Liver DRAWING TO AN END One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills They willsurely cure all diseases of the stomach liver or bowels For sick headache dyspepsia malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ usness a million people endorse Ills- Save Your Money WHAT A HURRY WHAT A RUSH Only Seven weeks and Leap Year will bo over 7 lota of weddings alnt there The girls mean business this year No Reckless Assertion SO DO WE In our Carpet Department In our Curtain Department what a slaughter what a sacraficc Did you ever hear tho like bo fore good values quickly turned into dollars closo prices is the lly wheel that runs tho machin- Â¬ ery of our business while quality gives the finishing touch to each article that passt s out of our store TUTTS Liver PILLS cipal The Irvirgtou Flouring Mill Co Hold to Louisville parties Mondny cue car- Â¬ load of flour at f 3 40 per barrel This same grade they told six weeks ago at 100 per barrel They will have to run day and night from now on to fill Lieir orders Bob Jolly says this Ib all due to BIG SPRING is now hurrah for McKInley I II Meyer was in L uisville last week buying goods Miss Mollle Board of It Cocsautlne is Sh JKjJe Wellington Morgatifield E J Voi Ovensboro were iu the city last pjghua K Wealliefjaid has had ills post changed from Mattingly to Tar Courier Journal pictures framed with WJmt mat around them only 30 cess ers ubscribe for the Numb it is the clean- newsiest county paper published In State lyertising is the cuscess of any busl- Put an ad in the News and watcu Results bo H p Lamkin of the L II was registered at the St L HeyBer bf Friday amor has it that the Air Line rail- has cut the wages of their employ- 10 per cent It Fisher has built an addition to IWatkius ollice He has also given iew coat of paint you havo any green hides or sheep take them to Oliaa Lishi n lllgu- cash market price paid ot tho good times come the mj rlty people here were never in a better pe on to enjoy a little prosperity leifrled carries a full line of canned Ids fancy groceries tobacco cigars ll most anything you want in this line If you know of anything that has hap- iied that Is worth mentioning senu it ue wo will ha glad at all times to have i lev 8 G Shelby coramei ced a pro- ted meeting at the Methodist church Jay IUv U O Faotu Is aelrting the guest at E W Jones MrKlnleya election Miss Bottle Clarkson will vibit relatives Miss Carrlo Miller and Mr A lieu in Brandenburg shortly Djane will be married on the often oon of Vine Fred Kaye aud Dr Willi of November iOth at the rtnuencj of Groe pa sed through here last Friday Mr and Mrs O II Iliunea ou SoutlN Frederica Tho wedding is to be a quiet NvJlm Moorman of Cloverport m here ot one only the rtlatlvespf the contraeting latt week the feuest his cout in James parties being invited Kev It II Ox si Moorman Arbor day was observed hero by the field of the Christian church will per- Â¬ form the ceremony and Mr and iirs School children they eet out sevuial trees Dcane will take the four oclock Tixas in the school yard Tho marriago bell has been jingling train for a bridal trip East Return ng around here for sometime will gie par- Â¬ they will reside with Mrs Salhu Deme Parrish avenue Owensboro Messenger ticulars next week Mrs John Meador who has been in The FiBlu r Homestead which is locaLouisville the guest of her sister Mrs is from thh cit ted about half a mile Collie returned home Wednesday one of the most picturesque pieces iu the John Meador and Ohas Morris went to Friday evening November Oa county Louisville to watch the election returns Oth the doors of this beautiful country come in but it failed to come the right home were thrown open to the young way people from 8 to 13 When till had ar- Â¬ Missis Lady and Genevieve Clarkson rived the joung ladies were given cards two of Big Springs most popular young by Miss Alllene Murray and Mrs Etta ladles were in Brand inhurg shopping Evans on which were writteu seventeen last Friday and Saturday questions to be answered and the one Mr and Mrs Ben Claikson E W answering them all received the first MIm Mary Moormau and Orvillu Jones T R Moounan Herman Barnett prize T Skillman were the successful ones and Mrs Strother havo all been on the A book was then pasted to cut for the sick list the past week but at tho present nearest number that had been selected writing all are improving for tho booby ptizs Mr Wulter f mart RAYMOND was the lucky one At ten oclock nil werei invited to tho dlnlpe roe in where The following is n report of the Ray Â¬ a most elaborate lunch was in waiting mond school district No 60 for tho sec Misses Florence Cottrell and Faunie ond mouth endli g Nov Oth 1800 Only Smith performed on the piano while those receiving Hie highest grades being dancing and conversations wore in uged given in The reception will long be remem Â¬ Grade V Hiscoo Hendry 08 Win bered by all who wero present Fran Â¬ field Hendry 00 AlbertKpott82 ces Murphy 80 James Avitt 82 Jessie AbPowen Improving Avitt 84 Mr A D Powers was out yesterday Grade IV Hettle Murphy 03 Addle and his condition goes on Improving Knott 83 Author Norton 80 Blanch Col Powers dispatched Mis Powers Hall 80 Oral Coomea 80 Otto Mercer Abs wife last night that his sons mind 00 Grade III Bettle Mercer 03 Mary had so iar Improved that he now know and recoguud the family and friends Belli Mercer 07 Walker Pollock 88 and great hopes are entertained for his Ivy rqulres 03 Gertrude Brown 02 permanent recovery Xtuaboro Meie Willie Avitt 80 Sarah Knott 03 Austin enger brown 85 Grado It Chester Cliappell 81 Oto Qalligtn CitnneUoo ip nl flondy Obi verSuqlres02 Ida Hall 02 Harvey la th oity Shaw 88 It nfro Knott 88 Amy Pollock 8V Gerirudu Ater 01 Georgia Murphy L Â¬ From her distant homo in Nortli Yl kota there came Mrs Sterrettand daugh- Â¬ rt ter Kathoriue Illchard Ilerndon of B ston Maes Mrs Walter and baby of Hopklnnvllle II W and I