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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Ib D V O j Breckenridge Btoie EdlUri W- - THR BREGKENRIDGH NEWS GLOYERPORT KY News al Frepriitit 2 1890 WEDNESDAY DECKMBEU BiWeripUei Prle 1100 a Ttir Is Adruet of th Tikr S125 HPJd kt tit Eid SIX PAGES Announcement are ntitliorlreJ to nnoun Ciiihtt Kor as a candidate for office rf Ounljr Surre jot tubfect 10 the action of the Republican partr Hlcttion Nortmbtr 187 WE Coxa rem convenes next Monday Mr Bryan gels one electoral California Mr Cleveland liai bought a residence at Princeton N J vote in 10000 Who is the Hon John AV Lewis Mark Hanna in the Fourth Congression Â¬ al District Fob the first time in the political his Â¬ tory of the United states there is this year a woman elector She was chosen in Wyoming on the Bryan ticket a little over 13500000 votes polled in the late election Of this vote Mr Bryan polled upward1 of 0600 000 or 700000 more than Mr Cleveland in ISM were There Ark the merchants and business men ot this town pulling together Are they doing anything to help build np the town or increase Its business Are they Are they hold Â¬ reaching out fir trade ing out any inducements for trade to Are they doing anything come here at all to make the impression on the outside world that this is the best the healthiest the most prosperous town in the State of its sir and chances In fact Is there a slnge living soul in the town that is saying a good word for it As Brother Shelly aptly said in his ser- Â¬ t is the duty mon last Sunday night of every membr of the church to say a good word for his church his pastor its members Talk it up work it np and You cant have a revival keep at it says he unless all the members take an interest Come out to church Take a part in the meetings talk them np on the streets in your homes ear some- Â¬ thing and do something This is the correct line of action aid if everybody would do just as Brother Shelly lays there would bi such a revival in this And town as was never known before what is true of the church and religion is true of the prosperity and success of the town and its bosnefw L ls all get together have a meeting and talk up the town for a while instead ot talking it down Get together on some one line of action all of us merchants bankers mechanics and laboring men A strung pull a bard pull and a pull altogether for the next twelve months and youll see quite a different Btate of affairs in this good old town of ours The best thing this town can do is to gat full of religion It is says Mr Moody the best thing in the world to bring peace and prosperity to any nation or community This town is going to have a better Christmas trade than it has had in yeas- Watch our prediction If you are not ready for it you had better he preparing for it It is coming sure Talk wont establish a Democratic paper in Louisville It takes dollars and lots of them It will not only take dol- la s to start it but it will take more of em to keep it up after it is started old enough and shrewd enough to take care of himself may the Lord help him we cant We cant second the motion of Ir Mr Cleveland isnt big enough our generous pondent Brandenburg corres ihiorfgftgo and were purchased by the Imortgageef Messrs McGheo and Smith et Dally arr lUrdtnttary IIi pm Track No 4 nf 212 acn a went to Col OOIPO fiT U rreen at 2o0 track No o of eighty IaiMOf r Dally arr Ilardlnibarg TJ an fecn acrtf toSoIAIen at 3Kb traok No Gof ti n acres to HD Uurchatll HARDINSBURG I rack No 7 of 100 acres to Col Gr en at SlIojtrnckNo S to E F Tilfoil at 15S Ed MiGufTin has returned to Ilanud There waa a go xl crowd at tlit Ktl but The family circle the bidding was slow is never so happr Station Tne Fats of Hougi had q ille a busy after the chain u Sheriff S A Fate went to Frankfort look last s ednesday broken and a link Duiiiesn is n th Â¬ Tuesday taken Some family ing like it wm In 02 however said Col Dr Buruh of MtQtady was in the I Gretn Kvt rj thing wasaetimruiind chains are strong Saturday others weak Have here then and we hail to dawon the Born to the wife of Mr O L Haw- - banks twice a week for money to you a good family py cur kin Nov 22 a girl hands Now it is not Fo go d We ari history- - Ur is there a tendency to coughs horn fill however tl at things may im Â¬ There was a bg dance out at Mr John throat or bronchial troubles prove Mr Gretn has one i f ih finest Uoaches last Thursday night Has a brother weak lung Dr and Mr Miles of Gam It visited saw mills in this part cf Ken ncky sister parent or near relative When running to its full etpa lir it I MtGullio last wetk Mrs It had consumption Then your Djnt BroAD who has been qiite ill works about twtnty men and cutn about family chain is weak six car loads of lumber a day It has with pneuinoui i is able to be out again TakeSCOTTS Strengthen only bf n built a few year and it and I have moved my shop up tains in my the dam just near it cost its owner about EMULSION of Cod liver Oil old ftsnd at the Brick corner T 0 ioOCO The dam is built of fctonj and with Hypophosphites It c meut and is twelve feet thick On the makes rich blood gives stren g th Lewis West side of the liver there is another and vigor to weak lungs and Mr Dolph Board went to Guston a few saw mill in good running condition but run down constitutions With rn appliances djjeago to visit his sist r Mrs L A not i quipped with tb- for handling heavy logs and lumber to its aid the system throws off Henry tliH extent of the new one At a real acute coughs and colds It pre- Â¬ Mr Amon Kinclieloe has bought the busy time both ot these mills am wi rked vents the chain from breaking house and lot formerly owned by Jits Mr Green has over 11000000 feet of Shall we tend you a book about thk lumber on his yatd now awaiting sale Jolly Mr a lor fre For salt by all droughts at Oc and 100 Itev Smith and Miss Irmine Munford STEPHENSPORT BOWNE New York SCOTT of Irviugton were visiting Miss Lillie Mr Irvin Payne of Harned Stat ion rcjp Scott last wetk was in tonn Saturday Misa Kva Iltston left last Wednesday semi annual election of oArers of Mirs Mini Hanks spent several for Louisville to spend a week with Miss Knights of the Breckenridge Lodge union etar iati weeK Beatrice Brooks Xiorn to the wife of Mr S II 1 x a Pvtbiaswas held in its Castle Hall last Monday night The exalted ones were Dr J T Baker was in Hancock county seven pound girl on the 2Jnl 8100 Reward 100 Mhs Blanche Grant was the guest of Samuel Conrad Chancellor El White Â¬ a few dajs last week and while there her aunt Mrs G W Payne last we k head Vice Chancellor Eugene Kings Â¬ The readers of this j aier will te pleased traded for a fine saddle horse Mr and Mrs It A Shellman to learn that there is at least one dreadYou can get yourself warm and pleas- Â¬ the city this week buying holiday are in bury Prelate Scott Vance Keeper of good ed disease that science has been able to ant by stopping in my place Reams and Seal Alfred Oelz Master of roomalwajs Jailer Gus D Shellman was the guest Exchequer all its stages and that is Catarrh I warm and Master at Joe Lalleist cure in comfortable T C Lewis of his brother It A Shellman last Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive Arms J TDaniels Master of Workf bCfrs Henry Harned and Mrs Dr Ben week cure known to the medical fraternity Several from this place liavo attended G W Short Eugene Kingsbury and Al- Â¬ Ttirncwl trora riovn last TI mh1a Catarrh being a constitutional disease lf Bro Metcalls meeting at Union Star bert Lalleist Trustees tend the Womans Missionary melting and report a good revival requires a constitutional treatment Arthur Driskell and Mits Huldah Bell Sheriff W B Gardner of Iivirgton Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally was acting directly on the blood and mucous were married at the home of the bride linir in town a few dass last week iiust up the bos for taxes surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ Wednesday Nov 1otii at 3 oclock p m aud Mis Robert Vaualin Mr and Mr and Mrs John Bljthe came up KMr It A Stellman Misses Emma Moer- ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building from Clover Creek and spent Saturday ley Ola Bicgsand Georgia Hawkins were up the constitution and assisting nature and Sunday with their mother near invited to the Smith liousi on Thanks Â¬ giving and as usual the table was filled in doing its work The proprietors have here with good things and each showed their S3 much faith in its curative powers v Madam rumor tajs our efficient Sher Â¬ appreciation by eating a bountiful supthat thpy offer One Hundred Dollars for iff S A Pate will launch out into matri- Â¬ plyany case that it fails to cure Send for monial blessedness about the Christmas HOLT lists of testimonials holidays Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Thomas Smith was sick a few da 8 last Bring your repair work I have the 5f5oId by Druggists 75c best equipped shop I ever had a warm week Mrs Emma White is visiting in Har THANKSGIVING room good light Come and see me dinsburg H I fc W TIME TABLE OtFO WItTt m fi Broken Chain Come and See Us Gome and See Us CHRISTMAS 1896 In the Lead A it ml I sinO As usual we are going to do our best this year to make this a Merry We have no Christmas for you - hesitancy in saying we will show the Â¬ largest line of a Holiday Goods ever shown in the county attention f I Farmers Watch for our Opening features for the little ones Special A mix living in Illinois who was 100 ears old on election day drove four milts through sleet and rain to cist his vote for McKtnley This explains the whole business Mark Hanna knew how to get out every vote The lion Henry Wattereon has re turned from Europe There are 200000 Democrats in Kentucky who are not in the least concerned about his home The time was when things coming were different in Kentucky Mr Moody is stirring up the sinners in New York Hes waked up the whole city People are Hocking to hear him by the thousands He is not only touching their souls but their pockets as well 100 bills are often found in the contribution box Â¬ Mas Cleveland is studying French so the papers say She is taking three les Â¬ sons a week of an hours duration each And doing all of this with three babies to look alter This is what we call pluck for a women of her age Great is Mrs Cleveland It is said that after a panic then comes a great revival of religion followed by years of prosperity From what we read in the papers all over the country the former is now on and the signs of the times indicate that the latter is just ready to buret upon us if we would only lot it It is said that President Cleveland will leave the White House comparatively a poor man and that when he enters the private walks of life he will have to get iIoh n and scratch for a living just like the rest of us But it seems to us if we had a million dollars laid aay we wouldnt scratch near as hard as we do now Mr Cleveland will not suffer and joull never hear of him after the 4th of March Judge fckilluian is a terror to evil doers i He knows the law and lias the courage to enforce it The laws of this land are all right The trouble is to get men and We oflicers who will enforce them commend Judge Skillman for his cour- Â¬ age If a man carries a pistol In this civilized age he knows ho is doing some Â¬ thing that the law forbids If he trans Â¬ gresses the law he knows the penalty and should be made to pay it The railroad managers are doing just what all prudent business men ought to do and do do when they find their ex Â¬ pense account is running beyond their income cut it Its a thing they hate to do for they had much rather increase it than to cut it but in order to providef or certain fixed charges which have to be met they make these cuts Ho where is the consistency in jumping onto a rail- Â¬ road for doing the same thing we would do ourselves This is a mighty lively age An ox team gait in this day and time is sure to get left and the man that drives it is not in the procession a little bit We are a lively frolicksomo nation We move on wheel only two tis true but they are spinners Did you ever think how slow the average man moved and how much time lie kills And herein lies the secret of all success That fel- Â¬ low with the money got It by moving either his brain or his muscle or both You dont see him standing on the cor- Â¬ ners talking politics and cracking Jokes Hes moving all the time moving Hes right in the procession not falling back but trying to Lead it off Will Hook and Joe Cox went out last Guston Opposed to the Gold Thursday andkilled about forty birds All of the hunters have bcii doing some Standard fine shooting this season Giftov Ky Now 27th 1600 Mr The season for possum suppers has Editor As I have not asked permission come around again Tho boys are catch to t ay any thing through the columns of ing a good many possuui and they tiie News for sometime I feel that I am have a supper occsionally entitled to a hearing not that I expect Miss LeliaMcGary gae a biith day what I am going to say will pleas every- Â¬ sapper last Saturday night Those pres- Â¬ body but I am conecious in belieung ent were Mr and Mis James Kincheloe that something ought to be said and if Miises Mary Ava and Lzzie Board sajing will not do then something ought Mebsis Frank Kenny Dolph Boird and to be done Joe B Cox List Thursday as we all know was Iev Kelley pastor of the Methodist our National Thanksgiving day A day church here preached a telling sermon in which the people all over the United last Sunday morning upon the subject of States were requested to spend a portion Christian Citz nship His text as of it at least in returning thanks to the Ihillipiaup third chapter and twentieth Great Giver of all good for His manifold terse He is a preacher who preaches blesints to them It is very true that and otes as he prajs and is calculated there may be a great many people and to do great good In any community a great many homes in this great counMrs W K Barnes entertained a num Â¬ try of oure where they are so poverty ber of the joung folks at a social at her stricken that titer doubtless feel that residence last Thursday evening These they have very little to Iks thankful pnsent were Misses Alice Baker Clara tor lion ever a large majority ot us Lizzie and Bessie Eskridge Clara Hestor have a great deal more to be thankful Lizzie and Aa Board Hallie Beeler for than to comphin of Ellen Stitli Mittie Breeding Lelia MuGa Was the day ry Mr and Mrs JamesKincheloe Lew in Suppose some one asks fittingly observed in your community and Johnnie Kincheloe Harrold Beard I will attempt to answer the question Jones nnd Frank Mercer Charles and and if I err it will not be done intention Ben Hook Alf and Robert Htston and ally At Irvington there were services Herman Kelley at the Baptist church and some persons John Haanell and Mies Eva Hensley of our cummunity attended the sarai Herbert Beard and Miss Maud Smith there being noservicesat Guston church Claud Mercer and Miss Eula Miller went however there was one no more fami Â¬ to Buras last Thursday to take Thanks- Â¬ ly reunion pleasant chatting a good giving dinner with Mrs Ollie Meyer dinner and singing in the afternoon They remained a day or two and had a seemed to he the program and all presmost enjoyable visit Mr and Mrs John ent enjoyed same splendidly Alexander threw open their doors to Was the day observed in any other them as well as to other friends in that I do not know but observation way neighborhood and they were all made to would teach us that it