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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ttiaiii f j jit ifnftai I J ar4HiuwlvHl TJdLK A-j- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 1896 NO 19 wouTiurt lefir nothln or sot down by the old open Franklin stovo which was tho first improve Â¬ ment on tho flroplnco wo ever had nn didnt cousumo so much wood an eivo myself up to n good solid rest Sally sho bustled about to git dinner nn I knew it would bo A good one for sho wns tho best housokcepcr iu tho town of Well along nbout noon Ilamblotou Lizbeth Ann their only dartor como in nn invited us out to tho big dlnin room whero tho table was sot Now Lizboth Ann wns what yo might call an old maid boiu then about GO or thereabouts nn was fidgettlern n sottlu hen allors havin fcomo sort of n head ache or criok in hor back or sometliin of tlmt kind but sho was as good as tho avrago old maid anywhere nn real it VOL XXI Home in the Tropics IN f- THANKSGIVING WEST DAY THE INDIES How a Scotchman Entertained a Yankee Turkey With the Temperaturo at Ninety Parrot Polple Tho Experience of a Naturalist Far Away Over the Sea by tho Author tlmt you say A stranger hero ami siok with fever Lot ino liavo a look at liim It was u strong henrty voico that I heard on llio other sido of ICopyrlght 1800 Whats tho partition separating xny small bedroom from tho living npartmcut of tho Widow Highama boarding houso It was brisk nnd breezy and yot so long had I lain there on tho hard hot bed in that littlo stifled room raokod with pains and at times unconscious that I thought it must bo but a part of my dnily delirium in which I dreamed of aft breezes and fields of sweet scouted Lino But it was no delusion this timo lor tho owner of tho voico burst opon tho rickety door and entered my room Ho was a big and stalwart Scotchman florid of complexion nnd brusque of manner whom 30 years in tho West In Â¬ dies had mellowed into n perfect typo of Jila class Ho was the mannger of n largo sugar plantation down tho coast haviug hundreds of black laborers un der him and oxercising autocratic sway over his huniblo dependents hence his rough nnd ready manner hence his ten- Â¬ der heart which prompted him to soek an interview with a perfect stranger of whom ho had never heard tho name 3ven till that very day Pardon mo sir ho said as soon a ho caught sight of my prostrate form but I hoar you have boon a month ill nnd tho doctor tells mo yoa need a chnugo of air Now I huvo couio to tako you down to my estate Tho steamer starts at 2 It is now 11 Can yoa be ready to go with me I dont know I nnswered feebly It is very kind of you but I havo not been on my feet for nearly n month Very well then its settlod Ill scud my boy in to gather up your traps Dont yon movo till ho gets his arms around you Leave it all to mo and him I know just how you feel its an exertion to think The pussngo from my sickbed to tho little coast steamer wuk u blank but tho sea breezes revived mo nnd by tho timo wo had arrived opposite th cstato of Rutland Vale my now friends plantation I was nblo to walk with an as sistant at either arm A couple of horses wcro in waiting I was helped into tho middle of ono of thorn and then sup ported to tho great houso which was about half n niilo from tho lauding Thoro wo wcro welcomod by a hand Â¬ some motherly woman tho ohoory con Â¬ sort of my hospitublo host and I was mado at homo at onco Through the hoitso nnd around the veraudus romped a troop of children of ages varying from 8 to 12 years n blithe ome merry lot who were for the moment ruther abash- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wd DONE MEK MO WUK FEU OLK KIGQEB WOMAN they could readily upprccJato tho signif icance of this rendering unto tho Giver of nil good heartfelt thnuks for tho bounties of tho year It isn good old custom snid my host slapping mo heartily betWeru tho shoulders and if its good for tho Yankees vly isut it good for the Fiotchmcn loo Gad woll havo n celebration of our own What say yon mother II- vn n any fat tur Â¬ keys in tho pin without tnrkey I understand is liko n Boston Sunday without beans Isnt it so young man I assured him that ho had hit rather near the truth of it nud that tho two mado a good combination turkeys being an American product nud beans derivod Indirectly from Scotland itsolf But I nddod if you havont any turkeys guinea fowl will do a lino plump guinea pullet isnt to bo sneezed at served brown and with its own sauce That is so but woll havo the tur Â¬ keys yes and tho guiuons too And whats the matter with your taking your gun up into tho woods aud trying for u few braco of wild pigeons Par- Â¬ rots too aro mighty good aud tho woods nbovo the spring head are alivo with thorn That proposition met with my approval for it was to study the birds of tho island that I had coino to St Vincent nnd it was whilo hunting n raro bird on the mountain top and living in a cave tho while that I had contracted tho troublesome fever which came so near to carrying mo away from all tho haunts of birds as well us of men The day beforo tho dute sot for Thanksgiv Â¬ ing just at the breaking of a glorious dawn I set oil mounted nu ono of the plantation ponies for tho high woods abovo tho sources of tho river that flowed through Rutland Valo An intelligent colored boy went along its guido and kept paco witli my beast us hu climbed tho steep path iuto tho mountain forests Beneath tho great trees after tho forest was reached where tho wood giants threw out their broad arras 100 feet nud in or o nbovo our head we tied tho pony and ascended tho ridgo where it was too steep for him to travel Hero tho palms am gum trees seemed to bo alive with pigcous nud parrots the foriuor tho great blue pigeons called there rainier aud inhabiting the higher trco tops It required most careful bush- Â¬ whacking to get within shot of them nnd sharp eyes to detect them on their elovatcd perches on tho topmost twigs of tho treos against tiio sky Bat beforo tho sun proclaimed the hour of noon 14 pigcous luy on tho ground at my feet and 4 parrots These latter being lnrgo and wary valuable alike for their flesh and their feathers wero a species en tirely distinct from any others in tho world and consequently vory desirable an museum specimons In fact beforo I yiolded thorn up to tho sablooook at tho great house I stripped their rainbow hued jackets oil and proserved them in nrsonio by tho taxidermists art regard ing their meat as a consideration entirely secondary Returning to tho houso exhausted but clatod wo wero greeted with uproarious glee by the children who had also been out foraging Thoy had Locn wndiug in tho rivor and had brought out from the river bed twoscoro largo and wriggling crawfishes Moreover thoy had met witli a small army of laud crabs nud had broughtiu us many as they could carry of these 11 ore o looking but savory moated monsters And thoy had found a guinea lions nest under tho bamboo thicket by tho bend of the river witli more than a dozen eggn whioh they had appropriated and a wild cashew troe full of fruit tho nuts of which Auutio Judo was going to roast for thorn aud a grafted maugo trco witli just tho most delicious golden inongocs aud n hog plum troo purplo with fruit aud and soon For moro thaji 16 minutes thoy all jabbered to- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DEAtltSO rITWEEN THEM A OIOANTIC TLAT ThlU sturdy stock To our pilgrim ancestors oct n the verannn potn r Ullng mo oT their wonderful portion ot i in n It win yurs ago li- - I Mill recall tho ml ventures and foriuuato finds Nothing to do but must go with thnn to the delicious frirrr co i f the night air I can Hill i i memory i co tho nocturnal cookhouse where Auntie Jude tho old vnmplris sweeping in nud out tho nls bhirk cook was fuming and iiwcuring at the unwonted accumulation of wild pcro trcei unci yet hear tho subdued provisions all heaped upon her nt cico cries of ti o night birds In tho hills bo mid unexpectedly Wha all dls about hind the valley And mingled with the she grumbled as thongh sweet scents of tho tiopio night thcro Tanksitlbiu to hcrsolf as she saw mo coming Bono como to mn now oven after tho lnpso of many jcrs tho savory odors of that mek mo wnk fcr olo nhger woman Ain no Tauksgibln fcr uobuddy ouly Thanksgiving feast in tho farawoy is Fkkd A Obeh do Bnokras Dys do ones fo gib land over tho sea tnnks not wo uus Wo do nil do wuk wuk wuk Doy gits nil do grub Economy Hollo Auntie I said cheerfully Yon seom to havo n lot of game on hand today IIopo it isut going to make you too much trouble Tomorrows Tliniiksgiving you know Wo wont ono of thoso parrot potpies such as you used to mnko when you cooked for the governor She pursed hor fat lips up for a retort uncomplimentary but I just slipped n dollar iuto her greasy palm aud her features underwent a lightiiiugliko chnugo of expression Oh no mo massa Ain no troublo tall Mo likes to do do Tnnksgibln God blew yo massa Honh yo Ebo i t rTi WjWP71 ncozer yo1 Horatio I Como honh quick Step libely now Ono ob yo pluck dom Jack Now Dick ns this is Thanks pigcous Tudder ono shuck dem crab an dem crawfish Gut lionp ob tinga giving day supposo wo huvo somo tniuo toe do bofo tormorror by sun up shos duck and Dick Hold on I How much will thoy youso bawn Higgors There wero toil and turmoil oil night Stick yen for that Jack Two dollars and a half long in the smoko begrimed cookhouso Dick Whew Lets get a wild duck but in tho morning as fat old aunty nnd tamo It ourselves emerged with tho ooffeo and crnokors her faco was shining nnd her head neatly done up in a freshly laundered bnudsuun A Chicago Cunvenuttlon of more hues than n rainbow ever dared Mrs Livewuyte Havo yon over bocp disport sinco tho timo of Noah nnd tho to Niagara Falls Mrs Hampack flood Sho was as neat as a pin and Mrs Hampaok Dont I always go hor long train of sablo hucd half naked attendants of all ages frqm 0 to 10 thcro on my bridal tours Now York tiuuday World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V AT THE FAMILY Though Miirimr Iuhko k flOWtTH BOARD villi ItuvcrdnronrU And Ihiito n ro the Urdu that luiulo vocal tho bower Thouiili iMivciuf tho autumn aro scattered nnd Kmr Wo hall thin in happiest day of tho year For onco moru wu urn met benonth tho roof- - tn e Where ii portiil In childhood a Innocent rIpo Hut nlui thero nru somo that joined In the piny Can never moro meet us onThnnkoRlvlnKday for tho living n nlidi for tho dead TH utcUns replnliic for plemmro thats flod Bo let na he hupp forwathi red onco more Thank Uud for Mn bounty and aso to do- Hut inllcH t-- with scrupulous care They were dusted every day nnd polished twico n week and each pieco had its history which to repeat iu this connection would nbsorb n deal of timo nud space In tho southeast corner of tho room always sat tho daughter Hitty whom I invurlably ad- Â¬ seems to mc Hint I havo nover seen such n oheorful sunny room sinco in nil my wanderings about tho earth Tho sun illumined cvory corner nnd lighted every nook In tho southwest comer wns tho bowfnt whero tho dishes mainly of china nnd brought from over sen by tho sturdy Ellsha on his vnrlous voyages wcro nrranged nlcst It days but Sol id Â¬ Â¬ ploro Though our lives havo bntn checkered Ilka April day With Hunshtno nnd hhidow In fitful display blowings rcnmlnlng aro moru thnn wo Tho loHt sympathizin Should wo value our griefs coxt at their greatest Lm ti n At our family lioirl then let Joy only rtlgn Where p mnts nnd children woro met onco agnln Lot us llvn oer tliupast forget nil our sorrow Do Joyous today oen though grief como tomorrow vl I For pture linn nnd henllli nud n bountiful Htore milt pes Whilo thnnklnit tho Olver tho waif ut our dour With us will rejoice that ItsThnnkHglvlngda And feel as It sorrow had faded away N Macdonaid THIRTEEN AT DINNER A SEW KXaiANI lUUUMSCrJME ICopyrlght 1000 T ed ut tho coming of a stranger Out only for tho moment and they soou swarmed nver their father and hyly greoted his ompaniuu whilo expectantly awaiting tho doling out of tho goodies ho bad brought tlium from tho town Ton of them all sound ni roaches jvery ono said tho happy father na ao picked up an armful and pranced Batcomo iu Hero about the veranda Is yonr room Gut iuto bod now and dont you got out till I tell you to Siuco Ive usurped the doctors phico von must obey my orders you under- Â¬ stand Lio there quietly whilo I go and get yonr medicine My good friends houso was situated on a goutle knoll in tho center of a vast cstato in a boautiful vnlloy midway bo twreu tho coast and mountains of the St Vincont What with tho incense breathing air tho nourishing food and tho various beverages which were offerod my mo uLdor tho guiso of modicinos convnlescwico was rapid and within two works I was out and about Three woeks after my arrival whioh was on I rode over tho tho 1st of Novombor plantation with my host ns ho inipect od tho operations of ills luborors and rambled in tho woods of tho lower hills with my gun A letter received from homo about thin timo rt mindod me that the old folks wcro about preparing for the am uual Thaukxgiviug and this fact hav ing been casually mentioned to my friend they were curloas to know the why and wherefew of tk New Eng land feast Aa thev tfatselvM wwJif similar Â¬ SPECIFIC FOR SCROFULA Since childhood I have been nflUcted with scrofulous boils nnd sores which caused mo terrible suffering Physicians wero unablo to help me and I only grew worse under their care At length I began to tako AYERS very soon grew bet-ter After using half n dozen bottles I was completely cured so that I havo not had a boil or pimple on any part of my body for the last twelvo years I can cordially recommend Ayers Sarsa parllla as tho very best blood purifier O T Hkiniiakt in existence Myersville Texas rW h vii Sarsaparilla nnd AYERS H TH pSaraparilla Pacini cursi rwJw ud M THE ONLY WOSLSa MIX Aytrs Chwrj wero us cicnn ns a rouso mi tno river could mako them Breakfast was excellent but it was merely u preliminary spread to the dinner which was served at sunset just ns old Sol tipped us a laBt wink beforo ho sank red and glowing from his all day jouiuey be neath tho waters of tho Caribbean sea Tho tablo was set out on tho broad vo rnnda near a sweet scented frangi panni and lighted with great candles shielded from tho evening brcczos by hugo glnss cylinders Tho youngest of thochildren had been put to bed but thoro wcro half n dozen left who guzed expectantly upon tho array of glass aud silver uud behaved liko born princes of tho blood Asido from our own family thuro wero three poor neighbors who had soen bettor days and a trombliug old man n pen- Â¬ sioner upou the bounty of my host After all wero seated our entertainer rose and proposed tho health of tho pros idont of tho United States along with that of tho queou of England to whom tho colony of St Viucout held alle giance This was drunk with a will in punch mado from tho planters own rum limes nnd sugar Thou at a signal from tho hostess tho sablo procession which had Individually been peeking in nt all tho doors aud windows was formed between tho cookhouso uirf the tablo First thero camo in n solemn faced tot of 0 or 10 yours bearing on her head an immense turcou containing crab soup n la Rutland Valo Sho was closely followed by a dozoa other tod dllngs oaoh with n dish and a spoon which thoy deposited in front of oach person and doftly removed when no longer required Tiioy had been vol coached by tho cook aud performed thoir duties with admirable oxactitudo not making a single mistake Like a procession nf woolly headed two legged black ants they niarchoi in and out one lino bearing food tho other empty plates and platters At last thero was n most extraordinary bustle among tho servants and tho lino of waiters divided right and left while two of tho largost darky boys marched between their dusky rauks Eaoh ono bore himself with an air of exaggerated importance each ebon faco was illuminated with a gorgeous grin composed of vermilion and ivory white and eaoh boro aloft held high abovo his woolly pato a dish of vast dimensions with a crust atop of nppotlzlng crispiucss Thoso wore tho pies the interior of one being composed of tho pigeons I had hot tho other of tho parrots After thoy had been deposited tho grinning waiters hastened back to tho cookhouso and soon roturnod bearing botween thnm a gigantic platter upon which brown and toothsome and garnished with sprigs of parsley lay n handsome turkoy Close behind this interesting group waddled old Auutio Judo herself parrying a smaller plattor containing a pair of guinea fowls thoir rloh brown bosoms bursting with tenderness Bat I have no space for dotaila It wan a foast fit for the gods And when It wo all over six friend aRd I sat a -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HANNA NEVErC SAID IT lie IIhk Not ltefmed tu ltecoliiu MclClii- lt y hr crutury of th Trviuury Cleveland Nov 10 Mr M A Hainia was seen by a reporter who tried to get from him n statement regarding tho gossip connecting his iiunio with a cabinet position Your name has been used in connection with tho secretaryship of tho treasury said tho reporter Will yon muko an authoritative statement with referonco to it No I will not discuss it at all was tho reply But somo of tho newspapers havo snid that you had declured you would accopt no oillco I dont remember over having said anything of tho kind Bat you wero so quoted Well I cant help that was tho ro ply This evening Mr Hinna will be ban queted by a number of his friends nt the Union club Tho ntruir is to bo ex- Â¬ clusive Notliintr has been mado trablio about tho program and it is said that no ono but the members of tho club who aro invited will bo admitted Jluuy Over lllrl Huntingdon Pa Nov 0 During a drinking bout between Italians at Rob ertsdale a mining town in tho lower part of this comity lato Saturday uight Petor Venzolona was brutally mur- Â¬ dered His slayers Lewis Lvwrenco and Daniel Clieraz and Chilian and AlÂ¬ exander Venaco wero lodged in jail hero last night Tho alleged murderers nsed iron pins aud stoned on their vic-Â¬ tim whose head was literally beaten into iv jelly Jealousy over u girl is said to havo promoted tho crime Iliiulue In Iuilln Bombay Nov 0 Tho Earl of Elgin viceroy of India speaking at a bauqnot at Ahvar on the famine outlook Kiid that recent news from tho Puujab nnd the northwest provinces was somewhat reushuring Tho fact that the Punjab hail not yet felt the need of relief works showed that tho distress wns not yet aouto Tho measures adopted iu the northwest pro luces had encouraged tho peonlo who wero facing thobituation creditably and hopefully THEinHRPME A WAGON Octogenarian ami III Wlfu Drlro lrom Wrtt Vlrulnlu to Duyton O Saturday Hamilton O Nov U night at u Iuto hour a ramshackle wagon was noticed along tho hydraulic race Upou in neur tho station houso vestigation it was found that nu aged couplo occupied it Tho hasbaudwas 80 and his wife 73 years old They were on route to Dayton where thoy said they had a sou living They caiuu front Yirgiuiu aud had beou on the road for more than 13 weeks Up- Â¬ on their arrival hero thoy were penui less but wero taken euro of by tho mayor and sent ou their woy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1im1 ry Kimble dropped dead at Manchester tot night immediately after firing u cannon at a RepubUoau jollification West Union 0 Nov Turing Celebration 0 Mrs Hid her mother with forbidden luxuries Not that Hitty over spoko of it but sho looked it wrowing hor cold ginilot eyes into me as much ns to say I can rco right through you deceitful boy Sho was ever engaged iu binding shoes nt which work her mother assisted for tho houso aud old fashioned garden wero nil tho dead Elishn had left them when ho went away on that last voy age from which he never loturiied and their utmost endeavor sufficed only to keep tho wolf from tho door But their table oven if it wcro sparsely dotted with entahlcs when thoy took their frugal meals always had a snow white cloth and chimy cups uud sauccrs plates and silver polished until they mirrored everything in tho room It was a delight to sit nt that littlo table and I felt highly honored whenever I was invited to do so aunt or uncle Twnnt always liko this Benny It seemed to me when I becamo old enough to leason that I had been born chirped Aunt Mary Lisher as I drew up into a community composed entirely of my chair to tho cheerful tea tablo ouo Twnnt always sieh a rotations moru or less remote but when evening I had at hist successfully wrestled with littlo tublu as this When poor Lihher tho probli m I found that our family was alive wo ued to eat in thu big room Yo aint was not connected by marriago with any tother side thu chimhly otiier iu the village I mention this iu never seen that big room havo yo No passing merely that tho reader may nn praps yo never will for its only not bo plunged into tho genealogical open for veddins an funerals There slough in which I wallowed until extri- Â¬ wont bo no moio weddins Imnfcard cated Aunt Mary Lihher then wns in my family for Hitty dont seem to be of tho marryiu kind nu I feol feomo not my aunt at all but an adoptive rel ntivo as it were However that mado how ns though Im goiu to livo for over no difference in tho eyes of childhood Lor mother what talkl said which accepts tilings ns it finds them I uud nsks no impertinent questions of Hitty witli scvero countenance tho gods who bring gifts in thoir hands shd think yod bo afraid to mako light Aunt Mary Lishcr was a littlo worn of serious things Tho Lord gave an and wrinkled old woman witli a kindly tho Lord tnkcth away An blessed bo tho liiuno of tho faco from which pcored two bright Lordrojoined Aunt Mary Lisher rev- Â¬ black eyes and a form bent nearly dou I aint makin light of serious blu with tho infirmities of years Sho erently was soniowhcro between 70 and 80 years things Hitty Of courso Ill go iu his of nge when I first know her but if I good time but it aint nothiii to worry had been asked at that timo I should over Better laugh nu mnko merry whilo wo live Benny thats my motto havo said sho was nt least 150 When I was yor ngo now but how old My first acquaintance with Aunt Mary Lishcr was you may say n sym- Â¬ aro ye boy Im IU next month pathetic ono dating from a certain day Thirteen Well that nint so very whon I saw hor iu my fathers shop It was tho oulinary country store iu old just in yer teens nn tho whole world beforo yo Dear mo Thirteen which besides tho common grocories was carried a small Rtock of bottled thats the number that ot down to tho medicines essence and such liko no- Â¬ big mhogny table in tho room tother tions It seoms that Aunt Mary Lishcr sido tho chimhly tho very last time had ono or two infirmities in addition your poor father was with us Hitty to thoso which people of her ngo gener Â¬ Its an unlucky number thoy say an I ally carry sho was addicted to the uso know tis Yes indeedy sho muttered draw of opium nud tobacco Aud ns her ing out and filling her pipe which lay blood relations had decided antipathies against tho drug unci tho weed in a concealed behind tho lamb Then there vicarious way they had forbidden all was silence for n fow minutes whilo stores uud shops iu tho township to sup- sho stuck her bond up tho chimney nnd ply