O Ilerndon of Louisville The spacious dining hall the scene of many a joyous revel wore a festive air and all the delicacies of the season were served In true Kentucky stylo Heart felt thanks were returned that God In His merciful providence had If you will only consult our different departments How nice it is to permitted them after an absence of many havo a pleasant place to trade Have you lately taken a peep years to once again gather around tho in our Clothing Department Shoo Department or old hearthstone and recall the sad sweet Indies Furnishing Department The untold memories of by gone days After linger- Â¬ beauty elegance and dainty wear ing long on reminiscence past My Old can be found to help jou Kentucky Home propend in which all along the road to joined Fresh joung volets mingled wealth with the minor chords of the elder mem- Â¬ If you want to find where the best apples are In tho orchard go to bers and as tho burden of that refrain If you want to know treo which the most clubs He under d ar to the hearts of every Kentuckian where the best and cheapest Clothing is to be found swelltd on tho air feelings too deep for go where the fruit of experience judgment utterance filled all hearts to overflowing We are the people taste lies w lien by spc cal request the elder sister Mrs Sterrettsang with old time melody Pass under the Rod and pathos By previous arrange Â¬ and Juanita ments a photographer was present and in the afternoon a view of the old home and family group was taken also a group consisting of the five brothers and sisters as mementoes of the happy occasion whom all blessings 11 iw All tooHwIftly sped the joyous day Report of Cloverport High School For as the mists of years were lifted from October 1896 happy scenes of yore aud as the length 130 ing shadows were a preludo to tho clos girls enrolled Number 10 ing day they realized that the hour of Number bovs enrolled 1 -245 parting had come at el as lint ds were Whole number pupils enrolled Never forget and always remem Â¬ will jrny you to remember farewells spoken the separa That 210 clasped and Average dally attendance ber that we caTry tlio largest stock and greatest variety in Brandenburg 80 tion was made Bweet by hopes of a greatPer rent of attendance 20 er reunion beyond the stars iu the Fath Â¬ Always receiving new fall styles goods Number cases tardiuess 8 er Home where partings are no more tors Number vli 25 pes Good quality dress ginghams See our fancy plaid dress goods at 15c 80 Average standing of school It Is No Mans Victory and 25c worth Scat 5c ROLL OF HONOIl A full size hatchet 0c New Yoik Sun 50 jci Hiosier cotton worth Cc at 4c Tenth Grade None Saxony yarn high colors only 5c McKinle y and Hobart have been elect Â¬ 50 pes best blue calico worth 5c at 4c Ninth Grade Mary Dean Elizi May Euameld handled curry comb 5c Iirtie McGavock Lafe Behen Joe B ed by a majority which swells gloriously 25 pes bleach cotton o at 5c 1 lot of ladles flioes all kinds and ezes DHuy Wilbur Gregory Walter Oelze as the returns come in Tho full dimen- Â¬ 25 bed comforts our price only 20c some worth 2 1 50 1 00 your choico victory w on yesterday by the 50 pair blauketa take them Jc sions of the Hies Wine Joseph Fallon 75c bars St Louis soap 5c Eighth Grade Gracie Plank Hallie American people caunot bo measure ex1 lot of ladies button shoes only these pint tin cups 5c present time of writing WaifHd Ethel Heron Muriel Gregory actly at the sizes 2J 3 3J 4 w vrth f 1 your choico Christina Baldes Marlon Babbagp David That it is as tremendous as aw eepingand 1 lot children shoes eiz s 5 G 7 at 40o 98c as the occasion demanded 15 pes nice heavy tanton llinnel 5c as conclusive May Waifirld Collins Bernard Carter 125 pair mens 1 boots Wo will sell Sevei th Grade Edna Jaiboe Carl is manifest The country has repudiated 25 pair mens jan pants 50c you at 1 25 Hepudiatorp has warned the promo-Â¬ 1 lot clotht s brushes worth 25u at 10c L nhen David Munay HoviouB ltafferty the 00 do mens white dress shirts at 40c Sixth Grade Grade Geary Mattle ters of revolution to keep their hands off 1 lot hair brushes at 10c 1 lot heavy duck coats Theeu coat aro of our inhtitutions and has oted to 1 lot Wool dress goods woith 35c at Sippel Lessie Newton Graham Alary worth 1 50 but will Bell them at the maintain untarnished the nations honor Lula Oist Nealiu BeavinSpicie Beavin low price of 8c Weardr Graham Jesse Moorman Carl- Â¬ by one of tho most impressive demon- Â¬ strations of honest and patriotic sentiton Gn ory Our clothing department is full of all seasons choico goods and at Fifth Grade Annie Jarhor Iva Wine ment ever witnessed in our history the lowest popeiblo prices Fall capes and jackets at rock bottom prices Â¬ The Eastern and Middle States are sol Clara letter Jamts Cluipin Len Greg price paid for your dried fruit wool chickens feathers OBrien Willis Lewis Allen id by majorities exceeding the expecta- Highest market my Bn We have also added a now grocery department Give us a tions of the most sanguine The group eggs etc Pierte call Fourth Grade Louise Babbage Alary of so called doubtful States In the upper G Gregory Dessie Popham Katie Moor Miesssippl basin are no longer doubtful Itdeigh Fallon James Tebow Thos monumeulal majorities from every one Iran BRANDENBURC KY of them nio tl cir indignant response to Carter Tniid Grade Bay Ile jser Edna Mat- Â¬ the slanderous clasuticatiou The South tingly Dora Pate Julia Wroe Maggie contribute its quota to the list of honor Kremer Theodore Pate Dennis Lewis Encouraging reports come from the nc Uc slope All around there is reason Willaret Logan Arthur Gregory Nov 10 1890 Si cotd Grade Maud Polk Ester Pop for gratitude for n jolcing and for hope Fouii CouusKS Pedagogy Business Scientific Classical Diplo Â¬ ham B stiio McCool Esther Jackson which words can but inadequately ex Â¬ mas grunted in all courses Mamie Graham Ollie Beavin Jennie press The