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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 w33S -- f t -- - VOT f THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30 1896 were packetl in bctwoen tlio iron framo work whero tho seats had been Most of tho bodies had been burned boy on d Homo had their heads recognition burned oil and of others nothing was left but tho mcro skeleton As rapidly as possiblo tho remains wcro taken out and laid in a row on tho river bank At 4 oclock 20 bodies had boon found aud no more wcro in Bight It is possiblo however that thero are others under tha wreckngo and also that somo may bo hid by tho water Of tho survivors Sam Spencer was tho only ono of tho train crew that escaped alive Ho was tho colored fireman He jumped from tho engine while it was in midair and landed in tho water somo distanco froni where tho enpino fell His only Injury was a broken arm Ho loft tho scene for Blocton on foot immediately after the wreck apparently crazed with fright Tho railroad ofll cials have not yet beou ablo to see him aud get a statement Of tho eight other survivors threo were children all of whom had their feet burned nud mashed and a lady Their who had both feet crashed names have not yet been learned Tlio other threo wcro Henry Handberry a conductor from Birmingham who was taking his wifo and two children out for a ride around tlio circuit and Will Gardner nud Andrew Brysou miuen from Blocton Handberry was on tho samo seat with his wifo nnd children when tho crash camo Tho lattor three were killed and herwas pinned down nnd would havo been burned alive had ho not been resoncd by Brysou and Gardner These two men nlso saved tho unknown woman and threo chil- Â¬ dren who were likewise pinned and ap pealing pitcously for help but by tlio timo they had rescued these fivo per- Â¬ sons tlio heat had becoro so intense that they wcro compelled to desist in their work of rescno It is thought that fully three fourths of tho dead wero killed outright fn tlio crash whilo tho others wero pinioned Ga dner and down and cremated Brysou wero both badly hurt whilo Handberry will probably die Tho flame had completed tho work of destruction before any help arrived Th country around tho scene of tho accdeut is spnrhdy sot tied and tho few farmers who heard cf tho wreck and went to tho sceno arrived too lato to bo of any as jistanco except to tho surviv- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YXT JfcJ through a Bridge AN ENTIRE PASSENGER TRAIN PLUNGED INTO A RIVER DOWN IN A GOAL MINE SIX MEN MEET AN UNTIMELY DEATH io ported c Thit was joyul toivsaul pi all re Â¬ vived Tho crowd Mnitadiubreathlesi snsien n wliilo thy lracket eamo up li CMalnd tho almost hfoh hj bodies of Jamoi TumerDavid No an whito ami thpy coaM hear irtpfown Tho rerenors re- Â¬ CHICAGOby - DANKER GUICID fiwis hi a Iln Coulil Not Hnriit the SiiflVrliiff CHtnul WEYLER IS REPULSED HE ATTACKS AnhurColfate niidInniesCrno Mors Than Twenty Lives Lost The Exact Number Unknown As the Wreckage Took Another Man Reported Missing Eight Men Rescued Some of Them Badly Injured Fire and ths Dead Bodies Were Entirely Consumed One of the Survivors Says That the Wrrck Was the Work of Train All May Recover Afterdamp Pro vents a Search Being Made of The Mine For The Missing Body i wero omy slightiy burned first w hiio tlio o H ra wero moro seriously inji red Bustniniug several broken bo uj Lsiies severe barns Tlioycmi jivo no nrrnmit of tho explosion Tlio Lul ti Robert ManU win oi Pr fiideut Mnulo and treasurer of tin conl comp ny was foand next lying at thu foot of tlio slia t itli a lingo be am acn3s his bmist his skull cnislied in aud nitmatns ouos broken Resetters toald not work long at a timo on n aunt of ras and foul air and scarh for Poneylito which lias continual e cr siuco has been of no avail The injuries of bomo of tlio rescued men ai every serious but unless complications arise al will ultimately re- Â¬ cover Â¬ Â¬ to Tlie HER BODV n INCINERATED Final OlncqTii Wreckefs Names of The Victims Dec 23 A special toTho Commercial Appeal from Hlrmingham Ala nays Fiends in human form wreokwl Birmingham Mineral passenger train No 40 nt Cahaba rivor bridge 27 miles from here at 7 f0 oclock yester Â¬ day morning and 20 lives wero lost ThaUmmbcr pf bodies havo boon recov- Â¬ ered from the wreck and further search may bwqII tho list of doad Tlio wrock is regarded as nlmcst certainly accom- Â¬ plished Iy tho removal of a rail on the middlo span of tho trestle This de Â¬ railed tho train which caused it to fall down tho two spans and precipitated it Into tLo river 1 10 feet below Tho wreck was tho worst that has ever omniiTCil in tho stato and tho sur- Â¬ vivors aro so f ow and aro so badly hurt wr that they aro unablo to give any do Ffe tailed description of how it all hap pened It is not knowu and may never Iter bo asroi tulncd just how many passen gersAvcrc on tho train Most of them were miners and residonts of mining towns in this district who had round trip holiday tickots and were returning to their homes along the lino of the Birmingham Mineral railroad Conductor A P Con ell who proba bly knew better than anybody else as to how many passengers wcro aboard is lead It is thought however that thero wcro not exceeding 25 or 30 But one passonfcor pnrchaied a ticket at Birmingham Tho following havo so far been iden tified Frank Wklto of Birmingham engineer aged 40 leaves a wife and flvo clilldren A P Council of Helena conductor aged 80 lea es a wife and two children Gcorgo Cartioyof Birmiughamflag jwiii leaves a wifo and child James Bolllntr of Gutirie Ky- - Southern express messenger aged 23 Mrs Henry HanbeiTy of Birming Â¬ ham aud tw o children R Weub of Birmingham Bruce Phillips of Blocton Ij W Martin EroolcTood Ala R II Bloaut of Birmingham colored minister Dr L N Powers of Blocton and his wifo Mrs Emma Powers and two children Mrs R Littlo of Blocton Mr Gardner Of Blocton and hi3 wifo aud daughter Ouo unlclontiScd body but supposed to bo Tom Struther a colored porter Tho ill fated train wis a local passenger-loft hero at G0a m and wbioh was scheduled to make a circuit of tho Birmingham Mineral which isabranch lino of the Louisville and Nashville reaching all thoiniportraitnitjingtowus in tho d strict Tho tndu r existing of nn engine bagjfligocar and w o coaches left hero nt 0 80 a m and vent to Tao epa on tho inau lino of fie Louisville and Nashville Thero t sw itched oif to tho Birmingham Mineral track and went to Gurueo from Guiaco to Bloc- Â¬ ton Tho Mineral trains ipcrato over tho Southern Railways Brierflold Blooton and JLrmlugluin branch under a cdntract agreement Sir miles soutlj of Gurnca is tho Ca haba river a shallow iioui tain stream which hasa depth at ilds Urto of only about Hired or four feet This river is spanned by an iron bridge with wooden trestles on each side Its entiro length Is 800 feet and tho length of tho juaiu span whero tho wreck occurred is 110 loet Tho bridgo was built only four years ago and was regarded as a vory strong structure Tho main span and the span just beyond it both mado bt Jrou gave way and precipitated tho en Â¬ tire train into tho water Tho engine hunted on its sido almost at right angles with tho track Tho oars pljod upon each other through tho main span The t entire wreck took flro soon afterward and was rapidly purucd to the watora edge Nino persousaloiiQ escaped alive fron all who went down and wvewil of Uwrn ivill projiably dio The first nows of tho wreck was brought to Harove a telegraph ata- tion four miles f row the Cahaba river by a farmer who said that whilo pass Â¬ ing near the place lie heard a crash Going nearer ho saw the two spans pf discov Â¬ Um bridge broken oat He ered the fawning wreckage in tho slial low water below Ho eould hear the iiMis of the wounded and dying but i withottt waiting to seo farther he rede 4ii horse rapidly to Hargrove where the oowafor telegraphed to BlrwlMg-hamand Bloctou for rpUef Meanwhile a lew epoutry pjople gathered at he Wi span o rondor what aid thy bat it wu o Ute to do much Xliie iX people bad gMwi oat aud theoikerfc v had been Vurucd p iu the wreckage When the wliel train from Bknliig ham arrival there was little ufted for the army of physician ttuvtjiad gosie Bluug I ho wtwttded were quickly at Â¬ tended to und thau mil to Blooton for frthw attention The work of taking oat the dead was eutuvd upon Noth ing was brft of the wreckage but the tig retneiiu which bad bunted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ tMkiipihs Ind Deo 2C Ono year ago tho peoplo of this section wcro celo brating tho discovery of coal iu this city Today tjiey mourn tho death of seven men caused by an explosion of gas ignited iu somo manner unknown to those now alivo Fifteen oc sixteen mea sreut down in Princeton Sax Iuancisco Dec 28 Tho final obsequies over tho remains of tho lato Kuto Fiod wero hold in Trinity church yestonlay afternoon Tho largo edflco was crowded to tho doors with tho mast prominent proplo of tho city who assem Â¬ bled to do honor to tho memory of tho dead woman Tlio chancel iu front of whioh the casket rested was n moss of plants and beautiful floral pieces sent by people from nil parts of tho country Governor Build was represented by his staff in fall uniform and a nnmcr of foreign consuls federal oMcials and tho heads of alLtato nnd municipal depart ments wcro vsaat Â¬ Iite lrr 1Ielil Unto tile Itemnln ut tlm I llnaiiclnl Ilillure Cmcioo Dec 28 Saffcring from de Â¬ pression caused by financial reverses Otto WnsniausdorlT a well known bank Â¬ er of this city yesterday fired a bullet into his brain nud died almost instantly Banker Wasmausilorff killed himself in a front hall bedroom at his homo in Cloveland uvenno nt 11 oclock in tho morning His sons William G and Otto Jr who wero in tho prior be neath their fathers bedroom linard tho report of tho revolver and rushed up stairs Running into tho room the horrified sous IHield their father lying on tho bed dying a revolver lying at his Ho had shot himself in tho right sido temple and a tiny stream of blood was flowing down his cheek Everything in tho rcoii was In perfect order Tho deed nnparcutly had been deliberately planned Mr yasmaiiRdorff wns a member of tho private banking Ann of Wosnians dorff Heinnomaun which failed a week ago as a result of tho failure of tho Natioual Bank of Illinois Tho failure of his bank had a crashing ef- Â¬ fect upon Mr Wasniansdorff and also seriously affected his wifo who is ill Tho banker fnr Kflvernl iliva wns rmnhlri to eat or sleep Tho criticism of nn- lortnunte depositors weighed him down nnd ho was in n constant troubled stato of mind Yesterday morning the bank- Â¬ er appeared brighter and less troubled iu mind thvi upon any other day sineo tho fluaucixl crash that rained him After breakfast with his family with whom ho chatted pleasantly he glanced over tho morning rapors Ho then en paged iu a frolic with his littlo grand daughter after which ho retired to his rcoai Fifteen minutes later tho fatal shot was heard bv tho two ma Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE INSURGENT sir kN VWt NO 24 FORCES Or GENERAL RIVIERA Fifty Spanish Soldiers Killed Gen oral Riviera Usos His Dynamlto Gun With Deadly AklN5 POWDER Oleb ated for lis grrnt lcaTcnlne tmngtli and Auures the food aeamst alum miiU filthtutncss Results Absolutely Pure England Urged to Interveno Bo- - all foimi of adulteration ooramon to the cheap brandi X 5VAL BAK1NQ rOBDFK CO NKW DK tween the United States and Spain to Prevent a War Sanguily Gets Eiflht Years Imprisonment Â¬ Tno loiio Star company ot tlio patriot army of wct Cuba consisting of 15 Texas sharpshooters perished to a man after heroitally battling moro than tivo hours apalnst vastly superior Spanish forces in Piunr del Rio province Killing double their number and wounding probably as nauy moro Havana olllcials aro jubilant passengers arriving hero say over tlio news of this ietory Â¬ rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE joi Dr Ray a Blocton phvrHan who at tended Gaiduer ouo of tho injured sur- Â¬ vivors tele ialis tho statement made by Canine a to tho causo of tlio wreck Gardner s v s when ho felt the r w leivo tlio track lie looked out and taw three 5avjgo lookng men rushing from a hiding plnco down toward the waters edge und that after tho wreck they went through tlio wreckage robbing tho dead and v oauded aud then fled to tho They did their work quickly woods and offered no assistance whatever in tho wayof rescuing tho imprisoned und This stcry and injured passengers however has not yet been corroborated but other facts tend to show that it was tho work of trainwreckers An examination of the enpno shows that Eugiui cr Whito had shut oS tho steam and roverscd boforO it wont down indicating thpt ho saw danger ahead as he approached tho bndge t ud His charred tried to stop his tra body was found with his had on the Â¬ ors By Martha McCullock Williams AUTIIOR OF Threads of Fate A Matter of Predestination Peas Blossom Yellow Jim N that tho triin left tho tiwk end bumped along tho with n crash plunged ties and then through the brdge Expert engiiucrs nf that thero is every indleaion lut a niil was n nov l which d u uiled the train and canst d it to pull doii tho bridgo Tho crossties show marks of tho wheels To ndd to tliis is the faqt that tlreo meu tried to wreck a Southe n railway train near Momy Ellen 15 niJei eas of here fivo diys aro by runrvltif a call on a trestw 90 feet high The fast ex- Â¬ press left tho track but tho iiciiier by superhuman efforts managed to t top it beforo it toro down tho trollo 1 his was rcgarccd a a most reraarkiblo escape In this case threo men wero seen running from tho place arda crowbar with which tho spikes had bscn withdrawn was found The soneof both accidonts aro in a wild mountiju ous country Tho survivors nil agroo TWENTY SEVEN DEAD The Culmbii ISrltlge Dlanitcr BODIES throttle The End - oPthe Feud - t living writers of Southern stories McCulloch Williams is probably the most popular She certainly seems to be in close touch with Southern life and to possess a lively appreciation of its picturesque and dramatic qualities together with a vivid imagination and a facility of expression that enables her to paint the most charming pictures of her favorite southland They are true pictures loo notwithstanding the delicate touches of romance and poetic fancy OF Â¬ Â¬ Rob McGregor Copyrighted nd X lteporteil Biuminoham Ala Doo 28 A relief tralu with Superintendent Fnizioi of tho Southern road and eight trained physicians uurees and supplies ha re- Â¬ turned from tho soeuo of tho Blo ton wreck with 27 bodies Thao corpses ardnowat tho several under aklng establishments in this city awaiting Iden- Â¬ tification All of tho bodies however aro charrod boyoud recognition Another serious wreck cwurxod near Cahaba river bridge at 1 oclock yei tor day aftorncon A wrecking train w lich had gtnio to tho relief of tho ill fated passenger train was standing on the lino when it was run into by a oou strnolion train from Birmingham wlUch was on its way with men and timbers to rebuild tlio dostroyed Caliaba river bridgo Jim Estis of Boyles was fataily crashed aud sovenxl workmen inoro or loss hurt Â¬ Ilrt Crratcr Than Illustrated 9F Is especially strong in its dramatic qualities The plot is a powerful one skillfully developed and the dialogue is sprightly It isa splendid story and interesting deeply interesting fronv start to finish Read the opening chapters in this paper Â¬ next week tlio mfiiu ut u UttrCty mora ugto as Â¬ sist Inch n ing up tho debris of nn ox plivlon winch happened u few days be iwie in which no ono was injured Fif Â¬ teen of these meu liavo been found dead or ulivo and one is missing and it may bo that others will ba found who can not be accounted for Tho disaster has cast a gloom over tills city whioh will not pass away fcr many diys Tho true eMunt of the wreckage aud Iocs of life will not bo known until tho mine is cleaned out and this work will occupy many days Attempt to take oat other bodies is now being made Tho explosion occurred Sattu day afternoon at U 30 oclock Six meu dead luivo boon tnkpn out and identified as follows Jqhn Holmes miner married Theodore Fabro b ucksniith marriod John Ernest married James Hell married Carl Pouoyllto single from Belle villo Ills who was hero visaing aud who wont down in tho miuo to help his brother work Robert Uttulc son of the president and neewtary of tho company Tluwe reued wero William Grilt Frank Turhie Thomas Thico colored William Booker Jametf Turner David Nolan Arthur Colfata colored aud James Cros colored The missing man to Retort Poneylito toad blacksmith Th first four men brought P Hr Grill pMak Twbi wrWiUiam awl WilMawi Booker Thomas Tulce They said tlio others wW all dad TUim the rMdaers brooht m tke bo of James Reil Theodore Faber Jehij Jotui Irueet Houtw Q Poueylite Thu bodies were mutilated auuoetM yood reooeuitica George E Wolf and wcro Recording to aTiotoncis wero conducted by Ilov grief and T yORl MPllWU A tho ritual of tho Episcopal chnroli II J Stewart was niusicnl directo aud tho choir sang Abido With Mo und Angils Ever Bright and Fair and as tho ciSkot was borno fnuu tho church Chonus ifuucral murch was After tho church ceremonies tho body was taken to tho crematory at Odd Fel Â¬ lows cinrt ry whero it was inclnor ated Tho ases will be sent to II II Kohisaat of Chicago who will seo that they aro p aoed in Mount Auburn come tery Boston according to the wish ox prehSd by Miss FecL Iatu lltflit Amuiiif M Inert a Deo 28 During WnrEUfl drunken quarrel among a crowd of niiucrs Saturday night at Hluton W Va Joljn Licgg was lustautly killed and his biother Ilicliurd died a fow moments later both tho