was Now I have enjoy a few days of genuine hoppiality teen certain men traveling around over A fpecial car bearing a few officials of our vicinity on horseback with a large the lVxasand their attorneys Messrs grass sack hanging across his horse in James P Helm and D II Murray and front of him with seemingly a bundle a court stenographer will arrive here toin each end I have been told that these day from Louisville to examine come sacks contained chickens the fighting witnesses in the suit of N Mc C Mercet sort too this sight could be seen in our against the Compauy The depositions viciuity last Thursday Not only this will be taken at V G Babbages office hut from what I have been informed The witnesses to be examined are Messrs there was quite a crowd assembled some Win Miller G W Beard Horace Scott where between our town and the one Monis Eskridge and J H Lcnnen above us and chicken fighting was the In this issue of the News we announce order of the day and I am also informed Mr hlulz Itojalty as a candidate for re that it is no new thing It is certainly a electiuu to the office of Surveyor on the pity a shame and a disgrace for such a Republican ticket Mr Royalty is not a thing to exist in any community We stranger to the voters of Breckenridgx do not know who all participated in the county and his announcement should be affairTbuisday but Irvington and Bew sufllrient to give him the Republican leyville were n presented I believe nomination for Surveyor in this county that I have as much sympathy for wrong So as we are advised ho has made a doers as most people but when persons very acceptable officer and will no doubt willfully and knowingly persists in vio-Â¬ be given an indorsement for this place lating the laws of our country it seems by his party when they go to make up to mo that they ought to have the pen their ticket for the coming year alties of said violations applied to them The Samuel Davidson land w dch Such things are noticed too little This were sold by the Commissioner last Wed Â¬ good man says that he hates to report nesday btought the following prices anyone and another says the same thing Track No 1 of 28S acres including the and so it goes But you see I am op- Â¬ dwelling brought 1020 track No 2 posed to chicken fighting as well as the 1700 track No 3 1315 These fl st gold standard three tracts were covered bv the Phillips Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ How It Was Observed at Irvlngton and A child of Joe Powers is viry low with the feters Jas Sampley and family havd moved to Tobincport Ind A great many happy potkers will lose their lives this neek Mr and Mrs A J Gross were in Liu iaille a part of last week Clips Riedel attended a party in Rob Â¬ erts Bottom Saturday night colored William Jerald was quite ill I aft week witli the lagrippe Miss Mary Dutschkp spent last week with her parents in Roberto Bottom NMia Frio la Riedel Cloverport spent a few days last week with her parents Henry Tate of Perry county Ind was here last Tuesday on official business J Kent Ferry Fred DHtiv Harry Ham man and Moorman Willis of Clover port spent Thanksgiving day hunting with the Riedel hojs A dog beloncing to Gallaln Stewart bit three of Josh Tates children and one ot Green Paynes one day last week and also s iveral dogs in the Bottom It is feared the deg was mad from its peculiar actions It was killed and the children haye had medical attention am now in the market and will pay top prices for all good Tobacco crops JAMES B PACE The well known Brands of Jr VEST Gome and See Us Gome and Ses Us m m Whiskey For Medical use can be had at WILDER HARDIN Dentists Â¬ II O F POPHAMS C WINTERSHIITHS CURES ALL ILLS KIDNEYS BLADDER URINflRT ORGANS c u TAIN IN Trie BACK Taj lor Old Sport Keystone Club Fine Clariette Wines Mail orders will be given tion F Dr F R WILDER of Louisville Will be at Dr J M Hardins office in Brandenbunr KV nn tliJtb Monday and Tuesday of every month following Wed- Â¬ ir WTlTWalnji nesday and Thursday at Irvington and will be pre pared to nil kinds of Tlftntnl WnrV hv tVi 1oa itv Teeth positively extracted without pain by the use of proved methods 41 v 4LUHWU icoui ui uiuciciit gruueB hiiu prices ixuivu Our prices will be found reasonable and to suit the times Gold filling bridge work gold and porcelain crowns a specialty Appointments made by writing to iv i 3 DR J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky Dm0 Trfitt iv f TO ArG invited to cal1 see our wonderful county Poiks Holiday Presents We DIflBBTES DRorsr GRAVEL Quantity Variety and Cheapness For Thoroughly Reliable Goods When You get it from In are Leading All tTC ETC prompt atten- Â¬ GEORGE Watches Diamonds Fine Lamps WOLF YOU KNOW CO Onyx Etc 35 YEARS SUCCESS ITS GOOD Silver Ware Bric-a-Brac Tables u Â¬ We take We Carry Gentlemens Watches form 390 op and Ladles from 500 up for granted that your hearts are in the right place this year just as they al--Corner 4th Ave and Jefferson Street Louisville ways have been in the past and that yon feel the same generous disire to remember those you love with appropriate and desirable Christmas gifts thiaseason Orders by mall will receive prompt attention as heretofore We know that in nearly every individual instance there is one obstacle that seems to bar the way to gift making and that is the scarcity of money The times of late have been undeniably bard and few if any have escaped the ill effects of this unfortunate condition Therefore the situation with you is like this You feel the same old d sire to make your relatives and friends appropriate gifts the feeling is just as strong as ever but the means at your command seem to fall Mends short of the needs of tho occasion That is why we wish to make our Holiday An nouncement this year particularly a talk to your p ckethook We are going to be While You Ride nnd the peoples Santa Glaus this season just as far as the inexorable laws of business will permit by selling you Christmas ghts of all kinds at the lowest scale of prices KEEPS THEM MENDED known to homt trade We are going to make your money far reaching and profitable in the exchangi for Christmas Gifts What though your dollars are No fewer we will make them go farther than ever btf jre We want you to come In and see how littio it ttkea to s cure suitable and appropriate gifts for those you No taking out of valves Guaranteed not disire to remember to injure Urea One treatment insures For weeks past we have labored industriously to prepare for th i Holiday trade vour tires arainnt lonbp fnr a and our store la now fairly shining with a beautiful array of Christmas Gifts Can containing enough Puncturoid for two tires We For Sale by Bicycle are strong in the belief that every Holiday shopper who visits onr store will be sure Dealers or sent postpaid to any address on receipt ol to And irresistible attractions among our great variety of nrettv and annronrla gfts Special pains and much cartful consideration was expended to make tie collection of Christmas goods one which should Include something really deslrabe for every individual from the youngest to the oldest We have made it a point to CHELSEA have great ariety in good of all prices ranging from the merest trill upwards in order that you may make good sehctions at any price you feel able to pay MASS Havlrg Ihus smoothtd the way for all classes of buyers by grading and assorting our stock in such a way as to meet the needs of thoso who have little as well as fiose who have much to spnd and having marked all our goods at tho lowiat possible figures we feel that we deserve your patronage Hoping to see evt ry r ader at our aore at an f arly day we remain Very truly yours s5it CaCbtUKrOcIofmaOOrCetlUatoyoiioneandall Statuary Rings PUNCTUROID Â¬ Punctured Tires Walking Home Fries 100 Puncturoid Mfg Co i Million Taynesville Ky Nov 271890 There will be a mission given at Faynsvlllo Catholic church beginning December 13th and ending December 20th by a Ky Iasaioniat Father of Louisville Everybody invited On Sunday night December 20th the Itev Father ill give a lecture at Bran Â¬ denburg Catholic church Ever one welcome Nf MIS S T A fn VJJcmal JltJUhl rrw w reexe who e specialty ot Kpllepiy hai without doubt treated and car Â¬ ed more case than anr llrlng Physician h aucceaa astonishing We have heard of cases OI so veara atandlnir ag cured by snake 1 h Opening Days next December Friday and 4 th GENERAL STORE Now has a first class General Storo where you can anvthiniy vnn won in i n CLIFTON MILIS Saturday DRY buy and 5th GOODS GROCERIES CLOTHING OASTOXUA tin f7 TT bot tle of hu baolnte care free to any sufferer roar tend press O and jhoadvise anytheir lwishing Kcure address We one a rncw k wr r v 4 fru st toaddrrsa VjUL KAlBri 7 ma OO Southeast Cor of Twelfth ft Main LOUISVILLE KY Selling Fee Reduced to i Independent Tobacco WBTATE 50 per GOLDEN RULE Warehouse 1 UK FARMING You can not only bay what you want but you can sell anything you have in the way of Farm Produce Timber Tie and Lumber at the highest market pripe The proprietor of this store is the energetic and accommodating Who will be glad to see you and haye your trade IMPLEMENTS hhdand per cent Commission CHARLES RADENHEIMER vf W vfrm sfjkpWMW XCU MxavmuHMMKUMmli THEX ji BRECKENRIDGE BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY THE ROMANCE OF CHOLLY It Caino to n Strange Hml Kud Inc Cholly Addlepato had been Iu lovo with Ohlara Pirouctti tho inusio hall quocn for two weeks Ho had sent her flowers diamonds lovers notes nnd tho rest nud at Inst enmo tho happy hour when slio received him in her luxurious One I ay 4 NEWS 2 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems of Troth Cllenurri Prom the Teach Â¬ ings of All Denomination Wo may teo every day n Ufa wo may A DIG MOVING Freight Depot JOB Crockery WEDEN8DAY DKCKMBKtt ROSEMARY ISto Orrcn bud slurs t pnticJo Thu donil lilicl tr On urclmril and Ira UoW elm bought shudo mo Now birds hare muiR Blinll tlio henrt wrsundo nit I still am yuunu Ah no Heart hash thool Bo wise sercno ro Halloween dooms In n tnnlo 1 touch and help nnd brighten Wo mny not havo tho money to givo to establish n great institution but wu ami at least givo tho influonco of our pctfonntity itov J S Lindsay Episcopal Boston A Universal Church Thoro is n homolcss ohurchless mul Â¬ u Lost tnow wrtnths crush the Though Juno bo Jolly Though flowers bo swoct Tis nil but folljr And blind deceit Ilenrt thou hns finished With Joys that fodo Thy strength llrilnlMied Thy light decayed Tho brain Is nn ember Tlio blood 1m cold My henrt remember Wo both nre old I Edmund Qosso In Century THE COMMON BLACK COAT Tcnrcd Tlmt It Mny lie Superseded by Ono of Lighter Color It would nppoar from ono of their tnulo organs tlmt tailors nre becoming a little anxious nbont tlio prospects of the lilnck coat of civilization They fear it is in danger of being superseded by a gnrincnt of lighter hue if not of vnrio gated pattern Perhaps if they woro to givo voico to their deeper npprehensions they would say tlmt tliero was ruoro nt ctako than tho black coat Tliero can at any rate bo littlo doubt whether tho tailors uro willing to admit it or not that with tlio fa to of tho black coat is bound up that of tho black waistcoat Whether tho two have been lovely and pleasant in their lives ia a matter of opinion but wo feel pure that in death they would not bo divldod Wo mean no disrespect to tho vest iii describing it as a parasite of tho coat It is n huniblo dependant which has only found its wuy into society under tho wing of its influential patron to It Is A M whom it ndliercs with singlo breasted fidelity rewarded on tho other sldo by nn attachment which is rarely broken savo for a short period during tho sum mer months Tho trousers it is true nro conuoctcd witli tho two upper garments by no such feudal tie but their own union is complete and except in very hot weather indissoluble lieuce tho moro farsight cd tailors no doubt percoivo oleorly enough that if tho blank coat goes wo shall bo within measurablo distanco of tho tweed suit Nor aro tliero want- Â¬ ing those who would do their best to accelerate tho cutustropho Animated by tho restlesa spirit of tho ago its impatience of sobriety and its thirst for clnuigo and color in oosturao as in life tliero is a school of so called reformers who nro endeavoring to urgo tho wearers of black coats to revolt Let them givo frco play exclaim theso an- Â¬ archistic counselors to their tasto in checks and stripes and thoy will bo able to cut a far moro picturcsquo figure at a far smaller annual outlay With tho outlay of course tho public is not concerned though that n utter doubtless is not without its interest for tho tailors but wo own to somo uneasiness at the idea of tho entire community indulging its multifarious tasto in checks and stripes in a headlong pursuit of tho pic turesque Wo havo all of us indeed seen tho experiment tried under very favorable circumstances hut wita more thau dubious results by thoso littlo bands of vocal and instrumental artists generally six or eight in number who aro usually to bo mot with at raco meetings or on tho sand at potnlar seaside re- Â¬ sorts Thcso pioneers of dross reform havo entirely discarded tho black coat preferring ono of gnvfr color with noticeably elongated tails and tho frcoi dom with whicli they induho their taste in checks und stripes may nimost bo said Ytt tha effect to Lorder upon license even with tho addition of an open shirt collar of Klizbethau proportions n corked faco and n banjo cannot bo described as entirely picturesque London Telo graph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Not to Ho Iliustotl Somo years ago at a session of the legislature of Keutuoky mi offort to re- Â¬ peal tho law olTcriug a bounty on foxes scalps was made but was defeated by thu uppoal of n member from a moun- Â¬ I tainous and sparsely settled region Do tho gentlemen want to deprive my constituents and me of tho benefits of hearing tlio gospel preached ho do mauded with indignation in his tono and overspreading his ruggod counte- Â¬ Wo nro all Methodists up my nance way and our preachers wont como without wo cau givo em chickons I know Wo cant raise chickens unless tho foxes are killed by somobody thats sum and theio uint anybody that cau afford to spend their timo hunting foxes and get nothing to pay for it So gontlomon if you ropenl this law youll be depriving my constituents of tho benefit of h faring tho gospel preached Thats the way it looks to mol This reasoning was too much for tho legislature and for tho tiino being tho Youths Com law wus not rcpoalcd pauion Odd Thing About Water Water is raado up of two different el Â¬ ements hydrogen and oxygen It has in its composition two measures of hy- Â¬ drogen for ovury ono of oxygen but na tho latter is so much heavior than tho former niuo pounds of water aro found to contain eight pounds of oxygen aud only ono of hydrogen Tho way iu which tho composition of water is proved is by nieuns of tho voltaio oleo trio battery combined with othor appa- Â¬ ratus designed especially for tho pur Â¬ pose St Louis Republic Firlo liill or Beacon is n well known height of tho South downs aud tho cap referred to is n covering of clouds English Illustrated JIugazino or mist T Shirts of chain armor which cost about f GOO nre now worn by more than one distinguished persoa ou tho conti Â¬ nent To entire ones national y iu Russia Is not nt tbo command of oveiy purse Tho flut condition is that you should be a landowner for five years at tho short est and that during tho whole of that poriod