the old lady with her tipple and bor refreshed hcrsolf with a fow whiffs of smoko Tho shifts sho wns driven to iu tho weed That was tho ouo thing that Hitty insisted ou that hor mother obtaining them for get them sho did wcro sometimes pitiful to witness nud should not soud the smoko out into the Its bad enough to smoke sho from perhaps an innate sympnthy with room thout smolliu up a the under dog iu n light I took sides complained If yo must do it mother with her us against her relatives nnd whole house And so my worthy patent So it happened that then smoko up tho chimhly whenever I was on duty iu tho shop tho poor old soul thrust her head up tho aud Aunt Mary Lisher would como as flue whero tiio draft was sometimes strong enough to sot her fow remaining sho nlwins did twico a week ostensi bly to purchaso nu ounce of ten or half hairs all aflutter uud extracted consolan ponid of sugar sho w out homo much tion f lom hor beloved pipe During this interval of quiet sho was collecting bor happier than if my father hud been bo thoughts whioh took the trend of rom hind tho couuter 13 It may not soem then at all uuroa iuisconco suggested by tiio numbor sho That aint the only timoiiolthor souublo that Fha should hold a reciprocal insisted shaking the ashes out of tho pipo What makes mu thiukso is that air Thanksgiviu dinner that I was in vited to up to Cousin Izrys I aint never buu up thero souce but Im miudodof it an wliut follercd Setup lioro by tho fireplace Benny nu Ill tell yo nil about it Then yo can do as yero a mind to about Lwliovin in un lucky signs uii numbers Yo sco my cousin Iirry Hodges ha lived up nt Hambletoii where ho bad ono ot tho best farms In thu county Ho married young nu he set to work liko all pos sessed to mako a liviu ut farmiii An AUNT MAKV MSIIKUS HOME ho made it too nu ho raised us likely affection for ono who ministered to a 0 famhy as any iu that town Liws Mike mother do go on with cherished though depraved appetite What was it bout that nud tlmt I was n welcome guest at tho yor itory old houso ou tho Glostor road It still Thunkfcgivin dinner nuywny Now Hitty dont yo Intorrupt mo stauds with its paneled cliimuoy aud overhang second story nsguiltloss of If yo dont wuut to listen why jost go out nu net ou the back step Woll ns I paint or whitewash as when first erected over 200 years ago Iu the cowyard ad Â¬ was sayiu Cousin Izry ho sent down jacent its living contemporary an olui Hie old carryall for us nu we went up troo with spreading brunches nnd as to Ilamblotou to pond tho day Twos graceful us in youth protects tho an- Â¬ cool mi emp but thero want no snow cient well sweep which supplies the ou tho ground that Thanksgiviu sait tvo had good wheelin all tho way houso with water Tho living room was ns it should When we got there Cousin Sally sho havo been tho brightest and tho suu- - run right out an seemed like shed jest devour us she was so glad to see as Coma right in nu sot down said shot make yersolves right to hum Cousin Mary we aint goin to make no strau IlM tlalU tiff gor of yo I wanted to tako hold an tUMM help for I was straight jy atjro t rjiom moro of Elishn Dewbory nud who lived with her daughter Hitty iu tho old house on tho Glostor road Tho Covo was very full of old folks but not all of them wero thus mado appellatively distinctive only tho salt of tho earth There for instance wero Aunt Nancy Ben Aunt Uotsoy Isrul Aunt Mary Sam Aunt Abigail Richard aud so on every ono n leliet of somo good man long sinco departed for tho Covers did not believe ill a surplusago of words iu their daily speech and so in stead of haying Mary tho widow of Elishn they lefeircd to her us plain Mnry Lishcr rfllxiug to her own pno lioincii that of her deceased husbaud Thoso good people who were still blessed with conjugal partners wero addressed without tho distinguishing preilz of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Evcrybtyiii Misery Covo knew Aunt Mnry Lisier relict lor CO years and by tho AuthorJ THE IUFFhT dressed ns Miss Mehitablo sho was so prim nud severe even and upon whom her C5 years or so sat nouo too lightly I hnd also guilty henso of sin at my hearts depths for conniving to furnish somcthiii tho matter with ye But thero wus tho big table all n shinin with silver nu deeroted with green stuff with red berries somo of Lizbeth Anns work who allers had n sort of haukcriu nrter nator as sho called it an with n big gobbler turkey nt both cuds Iu tho center was such n strnppiu big roast for Cousin Izry did n littlo butehcriu ou ills own account nn know what good moat was on sido dishes till yod u thought thcro want uothiu in tho way of vegtables an sich left on nirtli Cousin Izry ho sot at tho head of tho table an Cousin Sally at the foot botwixt cm ou ouo side tho majors fambly coiisistiu of himself an Aunt Mary Ann their darter Samariu thy Juno mid hor husband an on tho other four of us includlu Lisher au mo an two neighbors Well what with tho visitors au all thcro was 13 of ns to tho table An Cousin Izrys oldest son Danl ho up nn said Ma wo wont have no sort of luck this year Thoys jest 13 of us here Ill git up au cat iu tho kitchen I sco Lizbeth Ann fldgetiu with her napkin an Cousin Sally turn kinder pale like but tho major ho up an roared out with a voico you could a heard a milo Pshaw Daul dont bo n fool Thero aint no bad luck in odd numbers Set down yo numskull or Ill trounco yo So thoro wnnt uothiu to do but keep right on n catin nn I must confess that I didnt let no fear of bad luck interfero with my apportite for them turkeys was dono to a turn nn tho chickens wns so tender thoy nmost foil to pieces when yoa pinted at em An ns for tho Injun puddin my It doos beat all what au eddicated cook can turn out of a brick oven Yo cant cook nn Injun puddin no other wny to savo yer neck n to lot it set in n briok oven heated overnight with good hemlock wood Then thero was tho punkin pies yaller ns gold an two incites thick nu tho custards an tho pandowdy nn tho dowdups peaches nu pears of Cousin Sallys own preservin why it was well nigh 4 oclook when wo got through au wont into tho scttiu room to crack walnuts nu butternuts ou tho and irons Well mother nftor yovo said an dono all I dont seos yovo proed anything Whatever happened anyway Happened Hitty Why everything happened Theio wns Samwell ho was run away with an broko his neck Danl ho up an hnd fever an diod Lizbeth went to tho sylum Cousin Izry nn Cousin Sally aro dead tho majors pone too an Mary Aim s wells Samarinthy Jano an thero aint moron three of us left out of tho hull 13 that sot dowu to that dluner at Cousin Izrys If that nint onlcoky then what is Id liko to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yo what ailed ye ou if yo wouldnt have a littlo catnip ten or peppermint tnkin It for granted that yo must havo tillers goiu round nskin know But werent thcro nny young folks nt the dinuor I asked nvailiug myself of tho silence that ensued to say a word No Benny not what yo might call reel young Snuwoll I sposo was tho youngest au ho was clus on to Lizbeth Anns nge praps about 45 And how long ngo was it auutio How long Lcmuio sec Itwasthreo year before Hitty was boru an that would mako it Mother I Yo do beat tho Dutch As if this boyd caro how long twns Here Benny tako a cooky and run ulonr its gottin lute nu your folks will wnut yo I declaro mother Im ashamed of ye flllin his head with such notions As I said when yo begun that long rigmarole thuro aint no number oiiluckior a another So there Ben Bowdoin 1 CUBAS BO Thirteen Years Old and SOLDIER Han Ttet u teeu Uiigugeliicnti Iu lour Mglk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Several Cubans arrived recently in Now York from Nassau New Provi- Â¬ dence ou tho steamer Niagara Tho party loft Cuba three weeks ago in an open boat bearing important corre Â¬ spondence from President Chmeros to Dolegato Estrada Palmu Ou their trip to Nassau which lasted flvo days thoy encountered very stormy weather nnd had to struggle hard to savo thoir livos Among tliom is Lieutenant Crescendo boy who jolnod Vnrona a tho patriot urmy in July 1B0C Ho has fought In 14 uugngemeuts and has beou wauuded twico Ho says that ho is aux ions to get well again in order to go back to Cuba beforo tho war is ovor Crescendo inn nephew of SenorEnrlquo J Vnrona editor of Putria tho official organ of Cuba in Now York Victory Fur International Illmetalllim Tho Bimotallio loagno of Great Britain is about tu isauo u circular Betting forth tho claim that tho election of MoKinloy Â¬ OASTOXajft Z0Zfo to tho presidency is a viotory for inter Â¬ national bimetallism quoting iu sup port of ih la contention from tho mone Â¬ tary plauk of tho platform adopted by tho Republican convention at St Louis concluding with a plodgo to promote nu iutoruational agrcoment fork Mjctallla stnudard among tho commercial nations of tho world Hulling- Mill Start Up Toledo Nov 0 Tho Maumeo Roll Â¬ ing Mill compuuy increased its force by 200 men this morning Tho sheet iron mills have been closed for several mouths aud would not havo opened in tho event of Bryans election The inew4 are all high juiced skilled workmen oM wen w or cj thejrwrular acule r - Kl wnmmiMMWmmmwmmMMwimmwmMimwKirMi tt MijaimviiiijiBa55SS555BS -- mm ninwr - -- - - l sm- - SSi - 1mmimi iVMffliiirriviiTiTiiimiiBMMiMB T M p iii nJWPWI THH BRROKRNRIDGK Breckenridge im S V NEXWS OLOYBiRPORT KY j 1 t News 25 1890 0 BtHigt EJlton tad Fropilttn WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER fir CAAfi cti Mrs Salllo Miller gave a social to a hrrumber of heryoung friends nt her home tives here MIbs Iono Dow den is out after having here last Wednesday night Thoso pres ent were MtHire Frank Board Frank been quite sick New dressis Raloro for Thanksgiving DDGCDnaaDDGDDDODCDDDDDCa E Mercer 0car Yates Jones Mercer lioL Kerrick j Misses Mary Board Lllir Fcm and the holidays Eva Hcnslcy Lizzie and Ava iknril 11 it Judge C C Farleigh Is much better tie Hook and Hallio Beelcr wo are glad to state Tho examining trial of Crlt Spencer D M Duncan spent Saturday with his Will Ilobertson and Dora Bcauchamp To get customers Is ho nitn of being imptirated in the mother at Cloverport charged with every business man He is always Will Grlunell has la gtippe Soveial murder of the colored man at Glendeane seeking tlio best way to attract about a week ago came up before Judge hero have been victims Some hang their their attention Mr Albert Ashcraft was here last Sun Â¬ Alii for hearing one day last wek Rob That wares outside their doors eitson and Spencer were held over nnd day and attended church Somo scatter oflends tbo eyes the colored woman Dora Beaucbarap Mrs Chos Cflfperko and son Chap dodgers ad infinitum wo might was acquitted went to Louisville last week for who looks sny Jad nauseam A wedding that attractoJ all the idle Charlie Cacperkn has been very much The best ntonea second time coons in town and several white persons indisposed again but is better way is through a newspaper occurred at the court houso last Saturday which is taken into the family Will Howard went to Guston Sunday morning Johnnie Pool and Ida Alex Â¬ So he says iglit And circle as a welcomo guest colored were the contract- Â¬ morning after fr ander both the best newspaper for advertisers Lewis who lias been iu Lawrence ing parties Johnnie was brought to is the one that reaches the most Some New York for some tlin lias returned time how over under duress In this town And county homes time ago ho gained the confidence of home it is Miss Ida and promised to marry her He Mrs Too Woolfolk is spending some was about to prove unfaithful when time with her daughter Mrs 11 C Miss Ida had a warrant issued against Woodson him containing some ugly charges Mr J K Ditto who bos boon quite Rather than take his chances on going sick for sometime of typhoid fevt r is News to tho pen he concluded to accept Miss SoGCacaaSQDODQDCKXrDCDCEa u Idas hand in marriage Judge Ahl per- Â¬ improving Miss Maydee Pusoy is in Louisville for formed the ceremony Capt For Riley a visit of several weeks She will visit W TIME TABLE L H acttd as bct man New Albany too soma yThe fight for the post office still goes Ed Yeakels handsomo residence is Passenger Dally rr Uardlnibnrgl221 pm on The contest has narrowed down OOIHO HIT now we understand to Mr John P Has nearing completion and will be an ornament to our town Passenger Dally rr Ilardlnsburg 7i30 am well Sr and Mr Marcus Kinchtloe Mrs Mary Martin lias been suffering Both of tho gentlemen have petitions HARDINSBURG signed by a long list of names Either from asthma for the last week but she Mr is now some better of them would make a good ofilcial Populist Chairman larkar wants no Gold Spectacles Lost W K Barnes Has Hoswell served as post master for a num- Â¬ ber of years prior to tho Democrats as Â¬ fusion under the name of Democracy but ffice Purchased The Old Hambleton suming control and is thoroughly ac wants a silver party Fight Continues quainted with tho business Mr Kinche- Â¬ Miss Mattle Lee Moreman has return- Â¬ loe has no such experience but tils qual ed from a long stay in Kansas City She Payne Dead WedSocial Mrs Robert His is improved in health ifications could not be questioned ding at the Court House Business Im- Â¬ son Allen is the Ciiairman of the Re- Â¬ Miss Eula Davis was a guest of Mrs publican County Committee and doubt- Â¬ provingThanksgiving Observed family last week and attended Republi- Blands less stands In with the present the literary last Friday night can Congressmen John W Lewis Mrs Ainon Kincheloe is visiting at MiBses Margaret Ditto Ella Hendricks In an hour or so spent at Irvlngton the Webster other day I learned from Messrs Piggott spent Satuiday night with friends at Leo Meyer was paying Be for fat hogs and Jolly that their business had very Gueton returning Sunday morning last week Sunday afternoon was bright criep and much improved since the election I Prof Felix Kerrick will spend Thanks think this Is the case generally In tho sunny enough to entice and allure the county where there is any business oj young folks out for jaunts and strolls giving at Lexington Things are A case of lunacy was tried hero Satur Â¬ Mrs A II Skillman returned to Clo importance transacted hound to move more freely than they day before Judge S P Woolfolk Mr verport last Saturday V Jolly Owensboro was have for some months Piggott Jolly Hagan took the subject to tho asjlum Mr Geo had a big lot of wheat on hand when tho Mrs James Lewis and Mies Bertha here one day lest week rise camo and they with the balance of wpni In Tninvilln lust npik Mim Ber-AV Heard is in Louisville visMis G the mills in the county got the benefit Km wiu remnin fora viblt of tomo weeli8i iter daughter Mrs Reed of a profit on tho grain and the advance Misses Lena Anderson Anna Sanders Mfs Bessie Beard is at home to remain in Hour Hogs are moving freely about Addie Dttoof Louisville were until after Thanksgiving Irvingtou All the f annul h have a few and Miss anil Hiov am luffinc Hiain ftV nt flm mrtr Mr and Mrs Abe Dittos guests for Sun tm Mr John Blake died at his homo in U U dav i i Garfield one day last week act i itu ti xiiioin jMitiuj suiiiB muiicy x In tlio country There Is more corn in PAt the nretty happy homo of Mr and D McGill is acting as deputy marshal tho county than was ever known l fore Mrs II C Wooileon we find a nice G I Brown during the illntbs of fine little girl baby Congratulations to Dick Beard lias rented the old Wcath Some farmers have almost two cnn on tlio parents hand and they get a better price for it erford farm near town of Matthias MilMiss Lida Haynes was at home Satur Â¬ in bogs than in their cribs ler Mr Allen Kincheloe Chairman of the day and Sunday Little Dolly and Lou I have moved my shop upstairs in my Republican County Committee has call- Â¬ riana Guedry camo in witli her and were old stand at tho Brick comer T C ed a meeting of tho committee at this given a party on Saturday night Lewis place for tho 1 Jtli of next month The Little Dwight Coleman is fearfully Mrs D It Murray and daughter Miss object of the call Mr Kincheloe said His burned and is a great Buflerer Alliene were visiting Mrs M II Beard was to confer with the committee about mother and aunt are doing well Dwight Saturday a plan of getting out the candidates next is a very bright sensible child aud stands Aunt Katie Iate who is in her eighty year for tho county offices Already the his nillVring with great fortitude fourth year is quite ill at her home here Republican candidate h are numerous and Cards aro received announcing the with pneumonia its going to be hard work to keep them marriage of Miss Lucy Alexander The majority of them think daughter of Mr and Mr L D Alexan- Â¬ Misa Avalie Board entertained Misses In line Alice Baker and Anuio DeJernctte to tea that when a nomination has been se- Â¬ der nee Orlina St John to Mr Ed cured tho rest will be easy The Repub-Â¬ ward A AVhistler Everett of New Y6rk Saturday evening licans have carried the county twice now Mrs 0 L Beard spent a few dajsin City fc Louisville last week visiting Iter sister and they feel suro that it will still be Tho stork makes no mistakes in his safe in another year But the Democrats Mrs Estelle Sutton will have a ticket out aud all the ground travels round tho hills and through the Mrs Robert Payne one of tho oldest will be fought over It is the opinion dales he left a handsome gold standard women in this locality died at her home that the Republicans will call an early boy baby at our young friends Mr and near this place last week convention There will bo no many can Mrs I W Lewis and the happy parents Rev Hunt preached n very excellent didates that it may bo wise to locate aro to bo congratulated sermon at the Baptist chinch last Sunday them early in the fight Thanksgiving services at the Method Â¬ on tho subject of Faith ist church at 10 a m A very interest Â¬ Hows This ing program has been arranged Good Mr Henry Thornton representing lite We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward music Bro Pate will conduct services Connecticut Mutual Life Insuranco Co for any case of Catarrh that can not be Every one invited All denominations was here a few days last week cured by Halls Catarrh Cure are cordially asked to paiticlpato in exer- Â¬ You can get yourself warm and pleas- Â¬ F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O cises ant by stopping in my place room always We tho undersigned have known FJ The President of tlieso United States warm and comfortable T C Lewis Cheney for tho last fifteen years and be- Â¬ of America cannot get up aThankpgivlrg W K Barnes bought tho old Hamble Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus proclamation without fault being found ton Hotel last week of Mrs Oilie Meyer iness transactions and financially able to in tho wording of it Hebrews and Uni- Â¬ for 1000 cash The property is for carry out any obligations made by their tarians in some parts of this land object rent to reference being mado to n mediator firm Bring your repair work I have tho West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ Wo are glad to know our representative best equipped shop I ever had a warm do 0 Walding Kinnan Marvin men of said faith in our own metropolis room good light Conio and eeo me Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio take no issuo with our President T 0 Lewis Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ It was with much regret that we heard Mrs Nora Embry camo up here last ly acting directly upon the blood aud of Gov Eli Murrays death AVo remem Saturday from Glendeane unablo to mucoui surfaces of the system 1rico ber him through the late Civil War as a gallant handtomo officer diffeiiug witli work and without a home and asked to 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists us In views but honest and enthusiastic Testimonials freo bo admitted to tho poor house as a friend or gentleman he was a typi- Â¬ jtolm Riley sold nine hogsheads of to- Â¬ PROGRAM cal Murray heart soul and brain bacco in Louisville lost week at 150 and Denny Flood sold four at l and 0 Ministers Meeting of Goshen Associ- Â¬ combined to made a grand man AVe are glad Logan 0 Murray is on the road to Elijah DriBkel sold three at 2 and i ation Friday Nov 27 recovery Tho Wornans Foreign Missionary So Â¬ A great subject Whon They Loaf The next ministers meeting of Goshon ciety will hold a public prayer aud Atsociation will bo held with the Clover discussed everywhere All men Thanksgiving service at tho Methodist Creek Baptist church beginning Friday much love to loaf just a little to exchange ideas church South on Thursday afternoon at Nov -- 7 at 10 oclock a in smokp catch gercrallterns and gofslp J 30 oclock Everybody invited Subjects to bo discussed just as tho meeker sex Is accused of do Â¬ W V ing We find i quads congregated at dif Â¬ Aro there degrees in heaven Mr D M Pumphrey of West View while in town here some timo in Octo- Harrell ferent points no longer dlccusslng finan- Â¬ What is the scriptural method of deal Â¬ cial pioblems but might have beens ber lost a pair of gold spectacles at tho Joseph Dug and will bts city hall Ho would bo glad to recover ing witli erring members Ladies on bright genial them if they have been picked up by glns Saturday afternoons loaf too along What aro the qualifications of a Sun main to glean the current items and anyone J T Lewis Licensed to marry Henry G Yeager day School teacher admire each other of course What does tho Blblo teach iu regard to Delia Mullen George Mullen to Ella The literary of Brandenburg normal Porter Charles Gross to Victoria Payne to training children -- B White was well attended last Friday night Mr Scriptural qualification and duties of Fred Cron on Clarlonot and Mita Pearle Albert Speaks to Mima Macy Edward Hayues to Mamie Jarrett Isaac Embry Deacons J D Duncan Ditto on organ constituted tlio musical The Now Testament church Is a Bap Â¬ featuro of the evening Miss Suo Elders to Elouisi Henderson W L McCracken tist church like It W B Rutiidg- - recitation drow forth many to Bridgelt Carrol oxptessons Thanksgiving eoivico wilt bo held at Forrest Smith of praise Miss Agnes AVorland handled Is it possible for a child of God to fall tho Methodist church South to morrow Tlio Use of Money in an est ay quite A 0 Caperton I M conducted by Rev Kelly Tho business away and be lost uniquely On Thankfglving evening an men are requested to closo their stores Washburn entertainment will be given at Branden- Â¬ What is the Bible doctrine of Sanctifi and attend the service The choir un Â¬ burg Normal with a varied and interest Â¬ J N Lynch der tho direction of Mrs Withers will cation ing program dialogues tableaux drill What is the duty of pastor to church render some new selections music Ac a small admission will be and church to pastor J W Yallan charged tho proceeds to go towards start Â¬ dlughaiu ing a library for the school A noble AY V Hsrrell worthy cause I A large audience should ttell VCom INWashburn greet tho society J W Yallandlngham J J Bibiorlptlon Fttei tl00 a Tttt In Admes ItPkld at th End of th Tsar 8125 Will Embry and Mr Welsenberger of Cloverport are At work here getting out the foundation stone for tho new Cath Â¬ olic church Tho building Is to be of brick 