victims of James Moores roohor shots Mooro was alio shrt iu the head by IMchard Legg whilo tho latter was dylug from Ids own woaud Legg had been shot through tho lungs but summoned strength ouoach to pull his revolver and flro the snot that will probably clid Mooros life also CMHHtrr Kciltleuco llumiil Nkw York Dec 38 The handsome country residence owned by D Marshall and oceued by Duncan EllioH located on thv Westcjtester club groswds was deetroje1 by ftie vesterttay Lose 50 000 JuJian PomJv a guest of Mr UlH ott was rerouy injured while jawp iuy fiuu one of tho windows p 0t plated iKielt mi iv b Mrs Wnmiaus dorif was protrued by iho shoik At the timo of tho falurj tho a3sots of Mr Wasiuansdor Js I ank wero given at iaSOfOO und tho liablitlcs nt M1S 000 hvwiii y ti ur iicvr hud tho slight t theiffalhwiontoni OVICOUQ Wltil sr- GREAT MEETING Ohio Asrlcu tin ill Convention nud Jiutl- tuta to Jla Held nt tolnmbiu Columbus O Deo 28 Secretary Mlllor of tho tato bo ird of agriculture has just unuouueed tlio program for tho FARMERS payed nt ede unarm anuual state agricultural convention and state farmers institute which will be held herd Jan 12 13 and 14 the first days being devoted to tho institute and tho closing day to tho agricultural con Â¬ vention proper The sfcioua aro to bo held iu the sen Â¬ ate chamber In connection with these will bo held the Meetings of tho attend ant orgamsatiotw that aro iu sympathy with tlio work to be discussed The in Btituto will open at 10 oclock ou the morning of the litth With an addrecd by This the president W ILLoaetiby will bo followed duriug the day aud the next with addresses aud dbwuMioun on subjects of interest The opeuiug of the agricultural con vention will be marked with aa addaem DC welcome by Governor Bashnell fol Â¬ lowed bran address by the president of tke state board of agriculture J O Bower Addresses of iutereet on iwb will jtte of iiuportauoe to toe wehiberabe an follow In the evening there will eleotiou of nve members of the state board ef agrieuUare A number of peakeH wuTba present from oatetde of the state The convention U expected to be one of nnnnal impqrtnnoe and of great profit to the members You need Hoods 8apftllla to enrieb and poriijr your blood onaU M appetite and fer nmH fefMatdsgatotp Â¬ Â¬ Mr Wasinnusdorff had been n banker in this city for moro thin a quarter of u centnry und during ml that timo ho was if member of tlio firm which went down iu tlm crush lost Monday Ho was of a rotiring aud nuobtrasivo na Â¬ ture a id win known in tho business contnmiiityai uconscrvutivo aud honest man Ho was about S3 years old Clilrnca IlnnU hlmti lp Chioacjo Deo 23 Tho Atlas Nation- Â¬ al bank has gone into voantnryllnul datiou and will retiro from business Tho action is not corn ids red ns a failure in any set s and iu tho banks business was comparatively a small one it Is not anticipated that any tlniry In tho bank Â¬ ing citoles of Chicago will result Two statement i liuve been uidi pablio ono from the otlieers of tho liauk announce ing that owiug to illlio Iththey wordd and lhiulouo mid io out of business asso Â¬ tho othe from the elwrg hoaso ciation sho a iug that tho other banks of tho ctywill furnish tho Atlas amnio support Depositors will bo paid in full upon pnteututlon of cheek VID Alriuit Wlliuil Out bj Ilrr Porran y N Y Deo 23 The Wlnsor hctil f nr saoohs twoclothlug stores threo reslunruuts ono grocery stow tw o livery stables and two barber hois vo atprKinga largo ixytlon of tlie enelness swiIoh of rttis town wore de Â¬ The damage stroyed by ro yDitewtey partially eov- to tetiumted at 1W0 erett ly insurance al rSSTi Grvnyh or govM 9t Viak at ta ii CailMMM 8B BUfMl Deo Pria atnioiBk i oi lm OvicejiiM tsm has been lulu lu Mexico Dec 28 Clubs havo Key WnsT Fla Dec 28 Reports been organized In many cities which say that an attack ws favor tho recognition of Cuban belligerfrom Havana mado on ono of General Rivieras foot ency hill forts Friday by somo of Woylers UNITED MINE WORKERS forces and that thoy wcro repulsed tho big dynamito gun belonging to General Tito Ohio Stnte Contention to Meet In Co- Itivitjras command hccuring tho victory liiniliiit lltN WViU for tho insurgents It is stated that over Columbus O Dec 2 i Tho Rtato 50 men wero lost on tlie Spanish sldo convention of tho United Mlno Workers and less in the Cuban ranks will bo held in this elty this week All information is refused in Havana Much interest nttueltos itself to tho tlio olllcials stating that no such en Â¬ meeting and tho olllcials aro already gagement took plaeo As this report beginning to come in One of tho most came through the Cuban channels it is imiiortaut matters to be considered will thought to bo trno bo tho adjustment of tho differences be Â¬ Colonel San Martins columns have tween pick and machine mining been burning houses nud destroying This is n matttr that especially nffects Tho operators plantations all through tho section tho Hocking valley south and west of Artemisa as far out huvo been paying one half of tlio pick as they dared venture Tho past week mining rates for macmuo mining ana demand over 300 houses nnd many plantations now it is proposed to make apick min- Â¬ of hnvo been destroyed 400 head of cattlo for three llfths of tho rate no pick min Â¬ ing Thero is practically secured and a number of tobacco fluids ing In tlio Hooking valley proper as and cane patches laid wasto Weylers wires havo beon extended to the smaller oi tiers aro to spare nothing mines and thoy aro now mostly run by A number of paeiflcos it is reported electricity offered resistance to tho taking Of their TELEGRAPH TAPS cattlo saying that their faniilios would stnrve and they wero killed over 25 Cnnditiird Nov t Itrttm lrnm DIITercjlt instances having been recorded Genlnrtit of tltu Olohi eral Itiviera Is taking great pains to At Montgomery W Vn Andy Miller venfyall such cases it is said fo that and Will Combs quarreled und Miller was the en tiro facts can ba reported to tlio hut aud badly wounded American papers At a danco at Klljnh Hoyds at Vance General Rivieras forces aro increasbmg Ky Charles Ilunimsr cut Gcorgo ho lias hud accessions to his Jnuliorn perhaps fatally ing nnd stock of arms and ammunition this George Halm n flrcman fell off a ad week an expedition having landed on der at a flro at KeNouvUlo O and broko tiio southern sido of tho island from He may dlu Honduras or Mexico It is presumed an hU noso and Jaw Al Grcenley who had n stroke of paral- Â¬ namo un American correspondent kuown has succeeded in getting through ysis iu thu Htrtos at Delaware O last Thursday tho Spanish lines and joining Rivieras county waning died Saturday at tho infirmary column Thieves effected nn cntranco Into tho URQEDTO INTERVENE general store of Uradley ENGLAND Johnson at O and secured fUO In cash A London Tiijier WiintiJ Great llrltaln fo ilcntouville and a lot of goods Try lo Adjust tlio tlllmn llHite Tho Knlton Trtiek and Foundry com Loxuov Dec 28 Tho nttitndo of tho piny of MaiiKlleltl O has mado an as Â¬ United Statoi toward Cuba continues to signment to W S Cappcller Assets bo tlio most engrossing subject of dis 16000 llabllltlc i unknown cussion in political circles hero nnd on Tlio country homo ot William Caldwell tlio continent two and one half miles west of Collego Tlio leading London weeklies dovoto Corner O was burned while the fumlly was away for Christmas dinner Tho loss much spaco to tho Cuban situation The Statist thinks there Is very littlo Is tltC0 Tlio 03U lty Morfgngo Trust oomfany prof peet that Spain will soon bo ablo to of Dallas Tex has ria assert her authority iu Cuba and urges of a receiver Liabilitiesod Into tlio hands t2t3S22j aots Great Britain witli or without tho con collec- Â¬ 003 powers to Ji311 It tho II ird times ami pour sent of somo of the European eausu pood olilccs to tho United tions o3er her Mrs Kllzabath Drown wifo of tho lato States nnd Spain K TaoStutist attaches littlo Importnnco ex Governor and ox Senator Joseph hur general continental objection that Drown of Atlanta died Saturday at of a to tho an Illness tho United States right to iuterfero home in thus elty after was 70 years old fclio would bo dangerous to overy European mouth and a half Tho er barns and repair shops of tl o government with possessions lu AmerCleveland liliioaxlllo and EuUrnilec and says ica Unless ono or moro of tho great trie railway at Wllloughby O burned to powers uro prepared to forcibly opioso tlio giMiind Me motors wero destroyed American iutenejition a mere verbal Tho loH s ajoui 5000 and Is covered by Iu Insurant o objection will not carry weigh Alto Heiuon colored ono of the mem caso of war Spain will bo absolutely ruined iu tho end Tho best friend of bers of the gangs ot thloves and outlaws near Spain is ho who tries to induco her to w ho re ltlo on tho Welsh mountains by his ltnctustur la was shot ond klllod como to somo urraugomeut iu time stopbrothor Jerry Green who Is alto a HASNT PROTESTED GERMANY noted criminal F X Messuur banker of Wnlkorton Ollltlul Denial Tlnit u Wanting Ha II tun Out lias nsklgned It IsVlmrged thittliu to Undo Hum biut money dept sited in his bank wos Used by Â¬ Wasiiinotov Dec 28 It can bo de lilin to pay premium tin Ills heavy llfo In nied ofllcially nud authoritatively that Slirimte The liabilities are bulicod to bo any Earopean government either di 130000 iesut I10OJ0 Max Ikoker of Now York 30 years old rectly or indirectly has mado any rep whatever to tho United a waiter shot and killed his wife Satur- Â¬ resentation States to restrain or prevent its frpo ac- Â¬ day aud then committed suicide Ho was Conn In tion lu connection with tho Cuban in- Â¬ released from tho Stamfordand was asylum two weeks ngo surrection A similar roport was do sane ot hU wife who was good looking Joil ous llied by authority several weeks ago Hobort lorry ouo of the eight boys bitdental results from a pub- Â¬ ten by a mad dog lu Ualtlmoro on Deo 1 and tho latent Â¬ lication of a Paris dispatch in the Lon and Mibsciiuuiitly treated at tho Pasteur don Times Institute Now York died Saturday of - Tlio London Times dispatch was de This makes tho third vic- Â¬ hydrophobia only at tlm stato department nied not tim Holwrt Heury and Conrad Kppors diplomatio circles which de- Â¬ having died from tho samo cause out in clared tho htory to bo idlo newspaper Tho grand stand at tho Buffalo driving gossip Mr A voii Ilruening the sec park was destroyed by Are entailing a retary of tho German embassy said loss of f 5 0JJ This is tho fourth flro that relativo to the Btatoment that Germany has occurred at the park during tho past was already to osttouso Spains cause year tlio stables hotel olubhouso and that so fur as tho f embassy hero was other buildings having gone up In smoke ftruriinl nn tniffi nHmnrinn lind been at short Intervals Nothing remains but Ho discredited tho wliolo received tho truck Wo havo not heard a word story Joseph D Weeks of Pittsburg editor of concerning Cuba said ho for three The Amoriusn Manufacturer died at his mouths homo Snturdav night from tho efftots of a stroke ot paralysis Mr Weeks wa ono SANGUILY GETS EIGHT YEARS ot tho bast known metallurgists ot tho Con- NuturalUid Amorlcun Convicted of United States an 1 for yours has held a lilrucy Aifiliut Sunlit high position lu tha manufacturing busi Havana Deo 28 Saturday tho re ness world Only ono Chlrstmas casuntty Is reported united tribunal which judged tho proceedings ugatnst Julio Sanguily u nat Â¬ at Nashville but that one Is tlio burning uralized American citUcn charged to death of Mary Lee colored whoso with conspiracy ngaiust tho Spanish clothes caught lira from an exphxlliig flreorackor goverunieut met for tho flrst timo after clotlioiwuroaud before sho know it hor lu lames and bofore assist an ndjonrument for the Christmas holianco could reach hor sho was burned bo judges decided tliat San days Tlio ybnd recovery guily was guilty of a modiflod ounllflca Alfred Tubbs of Sau Francisco presl Â¬ tion of the crimo of whioh ho was ac dontof tho Tubbs Cordogo company di Â¬ cused and sentenced him to eight years rector of tho Southern Poclilo company Tho sou- - trusteo of tho Iceland Stanford Jr uni Â¬ and ouo day imprisonment tonco will bo published next Ionday versity and tho owuer of oxtenslvu lno- - Jv Julio Sanguily was avrcsted with 80 yards died SatiinhiT of heart falluro Ho Others including lnatiy members of was S3 years old a pioneer ot 10 aud well known families of Havana aud promluont lu fecial aud commercial clr An attempt elos confined lu Morro Castl waa mado to try him bv coartmartia An oxaciitloH was issuod Saturday through the effort oc Cotuml tUrooH ajfnlust ttiniuol Lous Sous of lWliol but O Williams Saugvilya American citi phla for II0UOJ Tho total liabilities will unship wm esUMwhftd and h waa rsMch nearly f 10QC9 Leos Sons wore in given a civil trial the dry good tuisluess having stores atSJ and 4t North Kighth street 3 5 wa7 TM jM4rtvttti Ptrteti Nor h feoond strvot and Klgbik mmL special to Bprlu GmiWo MMttt Thtt uxijjitiii Knw Yotuc LV JH-- -A City or Mexico Cullit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- M uutmd ojt aladaXftnotv fi SJ-L- - - W V - 0 Breckenridge Ti9 D Tim tt v BIMSLOKBlNHIDam MlH N3SLW SnOVimFOSttV KY MUi NEWS k Ti 0 BtUaft Hilton tti PrtprUVn WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30 19W 8tieiftl Iirld Prlo kt lh 1100 a Th In AiruMi Eid of tli Ym 81X SIX PAGES NOTICE W TIME TAKE Yx Edltorhw been exceedingly fotta LH MM WW and likewise happy for the piet nte Baity ut kafdhtiktrf Itill po week Ills blfhcwted brother-in-laOIK ilt from Meado came down with hli family brought with him a fine Pantastr Billy att Hardlatbarf Tilt a to and m uiual At turkey a good old ham apare rlos HARDINSBURG many and souse back boner other good things that get next to a newspaper mans heart Como again Cy MlHer KIM Forty Blrds Watoh Meet- RANDINiURQ liwrih MtalMTtCMirUU Eliaiw I Htmtrlek Te ftlya a Reoepllcn Lewli WoeTolk Ntiptlali Calehlnfls Othcr Neway Pif Your Vitality Every breathyou breatheevery heart heat every motion of your hand takes force The measure of force we call vital Â¬ ity If this Is lacking there Is loss of flesh lack of resistive power a tendency to catch di Â¬ Everybody Likei a Bargain vno uio piacc io get it is oi i Â¬ The essence of life Is force Addison We havo bought our Christmas Gdoils at Dick n T Billy Is reported from Frankfort that Gov Bradley will resign his cilice of Governor and retire to privato life He says the placo is killing him and he cannot afford to stay in it until what little health he has is gone He wants no federal office and would not accept ono If oflered to him Â¬ It ing At The M E Chureh Time Charivari Aa Old nnouncnntnti In llieie tolumns r In adVmce In ertrjr caw Jtcoo Circuit Judge or Attorney Countjr Office 500 TlatM Tor follow Cli The Kardlmburg Editor Send Hla Greet Ing for the New Year Miss Ida May is at homo from Shelby Announcement COUNTV JUDGE VV AIILnia candidate for re election to the of lice of Countjrjudze of Ureckenrldge countjr lublect to the action of the Republican trrnarr election February 1897 CIIICU1T COURT CLHKK nutnoried to nnnrmnce WON JOIIY tIIU4IC IVI HIE UUIV Ul I11UI XUUU llreckenrltlae countv fublect to the decision of the ItepuHican party November Election 1897 rE are III to announce KOItliKT for the office ot Circuit Court Clerk luhjecl tn the action of the Her ublican primary February ath 1897 11TK V WKATIIKItKJIU at a candidate COUNTY COUItT CLERK nre oulhoriitd E are authorised to announce OWEN CUN- NINOIIAMnt a candidate for re election to the oliice of County Court Clerk auhjcct to the uitlonofthe Republican prinary tlccilon Sjliir day Itbj 7 1897 lir COUNTY ATTOUNKY 17 K are authorized to announceJESSK R ESK V RlUOUaa a candidate for County Attorney subject to the action ol the Republican prinurt election hehy 27 18 are authorized to announce R N Mil IKit a candidate for re election to the office of County Attorney ol Ilreckenrldge County aubject to the nction of the Republican primary election Feb 7 S7 WE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to announce ANDREW DRISKHLLai a candidate fi r 1rtlnn in the oRice of School Superintendent of llrcikcnriMge County lubject to the Republican primary election Saturaay fcby 7 1897 are authorized to announce SAMUEL W I T IATK at a candidate for the office of School Suin rintcndent ol II rt cken ridge County subject to the action of the Refmblican primary evuiun Sutur day February 17 1897 TK w COUNTY SURVEYOR nre authorized to announce Chintz Rov as a candidate for office of County Survijor subject to the action of the Republican party Election November a lSJ WE JAILER to the Office of lailer of Ilreckenridse county sub- Â¬ ject tn the nction of the Republican party Elec Â¬ tion November iSy-GUS WErc authorized to announce reelection SIIKLLMAN asucandiJate T D for Attention Democrats The Democratic committee ol Rreckenrldge county is hereby notified to mett in llardlnsburK on Monday Jan i8ihi7 to attend tn important liudness leteierv committeeman be pmeut and all other interested Democrots are lnitcd to town tliat day lor an intenhanKC of Ideas 1 worn Jr WinHoard 11 Chrmn Miuon Jr Secy Populists Take Notice The rnpulitt committee of Ilreckenridge countv is hereby called to meet in llardiinbur on Monday Jan iSlh 1S97 for the purpow of transacting bun ness of inirUnce Let there be u full attendance ofcominiiteeiit n and all other interested Iorullsu J II Llnnin Chrmn ron Tin xkw yemi old things will pass away to give place to something new let us hope and to that something which is to make us better and wiser than wo have been In a day or so the bells will ring out the passing of the old year and again they will