you atemld havo tesWod upon yor property in that country Tho next eeuditipu k that yos 4ioud take tha oatb of alkgiwnce ta tha caar Â¬ she threw her ntmsnrouud his neck and drow him to her breast sho said My dear dear Churles I cannot be mistaken You hnvo her eyes her hair her noso From tho way you spoke of her I know alas sho hus gono from this world but I hnvo you Ohnrllo anyhow havolit I doar The rulplt Seems so said tho bowildercd but Tho pulpit is not n throne of power Cholly Oh you do not undorstnud of where tho minister is to lord it ovor Gods heritage Yet it is n throno of course interrupted Chiara I was so overjoyed nt discovering who you nro power above tho thrones of princes from which hoavons mandates nro to that I took you to my heart beforo ox bo sent forth Tho pulpit is the palla plaining that Carolina Hoffensteln wus dium of tho church tho tower of tho my daughter the child that was taken flock That the powor which tho pulpit away from mo when I was divorced I novcr beard onco wielded has inn measure fallen infrom your grandfather to other hands wo must admit but that her uamo again till you meutioued it the power is lost wo just as stoutly de- Â¬ tonight I missed hor dreadfully for years but now yon will make up for ny Rev Dr Harcourt Methodist Philadelphia hor loss wont you dear boy You will lovo your grandmother just u littlo Christ Is King Docs Christ call you to test your Say you will dear But Cholly had swooned away New Christian sincerity by giving up your own taso and comfort to do his will York Evening Journal when you would prefer your own Yes Couldnt lielleve It But ho is your King Does ho ask for I think your daughter intends to your toil your money your time Yes But he is your King Does ho sometimes olopo Tho old man looked at tho neighbor lend you forth by bitter waters or bow your head with Borrows or darken your who wns always interfering in matters homo with mourning Yfs But ho is that did not coucorn him und shook his your King Then at tho cross whoro ho head I cau hardly believo it ho soid redeemed you crown him Lord of all I havo every roason to believo At the Gilgal whore ho rolled off from But that wont do interrupted tho us tho burden of our sins let us renew You forget that this is a seBishop Charles 13 Cho old man the kingdom rious matter that ought not to bo allow- Â¬ ney Episcopal Chicago ed to rest upon hearsay evidence Wlon Meet Trials Uravcly Every child of God has reason to pre Â¬ one mau comes to another nnd tells him 1b about to forsako sume that he will havo troublo in this that his daughter tho parental roof under cover of tho lifo Who is thero among tho innumerbo absolutely sura of able multitudo of saints of God that night ho should Havo you incontroverti wears the dindem that obtained it what ho says yon say is trno without conflict Even Jcsnsoudared tbo ble evidouco thut whatsay Well no I cant that I havo bitter agony of the cross before ho reachreplied tlio officious neighbor begiuuhig ed tho throne ho now occupies so wo fool that perhaps liolintl gono too far must havo trials Wo ought to meet to returned tho old Just as I feared them bravely God is our liolpar Thoso This is thu third timo Ivo had who fight tho good fightof fsith will man by reports of conquer eventually Who fihts with my hopes needlessly raised this sort and it is growing monotoGod is sure of wiuulng Though swords Chicago Post nous bo needed nud tho battlo hot Gods strong ami will bo our defame Rev No Lnck of Jlnw Material W L McDowell Methodist Philadel- Â¬ said Dickey seizing tho Fawthor phia guinea hen firmly by tho bill and holdtenons of the Reasons down on the block Tlio epriugtimo hns nbont it all tho ing her head whats tho reason Ivo always got to freshness nud beauty of tho ironiing of you cut off a piiucns lifo aud it comes tons laden with sweet do this when odors nnd bright hopes with swelling hood Bocanso n fowl of this kind always buds and burstiug blossoms Tho sum Â¬ humps her neck up so its hard to get at mer gives us the full richness of sun life it with tho hatchet tlio ripening corn nnd Holds of hnrvost you inado a mislickand But whioh toll of tho full primoof life when chopped suppose of my fingers off n lot men aud women aro full of intellectual Mr MoCorkle father of 14 ohiidren vigor The autumn is llko the long arm mostly boys lookod fixedly at his youngof tho evening when the shadows nro lengthening It tells us of maturity It est I ho said In that case Dickey tells us of decline Winter is llko tho night which men call death but which should simply call another boy und try Chicago Tribune is merely sleep although it looks liko it ngain death Wo call it n picture of death Making a Payment but it is only a picturo of sloop Rev Pcnuimau Do I owo you nnything T MV Ilnwes Presbyterian Louisville sir An Up to Date Itellglon Stooks Yes sir You owo me 10 Much of tho basis of theology is tho and nu apology for not having paid it idea of ISO years ago Then it wns boforo Deity Now tho messago is God is Ponuimiin Ah woll in thoso times Tho idea that his kingdom is a man has to be cautious in making here coming is n new inspiration to tho paywonts so Ill just pay you tho apol world What will tho ago beliovo in ogy and lot tho rest stand Boston Tho old things will not do Modoru in Courier vention hus lnndo possiblo the human Current Affairs brotberhcod Evolution was docried on- Â¬ Does your wifo tnko any interest in ly n littlo while ago but it has torn naked tho enrnest down thu wall of 0000 years ago and ourront politics woman opened a mighty past Tho toloscopo sho rcpliod Mr Sodfarm Naw has torn the roof of heaven nud added 1000000000 worlds to our view Mod Â¬ dunt But if its currant joll or cur- Â¬ ern soieuco has enlarged and beautiftod rant pie why I allow sho could tell our world It is impossible to meet tho you moro things about cm n over you Cincinnati Enquirer demands of this enlightened ago with a dremp of religion framed on a knowledge- - of tho Wliat Impressed Her world long years ago Rov Frank B Ho says that ho loves mo moro than Vrooman Presbytorian Chicago his lifo and that he cant llvo without Lesson of the Illoyele me Tbo more rapidly tho cyclist rushes Oh all young men say that along through the very midst of prano But thoy dont say it to ma moro need iias ho of Truth lug steeds the Btrictost wariness the more victorious A Phrase riotorlally Presented our onwurd march agalust unbridled foes to goodness the more need have wo of eternal vigilunco Liko tho uui verso system embraces within its im Â¬ measurable boundaries numerous othor systoms the smallest of wliipli has its own orbit aud orderliness of movement tho new heaven to tho eyo pf God tho new Jerusaand the new earth is but tho final oiroumferenoo to lem ward which tho ever widening circles of Intellectual and moral advancements are gradually moving To our finite minds all may seem chaos To tho mind of tho iuflnito liko this visiou of Ezo klel it has the appoarauco of a whool nay bo absolutely within a whfel perfect is the adjustment that the wheels appear to turn not when they UIGU ANDDHT Roy O B Adams Congregation go -- New York Sunday Journal aliit Philadelphia Floods la Italy Rome Nor 0 The floods in Italy The llullng Passion have been renewed The town of RiWhat will Sonator Sorghum do if mini pit tho Adriatic lias been sub Â¬ merged and th river Cerfone has over- Â¬ hes dofeated replied tho rural constituent Ob flowed holl git roody ter run agiu All Appointment In Turkey And what course will ho pursuo if Khalld Constantinople Nov 0 hes re olected Bey predent of the criminal court Samo ez usual Hell git ready tor has been appointed to replace tho dis Â¬ Washington Btur run asIn missed Villi Diorbokir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ titude waiting thirsting for it religion disrobed from dogmas or creeds pant- Â¬ ing for somo assurance that thtro is n olmrch possiblo that is big enough o holdiCatliolio and Protestant Christian and JewTnnd pagan Rev Jenkln Lloyd Jones Chicago A Living IJe I may repeat a creed until I am dumb and you are deaf aud if I do ono thing nnd say another you will say your pro fession nnd your lifo aro both n lie Wo do not deoeivo God Wo do not deocivo our follows Wc do not deceive ourselves Rev Dr B L Whitmnn Pres Â¬ ident Columbian University Washing Â¬ ton A Clearer Vision Needed Wo need n clearer vision concerning our duty to tho old nnd tho young Christ Was a redecmor nnd n teacher but ho Iu the pioturo Was also a philosopher of Christ clasping tho littlo obild to his breast wo have nn exnmplo of that Ho wanted to hold tho world Aud ho know that if be got hold of tho world it would bo by holding tho children He got too world through tho child held in his arms Rov Sherman W McCorJdo Methodist Pittsburg Â¬ Â¬ Bnrlom flat As ho beheld her in her pink evening dross sho looked ovon moro girlish nud lovely than on tho stnge and boforo a half hour had passed Cholly wns pour Â¬ ing out his lovo wilii nn oloqucuce that surprised even himself I wcally nh lovo you by Jovo I dot ho cried Ive got lots of cash nud my familys ull right Tho guv nors n banker you know and my mother was n lloffcnstoiu and Whntl oxolnimcd Chiarn trembling with excitement A HofTonstein Her Christian name Tell mo Quick I Quick I ropliod Her name wns Caroliuo Cholly greatly surprised shrieked Caroliuo Hoffenstcinl CaroChiara now m palo as death liuo HofTonstein your mother Lot mo Â¬ Â¬ look at you Sho scauncd tho young mans features for a full iniuuto without saying r word Thou with n cry of supremo joy fililtlil Many Poet The largest building ever moved in this country was a freight wnrehouso of tho Riiltiunm nnd Ohio railroad in Baltimore which was moved Sept 8 to 12 Thu building is 440 feet long 120 feet widodnd GO feet high It is a wood nnd iron structure mid was moved to wnko room for a now dock Tho work consumed 5 days Tho building con tained a great quantity of freight among which wcru 3000 cases of china and crockery but not a dish wus cracked in tho moving Tho men wero en gaged flvo weeks making preparations Ou top of the old nnd for tho move new foundations wero placed tho sills or tracks upon which the building was to run Tlifsc trncks numbered 40 each consisting of two G by 12 inch timbers On top of these were placed tho 1000 roll- Â¬ ers each a pieto of G inch pipe 3 feet in length Them were 2u rollers to each of tho 40 trucks Betwccu tho top of tlio rollers und tho floor beams of tho building wero nrrnuged moro of tlio 0 by VI inch timbers Iu nil 0000 of tho 0 by Vi inch timbers wero used each nbourtO feet long The 235 wooden pillars which supported tho wurehouso wero then sawed away nud tho structure rested upon tho rollers Along one sldo of tha building wero placed 40 llvo tou screw jacks They were braced ugulust n railroad truck an adjoining warehouse und tho trucks up- Two men ou which the rollers run stood ut each jack At a given signal tho men responded with military pro cision and civch jack was given a quar- Â¬ ter of a turn moving tho great building a fraction of nu inch Afterward tho progress nvcrugod two feet nu hour for 64 days Tho structure arrived nt its now foundation without n strained tim bororu bolt Tho jacks were ugaiu used iu raising tho wurehouso enough to allow tho removal of tho jacks after which it was lowered to tho now foundation Tho structure cobt 36000 ten years ago and it cost 15000 to inuko tho removal St Louis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Globe-Democr- tlllnl Wlh Merit Merit talks tho Intrinsic valuo of HoodsBarsaparllln Merit in mediclno means tho power to cure Hoods Bnrsaparilla possesses actual and unequalled curatlvo power and there foro it has truo merit When you buy Hood dSarsaparllla and take It according to dlrcctlona to purify your blood or cure any of the many blood diseases you aro morally certain to receive bcucflt Tho power to euro la thero Vou nro not trying an experiment It will mako your blood pure rich and nourishing and thus drive out tho germs of disease strengthen tho nerves and build up the wholesystcm Talks Printing tit ttt m m m 1 m Nothing adds to any ones business liko good print- Â¬ ing In rl oocls Sarsaparilla Is tha best In fnct the DnnTnin lllnnd Inrlflnr Prepared only by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass ttt ttt ttt ttt ttt Hoods Pills A RUN NAnZAZ THE BANK m m juu riuiuu Send Wo aro tho Lenders your ordors to us next timo Our prices nnd work nro guaranteed T J ON It Was a Close Ilaer hut True Genius Wns it Winner It lacked ono holitary moment of 10 oclock a m The streets beforo thu national bank wero alivo with people all intent upon business Suddenly thero was n great commo- m m m TRY US Â¬ FOUND It A GOLD NUGGET wegian bark Handy when discharging n timber cargo at Irvine the other day had with him a small nugget of gold which ho had found adhering to his sounding lead after taking soundings off the coast of Newfoundland a few weeks ago Captain Dulil who hails from Frcdrikshuld Noiway was at tho timo on his way to Dalhousie New Brunswick to load his cargo Tho lead had tho usual thick coating of tallow on tho end which conies in contact with tho bottom and when hauled in ho found tho tiny bit of gold about tho sizo of n bean s inking to tho tallow At Dalhousie Captuiu Dihl showed it to tho merchant with whom ho was transacting business and who on hav ing it tested found it to bo pure gold Captain Dihl states thut beforo lcaviug ho had an offer of 3000 on condition that ho would furnish cxcluslvo in formation us to his preoiso bearings at tho timo ho cuit tho loud but refused Ho wus in iirittsli waters nt tho timo and will first ascertain whut ho gov ernment authorities tliuiu havo to sny to him ou tho subject Ho hns reported tho finl to the oustom houso offlco nt Irvine but refuses to givo up tho bit of gold Scottish American Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Came Up With a Rounding Lead Oft Newfoundlands Coast Captain J Dalil master of the Nor Â¬ CThe riangiid icnmlut of John Foster a violinist woro found on the tvavclii rillumd ucir Klttnnlng Point la Ho bad evidently fallen from n train By the burstiug of n largo emory wheel In tho work of the Blncklock Iron foundry nt South Pittsburg Tonn George Itowk win lustnutly killed while George Welch was struok by a flying fragment and so badly hurt that ho will die The shop was badly torn up daughter of Jdr Lorcna the and Mrs George Hoger of Qtilncy Ills cousin while playing with hor Nellie lteddloh was struck by a knlttluff needle In the hums of the lattor Inflict lngawouud which caused death The needle pouetrntvd thu base of tho brain daughter of Thomas Tho Brown of near Salluovillo O was binned to death Saturday morning boforo tho eyes of her sick mother who lny on n bod In an nljoliilng room powerloss to help the little ono The childs dross caught flro from a g ae She ran to hor mother for assistance but he woman could not Tho child olid In terrible agony ribo within an hour Â¬ Crimes nnd Casualties tion Amid n great roar and expressions of wonder and nliirm two figures wero seen going nt a breakneck paco down tho avenuo in tlio direction of tho bank Ono of theso was a young man with tho flro of genius in his eyo and still more of tho samo in Ills legs Tho other wus n pompous pulling old gentleman witli a pallid countenance which be spoke a torriblo mental strain Somobody seeing the hatless coat less figures flying by yelled Firel Murderl Policol But tho bluecoats were nowhere nnd tho two sprinters rushed on as if chased by 10000 demons on wheels Suddenly