Cumulative method is used in teaching the languages Latin Mabel Harris It is no mans victory It is no partys Greek Gcimau and French First Grade Olto Fallon James Bep victory Under Divine Providencp it is A Special Course for those who wish to prepare for Tcachcts Cer- Â¬ the American peoples triumphant asser- Â¬ tificate In this course the students will be fitted for teachers by actual Mil The e mollnn nt for the month is not so tion of eternal principles of right and work in our MODEL SCHOOL many as lait month but the average truth Special terms to 320 pays tuition for all courses except music those wishing to pay as much as five months tuition in advance daily attendance is four in excess of last PERSONAL Board 200 to 350 per week month Of the 245 pupils enrolled there Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for are but 05 on the roll of honor which Is teaching can make arrangements with the President of the College to about 27 per cent W V Dowmcr went to llerdlniburg Sun- Â¬ attend school here Write for paiticulars at once It will pay you if To entitle a name upon tho roll of day you desire to attend a first class school at a small cost honor a pupil must be prsnt tvery day Huuell IUnklm who hat been ilclc li Im D S RORERTS zr Pres Ilardinsburg Ky Address of the fcohool month of good deportment proving J 11 llunche of Cannelton was In the and make an average scholarship of 75 or FELIX KERRICK Ilardinsburg Ky Da- Â¬ Cunningham who has been visiting at Koine Ind has returned home Mr aud Mrs Hutbert Bruner visited Mr and Mrs T D Brodle last Saturday and Sunday Several from this vicinity attended the Republican rally at Stephensport and heard three eloquent spee dies in behalf of Sound Money Mrs Salllo Frymlre visited Mrs Brodie latt Tuesday In behalf of tlio Wonians which will meet Mhsioi ary Society ni xt Friday evening at 2 oclock Every body is jellifying in this part of the country over the result of the elec- Â¬ tion Well I will modify the expresion a little Mr Jack Frymiro has the blues I feel sorry for him but I cant cry Farmers are through rowing wheat here and the fields are beginning to look green It is to be hoped that they will realz more for their crops the coming year than they hau for tho past few j ears Over the way as I write I can here the cannon booming almost constantly and voices yelling from every direction rejoicing over our grand and glorious election and now let us praise God from news Mrs Maliesa I Its Easy to Go to Housekeeping m Â¬ aJTWJJN JL JLL Â¬ 3 Â¬ lc Â¬ Â¬ EO YEAKEL CO Breelrimldge NORMAL College Second Term Opens Â¬ Prcent city Friday Marlon o ty Tho roll of honor list should be swell Â¬ ed till the Nkws printer would tiro set- Â¬ ting names A Family Reunion November the 1st 1800 was made me Â¬ morable in tberannas of the Ilerndon family by a reuulon of the family num Â¬ bering forty three at the old homestead Oak Hall in Meade county Ky Of the immediate dtcendauts of Richard Monday Ilerndon deceased there were nine liv- Â¬ wai In ing representative five boys and four theMln Eula Miller the of Hardtniburg Alliens gueit of Mln city yctterday girls and many had been tho changes Murray Chai Battel He d and fainlly of Plnovllle since all were gathered under the old There had gone forth from Ky are viiltlng bla mother Mr Thomai nxftreo Satterfleld there fie j yous ringing of marriage Mln Margaret Dowmer left Saturday morn Â¬ bells md the solemn dirge of tho funeral ing for Oweniboro to be the gueit of Mill Young lives had opened and Qeme Uraibear kaell Mr and Mrs Mitten fiullh and ion Wal blossomed into beauty and the frosts of ker Pauley were ueili of Menn Till and time had lain training fingers on the John Pauley lait week T V T Dakar and family of Floral pall Â¬ sinny locks of some of the older mem ed through the city Friday enrouta to liar bers 4 Â¬ lallelit of Henderion wai In the lait week Mr aud Mra Frank Uatei ItaweiTllle we e In the city Sunday J M lloweri wltb G U Ehrmann Candy Co wai in the elty Monday Frank Wayde Otno down Irom Hardlniburg Friday enrnute to Loulivllle V O Dabbage of Ilardlntburg oame down Monday to meet Iter S K llreeding Jene Owen who li with the well know Co wai In the city Arm of Iemte daulbert j2a-- Mvrtvu cczkf9Mrj B00K EEEPINO SHORT HAND TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC -- - VUMo Who desires to better his or her condition in life should writo for tno catalogue or too BRYANT No 400 THIRD BTnEET STRATTON LOUISVILLE b2SSh KY mill linuill n WdT3MMMWmWiMt Mrs Anna Gage Deputy J wife of ft S Kan Marsha dlnibug to viiit relattrei Mra Jamei M ttlngly and daughter Little Mlaiei Hutbanl Oybil will be the gueiti of Mn O II Mattingly for tercrat weeki Golumbus sayst Iwasdoivcred BLUE SPRING HERD ss of TWINS in less than ib mln- - i3IvTy OAIBTOHXA yZ2 tlM mrj Turnt h CI niiiinible htJD lh hrifl Muiibe ab tofurnUh ton female GooJmilkrequlrtd No pefer help while or col rod abor uuibftclory rclcnucecun and coonnoJIoui Icnent hou- be vWca UdU sioJ ptOBla can uenre thie pc Alfif Or I W iOOfE IiyUgton early mJ aliy W r Hff T Kllisl after Uibtp only m scarce I j yy palu -- MOTHERS roil saii uiibai IraprovuJ Ch icr Whl e and Superior xivk Clilu b ed to IVand hlna Swlue fit cither ar Hoar 14 far ow In Novrmtx r I HIW Cy mnnilii 1 Id liarib t to any 1 C irgluerv I- Hramai Ako S I H yuad tl- - a H 1 Rock m My pens eAor t SCB I prUa Mock ml KmSI n Ge and ciinilie catenillv hrel ate from Vcur patronage kind y any fancier a good Mock PPiFHfl uh1 rnn V 01 lre VlrgleiIquris02j Whole number eurolid 52 Altendama for the month 46 M Kebeowi Owisgf Teftchflr DID XOT SUFFER ATTJWtWAaD tVPenlur- Kxirtefrinllon-- rfeeU j of ftrl e 1 lit It brill M iet- belllc Book free 01 IW 1TUNT1 HUiUKILLl KE6CUTeB CO HOLD Ht AM DKUSCUSTS B APAKKS ClaVm M9b Ky Every Saw tested by steam before it leaves the shop Every Saw warranted Workmanship the very beet Prices lower thaa any shop Iu