80x40 feet It will be built In the grove near the Priests residence It will Iks a year yet before it Is finally complet- Â¬ ed BRANDENBURG Ruth Phillips Is SANDY HILL Mis Henry Dugsn spent a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs W I Young last week Messrs Eugono Ashcraft And David Young attended Consecration services at Guston Sunday night Mrs J J Tilfordand little sou Mast r Paul of Fordsvllle are tho giUBts of Mr and Mrs W II Athcraft Rev Kern and son In law SUney I Cooius and brother Fred of Ohio have be n In i ur tnfdst on a huntlrg tour J II Ashen ft H TCowley and C A Ashcraft nttomtrd the literary at Brar deiiburg Friday night and repoit a lillar- iors tllllM 1 A he aft will attend the Mr missionary Bond of tho Goshen Association which meets Nov -- 8 and 13 at Clover Creek The young men of this vicinity met last Tuesday night and re organized the Debating Society It will meet again next Friday night Owing to tho excessive b1 o vets our Mite Society failed to assemble on Satur Â¬ day night lant but will met Saturday nUht Nov 28 at Mr Dcvis Youngs Pr f i J G and K P Ashcraft who have charge of the B ech Grove and Long Branch schools returned home arcom- anted by Joseph Hendricks of Long G ranch AVo aro glad to report that our Sunday school is meeting with a grand succets this being the first timeln years that we have been able to support an evergreen Sunday School Improving Mrs Win Ditto is quite sick Geo Casperke spent Sunday in Icons ville Miss Addio G Ditto Is visiting rela- See that it is there Is on WILDER HARDIN Dentists i SIX PAGES The Best Way Â¬ This Is the trade mark which the wrapper salmon-co- l ored or every bottle of the gen p -- a nuine SCOTTS EMULSION Dr P R WILDER of Louinvillo Will be at Dr J on the ltli M Hardins oflico In Brandenburg Kv Monddy and Tuesday of every month following Wed nnnoni rriiroinv nf Trvlnirtnn nnd will bo nre- rmred tonll kinds of Dental Work by tbo latest im Teeth positively extracted without pain by tlio uso ot proved methods A O and Vitalized Air Artificial tooth of different grades nnd miccs Gold Idling Our prices will bo found reasonable and to suit tbo times Appointments bridgo work gold and porcelain crowns a Bpccinlty mado by writing to DR J M 13ARDIN Brandenburg Ky ftjTlSWtif TV mi PSJtSu you when you ask for It Nothing has been made that equals it to give strength and solid flesh to those who are run down or emaciated Your doctor will tell you that it is the one food for all I fBita Be sure this Is on the package and that nothing else is palmed off on The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances aro Marble and Tiling of tbo finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant New Volvot Carpet Adorn thoFJjagjf Bed rooms Parlors and Upper Halls- - Offices and Dining room Beautifully Decaj rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont a superior in the South rate of charges considered those whose weight is below the standard of health Put up in 50 cts and and sold by all druggists SCOTT BOWNE 100 sixes Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement Â¬ The RATES 2 AND New York 250 PER DAY Breckenridge W Scott Miller Jr Manager PERSONAL Franklin liitlo If Improving Kugene Kingibur went to Ilolti Sunday Mrs Annie Drown went to Louisville jei C T How to Ward off an Attaok of Cronp In speaking of this much dreaded dis Â¬ PUNCTUROID Mends Punctured Tires Wliile You Ride nnd mi ease Mr C M Dixon of Pleasant Ridge Pa said I have a little girl who is trou- Â¬ Â¬ Hotel-Post-o- Â¬ Â¬ bled fnquently during tho winter months with croupy affections AVhen ever tho first symptoms occur my wife gives her Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the result is always prompt and 6at iefactory This remedy is used by thousands of mothers throughout the United StaUs also in many foreign coun tries and always with perfect success It is only necessary to give it freely when the child becomes hoarse or as soon as the croupy cough appears and all symp toms of croup will disappear For sale at 2 and CO cents per bottle by A R Fisher Druggist LOUISVILLE SIOCK MARKET terJy Waller of Troy rpent Snnday In was In the city the dty Logan Pite Ilardlnilurg ilsss Monday Mra C W Moorman ient to Louisville Monday Tom Dlythe Ilardlnsburg was In the city last week Wajraan Furrow of Kirk wai In the city KEEPS THEM MENDED I No Walking Home No taking out of valves joalerday Thos Drone and Jo Ilsrjiole spent In Louisville Hugh BIicholT of Cincinnati was city Monday Hugh McOovern of Victoria was city yesterday Jack Hation of Haweivllle was Sunday In tho In the In the Guaranteed not w mjuro urea viio iirtuuicub luouitro your tires against leaks for a year Can containing enough Puncturoid for two tires For Sale by Bicycle Dealers or sent postpaid to any address on receipt of wfcjh J fSjjgif lrfssfcy Price 100 CHELSEA MASS Â¬ Cattle Prices Steady Fair Demand For all Kinds Hog Market Aotive and Ten Cents Higher Receipts Light Live Slock Jcuinal Â¬ V V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ OASTOBZA I Aaluo of cattle to day were certainly fi 10c higher than last weeks close Now has a first class General Store whoro you can buy and some commission men report the anything you want in the way of advanco to be 10 15c The improve Â¬ ment brought the market almost up to GOODS the prices of last Monday Demand was brisk for all grades and absorbed the supply which was light for Monday Owen Choice shippers wtre in request at 3 00 Morgan Fountains who has been in MloM You can not only buy what you want but you can sell anything you di 415 and fetdeis sold freely up to gan purchasing apples returned home last hweek have in the way of Farm Produce Timber Ties and Lumber at tho J3C0 Other grades especially of good l Mrs Morgan Fountains and Mrs Emma stock nud all kinds of butchers moved unite ot Holt were In tbe city yesterday highest market prico The proprietor of this store is tho energetic and freely at quotations Choice oxen sold shopping accommodating 3 10 first class bulls at 225 at i 00 Miss Alma Moredcck Louisville is the guest of C2G0 Choice milch cows were in this weekher grand motherMrs T II Sawyer demand at quotations Who will be glad to see you and havo your trado Mr and Mrs S II McCracken will iro to Good attendance of buyers and moder Hardtnsburg to day to attend tbe wedding of ato receipts advanced calf values 25c to his brother FORDSVILLE 5 00 for choice The market was steady Judge Mercer came down from Hardlnjburg Mifa Nina Field is on tbe sick list and the supply which was of mixed last Sunday aud took tbe tvenlng Texay train fur Louisville Say few children escape that most annoy-gradep was all sold Mr Willie Camp spent Sunday near lnjf but most common chklliood com W L Hall who has been In North Dakota lloRl plaint caused by deranged kidneys and Glendeane for two years returned to his homo in Webster weak urinary organs In 35 yearn sales Light receipts for Monday and favor Mr Will Neel of Owensboro spent nota single report of a failure of Saturday nlgot able re oris from other markets pushed Miss Lucille Graham of Louisville spent Sunday here prices up 10c to day Mediums nnd several days last week with ber cousin Miss Kobt Crider and wife spent Sunday lights sold freely at 3 45 and 1h ivies Elisabeth Sklllman at Glendeane Buchu to cure this bad habit Winter- for which the demand was less active W H Sargent postal clerk also went Mrs J D Brasbear who spent several days smiths Buchu not only stops present at 340 fe S3 15 The supply of all kinds In the city last week returned to her borne in to tbe shops butchecKscertalnfuturemiseryandpaln is years success guarantees its value All Owensbo o Saturday was cleared Shortly before the close druggists and merchants Mil It Arthur Mrs Hayes and son John went to Peter Co Ifluisvllle Ky Genl Agents the market weakened and the finish was Mrs Jerry Tilford wife of conductor Til Rock Vale Tuesday ford of tbe Branch spent Sunday with Mr easy Marketing were only fairly satisThanksgiving services will be held at and Mrs Henry Ashcraft factory in quality Messrs U 0 Heyser J W Porter and tbo Methodist church Micrp mill IuiiiIih Miss ilattie Jones after a weeks ill Â¬ Harris Fralier ot Owensboro spent the day Prime lambs Bold up 25o to Jay to at the Heyser heuse Sunday ness Is much improved 3 75 50 Other grades of sheep The well known Brands of Miss Georgia Hawkins of Stephensport is Telephone wires are bfllng put up be Â¬ and lambs were repotted unchanged in the city and is the guest of Mrs A A La tween here and Owensboro though the sale of fancy sheep took Heist and Mrs L O Gregory The Smith Brothers are contemplating place at 25c advance The market was D M Duncan came down Saturlay and re Â¬ building a new livery stable active tho light offerings moving freely mained until Sanday taking the east bound The trestles are being repaired on the fur Brandenburg his home under buying for shipment Clearance passenger Irvington and Fordsville road Jerry Gananne engineer Arts Warfleld was effected Offerings were of poor fireman and Jerry Tilford conductor of the Several young folks spent Friday even- Â¬ quality L 11 A wero in the city Saturday ing with Misses Lida and Cecil Sargent Home uud Itliiloa Mr A B Skillman and daughter Miss John Broderick agent for the Branch For Medical use can bo had at Thohorso market remains quiet There Elisabeth spent last Thursday In Haweivllle oftUe Texas went to Owensboro Sunday Is a large supply on all Southern markets the guests of Mr and Mrs Funk Lander Mrs J Tilford and Bon Paul spent and the demand is yery light Prices Charlie Dean of Glendeane returned from are unchanged Tho mule market for Green River Monday where he has been visit Â¬ last Sunday with friends near Irvington Â¬ ing Mr Coleman our hotel proprietor M the past week was not quite so active as ing his brother and putting in his time hunt and fishing went to Hardinsburg Monday on busi- Â¬ the week previous and tho prices have Mrs T B Chandler of Louisville and Miss a downward tondency Receipts of Myrtle Chandler of Hartford Ky who hare ness Protracted meeting will be held at the mules on all the Southern markets have been visiting Miss Elisabeth Hall at Webster have returned borne Baptist church the first Sunday in De been heavy and the demand limited comber nonfES The new chill cure Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ Common grade plugs 1500 20 00 Byron Puttywlto has been sick for the mint Chill Tonic looka better tastes Good medium driving 25 00 past month with typhoid fever is im 3500 bolter any Extra 40005500 other acts butter and is betteritthancure proving All dealois Guarantee to MULES The Fordsville school building caught HtollJ 35004250 J W A Meyers of Vine Grove fire one day last week and damaged it 14 tu 15 hands 45 00 5500 was In the city Sunday Mr Meyer is slightly 15 to 15J hands 72 CO one of the six men in tho world who has 6500 John T Smith Jr has been repairing 15 to 10 hands good 0000 bad his neck broken and still lives ids house and it is now one of the pret- Â¬ 7250 Extra good aud smooth About three years ago Mr Meyer was tiest in town 1200 to 1300 lbs The Irvington and Fordsville train 000011000 caught in n railroad accident and his Tin beautiful couutry home of Mr neck was broken though tho spinal cord went to the shops at Cloverport Satur Â¬ and Mrs Abe Ditto Is situated on the was not parted His neck was reset and day for repairs knobs of Meado county and is about he lived though until recently it was Clarenco Smith went to Owensboro atten- Â¬ three miles from Brandenburg Mir necessary for him to wear his head in a Sunday to see his wifo who is there to Ditto is one of the most hospitable ladies and entertains royally Sunday three of brace Last summer he was In New be treated for her health Louisvilles most attractive agreeablo York city under the caro ot physicians Uhe social event ot the season was und jovial young ladles Misses Una there and lie Is now able to go with out given at the residence of Mr J R Walk Anderson Anna B Sanders and Addio er by Prof O M Crowe on the 13th of O Ditto together with Messrs Jno T the brace Ditto Deiatur III Ernest O Bab this month The guests began to arrive Dr Kings New Discovery for Con- Â¬ bage and Mr and Mrs J D Bubbage at 0 30 and at 7 30 were escorted to the Cloverport formed a house party for the sumption dining room where a sapper that would day About throo oclock the party was Tills is the best medicine in the world do honor to a king met their geze called into her cozy dining room wbero a sumptuous repast was elegantly served for all forms of Coughs aud Colds and or After supper they returned to the parlors Consumption Fvery bottlo is cuaran- - where several hours were speutin music teed It will euro and not disappoint games and social conversation All It has no equal for Whooping Cough went home delighted declaring they bad Asthma Hay Fever Pneumonia Bron spent a pleasant evening and one long chitis IaUrlppo Cold in the Head and to be remembered Those present were for Consumption It Is safe for all ages Misses Dimple Hayes Ella Smith Myrtle AND IT8 CURS To the Editor i I have an absolute pleasant to take and above all a sure Graha ABna Petty Jessia Reynolds remedy for Consumption By its tinwly ua cure It is always well to t ke Dr Kings Ceell Sargent Mary Westeiflold Abble thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured So proof positive m I New Life Pills In connection with Dr Smith 8all Ford Ruth Walker lMe of Its power that I consider ItmyTluty to Kings New Plucovery as they regulate Neel Mrs Lee Mrs O Smith Messrs tntd two bottles free to those ofAour readers and tone the stomach and bowels We John Hayes Mack Smith Richard Keel who have CorisumrrtionThroL Dronchlal or Lunz Trouble if thev willwrits me their guarantee perfect satisfaction or return Willie Camp Cland Wilson Ollle Cobb money Free trial bottle at A It Fish express and postofllce address Sincerely Holbrook John Jones Leslfo T A SIOCUM M C 11 Pearl St Hw Tork ersDrug Storo Itegular also 60 cents Walker L O Smith BobLoydand I Ur - llw IlitorUI and BqiIdm oj and 1 JAMES B ence Smith IbU lmxr UiunstM Utli immoiMiitmt irpotHlea city yesterday Hugh Gardner Toblniport Ind was In the city yesterday of Haweivllle was in 0 F Breldenbach town last Thursday O M Smith a merchant of Andyvllle was in the cltY Saturday Mrs Mary Illley and son of Glendeane wero in the city Friday Irvln OBrien has gone to Lnlluo county to visit relatltea and friends Frank Hoard and Frank Mercer were down from Hardinaburg last Sunday night Mi s Iiettle Harrington of Muldraugh Is the gutst of Miss Elisabeth Halt at Webster Mr and Mrs J D Babbage spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Abe Ditto at Long Branch Mrs J W Owen of H ckport Ind is in thecll the guest ot Dr and Mrs James 1 Puncturoid Mfg Co CLIFTON MILLS GENERAL STORE GROCERIES OR FARMING IMPLEMENTS DRY CLOTHING H CHARLES RADENHEIMER 1 MOTHERS Â¬ IWINTERSMITH Â¬ BUCHU Whiskey F V POPHAMS OF CTaj lor Old Sport llr Keystone Club Fine Clariette Wines will V Mail orders be given tion prompt Attention fimpli 4 Farmer am now in the market and will pay top prices for all good Tobacco crops PAEf Jr I astHrW MuAttA n - t L UJ -- Ah p THE BftRGREiNRmGR MM9 DtxOVKiRPbELT KY BRECKENRIDGE 1SEWS 25 1800 WEDNESDAY NOVEMUEtt Weyler Has Failed NOT AN EASY TASK TO CRUSH ONL SEVENTY CENT3 A DAY Miners In tlieTnrlmi Ohio IlMrlct Cant Make Living WnRrx Tacksov O Nov 20 Tho mining situation in Jackson count is becoming serious A louder of tho miners pays that unlets tho strike shall bo settled MKinleys Cabinet HOW lleCiMcprd Ferris GEORGE W Q FERRIS DEAD and Unlit IIik Worlil Iulr ramniK IVrrl Wheel Prmmriui Nov 23 Georgo W O THE NEWSPAPER MEN THE CUBAN REBELLION He Is Now Falling Back on Arto- - mlsla With Hundrods of His Troops Sick or Woundod Rumors of an Armistice Cuban War News Othor i w J Nov 23 Advlccs from Havana by tho steamer Olivctto confirm tho statement that Captain General Woyler has utterly failed in his campaign against Maceo in Piuar del J3io provinces Jo exact news is obtninnblo in regard tojho movements of Maceo but reports ooeivod in Havana ngreo that tho Cu a chief has divided his forces into nu- erous bands which aro continually aarrassiiig the Spaniards and indicting Maceo has given considerable loss itrict orders for his men not to engage fHJa pitched battlo as tho supply of am munition is short Wovlers troops havo suffered great A hardships sinco tho campaign was be gun owing to tho bad weather and con Itinual attacks of tho insurgent bauds Jin coiihcqueuco of tho hardships of tho campaign 1700 sick Spanish soldiers M have bicn Ecut to Caudalaria Over half T tho members of Weylers staff aro ill and havo been sent back to Havana Woyler is falling back nnd will estab- Â¬ lish headquarters at Artemisia Tho feeling is bitter in Havana against Weyler because of his failure to crush Maceo and it is openly stated that ho will bo succeeded by General Pandoas fcoon as tho latter arrives with Â¬ Â¬ Key West Fin within 10 days tho miners will probably stay out all winter A meeting was hold nt Wellston govern days ago be Â¬ tween tho miners and operators but nothing was accomplished Tho average miner hi tlis county can dig about two tons a day although many miners dig flvo nnd six tons a day It costs tho Jnckson county miner about 10 cents a ton for his oil powder und tho sharpening of his tools This leaves our miners a net prico of I3 cents a ton or 70 cents n day for tho avcrago miners work Tho coal veins in this county rango in thickness from 28 inches to four feet while in tho Hocking valley their thickness is from eight to 11 feet Tho Hocking valley miner can dig coal at 15 cents n ton and make twlco as much money as the Jackson miner becauso tho Hocking valley veins are from threB to four times as thiok as tho local veins Local operators say they would gladly if they could Say tho old prico thoy havo to afford it as long as compete with tho Hocking valley whero tho miners are working every day at 45 cents it will bo an utter impossibility to riiso tho prico Tho present striko is a hard blow to tho business interest of Jackson county In tho Hocking valley business is boom- Â¬ ing Hundreds of cars of coal aro daily being shipped and that section has not seen such good times in years But in this county tho miners aro idlo tho operators have lost thousands and busi Â¬ ness in general is dead REMARKABLE HAVE IT ARRANGED Andrew J Whito For Secrotary of StatoAlli8on For tho Treasury Alger for War 52 V who coneiived nnd built tho w o r 1 d famous Ferris wheel ut tho worlds fair in Chicago died nt tho Mercy hospital in this cilv ut II oclock Siitday morning of typhoid fovrr Ills illness has TJa JPrintins Tired Feeling Makes you seem all broken up with Â¬ out life ambition energy or nppctUo It is often tlio forerunner of serious ill ncss or the nccompnnlinent of nervous troubles It U a posltlvo proof of thin weak impure bloodj for It tho blood is rich red vitalized nnd vigorous It Im- Â¬ parts lifo nnd energy to every nerve organ nnd tlssuo of tho body Tho necessity of taking Hoods Barsaparllla for that tired feeling is thercforo apparent to overy one nnd tho good it will do you is equally beyond question Remember m Nothing adds to any onoa business liko good print- Â¬ ing In m m m m m WZfWAS y Boutoflo For tho Navy and Evans For Postmaster Gonoral A Man IStnmi llrty Feet ly Not Injured ESCAPE Dynamite nnd Tho outlook for Spain is considered mest rloomy and many Havana busi ness men aro openly saying that tho mother country ought to let tho island go Tho insurgents aro very activo in tho provinco cast of Havana and aro steadily working their way westward A train which left Cardenas was forced to return becauso of tho great number of insurgents crossing tho track Theso insurgents aro said to bo tho advauco guard of General Gomez who is now reported in Santa Olara province with 14000 men and steadily marching westward It is belioved in Havana that Gomez intends to effect a concentration of a largo number of in Â¬ surgents near Havana iteports received in Havana from Santiago do Cuba stato that tho town of Victoria do Las Tunis in that provinco is beleaguered byastiong force of in smgents Tliis is ono of tho mest im portnnt places in tho province and tho Spaniards havo a great quantity of munitions and hospital supplies stored Â¬ Â¬ j i f U vtiut amiOiiuccd hero yesterday that Joseph P Smith ex state librarian who had been politicnl secretary of McKin- Â¬ SPANISH CUBAN ARMISTICE ley during tho campaign is to bo np Undo Sam May Oiler u IVnceful Sollltlun fioiuted man hal of tho District of Co of tint Trouble Tho report is not denied by Mr McKinley or Mr Smith and is bo- New Yokk Nov 2I A special to MANSLAUGHTER Tho Herald from Washington says to bo mado soon after March 4 Tho Appreciating that the return of Gen The Vvnllrt In the Thltenrn Chrlatlnn job is worth 0000 An effort was re- Â¬ llliulgron Murder oral Woyler from his present campaign cently mado to havo tho ofllco put un Â¬ without making any headway ugainst Galutous O Nov 20 Tho trial of der civil hen ire but Attorney General Maccos forco will grectly aggravato an Al Thivenen for tho murder of Williard Harmon held that it was a part of tho If already critical situation in Cuba offi- Christian n cripple lias beon in progress judiciary and not to tho oxecntivo appointment Major Mc Â¬ cials and diplomats in Washington havo this week in tho common pleas court Smith gets tho following a precedent es been earnestly discussing for several Tho jury in tho case after deliberating Kinley will bo Cleveland and Harrison days various plans for relioUug tho situ- for 10 hours returned a verdict of man tablished by who appointed closo and confidential slaughter at noon yesterday ation tho place Tho question of n Spanish Cuban was committed hero dur friends for Tho murder armistico has ben wid ily discussed If ing tho minion of the Army of West THREE YOUNG PEOPLE KILLED tho conditions will admit thero is every Virginia in September A feud existed reason to beliovo tho at ministration will between Thivenen and Christian which Their lluBcy Mruck liyn Train ut Concord Kentucky exercise its gcod office to bring about wasrenowed on meeting and Thiven Â¬ an armistice in tho ovent that affairs bo en beat Christian to death with a club Concoki Ky Nov 21 Eastlwnud Ohio como more critical because of an unsucon tho crowded streets Tho murder train No 4 on the Chesapeake cessful campaign against Maceo was witnessed by soveral hundred peo- Thursday night struck a buggy at tho It is understood that ono form of First street crossing nnd instantly peaceful intervention which Consul Gen- Â¬ ple killed the three occupants Mr Al Pol eral Leo has proposed to tho authorities FOUND IN A POOL OF BLOOD Misses Lnlu hero contemplates the nst of tho good A lunrd In the Slato Hciipltill la Cleveland lick a young lawyer and of tho pro- Â¬ and Lizzio Lind daughters offices of tho United Stacs to bring Jleitten nnd Hot bed prietor of tho Lind hotol of this place about n modus vivemli fur nsufflcent Cleveland Nov 20 Ex Polico Ser- Â¬ Tho young people wero returning timo to enablo negotiations to bo conducted for securing the independence of geant Kcogitn now a guard ut