they reached tho marble steps of tho bank collided nud rolled into tlio gutter knocking down several passersby on their wny Still undaunted bruised nud grimy they arose simultaneously and niudo mi other break for thu bank entrance each flourishing a pieco of paper lu his hand Ten Gicat rumors spread abroad thousand people gathered and a run on tho bank was momentarily thieatened Tho bank president very pale caino forth and addressed tho multitudo Friends and fellow citizens said lie there is no cause for alarm Thu Hon Josiah 1oterldns had u daughter mar- Â¬ ried last night and in order to bo thought tho most generous in t lie world gavo tho bride a cheek for 50000 with tlio intention of coming hero ahead of tho bridegroom and stop ping payment or gotting another check in ahead But inasmuch as tliero is only 40000 to his credit thu bridegroom is bound to get it where thu chicken got shrieked tho bridegroom Nltl emerging from tho bank witli his coat pockets bulgini and his hands full of Tho account lacked 10 greenbacks to bo sure but as I am not such n fool as to start out iu tlio world with noth ing it wus cusy for mo to deposit tlio 10 beforo 1 shoved iu tlio check for 50000 Good day And tho blow almost killed father Now York Sunday Journal Â¬ papa-in-luÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Printing -- ttt ttt ttt ttt ttt ttt ttt ttt ttt ttt ttt J KY TM U tbn liost mnrkpt nnd nnrs N lhn Imst hniin to shin to Wn mnko llbcrnl ad llesiclcs wo Imvo better facilities than other houses la m villi vnniXS on coinliimnentn largo factories to fuppiy wo get you tno top prlco mm pay poicsu uoi lit traveling ngcuu enip nu jour woo uuu larm prouueo umti in WOOL WOOL Third Etroot or 313 to 310 Murrell Court HERNDON CARTER CO LOUISVILLE -- SGg2ZS5 fWtKIF wAffMii riiani i im li Sparest 23 lSfr rfefTffifMrrm fflU l f mmite ujlirwi VI jRRniTW imss m Ea RATES The PK mor ccntr located OAT Hoto In IK citu ilffiil JOHNSON fAA W K IIAltNKS G J vfggg iroauui u largo JOUISVILLE Ky A It KINC1IKIOK iiibjo lirrtj pott aRt nihlig Wliil was th Her niil Noirinown llm ii iiiur r b BARNES KINCHELOE vas Htolen ATTORNEYS AT LAW Collectlcmi and special attention lmt Why did 1 in it Ilt tent Its llnal riiase you seem snd and distrait tlio brido Do I bis gaze You tiy to scal tho sacred fire repeated 1roim theus sadly If youd ever lived in a tl ithouo with u janitor nnd steam licit Once again did tlio hoary hand of the past grasp t ho hand of tho prewnt across tiie abyss of eons Now York Press INDIANAS VOTE HARD1NSBURG KY enforcement of hens given said Y4 Lahnr Tho Trndoi nnd Mibur assombly of Columbus O Is lending a fight on convlot labor Denver tnlonltts are pro eoutlng n contractor for violating tho eight hour law of Colorado A grrnt strike of miners both In Ger Â¬ many and Kngluud Is npprehended by the mine owners near The Caan dlton Coal company Montgomery W Va has made a reduo tlon of labor 0 per cent to tako effect at onco Tho Hamburg wharf laboron mean to do better than tho Ixmdon dockors so far us wages nro concerned and have gone on strike for one farthing wore than a tna nor pur hour Tho strlko of Loudon cabmon U spread ing rapidly Thoro are now 1500 caUlrlv en out and tho number U fust Increasing Tho drlvors struck ngaltut the oporntlou of a system by which only privileged cabs are allowed to sollolt puasuUKuni at tho Â¬ Â¬ MoKlnlrjs Plurality Itf 1H 103 nml Ills 1lnlorty 0010 the Mute sho tlcnt lovo motiuyloss Indiaxai ous Nov 21 At lust tho hazarded caressingly neciiratouitoof all tho parties in Indi liu asserted positively No indeed ana nn bo given Following aru tho A thousand times no complete Ugni ea us tnken from tho ofll Then what is it sho asked ciil rttut ns Democrat and Peoples Thero wits n long paiu o Finally Prohibition- Â¬ Republican with a deep sigh ho registered the ist llOVi rold standard - 1 11 Nation cloven thousand three hundred aud nl 2268 fiKitilUt Labor 123 McKin forty soventli kiss and spoko leys piurui y 18 101 McKlnleyu ma Â¬ When wo Marted ou this bridal trip jority 0010 Total votti cast 637010 I hud iu my pocket just ho said In ISiU tho Mime totals showed tho 305 Today I hnvo been over our finan following Mito Democratic 2027 10 cial accounts and find that wo havo ex Republican 2mUI5 Prohibitionist 111 OoO Populist 22208 Total voto Mil pended 30475 0I Tho brido wrinkled her brow and ho Tho vote lnerciiM d during tho four gan making mental calculations with years 8 lii Tho total enumeration iu hor fingers tlio state in 18r of voters wits 127072 ho wont on sadly Which meuus honeymoon that our A New Tail In New York Sho stopped the digital reckoning ta Therell a new fail In Now York givo him her full attention Dont you know Now is on its lust quurtor A chiiuroa for men Is tho go York Evening Journal Â¬ 05--1- asked tho groom averting i88 LDuisville Hender Â¬ Â¬ onSt Louis hyCo IfcTO TIME SCHEDULE Tu It I II r Uffect At 600 oclcl A lO H Sunday Har 22 1895 tVl Bound Traint 41 Eatl Hound Tram Msii Â¬ Never Drowned In Ills Life Barney Phillips is u sailor living lu Alpena und lust mouth ho was reported ns having been drowned off tlio bargo Monitor iu Lake Krio Barney returned to Alpena tho other day and claimed that he was not drowned To u newspapor reporter iu that city ho said Hot ees turn lie dat am drown Huf nafer been drown iu ma lifo Am toll you som man his tain liar when ho Hay am drowned off Monitor Am Ikoii from Cincinnati to Montreal sauce dat time De nud am nufer drown in mu lifo Â¬ they siy Protoct thiiuxelvrs In this Pccull ir wuy I merely elto tho facta Iu rhythm la tone Uut tell Hi wholl protect H Ilnnilwiino ehaipUn there Kxprs Kxprs psliy Dslly 6 SOum 6 45 7 20 7 21 7 32 84 8 44 8 57 Mail A l STATIONS Kr s UsUy 12 12 11 A 41l Kzpr IJally 710 717 7 Main 807 UUt IvUin ptar Kentucky bt Ion llrsncb llrandcnburir Kkron Guiton frvington Webster Idlburfr fierce Saiuple Stcphensport Addison Clovcrport Shops Willnwdale Hock Haven West lolnt Howard 116Jim CO 45l m 8 00pm 311 7 G69 738 7 45 Thu rhueron 76S BUI 912 9 9 31 9 40 9 49 9 67 10 07 Chicago Times Herald 8J 82U 8 lit 8 37 3QVE Uifirr -- 8t5 8 6S 8 02 9 to 80 9 22 10 10 2 10 2H 10 H 1141 113ft 1127 1118 1119 II III 1061 1042 10 31 1UJ6 10 20 1011 10 mi 10 03 n3 H47 639 t24 f 16 r03 res r48 635 6 31 32 h 43 918 troit lrco Press Amply Demonstrated 93J Uoi 968 10 6 41 08 10 IS 102ft 1038 1048 1035 104 1051 11 02 1112 ai Holt UU AfW Jk Ilowsingulnr it happened tlmt Mrs Delaware wus ublu to Hud proof that site hud known her husband in a previ Â¬ railroad stations ous reincarnation Death How did she discover it W Ito jbuok n furmer near Mason O J Sho found a ltttersho hud given wns found dead lu bod John T Cnrnahan aged 47 prominent him to post in a former state of exist Butfuln Times pslnilnif coituioor nud fruoo urtlst of ence Â¬ 1135 1142 1161am 1 2 OJpir 14 10 IKS Sklllman Hawcivllle letrie Falcon Waltman Powers lstcs Owentboro MttlnKly Stanley Worthlnuton Orifhth 9 60 9 46 93ft 92ft fJU tt Iewlport 917 911 902 8 6ft 8 4d 8 34 8 25 603 463 4 46 4 40 4 31 1100 1108 11 1ft 115 1123 nat Wfeeti m Ehr1I4iwh walied HwrwsgfHH hUwife audchil tfrui also chance their nationality becomes a abdominal ulceis loullcd fatally TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1805 Davo William aged 65 aud a promi nont eltUen of Wait Liberty Ky died of nTTnrl J W5wJiTTTlrznJtt rCic rmr Hsst Pound Trsln Wcitnound Trains blood poison Q ttunlny from a scratch he rDally I Dally Dally Dally I some ilinu ago ou the thumb received Sun STATIONS si8un ex Sun s Sun No I No t cltlion ol Dr S J Barrett a prominent No6 No 1 dropped dead Hatuiday Columbus Ind 111 10am Iv lrYlntonArl Jiffsr 10 Isrticld 1H ndlir Ihnu tlimu Iih ranrosonted hU 7 60 Hsrned 208pm legislature Ho was county In the statu 7 40 Junction 212 try- 7 30 7dLj HardlnibuiK 1212 born in Ulermout county u iu iico 1 IS Junction 123ft CO Klik failures 1268 Mr Footbaul Whoro hlo do you 660 Jolly 110 AS COOD FOR ADULTS IS JUST DavU retail drugjUU of Mavlty 6 SO Olcndsant 128 wantsh t play PRICE SOcts 6 20 Dempster 135 Charleston V Va have assigned LiaOh you can WARRANTED Captain disgustedly arFslliftoughh 6 00 165 Eloveu persons mtflhbert of tho families OALATIA 11X8 NOV M MM bilities t J 6 0 assets unknown Ilad Been There llcfore S37 Dempster 1 K Kowlar were pol keep on playlug full 20 rrUMedlclnCoblIi00lsMo of Lea Shawl and National Bank Kxnmlnur Caldwell took 627 230 Koclxals Mother Dont eat your pie now ilenlloraoni Wo sold lssl Tasr 080 bottles of sonod u Dickson caunty Tens by eating 616 2 42 charge- of the Plot National bank of Ruth lUOVErt TASTKIKMH ClIIUi lONIO sad bars Absence Accounted Ior 606 this year Insllosrsi-I-erlmicwent which had baea Johnnie Save it until the last 264 polwned aoiiM bouvbi tbreo Bros slresd Aklts day The cadtul stock lnaw Mich of It jenrs In tbo druii buslnssl bar t0 Osss 809 Johunio Say maw I dont distrust of the laik Sati yewl Physician had Dubb mako hor debut last Did MU i cooked li a brau I HUJoOJ The lust official SO MUcbell 8 U41v LSTsrsoiaananici iokii4Tvsuu to work vigorously with the patleati and you but the kid who swiped wy pie at statement niiowm a surplus of S3000 and night UlottMIuurVolc ItSicMAOO 3 40pm Arlordiirillslvl 4Sfsu several of them are yet very tick aad not the picnio said the same thing Ada ws deposits of ISJQUOO Na fiho didul Invo tho face to out of damrur Fracsxau Â¬ Mnysvllle Ivy U dead Miss Llizlo Spanirtor for 14 years deliv ery clerk ut the Kokoinu Ind postollce died Saltmlay of consiiiupltin Professor Mlltou Soiiimervllleprlnclpa of the Swnyeo high school nt KokQiilo Ind died Saturday Au operation for Â¬ IsPifc mfl W V 7 51 Heads 17 43 Spottsville 7 30 ussscu 1138on 100 1165pm 1 ISpin ar llcndern lv 720am 1131pm 122i 12 M 1231 12 41 1217 1264 811 8W 80S 768 425 416 405 366 3 3 3 3 44 39 36 30 323 316 310 Ills Troper Ilaeo L RBh9MUiivsH II St L Ry FofdsYllle Branch safes TIME TABLE No 9 CHILL TQNIC TASTELESS I - uwir 4r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CJiOVEEPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1896 SANDSJONE TRUST All tho ejiturrlcn of the Country Kmliraoed In One Ills Corporation Cleveland Nov 27 Before tho be ginning of tho now year a big corpora- Â¬ tion will 1x formed embneing i radi- Â¬ cally all tlio sandstone quarry interests of tho United States Practically all NO 20 Â¬ MESSAGE FORECAST WHAT PRESIDENT CLEVELAND Frozen to Death HUMAN BEINGS AND BROUGHT BACK TO I IFi Scmallmiul Mnry lollom the lIttiitlliC of n Nrirro Murderer Â¬ Laying for Weyler CATTLE PERISH IN THE BLIZZARD WILL SAY TO CONGRESS Forolgn Affairs Will Claim Con- Â¬ siderable Attention Nothing Radical on the Cuban m I i Situation Is Lookotl For Retire- tiromont of Greenbacks and Sherman Notes special to New YotK Nov 28 The Hcnild from Washington says President Cleveland has been devoting o great deal of time to his annual mes sage during the last week and now ha it well in hand so that it can bo finished in a couple of days Tliis message is expected to be one of the ablest public docainents Mr Cleveland has written duing his two terms It will be in a sense his farewell to tho American people as their chief executive and there is little doubt that ho will embrace the opportunity to mark out the course he believes ought to bo followed by the ntiniial government for the maintenance mid advancement of the honor mid prosperity of the coun- Â¬ 1 Foreign aiTnirs will naturally claim considerable attention and tho president will have an opportunity to congratulate congress and tho country upon tho solution of tho Venezuelan boundary contiovery in a manner honorable and satisfactory alike to tho United States and to Gient Britain and Venezuela Tho condition of affairs in Turkey will lie discussed in detail and tho president will bo nblo to show that the ordinary diplomatic agencies have sufficed for the protection of American life and proper- Â¬ ty in tho Turkish empire Tho last paragraphs of tho messago to bo written will be those dealing with tho situation in Cuba Ho will avail himself of tho latest possiblo information as to tho military situation on tho island and tho prospects for tho early success or failure of the insurgents may have much to do with shaping his pol- icy Present indications aro that ho will mako no radical recommendations on tho subject Other foreign questions in which the United States aro interest Â¬ ed will be touched upon briefly Secretary Carlisle is preparing data looking to a recommendation for in Â¬ creasing tho revenno of tho government bv imposing roveuuo duties on tea and coffee and by increasing tho internal revenue tax on beer Tho president will doubtless express liis approval of these recommendations The financial reform recommendations of the messago will bo along tho line of Mr Clevelands former recom- Â¬ mendations and will havo us their basis tho advocacy of the sin jlo gold standard as the foundation of tie monetary system of the country TUo retirement of the pre u backs and the Sherman notes will beiecommended to as to take the government entirely out of tho business of issuing pro nissory nott s Banking reform willleconmei ded at the satno time to enable tho banks of the country to usa circulating notes which will be snfo an 1 which can bo expanded or cont- - ctcd in volume o meet tho needs oi tho bi sinoss o the country Mr CIovoji i d is alive t tho neces- Â¬ sity of coutiim ng the 3xp nsion of the navy and cf cr istrncti lg ci at defenses to put tlio rent try in ecu liMon to resist foreign a fusst n mc the recom mendations nn the so i ics i mdo by Secretaries Limoit and ierlert in their annua reors well be seconded in tho messago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - try ti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FRANK JAM S IK- - AMBITION it He 1 WIUIjis to St Limit Police i James brother of Jesse Janu tiie notorious train robber and ex member of tho James gang of outlaws is an aspirant for tho honors of a St Louis police com misslonership and Chief Harrigan will be his friend in the rrce Tho declares himself a candidate Im not after ofllte he said buk if it Id tako thoit place givjnwere offered to to mo I would mo And if were do my duty without feir or favor What Kind of a police commissioner do you think Fraud James would was asked of Chief of Polico mako Harrigan First rate answered tho chief He would make a good officer Tortured llefore Murdered St CLAiitsvitXEO Noy 28 Wash ington Riiiker was tortured horribly be fore he was murdered by James Wilson near hero Tuesday the coroners inquest discloses Williams a powerful man much larger than his victim tried to drown him in the rolnbarrel and then pursued him to a smokehouse the interior of which ir bespattered with blood Williams finally followed Rink er into tho publio road whero Jio beat him to death with a poker It is said that Williams tortured his victim foe two hours ltate ou Iron Steel and Coat Reduced Cleveland Nov 28 Railroads con- Â¬ necting Lako Krle with iron steel and coal producing districts will ha required to reduco tho carrying cliargoa of thoso Andrew Caraegio rhas commodities asserted over his signature that tho railroad from Comieaut to Pittsburg in which ho is interested expects to make tho investment py on a basis of three mills per ton a mile which means that ho believes iron ore can be transported to tho furnaces for about 45 oeuts per ton The presont chargoia 105 Shot hf a ComUUie i O Nor 88 At Bealk BELLAiitE villo O a small town on tho Belkire Zanesvillo and Cincinnati raltyeftd Rom Miller constable shot and dangerously wounded Charles Johnson