America We want Sawi that other shops have failed on to prove our skill as Saw repair ra Mark your Dime on Saws and seed a letter ot advice u to repairs wanted Address THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS Rockiort W Repairs SAWS of All Kinds 1artlcular attention given to repairing large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Specialty Plie Rockport Saw Works IROOKPORT T3ST3D jk jmAjjS 8 WEDNESDAY m ffffl News 1890 S Now Breckenuidge To The Memory of About Thanksgivings that Halloween Is over the NOVEMnKKll J0 Yeager Another home It lontljr and tad The anjet of death hn appeared And borne nay to another land Another loved one who It now neath the tod Farewell friends and dear relative I thall never tee you more Try to meet me up In htaven Where we thall live to part no more Mourn not for him dear lather The loved ton you thall tee no more Let ut hope he has joined hit mother And infant babct who have gone before In hit last fllneit though he lufleted He wrat gentle and kind And bcre with patience the burden to hard Which God had put upon him Darling wife and little diughter One to mourn and weep for him For he is waiting up in heaven With the babes to let cu In IJ A Scrofula Swelling My little daughter live years old has been delicate all Iter life She was very nervous and irritable and had no appo tito and a lump as large as a hens egg appeared on the side of her neck It would come every few months and would then disappear leaving her weak We concluded to give her Hoods Sarsaparll la Thero was a lump on her neck when she began taking it and when she had taken one bottle it was gone Sho has been llko n different child since then Mrs and nervousness has disappered Jennlo Gamber Uardstown Ky The Produce Market Led by wheat the prices of all kinds of farm produce have been rising for over two months now and the advance is likely to continue It would have been much more marked but for the uncer- Â¬ tainty in tho financial situation which has led money holders to keep a tight grip on their cash and make practically prohibitive loaning rates to those who recognized the upward tendency of things and wanted to speculate upon it The rise in wheat is due to a general shortage all over tho world and an al Â¬ most total failure in a large part of Hin- Â¬ dustan Hindustan usually raises from 210000 000 to 300000000 bushels of wheat a year of which sho exports about 23000 000 bushels Last year her crop was not large only t3 1370000 bushels so that she has no surplus while this year drouths havo extended over the greater portion of the wheat producing area and destroyed all hopes of a crop A famine is imminent and tho British Govern ment is preparing to provide for tho peo pie by starting work on railways and similar cnterpritei by which they can get money to buy food Very large shipments of wheat are be Â¬ ing made from California and Oregon to India and it is expected that these will continue until a new crop can bo raised next year To this failure in Hindustan must he added shortages in nearly all the other principal wheat growing countries Australia which usually exports 25 000000 bushels of wheat is now having to import grain The Argentine Confederation which sends to Kuropo as high as 00000000 bushels will not be ablo to send more than 32000000 bushels this year There is a very great shortage in Itus sin lint thero is no way of arriving at anything like correct figures since statistics is not cultivated as a Bcienco in the dominion of Czar This makes Rus sia the great menace to the wheat mar- Â¬ ket for no one can more than guess what she will send out She has broken prices and ruined everybodys calculations last year by exporting as high as IGOOOOOOObushels It is now believedsho cinnot have more than 300000000 bush Â¬ els all told nearly all of which sho will need at home This view is confirmed by the reluctance of Russian dealers to ship except to fulfill contracts During Septembyr they only sent out 0000000 bushels against 12000000 bushels during the same month last year England which usually buys 200000 010 bushels a year to supplement the r0000000 biiBhels which she raises herself will though her own crop is good have to buy fully that much this year because of the shortage of potatoes and other important crops In Franco the crop is not so good as last year and besides her potato crop which is enormous has fallen very short this year Also barley Germany who buys about 30000000 bushels of wheat a year half of it from the United States and Canada has a poor crop this year with a largo diminution in potatoes so that she will have to buy more grain than usual Austro Hungary which used to be considered the granery of Kuropo has much below an average crop This leaves the United States and Can Â¬ ada tho main reliance of Kuropo for breadstuffs Our own crop is not over two thirds that of tho great yield of 18Jl when it was 012000000 bushels and 00000000 bushels under those of 1691 5 So wo have not a very largo surplus We may havo 123000000 bushels to export but we should get good prices for it Uut wo have an immense corn crop and Europe has been taking very largely of our corn of late years She will take much more titan over In the next few months The American Farmer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ next thing to look forward to in way of a fete day is Thanksgiving In a few days the President will issue his annual proclamation There is a little form to be observed about this It is composed by tho President him Â¬ self which you know is not truo of all state papers and in most instances writ- Â¬ ten out in his own hand When this is done the document goes to the State Department where it is carefully copied in ornamental writing that is almost like engraving on tho official blue paper Tho next thing of that department needed on tho document Is the great This seal is seal of the Goyernmcnt kept by