herald the coming of the new llut what of it you may ask All things must jiass away That is true but as tho fleeting years roll on what have wo done for oursolves aud each other to make life worth living This thought will occur to us all Is it the hoarding of wealth that has engaged your attention throughout all these years If K11STWI111K Â¬ that be true there have been moment no doubt when you felt miserable in deed Money does not onlarge a man On tho contrary as he grows richer he gtows smaller Tho man who starts out in tho beginning of the year in the pursuit of riches and will not see anything else worthy of his attention should call a halt and consider The possession of a treat fortune It is said is dangerous Tew men in this time accumulate great for turns it Is true but many of them have eucIi a greed for wealth that everything else becomes secondary to the making of n dollar Tho reasonable accumulation of a just sharo of this worlds goods is alwnys in order but it should always be kept within legitimate lines When we think of the shrewd schemes resorted to by many to secure money we some Â¬ times doubt whether mankind has profit- Â¬ ed much by the lessons of wisdom mor- Â¬ ality and honesty wo have had In the past was a great Roman orator who said that no man deserves to be crowned with honor who lives only to eat drink and accumulate money The world is no bet- Â¬ ter for his living in it He never wiped a tear from a sad face never kindled a fire upon a frozen hearth Tiereisiio flesh in his heart he worships no God but gold A good character an honest face and u love for truth will win in this world Tho way to success may seem slow but fair dealing and honest toil will surely bring its rewurd in the end Tho world Is still hunting for men who are not for salo and who are not too lazy to work and too proud to bo poor As the new year approaches let us make sorao new resolutions Resolve to do some thinps that wo have not done heretofore Do something for your fel lows and do away wlthtriftes Young in in as you leaye the parental roof may be for the flist time in this year 18U7 resolve to ba upright and can- Â¬ did with the world and honest before God Â¬ It Ocu readers will doubtless recall Nemos Thanksgiving letter He has received a letter from Frances 12 Wll lard the president of the Worlds W 0 T UJn which she liked your Thanksgiving rrayersomuch that I sent it to Lady Henry Somerset to whom I aw la the habit of sending come of the choice things that come under my eye In leading It was Ihu best thing I had at Tlunkfxlvlng time sasI Vvrrs and calls on candidates come under tho head of pay advertisements and will bo treated as such in these col for sate Charley Scott is visiting his sister in umns Our rate for inserting such matter is 10 cents per line This applies to Louisville all candidates of all parties Courtney P Babbpg wrs here one day last week Tub lynching of Alf Holt at Otvensboro Mies Irene Beard is at homo from last Saturday was a most dastardly crime RusielvlllcKy and a disgrace to any civilized commun- Â¬ Prof Kerrick went to Calhoun Ky ity Mob law is becoming too common to spond tho holidays in Kentucky There aro a number of new red sleds tn town waiting for a snow Political Notes Miss Salllo Rii liardfnn cf Union Star As the boys begin to settle down to vAia visiting here last week business right in the Republican primary N There will be a watch meetlrg at the and move about and stir things up we M E Church tomorrow night see evidences of a warm contest There of McDanlel Mlsa Dorcle MuDanlel are one or two factions in this fight tor the nominations for county olTicep but it Ky was visiting hero last week Miss Maggie Brcdio was here last week doesnt leak out exactly as to who they are in the Republican camp As a the guest of Mrs Owen Cunningham prominent Republican remarked some Mrs Bowmer will entertain her Sun Â¬ timeago if they are not careful the re- Â¬ day School class with a social to night sult of it will be destruction to some Mr and Mrs Estel Sutton of Louis-Â¬ Democratic primaries bad some- Â¬ body ville arrived hero Thursday to spend the thing to do with the disaffection among holidays Democrats in this county as we know Revs Kelly and Breeding will begin a from experience The Democrats were for many years in the lead here with a protracted meeting at tho M E Church good working majority The offices were Thursday night Miss Ada Henderson of Webster was wortli something but a spirit of covet ness among the brethren brought on our here last week visiting her sister Mrs defeat This is the very thing the Re Â¬ Amon Kincheloe publicans should avoid if they want to Mr Richard McGary is at home from hold party unity hut instead they will go St Marys College spending Christmas galloping over the county like a set of with his mother unbridled colt and about the first thing The board of trustees will meet next they know they will stumble on to some Â¬ Tuesday night and wind up their busi- Â¬ thing they will never be able to get over ness for the past year This was the case with the Democrat Mrs John Monarch of Owensboro to their sorrow Now they have learned spending the holi- Â¬ a few things by sad experience and they was here last week days with her relatives are coming up to the trough this year Tom Bowinsr and Graham Eskridgo very gently Rut thoy are going to be on hand dont you forget it They have were hero from Louisville to spend the not atogether lost their identity even if holidays with their relatives they have been under the ban for a while Dr J A Breeding of Glasgow Ky They are going to reorganize and pre- Â¬ was here one day last week vitlting his pare for a battle royal the coming brother the Rev S K Breeding November They will start about the Miss Lizzie Miller is at home from third Monday in January and the very school at Russilvillo to spend tho holi- Â¬ least thing that conies up which tends to days She wilt return next Monday disorganize will be squelched The Christmas tree at the Court House Thursday night drew a large crowd Mr Tho latest thing I get out of the polit- Â¬ Clanny Dellaven played Santa Claus in ical mail is a tip that Gen A J Gross is great shape a prospective candidate for the State Sen- Â¬ A number of our bird hunters went ate In tho hands of his friends as it down below Kirk Monday for a several were The General was here one day last wok looking after eome business in days bunt They will camp out and the courts and I suppose he let it drop have a big time Cy Miller went out hunting one day out that he would not object to being re- Â¬ last week and killed forty birds out of turned forty six shota This is tho best record And tho fight for the post office here of the season here goes merrily on There is now or will Remembar that Mr T O Lewis has be in a few days a new Richmond in the moved back to James Kincheloes jewel- Â¬ Held who I am informed intends to ry store where he can be found at all make things uncomfortably warm for the times to do repairing boys from start to finish His name has Rev and Mrs S K Breeding desire to not been revealed yet but a leading Re- Â¬ return thanks to friends bore who re- Â¬ publican said to me yesterday that it membered them so substantially at the would be in a few days pound party on Christmas Eve Stop at the new hotel the Barnes We understand Jesse Whitworth has The about declined the idea of making the bouse D F Barnep proprietor house has been repaired and refurnished race for Circuit Clerk Mr R 8 Skill man will doubtless have a clear field for and Mr Barnes has come to stay The merchants all report a good trade the nomination during the holidays B F Beard A Cos Mr Asa M Hardin of Ixwliburg was ad in the Newssjored them a fine run here last Monday When approached upon and they report larger sales than usual the Hubject of becoming a candidate Mr during the holidays Hardin said his business interests were An old time charivari took placo out such that he couldnt become a candi- Â¬ at Harned station one night last week date He didnt say he would refuse a A young married couple stoppe1 there nomination for a good office if his party over night with Rv Duggins and about saw proper to bestow it There is a one oclock the charivari crowd appeared strong disposition to run him for County They had all sorts of things with which Judge to make an unearthly noise and kept a up their racket for about four hours A reader of the News suggests the fol- Â¬ The young couple were very well known lowing as a running ticket for the Dem- Â¬ there and took the serenade very good ocrat For Representatives W T Can- humoredly People heard the racket non for Circuit Court Clerk R S Skill for some distance away man j for County Judge E W Jones Tlfe Christmas entertainment at the for County Clerk Thos A McGIIl for M E Church South was a big success Sheriff J Scott Cart R W Owen Chas The housj was filled with people and B Miller and Smith Wagoner for Coun- Â¬ the program as carried out by the little ty Attorney Gus Brown for Assessor folks was highly apprlclated It would Frauk Speak and Clarence Harned Lon be out of place here to undertake to Glasscock and Gordon McGavock Jail- Â¬ mako favorable mention of any particu- Â¬ er Joo Fitch Surveyor F A Beavin lar one engaged in the exercise for the Coroner Win Embry reason that all acquitted themselves with Let us hear from the correspondents great credit Those having fho enter- Â¬ from the different precincts as to the tainment in hand worked hard to make strength and pulling qualities of this It a success and from the favorable com- Â¬ team Remember the old maxim In ment passed upou It by outsiders they union there is strength This is no time certainly succeeded for swapping knives nor sittllng small Tho Hardlnsburg edftor sends his differences Rsspectfully greeting to friends in general and to no A Reader of tiik News one in particular and begs leave to re- Â¬ mark that if they didnt bavo a jolly Pig Terrell Winner time during the week just cloecd it was Tho chickens belonging to Fig Ter- Â¬ more than likely their own mistake rell of Oivertsboro says the Chicken Christmas comes but once a year as you Fiphtlng Editor of the Louisville Tost have probably observed and its every- Â¬ won five of the six cocking mains ut bodys business to make it lively while Irvingtou on tho Texas Saturday itlajts Old Santa Claus visited all the and four of the eight mains at Cannel houses in Hardlnsburg and from tho ton Ind The fights were lively ones happy smiling faces of the children they and some ot the flghtlnglst birds in certainly wouldnt care if he would stay this and adjoining States were entered all the year Terrell lost three big in the goes stakes at Irvlnton it is claimed but The case of the Commonwealth vs more than broke even on his winnings Jessie K Board charged with arson At Cannelton he made some money al- Â¬ burning the store house of H P Craw though it was claimed that none ot the ley Hardin Springe Hardin county has stakes amounted to more than 10 by change of venue been trantfurred from the Hardin to the Grayson elrcnlt Hew to Quiet a RepubUeaa court aud set to the 3rd day of the Jan When a Republican grows noisy in his nary term for trial Grayson Gczitte tilk about trusts he can he quieted by the suggestion that all articles hhibu MUrn factnred by trusts be put oe the free liet MM Eyenlng Foet vWfffM Â¬ vllle Tom and Vic Bowmer spent Xmas at home Mr Patilck Titff is offering his farm V Â¬ 2Csr TORXA The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ ed disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing the foundation ot the disease and giving the patient strength by building well up Die constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have Will and Ddo ate X mas dinner at home Miss Irina Gordon was also a so much faith in its curative powers guest of Miss Maydee Pueey who re- Â¬ that they offer One Hundred Dollars for turned with her to New Albany for a any case that It fails to euro Send for liBts of testimonials few days Address CHENEY fi Co Toledo O Will Shellman nte Christmas dinner JSTSold by Druggists 75c with us and his uncle George Frymlre1 Will Is a great big fellow and we were Mob at Owensboro all glad to see our used to bs little Alf Holt who was on trial at Otvens- Â¬ neighbor boro for tbe murder of Policeman White Bro Phillip Jenkins preached Satur- Â¬ was taken from jail about 2 oclock last day and Sunday at the Baptist church Saturday morning and hung to a trco in We were sorry tho services in the tho Court house yard churches conflicted but both had good The mob was a very quiet and orderly congregations affair Not more than a dozan persons Mrs Mary Radley nee Mary Fair were engaged in it Thoy went to the lelgh is here on a visit to her parents jail about 2 oclock in the morning Mary stavi a off wrinkles aud Times foot- Â¬ secured an entrance to the jail by say- Â¬ prints and looks as youthful as she did ing they were officers and had prisoners long years ago they were in a hurry to get rid off The Mr and Mrs Chas Falrloigb of Pa jailer opened the door and they rushed ducah spent X mas with their parents in with pistols in hand threatening to and left Monday for borne Charlie kill tho jailer if he refused to give up Fairlelgh is a prosperous business man the keys The jailer delivered the keys and has a most lovely wife whom wo all when them ib proceeded to the cell of Holt placed a rope around his neck and love pulled him out Holt begged piteously Mrs W II Gougb will give a cotillion Â¬ to night Tuesday at herspacious home for mercy but the mob paid no attention to his appeals Ho was taken to a Bodenstadt will furnish the music and all of us who have enjoyed n mazy tree in the Court house yard where he dance in Mrs Goughs pretty dining was swung up and in ten minutes he was dead The mob then quietly dis- Â¬ icnm with waxen polished floor and to the strains of that entrancing band know persed and left the negro hanging to the limb The lynching took the whole just what is in store for us to night city by surprise and there was great exMrs John Frakes went to Bewleyville citement and more indignation oyer the to attend tho marriage of her brother affair Mr Chas Drury to Miss Lewis The groom has a large circle of friends here Resolution of Reaped by Cloverport Lodge No 133 F and A M who extend hearty congratulations and Adopted are glad to know lie has chosen an at Deo25 1896 tractive lovely helmet to jiurney through life by his side Where A8 An all wise powerful Creator has seen fit to call our beloved The marriage to day of George Wool folk to Misi Bertha Lewis will be a bril- Â¬ brother Jrry V Murphy from his liant function and will be attended by a earthly labors December 24lh 1801 Brother Murphy was born in Ohio number of representative people from a county Ky Jan 22ad 1818 removed distance White and green colors will prevail American Beauty and Brides to Breckenridge county Ky and was roses will bo carried by the bride and made a Master Mason in- Cloverport bridesmaids On Thurcday amid a show- Â¬ Lodge No 133 on November 26th 1853 er of rice and old shoes the happy couple with which lodge he was in continual communication until Dec lltli 1800 at will bid farewell tor East St Louis which time he was made on Honorary The regular quarterly services of the member And M E church were held last Saturday Whebkas Wo deem so sad an event and Sunday with the Presiding Elder as his death a fitting occasion for us to Rjv R B Overton in attendance Bro express our appreciation of his life and Overton preached fjur sermons and we character be it who have known him and watched his Jlaolml Tl at we humbly bow with ministerial career f r many years were to the work end will of our not surprised to hear the very best of submission Grand Master excellent gospel sermons full of loglo Ihtolved That in the death of brother and eloquence delivered with a Christ Â¬ Murphy his family has lost a faithful like spirit Bro Overton received the greater nartof afiae education here and husband and indulgent father Masonry an ardent advocate and the community hence Is no stranger to the older mem a highly respected cltlzm bers but not many familiar facen greeted limited That we tender the tyereaved lira whom ho knew in the long ago family of our Brother our heartfelt love and sympathy and commend them for -- AJ Death of Mr Heater WoetfWk Wimp Â¬ Bbandkndubo Dec 20 Last Monday solace to a power higher haH any earth ly one morning atJudge J T WoolfolkV on be Jlttolrtd That the ledge Doe Run Meade Springs Mrs Heater Woolfolk Wimp after a long lingering draped and the members wear the uual badjgeotmcmrnlBgfsapriedef thirty illneaa passed to a mansion where no pain nojsorrow no teais no death can day That a eepy of Jhrte resolu Â¬ Rtxflvtd ere enter Ifeeter was a young b antl tions be spread upo tbe minutes of title ful wife ot only three year a devoted husband loving parents Ah I te wait lodge A eofy sent ta tbe family of for death I as Hester has done To see tteeeased brother and that a ejy alee ones 4dol with the sgBgture ot the be sent to the JSfeekenrldfe New tor Dtroyer atawped upon her brow and publleaUoij J FattRY f know thai alt wm doomed beyosd X Mooswak St Qom hope To wajcli bar while tbVfaikil t J R tyciiuuy I Tim McAullffd was hero for a few dajs last week Rb Malln is at horns from Owensboro for the holidays GineGuedry was tho guest of Mlsi Lida Haynes X mas Mies Kitty Wimp Dig Spring is visit- Â¬ ing her grand parents Miss Beulabs social Monday night was a pleat ant affair Miss Bettie Clarkson is here to attend the Woolfolk Lewis wedding Miss Sue Carter of Lebanon s visiting her sister Mrs D 0 Puoey Epvrorth League held a literary and musical meeting last Friday night Fete