tho htato from un ovening party and apparently Cuba by purchase tl o United States hospital was found early yesterday did not hear tho coming of tho train guaranteeing tho payment of tho debt morning lying unconscious in a pooi m which was ruuning nt tho ratoof 60 uenenu ueo nas nutiuivisuu wiu iimm-n-iatHo win discovered by Paul Gib Â¬ miles an hour Tho traiu was stopped blood adoption of thit- plan behoving bon and was lying in a vacant lot 200 nnd tho engineer said lto had blown tho us usual Tho for tho thero would havo to be u chaiigo in tho a largo whistle buildingcrossing is between tho crossing situation beforo it could bo put into feet from his homo Tin ro vas station gash in his throat and ho wai supposed and tho road and this may havo dead practical effect to havo had between 10 and 11 in hU ened tho sound of tho whistle Wouldnt Convict Tlicm nnrOret which WHS stolen 13 Tho jury in REQUIRE A REQUISITION WILL New Youk Nov Tho man was removed to his home at of tho Cuban 1037 Woodland Hills uveuuo Robbery thocusoof Emilio Nu icz Detective Clnrk und Ilovlm Not Willing junta and Captain Dickmau of tho was tlio motive for tho crlmo Tho to Go to Williamson W Va steamer Laurada who wcro accused of physician in chargo of Keogan thinks ho Williamson W Va Nov 23 De- Â¬ violating tho neutrality in engaging In may possibly recover fectives Clark nud Bovins wcro expect a hostile expedition to Oubu reported a Ilroke III Niill ed here today to answer for tho killing disagreement in tho United States disPittshuko Nov 20 Whilo Warden of Anderson and Jamos Mounts last trict court Saturday and wero dis Â¬ charged It is understood that tho jury McCrea of Erie Pa was en routa to week whilo tho former wero attempt whioh was out all nipht stood flvo for Riversido penitentiary with 23 prison- Â¬ ing to arrest Anderson Mounts conviction and boven for acquittal ers Thomas Croniii under llto years Owing to tho feeling against tho offibcnteneo for ar robber liiiulo a dash cers by tho frionds of Mounts noither Muy Id turn lur Ills Health liberty nld jumped from tho fast nt Minm wnnbl ImivH Pinovillo Kv and Madhid Nov 23 Whilo it is off- Â¬ for state lino It was decided to McCrea followed him Captain General moving train on his head broke his cross tho icially douied that alighting secure requisition papers at Charleston to Spain but Woyler will shortly return neck Ciuuiu was seriously but not tomorrow on tho governor of Kentucky from Cuba the semi official Epoca ad Â¬ fatally injured Ho was later removed when t ndlcers will bo brought hero Â¬ mits that ho will possibly return ow- to tho penitentiary to servo out his sen- for a preliminary hearing ing to tho uuhealthy reason tence heternl Million Dollar Involved WEYLER INTERVIEWED Ilrnvo a Null Into llnr Skull Lima O Nov 23 Tho Dietrich Nov 20 Mary Hendkuson Ky Thfo DUpatclira Come From Huviiua ami Ormsby a widow 38 owning ft farm syndicate of which E O Benedict President Clevelands close friend is Are Bpuulnh Oumiralilp Newa this county died last Havana Nov 23 Tho first deflnito near Cairo inwooks ago in a in oi in- president has just closed n deal by Threo nows from Captain General Woyler night sho deliberately drove a shiuglo which it acquires possession of all tho property of tho Ohio und Indiana Na cfnxn lm lis tnkon tho field in porson in sanity into tho top of her head with a tural Gas company Tho purchaso inPinar del Ilio was secured by tho corre nail Slio became partially paralyzed etono Limn Dayton spondent of El Liberal of Madrid in au Tho noil was discovered two days ago cludes tho plants atWllTLllmiintll O MlilllltV Jlllll XJJnnn tho captain general ut und it was removed Tho operation was interview with aim in many towns in Indiana ami sov Â¬ too lato to save her lifo Jaca near Sau Cristobal Faturday eral millions of dollars are involved ho was Goneril Woyler iwsertodtlmt Thirty Miner Killed of his Cuunda Selie Net In American Water highly pleased with tho results Beklih Nov 20 A firedamp oxplc cuinpaign in Piuar del Rio so far Ho Sanuubkv O Nov 23 Tho Cana Â¬ miuouueed that ho expected to remain Bion occurred in a colliery at Rockling dian cruior Petrel Captain Dunn is to conduct activo operations in Pinar hauson Westphalia yesterday entomb nguin busy on Lako Erio At a lato del Ilio province for 15 or 20 days longer ing 75 or 80 men After several hours hour yesterday afternoon 35 nets be Â¬ U of extremely hard and hazardous work longing to Lay Brolhorsof this city Winf Kn if tlm tiinn worn recovered Wait until Christmas By that dato Tho nets were filled confiscated dealt a mortal blow to tho alivo Twcnty flvo dead bodies havo were fish and tho loss to tho fishermen we shall havo iivo more with rovolution boon taken from tho initio and will bo considerable Captain uiemiiier When asked about tho whereabouts or are still missing says tho nets wero in American waters iMrv rinnnrnl Wnvler ronlled Tho MarionInd Fruit Jar and llottlo and n protest to Secretary of State Oluey was southwest of tho railway tluit ho expected its capital stock en lino nnd that ho always nvoldod anoven company bus increased the Inoreaied cani may be from f 30000 to IIC0 00J gagement with tho Spanish troops Italy Wilt Abandon Alilnla of when ho ocoupied on advantageous posl ital to go toward increasing capacity London Nov 31 Tno Romo corre Â¬ work at Fairmont and Marlou Blx hun of Tito Times expresses the In closing tho interviow General dred men aro uow employed and this spondent that Itay will abandon Ery opinion Woyler praised tho dopoitment of tho force will be aouuiea hi icaai On Island oreek W Va Mrs Cynthia threa its Abyssinian colonyi HO WW V CWIIlUIUUUf trOOPS 111 Jll prossed delight with tho success of Belcher wldovr was awakened by persons llrliic if Sovereign Over nttoiuptlnjr to outor her house She flred Spains iutwnaUoun Sydmhy N S W Nov 23 Tho two ball from u AVlncheiter through the Bcliooucr Iot door and the robbers made a hnsty gtenmsUp Mariposa has sailed fgr San The front Pensacoui Fla Nov 23 retreat Thoy wero tracked more thaa a Prune co with 4C000O sovereigns on Boliooner Red Wing of Philadelphia was mllo by boodstalus aloojr the highway bca I Â¬ lit r Trial lost 00 milea south of Ponsacoln Satur Pus rife In St retenuurg- Whllfl ourouto to I am not going to give him up with day midnight Bt Pbteusbuko Nov 0 Tho Pull nnd sank in oat n trial said the woman as sho in caiiolua sho sprain wau car works at Pcterhof havo boon hour Captain Carle crow and oho uMtnted jrcciediugs for u divorce mi ww Richuiond Dispatch almost destroyed by fire iger arnveu uww there Edgar Tour- Â¬ a workmens camp at Backbone whero a road is being blasted in solid rock started a flro in his cook stovo early yestorday morning Ho used coal oil which ran from the stovo to a package containing four and ono half pounds of dyuamito and 25 caps which had been laid near tho stovo to prevent them from absorbing moist uro Each of theso caps had an cxplosivo forco of COO pounds Tourney applied a match to tho kindling in tho stove Liko n flash tho flamo ran from tho stovo to tho dyuamito Tho explosion was felt here Tournoy was picked up 50 feet from tho sceuo of tho explosion totally unharmed Tho occupants of tho tents werebadly shaken up closo around Pieces of tho stovo wero found at romarkablo distances none of them larger than a silver dollar ROASTCAT FOR DINNER Biz Cltlrmof Loulsillle Ky Indulge In a Novel IUpait Louisville Nov 20 Six citizens of the East End sat down to a cat dinner yesterday and pronounced it tha most delicious meat they over tasted Tho feast wus tho n sult of a wager butweon William Voght John Rath and Constantino Georgel on tho recent mayoralty election Tho loser was to pay for tho feast but all wero to cat cat Mr Rath loft and ho provided tho carcass of a fat Malteso Tom a dish of sweetbreads and a dozen bottles of wine Charles P Meyer an invited guest was tnken sick at tho thought of eating cat and had to go homo Tho others picked the meat from tho bones and said they would eat a monkey on Christmas Oamdkn O ney cook in 21 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nov for good Canton O Nov 21 Major McKin ley still remains in this city and it is not known how soon ho will lcavo for Cloveland There aro thoso who beliovo that tho proposed visit is simply a rnso to avoid tho swarm of ofliceseekers who aro awaiting nn opportunity to sweep down upon tho president elect with their references and recommendations Put Major McKinley intends to go to Cleveland as soon as Mrs McKinleys health will permit her to make tho trip The daily drives in tiie family carriage aro doing much to restore her health and it is only a question of a few days f trip to Clove until tho laud will bo mado Cabinet making is now tho chief employment of tho newspaper correspond- Â¬ ents located in Canton as tho quiet lifo which Major McKinloy is now leading gives very littlo other material for tho space writer It is regarded as ab solutely certain hero that the secrotary treasury will not bo a New York of tho man as such an appointment would cause talk that Wall streot was to dom- Â¬ inate tho financial policy of tho now administration Mark Hnnna has so many great business interests that ho is not likely to become secretary of tho treasury ulthough considerable influenco is being brought to bear upon Major McKinley to appoint him Tho favorite slato with correspondents ami politicians hero is as follows f state Andrew D White STrtr-r- of Now York Secruituy of treasury William B Allison of Iowa Secretary of war Russell A Alger of Michigan Secretary of tho navy Charles A Routcllo of Maine Secretary of tho interior John H Mitchell of Oregon Secretary of agriculture Knuto Nel- Â¬ son of Minnesota Postmaster general H Clay Evans of Tennessee Attorney general William R Day of Ohio This slato is made with tho under- Â¬ standing that General Harrison will not accept any portfolio and that Mark Hnnna is to bo permanent chairman of the national committee with headquar Â¬ ters in Washington Governor 13radloy of Kentucky Frank Dawes of Illinois General Felix Angus of Maryland Miko Do Young and Sena Â¬ tor Per r of California aro also slated mnch-talkcd-oÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ to tho hospital Tho attending physicians say Ills system wus w a Tsmta greatly run down a y overwork His wife anno hero from Canton O Saturday that sho might bo with her husband in his dying mo ments Georgo Vc rrls was born nt Galcsburg lis Fob 14 185 When very young tho family removed to Caraon City Nov and it vas thero that the young wheel builder spent tho years of his early boy hood In lbTfl ho came east He began a course at tho Rensselaer Polytechnic institute of New York city in that year In 1881 ho graduated with high honors In 1883 ho accepted n position with the Louisvillo Brldgo company of Louis villo Ky It was whilo with that company he Ho ramo hero to first visited Pittsburg superintend tho construction of tho structural stuff to bo uaed in tho Louis- Â¬ ville nnd Nashville railroad bridgo at Hendeison Ky After the completion of tho contract Mr Ferrs engaged in tho inspection of structural work on his own account In 1887 whilo pursuing that vocation independently tho firm of G W G Perns Company of Pittsburg was established Tho concern si ill exists In lhsit he was married to MIj s Realty of Canton O It win in 182 that Mr Ferris conceived tho idea of tho wonderful Ferris wheel that has attracted tho attention of all tho peoplo of tho world and which will go down in history as ono of tho greatest wonders of tho century Tho monster passenger wheel conceived by Mr Ferris was built under his personal supervision in this city Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pi w x i lVVii jf iut Utll 5i was only Friday vf that ho was taken 111 41 ijr j Is tto best Hoods Job Printing Sa saparilla In fact tho Ono True lllood Purifier o nOOCl S PUIS curollverlllicasytotike easy to operate asccnti Bridge Went Down HAYRIDE PARTY MEET WITH Wo aro tho Leaders Send your orders to us next time Our prices and work aro guaranteed m DEATH AND DISASTER TRY US Horses Wagon and Occupants Fell Fiftoen Foet Into Six Foot of Water Not One of tho Ono Party Escaped Injury May Die of the Victims Dead and Others Printing r WOOL WOOL KY Thl ii tlio licst mnrkct nnd ours li tho Ivst homo to ship to Wo muko liberal ml vnwc on consignments Ik sldcs wo linvo tatter fncllltlei llimi other housen In having inniiy lnrso fsclnries to eupnly Wo Ret you tho top prico nnd pay spot caslij nut In I rude Ha traveling ngeuts Ship nil your wool ntul farm produce direct tu TOLLGATES DESTROYED A Kentucky Mob Determined to Have ofilces Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VnnsAiLixs Ky Nov 20 Eight of tho 10 tollgates surrounding Versailles wero destroyed Wednesday night by a band of 15 mounted raiders armed with axes shotguns and pistols Tho work was begun nt about 11 oclock und tho eighth gato was laid low shortly after 2 oclock yesterday morning No resistance was offered by tho gatekeepers and tho raiders did their lawless work in a quiet but deter Â¬ mined manner Tho pates destroyed included thoso on Lexington Midway tho Fiankfort Lawrencebnrg and Mount Vernon roads Nicholas Flynn tho gatekeeper on the Lawrencebnrg road gives this account of tho laid Thiycnmo at 12 ocock nud called me out of bed They told mo that they wero going to chop down tho tollpato and warned mo not to interfere Then vith axes thoy tore away tho gate and cut it into two pieces They threatened mo with lynching if I should collect toll in tho future Thero vero nearly 20 men in tho party and all had guns All tho gatekeepers tell about tho same story At some of tho gates tho roads and wo arc going to Tmvo them Tho i alders wero white men but nono wero recognized and it is believed that they euiie from other counties Tho county authorities will try to apprehend them Simiar depredations havo been com- Â¬ mitted recently in Franklin Owen Ah dersun nnd Washington comities Tho aoeal court of Franklin county lias refused to buy the turnpike property of the county It has issued an ad dress st tting out its reasons Iteuurd 1or n JIImIiis Mun Rumivillr Ind Nov 21 On Sept lDPien oD Wudo left tho blacksmith shop of his brother W W Wade in His Carthage and never returned brother has exerted every effort to lo cato hln siuco without success Pierco Wade had on ono arm some scroll work in Inda ink which is about tho only W W Wado means of identification fears foul play and has placed an offer of 500 roward for some information re garding him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lrco Ilke Hereafter Ala Tfov 23 A parly of a dozen young peoplo who Mt Ensley City early Saturday night in a wagon for a hay ridt had their merriment transformed into death and disaster beforo they had proceeded a milo on their journey Ten days ngo n uow bridge was com pleted act oss Village creek near Knsley Citv While cros inir this structure it gave way precipitating tho wagon and its loan oi numan lreignt lu loot neiow into the water Not a person in the vehicle escaped uninjured William Shannon aged 20 was hurt about the head ihich ttriscd concus sion of the biuiu from which he died BirMiNOHAM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 110 Third Dtroet or 313 to 310 Murroll Court HERINDON CARTER CO LOUISVILLE i zz r E rates 0AY PER Tra moir centr- - Ily located Hotel In tlu eltu yoterdav Jiiss Jlaggio Hnrtignn was seriously injured about tho head and her back was sprained It is feared sho will die Charlie Pams had his scalp cut open for two inches and received internal in Â¬ juries which may result seriously O L Shannon head badly cut Q G Campbell horribly bruised about fare and body Ed IJlackburn arm broken Samtiel Brown leg and head cut Miss Ella Tones cut and bruised in head and shoulders SUM cut MissNi io Bluckburu bruised Eph Lowie colored driver back Bpriinrd The carso of tho accident was that tho string rs of tho bridgo wcro too short in d bv constant jarring they grad- Â¬ ually worked oir tho sills Tho jar of tho wa ou caused thorn to fall letting tlio cir Ire span down Tho i tcr in tho creek was six feet deep o 11 at but for tho timely work of those lea i injured thoyoung ladies and those mifct seriously hurt would havo drowned Thero Tlio coroner is investigating is talk of suits for damages against tho county it1 J JOHNSON MANAOCR rtwtiftir t rfgl TL jUUl 5Y1 LLC fY A It JT v CJiJ- AColli itloii or li UnMgl tiie lli ty Itinu tlniM nud I W K IIAKNES KINCIIEIOK BARNES Ttiimi on Vart- Vv l t 1 KINCHEL0E kiiHHArHitfl i ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDlNSBURGTr Collections und enforcement f peciil ultenlion of livnt ClllllltlU W ypjt occnrrotlii Tio Ciiuf ilornfi nnd 7 In I jki lei ub iivciruu with nf nightly will hold 5 glea tholr nest roinloii at Nan lvlllo May veto mi 6 AtMaysvllle Ky Aaim Uruxtoii was sen cnitil to twojiii in thu penitentiary for houubvnkliig and Jovornor olot Mount uf Iudlini exr h vinml por son il g eul lugs Sniurlay over tho long dUtinct tilupliuiu Jltlgu Carter of tlio county court nt Chicago hat decided that thu Inheritance tax law pasvd by tho liit Illinois legislature Â¬ 7 rs rfiix - i l vi i rr t v-- fc- -i j rs NOT aHERO AFTER ALL Tlio Hun Who Cliiluieil to Iluvo Snvril a Truln Deuounetnl as u 1riiuil Washinuton- - Ind Nov 21 Georgo Ibach the trimp who evolved n story about saving n Baltimore and Ohio Is Hotel Mun Denil Colonel Washington Nov 23 lVmVHii Temiv for lirurlv 35 vears tho - Â¬ proprietor of tho National hotel in this city died yesterday no was bu years oi ngo aild was n native of Hudson N II Very fow citizens of Washington wero better known among n largo class of pnblio men of tho last half century than tho deceased theTjaarkets Kovloir of the drain and Iltvxtnck Mar ket lur Not umber 23 Cincinnati Ttiuuvro Market Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2373 417 ltftiiuvlofiii for ihu uuute 1U3 for iho week Actual sulot l2n Ueoolun for i ho week Too limb of plcot on iho 337J hlids of aucutti Uij 607 fered wn ui follows loul 0J HO lb i7J Ki7 l 1SJ tSU 54ilO 1 4 76 70 l tfU 73 W 75 10 20323 76 Otlorlugt for iho weok HhiK passenger train from being wrecked by dyuamito at Burtons Gap and who was shot in tho leg by ono of tho wreckers slnco which timo ho lias beon under surgical treatment here as now ii11tii1 lum iiilmitted that ho wa3 ono of tho desperadoes and that there wero fivoothcM At tho last moment his heart failed him and ho flagged tho train first detaching the caps from tho dynamite Ono of his companions saw him doing this and shot him Thero is no trace of tho other wreck- Â¬ ers Detective Stnnley Bays that Ibach alias Byrum is a liar and that ho had no confederates Instead ho placed tho dynamite sticks with his own hands thou shot himself and Hanged tho train expecting that tho grateful pissengers would present him with a largo gift of money ROYERS Ilnnilrtili or Million or Dullnm Imolvrd In Thin Cute Ind Nov 21 A J Laciiiaxo Royer nnd Joseph Royer of this city THE The capital stool of tho Ohio Pteel company nt Yo tiitjHliiwii will bo Incroiiiod o froiii I 23 il to 2 OJO000 for tho of Impriso niiit nenr Wil on rllln t n far -- or was undo deijo rutoly Poiti numih 111 fiom eitln nea lv half of u raw gartur smiko on mi i c Ion bet Uorthu I o o mell uf Lancaster 1ms been conrlotil nf attiimpMug to Kill hrr Thominon mid win sen love Hiiy tenced lu llvo years imprisonment and 1000 fine Ioiinlngtim Hlg rliM n well known newmpr man n iil n brother of lllgglns of Uilawaro committed sul cldo Kridiiy night by inhaling gai at his Â¬ I pur-po-l 1 Â¬ unomitltutlounl Loulsyille HendenonlSt Louis fiyCo lmx ITO IO A jf fcx ou AV W TIME SCHEDULE TukliiK Uffect At 600 oclck U Sunday Mar 22 169S Weil Bound Traint Mall A banrdlughuuu Etui Hound Train Mail Kx r Tho htnto eouvcntlon nt Omaha of No brnska Sugar Hjet Growers J uit closed has pnsi ed ivsolutluns In favor of tho United States producing Its own sugar and properly p electing tho now IndusÂ¬ il Kxir Kxprt Kxprt Dally STATIONS Pally 7 8 8 try 630m 615 7 Wain IS claimHof Â¬ ngfd fB fell asleep Mrs A J C nf Inst ThurMlay night while lu hop usual state uf health nud nil efforts to wnke hor Death nlono broko proved of no avail thosnoll Sntuiday Tlio uxnet cause of bor death li a invsturv 8 07 7 20 7 21 IvUnn ptar Kentucky bt Weitlolnt Ilranilcnburi Kkron 12 U 3i 7J1 8U4 847 9 01 745 75ft HU 912 91TJ WlllowJale Ionif llranclt Hock Haven - Howard Dally Dally 4Mm hOOpm 718 30 1155am 710 11 til 717 659 1141 H5i llVi 11 7 I 47 8jj 931 910 9 4J 9 67 10 07 1015 1021 1028 10 SJ 1035 104 1061 1102 1112 1120 1125 1135 1142 12 03pm 1215 12 2il 12 Ilutl 8 21 8 37 Guiton Irvlngton Webller Lodlbure Sample I 1118 11 09 11 Ul 1U51 10 42 10 3J C39 132 1 16 6 55 1 48 r3l Cttl Â¬ Â¬ Unttlo Plmo 14 4J4J1 DO good butch ers M 8031 ui bulls fctngi mid 13cows fijaS llulit in 3 6S heavy 3 2ouS3 40 common to fulr Kxtm 3 4033 ii W3i OJ tihuupCommon 12 wjuCJ 5J 50 uood 13 2033 aO voul culvui 14 WUii Uj prlng Iambi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lk yeny together with several hnuilriil prospect Â¬ ive heirs scattered throughout tho United States will seok to establish ft no claim to tho estate of Jacques Royer the exact dato of whoso death is not known lint whoso undivided fortuno is Of this Im Â¬ reported at 2ll000000 j uomii 74 mense fortune 9180000000 Is in French Clncluiintl Wheat boaWjo Co n 2223n CU bonds Tho residue of the estate is in tlo Selected butchers 3 76ttt ul fair to real Mate in St Louis iojsj oo vuuimuu medium Ten Indmua nnd Ohio Roycrs have U U Hogs fulectiMl iiiulp liuubucliuc engaged lawyers to establish thoir heir Â¬ 2533 a- pucklng- - J 1103 3 common tJ courts and the plans now to rough ti 8i3 05 tihwp li 7iS3 25 ship in tho outlined contemplate l gal proceedings lumh v3 IOmU 15 which v ill involve tho interests of all Clilcnso the heirs Tho attorneys beliovo that IkkuIion IJ55133 1IOK4 SolocUd contest which Piwr in thero are grounds for n of tho fortune Uatlu mUvl W 10J3 i5 2J45 5 o luw f I 23Q will result in a division tholuo steora ahenu 1 7ft ouvvs nud bulls 11 7A3 25 ELECTION CONTEST IN KENTUCKY 6J3 60 Iambi U 7531 76 Tho Diinocrullo Stato Conunlttro Hat lo- New York ulilcil tu Muko It Shoop W 33j3 30 Cattlo - I 76ui I A lamlw fJ 75l75 Louisville Nov 20 Secretary Rich onUon of the stato Deuiccratlo commit Myttvrlou DUapiiearance defi Ripley 0 Nov 20 William Suy teo aunounii a that his party has of content tlio election der treasurer of Lewis township Brown nitely decided toelector in Kentucky county is mysteriously missing Funds tho 11 McKinleyti itfiiiniilti tbn election mi iikiwk nHi nn treasurer of the town ti iiiu McKinley elector 8 K fcocietles nnionnt to of tho foremost 244 votes ahead of W ship and of Mveml ran money to his credit in Nosh who the leading Bryan elector is l2ll0 Thun Georgetown HUdisap II Smith the bank nt who in turn rail ahead of his associate much n mystery liennincu li by over 2000 votes tho other 11 McKin loy electors receiving a greater number Jeronilliu llilllntln ft widower whollvw of votes than tlio other Bryan doctors engage Tho ground of contest aro given as ir Â¬ near MnulUon O lof t homo to soma co n hintkors Whoa he returned regularity and fraud in a largo uumbcr he found hU domwtlu