Miller was hauling corn fodder along the road when he met Johnson After talking a few minutes a fight emBued Johnson started to get cm Millers wagon when Miller shot Johnson the ball entering the racmth and coming out under the left ear St Lens CllllllllUtll HIT Nov 23 Frank Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho building gandstono quarried in this country east of tho Rocky mountains comes from northern Ohio the only other placo where it is found being in a Thoir Bodies May Not Bo Recover- Â¬ small spot near Denver Tho companies that will beco no part ed Until Spring Smothorod of tho new corporation are the Malone in tho Snow Wires Stono company quarries at Euclid and Amherst O j Cleveland Stono cohi pany quarries at Berca and Amherst Forest City Stone company quarries at Euclid and Columbia Center U Massy Stone comnanv nuarries at Elvrin and to Amherst O Elyria Stono company Aro Down and It Is Impossible quarries at Urafton u uratton sjtone Get News From tho company quarries at Grafton 0 BerBailey Stono company quarries at Northwest lin Heights O Bryant Stone company quarries at Elyria O Ohio Stono company quarries at Iudepen Jcnce O A year ago these companies camo to- Â¬ gether and mado a price agreement St Paul Nov 30 Human beings Previous to that time they had for some timo failed to mako mrnoy but after hanbeen frozen to death cattlo havo tho agreement profits becamo larger been stampeded and buried and smothTho agreement has been kept and now ered in snowdrifts trains aro delayed it is thought best to solidify ft by means Mires aro down und the November of ouo great corporation It is estimated storm record is broken by tho blizzard that a saving of 10 percent will bo mado in operating expenses alone Tho capi- that hods tho northwest locked in its tal will bo 5000000 and tho intention chilly grasp How many human lives havo been is to buy up all tho small quarries not in sacrificed can not be told until tho snow tho combination drifts clear away months hence Men MANIAC LEFT AT LARGE uro missing everywhere in tho heart of Ho Kills lilt Wife nml Then Kill Hliinolf the storm Some aro known to bo dead and many aro missing with tho chances With an Old Musket very much against them being alive 80 On Oct 80 Marion 0Nov Those dead and missing aro Henry Powers a farmer residing five Thomas Anderson 18 years old lost miles north of here escaped from tho in tho snow near Moorhcad Minn iusauo asylum at Columbus The asy Â¬ P M Burrows mail agent lost in lum was notified by Sheriff Shaw and the stor n at Devils Lake N D Frank Vlck of Chicago frozen to was told to allow Powers his liberty and D await developments This was found death mar Fargo N men found frozen to havo been a serious error as yester- Â¬ to Two unidentified death near Fargo day morning about 0 oclock while tho Threo missing men lost in tho snow family wero at breakfast Powers went near Fargo to tho barn secured an old musket and From tho cattlo country in the west- Â¬ placing tho barrel close to his wifes ern part of North Dakota come reports head blew tho top of her head off of intenso suffering from tho livestock Threo of tho children escaped to a on tho ranges but no definite informa- Â¬ neighbors honso leaving an infant of tion can bo secured as tho wires aro 14 mouths in bed After killing his down Watson Ham a cattlo man wife Powers reloaded his musket went bays tho losses will bo extremely heavy into a potato patch 800 yards away and South Dakota is suffering too At shot himself Upon seeing her father Pierre over eight inches of snow fell in lravo tho house tho eldest child a girl the storm of Thursday and Friday and of 15 re entered tho house and carried the wind maintained an average veloc- Â¬ off tho baby After shooting himself ity of 28 miles an hour the maniac walked lack to tho hpuso Wires are still in bad shapo and it is and fell beside his wifes body impossible to get definite reports regarding conditions in certain sections but GOOD NEWS FOTt MINERS the railway companies havo set largo Those In the Pittsburg and Ohio BUtl lets bodies of competent men to woik and aro making rapid progress From all re Â¬ Will Oct nn Advance ports received there seems to bo nothing Pittsburg Nov 28 The railroad to coanted with except iirmenso snow miners of the Pittsburg district will get banks which however the rotaries can tho advance they have asked for with- Â¬ easily roniovo From latest reports it isÂ¬ tomorrow everyout trouble Tho operators generally safe to pndict thatpretty well though thing will le moving havo agreed to pay tho G0 cent rate not on schedule after Dec 1 and a meeting will be jield CUT OFF FROM THE WORLD noxt Monday presumably to ratify this No Trillin Are AMe to Get to or Out of agreement Ilelemi Montana Tho advance in this district will carry 80 Moil with it a similar increase in the Ohio is Helena hero Nov is stillThe storm oxtremely abating but it region It is believed tho New York It was tho coldest November Cleveland Gas Coal compauy will rold and maintain the pamo raWthat hoy lvo weather in Helena in the recollection Thermometers been paying slnco tho latter pirt of last of tho oldest pioneer repist creel at tho coldest hour from 27 to January 80 degrees below RURAL FREE DELIVERY This city is again practically cut off Its Cast Likely to Cut a Great Flgurj In froi1 tho oulsldo worm so lar as train Bervice is concerned The very heavy Considering Its Extension Reports snows in Dakota have blockaded every- Â¬ Wasiiinoton Nov 27 Railroad peoplo hero will not showing tho results of the rural free de- Â¬ thing mako a guess as to when trains even experiments by tho gover will bo running oil tiny kind of timo livery ment aro it aching the postofrbe depart At present all westbound trains aro ment from tho localities whero tho sarv abandoned Trains from the west aro ico is on trial They are said to s low also late Snowdrifts in Dakota aro general satisfaction with tho service small siod mountains To add to this and good results of tho work as a wl ole that section is threatened with a coal Tho reports will bo embodied in a spe Â¬ famine cial report on the schemo and its ft asl NORTHERN PAOfIcStTlL BLOCKADED bility to bo forwarded by tho rostmnstor Great Fear of a Coal Famine In lllsinarok general to congress early in the session North Dakota What recomniendutions ho will make isÂ¬ The not known bat tho immeino cos inBismauck N D Nov 80 volved in tho general adoption of i ural Northern Pacific is still blockaded in delivery will bo pointed oat free this stato and no prospects that trains will movo beforo tomorrow Tho PaFOOT BALL PLAYER KILLED cific coast train which should havo A llrooklyn Hoy Sleets Ills Deulh on tin reached St Paul Thursday is stuck in Gridiron a snowdrift at Now Salom 40 miles New York Nov 27 Walter L west of hero and can not movo until boy who resides Rhue a snowplows clear the tracks In Clnvlunatl Tobacco Market with Ids parents in Brooklyn was killed tttary deep cuts snow is drifted on the Hhdi tLo parade some in a game of foot ball at 1 87 Offoilugt for tho weok to depth of 50 feet He was trackcoal afamine prevails here ami there Kejoo iom for tho ueok grounds yterday afternoon 417 A 1370 a member of tho Brooklyn Boys High will bo much suffering unless relief is Aouul nlo for i hu weok the week luJl School team and the Seneca foot ball afforded at once No services were Kcoolpii for of urlcof ou t o 177 hhds of The rauiro team h ld in tho different churches yeitcrday foi ill Mm i follow aiii 6Jc33 05 33 J Tho Senecas played with the team of and the fuel ou hand was distributed mas y 2ji t6 i s tarn 9J to Ml tlOMt 71 06 I15GJ1U 26 tho Manual Training School No 2 among tho poor IH4311 76 10 IJOflS J 35 Rhuo being tho right half btek Tho Miecp IerUh Five Hundred lad was tackled and thrown heavily to IltUuurg Devils Lake N D Nov 80 tho ground When he rose ho was Ca lie P line li iMi U0 good butch hardly able to stand and fell agaii al Â¬ Weather continues extromoly cold tho ors i 8031 U bulls ttugi mill cowa Hog J Prime light 13 40 most immediately Ho died soon after thermometer indicating from 10 to 20 i U0uj3 4a from an internal homorrhago below zero Tho first train from the a 46 lu iivy 13 ttJu3 26 oomiuou to fair Extra 13 402S 60 east sinco last Wednesday arrived yes Â¬ 13 Uj33 3uoU83 Sheepcommon tl uufi3 60 iJU Skull fractured by a Wheelman good 27 Mr Robert terday eveuing A train load of sheep kprlug lumbJ fJ 25SJ1 35 veal cnlvoi New Orleaj8 Nov IS cars was caught in the blizzard at 15 0u5 50 Kennedy manager of Thomas Lynch Grand Harbor six miles west of hero Cincinnati while attempting to cross the Btreet at and tho animals wero on tho track in Com 23a22Ko Whea -0- 0801c Tulaiio avenud at tho start of thobl onen double decked cars during the en butchors 3 7604 1U fair to 06 common I J 26 cyclo road races was knocked down by t ro blizzard Out of 2800 sheep about medium II 1603 a wheel ridden by A Orr Mr Ken Â¬ 6X perished The shipment was from 3 to Hog delected aud p line butchers J usQii 40 packing J 2 03 V commou Cascade Moil nedy had tho basoof his skull fractured to lougli i Mi3 16 Shoup Jl iS3 lb Ho was takon to tho charity hospital Kxnect to Hear oi Lo of Cattle lumb f3 OnJI 35 and died a few minutes afterward Orr Chicago Mandan N D Nov 80 The first was pretty badly shaken up but not W 05Q3 6 Selected buicuor Hog passenger train to reach Maudau from seriously injured to 60 tho west slnco last Tuesday arrived last mixed 13 20dB 0035 16Cuttle Poor250 o hors ft Ills Own Urother steurA 3 Kled choke At present no casualties have 6 i liivik and bulU fl r3beup 5 28 The trial of night reported Bedford Iud Nov but stockmen expect to been 61H 60 lunibi J 205 0 Walter Picrco for murder resulted in hear of great losses to cattle as the storm ayenliot for manslaughter giving him must have caught many ranches unpre Â¬ two years Young Prerpe iH married pared An Ovter Living- - In a ripe Howl View months ago and a crowd of A curiosity from tho oyster beds win No Lo of Life or Stock young men culled to charavarl him howu in town several days ago Henry Williston N D Nov 80 East when ho shot Into tho crowd hitting his brother hi tho forehead and killing bound passenger trains wero snowbonud Davis a Hock Hill oysteruan whilo Tho road was touglug on Iluutingileld bar caught u hininsntlj here two days ago opened to Minot lost night Westbound perfoct youug oystor a by IK iuohes Albert Fraulss Trial Set in tho mouth of nn PayjcVQNoT 38 Tho defense of pussenger train due hero Uhursuay win whioh had grown oyster was so tightly not arrivo until tomorrow No reports old clay pipe The AJpff t rauJ the agcuwl murderer of of loss of life or stock Wedged in the bowl as to render it im Bessie jUttle U about ready to present possible of removal without breaking Colilrlt of the heaion Its caso olid Judge Kreltzer of Kretzer pipe Paltimore Suu will if tho stuto is ready be Dulutii Nov 80 Tho coldebt weath- Â¬ tho KniUwr gin the trial on Deo 7 The trial will er of tho season was experienced here John Jacob Aitor Engineer certainly beMha oecasloil ofgreat ex yesterday morning wheu 15 degrees An culmcr John Jaoub Ant r ettement and fiitiwMt below zero was reported from the 114 until a bit they no IIo run tli vngluu even flutter weather bureau Thirty ltnoni Killed Than thi nun wbo drew the pay k dispatch from Emuft jjov Failure John Jacob Ator at the leror BresUtn says that 80 persons were killed Com At PUtsburjt X J Lawrenoo Thats tlierlcliit thing Ive heard WedHueday evening In a colliery oxplo stock bpkeni wwlgned puny well known It n ni w departure In endeavor iiou at Zengorpe Russja Poland bouellt of thtr creditors NoiUito for tho It 1 upon my word meut Bat Duliy Aator In the ulcepor The fnlliiro of Otto Herman ft grain U iluiwt wild with feur Hit In atuouueed merchant lu Hurllu Ttiero hi no plucu for that mll creep Urn tMtliiiAted at over 1000000 VYbll llrtWlltlu are dad tho vuglauer Tiff Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tuskhoee Ala Nov 27 Last Fri day a negro named Henry Dawson was hanged for murder by the sheriff Ho MACE0 FULLY PREPARED TO was a largo 200 pounder and when tho MEET trap was sprung fell so hard he almost THE CAPTAIN broko tho ropo Fifteen minutes after GENERAL the fall ho was cut down and the phyis clans present pronounced him dead from strangulation His body was turned over to his friends for burial A negro named Reuben Rico now Dynamite Mines Carefully Laid and comes forward with tho statement that an Attempt Will Bo Made by Dawson is not dead that as soon as tho wagon was outsido of town the lid of tho Insurgents to tho colIin was pried off and whisky and other restoratives applied with tho re Â¬ sult that the supposed corpso was re- Â¬ suscitated and alter an hour or two was recovered sufficiently to walk Lure the Captain General Into the The evidence as to tho truth of the statement is that tho negroes having tho Trap and Either Kill or remains in charge have left the neighborhood and no evidence of a now Capure Him mado grave can bo found about tho Bu Â¬ chanan place whero Dawson was to havo been buried Kfy West Nov 80 Advices reNOT ALTOGETHER SATISFIED Window C1Ir riant Start Up Paying the ceived from Havana by steamship Oil vett aro to the efTect that unless Captain Old Wage is very careful his Gas City Ind Nov 28 Tho Amer Â¬ General Weyler against Alacco in sec Pillar ican window glass plant began oper- Â¬ ond campaign ations yesterday aud whilo there is a del Itio provinco will come to a disas feeling of disappointment among tho trous end before it has fairly begun from glass blowers that an increaso of tho Weyler has gono to Muriel and camwago schedule was not brought about that point proposes to begin his Havana there-- Is much satisfaction over a renew- Â¬ paign It is reliably stated in that Marco has full information ns to al of work plans and has prepared to foil It is said that President Bums is Weylers commander Spanish much disappointed over tho action of the According to reports Maceo has placed tho wage committee as lie is comment 0000 men in ambush a few miles from that if tho glass workers had Btood out Muriel and an attempt will bo made to until Dec 14 tho time agreed upon for lure Weyler into tho trap Dynamlto a general resumption of manufactur Â¬ mines have been prepared along Wey ing tho manufacturers would have been lers march and tho terrible dynninito forced to grant tho ndvanco demanded guns which havo already wrought such havoo in tho Spanish ranks aro to bo Ilerner llratored to Cltlxendilp the men in Nov 80 William used by leaders hero ambush Advices Columhuh O stato that Maceo to Cuban Benier whoso escape from capital pun Â¬ has dctcrminid to mnks a desperito ishment for a murder in Cincinnati in effort to rupture or kill Weyler as ho 1884 caused tho Cincinnati riots of that believes that either event would speedily year called at tho office of Governor end tho war Bushnell Saturday and presenting tho That tho Spanish forces suffered certificate of tho warden that he had greatly in tho recent battles in Pinar del finished his term in the stato prison a Rio is confirmed by tho nrrivul of largo 20 year seuteuco for manslaughter was numbers of wounded soldiers in Ha Â¬ given a certificate of citizenship by tho vana governor which is tho last step in tho Saturday 1100 men who went forth restoration of Berncr to his placo in so- with Weyler in his first campaign wero ciety Berncr has been out on parolo brought into Havana suffering from wounds of various kinds Some of tho since tho spring of 1895 men wero