Fontaine will leave for Kunsis this week after a visit to his mother This letter is rushed many items may have ecaped mo duties have pressed MissBeulah Fontaine will entertain to night Monday for her young friends Thanks Mr Editor for that nice X mas and New Years letter Is wife joilous Bert Moorman came up from Shaw nectown 111- - to rpond the holidays with his wife Mies Aniiie Nevltt and brother Lon spent a day or two with their mother at Woodland Mr and Mrs Ed Yeakel are established in their elegant new homo at home to their numerous friends The candy pulling at Mrs Grlnells was at an early hour when tho crowd repaired to Mrs Coughs 0 M Nevltt is at home for the holi Â¬ day vacation looking well and is delight Â¬ ed with Etlcndale College and his pupils Will Casperke as usual came home for turkoy and plum pudding Mrs Cbas Casperke sure does know how to serve them We will cal turkey to day Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Tom Teare that means a good dinner and big time at a pretty hospitable country home Mies Eleanor B Hendrlck bibs ted by Miss Virginia Rhodes will givo a Land some reception to night Monday at her beautiful country home Kings Rest Miss Hallie Don dy after a long visit to Texas and Kansas has returned to her sisterV Mrs Abram Ditto We are glad to havo Hallie back She is looking Â¬ ADDISON KT Manufactures sease easily especially a tend- Â¬ ency to Consumption For low vitality nothing Is better than It supplies Scotts Emulsion force by furnishing the nourishÂ¬ ing itrenghcnlnr elements of food In an easily digested form enriches the blood and builds up the system When ordinary food is of no avail Scotts Emulsion will supply the body with all the vital elements of life Two ilxts 50 els and BANKRUPT SALE 100 All druggist If you will aik tot It we will ttni you a book telling you all about Scotts EmukJofl Free SCOTT BOWNfi Kew York m Dolls I 3oc 25c 30c And by so doing we nre enabled to sell them AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS PRICES all fresh clean goods Every article a special Vnluc at ono half tlie regular cost DOLLS toe dolls for 5c ioc J 40c see the form once beauties own displVe I Can there is there misery sadder than 15c Chiah Tea Scjs toe 25c 30c 45c 15c 20c 25c - 40c this for a tender husband and loving 50c family to endure But tho veil has been 75c there for many days between time and eternity and language could not paint the sheen of multitudes perhaps nor the voices that called and answered as that pure spirit neared tho portal full of faith love and peace ineffable Two short years ago this month her sister Jennie gave up her precious christian life and now orice more once more each beholds theothers face and clasp hands once more forever mdro The remains were interred at Buck Grove the family burying1 ground We extend profound sympathy and binceio condo- Â¬ lence to tbe stricken family and desolate husband Pure Stick Candy 5c pound French Mixed Catuly 3 pounds 25c Finest Gjfcitm Mixed 2 pounds 25c MixcjdJNuts best 2 pounds 25c Clfpjtigalifornja lrgs 10c pound FircGrHcRers z pucks 5c j AVui numerous other articles eVerfiinc n bargain which we cm notgivc prices for lack of space But surely we can suit everybody witli a Christmas present we invite your inspec- Â¬ tion of our SILVER WARE DINNER SETS TEA SETS MANICURE SETS - 9100 Howard 100 Odd Fancy Chinapieces for Desk and Toilet Tables Dresden and Bronze Lamps Hand- Â¬ some Rockers Mufflers Silk and Satin Sus- Â¬ penders Toys of all descriptions for Boys and Girls We want your Butter Eggs and Dressed Hogs and remember we always pay highest market price for COUNTRY 1 i - A J M 1 - PRODUCE SPRGIAIa texrms -Hardinsburg Normal Institute OF THE FJ First Term Ten weeks opens January 35 clogcsApril 23 Seconel Term Ten weeks opcngApril 25 closes June 11 All higher brandies for All present grades Also A Special Course noit which there may be a tlemand Teaches including any higher work TUITION per month 125 to 250 K HARMON For particulars address M E AV1TT -- cotjtrse3 will be sustninetl 1897 Hardinsburg Ky UNION STAR Mrs R G Moketta Is Able To Be Out Mrs Nettle Basham Died of Consump- Â¬ tion A Number of Visitors The Governments Banking Business A great Chicago national bank failed yesterday owing its depositors oVer 12 000000 A Federal official the Comp Jas Milner is spending the holidays at homo Miss Mlluercontinuesher visit to Mrs T J Minary Louisville Â¬ - Charlie Coshmau is up from Stephens port spending the holidays M S Jolly is visiting his fn other Mrs Baker of New Albany Ind this wok Mr A B Cashman and Dr Win L Milner carried off the horns in huutfng Saturday Mrs Sarah Bruuer and niece Miss Severs left Friday Tor Louisville to visit relatives Jos Hall and sons Jes Horace and Lonnie aro visiting friends in Meade county this week Miss llchardson and sister Mary De are the guests of their sister Mrs Percy Beard Hardlnsburg Mr and Mrs Frank Jolly of near liar dinaburg are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Jabez Haynes D S Itlchardson was In Hardlnsburg Monday and Tueslay to see Mr B F Beard who has been ill for soiub time The friends of Mrs It G Klckeltuwlll be pleased to know that she is improved in health enough to be able to enjoy Christmas dinner with her daughter Mrs D 8 Itlchardson John E Kincheloe will completo his school at this place in about three weeks and will enter the Kentucky School of Medicine in Louisville immediately Johnnie hai taught a successful and satisfactory scboo and we regret his le Knarture lsirsMettie Basham daughter Of Ell jah and Mary Brown and wlfeorEIIard Bwbaai died of consumption near this plee Wednesday Dec 23d 1600 Mm Basbam was in her twenty fourth year Sire leaves a husband to mourn her un Â¬ timely death Poor wife tK i d ad It If the debt which all Ye with all the forrov I never knew grief till roorUli mut py I hare fejt In my life to day trollorof the Currency has appointed a receiver to take charge of the assets of the bank and distribute them in duo time among its creditors Seyeral times during the past year and once within the last thirty dayp the same Federal tfljcial has by bis dpputltp ex Â¬ amined thd aflulrd of this same bank and Virtually certified that its condition was sound It is no fault of his that tbe batik has since become insolvent but in Â¬ solvent It Is nevertheless What hasdiappened in the case of this particular bank may happen any day with a dczsn others ofthe remaining 3078 institutions oyer which the Federal Government exercises a paternal super vision and for whose solvency it period Â¬ ically vouches Is it not time for the Federal Govern Â¬ ment to give up this sort of basking bus Â¬ iness and turn It over to the individual States Now York Sun The Wool Growers v h -- i The Wool Growers Association de Â¬ mand a tax of 12 cents per pound on lothing wool 24 cents on washed and 33centson scoured wools AVhen these wous reach the patient and patriotic taxpayer in the form of clothing under- Â¬ wear and blankets he will probably be so hot over the great increase In price that the summers cotton clothing and sheets will bo ompla protoStlon from the wintry blasts and thus again will the great Idea of protection bo vindicated Evening Tost pi ind I am aluor roi er aw Andrew Jtakion a protaluiut bualnM mu Akrou km MJgui4 Tn rq Ue rJwf rctjltRtjd tbe n 4guweut of Krudbeek Mak wanufaotur- Jaektoa Whe e grace to frcakf fe given muI ih itprMMtouMK of a receiver few So loMtf have we jowed ogtW w eawh V IM Arm of Jmduoti Lyman lumber Hji In heaven HftceN u daaian Andrew Jackson feting heavily late rated In both eouoernir Tne llablU la tlcn of lr JaokMut tucludtug thertUof Judge Grant Orttgory was repott aekaon4rBriidbk are pUol at Ml mWan eodiHoaa we wjitt topcr UJ witn uuli yrcbiWy axcWta tM UatmiflU ktaeuBt At the suit went down death the hilt tops rn r hand At the ihadowi ttole in So the lfht ofber W and Mine went ut And left me aoiie wlefc wy ead Mm Aou u Lord w eke klugdqm abore or yea Miami llii anil F M Fniuk a clothing merchant wtu ktlloj ami Alonzo John ton colored wiu gurloualy Injured by tbe explosion if n noJu water apparatui The loss of poporty ettiimtod ut TSOOO With Vsta than f0iO Insurance w the build Â¬ ings wo q nil cheap wooden affairs tad tbe Intutnuce compiinlw refused to pro tect tljem fjoma vO ooneorni woro cleaned out A roe elver has been appolntpd for firm of Norton Company whlcttopr- a tei tho Lookport flouring mills one of tho oldest concerns tn tho vlelnity of Chi Â¬ cago The failure U regarded as a Urge ono thoaeU reaching nearly half a miU lieu dollar- while tho liabilities ifre Mild to be CQiUerably Iojs Ttw failure t tilbBteU to heavy apeoulatleiu by onj of tbo partus ht tltu board of ttmrtt mum Txo Telegraphic Tips blWka fit buliirings wore burned at te 4 - ae a www j MfciMWhi R W Jo JEfJaNLJ jtk BRIJDQR MB V Mill NRWft OIvOVRRPOST KY THE Tlw Ffrnt ir L tjf 3 JZ BM olW DUKE1 frevaleBt wltli wave WXDKVSDAY DEOttMBSX M m trcr fileu palfrirLTHHiSB who lit iWikrM flrfrrncihrr IVoinetheurf or whojHfce rtoto Jhe idea -- ttw Mrtyffpn M kWjfr pttafiotfjl Neither did the riiwhp ade be Bret wheel in every mam one of the inoit revo lutioaanr Hf AijiM b tlio factory of ffiau TJm wuae thiug tncy bo Baid of tlio Invention of soap tandUs pun pow Â¬ der uiubreig ami tbe tujHieers com paw or down to our own day of thesiAm cgine and the electric tolo- grapn Paten k are mostly eouWued with small mecimnical details aiTdincrbvosaenls It may bo intjieappliidi of team and crecJtricityinlty tatans of them patents enormous croflta have been secured lo second rate inventors but tho great jdeas and discoveries which un derljojheiodetalls bave been ciytfu o ihe world gratis There js aaqneral notion thnt-if ryou uatpres- - THP rmtwtt PARISIAN VhM MIDyAV Vay lor tiM irrent lTreueh exhibition of ffifii We tacitly gv his approval also o fjf t agreed Tyill be the mot It is MfagfeMy immoral show even nrape Jim ever tolerated Of coarse Um fcrposttiou proper will be great and gtmvi fo attempt wllj be mado to rival the Chicago Worlds fair in m aitanoa of boildiiifrs or BMieral fdiui Paris baa not room enough Bat wtthlp Ifoe bailcHufta the wonder of the vjord Will probably be wore effectively ehown imin iiiey were ac unioago xnereucn will nave the advantage of seven years of progress and thoy learned many things from our big show The most extraordinary plans are already under VIH fcarpftM Etui CM r ItarriHC Mt4 Abandon wtfi Wbeii itn CMf In id tlio oonieMteM I Jfyp otk bWcoilKi lilitoryoffhH The cold mh prog torn yow wlH mid that none of Tuesday tbtgret ojoph maki lnvttiowaJias struck our vicinity gwrlr tlt joe - -- Oat it is in deviltry and reyel that Paris will surpass herself and tbowholo World in 1000 Chicagos Midway plat wwjoe watfchilds play to what the imi- dlduoiprpJeJtJnienJousbmfaM Bon Ids lar features of tho great French- - exhi- Â¬ pateBtsJavwtQrswQula xawKtlA invent Farmers are being blessed with penty bition will be Tho ingenuity and orig Â¬ nd materia progrws wondcoiieto a inality of Paris seem to hayo been standstill But history oeanot boar this suitable weather this s ason fur imiidllng Jargely directod devising f jfctjeehemes which will toward violoosnoes out fn the least iienwiib great Jao their tobacco mask chanical glftadoiiqt excrcientbcui6olo Misses Bertha and Pearlie Bowlds with beauty which will gather human ly wiih a view o conimrpfalprot any spent Monday night withMisi s Prankle freaks from nil tho highways npd tho more ihan astronomers searHi tho Leiiv and Sudi Newbery regis byways of tho wholo world Of the ens orjno w jv5rI3wf tljaiibrg Wheat is looking bad since the froi z LW freaks Htllo noed bo said Thov will bo tering patenjts and floating cpmpriniea tion- - some is killed but thero has been no the snme old frqaks Tho Eskimo vil- - on tlOJutsoitlrldi8cqyeriGg Iajge will probably be there and Norlh donTrutb qetious damage done it yet AHuricnii Indians will shake their tppi- Keys Bowldf Ritchey Whitlow piitiBr uhhwks in ho faces of tho French pro- Veiy narrow plaiting is n favorito jund Mr Nat Bruner of Lead Creek viueials Those features will bo what A coBtmrjhpf gray dlcol with Mr Nate Starksand wife dress trimjjuflg twy have ovpr been and dont count i earners piajnprjn Tuerday But thattho Jfrenoh government I J 9Q to should leu its cff M1-- ij fi8 Walgt BDd sleeVM DeriUty Sherifl Fuqua was in our neigh I Mlnr0 lad out by tho are au oe enthusiast io yqung Avomjxh jtjvrhcod Tutsday collecting taxes and f is uinuzlijft Ono of theso men nnnipl attended services while here Clobert is preparing to run riot when piulwdQnVTdiflesof iridescent taffeta Mrs Dora Bowlds and three of her show opens Bo will pperato a big tho building known as tlo Pnlnco of tho kIn addition I9 thoplaitiug those ruffles children Clobus Zula and Ore spent f Arabian Kihts Half n dozen exhibi- Â¬ are planted hen dravvn tut a lljttlo to ft tions will be itoperation la it and ho make aus which aro laid so as to form 8undayO night with Mrs Aggie Roberts Â¬ Sapp and wife of Patesvllle at Mr is clever tnongll to sto to4t that wlillp bandd of trimming frbm shoulders to wajpt Jluo fii jQutlirfiSjfqr ypkps and to tended services here Thursday and n majority ct tbvui will bo of a decided Â¬ supply tho place of h6 almost collapsed were guests of their son R Sapp and ly qilostionuDiot Intruder tomoot thorn lcoves QDo ffroM7hainuoptllucd yoke wife will be tiiarwji of bMuty and artjajio V1 o Sp7 1199 pinkqd and plaited finish Nmv Vcrk Juurnnl Finley Burnett is the happiest man rn filing From Jho seams whero ihe c t sleeves are sewed in aroslmilar rnfiies this Bide of the Mason and Dixon line NO ALIEN HE OR GHE of varying vldtls7 the lower ono beiug its a free silver boy baby born Dec 20 about 14 juches wido and the upper one 1890 Tim 3Irlborouu Coiul if Over It In StiIJ not over blncliea wide iJew Xork 1or a lurpojc Protracted services hayo been going on It is nniloanced on gooJ authority LcdKor at this place for better than a week car- Â¬ Co of FraqkHn that tboDulO and DjcIicsj of ilurlbor Frank Q Kip ried on by tbe pastor Rov Ritchey as Â¬ ougJi intend visiting America sbortlyn tKy says n y Jat VrfyWe thatsisted part of the time by Rev Bowids order that tho expected heir to a gqpd has taken the leadthrough - section share of the Vundcrbilt millions may bo They write that it gives uni versal satis- Â¬ Rev Whitlow of Patesville was with the meeting in tho beginning but has born in tho United States order- Â¬ returned home The young duchess is known to have faction and verify this report by ing more a great lovp for tho land of her birth and it js hor deslro that her children babies and children SHOT TTT THE BACK Just as good shall be born on American soil An Attorney Shot Down ljr an Opponent absolutely harmless We mean Dr Bells Thero are other reasons howevor why of course In m Lw Suit it is dofllrabto that the child should bo PERUYSvrLLK 0N6v 80 Horace L Does Farmlrg Pay of Atuerionu birth Thezeoent agitation Btearns ayrpaljhyandaged citizen of In regard to the alien ownership of land The Glasgow Times says Mr Edgar it is said has caused the duchess a great this place was shot and instantly killed King of Glasgow Junction Cave City Sunday morning by Elian Keyster Jho deal of concern Much of the Vanderbllt murder grow out of a law suit in which country appears to haveeolveil thp ques- Â¬ Wealth is iu laud Jn tho western coun try whero tho question of alicnowner Eoyster was defeated nd in which tion Does Farming Pay in a manner ship is paramount Tcvan interest inii Stqarns acted as attorney for the suc most satisfactory to himself Mr King groat poitlou of theso vast estates tho cessful party Keyster had threatened last year laid eleven hundred dollars child will in time succeed Tho duchess tpjkill Stearns away in tho bank clearing that sum over Sunday morning the latter was alk fools that tho obild by being born in Jnggast Koysters h6uso 11611688 farm and family exporsds How many America can hardly bo called an aliou shot in tho pack ailing dead In tHe farmers In Barren couity can show alike although it bo a member of tho British sreet Keyster was aixcstecl and de record Mr King owns an average farm peerage clared that ho had not felt happier in 10 Tho young duke is said to have con- Â¬ years Tho murderer has abau rcputa in the section in which be lives of about sented to tho proposed trip reluctantly t on and so intenso was tho feeling 200 acres When asked how he account as he wished that tho heir to the ducal against lim that it was deemed rteces ed for his remarkable luck be r piled lary to removo him to the Ashland jail that it wasnt luck at all that he didnt coronet might bo born upon the ancesto prevent violence tral estate of tho Alailborough family work much himself and ran but one but after n consultation with his solichand through the whole year but that Bnctlens Arnica Salve itors ho is said to havo consented to tho The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts he kept his eyes wido open pushed child having Amorican birth This view everything along at a brisk gait all tbo was agreed to and may forestall future Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ legislation in America iu regard to tho ver Sores Tetter Chapped HandsChil time watching all the corners made alien ownership of land in so far as tho blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions everything on the farm from his chick- Â¬ childs interest in the Vanderbllt estate and positively cures Piles or no pay re ens to his cattle pay him a profit His may be involved New York Journal quirojgIt is guaranteed to give perfect poultry netted himofabout 200 Ia3t year cattle brought him satisfaction or money refunded Price and a good bunch TO GLORIFY