estnbllshment ub of coniitlf s solutely liereft of furniture carpets nad Tho Republicans make aa many fool and the only remaining vestlgoe cliargos of irregularity and fraud as tho woro a fow docrepU chairs Wagon tracks Democrats Iho statu contest board h at the door showed that tho thieve knew composed entirely of Rpmiblicaus their buslnc Â¬ lltUburt llflrlinn i 1 If p 8 50 8 68 0 02 845 036 20 1011 10 10 Ou Stcphenioort Additon Holt Clove rport Shoiii Sklllman 0 43 5 35 0 al 905 918 941 9 22 9 33 1003 9 50 9 48 058 1008 1015 10 25 10 28 10 48 05i Hawcivlllc Ictrle falcon Iwlpot Wallinan Iowert 935 925 917 911 9 02 8 65 8 48 529 5 7 514 5 01 453 4 48 4 40 4 31 4 25 116Um 1100 1108 1115 1123 1131pm 11 - Uai 17 30 Sloi 100 1156pm 115pm ar llendeio lv 720am 1231 1240 1247 1264 fl Clritlith Stanley WorthinKton Head Owentboro Mattlntly latci 834 814 418 4 05 8 25 8 09 8 05 355 3 44 Snotuvllle 758 751 339 SS6 330 3 7 43 316 2i 3 JO 2i5pH L ti 1 k St L Ry Fordsyllle Branch Â¬ CHILL TDNIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS a aiatm His Not 15 TASTELESS TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING EFFECT WcitnoundTriini Dally ex Sun ex Sun No5 No 1 I DEO 22 1895 Halt Bound Dally fex bon Dally Â¬ WARRANTED PRICE 50 ots um PatUMoOlcluaCo hi IuliMo limillomom -- Wo hi d Us rear COO boUIet oi bTl TA8TltIr2W ClllCli TON 10 bOugUllliroa HroMnlmiulr lUUyeir Innlloiirvx Milaueo ul It 7or lu Ilia Urua tuslueu tuty Lever xiM no Ktlcla Owl vnve iucU uulienk aU uar VXalo Urttoa QUM x al Dally ex bun No 1 No lllOam Iv Irvlnitton Al flStarol 810 Oatfiild U50 T50 UOfipm Hained 7 40 12 12 Junction 7 30 HardlntburK 1113 7 15 12 35 Junction 7 00 Kirk 1258 60 Jolly 110 6 30 Olendcane 128 6 30 Dcmniter 135 arValUIIouKbl 600 165 5 37 Dempater 2 20 527 Hockvale 230 Trln STATIONS 2 42 Aakipa 264 Oaka 109 Mitchell 320 S40pni ArVordavilUlA Ruth A 16 508 4 50 4 41 4 Stan 7 Tf mmmmmummm u 4 Breckenridge News 1800 THK feROKRNmDCSR MHWS OLOYRPoM KY Tho Tyrant on tho Mantolpiece ljll Mull Grette It is not exaggeration to Bay that the clock is gradually enslaving the wholo Not one of us of the civiltred world but can call to mind among our acquaintances individuals who belong body and soul to tho clock whoso wholo lives are dominated by its chimes and intervnlr The altitude of such personals one of servile deference to tho clock Every thing they do Is with a view of conforming to its wishes They sleep by tho clock dress by the clock eat by the clock sit walk read smoke work by tlio clock Their heads aro full of periods of tlmo hours minutes nnd sec- Â¬ onds They spend their lives counting them They can never enjoy themselves or let themselves go without pulling themselves up suddenly for fear they should forget the clock They will stop doing something useful interesting and erjoyable and force themselves to do something dull and uninteresting sim Â¬ ply betauso tho clock happened to strike And no matter how greatly they desire to change nn irksomo occupation they will stick to it because forsooth the clock lias not yet struck They may ho enjoying the most delightful Blumber ol n morning but will bound out of bed like a skyrocket because the clock hap pens to strike And though they have not the slightest inclination for sleep they will put themselves forcibly to bed because the finger of the clock marks a Their whole lives are certain hour spent in trying to force their natures in- Â¬ to accordance with a mere machine Such peoplo aro as much slaves to tho clock as tho genii in tho story of Aladdin were slaves to the lamp They are per- Â¬ petually at its beck and call and must obey its voice as they would that of tho veriest trant Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem of Truth llroneil lrnnt tlio Tench Ing or All Denomination Art serves mi important purpose but art separated front religion is dangerous Itoliglou rcstrnhiH art nnd it then bo comes beautiful Tho vulno of n work of art lies in tho soul which tho artist pnts MRS HANNA Tells of he Some Bamblinrr Thoughts n nkmo DUKES Spelling Match Mrs Kahftl III With pholtl Fever Tobioco Looking Good Other News Ty- - WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 Fart She Took in theGreat Campaign New Yoik Pie Copyrighted a iavmans TIIANKBUIVIJ0 Oh great Architect of the iu flu Ity to whom n thousand years are as a day wo ephemeral vanishing creatures bow before Thee in quiet humble thanks For immcaiurable space so extensive that the most cunning dovices of men turn us bsck defented from all attempts to set Its bounds for the weight of our world and of all the other wondrous un Â¬ supported circling bodies so ponderous that the human mind reels In computa- Â¬ tion we thank Thee Thou who art pow- Â¬ er For the accurate movement of each star revolving lit its orbit with precision iudi scribable for the visible voice of the heavenp our perennial tlme plece for the inclination of the axis of our world so cunniugly devised to give comfort and advantHo in tho changing seasons and the broadened area of habitation wo thank Thee Thou who art order MOONSTROKE BY NO into it Boston llcv Dr Lorimcr Baptist MEANS A MYTH The Mlsfortuno Common Among Sailors EfTdcts of it Describ- Â¬ ed by a Victim Tlio Avernce Politician Tlin nverngo iwliticlnu is backbono Ho less Ho is nil things to nil men good Lord or good devil can bo Ho is n purchnwblo commodity Dcov nt nny prico ho is for ho is nlvvnys Ktok Itov Dr w B Loach on tho market Mrs llaniia stood by an open trunk that was waiting to be packed and around her were many evidencts of her intention soon to bo oil The light that shone in on her from the window be Â¬ trayed tho fact that her complexion is as delicately pink and frish as the bloom on the gient hunch of rosts that stood Fanners are nb Hit done gathering their corn Mrs Knhal is quite 111 with typhoid fever Tho weatht r la tho very belt for all kinds of work Miss Beulah Itoberta spent Friday with her aunt Martha Burnett Itev D L Bowlda was the guest of your correspondent Sunday Mrs Sarah and Laura Burnett visited Mis Loudltha Jarboo Tuesday Tobacco is in the beet fix for stripping that it has been iu for a long timo Missis Ollie Duke and Molllo Downs visited in Cloverport ono evening this week Mrs Laura Burnett and Mrs Mary Bice were guests of Mrs Martha Burnett Mothodlst Chicago Iu tho 1G years that I havo been bish op I havo becoino convinced that somo Catholio men nnd women do not know mo saercu character or unristluu mar riage Somo Catholics decido in nu hour A Million Gold Dollars to got married somo iu six mouths nud Would not bring happiness to tho person they ruu off to n squlro n non Catholio minister n layman n Jew n heathen suffering with dyspepsia but Hoods Sar or n pagan nud get married They runko saparilla has cured many thousands of PURELY VEGETABLE no Christian preparation for tho mar cases of this disease It tones the stom Tho chriincat mirct nnd lioU family medl ach regulates the bowols and puts all clno In tlio world I An eltuiuul ipecltlo Tor riage but instead thoy commit crimes and sins of bucIi nu nwful charactor that the machinery of the system in good nil clUonxfuortlio MvtrHtoinacli anil Hplcen llik iilalo Uiu ller unci prevent Chill nnd I would not dare to mention thorn J HVir MulurlmiH Kovcrs Jlnwol Coinnlulula working order It creates a ood anne- - KcHtlcjiiKsn Thoro nro mauy who get married in n JnunUIco uuU Nausea tlte and gives health strength and hap stnto of mortal sin This brings curses HAD IIRKAT1II pines down on tho mnrriago nud causes mnuy Nothlnir I no unpleasant nothing no com iiwuitn nun iJiruui uutl jn niuny every unhappy lives That is why so mnuy tho noons rii m act harmoniously with niHoUcoine from If you tomaciiuiul run ba husbands nnd wives nro separated Kocnxllv correct il will take Hlinmou Hoods Sarsaparilla Cure all liver ills IIvtr Itfktulalnr Do not tit gleet no xuro n Bishop W M Wigger Catholio New rcnuily fur thU repulnlvo Unorder It will Jersey -- j cents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Many pcnplo seem to regard sailors etorics of being moonstruck with tlio samo amount of credulity as they do yarns about tho sea serpent As a mat Is as well moonstroko tor of fact known to tho medical faculty as tlio A corresponmore prosaic sunstroke dent writing to an English pcrodlcal rela Â¬ tive to this comparatively unknown af- Â¬ fliction saj s It was July 1890 on my first vojngo as an apprentice bound from a Northern port with a large cargo of steel rails for Bombay that I experienced the eensa Hon of being moonetroke We had got tho Northeast trade winds and were bow ling along with the wind blowlnp fresh on the starboard quarter at about eight knots an hour Eight bells had struck My chum took the first two hours on the poop to keep the time w hen after a final look at the beautiful new moon I lay down on the afterhatch and in a very short space of time was fast asleep At four bells my chum called mo to goon the poop for my two hours On rising from my primitive couch I was considerably startled to find that I could not turn my head and the lr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic next sensation I experienced was a feel Â¬ cures chills and makes jou well again ing of utter helplessness I was like a It rids jou of having them and builds up man walking in his sleep I seemed to your strength It is pleasant to take nnd bo totally unable to grasp nny thing of my gives you a warm delightful feeling all shipmates conversation over instead of the miserable shivering I looked vacantly around aud with a It Is good for tho stomach too aud pepsigh lay down again and slept 1 was of permint is the best thing in tho world course very quickly roused up again for tho bowels Avoid bitter quinine and the officer angrily ordered me up on pills that may make you deaf and have thepoop I tried to obey him and groped always handy in the house a bottle of my way up the companion ladder My Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic Its mouth was twisted nearly to my ear on guaranteed one wide and I had a very bad atilTneck on the other I could not speak nor The Origin of Life Insurance could I think All my faculties were An English insnranco journal is re numbed The sailors dashed buckets of water oer mo and rubbed me fiercely sponsible for the statement that a game Then a strong dosu of castor oil was giv- of cards suggested the sj stem of life inen me and my services were dispensed surance More than two hundred years ago a Flemish nobleman attempted to with for the remainder of tho watch I over afterwards took precious good equitable tlio money staked upon an He was care when sleeping on deck to always interrupted game of clinuce stow mjself away out of reach of the assisted in tho task by a Jesuit pritbt moon nnd although tho stih neck and one of the most accomplished mathetwisted mouth hoon righted themselves maticians of any ago Pascal solved the it was j ears before I wns really well problem and in doing so enunciated the again Every now or full moon affected doctrine of probabilities or law governme I was fearfully sleepy and sutlered ing insurance of all kindB The theory is illustrated by tho throwing of diie much from mental depression When a single die is thrown the chance G reat sensation w ascreXed Jjrqm mate by tho appearance of one of the of six or ono out of the total number of men walking about for a couple of dajs sides or faces In a largo number of with one arm bontoer his head ho had throws the chances are in the samo proslept in that position one night directly portion Prom tliis Pascal laid down in tho moons rays and on awakening the proposition that results which have found it impossible to move his arm from happened in any given number of ob his head As ho was on my watch I apÂ¬ served cases will again happen under plied tho remedy used on mjselfas a bov similar circumstances provided the numcold water and caster oil I do not kuow ber bo sufficient for the proper working of tho law of average if the credit of curing the man was Tho life of a sindue to either of the above mentioned medi gle individual is ono of the greatest untines but ho was all right in a couple of certainties but the duraMon or rate of mortality of a large number of individdays time I Ao mo nquiuiu II eneci oi ueing moon- Â¬ uals may be depicted with great accu struck soon wears off hut in a few cases racy by comparison with the observed tho cure is not so rapid and Ive met sev- Â¬ results among a sufficiently large num eral men who have suffered for years ber of similar ages and occupations and from their carelessness in picking out a subject to similar climatic iuiluences The Inter State Herald sleeping placo A full rigged ship on which I once served wns swinging along on the home Democratic Ticket For 1897 trail thirty two souls and i000 tons of Jas P Stewart of Webster suggests cargo aboard Tho wind dropped and a calm that took the spirit out of everv the following Democratic ticket as a man on tho vessel settled toward evening euro winner for 1897 Tor tho Legislature Dr Ben Harned on tlio eighteenth day of the passage The moon rose at six hells and tho or Jesse Whitworth For Circuit Clerk silence was awceomo and oppressive H S Skillman Tor County Jndge that My duty was to walk tho leo side of the tried and true old Democrat Djlph poop striking the tlmo every half hour Jones j Ior County Clerk Asia Hardin All the watch were asleep on deck oen or T B Henderson Por County Attor tho mate sank down and snored the ney G us Brown Ior School Superin- Â¬ silenco and the moonlight were too much tendent It D St Clair or Joel Pile Ior for him At last I leaned on tho taffrail Sheriff W Scott Cart Dlk Owen and and slumbered I awoke with a start Charlie Miller Por Jailer Col Jo M some time later and was aghast to find Pitch ior Assessor let those good Dem that I had been asleep three hours Tho ocrats of Mooleyvillo name the head of man at the wheel who had been awake the ticket Yours for free silver when I succumbed was snoring peaceJas P Stmvaiit fully tho lookout forard was in the same condition At a quarter to four I struck ono bell and the men awoke Much more could be said in support of tho fact that moonstroke is possible and that is an uncomfortable and some times a vcre dangerous malady Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fensive defensive and suppressive Sin is tlio enemy and tho grent fight con Â¬ sists iu destroying sin and saving tho sinner Itov W A Gardner Chris Â¬ tian San lnmclseo Practical llty Tlicro is nothing inoro hardening to tho sensibilities thnn tho fniluro to trnusluto pity into action Christs pity was practical Wo nro told ho had com Â¬ passion ou the hungry multitudo nud tho immediate usult of it was how many loaves had ho Tills is flnoly illustrative of tho way iu which Christs wholo nnturo moved nt onconud iu uni Hov Oeorgo D Baker Presby Â¬ son terian Philadelphia Qualities lcntlul to Succcs Tlicro nio ccitain principles that mnlca n man successful if followed nnd chief of tlicso nro sobriety industry nud integrity If they nro faithfully applied by uinu ho will succeed Tho greatest recommendation n young man can havo is that of personal character No largo corporation or business houso will cm ploy n young man whoso oharnoter is not good and vv ho is not honest sober Itov I V Cantor nnd industrious Methodist Washington The lnwir of Irajer Wo need not only to bo trustful but prayerful Praj er is n great power Did you ever think that overy time you pray you In jug Christ nnd heaven nearer to earth Look at tho many men carrying on n great work just by priycr Oh if wo would nil pray trustfully what great good would bo donol And wo must holp one another Happy prosperous business Go men think of your poor neighbor und cucourngo him Tell him why ho does not succeed Give him some of your Bo helpful nud prayerful wisdom Rov A C Btrrou Baptist Louisvillo Tho Iunctlon of the Church It was to urgo men to forsako sin nnd to explain tn them tlio possibility of sulvntion tliit Jcsuh enmo to earth nnd assumed manhood As God may bo seen thtough tho universe so is it possible to hco what n man is by what ho docs Tlicro is nn Mich thing as n foul whilo in n sinful statu and with n sinful disposition having communion with God But the soul may bo taught purity and lovo for its Creator just us tlio body may bo trained The great agent through which surh growth may bo obtained is Bishop Poster Methodist tlio church Brookliuo Muss Chriftlin Zeal It was a heaven bom zcnl that led John Knox to cry out Oh God givo mo Scotland or I diol That induced Give mo souls Whitcficld to cxolului Wesley with tho desiroto prench beyond old England declaring that tho world wns his parish But in tho enso of nono of his followers has Godly zeal preyed upon their vitals liko n consuming flro ns it did upon him who said Wist yo not that I must bo about my Fathers business nud who was wounded for our transgressions and bruised for our iniquities Bcv David J Bojlo Pres byterian Philadelphia Clioolng a Vocathjn Somo peoplo often misinterpret their life work I remember a young man who imagined he had recoived n call to tho gospel ministry Tho young mnn stated that ho was leady to bo ordained nnd begin tlio work Ho said ho had receiv ed a vision and emblazoned ou tho sly wcro tho lottors G P O Ho inter preted them Go preach Christ A member of tho church who was prcsont asked if the letters could not mean Go plow corn Smno men havo nu idea they can do something vv lieu they cant Thoy should learn to gnugo thoir work by tlio measure of their nbilitics Itov Dr Laudruiu Baptist Louisville Fu hlon nud Life Tho great mistake iu lifo is to think that each succeeding phuso nnd fashion is tho real thing while in fact each is but n passing show This is an nbuso of lifo Another uhuso is to underestimate its real vnluo in opportunity friendship development of character success cto All theho aro of valuo nud how best to uso them is tlio secret of tho best uso of lifo God puts no premium ou misory but moans that each individual shall find happiness iu lifo so ho has or dained that happinoss docs not wasto in tho using but rathor breeds tnoro hap piness Lifo is it nursery nud its best tilings nro thoso that will boar trans planting Itov Dr W E Barton Con grcgntionnlist Bostou Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Three Kind of Warfare Tlicro nro tlirco kinds of warfare in which every good man engages tho of Â¬ Christian Marriage Â¬ hUo Improve Kunrul limit jour uppctltc omplvxloii nud The Perry County Farmers Institute Tlio seventh Perry Co Parmers InBtl tute will bo held at ToblmpHt Ind Dec 4th and 6th 1890 Hon Jno Q A Serge of Corydon Ind and A 0 Lockrldge of Greencastle Ind will be the principal lecturers Papers by Homo Talent Our farmer friends of Breckenridge county aro especialy invited Tobinsport has a reputation far liospi tallty and will welcomo all comers J J Vheel Chairman Home Ind Ker ltUoulUiaimriMnry to romovo Impure accumulation from tho bowel a It U to eut or lecp nnd no health can be oxiwctcd whoro VVHIU iiuun ui uuu iruuus SICK IIIUDACIIKI Till dtatreiiliiR nmlcllon occur fluently Tho tlUturbunco of the mint fre momncli iirlsliig from tho Imperfectly rtlijeitod con teuu cuuc n nuvero pain In tho heud uccompanled with dlnocrteablo nausea unj thl contltute what i popularly known u H clc Headache for tho relief of which tuka Hlmmou Liver Itegulator Nhoulil not bo regarded n a trllllne aliment In fuel nuturo demand the turnout regularity if tho bowel und nny ilov atlou from till UOIIlund nuvc tho wuv nrinn til snrlfiiia Inn CONSTIPATION it at Wiuhiuatnu EfttffiSffiK SunliT expects a ueciston Thumlny nnd Dupont Ha Xot Yet Glteu It Up Wilminoto Del Nov 16 It is ro ported hero that Colonel Henry A Du Â¬ pont will rcnovv his contest for u Beat in tho United States sennto J Edward Addicks is flKhtincr in tho courts for in dIIef on if is ngnlnst him ho will inako u contest Ha J the WKVKIIY lACKAau Ca Z Stamp In red on the wrapper II ZUIIIN A CO lhlladelf hla Looking Thoy nro n curious couplo Yes Yes Sho cares for nothing on earth bnt looks nud ho woll hos very vUiouary potroIJTribuue Who is of bo little faith as to doubt prosperity ahead when Mark Hanna Why suffer with Coughs Colds and with twenty live of the richest men of LaGrippe when Laxative Bromo Quinink our land get together and ronBult aa to will cure you in one day Does not pro- Â¬ the hiBt interest of tho laboring peoplo duce the ringlug in tho head like Sul- Â¬ Sister correspondent Lyonla our Salt phate of Quinine Put up in tablets con- Â¬ river predictions were only partly veri- Â¬ venient for taking Guaranteed to cure Mr McKinloy rode in on that or money refunded Price 25 Cents fied magnificent chariot with gold wheela For sale by A It Fisher Oh thou Mind of the universe we who Palmer and Buckner poor boys pie hun- Â¬ direct in ourselves free will and nn indi- Â¬ ters well they will need stronger food Teachers Association vidual consciousness that separates us before that tramp ia completed Bryan A Bhort but interesting meeting of tho from the beasts and gives a sdnse of kin- hes all riitht hes just gone up the river County Teachers Association was held ship with Thee approach Thee with as- hunting a suitable place to dump McKlnat the court house in Hardinsburg Nov surance ley with the Shy locks the Ilerr Mosts 14 1800 For tho protest of the humau mind and Hannas In 1000 Mr Driskell by reason of other duties against the claim of any human knowl- Â¬ was unable to be present nnd PrOf Har edge to be the final and complete for all Horace Greely once taid Tho way to mon was chosen chairman honest doubt that drives us Bteadily for- Â¬ resume is to resume speaking of again Teaching vs the other Professions ward to clearer comprehension for tho putting gold into circulation after the was ably discussed by Messrs Avitt great scientists who have helped to shake war But you may say resume any Coke and Harmon the dead husks from creeds nnd opened number of times to that torbid liver of How conduct eltsu a in arithmetic the eyes of their makers and preachers yours and it wont budge until you take waa presented next in a few well chosen to a fuller religion wherein the unity Simmons Liver ltegulator Mauy people remarks by J C Tncker follow ed Jtf and comprehensiveness of Thy plan for seem to forget that Constipation Bilious-Â¬ Messrs Avitt Coko and Harmon onward movement both in nature and ness and Sick Headache are all caused Trof Coko ninde an interesting talk on revelation are more fully recognized we by a Bluegish liver Keep the liver act- Â¬ the Teachers Needs He emphasized thank Theo Thou who art not far from ive tho need of thorough preparation and of any one of us love for the work Wattersonla For all passing away of forms and cere- Messrs T nnn in luln Im mm 11 1a m1 Avitt In -- 1 f IL villu of Pausing a wtille to inop his brow and some goodMatthews nndconcerningmade her new duties suggestions hollow Pharisaism for the growing un- - catch his breath spent in the the mazes of Teaching of Civil Do you liko Washington Government in the ueruuiiieiiug tuai sanctity is never more the dreamy waltz in the Moulin Rouge Yes I havo never lived there but I to be measured by mere attendance at Henry Watteison telle a cable corres- Â¬ public