tho Clerk of pardons and com- Â¬ missions and is very carefully guarded under lock and key Its keeper will not get it out without a special warrant signed by the President and au Impress- Â¬ ion of the seal is quite a ceremony in Itself When the proclamation has been thus duly signed and seaedtnany copies are made of it by clorks and one is sent to the Governor of tho Union It is also given out then to tho press agonts who telegraph It all over the United States and in this way tho day is announced Tho Governors as they receive it issue one themselves for their State Tho first proclamation Issued by Presi dent Washington in 17VJ was dated early in October News could not bo telegraphed everywhere in an hour then and the word from tho Executive Man Â¬ sion had to travel slowly so It was got out in plenty of time Washingtons ex Â¬ ample in the way of issuing a proclama- Â¬ tion was not followod by all his succes- Â¬ sors The practice stopped with him and was not revived until Lincoln be camo President Since then however every succeeding President has issued a proclamation and you may expect to see one from President Cleveland in a very few days And there is that funny composition which a boy wrote about Thanksgiving which is worth repeating now that the day is near at hand Thanksgiving was brought over from Kngland by tho Puritan Fathers in the year 1G20 It lias staid here over since On Thanksgiving everybody goes to church in the morning so as to have everything out of the way before dinner Then you come home and hang around a little while and get awful hungry After dinner smelling tho turkey Thanksgiving Is over Â¬ Penalties of Ignorance In onler to rrala i Ijio dangers to health which may arise from neglect of our leaders wtt cannot do Letter than give some consldeiatiott to the Local Government Reports on Food Poisoning Therein may be found every detail from the deadly feast to the subsequent in quiry Tho repetition of cases Is ttuly bewildering There Is the Wholesale Poisoning of a Family j Poisoning of a Wedding Putty tho sausage caso tho brawn case tho pork pie case poison Â¬ ing by sardines tinned meals Ac In theso cases the poison lias not been placed In tho food by any murderous human hand but manufactured in tho damp and dim recesses of the cellar or larmier or in badly closed tins it finds its own way to tho fooJ with all the subtle- Â¬ ty of an invisible agent acting in simple obedience to a natural law To take ono of tho many cases A family who had not a leg of pork for dinner one fcunday wero well on the following day On that Monday one or two members of tho family ate tho cold pork for dinner again and wero attacked with illness from t v n to nineteen houis later Now lu tliu evening of tho same day two other poisons partook of the pork and developed symtoms of poisoning after an interval of only four hours The poison at the end of the day had become more intense as the day wore on const quemly tho supper proved fatal and those two persons died The history of the pig was traced and it was proved that tho animal was healthy und that no one elsd had suffered from eating tho other ptrts of the same pig On tho other hand tho cellar where the coltl pork was kept was found to bo unfit for tho healthy prtseivation of meat and It was observed that milk went quickly sour aud would not keep in tho cellar Lady Priestly in Tno Nineteenth Century Â¬ RETURN THANKS President Cleveland Ittnes the An Â¬ nual Thanksgiving Procla mation Thursday Nov 20 Â¬ Sbtesy to Operate Arc features peculiar to Ttoods Tills 8mall In alio titleless efficient thorough As ono man J The Day Washington Nov 4 Tho President to day Issues the following Thanksgiving Buckleus Arnica Salve Tin Bust Saivk in tho world for Cut Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ blains Corns and nil Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price Foil Salk iiy A R 25 cents per box Fisher IRVINGTON Mrs Cain who has been ill for some days If you want to withstand the evil ef fects of tho coming winters chilly blasts the best precaution is to put your lungs and bronchial tubes in a healthy anil ro Â¬ bust condition by the use of Dr Hells It promotes the free circulation of blood and gives vigor and vitality to tho respiratory organs Where catarrh of the throat or head or any pul- Â¬ monary ailment exists it is necessary in order to overcome these distressing and weakening maladies to feed and strength Â¬ en the inactive functions and there is nothing that does this so thoroughly as It is a does Dr Bells tissue builder through the process of freo and healthful circulation of the blood By its use the system is render Â¬ ed less susceptible to coughs and colds and for their euro there is nothing that equals the genuine Dr Bolls made by tho E K Sutherland Medicine Co and sold by reliable deal- Â¬ ers Â¬ Is much better 1 Â¬ Moremen went to Brandenburg Tuesday to vote Mrs Diyo Henry wlni has been sick for some days is up again Miss Ada Iianks suent Friday and Saturday in Louisville shopping Hon George W J illy spnt Sunday hero the guest of Mr R M Jolly Mrs Bate Washington went to Union Star Monday to be gone several days Miss Sallie Davis of Louisville is with her mother Mrs Henry Davis Dr L Miss Nora Henderson spent Saturday Louisville Live Stock Market Live StocL Journal CATTLE Under a brisk demand the cattle mar ket ruled active and tho average of the trading was about 10c higher than last week Buying favored tho better grades of butchers The best butcher steers sold up 15c to 340 305 and fair to J 3 25 Choice good steers 25c to 275 butcher heifers were In request and ad vanced 15c to 2 75 if 3 23 fair to good 2 75 and extra improved to 2 50 butcher cows sold at 250 fe 3 00 De Â¬ mand was less active for the poorer grades of butchers who were steady at last weeks prices which are quoted above Other grades of cattle were un changed with tho exception of bulls of