BERNHARDT 25 cents per box Fob Sale by A B a snug price He kept his larm in good order stopped every leak as soon as he French SIunof Letter Will Crown Her Fisher found it hustled all tho time and tbe Queen of tlio Dram result was that he camo out 1100 ahead NO CHANCES A committee has been formed in TAKING at the end of twelve months and livrd Paris including Vlcomto Henri do Bor The Old Clentletnan Had Ueen Tbero Be Â¬ like a fighting cock at home In the mean Â¬ nicr Francois Ooppee Ludvoio Halevy fore and Was Foxy Jules Lcmaitre Victoricn Sardou M time There ore a great many points in The old gentleman had been rather this plain and simple siatoment of facta Sully Prndhonimo nnd a host of other distinguished Frenchmen of letters to gruff when tho young man entered and many farmers in Barren county could arrango for n solemn fostival to glorify his manner had not been particularly j study to advantage inviting wbilo tho young man was shift Mine Sarah Bernhardt lug from one foot to another and pre Â¬ M Sardou presided at the inaugural Why sutler vJth Coughs Colds and meeting of tho committee at which a paring to state his business He simply LaGrlppe when Laxativjc Bbomo Qoimine in an inquiring tone Well plan vied approved for a Innoheon by said will cure you in one day Dos not pro-Â¬ Mine Borubardta admirers followed when tho young maa announced that had come to boo him on a matter of duce the ringing in the head like Sul- Â¬ by a special performance at tho Theatre he vast importance but there was a great phate of Quinine Put up In tablets con- Â¬ d la Pcuaissanco in which Mmo Bernhardt will appear in three of her shango when the young man said venient for taking Guaranteed to euro Your daughter r Price 25 Cents principal roles Mine Ooppee Heridla or money refunded My whnt Interrupted tho old gen For sale by A R Fisher Catulle Mendoa and Andre Thouriot tleman with Budden animation will then recite complimentary verses Your daughter repeated tqe young WK IIARNES and M Thouriot will thou crown her AH KiNCHELOE Man and then ho added as a horrible queen of the Frenoh drama KINCHEL0E BARNES ne s suspicion crossed ua puna yours isnt hor A Novel Defence LAW Of course shes ualne retorted the ATTORNEYS Something entirely liew in the way of She hasnt fallen off defense whs spruug iu New York the old gentleman KY HARDINSBURO other day in behalf ef Robert Clayton her bioyole and hurt herself has she Irtp Collection and eaforcement of llcn Oh no She Ilealop by his counsel Hugh O Pente pckl attention And she hasnt run over any chil ooet in the court of special sessioas dren or eloped with the ooashman or Tho defendant was aueused by W O J or Van Antwerp superintendent of aain Nothing of that sort at all an SBrasee company with having nsed wered tbe young man becoming a tri 18 M collected on a policy The plea te wore eotirageoBS You see she seat was tiHt be wm troubled with clergy ue here to aslc yoa neas mind JSbe sent youl He wan formerly a clergyman in Eng Yes she well of course it was land and hre aud his ooawiel having plea of guilty firgad Uiat his my suggestion first bat she said to ask Wttrda lite and training bad made bias abnor- Â¬ you ii The old gentleman seemed to bo fully mally deficient in knowledge of worldly Hvg tP hetuatio4iJfjp Hejjtopped latters Jastice Hindsdale said he tba yaung jaaahrj aaaLujyid then ibWl if anyUiing in a olergyaaas uaoor iuiutf1 pradisobsetl hina to the apprec JKJMwr BF iation of oyr folks property bat i Â¬ Mr Keith Pay ton of Patcsvllte attend ed services here Sunday Mrs Kalial Is slowly improving alter an illneea of eevorat weoe Miss Delia Duke whs gn et of Mips ltoea Burn tt Wednesday Mr Henry Bay of Cloverport attend- Â¬ ed services here Monday night Mr Lud Bowldsspeut 8alndy night With If s mother Mrs Born Boxlds Mrs Bora Bowlds vm the gmst ol Mrs Sarah Burnett Thursday night Mr Lowta Hardin of near IMIvllle dined with Itev D L Bowlds Thursday The Inclement wealhor at tho begin Â¬ ning of the meeting caused small congre- Â¬ gations Mist Ella PuMlam BpentPftturday night guest of Misses Bertha and IVarlie Cant Eat Hoods Sarsaparilla mtf PELEVILLE Is the beatIn fact tbo One True Blood Purifier are the best atter dluner 11 pllU aid dlgoatlon 200 HOOd 3 SUN Breckinridge ef A mark an Newspa Â¬ A DANA NORMAL College Diplo- Â¬ This Is the complaint of thousands at this eason They have no appetite food The American Constitution the doesnotrcllsh Theyneedthetonlngupot the stomach and digestive organs which American Idea the American Spirit a course of Hoods Sarsaparllla will give These first last and all the time them It also purifies and enriches the blood cures that distress after eating and forever Internal miery only a dyspeptto can Dally by mall -6 a year know creates an appetite overcomes that Daily ami Sunday by mall 0 a year tired feeling and builds up and sustains the whole physical system It so prompt Â¬ ly and efficiently relieves dyspcptlo symp- Â¬ toms and cures nervous headaches that It seems to have almost m magic touch pers CHARLES Second Term Opens Nov 10 1896 mas granted in nil courses Editor Fotn CotmsKS Pedagogy Business Scientific Classical The Sunday Sun Address THE SUN New York is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world Prlco 5c a copy By mall 2 a year Ss used in teaching the languages Latin German and French A Special Course for those who wish to prepare for Teachers Certificate In this course the students will lie fitted for teachers by actual work in our MODEL SCHOOL Special terms to 320 pays tiiltion for all courses except music those wishing to pay as much as five months tuition in advance Board 200 to 350 per week Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for teaching can make arrangements witli the President of the College to Ii will pay you if attend school here Write for particulars atonce you desire to attend a first class school at a small cost D S RORERTS Jr Pres Ilardinsburg Ky Address or FELIX KERRICK Ilardinsburg Ky deck The Cumtilntivc method Â¬ A Decayed Tooth cmiBo of much annoyance in tho winter time Catch cold in it neuralgia toothache feel moan with tbo world Better havo ua patch it up others mght suggest to havo it pulled Do a neat job filled with gold silver or alumnium With approved science at our command tho operation will not pain you Would you rathor suffer tho panes of neu ralgia or suffer tho payment for a neat filling gold will cost more GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY Is tho Steamboat Agents Local AgcnU nawaaotipii nlnnnLl 4 Piqe-Tar-H9- fr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ D J Morrison is an applicant for tho Homestead Fertilizer Company and post ofllco hero Standard Oil Company The best lltorary society iu the coun- Â¬ ty is conducted here by Prof J D Dealers In locker Doors Saab Blinds Yellow Pine Floor log and Ceiling Weather Boarding Tho measles have got a hold la our Shingles Bait Lime Cement community the schools being Injured in Laths Flastor Plastering cots qnence Hair Plow Handles M Mosoly has been appointed by Bricks Etc Judge Adair as one of the buj or visors of Estimates Furnished for Buildings and tho tax books Building Material A considerabe amount of meat was spoiled ninr here by being killed too The well known Brands of early in the fill V M Moseley is boarding at Alison Hay ntH near Herbert in order to be close to bis school Walter Medcalf Henry Skinner and liion Moseley and Miss Mort Skinner I fvent to Onensboro Thursday For Medical use can ho had at Mr Frank May and Miss RosaStinnett two highly respected joung people will be united in marriage during Christn-a- Miss Bessie Brodsky the beautiful Russian Jewess who came here from Russia last sprirg to visit her sister Mrs Leibovltz left last week for Louisville where she will stay with the Herzinans in tbo futuio There is a large quantity of unsold to- Â¬ bacco here The farmers are hauling it toOwensboro and selling R at auction for what they can get The Owensboro buyers are getting a hard name on ac- Â¬ count of the inhuman way they havo been docking the poor farmers tobacco fASam Bruner and A J Skinner one a Democrat the other a Republican and both 1 atural born politicians have been will tit Pellvllle every day since the middle of October to talk politics As neither f them have had the measles they are atten- Â¬ housed up now till spring balng afraid to venture out for fear tlnjy will catch the dreaded complaint Ttiey have tbe sympathy of the people generally ofl HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances aro Marble and Tiling of tho finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn tlio Floors of Bed roomB Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco- Â¬ rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont a suporior in tho South rato of charges considered 1 3 Whiskey M F 4 POPHAMS Over 10000 havo heon expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY W Scott Miller Jr Manager O Taj lor Old Sport C F Keystone Club Fine Clariette Wines prompt Independent Tobacco WBTATE Southeast Cor of Twelfth Selling Fee Reduced to GOLDEN RULE OO 150 per hhd and 1 Warehouse ICY Main LOUISVILLE per cent Commission Mail orders be given tion WOOL Thli Ii tho best market and ours Is tho rict homo to hlp to Wo mako liberal nil vanrca on consignment Resides wo havo better facilities than other bouses lu having many largo factories to supply Wo get you tho top price nnd pay spot cash not In Irudu No traveling agents Ship alt your tfool and farm produce direct to 110 Third Street or 313 to 310 Murrell Court WOOL HERNDON CARTER CO LOUISVILLE E7 1 Â¬ Something to Depend On Mr Jamt s Joni s of the drug firm of Jon s Son Cowden III in speaking of Dr Kings New Discovery sajs that last winter his wife wis attacked with La1 Grippf and hercosa grew bo serious that pbvsc ana at Cowden and Pana could do nothing for her It seined to develop into HaBty Cnrsumption Having Dr Kings Nkw I scovery in soie and Boi- Â¬ ling lot i ii It o took a bottle home and to the Blrprise of all sho began to get better fn m first deso and half dozen dollar bottles cured her siund and well Dr Kings New Dscovery forConsumpt HODGES lon Cugls and Colds la guaranteed to J L Prei do tho good work Try it Free trial bottle it A R Fishers Drug Store The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Casper May W J H Hunsche with Co IND M CANNELTON BIIUCE Secy Â¬ I AT Â¬ if GRDVtE Â¬ w mw 1 iteuoe waaospeaded ji hjt Xarleklag the SyutUh TeBfve jfFJiMwd breaker Is the latst term tJPopted from Btiglish ink tbe hospitable family of Bpauish speeob which al tboagk alegaut and sonorous is sobm tiaMS lacking iu oouoiMoeM What with yeoorrta and handloapa Um vooabu bKyotl sport UaugiaauttHf torn bold than ni4WtMwal4M imm Um fttat uawd tnu qoebrador d puardos Mwioaa Hwfald Am70a HrJ r1 TSJ wmm jft JntfifXlttmt bot 1 a UJdiig Are - Mtjil aLh 4slufeflHnV jPtfl MSyLunkeaSB all WfbAyiHa traa 3fWfBM JPPW taar to l AM wavxHHmi sja t nt I fa- ota HaUlewun Tlt R In Memory of a Departed Friend It w 4S with a feeling of deep sorrow that I read of tbe sudden death u fow riajB to of Mrs Elba Holt It a tlH to mind a conversation we had seeral years ago when bIio told me that it hub her desire should she pass away ftnt that I writo her obituary for the patier And now that it has becomo my phluful duty to say something in Words fall mo tnemoi y of my friend for Mtb Holt was too well known for ine to say anything She was bright cheerful in disposition amiable beloved by all who knew her She moved a glit- Â¬ tering star in the firmament of purity But now earth hidisberin its bosom and fnm tbygrave will send her blos sotns up to point with smiling beauty in thy lat repose I extend my deepest sympathy to the many relative who mourn her loss but they should not mourn for her as ono with no hope but say fah well devoted friend cold Is thy brow thy sad eye dim silent thy voice frozen forevermore the Thick fountain of thy life and love clouds ard darkness are round about us but thou art in the light Tempests and troubles beset us but thou art at rest peace gentle one peace forevermorc And while aunt Elisa will not be with I hem for Christmas this year her mem Â¬ ory will dwell in their hearts forever and they can think of her iu that bright home above sailing down upon them And now aJlew dear friend I leave thee for a tlsae adieu Mhh C B Shaw Louisville Ky Due 21 1800 PR AsVafttM BCIJLS V WheelTobaccoGo INCOItPOUATED F WjZZ ttjjtf lliltr rJJSMJBMaaaaCaaCaaaXaPCBMlJPllJlaWWTaM JiT1ajjaJJMJjgs1 Jjjfa Capital 50 000 1000 Shares Stock now on Sale at 2 Each A Word to Tobacco Growers Phe Rockport Saw Works Repairs Zfo The Wheel Tobacco Co is now a dlv SAWS it is dend payer It is not a scheme an enterprise baaed and managed on Particular attention given to repairing large Circular fcaws strictly business principles As soon as the above dnmber of shares are disponed of the stock will advance to Every Saw warranted Every Saw tented by eteam before it leaves tho shop par or 100 per cent and will readily The business is Workmau8blp the very belt command a premium Prices lower than any shop in America Wo want Saws that other elinps have run entirely in the interat of tobacco growers the stock cannot b sold to any failed on to prove our skill as Saw repairers Mark your name on Sans nnd send tttuenjhr that the a letter of advice aa 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LOUISVILLE KY CVtCVKHOAY RATES Hotel In his her eoaditieit ia life should write for the CfttalOfna of the lp i thMuh andbottad Mow goaWd Of oonraa 1 J UiT A GOOD FOR ADV LT1 dont WAHRAHTID PHICIttOot tiw TDNIC 6 ALATtA M Bum Slskly Absolutely liaHhlass a ad ptewMHt Ut taka It eate Imm tb am sans asd al Â¬ lows t to be apU fK wHMt exwtiag r etraialug and stops the aaogh at e4w by healing the it H wad parte jivM vigor and vitality to twa rpiraoy orfaas and produosaa eoidWoo in whMt all Um fnaoUoas aw aamHad with rsjgiilarity aad l nsrld of fclifl litalr -- i wt w fliy iureiy NKHVK efoaUM tfjaJBiMmt iiUffyiU rflfef roui the cautt Up Sim itaf 1 bm it y4iHY wBjKnT r u dirties Cura snSrjtorw vlial VoWBf all naUlnir and restofs CSmas ui Thnxwcntrllgls4td tlu city lif thsm was llttlo diCkialtr la rtoobtas oonehurM tMwaa sMiafaotory Uai ndr tbs oiMtuBstanoaa HO aarleMedMMOo LutelUk I LUL Mot X ISM nil m Curm neur aaturs to UarMUail AaseM dUoouut UibHUlKn TOurnw tnuUM on lrvous DlssasM alaHMOd Us Lots and pscovwr mailed tm in pula aWd wraupsr far two 2 cent v ttasaM MsnUM th papir SmTBc Ik Trifl TMMtMtt Ml WOwiseW bbWHIb IwBwM jfffis7 aiKi 1 v x ri mmmmm -- TiarwBBBrTmBjr 1 oriV w kMi--OUa- Pasi aeW aa W Mtaaaave efeilvMi win nyHjfi mwiii wr JOHNSON m i n aanaony I Ui k ouismtiKy apt 1 it J N UTS ei Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 00 1890 tv ir ma w RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gcni I t I I - V ijt bytcrinu Cedar Ilapidr la Saltation For All I do not boliovo that a reddovil lurks in eternity to pltclifork tho soul into ctcrnnl damnation when it leaves tho body of tho sinner God is merciful atid will recelvo tho sinnor with open arms Baptist ihllndolphln oven if misguided Jio dies without ro pouting Rov William L Birch Peo- Â¬ Need Chin ples Church Son Francisco Tho needs of China cnti beat bo con aldorod iu nil thoir inngnitudo when wo Motion Olve Color to Action consider tho enormous death rato of that I think wo linvo lost by not holding or to tho single niotivowhioh actuated our Brent nation Twenty two n minute 1300 nu hour dlo everyday with thoir Lord in what ho did nnd which ho urges Kov D V Lelnchcur eoula unsaved as tho only motive for whatever tho Ilotnnicd Missionary nt Lowell Mas children of God nro urged by him in Our Interdependence his word to da In roligion as in every Nono can aavo hla brother Every ono thing olso our motivo will givo color must enter Into relation with God for to nil wo do or plnn to do Rov B P liiinsolf And yet ovcry man both ro Fullorton Presbyterian St Louis ceives and gives in aouial intercourse Influence of Heredity If entirely separated from our follows Many n strong and vigorous character bo what wo arc wo would soon ceaso to is tho outcome of prccodiug generations Half our faculties would lio dormant good living In fact wo owo our exist for want of exercise nud tho other half onco to heredity An ovfl inheritance is would Rradnally die Rov W D Wil of course far from beuoflclnL And how liams Congregatioiiallst San Francisco many young pcoplo of today hnvo tholr God In the Corutltutlon lives directly accountable to thoir par- Â¬ A nation which is favored with tho ental Thcro ia an nwful fixity in theso word of God is not justified in framing n thinga of nature Rov Charlea G constitution or establishing a govern- Â¬ Ames Unitarian Boston ment which ia nt varinuco with that Deeds Versus Creed word It should not bo neoossary to ro That mans mind ennnot bo wrong mind our government of its position re Â¬ garding recognition of Gods power and whoso heart is right That mans soul position as king of nation but tho cannot bo Godless whoso heart ia en sconced within u fortrcsa of Godly deed facts show that it is necessary Rov I would call him impious bo his phy Novju Woodsido Presbyterian Pitta lacterles yet so broad or his rosary burg yet so well used whoso whole lifo bo Heaven and Hell his ignornnco has essayed gins and ends in self interost and himÂ¬ Man in with chain mid compass to ineasuro hell would I call pious even though ho wor God or conform to no coreuio nud lioavcu Thcro nro no measurements ship no as wo estimnto things Hell Is not a ny at nil who subordinates self to tho plncc It cannot bo described It is too interests of the highest God of man nwful for Unit Norooro can wo