schools am well acquainted with the city I do worship Talks were made by Prof Cokp M E for tho spiritual and material pondent that agrarianism will show its not know much about official life how- Â¬ progress of our race for Thy stately step head in 1100 moro fierce if Ubs formid- Â¬ Avitt and Alice Brown upon the method ever I imagine that it causes the as pings in human history making life seem able than ever and that the test of the of conducting classes In oral work sumption of many arduous duties many no longer a thing of Last but not least was an Interesting chance but the pos- Â¬ strength and permanence of American real cares and possibly it brings some sible opening notes of a grand eternal institutions and free government is yet talk on the subject Participles nnd In- Â¬ pleasures symphony we thank Theo Thou who to come He argues that there is a grow- Â¬ finitives by Prof Ilarmou You know of cour e that Republi- Â¬ dwelleet While we were glad to see tho number not in temples made with ing feeling of animosity against the rich can women have taken an active part in hands of teachers present we regretted that by the poor and he advises the East Â¬ this campaign Are you interested iu more did not take part in the work k For all sorrows that break down our erners to make less display of their their work Alice BrtowN Secy self satisfaction for the furnace of afflic- wealth for fear of intensifying the feel I know very little about it I have tion that destroys the dross and makes ing of hostility against them Let the never had time to devote toauy womans of the residue a golden chalice for bear East take a leison quoth Henry from organization Living as we do I have ing solace to our follows II for all agony the South In its concentration of the to meet a great many social demands that touches us with the feeling of others wealth of tho country and in its ostenta LODISVILUS KY Nov 17 1898 Then some timo ago I broke my hip Inffrmities we thank Shipper ihould mark all paoktgea plainly Thee though Thou tious display of this wealth in the grad which brought on mo a train of evils so aflhct us sore pending over us ns a tryer ual cultivation of caste in the tendency with ihlpperi name and poit cflo adJreii that I am not strong What timo and and refiner of precious DUTXKB things to hug its vast riches and in the finding Choice strength I have I bestow on my two oountrj 12 U For all great disasters that electrify of meana to keep itd millions at Medium 8 home 9 daughters us with the feeling of brotherhood to all let it behold a danger It will Creamery 10 A 15 do well to Do you know what Is Mrs McKin- - men for famines and pestilences that cousider in the light of both ancient and Freih leys attitude toward organirad womens turn us for the time from Q 16 the rakincs of modern blsti ry und if it has any real FEATHERS - work selfishness to the works of sympathy for etateamen they white goose 40 3 41 can not put their genius Prime No I do not I imagine though Mixed 26 Q 36 sudden death and its warnings that our and resources to better HO usts than by the Old 16 that her health is too frail to permit of own time is limitedwe thank Thee Thou construction of policies which will bring No 1 dnok 25 2 00 her taking any active interest in such who notes tho fall of POULT Ry the sparrow them alliances and make tbem friends efforts ITeni per lb But I dont know 7 For all children thought of with loye policies wide and broad 1 253 00 justifying in Spring Chiekeni per do Do you know what she thinks about beforo birth nourished with tender joy Borne measure the unlimited accumula- Â¬ Duck per lb 13 1JH the use of wine at state dinners deete per do 3 5051 UU anu weicomeu to the world with holy tions thoy have been able to pile up in No I never heard her express an purpose POTATOES for all mothers who compre- Â¬ auch relatively short 00 compass of time Iriih per barrel opinion on the subject though I have hend the far 7513 00 reaching Influence of mar Â¬ Thoso accretions not ouly serve to breed New La 2 50 entertained her often at diuners She riage for all fathers who Sweet potatoes per bbl CI J 00 keep their bod- Â¬ corruption among themselves but they From atore 2 to 5 ct higher and Mr McKlnley will certainly do ies consecrate for tho growing fueling unite against tlio simple rights of prop- Â¬ Navy Deam per buihel 2S 7 what they think right probably what that the fatally life is a sacred aud fate- Â¬ erty all the forces of cupidity and ra Â¬ ROOTS Is customary and what shows the most ful 2 75 function we thank Thee Thou who pine operating on agrarian 2 40 and sectional Senlea Snake consideration for all concerned Mrs art Love ji nn Pink lines fctates have been saved before Hayes was an exception of course I For all maiden women who with hearts now by timely forecast Yellow a 21 Only prideand Wild Ginger really know nothing about Mrs McKln of flesh panctify to 6 6 humanity seek a wid a very foolish pride at that has led Lady Slipper leys Ideas on the subject I er family than homn can give nnd go Spain to defy the lawa May Apple S alike of God and Mr Hanna is uo politician she went forth to Blood cherish the sick the bereft the nature in Cuba Only pride the pride 2 on to say I dont call him one That orphan for all the FIELD T3KKDS helpful ministrations of wealth and caste will keep the East newspaper man who said he won in the of those full Timothy per luihel 180 of Divine self denial who from seeing tho truth that it must make Clover per bushel 42 game f politics just because he didnt bury their sorrow to turn a sunshine a pattnor of the rest of Crimson Clover per bushel 3 00 the country not Red Top pea bushel understand the first rule of the game ej face to the world we thank Thee Thou alone by generous and expanding poli- Orchard Grass per bushel never to tell the truth was right I think Batisflsr of Js hearts that yoarn to be filled cies but above all by Blue Grass fancy pr bushel 86 Juat policiee In that way he surprised everybody Blue Grass extra per bushel For the great Teacher the Emancipa Â¬ harder perhaps to 65 realize than any Onion Sett Yellow per bushel Ilia whole heart was in this struggle Ho tor of mind 1 25 the Founder tho Center the other policiea We can alwaya be gen Â¬ Whlto 2 50 simply put into it all tho executive abll Secret of all that la lovely and of good re erous but it ia not always easy to be HIDES Ity ami tremendous energy that have port Green rood a 51 in our later civilisitlon for the just wisoly just to ourselves Just Dry Bait irood made him so successful in business r S 0 Moral Monarch the Princo of Peace be- Â¬ 10 Q U what Mr Watterson means It will bo Dry flint good Sheep skins fore whose mild might the paganUms of 10 40 more than a trifle difficult to determine Geo 1 Allen Clear Springs WOOL Komo aud of Greet e shivered into frag Ky Had the correspondent waited until the Tub washed writes that he is confident Sutherlands ments for Him whose power ia not short- Â¬ ti next morning when the brandy and soda Orease fin 15 la Eaglo Kvo Salve saved his ejes from go Â¬ ened to tame the heart of fire till ygj Xi the had bad time to take ffjet uo doubt Mr Brry DIok ing out It Is the greatest n medy on lion within us lieth down with the m j Watterson vvoukl have talked more lu- Â¬ Bnrry and Out 8 ffl 10 eaith for any and all kind of soio eyeB Lamb we thank Thee who hast made MISCELLANEOUS cidly If lesa learnedly He is predicting granulated lids etc Tlivslt comprehensible to us iu human and deprecating agrarianism and in the THow a ii Beeswax i n form same breath making an argument in jus- Â¬ Sorghum Molasses 1 j S 30 Submit Gracefully to the Majorly tification of agrarianism he is doclairr We bow in wonderiugawobt fore Theo ing against the assaults of Inteiior Jpurnal the shiftless The Interior Journal which support Â¬ apparent in these Thy works both great upon tbo accumulations of the thrifty ed the Chicago ticket becauso of its and small save to the fool blinded dear and at tho same time urging the pros Â¬ regularity aud did all iu iu power to aud unresponsive Thou spiritual em Â¬ perous to change their course or elect Bryan though opposed to portions bodiment of power order life intelli- Â¬ Inevitable disaster Mr Watterson suffer talks of the platform is uualnst a further gence love hear the breathings of our about the concentration of wealth and th0 qU8lkm 88tttl tLe hearts aa we sink into silenco before the cultivation of caste In true Till kuiu HiHuuuru Huvucaies nave iiau a Thee Our voices die within us Sus- maniacal style He la merely echoing chance to demonstrate either the sue tain us till we step upward from this the blatherskite hleatlngs of Tom Wat Â¬ c at of their plans or their failure By a dim mysterious sojourning place into son Stump Athby and the crowd of ca- Â¬ majority of moro than a million the Light lamity howlers who live by destroying votors of the United Statrs have declar- Â¬ bogy mon which they themselves con Â¬ ed against free sllyer at the ratio of 10 to Do you go to bed to sleep Of course jure up What can Mr Watterson mean 1 or any other ratio and it becomes all you do I Then if theres any croup or by such Ineffable rot as demanding that patriotic citizens to submit aa gracefully I whooping cough among your children the Eait ahall pursue a more generous I administer Dr aa may be Bells and expanding policy or that it aba Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on her dresser 1 hat complexion with her beautiful white hair pushed back irom her face In a soft wavy roll made her look like a French marquise in nn eighteenth century painting When she stood up her tall Blately figure enhanced the Impression of dis- Â¬ tinction raado by her fine face She was handsomely but simply clad in a gown evidently Intended to bo worn as a trav- Â¬ eling dress It wa a plain back serge skirt with a short jacket over a black and whlto checked eilk waist A neat white linen collar and white cuffs added to the trlmnesa of her costume Mis Hannn said that she was new at the interviewing business and that she was afraid of saving somethiugBhe ought not to say Of courBe she continued I know that Mr Hanna hrs lately become a public character and tho public has a cer- Â¬ tain right to ask questions about him This campaign has been peculiar and the part Mr Hanna played in it was un- Â¬ ique I cannor remember that any cam- Â¬ paign since the war has created such interest Are jou interiBted iu politics too Oh yesj I nlvvnys havo been My father was in toucli witli political affairs and I shared his interest But I dont iutoi fere in my husbands businets We never talk politics at home I dont ask Mr Hanna about such matteis and lie dosent tell me If he did I shouldnt repeat what he said I know of course that every woman has ii llucnce said Mis Hanna but I dont want to exert mine in a sphere I know nothing about I should be afraid of making mstakes Did ou see much of the campaign Oh yes indeed I wns tight in the campaign But the part I played was a Eocial one I have tried to help my hus Â¬ band as best I can in that way Without being questioned she went on What Mr Hannas future is to be is as yet uncertain I have every confidence in Mr Hanni nnd I know that whatever ho decides will be right If he Mays in public life I shall h el that it is fur the best nnd I shall endeavor to meet all emergencies that may nrise Mr aud Mrs McKinloy are coming to see us- - Wo shall then have an opportuWe have nity to consult together known them intimately for seven years Yes Mrs MuKinley is very sweet but unfortunately i xtremcly delicate I am very very fond of Iter and I shall Â¬ Â¬ Oh thou Mechanic of the Infinitesimal Sunday we who aro not the least of all Thy crea Â¬ The young man that buys candy for tures enter thy presence with praise his best girl seldom buys her candy aftor For the perfect detail in the short lived sho becomes his wife gnat dancing in tho light of the dying There was preaching at tho home of day for IheBtructural adaptation of those your scribe Fiiday night by Kev Bowlda creatures that escape our vision save as There was a good crowd out to hear him the eyes aro aided by the wlcroscopo Mr Burns wife and child of for the pervasiveness of life thlngi even ireeu river stayed Tuesday night with that die being the sustainers of things Lave Newberry on his return homo from that live for tlio evasiveness of life so a visit in Hardin county that after all research wo give up foiled Itev D L Bowlds will preach at tbo in every attempt to find a natural origin Presbyterian church the first Sunday for life in the tiniest atom for all tbeso from the text Tako things wo thank Thee Thou who art life night in December away the stone St John 11 and 39 For our own bodies sacred because ye Prof Bowlen with bis school visited they are Thy handiwork bo brief in their Both schools endurance and yet so potential because Midway bcIiooI Friday of the blessing or sorrow we pass to those spelt together recited pieces and all had who come after us for our brains and a good time We bid the Midway school their power to set us on tho apex of all to visit us in tho near future pursue a moro just policy What is the meaning ol all this 7 If tho llat has accumulated wealth is it proposed that It shall glvo lis money nwny to him By expand Â¬ fortunate communities ing policies is It meant that the East shall part with Its goods or money more liberally nnd for less security Tlio Iden that tho East must do this or tho West must do that Is the veriest drivel Tho arraying of ono section against another section iu u freo country is tho vilest demagogy If tho East Is so much more favored than other sections if it has fact been ablo to pile up such vast accretions of wealth on account of geographical position merely why did not Mr Watterson and his agrarian friends move up there and become par Â¬ ticipants in this abnormal nud immoral wealth Thoro were nostrinya tied to Mr Watterson or Ills socialistic friends ho nnd thoy wero free to go anywhere they desired To remain away until the East piled up vast wealth and then demand that this wealth be redistributed by a generous nnd expansive policy is the gibberish of paresis the ravings of paranoia Whether wo havo an agrarian uprising or not this trutli must be told wholesome it is unpalatable it may jfcvt Peoplo who have money or property In the East or elsewhoro are going to keep it or as much of it as they can and when they aro forced to part with it for ncceB saries they will glvo as little as they possibly can Further tho laws guar Â¬ anteeing protection for life liberty and property will be respected and enforced and any one agrarian or otherwise who imagines ho can take a citizen by tho throat aud compel him to pursue a moro generous policy will find himself in tho hands of a policeman Watterson declared that it was impossible to get drunk on Swiss wlno he can not say ns much for the French distillation or wo Commercial Ap- Â¬ aro much mistaken Â¬ living things for thought audits products in solid form that are seen in every direction for the challenge to effort that comes fr m the elusive secret of nature for the power to conquer and transform this inert world beneath our feet we thank Thee Thou who art supreme In- Â¬ telligence peal T1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M M 9Dg Â¬ u r Â¬ THE BRROKEINRIDGR NEWS OLOYRRPORT KY Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pair New gcods see thorn Suitors One month from to day until Xmas J II Wills is quiet sick at his home The pay train Mine In Monday even Â¬ ing Just one moro pay day hefnrn Christ Â¬ mas OUR CHAWLEY ELI MURRAY Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills To those living FOIt iPwiw Wwyl JvvOy5 IS DEAD He Went up to Frankfort ta Have an Extra Session Called and Got It In the Neck BILL of FARE - lJiickH on pound foot are bringing 5 cents p r on foot I g BMING MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Creim of Tartar Powder Free bom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant K Tmkejsnro bringing cults FfMlEI 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 25 1890 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER LOCAL BREVITIES Oysters in bulk Staders Tomorrow is ThauYegtvlng Now lino of boys enps Suzere Thero is a good deal of sickness in tins city Manlo syrup ten cents a can Polk J Gregory Oysters 25 to 40 ceiita per quart at Chas Lishens Hair brushes combs toilet toaps et at Babbages Frank Englisb was out in town Satur- Â¬ day on crutches Now lino of canned goods arriving daily Polk and Uregoy Orvllle Skillraan tbinks of going to California for bis health Harry Clay colored barber of this city lias moved to Owensboro Soft and stiff bate in the correct style for this seasons wear Sulzers Dont fall to send in your order early for Thanksgiving to Chas Lishen Avoid the Christmas rush by having your pictures framed now Sulzers Maj AV R Kinney is reported as dan- Â¬ gerously ill at his homo in Louisyllle Chas Lisben will be headquarters for every thing good to cat Thanksgiving Mrs Win Ditto is quiet sick at her country homo just above Brandenburg Visit our grocery department for good eatables for Thanksgiving dinner Su- Â¬ lzers per pound Turkeys Ducks Geese chickens and etc at Staders Eatables ot all kinds for Thanksgiving at Chas Lishens Rob Roy and cordnroy belts new line seo them Suzers Turkeys Turkeys will bo in demand for Thursday Thanksgiving Something new and novel in tho way of ladies purses Babbages Where are you going my pretty maids 7 To Knights gallery of course Tho stone cutters at Cornwells rock quarry have all gone into camp Staders the butchir is the place to get your supply for Thanksgiving Preaching at the Picsbyterlan church on Sunday morning and evening All the good eatables can be had for Thanksgiving at Polk Gregorys Tho hunters with their dogi started out yesterday alter game for Thanksgiving Try our new combination parched Gregory coffee xcellont goods Polk A lino three fourths life sizo crayon picture for only it 00 at tho picture gallery If it is picturo frames you want go to the picture gallery to buy them and save money See Suzers bill of fare for Thanks- Â¬ giving day Get eytrythlng you need there Regular sugar house N O molasses open kettle not sjrup splendid Su- Â¬ Â¬ Passod Awayat Bowling Groon The Frankfort correspondent to the in malarial districts Tutts Pills Courier Journal last Friday said at 330 p m Last Wetlnos- Speaker Blanford of the Kentucky arc indif pinsiblc they keep the daythe 10th Inst House of Representatives called at the system in perfect order and are Mansion this morning to seo Ex cutivo HimÂ¬ m DINNER 1 m THANKSGIVING MEATS Ham 1 1 A Cloverport Boy Who Matlo History self Famous in His Countrys IIih Goyernor He told tho Executive that be was there to Bay he thought it ws altogether better that the extra ses Â¬ sion if it was called at all should be as early a date as pofslble railed The Bpeakcr wont on to give his reasons for euch a view of the matter and fo an absolute cure fr for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ tion and all bilious diseases Dried licef and Sautago Ureakfast llacon ltabbita and Game of all kinds Chickens SKETCH OF HIS LIFE Thero will be two notable weddings to take place iu Brandenburg and vicinity soon Turkeys dressed celery oysters Geese ducks cliickens and etc at II L Stad Â¬ ers Enoch Barker who has been conllned to bis beil with a sovero case of pneumonia is rapidly iniprovinp Rock Lick and Planters Hall post Mall offices have been discontinued matter lor tbee offices n w goes to Glendeaue Mr Grant preached at bis regular monthly appointment at Guston last Sunday morning aud evening to inter- Â¬ ested congregations The Frank Bros are fluisbing up their large tobacco wnrohousi at Jollys Sta- Â¬ tion It will bo for rt nt aqil a good opening for a tobacco buyer A pure grade of all kinds cf spices in pounds quartern and hi If pound cans guaranteed to be abiolut ily pura or mon ey refunded Polk Gregory Master mechanic Ftrry inkplaced steam radiaters in his oflke and the tele- Â¬ graph oillco at the shops to take the placo of stoves hr beating purposes Captain and Mrs J II Row land went to Rosetta Monday to be fono a week with her Bister Mrs Jilizi Taylor The Captain while there will put fn his timo hunting for game The Presbyterian Gleaner society social one will give a Jack Homer week from Friday Come and see the famous Jack put his finger iu the pie and pull out a plum Rv W A Lusk has been called to Central Avenue Baptist church Mem Â¬ phis Tenn This is ono of the largest and most wealthy churches in Memphis He takes charge Jan lft 1897 While the steamer TnraECon ws loading hogs at the wharf last Sunday morn Â¬ ing several of the porkers broke away and ran up town and the chase of mate and deckhands through tho streets cre- Â¬ ated quiet an oxcitoment Phillip McGovern an estimable old gentleman of Victoria is cow fn his 00th year Mr McGovern was taken down last Thursday with lagrlppe Pre- Â¬ vious to that time he had been enjoying His many friends hope good health that he may soon recover Horaco Gilbert was in the cty last Saturday the first time since the day that tho ball from Geo Tauls pistol came so near putting tho light of his life out soveral week ago He was look inga little palo and thin but was enjoy ing good health Tho Locomotvle works aud Westing bouso Electrical Company of Philadel Â¬ phia have just completed an Electric Locomotive which makes 200 miles an hour Tuis is reputed to be the fastest engine over built and is called The Lightening Express JUf O P Bush of the enterprising firm of Moorman Dean Co Glendcane went over to Oleveland last week and contracted for 40000 ties for immediate delivery This will givo employment to a number of men for soveral months and put a lot of money lnclreulation Things will be pretty lively around Glendeane from now on till spring Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t IMr 1 9 K CASTOR I A fr Jer Infant and Children State tllsilj idMsMfS v s2a0T kM Heinzs Table Curry Powder Tomato Catsup Worchrster Satir Gen Eli II Murray died at his resi Â¬ Sauce Evaporated Horse Itaidisli Celery Sauce Chow Chow Air Holt the Negro Who Killed Officer Mustard Dressing Celery Salt Mustard dence in Bowling Green last Wednesday White In Owensboro Is Behind the 18th inst at 3 30 oclock p m He the Bars had for months been a sufferer from Sweet and Sour Pickles Mixed Pickles Pickled Onions and Olives wishing to die iu bis native diabetis and LUNCH state ills family realizing that the timo Deviled Ham Iove Oysters Potted Ham Mustard American and Alf Holt the negro who murdered brought him from his home in wait near French Sardines Corn Heef Lunch Tongue Chipped IJeef Officer White in Owensboro threo weeks Deviled Crabs Canucd Salmon Mackrel Cream and San Diego Cal about three weeks ago ago was arrested in Louisville last Fri Brick Cheese and took up their residence In Bowling day morning though it is to City Mar Green He was a total physical wreck shal John Hall and detective J II Will and on the 18th day after his arrival on Orances Bananas Apples Cranberries Lemons Cocoanuts Canned of Cloverport that the credit of his ClierrifB Peaches Apricots Plums Pears Pine Apples Dried his native soil