which a few prime sold up to 2 50 but tho majority of the sales were at 2 00 2 23 Shippers bought freely and tho yards were closed early Tho receipts of cattle wero very light on account of tho nearness of tho election The qual Â¬ ity of tho offerings was inferior Values for calves wero unchanged to- Â¬ day The supply which was liht and of poor quality sold slowly to local butchers and all wero disposed of by tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and Sunday in the country at her old home air iierou oi iiuverpon in spenuing a few days here the giest of Miss Lucy Frank Mrs Dr Reeser of Stithton is visiting her mother and sister Mrs Coleman and Mrs Cain Mrs W E Brown who has been vis- Â¬ iting her parents for some week has returned homo Quite a crowd of young people met at Mr Bate Washingtons Monday night and went possum hunting Everjbody repoits a big timo though I have heard Mr of few possums being caught and Mrs Washington chaperoned the party Mr Chas Redman attended a hallow een social at Guston Saturday night and judging from Charlies countenance Sunday morning the fortuuo told him in regard to his future happiness was very agrecablo and very much to his liking iw Mrs Hcrndon had n family reunion at her home Sunday at which all of the immediate family were present children and grand children how pleasant and yet how sad nro theso gatherings Al- Â¬ most every time we meet there is absent some loved one who has gone to his eternal home since our last coming to gethernnd wo wonder whos next Cancer Of close nous Receipts of hogs were light and of good quality Tho market opened active and ruled strong throughout with prlctB firm at 10c advance upon last weeks closing figures Choice offerings of heavies and mediums sold freely at 3 40 Light brought tho same figures except those weighing less than USIbs which sold as low as 3 25 Local packers wero tho principal buyers Tho yards wero cleared early the Face free Pills Send your address to II E Bucklen A Co Chicago and got a free samplo box of Dr Kings New Life Tills A trial will convince you of their merits These pills are easy in action andaro particular- Â¬ ly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Liver troubles thoy have been proved invaluable They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from evoty deleterions sub Â¬ stance and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowels great- Â¬ ly invigorate the system Regular size 2ic per botte So by A U Fisher Druggist Mrs Laura H Mima of Dawson Ga A small pimple cf n strawberry says color appeared on my cheek it soon began to grow rapidly notwithstand my ing au cuorts to cnecic u eye became terribly was so inflamed and swollen that for quite a while X could not sec The doctors said I had Cancer of the most malignant type and after ex Â¬ hausting their effortb without doing tne FREAK 003 any good they cave When in Â¬ up the case as hopeless Alabama and Kentucky Hem Show formed that my father had died from the same disease they said I must die Their Aversion for Gold as hereditary Cancer was incurable At this crisis I was advised to try OweniLoro Messenger SSS and in a short while the Cancer began to discharge and continued to do A special from Huntaville Ala says Dr 1 II KcUIn President of tho Bry- Â¬ so for three mouths then it began to heal I continued the medicine a while an and Sewall club at Gurleys was pre Â¬ longer until the Cancer disappeared enÂ¬ sented with an egg today with a capi tirely This was several years ago and tal B on one side and 11 to 1 on tho there has been no return of the disease other The egg was brought in from a country precinct by a farmers wife who Cancer is a blood disease and only a did not attach especial importance to it blood remedy will cure it SSS The letters and figures are perfect he guaranteed purely vegetable is a real Uood remedy and never fails to per B belug raised and the 10 to 1 Indented Dr McLaln says no solution will make manently cure Cancer Scrofula Uczetna Rheumatism or any other disease of the the egg shell plastic heuco it is a freak blood Send for our books Blood Diseases of nature When subject to tho Roent-Â¬ ou Cancer and gen rays the epg show that thero is no mailed free to address yelk in it the entire body being silver any white Thero cau bo no doubt about Swift SpeciGc Co Atlanta Ga tho truth of the story as herein told r Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy Â¬ sss proclamation havo token n p 11 till It Is nil over av C I Hood Co By the president of the United Statts Tho people of the United States should rrnprlftors Lowell Mats The only pills to take with Hoods Rarsaparllla never bo unmindful of the gratitude they owo tho God f Nations for bis CLOTH WINDOWS watchful caro which has shielded them from disaster and pointtd out to them ASubititute for Glass Which Never tho way of peace and happiness Nor Ltaks and Will Not should they over refuso to acknowledge Break contrite hearts their proneness to with Windows of cloth instead of glass turn aay from Gods teachings and fol- Â¬ low with sinful prldo after their own de sounds like an impossibility and yet it is reality and tho employment of such a vices To the end that theso thoughts may bo substitute is nn acknowledged success quickened it Is fitting that on a day es- Â¬ It is not ordinary cloth but such as is pecially appointed wo should join togeth- Â¬ translucent through which light comes er in approaching tho thrown of grace just as through glass To all intents and with ptaiee and supplication Therefore purposes this cloth window is similar to I Grovcr Cleveland President of tho the sheets of gnja and lasts ever so United States do hereby designate and much longer while still having just as set apart Thursday the 20th day of tho good an appearance Now tho remarkable feature of this present month of November to be kept and observed as a day of thanksgiving new fabric