picture Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf Philadelphia Tho Common Interests of Cltltcn or defcribo heaven No pen nor brush Wo must cducato individuals bo that nor sound can mnko us sensiblo of iti glory Rov II N Couden Chaplain they may not think of themselves mero ly ns members of this class or that but of tho United States Houso of Representas equal members in tho larger sooicty atives A Deadly Snake Thu workmen should meet other mon Sinco tho timo of Adam nud Evo tho thatr those who sharo his daily labors SKY PHOTOGRAPHY Thu man of business should mcot othors simko has been n crcaturo loathed nud fenrcd by mankind It ia our natural than those associated with 1dm in his iiibtinct to liato it nnd it ia also Gods business enterprises Tho moro interests Exposures Made at n Height of One Thou and lcet Above the Earth will that we do so But thero nro other n man has tho larger tho circle of his William A Eddy Henry L Allen friends and acquaintances tho moro kinds of snakes also In India 20000 sides on whirl he touclus tho common and Robert M Allen succeeded in tak people- aro killed cncli year by snakes In tho United Stntes 00000 dio from lifo thu better citizen he is Rev S M ing 14 midair kito photographs of Printing Houso square nnd City Hall Ciotliers Unitarian Boston tho effect of tho bites of tho chief mem park Now York election day Tho ex ber of tho old serpent family strong Living For Christ pcrimcut is expected to show whether drink Pour thousand dollars in bounty It ia appointed once unto man to dio tbo groups of pcrsous watching election is paid nnuunlly in India for killing Wo hold our lives by sufferance Gnilt snakes but in tho United States al rests upon us Yet Christ knowing it roturus wero visible at a great height Tho kito fliers began work nt 8 though tho death record is tlirco times all extends tho hand of invitation Ho ns great tho go eminent fosters and makes himself liable for all our obliga- oclock nud by taieaus of five kites 0 and 7 feet in diameter tho camera was protects tho liquor trafllc Rev V A tions He gives us tho benefit of nil ho lifted to n height of about 1000 feet Unrdnor Christiuu Snn Francisco possesses Ho has already died for us Owing to light and variublo winds Mr Tho World Grow Hotter even as tho representative of sin but Eddy failed to maintain n good lino of flood of ills nronnd us fills some it was impossible for death to keep him Tho 11 oclock kites in hearts with dark forebodings for Im- If wo havo brought to him a liability to Tho pull the air until ubout was very light being from 18 munity Falsehood and iniquity arc so death ho haa brought an infinite ro SO pounds but during tbo afternoon widespread and so rampant that they servo of spiritual lifo Let ub livo to- to tho wind strengthened nud tho photo-Â¬ arc tempted to fear that tho world is gether Let us livo unto him for him growing hopelessly worse and that it Let our lovo reflect back Ids unbounded graphic exposures wero rapidly made At 6 oclock tho light was so bad that is tn olcFS to try to stem tho tide of error dovotiou Rev Georgo N Luckett tho camera was removed and thrco and iniquity But it is n tremendous Presbyterian Washington flags U by G feet in size wero sent up tonic to courngo nud hopo to discover lray In the Clout iu its place but to n much greater that theio is a vast nrmy of men who It is not only publio worship but pri height Tho easterly winds carried tho heo nnd lovo tho right nud to know that vato dovotiou thot renows spiritual whenever men nro strong nud steadfast strength backsliding always begins nt kites flags nud camera toward the North river Now York Herald for tho right in purposo and notion ns tho Every Christian man well as in thought tho eternal powers of nnd closet door woman ought not only to pray to HE- - MAY BE RICH tho universe aro working with them God morning and evening and God will givo them deliverance out havo n spccinl hour for privntebut should Brooklyn Drug dovotion Clerk Think Ho I Heir Rov Charlea of perils nnd calamities to Valuable Property Again wo cau wait upon the Lord in II llichnrds Congregationalist Phila service Tho Christian has something to Autonio Sogui n drug clerk in tho delphia do in this world of duty and as you feel employ of tho Johnson Drug company Mnrtln Iutlier Luther stood in n minority of one tho burden of others Jesus reveala him of Brooklyn is oxpectcd by his frieud8 self to you na iu tho mount of transfig- to bo n millionaire beforo long against tho world Tho necessity for re Segui is a modost young follow of S3 form measured tho appalling difficulty uration And thero wo wnit on tho Lord in tho way and hushed into silence tho in patience In this world wo livo on and lives over tho drug store where ho voices that cried out for liberty and tho dark sido of tho cloud but thoro ia is employed ou Grand street Mnspoth light Wait patiently and wo N Y with his wife and two childron truth In this dark night tho peasant of shall nbovo U8 face soo his Rov M B ChapHo was bora iu Brooklyn and claims Thuringia appeared carrying tho torch that his father Antonio Segui was a of Gods word in his liund in the face man Methodist Louisville direct descendant of a brother of tho The Mother and the Hoy of n frowning world His bravery and Tho mother shapes tho boya charac- Rev Father Antonio Segui who camo determination his Gothic manhood nud ter her faca tho first sight hor arms to this country and Bottled in St Auheroism sliiuo out liko stars in a wingustine Flo about 1800 try night in ho stand it took for trutli tho first refugo her life tho first examFnthor Segui ncquircd cousidorablo itnd righteousness It ia tnsy now for us ple But for Rachol and her training to preach to teach to utter our convictho history of Joseph nud of tho Jewish property which ho willed to his two tions of trutli It was not so when nation would havo boon entirely differ- Â¬ brothers One of theso died and tbo Luther attacked tho iniquities of tho ent Tiic hand that rocks the cradle other Autonio Segui ncquircd all tho church nnd led tho way into tho freedom rocks tho world Tho timo for seed property Ho waa tho father of tbo preswo now enjoy planting of true greatness is in the early ent claimant to 8000 acres of land iu Rev S II Domcr Lu Florida Tho cstato is valuod at 3 years of n boys lifo This ia tho moththeran Washington ers opportunity Tho spirit of God 000000 The Mjstcry of the loner Man Ho who wishes to lonni tho lifo of from heaven the iufluenco of men on Wanted the Other Kind flowers will go to botany j if ono wishes earth and tho temptation of aatan surTho lawyer patted hia client soothto lonrn tho nrt of expression ho will round the hoys of today Mothers guard ingly on tho shoulder Plant Mudy grammar So wo go to tho Uiblo tho boya beforo it ia too late Now dont you worry ho said to loam something of Gods interest to your seed Tako interest in everything wilh a reassuring air You Bhnll bavo your boy does Let him have games nt a fair trial humanity Yet that interest is n great mystery ns perplexing to tho philoso- home or ho will go whoro thero ia no Tho gentlemanly burglar turned pale pher as ever the Trinity has been to tho home Plant the tei d of greatness kind That thats what Im afraid of uess nnd purity whilo tho ground is soft theologian ho human intellect haa ov Â¬ bo roturnod norvously New York Sun Â¬ although you do not livo to soo the day World er been nblo to toll ub why musio has fruitnge Uov T Easton Presby only oight satisfactory notca No ono Miner Quit Work haa over risen up to toll ua why man is terian Washington Malvkbx 0 Nov 28 At Shetods delighted with tho whiteness of tho The Witchcraft of Today lily No ono can explain why n man in Tho old timo mania of witchcraft il- villo this county tho coal mines have been closed The miners to tho number Asia will cross seas nud oconns to sco lustrates tho power of tho malign pasof 850 refused to accept tho 40 cent rate Amcricns grcnt catarnct All that can sions It wus tho result of jealousy rebo said is that certain counds nnd scenes venge hatred It stands in history as They havo up to tbo present been receiving 61 cents givo plonsuro Thcro is in tlieso things thu bluck monument of the solflshuess tho powor to gratify somo hidden mys of tho liumau heart Its legitimate suc terious sonso Rov John ilathows cessor in theso duys is slander nnd back Methodist St Louis biting It teaches us a needful lesson of tho potency of thought As a man thiuk A Crime of Women According to tho Moaaio law a person oth so is he Many of thoso women who passing it birds nest olthcr in tho flolds were burned tit tho stako wero so often or in tho trees should lenvo tho bird told they wore witches associated so its eggs or its young unharmed But much with pcoplo who believed tboy Wero witches that finally they thought now 2 COO years later in a Christian land by Christian men nnd boys for themselves witohes and nt tho last conChristian women millions of birds nro fessed to being witches j so with a man PURELY VEGETABLE nunually wiutchcd from their nests leav Â¬ iu theso times If ho associates with fust ing untold numbers of eggs and starving men ho will uBsimilato their ideas Ho The cheapest pareit and best family medi- Â¬ young onos to porish in order thnt tho will como to think it a possibility to bo cine In the world I An effectual specific fur the JlverHtouiaer fast liiinsolf and end by being fust As all diseases of Liver and prevent and Mpleen no called Christian women of our laud Hegulate the ChllU ana Fever Malarious Kavri Kowl CeaLalnU might mako walking undertaking estab it safeguard dont put yourself iu on liestlcHneM Jaundice and Nause lishments of tliomsolvos by wearing tho viroumeut whero you cau even thiuk of 11 AP BREATH corpses of mangled birds upon their lints doing thing which aro autugouistlo to Nothing so unpleasant nothing so com all this being douo because- it is tho your liigluwt idoals Rov OlmrlcaA mon 04 a bad breath and In nearly every istylo If you womon wore theso dead Dickinson Congregationalist Boston case it comes from the stomach aud can M stfeutly corrected If you will take Hlmmoss birds whoro you could seo them it might Genu of Tinth Gleaned From the Teach lilver Regulator Do not neglect so sura a bo different remeay ior mis repulsive aieoraor it win But to placo thorn upon Ingi or All Denomination also linprova your appetite complexion and your heads whoro you cant seo thorn Good oltizonahip implies zlghteous general health nfter you Jeavo tho looking glass just living And tho church which is ho CONSTIPATION to satisfy your vanity makes tho crimo great tcnoherof morals la justly looked should not ho regarded as a trifling ailment infinitely worse Rev O P Clifford up to and must nocossarily bear an im Â¬ In fact nature demands the utmotil regularity of the bowels and any deviation from this Baptist Buffalo portant part in tho education of tbo pco oeroanq pave we way urmu ui serious uh i plo ou linos of rectitudo and justice quite Mneemary to remove Impure l I am 87 years old and have used about Ror O Ellia Steven Episcopal Phila- Â¬ eer it u accumulations from tho boweU a It tto eal or sleep and no health oan be eipct4 where nil of the cough and lung remedies that delphia a costive habit of body prevail linvo been sold during my life and for The gftlrU of the Heme SICK HKAIUCHXt Tho spirit of tho boafe tawt be tUroat the benefit of tho suffering I will say This distressing aMI otkm ooeura most fre remedy equal if tho influence ia to be on the aide of quently The dtsturbMM of the atotaaati that I have never used any arising from the Ifaparfcclly dlgastad eon psria teats emtee a to Dr Bella It gives right Tho undertone of the home life aeeoapaBldi withMvore reeafel la naussa haul tba ia often moro Important than the over ana dlsac quiet and permanent relief In grippe as tone this eoMtlttttea what le ofulrly kwa as Parents should briug dally hear IfHok for the relta at wtiMi Wka well as other cough We keep it in our enly influences to vbear upoH those Whwihm uvh lUgU tor bouse all the time and would not be whom God has Intrusted to their ease 43 BVJaKY iAOKASB- Mm M A MxTC ay without it Rev M Rosa FUklwrn Coaawga- Has Mm X to r4 txt Mta wrappar 1WTBou1i Fjurth Streot Patlttcab Ky iosalUt Washington J H XMUM QQ Vhll4daViia loc of All Denominations a God bo prnlgwl for tho iiiotlicrs all over tho world who nro prayerfully nrid tearfully sowing lit tholr clilldreus hearts tho seeds which nro to bring forth tho fruits of uoblo innnhood and womanhood t Rov Korr D Tapper Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uf Truth Glennctl From the Teach Ivrti Qleaaes sTs stM vfie 3reeas htc of All BeaowilaaMoM Pulpits nlouo aro never going to cos qucr tho world becanso tho pulpits reaoh only a small percent ago Of the pcoplo of tho world today And because tho pulpit reaches tho pcoplo at a long range Rev It A Vaudor Las Proa HIS GRktATEOT EFFORT Cotottet Wftttertons rinent Speech Lost to the World The PtCTURE ON A HILL - Enftaaii SO Feet About midway between Berwick Polegato stations nt n point where the aklo of tho bill is very precipitous those who know exactly tho spot where to look will bo ablo o tee from the rail Â¬ way carriage windows n tort of rude imitation of tbo human form Outlined in white Tho figure which la between SOO and 800 feet in height bolda a long staff in each hand This is tho Long once tho center Man of Wilmington of profound voucratioti aud worship but now merely au object qf interest to tho curious In order to obtatu an adequate idea of this grcnt billsidq figure dominating tho surrounding country and appearing to watch as guardinn over tho little vil Â¬ lage below it Is dcsirnblo to approach it nfoot tramping along the winding lanes as tho pilgrims of old must have tramped when they came hither on the occasion of somo groat religious festival Seen from nfar tho figure does not appear to bo of remarkablo size but grad Â¬ ually ns one approaches tho bill it as sumes an imposing nnd definite shape Tho figure about 240 feet in height was merely shaped in tbo turf so as to allow tho chair to appear through In tho com so of timo theso depressions in tho surfaco becamo almost impercepti- Â¬ ble mid to such au extent was tho fig ure neglected thut at last it waa only possiblo to mako out tho form at a dis Â¬ tance when tho slight hollows wero mnrkod by drifted snow or when tho obliquo rays of tho rising or setting sun threw them into n docp shadow In or- Â¬ der to preserve tho form of tho Long Man aud to render it at tho samo timo easily dlstiugulshnbln nt a distance tho outliuo wns marked by n single line of whlto bricks plnccd closely together Tbo effect haa been to produce n some what startling flguro which ia plainly visible iu fino wvntber from a great dis Â¬ tance Thcro am iu different parts of tbo country other examples of extremely rndo nnd early hiilsido figures and nl- though tho very fact of their great an tiquity renders it unlikely that histor- Â¬ ical or documentary evidence will bo forthcoming na to thoir design or prcoiso purpose it is very satisfactory to find that an explanation has been found which will nt onco nccouut for many of thoir peculiarities Tho theory is that theso nro sncrifloinl figures Wo Iearu from tho writings of Ctcsar that tho Gauls aud tho Britons woro doubtlcsa included had figures of vast size tho limbs of which formed 6f osiorSjUhcy filled with living rpen Tho flguro wns ultimately fired and the miscrnljlo vietims perished in tho flames Thero is a local saying iu Sussex probably of great antiquity in which tho Long Man is mentioucdiu reference to tho weather It runs Lec Man t rt Hiliulkcio- This campaign lost tho services of eloquent tho most forceful nnd thb most cllectlvo orntcr in America Kentucky colonel remarked tho through tho absolicc bf Colonel floury Watterson in Switzerland But tho most eloquent and moit forceful address Watterson ever mado sever was reportodr ho continued Ono night n few years ago Colonel Wnttctsoii Bob Hilliard a couplo of New York drummers nnd I wero sitting In a protty stiff poker gamo in n Louisvilio hotel when wo wero startled by n plstolshot apparently ou tbo floor nbovo us Wo stopped playing Thoro was a good deal of excitement about tho hotel and it was discovered that a ntrangor who bad registered thnt day from Cincinnati had committod Buicido by blowing out his brains in bis room After tho coroner had takou chnrgo of tho remains nud tho rumpus quieted down wo returned to our gamo Tho carda had been dcult and wo wero chipping in whou ono of tho players who bad been iu hard luck all tho evening exclaimed jubilantly you fellows will linvu no show at all from this timo forward Everything is coming my way now Ive got tho See dead mans mascot And ho flourished n button which bo bad cut from t bo snicidoa clothes Gam biers aro notoriously superstitious aud it is believed that n button cut from tho clothing of n corpse is a good luck charm That follow had rnsbod up stairs and iu tho excitement had rolled over tho body aud clipped n button off tho dead mans nightshirt before tho echo of tho shot had fairly died away Colonel Watterson laid down his band pushed back his chair and arose from tho table Ho was wbito with in dignation and disgust It was deathly still iu tho room and when ho spoke ovory word was ns clear ns a bell For ten minutes ho poured forth tho most bitterly vindictivo nud scathingly de- Â¬ nunciative invective that thu English Inngungo could frame Then ho turned with an abrupt Good ulghtl and strodo from tho room Oratorically it was tho Chi- 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the Works of liugene Field 4- - SURPRISINGTHE ORIENTALS TirUt Drill Work An interesting account of a visit to a