surrounded by his family capture is dun Peaches Pears Apricots Prunes Dates Figs and Apples and immediate relativeshe passed quietly Hall learned that the murderer had and peacefully away As tho ruling DRINKS passed through Cloverport on foot jUBt Coffee Tea Chocolate Cocoa nnd Wild Cherry Phosphate passion is strong st in death his last in morning after the before daylight on the Whero is my telligible words wero DESERT crlmo was committed and this informabrigade I must cover the enemy Fancy Cakes Gelatine Jelly Plum Pudding Mince Meat Ueception He on the track tion started Wills Flakes Honey Fancy Candy nnd Nuts Gen Murray was bom at Cloverport learned that Alf Holt bad visited his Ky Feb 10 1843 and was fifty three Eggs and Kvervthing to help you get up a Thanksgiving dinner brother Prts Holt at Sample and had years nino months and eight dajs old at Butter for table and cooking ubc Send in your order early stayed ouo day with him The detective the time of his death His family is a tracked him across the river about Lick fv jt O prominent ono and he himself has Kun aud through Indiana to Corydon obtained an honorable name in the his Â¬ At Corydon Holt has a sister living aud tory of his country He was a brother Wills had to make a confident of some of Hon David R Murray of Cloverport body to help him locate the house and O Murray late president of the Logan find if Holt whs hiding Hit ro Wills lzers United States National Bank of New confided in a prominent county officer city last Clint Adkisson was in tbo vice president of tho Ameri- Â¬ York now and learned that thero was a strange Friday on his periodical trip selling can National Bank of Louisville and of Educational Column negro man thero who answered the ties rubber goodB HAD- Judge John Allen Murray deceased CONDCCTKU UY K HARMON AND M R AVirT scription of Holt but had gono out bunt- Â¬ V T JV V VyV iVy V T T T Ky T V T mNsiiUKG tTTTTTTT T T V oysters celery geese ducks who was well known as a jurest He Turkeys ing that day This county officer either In this column we shall endeavor to have asked and all of the good things for Thanks- Â¬ was also a half brother of Ex Governor thoughtlessly confided iu Holts uch qucflioru as will be of Interest giving at Chas Lishens T T Crittenden of Missouri now Unit and answered of the comor purpost ly warned him of Beautiful views of the Baptist church ed States Minister to Mexico and Wm and benefit to the teacher and pupils mon schools the danger and when the house was nice frame for sale at our gallery in a L Crittenden who graduated at Wett All teachers are lespectullly urg d to contribute raided that night Holt had skipped bjt Knights Cloverport Ky Nover forget and always remem Â¬ Point served witli distinction in the shirt articles not exceeding loo woids written on That will my you to remember one side of the paper on topics pertaining to Iublic there was the gun that ho had been When the children wake up in the Mexican war and joined tho fatal Lopez ber that we carry tho largest stock and greatest variety in Brandenburg hunting with School work night coughing one dose of Dr Bells expedition against the Spanish Govern- Â¬ receiving new fall styles goods All communicattrns concerning this column Wills was sick nnd had to abandon Always is all thats needed ment iu Cuba in 1851 and was captured should be forwarded to the above address tbo chase here so he came home on the 1aid dress goods nt 15c 25 pes Good quality lrss ginghams Seo our fancy QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Thanksgiving services will be held at aud executed at Havana It whs Wm packet that night and wrote to detectivu and 25c L Crittenden who when tho hour of worth 8c at fie I How often does the President draw the Baptist church in this city Haager of Louisville that Holt would A full size hatchet 10c 0 pel IlDOBler cotton wortli lie at 1c The usual collection will be taken execution had arrived and he nnd his Ills salary probably come that way Hint lie had a Sixony yarn high colors only 6V 50 pes best blue calico wortli tic at 4c unfortunate companions were drawn up Ans Hissalary is payable monthly former wife and father-in-laup there nnd Etiameld handled curry comb 5c 2 Locato the mints of the United 25 pes blench cotton 7c at 5c in lino and ordered to turn their backs to keep tlniii spotted and he could catch John Dean bus bought about all tho and kneel to be shot uttered the immor- States 1 lot of Indies shoes nil kinds aud szes 25 bed comforts our price only 2Hc Holt tobacco in tbo neighborhood of Glen Â¬ some worth 2 150 1 00 jour choice 50 pair blankets take them Glj tal sentence Kentuckians never turn Ann There are mints at Philadel- Â¬ was on Tutsday night that Wills It deane at very satisfactory prices to the their backs to an enemy nnd kneel only 75c bars St Louis soap 5c phia Carson City San Francisco Den- ran the murderer out of Corydon and on farmers 1 lot of ladies button shoes only these it pint tin cups 5c to their God and confirming his worcs ver and New Orleans Friday he was caught He will be kept 1 sizes 2 o ij 4 wortli 2 your choice Vfhe steamer Cloverport will go on by his actions he stood and faced his 3 What important historical event lot children shoes eiz s 5 0 7 at JO in the Louisville jail for fear of mob her first trip of any distance Friday night executioners 03c 15 pes nice heavy canton tlaunel 5c hr ppenf d just previous to the sixteenth violence it hesbould bo taken to Owens She will take a crowd of young peoplo to 125 pair mens 2 boots We will sell of Eli II Murray century 25 pair mens jiin pants 50c Tho youthful days boro Hawesville you at 1 25 1 lot clothts brushts wero spent in Cloverport and he wrs worth 25c at 10c Ans Discovery of America by ColGO doz mens white dress shirts at 4Uc 1 lot hair brushes at IOj W II Lankford merchant Lankford early identified with politics When tbo umbus in 1 492 1 lot heavy duck coats Personal 1 lot Wool dress goods Vtoitlt 35c at 10c These coats aro war broke out Mr Murray then only Tenn writis Dr Bells 4 What Presidents wero inaugurated Free 04 pago medical reference book worth 150 but will sell them at the uarth for eighteen years of age immediately enter Â¬ on tho filli of March beats any mediclno on to any person aflheted witli any special low price of Sc ed the union army In 1801 ho organz coughs and cold Ans Polk aud Grant chronic or delicate disease peculiar to Third Kentucky Cavalry and the 8AYINOB WISE Wouldnt it ba funny now if GusR ch ed the Address the leading phy Our clothing department is full of all seasons choice goods nnd at All great iren are in some degree in Â¬ their sex first camp fires of that fumoui r giment ardson did train this State for Bryin sicians and surgeons of the United States the lowest possible prices Fall capes and jackets at rock bottom prices were kindled in Murrays woods now spired Ciceroe Gus is a fi jMur from Doe Run week and Wbat we learn with pleasure wo nover Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street Highest market price paid for your dried fruit wool chickens feathers insido the city limits of Cloverport Mr will stay with them Chicago eggi etc Wc have also added a now grocery department Give us a the sertico ns Alfljir forget A Mercier James G Harris who gavo omp oy Murray entered call Prosp rity is a blessing to the good a but after the death of Col James S ment to a number of men at bis gnvel Hon David U Murray lias just re- Â¬ at Perryville Ky ho was elect- crrse to the evil Anon pit near Spotttvdle finished hit cont act Jackson Nothing is more reasonable and cheap ceived the volume ot the American Dig Â¬ Ho was with Sherman on ed Colonel BRANDENBURC KY the first of this month Anon est for 1800 It is the decision of the Ids famous march to the sea aud ho had than go d mannos If anyboly wants to rtturn thanks conducted himself with such bravery Our greatest glory consists not in nov- Â¬ Supremo Court of the United States for with us to noirow at ourhoni they are aud merit on the field that when General er fallimr but in rising every time we one year It contans 03111 pages in one peif ictly w Iconic provided taoybiing Kllpatrick was wounded down in Geor- Â¬ fall G ildsmlth volume and is probably the law st book with them a dressed turkey gia Murray was given Kilputricks com- Â¬ Dr Hells Peppermint Chill Tonic in the state Nov 10 1S9 6 Tho Louisville Live Stock Journal mand by Gen Sherman When the war tastes giO1 is good and does good A Four Couitsits Pedagogy Business Scientific Classical Diplo Inst week said Lee Meyer of Hardins was over and he had returned to Ken- Â¬ etfectual pwitivo and permanent cure Petty thieves made a pretty good haul mas granted in all courses burg Ky paid a visit Tuesday and mar Â¬ tucky he received his commission as a for verand ague Contains no for the winter Monday night in Cow chis The Cumulative method is used in teaching the languages Latin keted a load of rattle and hojis Brigadier General Five families left their clothes Urcck ucrmun anil rencn An anti malarial and an up Â¬ Heel poison f Sudley Hambleton who has been in After the war Gen Murray graduated building tonic a blood purifier An ap out on the lines to dry they being too A Special Coutse for those who wish to prepare for Teachcus Cer the Sadderly and Harness LiwI nesi in at the Louisville University of Law He pntlzr aiding digestion It makes the damp to take in that evening The next tilicate In this course the students will be fitted for tcacliers by actual this city for a number of years closed was a handsome and dashing young roan complexion good Large bottles 50c morning when they went to examine work in our MODEL SCHOOL his stock out Monday to Payne Co aud he took part in social matteis as a Guarameed by all dealers them to their astonishment found that Special terms to 320 pays tuition for all courses except music all of their clothes had been carried oil those wishing to pay as much as five months tuition iu advance G W and E A Smith Guston v eut leader In society and in 1875 he married TOBINSPORT The unioitunato ouos aio as follows Boartl f 200 to 250 per week down to the Falls of Rough Mondaj to Miss Eva Neale a Louisville b Ho and at the M E Mrs Al Geary Mra W G Smart Mrs to daughter of a prominent house By his Vislto8 Entertainment Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for look over the Davison farm which be sold by Commission liable go to day death this lady is left a widow and two Miss Spotjs FJ Ferry Mrs C W Moorman and teaching can make airangcments witli the President of the College to Church Thanksgiving attend school here Wiite for particulars at once It will pay you if Mrs Michael Hamtnan Wai field and Miss Hullie children Miss Evelyn aged 21 aud USIr Aria To Illinois Other News you desire to attend a first class school at a small cost Jones will be married at Fordsville to Â¬ Neale a youth of 17 aie fatherless The musical talent of Cloverport go After leaving law school he entered D S RORERTS zr Pros Ilardinsburg Ky Address night The bride and groom will si end Mr E Cummings of Derby was down down to Hawesville Friday afternoon on into the practice of his profess m at or FELIX KERRICK Ilardinsburg Ky Thanksgiving in this city witli his rela- Â¬ the steam tug Cloverpott to give an Owersioro with James L Johnson as to day tives James England went to Louisville yes entertainment for tho bent fit cf the partner While at Owensboro he was BOOK KEEPING SHOHT HAND TELEOBAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC iThe sale of the Cloverport Hotel was appointed United States Marshal of terday Cloverport Presbyterian church building consumated last week by R L Nowsom Miss Mary Groves has returned from fund Thy will be assisted by some of Kentucky by President Grant aud by the who was agent for Dr A Bishop of Ith- Â¬ Cannelton the talent of Hawesville also Miss Op wise and judicious exercise of his author aca N Y to M W Mitchell of New Miss Mary Anderson has been visiting ponheimer of Ovveiib ro ity the Ku Klux troubles in Kentucky Consideration 387i Albany wore brought to a successful termina Â¬ in Cannelton Who desires to hotter bis or her condition In life should rtrito for Victor HHvnir met with a dangerous From now until Christmas wo will tion President Hays rewarded him for Mrs Jeff Hawkins spent Thursday tbo Cataloguo of tho accident one day last week He was go Â¬ make cabinet photos at reduied prices his services to his country by the ap- Â¬ with Mrs Capt Weatherholt Come get our prices and sit for your pointment to the Governorship of the Mr Shaw and wife Louisville are ing to llnrdiniiburg bors buck when his liorcm iiicme irigureniU on uuruMis No 400 THIRD 8THEET LOUIBVILLB KV picturo in time Make a beautilul pres Territory of Utah His services as visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Frank hill and ran away and threw him He ent to your friends Knights gallery Mifs Spotts after a pleasant visit to wasrendertd tiuconscious by tho fall Executive are well known and his exer-Â¬ thought that Tho Texas pay train distributed cise of authority was so thorough and Mr Waldo Simons returned U her home and for some time it uaH Hm was picked he was probably killed in Illinois 25000 in gold to employees along the dignified that President Arthur reapto the Uurdette residence carried Charles Weathers and wife of Cannel Â¬ tin and he rallied and was able to be line of its road last Monday The yellow pointed him where to spend Thanks- Â¬ driven home ia a carriage that afternoon metal was eyed pretty closely and seemed When Arthurs administration closed ton will arrive Monday He is well now with the exception of to please the men and tho I tod you Mr Murray retired from public life and giving with Mrs Curt Ityan The M E church will give an enter Â¬ some cuts and bruises about the face and sos Bald this is what MuKinley done removed to California where he edited Thanksgiving head Inr in t e California American a paper at San tainment at their church evening All are cordially invited to Society lady Clove rpert to soicit Win McCracken of this city and Diego He was taken sick last August WANTHI lancing cUssin Vir particulars in of Ilardinsburg and iu a few weeks fell rapidly in weight attend Miss Bridget Carrol quire at thii Iilice Tom Allen Louisville and Misses S Will hav tncnclo e mnv as tis Ut nnd will be married in tho Priests parlor at until from a man weighing 250 pounds Mrs C li K Whitehead Anna Dono Mabel cann t set money irdir 10 oclock Rev Fa Â¬ he- only weight about 125 pounds whon Rernlce that place to day at and Eunice Beavln attended church at an-ther Gabe will perform the ceremony he reached Kentucky n nin to employ forlhe year night WANTKD furnl h crniWleraule help Ig7 the farm r His remains were pbHffBjvault at Sklllman Wednesday They will return to this city and make and dairy Mui tin ab e to tumtsh soma female awtMHHRbvery of Bowling Green to help Good milkeS required No prt Terence as to it their future home while or ci I red nbor if satisfactory relert nee can Logan O JHyT who is WXfrs Irene Dugxer sajs she is not a his brother be ill ven Lirne and commodious lensnt huur Women Only giod ixople can secure this place Alply candidate for the Cloverport post office sick with pneumoniti in Louisville Or l W FOOIE Irvingtontfy early Louis- Â¬ SUPPrlt UNTOLD MI5BRIKS and will not be so long as Miss Lela Afterward they will be taken to Henly wants it Now if the men who ville or interment BLUE are reported candidates could be Induced A Valuable Prescription to show Miss Henly tho same kind and generous spirit aa Mrs Dugger has Editor Morrison of Worlhlngtoti Iud You have a valuable shown her Miss Henly could rest easy writes Hun I JLXki ACTS AS A SPECIFIC Big bamlsome clever Charlie Weaver prescription in Electric Hitters and I can IICTID Bf Arousing lo Healllij Action all IwOfgi the only Democratic post master Louis- Â¬ cheerfully recommend it for Constipa SAWS of ville baa had in a number of yean1 came tion and Sick Headache and as a general to bloom and It cnuaea health Mrs An Â¬ Hoy toiulgii throughout the frame lnrticular attention given to repairing large Circular Savta down on the pay car Monday as also did system tonic It has no t qua Major Marshal Morris President of the nie Stehle 2025 Cottage Grove Ave FOH 8AIK CHUAl It Never Falls to Regulate Breckenridge Asphalt mines both the Chicago was all run down could not eat Every Paw warranted Improved Chrser Whl Every Saw tested by eteam before it leavea the shop anil Sunerlor stork of lead Mr wir tiw been under treatment Gilts b ed to special guests of those hospitable and nor dig st food had a backache which Poland hlna Swlnt flf filter sr Wotkiuanhlp the very In iMbjiw In Novsmlxr lillaii tills Cy Ions llosr 14 Kr ow popular railroaders Messrs llujh and never left her and felt tired and weary months Id tllgibt In any I C rcgistcrr I uviiiti IniIlllAliilt laeuiiduliecuwu Prices lower than any shop In America We want Saws that other shops Itave Also 8 1 Wyandmts 11 1 Kocks U Hramss Cayce It was Mr Weavers first ran but six bottles of Electric llittes restored iRISlMi Mark your name on Saws and ecm My pens failed on to prove our skill aa Saw repairers S C H I eunori and Umdin G m into this section and he expressed him Â¬ her health aud renewed her strength r from prisa stock ctitfully bred and an vteise a uiunmin kmiumtOu to jumu e letter of advice aa to repairs wanted Address sour natronaire kind v iv nincler ol food stock 1 Get a bottle at SaMtydfUHHtatt UWPWWH r self m being delighted with the trip and Price 60 cents and f tUsnectfully SOIICKCO 111 THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS B APAKKS CIlAon Mills Ky A R Fibers Drug Store the country the Interest therein that had brought him that much out of his way to urge the matter Mr Blanford is said to have had nothing to say any desire to bo through with tho session and footloose on the 4th of March in order to go on to Washington nnd press his application for United States Marshal for Kentucky The Governors reply to the Speaker was that he was obliged to him for his Inter- Â¬ est and suecestfons In the matter He gavo the Speaker to understand very plainly however that he had no idea of calling any extra session beforo the Christmas holidays and added that ho would not call it at all until there was a different temper shown by somo of the He is also said to particlpnntsto be have added that thero would be no sense use or wisdom in the piecipltate conven- Â¬ ing of a lot of men at crors purposes and only in a humor to wrangle The Speaker had told several that lie was going down to urge the Governor to When he came call the session nt once back he was asked if he now thought there would be an extra setslon before January 1 His answer was a very de Â¬ Mr Blanford still says he cided no is for Boylo for Senator and denies that his visit to Louisville a few dajs ago was to see Dr Hunter Tutts Liver Pills IS CAUGHT Pumpkins Sweet and Irish Potatoes Kraut Celery Cabbace Turnips Spanish Onions Canned Tomatoes Corn Beans Peas and Canned Appli s Cracked Pancake Flour Nudavene Oatmeal Wheat llice Hominy Tapioca nnd Macaroni VEGETABLES CEREALS SAUCES I Jo r MURDERER PICKLES FOR FRUITS Â¬ Â¬ FOR vr Â¬ li V T -- 1 w Â¬ ZFOIISTTIEIR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ Â¬ GEO YEAKEL CO Breckinridge NORMAL College Second Term Opens Â¬ Kto euyfom wart V rtk - S7l- BRYANT STRATTON Â¬ iMBr Â¬ 1 - Tlioiisaiids ol BRADFIELS FEMALE SPRING HERD REGULATOR Â¬ S Repairs The Rockport Saw Works iROOKPORT All Kinds Hammering and Straightening a Specialty iwmlll r7r bt WrWrWl Rocort if s5r ww- - 6 THR BnGKSKRIDGR NRWS OLOYRRPOR GEN He Ky HARRISON TO FARMERS Constipation Guises fully lialf tho slckrwil In tho world It retains the tllRcslml food too long In tho bowels Says He Has No falienoe wiib reopte wno xigui mo ah LiItotuwj tnil liver Indi We have them from the finest to the cheapest Bhipped to us from factoties nil over the woild Kith orders to Made and laid if desired by the best carpet layers in the world to get them at less than factory prices or on time If you want to save money live happy please your wife sweetheart mother cou ins aunta mother-in-labe respected by your neighbors no matter whether Republican Democrat Free Silver or quarters for Carpete Rune Mattings Curtains Furniture and Household Fixings generally w sell So you have a chance You can take them for cnh uncles and especially your Gold Bug come to Head- Â¬ Not Forgetting T7vTE3 -- A-r DEFIES IE 1 0 ZEST 200 IMIIIliIEJS From Louisville AGENTS MANUFAOTURERS and Fifth LOUISVILLE Bet Fourth Jefferson Street Through to Green Ave entered it like a thief with his boots in THE 8UPREMK COUET his hands entered it singing softly to himself The Method TJied in Passing Final Im cill d litl- - titter pup sweet tittle guter pap Decisions Though t could never tell why hk Ytt stil Im called gutter pup i et little pup Poor litte gutter pup I hic KY MOORE CO Breckenridge News 25 1696 UNION STAR Held orer frrm ast week A PENSION ROMANCE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER TAYLORJN FOOLS guter Tho Subject of Governor Bob Taylors Lecture Last Night i -- Tennessees Governor Was in Fine Laughter Trim For Talking Loud and Long I of The Paradise of Childhood Youth and of Manhood and of the Home Were Talked Of Atlanta Constitution 1 Governor Bob Taylor of Tennessee lectured at the Grand last night He was in pood terms for delivering hi The Faradise of magnificent lecture Fools The crowd was very large rilling the lower part of the theater and half filling the balcony and gallery The people took the opportunity to hear one of the best lecturers on the platform the eloquent Bob Taylor renowned the country over for having defeated his brother a Republican for governor of Tennereee and for having that distinction of being the only governor who is a fiddler of national distinction The Paradise of Fools is considered the equal if not better than The Fiddle and the Bow the lecture that first made Governor Taylor famous on the lecture platform Atlanta is notably a city that ii death on lecturers but when it has ever been announced that Governor Taylor would occupy the platform in this city there has been a crowded house The governor was born among the mountains of Tennessee and he im bued the gift of eloquence and wit when growing upon his fathers plantation Governor Taylor began his lecture by exclaiming that man is a fool Every rich blessing within the sight of the Almighty Father was poured from the cornucopia of heaven into the lap of paradise But it was a paradise of fool because they stained it with disobe-Â¬ dience and polluted it with sin It was a paradise of fools because in the exer Â¬ cise of their own god given free agency they tasted the forbidden fruit and fell from their glorious estate Oh what a fall was there It was the fall of inno- Â¬ cence and purity it was the falling of happiness into the abyss of woe it was the fall of life into the arms of death The lecturer pictured the paradise of babyhood of boyhood of youth of man Â¬ hood and of home in words now eloquent and pathetic now witty and sarcastic The house roared and cheered when the lecturer touched the people with his wit and pathos Of the paradise of home he said How rich would