is that it never leaks does and prayer throughout our land On not break and is nearly one third cheap- Â¬ that day let all our people forego their er than glass A large skylight com Â¬ usual work and occupation aud assem Â¬ posed of tho now substitute for glass bled in their accustomed places of wor Â¬ which has been in constant use long ship let them with one accord render enough to show its worth remains in thanks to the Ruler of the Uuiverso for perfect condition not one cent having our preservation as a nation and our de been spent for repairs Tho material has many advantages liveraicd from every threatened danger for the peace that has dwelt within our claimed for it chief of which is that by boundaries for our defense against dis Â¬ its employment in traiu shods freight ease aud pestilence during tho year that houses largo auditoriums and public huspatsttd for tho plenteous rewards buildings having skylights of largo era the light weight of tho material permits that have been vouchsafed to us And let us through the mediation of of a simple inexpensive and light form Him who lias taught us how to pray im of skylight construction The joints are made Water tight by a ploy the forgiveness of our sins aud a special method used with this material continuttion of heavenly favor Iit us not forget on this day of thanks- Â¬ The translucent fabric consists of trans- Â¬ giving the pjor and needy aud by deeds parent material spread over sheet wire of charity let our offerings of praise be cloth with twelve m shes per inch made more acceptable in tho sleht of tho which gives the panels a flexible and elastic quality permitting Its ajustmont Lord Witness my hand and the seal of the to any shape that the roof structure may Uuited States which I have caused to be take owing to the expansion and cor hereto affixed Done at tho City of traction of tho framework The fabric Washington this fourth day of Novem Â¬ is strong and is made in panels 18x30 ber in tho year of our Lord ono thous Â¬ Inches in slzo and can carry a weight of and eight hundred and ninety six and ovor four hundred pounds per square of the independence of tho United States foot It might bo naturally assumed that of America tho ono hundred and twenty the translucent qualitits of the fabric first would bo much infoiior to that of glass GiuveuClevkhnd By tho Piesident but a careful comparison has shown RiciiAiti Olnky that the amount of light which it trans- Â¬ Seal Secretary of Suite mits equal that of ribbed glass ono quarter of au inch thick As it is treated The True Remedy with a special preparation tho fabric is 111 W M Repinp editor Tiskllwa Wo wont keep house impervious to cinder or even hot coals Chief savs without Dr Kings Now Discovery for dropped upon it and will burn only Consumption Coughs and Colds Ex when set fire at the edges Even then perimented with many others but never the llames make slow progress thus got tho true remedy until we used Dr furnishing timly warning Another argument in its favor that it Kings New Discovery No other rem edy can take its place in our home as in is greatly superior to even the finest it we havo a certain and sure euro for glass as a covering for art galleries and studios for the reason that it will never Coughs Colds Whooping Cougn etc is idle to experiment with other rem- Â¬ leak and therefore serves as a perfect It edies oven if thoy are urged on you as protection to tho valuable works of art just as good as Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ Sometimes a heavy deposit of snow ery They are not as good because this serves to crack tho strongest glass sky Â¬ remedy has a record of cures and besides light and often injuries paintings and is guaranteed It never fails to satisfy tapestries beyond restoration Cincinnati Trial bottle free at A R Fishers Drug Inquirer Store Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic cures chills and makes you well again The Majority Rules No mistake should bo mado about the It rids you of having thorn and builds up The man your strength It is pleasant to take and result of Tuesdays election who misinterprets it ought to bo hasten Â¬ gives you a warm delightful feeling all ed off to the nearest asylum for the in- Â¬ over instead of the miserable shivering sane The people of the United States It is good for tho stomach too aud pep havo voted for McKinlosm and some Â¬ permint is the best thing in the world for the bowels Avoid bitter quinine thing else That something else is the declaration pills that may make you deaf and have of Mr McKiuley that higher tariff taxes always handy in the house a bottle of will give the people more money This Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic Its being so Tho Constitution hopes for the guaranteed sake of tho people aud tho country BUILT FOR A CHI0AQ0 LASS whose interests are of more importance than those of any party that the out- Â¬ come of McKluloys election will bo tho A Playhouse Which Cost the Round Sum restoration of prosperity that good of 3000 times will take thoplace of hard times New York Timet that tho volnme of buslnes will rise to A little girl out in Chicago who has its old level that mills will be orened aud now ones built that our commerce a very rich and independent father is the will bo largely increased that our rail- Â¬ owner of the most beautiful and com- Â¬ ways will be lifted out of bankruptcy plete doll houso probably that over was that wages will be raised and that a new built It stands on the lawn of our own and keen demand for labor will take the home and built of brick with a tiny placo of the present depression tower and cupola it looks exactly llko a The Constitution even goes so far as to email copy of any fashionable residence hope that Mr Uauua who has managed A llight of stono steps lead up to tho bo successfully to convinco tho voters of front door which is of solid oak beauti- Â¬ the country as