Chiueso arsenal near Fuchau Is given by u correspondent of Caxsiera Maga- Â¬ zine Ho says Taking out two drills I sent them in and immediately was invited to enter Tho official waa polite bowing and shaking bis own hands as is tho custom among Chinamen nud offered me a cup of tea Thero happened to bo several forg ings iu tho room and as I pressed tbo drills against tbcm nnd pointed to over the wall ho seemed to comprehend what waa wanted aud in a few minutes I waa in a large well lighted machino shop I might Bay this extensivo plant was built and equipped by French engi Â¬ neers somo 15 yoars ago The native foreman examined my tools witli great in tores t aud called iu several assistants All looked puzzled aud did not scorn to know what thoy wero for Walking to u drill press I took out tho flat drill and after con sidcrublo packing nround tbo shank succeeded in getting one of my taper shank twist drills to run fairly true in the spindle Thero must havo been 60 Chinamen working in tho room nud every ono bad gathered around this press Tho foreman ordered them off repeatedly and then looking at me laughed good nnturedly and gnvo it up Ho brought a piece of cast iron but I wanted something harder to drill bo I walked over to n largo planer nnd took ii long extension tool mndo from 8 by yA inch tooUtool nnd clomped it up to tho tublo of tho drill pross He shook his head intimating that tho twist drill could not go through and tho crowd of workmon emitted grunts of approval Tho pross started the llpa of tho twist drill turned out two spiral chips Tho men elbowed me to ouo aide There waa a sea of pigtails bending down watching tho marvelous action of that littlo ool As tho chips grew iu length the expressions of wonderment iu creased Ji Sea or FIELDFLOWERS the tEugcrtt Ticld monument Souvenir The most beautiful Art Production of the cenA mnll bunch ef the most fr iroot of blos tury som g atbtrtd from the broad acre of Eugene fields Contains a selection of the most Farm of Lore beautiful of the poems of Eugene Field Hand tomelv illustrated by thirty five of the worlds greatest artists as their contribution to the Monument Fund Dot for the noble contributions of tho irtat artists this book could not hare been oanufac tend for I700 For sale at book stores or sent prepaid on receipt of 110 The love offering to ihe Childs Poet Laureate published by the Com mittee to create a fund to build the Monument and to care for the family of the beloved poet Eugene Field Monument Souvenir Fund Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rietallt Watched a t-- -- The Time Tested Certain cure for scrofula pimples boils in fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and merchants everywhere - - rTr r rOnffc rn 1 K WMBr SARSAPARILLA lie Knew What lie Was About Among tbo stories told to tbo do Borved credit of such lawyers ns hnvo no soroples ngniust distorting aud concealing tho trutli In order to shield porsons whom they know or havo every reason to boliove to be gnrlty tho following is cntitlod to n good placo An attorney had occasion to dofond n mnn who was Justly accused of counter- Â¬ feiting paper money and he manipu- Â¬ lated the paso with suoh skill that ho secured thb acquittal of the prisoner When thu lawyer nnd his oliont wero nlono together again the counterfeiter overwhelmed tho lawyer with thanks And now said ho putting bis hand in his pocket And now the lawyer took up tho sentence I will havo my fee nnd I will tako it iu hard currency not iu bills ifyou please Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ 80 Uonroo Street Chlcafo IU Ifl Louisville HenderonSSiLouis ByCo f aN v - - - LOUIBVILLK KY Inc 10 188 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and post offioe address BUTTBU 12 Q 14 Choloe eonntty Medium Creamery m TIMS SCHEDULE V Taking- effect - nsro 10 A At 630 oclck Sunday Uar 22p 1895 8 17 KQOB Q 40 26 10 25 11 20 17 Wtit Sound Train 43 Eat Bound STATIONS Mail A Train yresh Prime white Mixed Old No lduok goose- - Mall FEATIIKUS 4l Kxprs llprs 8 07 8 45 8 48 0 01 4 fiiprs Dully 3i 6 00 13 Dally Pally 6S0pm 7 65aio 6 15 7 20 7 32 7 34 7 45 y Jtv 00 IvUaa pta- Kontucky West Point Howard Wlliowdale Itock Haven Lohf Branch flrandenburg Irnnsrton Sjjipte St Expr Dally 8 09ob 7 48 i- - 12tpm 12 30 There is nothing that causes women greater discomfort and misery than the constantly recurring Headache Men suffer Uei with Headache My wifes health waa very indifferent having Headache continually and just two packsgrs of Simmons Liver Jteguator released her from alt Headache and gave tone and vigor to her wholo svstein I have never regretted its us M li DeDord ML Vernon Ky Prohibition Idea Iter Solomon Parsons n Prohibition champion has suggested a method of dealing with the liquor question that the saloon men themselves approve He has been figuring up all the ex peases which liquor made iu New Jer Â¬ sey the losses to families and to cities and intimates that New Jersey annual Â¬ ly expends millions in the support of orlminals aud inBimo persons whoso con Â¬ dition has been broughtsabout by liquor He declares that New Jcrso conld af ford to pension every liquor dealer in the state pay him 5000 a year and make money by tho operation The saloon kccperiof Futerson are en thuslastioully ill favor of such i proposi tlou aiidsflythoy jiv williig to help the Prohibition oleigyumn Heouru the passage pf a law einbodyiiig Ills idea Mew Â¬ PODLXBJ Hens per lb Spring Chlokens per dos Dueks per lb Qeese per dos POrATOES Irish per barrel Now La Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to ets higher Navy Beans per bushel Senloa Soaks 721 UBisro 867 UJ0 1141 1 25gC 12J 4 75o0l 2 50 76 765 804 813 8 20 VU 9 22 US5 1127 1118 11 09 11 CO 710 717 613 663 632 931 940 987 10 6 47 6 38 9 40 Guton Pirce KKroD 6 24 6 55 5 43 5 31 62 - 751 Q 00 3 00 821 8 37 100 25 2 845 860 905 918 922 9Bi lull W8J 104 1061 1102 1120 1125 1185 1142 1 Oti Ver Mi4 1061 1031 WU 10 10 20 10 11 616 608 86 9 02 102f 1025 1035- - 68 i T J Mepher4nort ainisng Pink ROOTS 2 40 76 64 21 0 Holt Cloverport Hawesville JMrlo Kalcou Lewisport Waltman Powers Pates OrieStV Stanley Worthlngton Iteads SnoUsvlile Bassslt Owcnsboro Mxttlntrly Shops SMllroan AdWn 1Q06 1003 9 60 536 Â¬ Yellow Wild linger tt 1 9 33 9 44 9 68 10 08 UU llfiUm 15 Lady Slipper - 6 946 933 S25 917 911 617 914 SOS 4 53 4 46 4 40 43 JK t BloodA May Apple li s I 40 00 1015 1025 1038 1048 HOST 1115 9 02 J t A J 8i5 i2U3pin 1226 1281 1331 12 4Q 8 16 a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FIELD SBKD3 Timothy per bushel Clover per buthel Crimson Clover pw bushel BedToppeu bushel Orobard Oran per buitfel Blue Oross fanoy bushel Bias draii extra per bushel Onion Eels Yellow per bushel White 4 50 1100 1105 S00 110 Si 66 1 25 2 50 831 825 814 804 80S 416 4 366 3 1 j i pr 1247 1123 1131pm 1264 11380 100 1165pm 1 lpmr St L 1 JfenJsra Rry Jv 7 68 3 3j 7 61 3 7 43 7 36 3W 7 20ani 2aP8 339 336 - V 3ft J v Â¬ Â¬ rBfift3P Â¬ It happened that the chips did not break until tboy were about 14 inches long Then others started and each time that they broke off thoy were eager ly snatched by tbo men some burning their fingers aud examined carefully from eudto end The dull edges of tho drill wero shown around and then ground nnd started again aud the f net that the drill would cut as well ns the first timo caused increased nmaxcraent and murmurs 1 lmvu made many testa vvlth twist drills but never before each an appreciative and demonstrative audi Â¬ Sheop SUM flreea rood Dry Salt good Dry ftlntgood TnV wasaftd Grease fas HIDES 8 10 ft 10 i 11 L H FordsviIe Branch- - 40 TIME TAWE U 9 T WOOL M TAKING EFFECT PEG 15 12 8 Borrr Blaek S Q O Barry anS Cots MIS0KLLANK0US Tallow BeaswaxM 21 18 12 13 10 West Iluond Trains Dally I Dally ex bun e Sun 22 IBM Hast Bound Trala I I J - No6Nol 11 Sergkan Molasses j 15 35 30 ii 60 1305pm 11 12 12 12 f2 12 36 Daily I pally ex Sua ex Saa No a We t luam Uv livinetnn Art 9SCasa STATIONS Ontlield Harncd lunctlnn S3 HardiasburtT 7 48 7M 7M 8 19 1268 BS VEAR8 110 186 155 2 30 iJ90 KXKRICNOe ence Malice i I guess Ive found a way to take the conceit out of that amateur aotrew re marked the girl who isnotalwaya gocA naturcd How did yon do It Introduced her to an amateur pho tographer who wanted to take her pic Â¬ ture WMblugtoK Star Old 11 THE DREADED CONSUMPTION CUBED SAN IE IWjiTO TRADI MARK GInAane Dempster r FllitfMyhl Demt RcikaW Junctloa Kirk Jolly ttt 7 06 630 6 6ffi fiSf 38 60H - va S2f 364 3 09 330 Jpa IftaM AKprsTlIoL- - ifi Alns nkt mxchtH Bit 4S - T A SIcum d StiMtM Will Send Fret Three Battta af Hla Newly Wjmv Reme4le HCthe Breat Chrmlt arid t - Peeple Sarfefera ptentble Coramunlcotlciu Wtii seMwitlal OlitMcageaeyoraocurtiia na ease ta Amartoa We aavaa WMillflUt nt ol B lAaatA taken thMituih Itluiui A sraaial uoUee lutlM WroMblv AnavBinuvi Am t wwf- - rMn aroM MftdlDg a sketch and desert attoa war utiaelr aaoertalnJrraa wuetaer sui InVaotloa le DEaiONa- - i ii Â¬ Jle4is Old peepto who require medicine to regulate the boweteand kidneys will flod the tree rewedylREIectrle Bitters This fceUlfilne townot MlmulaUatia contains so whiskey nor other iatoxleant but acta is a tonio and alterative It acts mildly oa the siowaeu and bowels add log streapthaad giylBgteneto heorr gux thereby aiding natare i the per formaBoe pi the fiiReMotM KlMrtrc Bit tors la aa exoeiUat appUir ami aid OW people Ittd It IwA ejtftet- tUflttttloB ly what Uy imi AHfMlM aa4 J 109 Wf pwboHU MAK yWiwf Pru Ijie Editor BaccKiNBipaa I have discovered a reliable ftire fer Cot slmp tloa aad all bronchial threat ad Jtuig dlaeMfs general dtMrliae low of li sh aad all eoaditioaa of etln away By ita timely UN Uioiisnils ef appareBtly ewred 8a kofaleM awea hare PMpt poaUlva aai I of Ita powar to tare tht to maktt ita awriU kaawn I will tead lew o aay Wlotd rf atlar of your thrae Itaitlaa of my aewly JUeoy eml aamadUa apoa raealpi of axfrnaa aadpwtoWaa tUrirTA8LOOUM Hit Mf Ytyk Ns 8CIENTIFI0 AMERICAN MUNN A OO 381 HrMdway New Varfc pw K0minm Wfca wttK Pi YJ tin tUf raaar Mr T F ODoaaajl a dmgsUt of IVreout V la apeaklsff of Obambarlalua Coltc Cbolara d JD anboaa Ratuady aaya SVTral Uaoaaln tba M fw yaaaa whcr auaria with erawp or dlan Itoaa I baya wadaa air aoaal Wat of Umi valaa of tbla ramady la aaeb taataaca waa all ilia iaasatliatafIWMrrtiala by n ftobar Pranlat a Vt NUa kataa okiM frsw MtfUlat m M i - tmmm W8 THEL High 1 Awarded Honors WerWa FIr rf at S rm lBVi Vi mfg rikl WW CREAM B 4ff MOST PERFECT MADE k pure Grape Cream of Taitar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant POMS M News 30 1890 FruiU fruili at Uetdela Oroeerie Gregory A Glbaos Chu Hall went to Stepheoport Mom day Society bos come to a standstill in this elly Queenswaro and glassware Gregory Gibson An opera hocBi is greatly nee ted in this city Fino coffees and teas at Gregory Gibeons C B Boyd returned to St Louts Sun- Â¬ day night J D Brashear spent Chrls inss in Otvcnsboro z BRmOKNRIDGEt ttBtfarS OLOYRRPORT KY jetorday to James and Allsa Tacker sixty three acres of the Barrett tract of land near this city for 8 per acre Consideration 504 The new Prosbytylan church which Is nearlng completion will be ono of the handsomest structures ever erected in this pari of the State It will be strictly modern in style A quartette ot colored boyr under the direction and training of Mies LaFayctte Lalleist will sing for tho benefit of tho building fund in the Presbyteriaircburch Friday night Jan 1 18117 J II Hampton of Sample Is a candf date for Jailer subject to the Ktpubli can Primary He is an old time Republican fought through tho war and deserves something at tho hands of his party Quarterly meeting next Saturday and Sunday Preaching Saturday morning at 11 oclock and at the usual hours for Sunday Quarterly Conference servic at tho Bank Monday evening at 7 oclock There will be a spvlllng beo in tho Knights of Pythias hall given by the Lad its Missionary Society Thursday nightfor the benefit of tho Babtlst par- Â¬ sonage It wllj also bo a watch meeting Admission ten cents Jo B Smait and Miss Ella Waggoner were married Dec 2ltd at tho residence of the brides father Smith Waggoner Rev John Wlnchell performed the cer-Â¬ emony It was a quiet affair only tho members ot the family being present The bride and groom left immediately for Louisville returning Christmas day The applicants for fho pojt ofllco In this city havo agreed among themselves to submit their claims to the Republi- Â¬ cans of this district as to who shall have the oflko A vote will bo taken at tho Republican primary election to bo held Feby 27 Tho candidates are Marlon Weatherholt Lucius Cliapin J D Wil- Â¬ son II L Morton B- F Riflcrty and J II Rowland Jesse Miller spent his holidays hero Jess says his friends are urging him very strongly to make the race for Circuit Clerk and it is more than probable that ho will be a candidate Jess is a pretty actlvo younK man in poitics always takes a hand whether he wants any thing or not has lots of friends who wilt stand by him not only Democrats but Republicans ai well If he gets iu the race he will make it lively R L Kewaora sold Â¬ Â¬ SUICIDE Samuel T Johnson an Dies Old Tutts Pills Cure All Citizen t v Take 8 Opium and Whisky and of The Effects Liver Ills Doctors Say Biliousand Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ v J A HAPPY Had Just Been Married And Was tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ ied by derangements of the Thought to bo Enjoying the Stomach Liver and Bowels Sweets of Lifo MYSTERY ABOUT IT tt if YL5AR - JflW Yeats the Standard May is confined to his bed with fevere Wash Hall of Webster was in the J Fred S1ME U Breckenridge LOCAL WEDNESDAY DECEMBER brevities P Jk- - h 1 S J - w R K k W iS it IV i w int m isH 1Z- safs Fire works at Hiedel A Cofl V B Burton was in the city Monday Frank Boyd spent Christmas with hia family Air and Mrs Barnoy Bohler went to Webster Sunday jlmmio Miller lWheen at home sick for several weeks Ernest Kobertson of Glemleane was in the city Sunday Frank Ferry engineer on the L II St L It It is in the city Mrs Mesaly of Stopbensport was in the city shopping Friday Mre Parsons wife of Isaac Parsons Pat sville died last Friday It docs look like some man with means ought to build an opera house Miss Margaret Skillman will entertain the young society folks this week W Eula Miller of Uardinsburg was With Mies Jennie Vforfleld last week Iorrebt itRiitlootHnU ugititoot Jsuner of HaWesville spent Sunday in the city Mrs C W Fletcher will go to Louis- Â¬ ville this week to be with relatives a few days attended Miss Mr David Heron Franks reception at Bewleyvllle last week Miss Bortha Mattingly is visiting rela- Â¬ tives and friends in Ont nsboroand Hen Â¬ derson Dont fail to hear the Mac quartette colored at the Presbyterian church Fri Â¬ day evening The main thoroughfare of this town tho Clover creek bridge is Kiting in a pretty bad shape Mr and Mrs R E Moorman went to Henderson last week to spend Christ Â¬ mas with relative Mr Edward Whiteheads wito pre sented him Christmas morning within fine bounchigboy Mies Mary loan who hns been spend- Â¬ ing her Christuis in Iuisvile returned homo Monday rightt Mr William Ditto ant family of Bran Â¬ denburg came Sunday to ho witli his sister Mrs J D Babbae A good yoke if 6xen for sale Finest in the county Will sei chrup Wm H Addison Ky 13aultlnghousi Rev I B Tiiuberlakr who lias been visiting Mr ami Mrs A W Moorman returned to ids home at Salem Ind toÂ¬ day Mr Einnit 0 Jlawki if o- Persimmon Flat and Miss Florenu M Hawkins c 2i at 030 were married Xisday oclock William Evans had his house and everything he had dtstroyei by fire Tuesday Djo 52 He I j left na pretty - city Monday Milton Tate of Kirk went to Hender Â¬ son Saturday Arthur Clark was in the city a fnw daj slast week IteV fl G Shelley preached an xcel tent sermon Sunday Calvin Hendricks of Uardinsburg was in the city Saturday Dr Milton Board of Uardinsburg was in town Wednesday Bret Ilartes now short story Under Karl will appear soon If yoii want pure whisky get it from Cbnpin Son Hanning Mis Marion Ryan of Louisville ia vis- Â¬ iting relatives in the city Mr and Mrs C E Llghtoot spent their holidays on Green River A B Skillman cashier of the Brecken ridge Bank is sick at his homo 0 W Fletcher has just recovered from a severe attack of lagrippe Benedict Beavin of Leltcbfleld is spending several days in the city Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian ichurch this Wednesday evening V 0rvUlo r Skillman wI11 lcave for Cal ilbmlu tho eleventh of next month Mr and Mrs John Neubeaur spent Christmas with his relatives In Owens boro Constantly kept in stock a full assortment of all grades of stationery at Bab bages Mies Zilpah Fry mi re of OhenauH is the guest bf her cousin Miss Eunice Crossou Eugouo Â¬ Mr Samuel T Johnson or Uncle Ssmmy as he fs familiarly called to tho surprise ot all his fi lends and rela Â¬ tives hns committed suicide and Ids remains are now lying beneath the sod of tho CloverHit cemetery The particulars ot the Bad and rash ocIRVINGTON currence are rather clcu led and some Â¬ what mysterious but as tar as could be gleaned by a News representative they Miss Ada Hanks spent tho holidays are about as follows with her parents A year sgo or moro Mr Johnson bo Misa Lucy Frank nnd visitors dined came a widower by tho death ot his first old man in with Mls3 Llll McGlothlau Sunday Ho vain sprightly wife Mr Chos Urury and bride dined with his seventyolght year and was soon looking tor another wife She was easily Mrs Kate Uenuett Sunday foundoalTncleSnmmy was very well fixed Mrs John Snider is visiting her broth- Â¬ in this worlds goodp- - having a nice er Mr John Nevitt at Uasln Springs home and n pension income from the Mr A