be the feast of hap Â¬ piness in this beautiful world of ours could folly end with youth but youth is only the first act in the Comedy of Errors Whether it be the child at its mothers knee or a man of mature jreara whether it be the banker or the beggar the prince in his palace or the peasant in his hut there is in every heart the dream of a happier lot in life I heard the sound of revelry at the gilded club where a hundred hearts beat nappily There were flushed cheeks and thick tongues and jests and anec Â¬ dotes around the banquet spread There were songs and poems and speeches I saw an orator rise to respond to a toast to Home Sweet Home and thus he reÂ¬ Mr Chairman ana Gentle sponded man John Howard Payne touched millions of hearts when he sang Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ He was unconscious of a white fuure of the stairs hold- Â¬ ing out a lamp like liberty enlightening the world and as a tremendous voice called him to the judgement bar the door closed behind him on the paradise of a fool and he sneaked up the steps muttering to himself What shadows we are hie What shadows we pursue The biggest fool who walks on Gods footstool is the man who destroys the joy and peace of his own home for if paradise is ever regained in this world it must be in the home If its dead flow Â¬ ers ever bloom again they must bloom in the happy hearts of home If its sun Â¬ shine ever breaks though the clouds it must break forth in the smiling faces of home I believe the world is better today than ever it was before I believe the refinement of modern society its elegant accomplishments its intellectual cuture an 1 its conception of the beautiful aie glorious evidence of our advancement toward a higher plane of being I believe that every successive civilization is better and higher and grander than that which preceded it and upon the shining rungs of this ladder of evolution our race will finally climb back into the paradise that was lost I got in a great theater at the national capital It was thronged with youth I and beauty and old age and wisdom saw a man the image of his God stand upon the stage and speak His gestures were the perfection of grace his voice was music and his language was more beautiful than I have ever heard from mortal lips He pointed picture after picture of the pleasures the joys and the sympathies of home He enthroned love and preached the gospel of human Â¬ ity like ho angel Then I saw him dip a brush in ink and blot out the beautiful picture he had painted I saw him stab love dead at his feet I saw him blot out the stars and the sun and leave humanity in eternal darkness That man was Ingersoll the archangel of modern infidelity and I said How true is the holy writ which declares The fool hath cad in his heart there is no God Governor Taylor closed amid cheering Quite a number of prominent citizens were out to hear the lectnre among them Governor Atkinson and family that stood at the head Justice Harlan of the Supreme Court of the United States at banquet in Cin Â¬ cinnati 0 October 3 gave the following interesting account of the method pur- Â¬ sued by that bedy in deciding cases before it In my intercourse with the members of the bar I have found to my great surÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Notice to Tax Payers On all taxes unpaid on the 1st day of December 1S00 there will be added 6 per cent penalty and we wll proceed immediately to collect as the law directs S A Pate and tax all costs S B C and Deputies BoleOp Whether in the form of pill powder or liquid the doctors prescription for blood diseases is always the same mercury or potash These drugs bottle up and poison and dry it tip in the system but they also dry up the marrow in the bones at the same time The suppleness and elasticity of the joints give way to a stiffness the rack- Â¬ ing pains of rheumatism The form gradually bends the bones ache while decrepitude and helplessness prema turely take possession of the body and it is but a short step to a pair of crotches Then comes falling of the hair and decay of the bones a condition truly horrible Contagious Blood P0TASH Poison the curse of mankind is the most horrible of all diseases and has al- Â¬ Â¬ prise that the impression prevails with some that cases after being submitted are divided among the judges and that the court bases its judgment in each one wholly upon trie report made by some one judge to whom that case had been assigned for examination and report I have met with lawyers who actually be- Â¬ lieved that the opinion was written be- Â¬ fore the case was decided in conference and that the only member ol the court who fully examined the recod and briefs was the one who prepared the opinion It is my duty to say that the business of our court is not conducted in any such mode Each justice is furnished with a printed copy of the record and with a copy of each brief tilt d and each one ex Â¬ amines the records and briefs at his chambers before the case is taken up for consideration The cases are thoroughly discussed in conference the discussion in some being necessarily more extended than in others Ttie discussion being concluded and it is never concluded until each member of the court has said all that he desires to say the roll is called and each justice prtsent and participat Â¬ ing in the decision votes to affirm re- Â¬ verse or modify as his examination and reflection suggests The chief justice after the conference and without con sulting his brethren distributes the cases so decided lor opinions No justice knows at the time he votes in a particular case that he will be asked to become the organ of the court in that case nor does any member of the court ask that a particular case be assigned to him The next step is the preparation of the opinion by the justice to horn it has been assigned The opinion when pre- Â¬ pared is privately printed and a copy placed in the hands of each member of the court for examination and criticism It is examined by each justice nnd re Â¬ turned to the author with such criticisms and objections as are deemed necessary If these objections are of a serious kind auecting the genera trend of the opinion the writer calls the attention of the jus- Â¬ tice to them that they may be passed upon The author adopts such suggesÂ¬ tions of mere form as meets his views If objections are made to which the writer does not agree they are consider Â¬ ed in conference and are sustained or over ruled as the majority may deter Â¬ mine The opinion is reprinted so as to express the final conclusions of the court and is then filed Thusyon will obaervenot only Is the utmost care taken to make the opinion express the views of the court but that the final judgment rests In every case decided upon the examination by each member of the court of Uie record and briefs Let me Bay that during my en Â¬ tire service in the Supreme Court have not kuown a single instance in which the court has determined a case merely upon the report f one or more justices as to what was contained in the record and as to what questions were properly presented by it When you find an opinion of the court on file and publish Â¬ ed the profession have the right to take it as expressing the deliberate yiews of the court based upon a careful examina Â¬ tion of tl records and briefs by each jus tlce participating in the judgment Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Harvey English was in town Saturday R B Cox and family have returned to their old home James Severs is home for a few days from his business In Louisville Herbert Board tf Hardlnsburg visit- Â¬ ed his fair lady at this place on Sunday last Miss Euola Wilson of Midway Ky is the charming guest of Miss Sue Avitt B mallear Miss Bettie Lee Dix much to the sor- Â¬ row of her many friends here has re turned to her home in Owensboro Mrs D S Richardson and Mits Sarah Richardson visited Mrs Percy Beard at Hardinsburg Thursday and Friday Vj T Skillman of Cloverport was in town last week visiting his captivating little grand daughter Msj Sarah Eliza btth Haynes A revival meeting was begun SnnJay by Rev Metcalf at the Methodist church in this place Great interest manifested Miss Sue Brashear and her guest Ml- - Euola Wilson paid a delightful visit to Miss Etta English last week On T anksgiving morning the ladirs of the Wr inant Foreign Missionary So Â¬ ciety will give an open session at the church The object is to interest peo- Â¬ ple in the cause for which they are so enthusiastic All arc earnestly request Â¬ ed to be present Monday afternoon Mr R C Richard eon gave a delightful hay ride in honor of Miss Wilson One of the young ladies had a kodak and that contributed much to the fun Then persimmons grapes and hickory nuts in abundance combin Â¬ ed with overflowing spirits and an intox- Â¬ icating autumn day made the trip all that c ud be desired Â¬ A Kentucky Hatband Finds a Long lost Wife at Pitts- Â¬ burgh Aflcr being lost to his family for almost twenty years Frank II White a former Pittsburger was brought face to face with his wife in the cflice of special Examiner Patterson For over nineteen years Mre White had not seen her husband and thought bim dead He is a war veteran and Mrs White having been told he was dead ap- Â¬ plied for a widows pension When the application was about to be granted the Pension Bureau discovered that Frank H White of Owensboro Kentucky had also applied for a pension The similar- Â¬ ity of the names started an investigation that resulted in establishing the fact that the applicants were man and wife Steps were taken to bring the couple to- Â¬ gether They had separated on account of a quarrel and the local pension offi- Â¬ cers after hearing the womans Bory thought they would effect a reconcilia- Â¬ tion They brought White to Pittsburg and sent for his wife Tho woman sup Â¬ posed her pension check had been re- Â¬ ceived and the money was waiting for her She went to the Perston Examiners office to day where el e learned that instead of a pension she was offered a husband The meeting was not partic- Â¬ ularly joyful Whit afterward said he was justified iu leaving his wife and declared he would go back to Kentucky He will gt his pension but his wife will not The strange ending of the romance puzzled the pension officials Â¬ Â¬ Pittsburg Pa Nov 12 Sore Throat Quickly Cured Not long ago in speaking of sore throat If you want to withstand the evil ef Â¬ fects of the coming winters chilly blasts the best precaution is to put your lungs and bronchial tubes in a healthy and ro- Â¬ bust condition by the use of Dr Bells It promotes the free circulation of blood and gives vigor and vitality to the respiratory organs Where cattrrh 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 does Dr Bells It is a tissue builder through the process of free and healthful circulation of the blood By its use the Bystem is render- Â¬ ed less susceptible to coughs and colds and for their euro there is nothing that quals the genuine Dr Bells made by the E E Sutherland Medicine Co and sold by reliable deal- Â¬ ers ey and the difficulty 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 have frequently used Cham Â¬ berlains Paiu Balm in my family for sore throat and it has affected a speedy cure in every instance I would not think of getting along in my home with Â¬ out it Pain Balm ileo cures rheuma- Â¬ tism sprains and bruise Fur sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A R Fisher Druggist More Light on the Cleveland Bond Ner York Sub Here are the figures taken from the records of the Treasury which show the administration of the national finances since Mr Cleveand became President in 1S93 12 --The Ind Nov Indianapolis session of the Farmers Nat Â¬ third days ional Congress had two Important feat- Â¬ ures One was an addrets by Gen Har Â¬ rison and the other was the adoption of a memorial to Corigrts Gen Harrison was In a happy mood and when ho arote to speak ho was greeted enthusiastically He said Â¬ 1 came here to make an acknowledgeyou have shown ment of the compliment me by inviting roe to appear beiorc this I Suppose that politics is bar Â¬ congress red as this is an agricultural meeting Im not an agriculturist though born and reared on a farm My education was paid for by the proceeds of corn and hogs It Is the custom of the time for men of a particular occupation to associ Â¬ ate themselves together to develop and cultivate mutual Interests Such organ Â¬ but we izations are to bo encouraged mu6tnot forget that lawjers farmers and laborers all have Interests and that no one class should try to get the better of the other class s We are all rejoicing that you are getting a littlo more for your wheat aud corn though it is at the expense of us who have to pay a little more for the thlrg we consume Then the General ventured a little piece out into political waters I have no patience with those people who are always fighting the air he Bald He advised men who believed that legislation is prejudicial to them to go about a fight in a systematic way It was pain that not fighting the air the General was referirig to a situation He advised in the recent campaign that public sentiment be focused on whatever questiou of unusual import was brought before the people and that men go straight after what they want Then he told how a brakeman came and sat down beside him in the train one day recently and told him that lie did not like the idea of this thing of try- Â¬ ing to array class agaiust clasj This re-Â¬ mark of the brakeman of course pleased Gen Harrison for he added Whatever they say about clrsj inter Â¬ ests the great body of tho American people will work for truth and right Gen Harrison added It is mischievous to denounce classes and this thing and that If there are trusts let us know it and bring legislation to bear upon them and court de crees to bear upon them and then we have accomplished something If any man will make it plain to the American people that he is oppressed that he is not getting his righb then I undertake to say to you that the American people will be on his side against whatever may oppress him My thought is if you think there are wrongs and grievances in the business condition or in legislation hunt them out and specify them hold them up to public judgement and have faith in your fellow man For I Bay to you that the great body of the people an overwhelm Â¬ ing majority are in favor always of jus- Â¬ tice and fairness and if you make that appeal to them they will rispond I have rejoiced in all that has tended to make agriculture easier to give leis-Â¬ ure for thought and reading for the cul- Â¬ tivation of the intelltct I rejoice that the school house and the little church are found in every country neighborhood I rejoice in the belief that our people are patriotic and that never before in the history of our country was there a deeper and more universal love of the starry banner and tho Constitu- Â¬ tion for which it stands Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eit ii lull USUJ COJtcil oiri- s 1 hMiiactic etc JloodS run - Kc AUdrusglsts rcstilMcatlyanlthcrouflily Co Lowell Mass Prepared by C I Hood Xbo only PI1U to ttkn with Hoods Bawaparlllx UnilntUn mt nil lt Pills BRYAN IS WRITING A BOOK It Is on the Silver Question and Will Be Out January 1 Chicago III Nov 10 William J Bryan la actively engaged In the prep Â¬ aration of a work to ba published about January 1 This work will embody a thorough discussion of bimetallism and its importance as an issuo in the cam Â¬ paign of 1000 Mr Bryan has authorized his publishers to stato that one half of the royalty received from the sale of the book will be used In advancing the cause of bimetallism during the next four yeats The work will also contain Mr Bryans views regarding the result of the recent campaign his biography written by his wife together with special con tributions from eminent political leaders Another special feature of the work will be an interesting account of Mr Bryans trip and the enthusiastic receptions accorded him Â¬ GREGORY Wfiarfmaslers CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY Steamboat Agents - Local Agents Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Oil Company Dealers In Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt- - Lime Cement Lathe Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material DISEASES OP THE SKIS The intense itching jjnd smarting inci- Â¬ dent to eczema tetter salt Tlicum nnd other diseases of the skin is instantly allayed by Eye nnd Skin applying Chamberlains Ointment Many very bad cas cs have been permanently cured bv it It is equally efficient foritcliing piles and a favorite rem wbr for sore nipples cliamd hand chil Mains frost lite nnd clirnnic sore eyes For bale by druggists nt 20 cents per box Try Dr Catlys Condition rovrders they arejust what a horse needs when in bail condi- Â¬ tion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge The Air We Breathe contains Oxygen and Nitrogen in the proportion of one to five drsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen contains Oxygen and Nitrogen the former greatly in excess ozone and is very soluble in water Heat liberates it it is raken into the lungs by inhalation absorbed by the blood which it purifies and so goes directly to the seat of all diseases Send for our 200 page Treatise Sent free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The TAILOR Friday of every month with J H Hunsche Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Drs Stark ey 1529 Arch Palcn They are startling indeed Money io the Treasury oq March mSjsJ Money ia the Treasury on Street Philadelphia Pa San Francisco Cat Toronto Can Casper May Co IND Bespect The Stomach Few people do have proper respect for the stomach If a thing tastes good and is not so hot or so cold as to be pain Â¬ ful to the mouth or throat it is swallowed by too many people regardless of con Â¬ sequences Do not give the stomach food that will irritate it or retaid it in the performance of its natural functions or it will retal Â¬ iate in a way that is decidedly unpleasant A headache a lump or heavy feeling In Uie etomach and irritations of the skin are mostly symptoms of disordered digestion resulting from unwholesome Â¬ saer GoI1 doll Fractional silver 1091 SLegit tenders 18676514 National bank notet 55Su8 Treasury notes of 1S90 in iojiSIa Not tooitSi ll7A5i Urlt4 14631345 i8y6 CANNELTON John R McLeans J7j6jA u8iSoS J9a69316 7J food Alum baking powders are responsible for the larger part of this unwholesome food for it is a fact well recognized by physicians that alum renders food indi gestible anil unwholesome The danger to health from this causa is so imminent that it behooves every MM pleasure rojm B n turf lUtcs thtrts Otochae may ao tJacc hi heme IJbvT tr to humble Bat as for me gentlemen give me the pleasures and palaces give me liberty or rive me death jgJtwB be launched into an ocean of tboeght like a magnificent ship going to sea And when the night was far spent and the orgies were over and the lights were blowa oat at the club I saw bim eater his own swet home in his glory but it always breaks forth again attack Â¬ ing some delicate organ frequently the mouth and ivYFl throat filling them ft with eating sores I i m SSS is the only 1 Vm I I known rare for this disease It Is guar Â¬ anteed porelv vege table and one thousand dollars reward is offered for proof to the contrary It never fails to cure Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Cancer or any other disease of the blood If von bare a blood disease take a remedy which will not injure you Beware of mercury dont do violence to your system Dont get bottled up I Babbans will be the place to xet your Our booka sent free to any address A mas goods Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga LifflrSwi f J Tyr A A doctors Their pot ash J itri bottle and mercury up the poison WTO IUC I During several years residence In the far west I bad many opportunities for observing the wonderful effects of Cham Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy Its efficacy was demonstrated in the alkali regions where the water produces violent purging It allayed the attack when all other remedies tailed I repeatedly saw the greatest distrvsa from diarrhea cun d in a few minutes I used the remedy myself with the most satisfactory result and can recommend it for the complaints for which it is in II dicated Giuhoium editor of the Republican Pha nixvllle Pa This remedy is for sale by A R Fisher Drorgisi one to adopt precautionary measure to kef p alam baking powders which are now so numerous from the kitchen storts It will be found that those pow Â¬ ders sold at a lower price than Royal are amtst invariably made from alum and therefore of inferior quality and danger Â¬ ous to health The safer way la to look for the well known red ami yellow label of the Royal Baking Powder That u certain to cover a piadcr free from alum The Royal is made of cream of tartar a pure whole Â¬ some fruit acid derived from grapes It la renowned for addisg anti dyspeptic qualities to the food as well as for soak itK finer and better food JUb rta Between the SC8K418 held JtSthe by Treasury when Mr Cleveland became its keeder and the 254005735 held by It Nov 2 the difference is 1107793317 which is all there was to account for the J50O00O received for the bonds sold during this Administration besides 55700000 seigniorage on silver coined under the act of 1KW So it appears that of the vast sum by which the national debt has been in Â¬ creased recently more thau 8191000000 baa gone to make gool the deficiency in the Federal revenue Measured iu dol lais the deceit practiced on the country almost to its ruin by the pretense that these bonds were sold to maintain the gold standard turns out to be greater by many millions than any calculation has ytt revealed The grcsifalbehood that these bonds were a necessity of the gold standard nearly cost the nation its honor and per Â¬ haps its life through the credence given to it by the general public and it has also formed the basis for the agitation to abolish the greenbacks Happily the country was saved and so no doubt will 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lhe eekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was ofiered at THR Great RESTORER 50 cents a year and its circulation Rostoros prefect increased by the addition of over uoan vor an manLsoJ and re- - 300000 new subscribers mo e all tiita- the most substantial and coveted testimonial a 03to 03 tie publisher t could desire rrou etire jWt tOdUlll When asked for the secret vital Iowpj of such Rn inavso cfiVU or the success Mr McLean frankly answers was ot jwtii and tx The Enquirer has no opinions to force t Removr Van upon its patrons it simply prints the facts and tells the truth that rJtab all the reader By ittirsLor may form his own opinions v wp Ot V3 JW maintaining the price of the paper natenri sj4 torr more news and greater variety can be full vital r Curaa a a uaiuoc furnished a4funA and every class of business iw dffTwlto3Lyi of uwca t0 Wnich a chcaper LirS i tie joqly scientific trd3BMi journal cannot afford sort afeiM oat jr u i The very liberal support given the a eu v Cjra 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