practically shot to pieces Hurled Around a Shaft many of them had lost arms or legs Nov 28 Whilo Tho SjMiiUh authorities tako great pre Grei nsbuuo Ind Roy Favors 14 years old was manipu Â¬ caution to keep tho public away from lating the crabs on a derrick ho was the wounded soldiers in order to pro caught in the machinery and was vent the latter from telling of tho disas whirled around a shaft finally falling ters that befell tho Spanish arms Antonio Coloma who was shot in the to the ground His clothing was stripped oft witli the exception of a sock on Cabanas Friday after being apromised ins left fro several bones were broken amnesty by Weyler died like hero Jul though the Spanish ofllcials trictl hard and tin body was others so mutilated He wa dead when workmen reached to break his spirit His execution wus delayed for hours beyond tho appointed his side timo the Spaniards jo ring at him TuiutyNlmi Ieraou Killed meanwhile Finally when ho was led Boniiay Nov 80 A fto organized forth to execution an otlleer spat in his at Bare la in honcr of the visit of tho face Manacled as ho was Coloma Earl oi Elgin viceroy oL India has had sprang on tho ofllcer but was pulled officer then a terril le outcome in the killing of 29 away by tho guards Thoblows with a prisoner several porsont and the injuring of many others struck tho by a gr it crash of numbers or a panic sword gashing his face Coloma re placed over his w hicii ccurred in tho courso of tho fused to allow a bandage pulled ns feto Notl ng is known as to how the eyes and cry the executionersLibra I of Viva Cuba trigger his panic d velnped was heard abovo tho crack of tho ritlos Tho law of tho suspect is being Illit Owrnn Old drudge Ky Nov 80 News vigorously enforced in Havana FourMiDDixsnono has been received hero of a duel be teen men wero arrested Friday on sus being insurgent sympathizers tween Johnny Bruuliam a mountain picion ofdrumhead cotirtmnrtial Saturtried by desperado and William Moore a des day and sentenced to bo bhot perate haracter from Lotcher county Ono hundred and fcrty- - threo prison Â¬ in whiih Branham was shot and in- ers were deported Saturday simply bo Tho causo they wero suspected of beirg Mooo escaped stantly kiitd light occurred over an jld grudge friendly to tho insurgents Ninety tiC of this number wero coudemned to tho Tliuukglvlug Iardon Columbus O Nov 27 John H penalBcolony at Ceuta Africa for life O Pendleton editor of tho Equator Steig of Cincinnati received thoThanks Democrat of this city who was arrested giving pardon at tho Ohio stuto penitenat Havana Thursday was released Sat tiary Steig murdored Lis brother-in-laurday morning and reached hero in tho Phillip Lewis of Cincinnati in steamer Olivette Mr Pendleton claims 16S5 in a saloon row ho was subjected to many indignities whilo under arrest Ho tays that tho Coal Started Down the Ohio Spaniards claim that his passports wero Tho river irregular is false Ho states that ho was Nov 80 PrrraBUKo stage yesterday and arrested at tho sepcial command of Wey- Â¬ reached a boating something over 4000000 bushels of coal ler because the latter wished to secure spatches which Pendleton important wus started for southern points was bringing to this city If Pendleton THE MARKETS had not reached Key West just when ho Iteitew of the Urn in and Livestock piar did there would havo benm a demonstra tion agaiust tho Spanish consul hero kcU Fur Noveuber 30 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ provide rue dinners witli cars and mules witli which to facilitato transportation The corn will be sold to tho lonumttitUn of the Spanish columns and will be used for military purposes Thee commanders may buy tho corn at cunent pricts or may admit it on deposit After Dec 20 all corn found stored on tho farms or elscwhcro with out the kuowledgo aud consent of tho military coniuuiidcrs will bo considered emil nil in d ot war and thu farmers so withholding it will be criminally prosecuted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ROYAi CONDENSED A Collet tlon of NEWS luti riHtn Item on Vari- Â¬ ous Subject IHplntl Prepare Tor the Ilaty Keniti r Stipjriiitunitoiit Wliltoof tho New York m iruun U accused uf selling dead bodice to thu nudcal cuIlegiM A cream ol tartar baking powder lifebelt of It Is Fiittl tint McKlnley will select nil In leavening Mrength Latest United Statei eiovrmnitnt I ood Krport Cliarlue iatew livo ot Kwiustou Ills Km At llAklso Puwdkr Co New York D9 liis privato fcuretiiry The diphtheria quarantine at Kenton DUKES O liH been nil til and school wore opened Monday murnlug At Lexiug on Mil buiglurs gained nn James Lay Kicked by a Horse The Wind entrance to tlio ilunr store uf Crenshaw Young and hccuird f 0 finm thu yufc Stoim Thursday Did Damage to T C Watts cashier of tlio ritato bank Timber and Fencing Ncelii In Is u defaulter hi tliu sum of tl 0J0 Ho U supposed to Im senium horo Doc Pate of Knottsvllle was visiting Hu lint Ids money speculat in Colorado POWDER Absolutely Pure ii Â¬ CENSORSHIP DISPATCHES Spanish Account of What In TakliiK llace In Cuba Havana Nov 80 Soveral well known insurgont leaders havo dynamit Â¬ ttii 1 - 23 ed a military train running along tho trooha from Jucaro to Moron in tho western portion of Puerto Principe Soveral cars wero smashed and tho insurgents then attacked an iron plated car in which was tho trains escort of 25 men und ofllcers including a captain and an ofllcial of tho railroad An armored engine was sent in pursuit of tho column Colonel Amiinan arriving on the scene tho insurgents retreated leav Â¬ ing eight killed and carrying off their wounded The military escort of tho train had ono ofllcer and eight soldiers wounded and two killed Tho insurgont leader Lopez Coloma who first raised the cry of revolt in the provinco of Matanzas and who was sentenced to death by courtmartial for the crimes of rebellion homicido and horsetheft was shot ou Thursday thousands of people witnessing tho elocution Privato advices from Artemisa prov- Â¬ inco of Pinar del Rio say that on Nov 23 Maceo was in camp uearCoiisolacion del Norto Tho intendant has dictated rules to tho customhouse employes designed to exportation of any kind of fireveut tho from aiiy port in the prov Â¬ inces of Mutuuzas Santa Clara Puerto Priucepe aud Santiago do Cuba Saturduy night a danco wus given at tho theater for tho benefit of tho Red Cross fund Tho best society of Ha vaiia was preseut and tlio largo honso was obliged to closo its doors in order to avoid a catastrophe Prominent merchauts of Pinar del Rio say that General Weyler is expect eel to eleal a mortal blow to tho revolution in Pinar del Rio by tho end of tho year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at Dukes Sunday ing In guild Detvcthe Cemles tif Xew Haven Conn Jo Jones of tho Bottoms was in town nrrh ed at Sun Fruncl cn to tako charge of Saturday evening II C Clarke who U vantcd for rtiullng The coldest wave of the Beason struck fX from Pock cc HIJiop general ticket this section Friday evening agents lit New IIuvou Tlio meeting of tho lltHburg Consoli There was prayer service at the Pres- Â¬ dated Ti tuition employe to dUcuse tlio byterian church Thanksgiving night mlvlhulilllty of srlklng mjotirncd after Sunday being cold and for lack of fuel deciding to pistpoio to Ion until tho 8 there was no prayer services at the Pres- Â¬ turn of lenliluut Mugeu fiom tho west byterian church Tho Reporter published at Williams In six eirs oel has suspended publicaMr JauieB Iiy wns kicked in the faco tion The p a it will be plueeil lu storage Thursday by a horse but luckily was ami the list consolliLite with tho that city T Loroy Kvuus not seriously hu t was publisher it t id propilutor There was no pchool Thanksgiving Wlillu out hunting near Sidney In day Tlio teacher nnd pupils all enjoyed several boys discoveu d tho badly decom a day ol rest and pleasure posed body of a man who on Investiga Under the piesent gold standard silk tion proved to bo Moses Yoivull who dis Â¬ appeared from Sidney uboiit two months hamHrtfi chiefs are coming more in ubo ago It is suppo eil lie committed sulcldo bjttie fairer sex of our neighborhood Tho Kaet Clayton Clay Manufacturing yMiss Jennio Patterson and her sister comniinvs lilaut lo a eda mile nml n half Mrs Wright pussed through Dukes one from Nosonvllle O win burned to then ground ri iturday About 75 men wero day this week on their way to Clover employed by tho company In tho manu port facture of street paving hilck losi flO New Yolk has tho largest population 000 in u unco f 1 OUO P Ivato Secietaiy Thutbur confi nn tho of any State in the union Tlio first day statement that Iicslileut Cleveland ling of June 180 her inhabitants numbered purehtiseel a house at lrincuton N J 50117853 and will mako his permanent homo there Jlrs Dora Bowids and her aunt Mrs lifter thu eloo of tho picsent a Imlulstin tloti Tl o president will letnln his prop- Sarah Wtst accompanied Mrs Maiy Cox erty at Huznrds Uiy und uso it as his hs far as Cloverport Saturday on her resummer homo turn home A statement has boon issued which Mrs Sarah West of Louisville and shows that Iowa has M 50 000 outstanding warrants for which tlio o Is no cash The Mrs Mary Cox of Union Star were itito ollleors say they uro powcrleis to quests Thanksgiving of their noiee Mrs meet tlio situation aud the unpaid bills may reach t 0 00J Tlio situation is duo Dora Bow Ids to thu tlowuoss of tax payuionts aud too This has been one of the best weekB of low a levy to meet expenditures the season for handling tobacco and Thu fighting cruiser Brooklyn has been farmeis have made good use of time completed und will go into commission this week As soon as her storoj can bo stripping and hauling oir their tubneco placed on board tho Brooklyn will join Those who havo their hogs fat nre gla 1 thu Atlnut o Miuid on Hor first stop after leaving Phlladelp la probably will to see the cold spell so they can kill bout Ii ooklyn whoro thu citizens havu their meat Some farmers havo lost arranged to picscnt an elnbonuo bllvcr some of the meat that was killtd during senlco to thu ship the warm spell InreKn In six months from t o timo wheat is A dispatch from London iiunouiioM tbo threshed it will shrink two cpiaith to tlio mirrlago on Wolnesdiy a Cheltenham bushel or six per cent and one i undrnl of IUs Allow Andrews daughter of Fred tishels of husked ears of corn in No- Â¬ eikk Andrews of Portland Or aud Iluv Knits Holme- - vicar of Milton Uodford vember to not far from eighty ii March ihl e A severe wind and rain storm passed IMncess Henry of Piussla wlfoof tho cmpuiors brother gavu birth to a son through tli ib section Tliursdo n ght Tlio mother was formerly blowing down timber and feneing and Siitnrdiy Pilnce t Ircnoof Hoiso and Is a sUtorof causing many houses to rock and She was mart led tho Kmpiisi of Russia on their foundations but none were in 184 damaged to far as heard from Dispatches rocolved from Antananarivo dated Nov VI my that tho rebellion In tlo l luiid uf Madagascar Is rampant GLENDEANE though tho vie n ley uf tho capital U No colonists uro a rlvlug and quieter trade Is paralyzed 220000 Pounds cf Tobacco Purchased Theio hai boon a continuous exchnngo by John Dean Miss Luttle Moorman of teh griipliio mosagus recently botweou tho British toisul at Manilla and tho at Home Again Hong Kong governruiit As ono of the class ciuUor results tlio Jliltltlt second Pique hat gono to tho Philippine Islands Bob Crider was here Sunday from A conference lietweeu tho Brazilian Fordsville minister of foreign affairs and Mlnlstor Mis Dewees goes to Louisville this Klchim of Fruuee lu rofoieuco to tho Amapo matter will holu this week at week to purchase goois Itio J unci j It Is believed that negotia Jake Smith is dangerousy ill and has tions w 1th Pari i w HI follow and a satisbeen bo for tho last week factory solution U uxp ctcd Dr James Lewis ficm Blue Ball near Dr Naiisci who Is to doIvjr an nddross bjforu thu Hoy 1 Goog nphleul society on lline villi is visiting here Feb 8 will mi that occasion bo ptcsonted Italev Powell is seriously Bltk of fever with tlio societys fpeilil medal This U nu honor granted to but low Among pneumonia and perhaps typhoid thoso who havo been tho recipients uro Mrs Bob Crider Foiisvllle ppent last Henry M ri iinley and Dr Itiytitd week visiting in the neighborhood 1rluiee ami Clutiuiltlr Mis Jimmie Kiccheloe of llardiiis William T Brown of Curtorsvlllo Mo omplojed lu tho Motley mluo vns cuught burg will arrive to day to visit her par by a cavo ln and so huvoroly injured that enbr ho cau not recover The mno wivs dam W J Dean it Sou are enlarging their ngo 1 to tho amount of tl 00 warehouse Its capacity will be increas- Â¬ William Wallace who was taken to Ne vada Mo from Neosho win committed ed about 60 per cent to jail at tho former place by United J writing last week kept the States CmnmUslonor John T Blrdseyo nJs Our not tlioelmriro of counterfoil 1117 Wallnoj U Nfcws from learning the latest at James charged with counterfeiting both gold Ancstroiifs it is a girl born Nov 15 nnd kllvor cuius Miss Mary Moorman and her brother boy of Andur Gin Htrco s ii son luilwasuut bhoolug at sparrows Robert had a few of their friends take and whilo lit ft out of tho homo ot Mrs dinner with them on Sunday It was Fiank Night that hi y camo out and ilo their birthday Iio becamo niitndod of him to stop John Deane has bought about 20000 an co red and Is in jail for shoo lug at her point blank twloj Ho iiilod hor both pounds of tobacco He will buy hull a times million lie has bought some excellent colored win hangod at JitoUotm Youn tobacco and at a fair price for the times Seahi All Suiuriluy He outraged and about threo inonthi Clinton Bashatn pedagogue from lnnuloul his sister ago Tho o lino was ono of tho moat hor dhtiirt No U3 Overtons School house ovur b ought to light In tho state rible Ho ellnl proto ting his Innoconco and was here Sunday Iu three weeks more said ho would soou bo lu Abrahams his term closes with appropriate last day booui exercises Â¬ Â¬ 1 Graph-lc-HuiiidiÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ WEYLERS LATEST ORDER nfu TOXUA tifWMM 9 Hliks 1iloait Iluet Beralil Farmere Mutt llrlng lu Their Cum and Turn It Over to the gpanluriW Havana Noy 87 Cuptaln Gouerul Weyler lias issued orders to tho farmers in the provinces Pjuar del Rio Havana and Mutauzas to carry the now crop of corn to tho garrisoned town and the ralroad pftlcials havo been instructed to Heath I K Irvln chief of tho Katisai City police duiMrtuiont luvs tiled of blood poison lug re tilting from Brlghts dUcau Jo lah Dick ono ut tho wealthiest farm Â¬ ers lu ltlchland county O was attacked by a slego ot hlccouirlilng ou tho morning of Nov 14 which continued without cas Â¬ sation uiill Saturday night when ho Â¬ Thank You Bro Truman Thankeglving Ky Dear Sir Your letter just received I Bend 25c now Yes the IlnECKKNiiiDOE Nkws Is one of the cleanest Democratic papers in the State A happy and a pit asant Thanksgiving to you and yours Truly Ac 11 KN nv 0 Tbuman FonnsviLLH good for babies and ehlldr en Just We mean absolutely harsileis Bells of course y pasod away Judge John W Itobluiou of Windfall Ind ngoel 78 tho oldot member of tho Tipton tounty bar was founil doad in boil Saturday morning It U supposed that he died of heart failure IIo was ouoo judge of tho circuit oouit of Bartholomew lOjniy it e HE THAT HATH THE BRKOKERIDGE CM RB preeminently a church QLOVERPORT KY MKINLEYS TARIFF IDEA8 This will make money so plenty that there will bo no further cry about coin Ing more silver for the 080000000 