to the merit of McKin fully polished and provided with an elec- Â¬ leylsm has found or invented some new tric bell to announce callers On the scheme whereby all tho economic doc- Â¬ door which is four feet high big enough trines that held sway for so long will be to admit a gopd sized child is a polished some scheme silver plate with tho name of the little shown to be utterly fals whereby the people may be prosperous owner written upon It Once inside the on a shrinking and contracting volume delights of the placo would rejoice any of currency some scheme whereby fall- Â¬ little girls heart The hallway is finish Â¬ ing prices and shrinking property values ed in hard wood and is lighted by a shall be the notes and tokens of abun Â¬ small gas lamp hanging from the coiling umbrella and hat racks stand there and dant prosperity If the tariff is to bo built mountain pretty portieres separate it from the In this handsome room the high tho people have already indorsed parlor it if bonds are to be issued the govern furniture Is all of white brocaded silk ment notes canceled and retired and the It has a beautiful mantel covered with handsome ornaments a real gas chande- Â¬ national bankiug system perpetuated let all who would oppose these measures lier besides loyely little lamps on tables bear in mind that a msjorlty of the Tho dining room lias sideboards and American people have spoken and their china closets tho kitchen only tlnyand and the bedrooms are fitted up in the will should be law In this election tle people have not most complete manner As the ceiling We may think they have are six feet ten iuches high the rooms voted blindly deceived themselve but that is a right are plenty big enough for tho little and a privilege that is always reserved to owner and her friends to play about in Lively dolls from Paris make up the them The government Ja theirs and if they family including handsomely dressed choose to turn it over to the money pow- Â¬ dolls as ladies in the parlor a cook doll er that is their aflair altogether and in the kitchen baby and nurse dolls in they should he allowed to et joy the re- Â¬ the bed rooms and waitress dolls in the sult It Js too late for the minority to dining room The bouse and fitting and family cost make any seriotui protest They had that opportunityduring the campaign over 3000 and do you know that there aud they made the most of it They are is no more real fun to bo had out of it now expected to abide with such com- Â¬ than from the lovoly doll house many placency as Is heirs to command this girls make out of soap boxes new experiment in republican govern Â¬ ment TllfU- Let us hope that it will all turn out 11111 IN -- SZSJ t a TWT SlfUtttf for the best Atlantic Constitution VvV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ silili Hoods YoinrtcrUnnWyai three and four year old Ben Davis apple trees at 3 per 100 All other apple trees from two to three 400CO JJV lOxjLXvJtl i PeIs years old at 5 cents each Pear Plum Peach trees at 7 per 100 and Cherry trees 25 cents each Will deliver at the above prices for cash Address WE S ASHBY OLOVERPOET KY J 0 BOURNS J M TJARPKR DANIKL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKStfirCOT x A Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl E KY STOCK YARDS mnrVrt and nnrs Is tho brut homo to dhln to Wo mnlio liberal ad Thl In thn vancea on consignments Besides wo bavo better facilities than other houses In having many largo factories to supply Wo get you tho top prico nnd pay spot cash uot In trade Mo traveling agents Ship all your wool aud farm produce direct to ll WOOL WOOL KY 110 Third Street or 813 to 310 Murroll Court HERNDON CARTER CO LOUJQVILIil E4 ZWH DAY RATES m The rruef tontr llu located h0bi in th-- city M XL HSiSl0UI8YfLLEKY Overreached Himself lrom the Lewlston Me Jou n That story of a Caribou potato raiser who refused an offer ol 48 cents a barrel for elev n barrels of potatoes declaring that he would havo 5 or nothing for the load is matched by a yarn that comes from Grand Lako Stream of a man who recently went after a calf that he had pastured out all summer and asked what Well says he owed for pasturing the farmer Ive Rot a bill of 7 against you but I will take the calf and call it No settled providing you are willing I will not do was the answer Sir hat b it I will tell you wl at I wi 1 do You keep tho calf two weeks longer and you can have her The TAILOR Will be in Clover- port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with J H Hunsche Casper May Co CANflELTON INI BANK 07 HAHDnTSBTJEG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 B F BEARD John It McLeans Great Newspaper Without a single exception there is beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer or a more successful publisher than its proprietor Mr John R McLean The old time prices for the Daily Enquirer have been maintained and its circulation largely increased each year hard times and cheaper jour- Â¬ nals failing to arrest its onward march and high appreciation of the public for its true worth and merit The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at So cents a year and its circulation increased by the addition of over the most 200000 new subscribers substantial and coveted testimonial a publisher could desire When asked for the secret of such success Mr McLean frankly answers The Enquirer has no opinions to force upon its patrons it simply prints the facts and tells the truth that the reader may form his own opinions By maintaining the price of the paper more news and greater variety can be furnished and every class of business interests catered to which a cheaper journal cannot afford The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large makes it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and en- Â¬ terprise in minor matters as well as those of greater magnitude 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