In silver now rusting in Iho Treasury will get into tho hands of the people Seventhly In regard to coinage of sllvor McKinley will favor it as soon as moro silver is needed but he will let the nation buy it at tho market prlco as we have done for years and make every dollar coined as good as gold Em Pkiikin8 W77i8TTr ws Postal Savings Bmki of the grayest defect of our American hanking system Is In its fail- Â¬ ure to provide for tho email wage earn- Â¬ er As a natu al consequence there is a lack of frugality among the laboring classes of our peoplo and tho deposition to save is not as marked as it should bo Ono Â¬ OHRI3TMA8 DAY an en Â¬ gagement at Masillon last night con- Â¬ nud And licaring let liim licctl lho Puritanp seeing only tho inper nected by street car with Canton fpent liccclintr let liim hustle to HEAD stltions and disirdeiliness with which a part of the morning with the President- Â¬ QUARTERS Christum had become enuml red elect When I asked a Cantomso if the the strove with all their ardor to dt stray it street railroad ran up by McKinleys Carpets rrsJyna7d Carpets but happily did not succeed Tne argti home he said richest that Oriental fancy ever ilc- No tho strett railtod doesnt run raent sometimes used against it that f Carpets to cover the poor signed tho birthday of tho Child Jesus is not anywhere It stands right still But you mans bare floor at prices that may be known and tlierifore cannot be observ- Â¬ take that car at the Court House go up ed does not prevail against the ahnoit Main street five blocls through that big 74 covered by a day laborers wages jeTtcior PARLOR SUITS from universal longing to re h bra to In some triumphal arch and when you come to a lo teconu floor way this great event So we are not sur wooden cottage with all the pickets 5 to 500 according to your needs prised to learn in tiie 11 st centuries of stolen out of the fence and the yard all and the size of your pocket book the Christian era Christians though trodden down harder than the National Our 10 Our plan suits all classes generally celebrating the Nativity were turnpike thats the MbJmh placet 1 found tho Presidentelect in a happy and per cent commission hjfatla0 not unanimous in the time chosen for the festival At least a part if the early mood His face was flushid with the we better the terms of any dealer church observed tho sixth of January health that comes from temperance Try all the cash or credit or any other plan on earth not only to commemorate the Epiphany prosperity and a pure conscience and dealers then come to headquarters or H13 manifestation of Christ to the his eyes fairly danced with intelligence Gentile- - but also the birth of Jesus and and Joy Every man in Canton is his it was not until the end of the fourth friend and his companions are full of century perhaps not until the b glngirg love and admiration T TTVrir FurnIure Fixtures Bar Outfits Hotel CT7T Mejor McKinley for that is what they Drvperles Rugs Caipets Equipments of the fifth that the prstntdate Uc call him has no secrete Hr life and ON COMMISSION Curtains etc eto ember 25 was generally accepted Tho Christmas season is sometimes works are an open book He has one JEFFERSON and GREEN STS LOUISVILLE KY usd to designate the time between Dec hobby and that is to gain fame by mak Â¬ ember 10 aud February 1 more often ing this country prosperous again Ho FOR MILES FREIGHT PAID tho fortnight between December 24 and believes he cau do it He believes in January 0 During all this period there his theory of a good tariff for rovenuo as was formerly and still continues to be a much as he believes in his religion He spirit of joy and festivity which entitles says what ma le prosperity for thirty it to be called the holidays The vigil years and paid 2000000000 of the na of the Nativity or ai we now call It tional debt will do it again Lees than Christmas Eve was obstrved from the that will make a deficit and run us in plied to the double barreled fizzle known Breckenridge News first with exceptional devotion perhaps debt Ho believes our whole financial as the Palmer Buckner decoy duck becnus the birth of our Lord occurred trouble has come from reducing the party The gold Democrats took their in the night Unlike other vgils it con- tariff and killing reciprocity Ho be Â¬ WEDNESDAY DECEMBERS 1890 own adyice They made a straight dectinued through the night and made lieves the two armies now fighting in laration for the gold standard which the Cuba should be eating our flour to day witli Christmas itself one great eolemii ELIZABETHTOWN Republicans refused to do and heartily which by a bad policy is prohibited Ity indorsed Clevelands administration from going there He believes we are What wfs the result What sirt of a Death of Warren Holcombe Thanksglv O N Grant a prominent d uggist of getting a hundred million dollars worth showing did they make Inn John W Lewis Endorsed Grant Boone county Ky in sending in of cloth pottery silk carpets aud laces Why they failed to carry a single a nice order writes It is the best from Europe ovary year that would have election precinct in the United States of s ller I have in stock I sell h doznn bot been and were made hore by the old Elizauktutown Kv Nov 20 CO America The voters iid from their tles of Dr Hells Pino Tar Honey to one tariff Ho believes the Wilson bill has Tub BRECKENniDOK News Warren La party as though it embodied a noxious blessed Eugland and cursed America Hol- Â¬ of any other kind of medicine Hue Holcoinbo son of Rev Steve infection Een the gold Democrats de Â¬ He believes tho 200000000 of bonds combe of Louisville died on his farm serted their party Instead of voting sold by Cleveland were used to pay the three miles east of this place of heart for tho gold Facts and Figures standard they voted for inexpenses of the Government and that disease after an illness of only six hours ternational bimetallism and instead of iNiw Yok Sun our gold went out to pay the balance we At 7 oclock Wednesday ho ate a very voting for a platform that indorsed If any one questions the fact that the owed Europe after buying more stuff hearty supper repaired to the parlor and Cleveland they voted for the platform supreme importance which the silver is Â¬ than we told her He believes that to began to play on the organ to entertan that denounced Cleveland in round sue assumed during tho recent campaign get the satno old revenue through a some friends who had come out from A New Tossom Story terms alone saved the Democratic party from a lower tariff we will have to buy more Thanksgiving with Louisville to spend By observing results in the case of the There are posmm sories and possum far more crushing dt feat and the Cleve- Â¬ goods and that when we buy them from him Whilst pumping that instrument Palmer Buckner affair we may fairly stories but the following lias at least the land administration from n condemna- Â¬ Europe our own mills stop and our own he was seized with a pain in his right judge as to the pligLt the lAmocratfc merit of being new tion unpiralleled in the hhtory of labor becomes idle He believes that side between the upper bowels and the A Georgia negro caught two possums Democracy a few figures dippel the de- Â¬ party would now bo in if it had declared the whole silver scare was brought on by lower part of his stomach which is said for tho gold standard and Clevelandisra in a trap He took them home and put lusion Cleveland making silver coinage a scape- Â¬ to have aggravated the heart disease We doubt whether the party would have them in a little pen and gave it out in Commencing witli New York his own goat for a deficit brought on by the Wil- Â¬ from which he has been a sutTerer since carried ten canities in the United States the village that he would have the fat Â¬ state where he should be strongest it son bill and that without ho was eighteen years of age The pain Cleveland the It would have been annihilated There test ne ior supper that night will be observed that Mr Clevelaud was silver discussion wtuld never have come is said to have been very severe and would not have been enough of it left to He lived alone in a little cabin on tho onco elected governor by 100000 majori Â¬ up Clevelands false charge continuous from 7 oclock until 10 oclock mede the hold a convention in any State heretofore outskirts of the town ty Thcsi figurers were reduced to 45 Democrats Republicans and Populists Thursday morningthe time he diedaged Democratic Two boys bent on mischief overheard 500 when he was elected p ejident in of the silver States mad Major McKin Â¬ twenty live years The New York Sun puts it very mild- Â¬ him boasting of the possum and resolv Â¬ 1892 and after two years of his adminis ley believes that if Clevelaud Young Mr Holcombe had only been a had had a ly indeed when it expresses a doubt ed to play a trick on liim tration a Ri p iblican governor was oh c tariff for revenue and reciprocity put citizen of this Hardin county Bince the They tecreded themselves near his ed by 150100 back prosperity would have come and early part of last spring j his father hav Â¬ whether a Democrat nominated on M Clevelands platform aud indorsing his cabin and saw liim kill aud cook one of Wisconsin gave a Democratic mi j irity there would have been no silver party to ing purchased the home and farm of When he had placed it of 0 500 in 1892 and a Kipublican major kill State Senator W B Haywanl for him administration could have carried half the possums the States or received half the popular brown and juicy on the table ho went ity of 53000 In 1894 Indiana gave a Dem Â¬ You ask in New York how much His fattier was notified of his sons vote recorded in favor of Mr Bryan out doors to get some wook to replenish ocratic majority of 7100 in 18U2 and a McKinley will change the tariff death this morning and he reached here We say The Sun puts it mildly The the fire which gave the only light to Republican majority of 44000 in 1804 I know Major McKinley and I believe from Louisville on the 10 oclock train truth is our contemporary puis it queer the room Ohio reduced the Republican majority of 1 can prophesy just what he will do Indeed almost prostrated with grief ly for it has the actual result before it Then one of the bojs having previ- Â¬ 1000 iu 1892 but three years tf Cleve First He will make the duty on tlio deceaseds sudden death is exceedthe official figures from every State ex ously secured the live possum from the landism increased it to 92000 in 1805 woolen cloths velvets ing sad for his friends and relations and plushes both cept Texas Palmer and Buckner were pen In tho ytrd climbed in the window The Republicans of I nnsylvania in- Â¬ specific and ad valorem His remains will probably be buried and raise the nominated on Mr Clevelands platform took the cooked possum from the table creased their majority from 0700 in tariffjust high enough to at Cave Hill in Louisville have them and indorsed his administration Did and left the live one in its stead 1892 to 241300 in 1894 Nordhl tho solid made in the United States without low Â¬ The old negro came in singing with soutli escape this disastrous influence ering our wages Ho will not have Thanksgiving Day was greatly enjoyed they carry half as many States as Mr our here by all religious sects and several Bryan or receive half the popular vote an armful of ligtitwood knots Ho re Â¬ Kentucky gave 40000 Democratic major Â¬ gold going to Bradford to buy these mix tney carry plenished the fire and then sat down to ity in 1892 and nearly 10000 Republi things while our own mills are idle very toothsomo dinners were given ii uuniuu iu ins mvor State Did they carry a county his repast can majority in 1895 while Maryland Secondly Misses Lena McXiel Johonson and Alice one We are making three I11 tho dim light he reached for that reversed her Were they victorious at any election Democratic mej irity of 21 fourths of our tin and plate glass now V Young entertained several Louisville possum aud then with a yell he jump 000 In 1892 to 18700 Republican majori Â¬ The Wilson bill cut the tariff on tin from friends and as jour correspondent was precinct in the United States It may be insisted that there were pe- Â¬ ed hack ty in 1895 Even fennissee changed 2 20 to 1 10 in order to kill the industry one of the guests he can truthfully re Lawd have mussy I he cried I her Democratic majority of 38500 in It did kill it in tho Eastern States where port the event as a very enjoyable affair culiar conditions that prevented some of the supporters of Clevelandisra from killed him en I cooked liim en I tuk 1802 to a Republican moj rity of 748 in coal was mud but Providence sent free These two young ladies accompanied by gas to Indiuna and they are now mak Â¬ friends from Montgomery Ala and by supporting the Cleveland ticket and him up steauiiu en dar he sets z nach 1804 platform To make this good it will uliz life wid not a hair singe I Oh The votes in other states is hardly It ss ing gas tin from the block plate up for Mrs Eliza Young Misses Ida Stewar Pearl Stockett Johnson Mary Francis have to be admitted that there is a total Lawd des hep me ter get way from dis significant notably in Illinois which 4 a box that used to cost fO in Wales Bryan and Mrs John A Laucaster of lack of political principle among a ma- place en Ill preach do gospel do bal Â¬ gave Mr Cleveland a nn jority of 20000 So tin and plato glass will probably not ance er may days I in 1892 and elected a state treasurer by be touched Plate glass that used to Louisville will visit New Orleans for a jority of those who indorse Mr Cleve Then keeping closo to the wall he a Republican inej irity of 123400 in 1894 sell for 240 a for those who week or so returning in time to be at lands administration iquare foot is now selling voted for Mr McKinley not only voted reached the door and jumped out Once The change in the lower house of Con for 40 cenh made at home Tho tin home Christmas against the gold standard puro and sim Â¬ before lie made for the woods ho looked grefsis hardly decisive In the fifty tariff may go up from 110 cents per The Hardin county Republicans met ple as Oenoraliesimo Hanna adiiiittjbut back and seeing the possum in the third congress the Democrats had a ma pound to 1 J cents a pound so that it hero on the Jlird inst in a specially Indorsed a sovere attack on Clevelands same position on the table he shook his joilty of 02 while the Republicans had a can be made again witli profit with coal fitt in its direstion saying majority of 139 in the flfty fourlh called mass meeting and passed very administration Thirdly A ten cent tariff will be put Wo think The Sun will find when it Hfy dar you gray devil you I Yo No one who had observed the cunent back on wool complimentary resolutions indorsing McKinley believes that Atlanta of public sentiment rould doubt that the it has not been a good policy to send Congressman John W Lewis for the sifts the matter down that the support race aln no good nohow election of 1890 would indicate a still 700000000 in gold to Asiaand Australia Collector ship in Louisville They also received by Palmer and Buckner repre Â¬ Constitution more xtn me change until the silver isÂ¬ for wool during the last four years when passed a resolution requesting all Re Â¬ sents tho votes the Democratic nartv sue was sprung and surperseded that of we could kave given 110000000 for it to publicans in the Fourth Congressional would have won if it had adopted Cleve Â¬ the tariff It is indeed doubtful if any Kentucky Tennessee Ohio Pennsyl district to join witli them in the good lands platform and indorsed his admin Â¬ istration The cold facts are there to Democrat nominated on Mr Cleve work vania and the silver States He be speak for themselves lands platform and indorsing his admin Â¬ lieves wool when sheared and wr shed istration could have carried half the is a manufactured product Women who are weak and nervous I am 87 years old and have used about states or rt ceived half the popular votes who have no appetite and cannot sleep Fourthly McKinley will recommend rocorded in favor of Bryan llnd strength and vigor in Hoods Sursapa all of tho cough and lung remedies that a tariff on German aud English linen iiave been sold during my life j and for Were it posible for Mr Cleveland to high enough to bring Bolfast linen man- Â¬ riila the benefit of the suffering I will say appreciate the popular estimate of his ufacturer to the United States where Mr A H Crausby of 158 Kerr St that I have never used any remedy equal Memphis Tenn says that hi9 wife peculiar policy and public acts the last they can manufacture European flax The Facts in The Case to Dr Bells It gives paid no attention to a small lump which election would bring home to bis con Â¬ which will come in fno He will cap- Â¬ Atlanta Com itution quick and permanent relief in grippe as appeared iu her breast but it soon de Â¬ sciousness the unpopularity not to say ture thlsf20 0000 linen industry as he veloped into a cancer of the worst type We print in another column an article well as otlu r couidis We keep it in our and notwithstanding the treatment of o Hum which he has acquired captured the tin plate glass and pottery from The New York Sun the most rabid house all the time and would not be the best physicians it continued to industries of the gold organs which is pertinent without it spread and grow rapidly eating two Mrs M A Metcalfe Fifthly McKinley V aim will be to in Â¬ SAMPLE to a statetneut made by The Constitu- Â¬ 1005 Soutli Fourth Street Paducah holes in her breast The doctors Ky crease the product of Bugar in Nebraska In regard to the soon pronounced tion the other day A her incurable of some of the gold Miss Nannie Pate of Hardiusburg Is and Ualiforniafhx in Wisconsin Minne Â¬ A Brave Woman celebrated New York sota and Dakota and so increase the Democrats Sitice the election these specialist then treat- visiting her sister Mrs W II Jolly Interior Jourml sheep industry where wheat used to now followers of Major McKinley hav ed her but she conBill Hardin of Oweusboro One can whip a thousand and two can was visit grow in the Northwest that 100000000 tinued to grow worse ing been led into that camp by the put ten thousand to flght of any ordi and when informed lug frieuds at this place last Saturday bushels less of wheal will be raised wool shrewd tactics of Major Hanna have nary mob At Richmond Mo 501 men that both her aunt and Sunday and fl ix will take Its place and dollar lost no opportunity to say to the Demo stormed the jail and and grandmother had Mr aud Mrs G 11 It ibrrts rt turned wheat will come to the farmer again demanded the keys crats You Bee what you got by not to the cellroom died from cancer be home from Owensboro announcing their inten- Â¬ last Saturday ac Â¬ Sixthly McKinley will ure a tariff gave the case up as following our advice Wo told you tion to lynch Jesse Winner and Lon companied by Aire Vargason on manufactured lumber grain eggs hopeless that defeat was certain to follow a decla Â¬ Lackey who are in Jail on the charge bomeone then reÂ¬ of Henry Gibson was on the sick 1 st last and meat against Canada He will make ration in favor of free coinage commended 8SS wetk murdering Mrs Winner and her two this tariff as high aa their tariff Is against With this declaration in mind the ar- children Some of them started up the and though little hope remained she us Cattle sheep and horses will have a begun it and an improvement was no-Â¬ Mrs CratUr Jolly and MrsSallie Ben ticle from The Sun may be read with stairs to get tho keys from the slieriffbut ticed The cancer commenced to heal and nef t were visiting r latlves in Union Star specific duty against them which Cana profit Siuco the gold democrat so were met at the top by his wifn when she had taken several bottles it who da will pay Our Custom Houses along Thanksgiving called have challenged attention as with a loaded revolver warned them not disappeared entirely and although several years have elapsed not a sign oi prophets let us see what their prophesies to advance further And they Mits Lyna DHuy of Gloverport waa the Canadian border have not paid ex didnt ei- Â¬ the disease has ever returned amount to They said when the Chica Â¬ ther but crestfallen they visiting Miss Nellie Miller a few days pensea during the last four years They turned their will be made to pay a revenue Canada go convention met that success lay in backs and last week sneaked out of town There has a prohibitory duty of three cents a the direction of a positive declaration in is no goneral assertion so Mrs E Connor was visiting her moth absolutely pound against American meat now and favor of sound money and an indorseÂ¬ without an exception as that guaranteed vegetable t r at Rome led last Suuday that mobs is SSS blood remedypurely never McKinley will see that it does not con- Â¬ a real and fails ment of Clevelands administration are always cowardly and that one deter Â¬ to cure Cancer Uczema Rheumatism tinue He will set all our mills ta run Â¬ That was the position they assumed mined man or woman either it appears Scrofula or any other blood disease Frank O King Co of Franklin Ky ning let the laboring men earu 9000 Now as the old lady said the proof of can put a whole regiment of them uur boo lea to sijs that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey has 000000 a year ss they earned in 1801 is In chewing the bag let llUht will be mailed the pudding taken the lead through that sctlou free to any ad Â¬ us follow briefly the career of the gold They write that It gives universal satis Â¬ dress Swift so called if indeed such an Democrats Dr Bells keeps childSpecific Co faction and verify this report by ord ring nfttalli llM important term as career can bo ap ren from coughing all night Ga Atlanta StflMW tiff wore H ft W r rf J AN EAR TO HEAR LET HIM liEAR For Fifteen Centuries tho Firth of Eli Perkins Condenios the President- Elrcts Views After Talking Christ Has Been Celebrated on With Him December 25 Chrbtmas Is Is caused by torpid liver which prevents diges tion and permits food to ferment and imtrlfy In Uia stomach Then follow dlwlness headache Biliousness I W if sf 7s1 M L Jl j MANUFACTURERS AGENTS S T MOORE CO ESlSF 200 Â¬ Â¬ Tho peculiar disadvantage under which the poor man labors in this country is overcome in Europo by what is known aa the postal banking system This system which was specially de- Â¬ vised for ilia poorer classes has been successfully adopted in England France Belgium Holland Itussia Austria aud Hungary and in eacli of these countries has proven itself to be a fruitful source of national prosperity In view of the experience which Europo has had with the system there Is no reason why this govtrumetit ihoud Imitate to consider its mlvantfg e Professor E T Heyn in a recent ar Â¬ ticle on Postal Savings Banks pub lished in one of the magiznee suggests the addition of a savings bank feature to our post t fllco department He con Â¬ tends that such a provision will not only furnish the laboritg classes with a safe depository f jr their earnings but that it will fu thermore tncourage habits of industry In the United Kingdom to use the figure given by Professor Heyn deposit are received by 11000 Any turn from 25 cents to 250 may he deposited If lie so clu 03es a depositor may have his savings invested in government bonds Still another interesting feature of tho system is dis Â¬ closed by the fact that 0000 schools in the kingdom are its patrons At stated intervals during the year the different schools are visited by clerks who gather up the savings of tho pupils each child is thus permitted to carry a bank ac- Â¬ count and through the machinery of the post office is encouraged in habits of Industry Tho aggregate deposits in these vari- Â¬ ous postal banks in 18Jt was 102500 000 It is claimed as the result of this system that one out of every seyen per Â¬ sons in England is a depositor Without going into any lengthy com ment upon tin su figures it is sufficient to observe that they merit careful ctn sideration Our law makers in Wash Â¬ ington should investigate the system and give it the attention which its com- Â¬ manding importance deserves Atlanta Constitution Â¬ post-officÂ¬ writes Mrs Lyman Abbott in the Christinas Lidlts Homo Journal festival Canton From the New York Sun O Nov 21 Having Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve In the world for Cute Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box Fob Balk by A R Fisher Imoinlna nervousness mid B 1 Bg It not relieved billons fever n M poisoning Hoods or blood aMu rills stlmulato the stomach rouse the liver cure headie lie dizziness con stipation em si cenvs ntii hi mi uniKBuis Tbe only Illls tn take with Hoods Hnrsiwarllla Hoods r rM I Â¬ Â¬ in these immense mills will have no employment Now if prosperity were returning or if there were any definite signs of its approach theso mills would not have closed down It is a veryserlouB event that throws 7000 people out of work leaving them idle with tho prospects of a very hard whiter beforo them BABYS SHOES The thing for the Itepublicans an I gold men to do is to get to work aud Why the Drummer Refused lo Take enact such legislation as will bring pros- Â¬ AnotherDrlnk perity instead of biting their thumbs and deprecating agitation What the Rev M S Kennedy in his sermon people deprecato Is tho cause that throws frcm which wo quoted last week illus- men and women out of employment hUj trated some points in it by the following tho beginning of tho winter story Every free coinaga voter in the coun- Â¬ No I wont drink with you to day try will bo glad to see the Itepublicans boys said a drummer to several com- Â¬ and the gold men restore prosperity panion aa they settled down in a smok- Â¬ Atlanta Constitloj ing car and passed tho bottle The Famous Address fact is boys I fiave quit drinking 1vo Â¬ sworn off South Kentucldan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ swear Ill never drink another drop Giles County Tenn Record Well boys I will toll you Yester- Â¬ last week and issued another of those addresses to the Democtats Down in South famous day I was in Chicago These great statesmen Clark Street a customer of mine keeps of Kentucky claim to have a following of 50000 a pawnshop in connection with his other business I called on him aad while I votes in Kentuckymado up of 5018 who for Palmer and 44082 who voted was there a young man of not more than voted twenty five wearing threadbaro clothes for McKinley It is a matter of small the and looking as hard as if he hadnt seen concern to how 218000 Democrats of many addresses are Kentucky a sober day for a month came in with a issed by either the Full Blood or K publicaus little package in his hand Ho unIlalfbried The latter wrapped it and handed the article to the class under the law cannot hold convenpawnbroker saying Give mo ten cents tions of aa they cast less than two per cent the total vote and have no stand And boys what do you suppose it was ing among the organized parties of the A pair of baby shoes little things with State entitled to make nominations The the buttons only a trifle soiled as if they leaders of the Palmer movement will had been worn only once or twice eventually drift into the It publican party There is no where else lor them Where did you get these asked the to go and the sooner they do this the Got em at home replied better for all concerned Tney will for pawnbroker the man who had an intelligent face and the present maintain a separate organzi if for no other rets in to tupply the manner of a gentleman despite his tion Courier Journal the with a constituency My wife bought them while it is in the chrysalis statu be Â¬ sad condition for our baby Give me ten cents for em tween a Democratic silkworm and a 1 want a drink You had better take Republican butteifly the shoes back to your wife the baby will need them said the pawnbroker No she wont because shosdead Shes Wharfmasters Steamboat Agents lying at home now died last night As CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY he said this the poor fellow broke down Local Agents bowed his head on the show case and Homestead Fertilizer Company and Boys cried like a child said the Standard Oil Company drummer you may laugh if you please Dealeri in but I I have a baby at home and I Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho political outfit that polled about Whats the matter with you old one per cent of tho votes cast in Ken boy If youve quit sang out one tucky held a meeting In Louisvillo drinking somethings up What is it Â¬ GREGORY CO A Â¬ Â¬ Dr W B Gardiner brother of Dr T W Gardiner of this place arrived Wed nesday Dr Gardiner sold out at Earl ington about two years ago and has spent most of the time since in Colorado for his health which has so greatly improved that ho returned to his old home at liar Jinsburg recently Ho is looking quite well and his many friends will be rejoiced to know that his health is so much improved Madisonville Hustler Â¬ Â¬ ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material The intenso itching and smarting inci- Â¬ dent to eczema tetter salt rheum and other diseases of tho skin fa instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles nnd a favorito rem Â¬ edy for sore nipples chapid hands chil Â¬ blains frost bites nnd chronic sore eyes for sate by druggists at 25 cents per box DISEASES OP TIIE SKIN Hard Facts Versns Sentiment Â¬ Â¬ We haye pointed out on occasion that those who declare that we have already entered upon conditions of great prosTry Dr Cadys Condition rowdcrs they perity are talking too l6udly and claim are just what a horse needs when in bad condi ing too much A presidential campaign tion Tonic blood purifier nnd vermifuge is always bad for business and as soon as it is over trade is stimulated by a quick return to tho normal volume This Â¬ The Air Â¬ stimulation is more noticable this year because there are in this country any number of business men who are ignt -rant enough in regard to financial questions to believe that tbe election of Air Bryan would have meant ruin to tho country Their elation over the result takes the shape of increased activity But this being the result of senti Â¬ ment is a mere momentary symptoir The causes that effect trade producting depression or activity are above and be- Â¬ yond sentiment and they will assert themselves in spite of confidence or lack Â¬ We Breathe contains Oxygen and Nitio gen in the proportion of one to five drsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen contains Oxygen and Nitro- gen the former greatly in excess ozone and is very soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ ates 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¬ of confidence Cancer Â¬ Oi the Breast For iuatance while tho Wall street brokers and the gold standard editors are declaring that we are about tq fall Into the arms of prosperity the owners of the largest carpet mills in the world have put up their shutters with the an Â¬ nouncement that the mills will not be 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