n Coleman spent a few days at Government of 2 1 n month aud on the Vino Grove with his daughter last week second day of December sixteen dajs Miss Myra Hanks of Stcphensport before bis death he was married to a Bpent Christmas eve with Mrs H M Mis E ites a widow who ormerly came Jolly here from Lewlsport Ky Miss Nellie Henderson of Louisvillp The match seemed to be a happy one and Undo Sammy requently expresjed is spending the holidays at her old Sar himselt to his f ionds as being well atoga Place Mrs Nannie Henderson who has pleased with his now domestic surroundbeen sick for some time is able to leave ings But soon a cliango seeded to come her room at this writing over the spirit ot his dreams lie grow Mrs Iteub Miller ot Uardinsburg despondent and last Sunday he was ex- Â¬ spent Xmas with Mr and Mis Piggott tremely so He told a grand daughter and Mr and Mrs Wnhen who was living with him that lie was Miss Lena He usley and MrLawisDitto going to get some poison and kill him- ot Hardlrsburg are the guests ot Mr self Ho came down town and got a Ferd McGeheo and family pint of whisky and some opium As lie Rv Forrest Smith ot Louisville has was returning heme he told a neighbor been down for a few days He filled his The liver is the great driving wheel in the mechanism of man and when it is out of order the whole system becomes de- Â¬ ranged and disease is the result the Secret of Health TO Ttitfs Liver Pils Cure all Liver Troubles YOU ALL Our beat wishes to all our friends and patrons May your pathway through this we extend year be bright bountiful and pleasunt Â¬ LETS BEGIN THE NEW YEAR By giving out some little tokens of our friend- ship to our friends Wo havo a lino of goods that will suit you What is nicer than a pret- Â¬ ty Tokio Oup and Saucer a daily reminder of your friendship Then perhaps you owe a nice present received Onristmas Want to return the Compliment in the shape of a New Years present Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VVfcVVfctVVrJ mmmtitmmmmmmmmmm The place to buy your come to us SULZERS Brandy m v si SW - r Huynes went to Irvington Monday to look after his businesi inter- Â¬ est there The younger four hundred were en- Â¬ tertained by Miss Fannie Smith Monday evening A F Wilson of Louisvilo spent Christmas with his children at Jno II Carsons Dr JM Clayton of Louisvillp who lormeny rtwiteti noro Bpent Uimetmas with frlendti Miss Alico Dixon of Hendenou is expected to ba the guest of Miss Margiret Uowmer this week Mr John flat accompinleil by his friend Mr James Fenn spent Cluist mas with hii mother Mr Cbar eu P Babbage of the Aner ican Grocery cmpauy spent Olirietiias week with iis rdlatives here Onaccou itoi the Quarterly mee ing S G Shell wdl preach at Holt l ext Sunday aft mac n at 230 oclock There am on bundled cans ol cieu vi le sles in ll Tho pubic jcIdoIh liBVO ail ck ed un accouut of t benj D M Dnocan of the MewlV County Mtsenger ipjtit Chrictmt s iUJ with his parents Mr aud Mrs H V Duncan Mr and Mm Wm Iloflieus and Mr and Mrs Till Pauley spent Ohristaias la lilx Misfllla Vfelsenbergi r Is pending trie with relatives aud friendd at Evuasv lie Dr S B Adkision is i til lnvWed to holidays with bar lrotlur She returns Huuday to resume her woik in the St his music Ii x He is short of one tl ing however and that is a lite Ions compan Â¬ Mcjnrad Bchool Xhe M E Sunday School svo a beau Â¬ ion tiful entlrtaVirient t the Elm street The Young L idles Cooking Club will chtvtfilast nlgittoa large and appre Â¬ havu its first meeting at Mis O WMoor- Â¬ ciative audiences r mans and will be entertaued loyally by Miss Jennie Waifleld will visit Miss her fe days and Frank at liaw eyvllle Mr J J Hiynea of ASVdon and Miss frQm tlierdshe goes to spvud several Jessie Hawking vere oft HiterfKun days In Loutsyiile aiarriedWedinsdayi Dec23 at 0j3d Â¬ The GleauerBand gave a very en- ocock joyable evening to tho c iildreri and Rvt Donald Grant will preach aEf rie8 tlielf Mends at the Prebyt rian church of lecture s beginning the first of the last Friday evedng this eveningyeaf His subject will be Pilgrims AYalter Wlsm was jn th i crty Mon l r0SreM- day Ho la talking of raakiig the racd Misses Bseie Jarboo and Mary Moor- for County Surveyor ou the Democratic tcket He is ii good man for the place man ami her little brother John fo to Policeman Williams and Jailer Asbby Skillman to day to spend a week with Cwensboro parsed up on Monday even- Â¬ relatives Dont bo mislead about your printing ings train for Louisville with five negroes implicated in the shooting of Policemau We ore always prepared to do you tails White- factory work- with prices as low as any Miss Addle 6 Ditto accompanied by other offlcd Misa Georgia White went to Clark her nephew Durello Fiiirlelgh of Louls-jllle came down Friday to bo with her Station Saturday to attend tfio funeral of sietor MrS J D Bablwgu and spend Mr Carpenfer father qfjier friend Miss Chrlsimai Pearl Carpenter Miss Xatle Jackson of liawsville Mr fend Mrs Charles May went to CAfue up jo attend thir fueraUof Mr Oweneboro yesterday morning to be the W younger Saturday She re guests of Mr and Mrs E HHrjldnnbach G laalnel antil Sunday the gueet of Mr forjwveral day and Mrs D K Murray MnAV II Bowmer gave a fuoebeon PreochirK at tho Presbyterian church p her daughter Misa Marios next Sunday wonting and evening The la honor Bowsmt Monday evening to a number evening service will couskt of the first of of hertnauy friends the series of ilhistrukd sermons on the Your subscriptions usually xplre tLo Pilgrims IrotKwi Tiekettrfof the en Hni ooarse may b procared from mem- - last of the yer Prompt attention to ordering all periodicals Give us your bcraVf the G leaner BaI of eatile Umt order J D Babbage Jolly void 13 Gore Christmas is over aiul i1mm still re Â¬ to John SquirW They member that our assortwent oJ staple 1100 iKJUBtl each oVd the prlee wm 3 oiyta Ur Jollf Uui on hand now two and fancy groeerlw will always lw ewa amOHUtiiig t pWte Gregory A Glbeea orofMiat fotc 80000 pMtwb Mid 2000 buthek of oor MIm Marlon Bowuer who w a4Uad in pUy good fix for lag iwbool at ScJeace Hill li pending ta his crib U pmm triMf CUrMnM wek with bw jMiranU Mr ad4Cr W II Bowmer Mr gtfn Rhw ot Pinvlllearrlyd Suky fas Hfttad part of Chratdaa with his obMsaitts wiU who tnr vlir Â¬ fc - Do you know the quickest way to euro a sprain or bruise a burn or scald Such injuries are yery common and can be cured quickly if properly tnael Mr J M Amerman of Forks P 0 Colum- Â¬ I havo never found bia Co Pa says anything to compare with Chamberlains Pain Ualra for sprains bruises and burns We have mod it in our family Jpr several years and feel that we cau For sale ut 25 and not do without it 50 cents per bottlo by A R Fisher Druggist Cloverport High School At he clcs Ot the present public-school term the Bchool will be contitiued for a term of four months We hope the patrons will appreciate this opportunity and send their children regularly to school The couBj of study as udopted In 1804 will be completed Iu order to accom Â¬ modate studentsjind persons preparing to teach who may come from other dis tricts and counties a Reyhiw class will be organized to cover all tho common branches methods in teaching oad lit- Â¬ erary life Any icqulries will b cheerfully an Â¬ swered on the same day received by the principal J II B Looak A Christmas over would Wlion he relumed horns his grand- Â¬ daughter askod hiui it he had obtained any poison and ho replied that ho had not but if he had It was nono of hor business She asked him why he want- Â¬ ed to commit suicide aud his reply was that If she were in as much trouble an bo wrp she would waut to die too but ho would not tell what troubled him Ho dfink the whleky in a recsonablo length of time aud Mrs Johnson and his grauit riiughter remained in the It was not room with him all night until his sleep seemed too sound that thy became alarmed They then searche his pock ls and found some opinio andf arlng that he had taken soma o it they sent for a physician Dr A A Simons soon arrived and worked with the doomed innu ull day Mondabutto no avail Ho never re gtlned council tisness but he lingered till OoMouk p in before his spirit took ibi Ipghr The d ceased was seventy eight years old the 3rd day of D cember 1800 Ho farmer and was well wisa known Ul Over tills section To or tt reJ y- a s ago he bought a lot and built a nice iltago residence iu the Ejsttaud sibuib if this city and moved to town He wad un old veteran and was a mem htir of t o Murray Post G A R which hits its exdquartors liere i- - that by Sunday morning his troubles usual apoointment Sunday at the Biptlst bo church Brother Peters and wife are the guests of their daughter Moasbarger Mrs Brother IVters will p reach at tho M E church Wtdnesday evening at seven ocock The Day View Heading Circle will meet with Mn It M McGlothlau the 2ml ot Juuuary Lt all members be present and start out in earnest ou the Now Year Mrs Add Newman Mr and Mrs Harry Mojsr and children ot Louisville aud Mrs Helm and son ot Lexington compose a house party at Mr llatu Washingtons Miss Jen Warflsld of Cloverport MIbs Ull Scott of Ilnrditisburg Misi Maggio Schwilz r of Louisville and Mr Heron of Cluverpjrt are spending a delightful week at Mss Franks Miss MuUle Lee Mororaeu of Brand Â¬ enburg rctne do n Christmas eve to visit friends and relatives Miss More mens friends aro delighted to see her so much improved In health The Christmas true at the M Echurch was quite a succebs and the exerciSfS were very much enjoyed by all specially Misa Bturh Bennetts solo Beautiful Star which she 6aug divinely Mies Hanks recitation aud tho tableau by tho little tots Miss Lucy Frank entertaned Christ Â¬ inas night rom six to ton The house was beautifully decorated In green and pink An elegant supfiur was scrm ubout uine oclock which was very much enjoyed by all Miss Frauks entertain ments are always a source ot great enjoy meut to every one Mils Rue Washington entertained Saturday evening from five to ton About foityeight guests were preseut who wero highly entertained by Miss Wash- Â¬ ington in iter charming style Tho re Â¬ freshments wero ono ot tho main fea- Â¬ tures ot the evening and was very much enjoyed by all Miosis McGehee assisted by Miss Nel- Â¬ entertained Monday lie Henderson evening from 530 to 10 30 in honor ot their guests Mils Lona Hensley aud Mr IjwIh Ditto All enjoyed tho eVeulug aud the hours ft iw by only too fast Tho younir ladies undiratand making their quests evening pleasant Itock-a-Dy-baÂ¬ i Winter in this season as S r a Which by the way is almost a household necessity ef colds is not from the dcnlcr whose goods arc always doubtful even to himself and generally much more so toother people and whose price is necessarily high --r but from the m Bl eu Hi Ki Â¬ Distiller M ei pi at o i Who is the right man in the right place who guards with the g enteft vigilence the purity and superiority of his brandy in aft tlvj details of its preparation and manufacture who eloes not grind leaves trash rotten and withered ap ples as other di tillers do but uses only the nicest fruit VS Â¬ Cl SI s Dinner Mr G P Napperthegenlal proprietor ot tne Nopper House gave his guutts and boarders a genuine feast on ChristmaH day in tho way of a good dinner MENU Hoat Turkey Cory - Oyerf Cranberry Sauce Chicken Saad 1 Cheew Picklei lh Iotaloe Slaw Sweet Potatoes Coffee Mlk Hot Rolli fruit Cale Kngllth GcUtlne Kasiui Ico Cream Oranset NuV Cande After pass Â¬ Holt ing an examination and making a gener- Â¬ al average of not less than 85 per cent the following pupils in their respective grados are Grade V Frtd Rledel 05 Harry Board 04 Sohsol Report Kv Deo 24 J 800 1 wk hd Grade IV Norris Board 07 Lillie August Riedol 03 EiTle Schwar204 Boultlnghouw 02 Bertie Pierce 01 AnnloTate 01 Christopher Boultlng house 00 Alico Board 00 Eugene vBoultingliouse 85 Eldred Tate 85 Grade III -F- rank B White 17 Ollio Bauro 00 Nannie Boultinghouse 06 Grade II Virgil H Fontalp 00 Sallle Williams 00 Idella Stewart 05 Ho was aqilet good uitziu first wife Mlttle TaU 03 highly reppectod by all wtio know him Grade I Mildred Fontaine 03 Sailie He was a cocsslent member of the Pier- - 03 Grade Tate 02 Walker Baptist church for more than sixty years Pauley 02 James B ultlnghouse 01 He was buried at the Cloverport ceme Â¬ Lester Boultinghouse 01 A D Smith tery 00 Francis Smith 80 f Henry Pierce 87 Iwe Merrlt80 Ernest Pferce 80 Mluor Pierce All patrons are solicited to have their EXPECTANT- - W Olfcr Yon a school regularly UIMliDY Which e hlWren INSimnS Pkty uohn GitULAHiJ Teacher si un to mem Tvo lid Cltlzns Pass Away Mr J Tit uurpuy uuer uu mums ui a week duccombed to death last Thnts duy at tl oclock of hemorrage ot tho brain Mr Murphy was an estimable old gentleman and had many friends in this city He formerly came from Fords ville here and has been a clt t n ever since Ho was eeventy nitio years old He leaves a widow rtud several children Mr Murphy had who arj all grown been a member of the Masonic lode for forty three years and was made an hon Â¬ orary member just a few weeks before his dentil The funeral took place at his residence and lie was burled Friday afternoon at 2 oclock by the Masons at tlje Clow rport cemetery This community was shocked to hear of tho death of Mr George M Younger last Friday morning He had been seen on tho streets the day before and looked TESriJttONlALS m though he had nover been sick a day in his life Ha died ol heart trouble and was a sventy eight years old Mr Young Â¬ Frem Citizens of Pennsylvania who er moved here eoniu years ago from his Have Been Cured by Cham Â¬ hym near Hawesvllle Ho ws married berlains Cough Itmedy to Ids present wife about eighteen years ago by whom he had one child a eon Mr W W Pplllen drug clerk with J who survives him with two sons by his V McConnell t And ours- is the only house within our knowledge doing an exclusive sound apple business and our guarantee always goes with the goods Send in your orders while we still have some old BRANDY - m THAT DISTILLER i PR CE 250 PER GALLON JUG INCLUDID 3 KB Uldress Sent GOD by exprss any where W L BURCH l Will pay Rhodelia Ky NB age that broken when it arrives Prof Wilbur R BmithLlngton Ky 100 for any pack is not pure if the Seal is not yiwuwMiUUWMammmuwwmFs fim 0r Is the pcrsou for Grvirory by rnuluiUonent hi dluvlllk pnr noililp All iwrroiii In dtbt to u will ileaw iclllj yonug men w b i wlh Ihe new lirni ul Grcxory libioii K T IOLK ing to be qualified k a cuieoiiY for a good position Cloverpoit Kv Dec 14 a6 Prof to wrlto Administrators Notice Smith secures tho All pcrtont hariiiRcUlmi tgim the ritato ofT dcccueH ru bist paying situa- Â¬ CJ MattlnKlythe unciriVgiicit hereby no Iliad to rn Ihem before tions and hia Col- Â¬ btloru the jrj of Jniiirv iu pivpctly I loven on or k k nttonns AJmV li go Ih endorsed by c Dissolution Notice Ncllceli hereby Eiven that the lUruoBfliis lasaye I attd MOTHERS cr ami CbUd avrid limarak and Wales abt kl CA8TORIA hra4intlMnFND Lm Walls iaM h aud wUIVm jalUr on Uiat Ucl will kii Last summer George W firaalley the famous corrfolfit asd mait ot lUw want abroad In the Intern of the L tdU Home JoumaL Ilk eowmMoa was to writ two articles t one on The Pweowil and the other on HieU of BiMiarck Tho IWtonal Side of tlw FHaoe of Mr Suulley pemowtlly knows Wale both men and be Ua4R0 teiilty in litnglnto eloM toqeh with tbew while would have found Iwmririouut- fliat of these aHidlec nuarylasu ot rtraita wilt MOTHERS FRIEND iM f Ita ii HiiorJriHiKktHwlH uu t u N llfK a4 RM J was out all one nlidit lust winter and con tracted a severe cold I wai so hoarse or a week I could hardly speak Know tiir how well customers ot our storo spoke ot hambcrlaina Cough Itemed I roncludul to try it One halt ot a bot- Â¬ tle cured mo entirely J A Van Valzab Hugesvlllp Pa Obamberlalus Couijli Remedy Biij s lias proven so valuable that I do not hts itate to recommend it to any one DrF Winger Ephrata Pa says Mr J D Kllue a cigar maker of this place reports a complete cure o his courIi with a 50 cent bottle o Obamber Â¬ lalus Cough H imody after he had tried Vor aale at S3 and otheis which Ailed It Visber iO cents per bottlo by A Druggist - uuivrULUfil LUIUamM 1a liini lilrlli ut lur Ural olilMoM M4 ot inliiyiiliiilHiirKiiiiU Hour wirniw llilli nliolt4Hi iHivlorHivlfw4hxK lJliHNaTUNKilliMW Al 8uil ly Mult nr KprcHimicliol i rit iwiiiea reM Hlt IDMKU WtUllUWtt CO MU U v- wwi4lrJ - j mtt MO Owtr lode No 0Wi6 Ilwtedto 4 at la4 regular or eteeWd the Lllwlig oWwn Q the eiwulng fmn JW Ickbart Dr aava kmu wd v U HPWk8rD Harrington Try D4yUl 8har Jr D Joha CUiplm Vltr J S W I StwlUy W Mwdor B Hanl WM TrlpUt Jacuw business bauken Piof WnauK n Smith men etc Among InmOTOX his thousands of graduates In business at over America as merchants bankers ofllcIaKare nearly 3000 in Kentucky Hon ft I Gray National Hank Exam Â¬ iner of Texas and J E Urock ot a St Louis bank receiving fcJ000 a year are both Keutucky boye and like 100 other graduatea of Prof Smith occupylnglucra- tivei bank positions found their Duslnesa Course and Diploma from tils Umego to have been a prsport to their positions Prof AViU Hon J M Samuels bsjb bur It fciulth Is antleman ot cl u acter aid ability evinced by the different pos Â¬ itions of honor and trust to which he has been called tfor over -- 5 yeaia he has Klitcator 20 bee njurciHtfat Biluc-f-yean aa Preaideut of the Commercial College o Kentucky University of which I am a graduate Un wm a Worlds PJr Commlilow from Kentucky J aUw Pisa Uie CtmWr ol Coonuare and Ve P aldHtof a National ad w veare a prtKtleal Accountant KiiUMtioti or a if vow wbli a Kuaimew kHowMf at 1HioucwraBby Typewrit eM 1 s State otllcials ealt of John T 1111J fimm deceatl are hereby notified to Mttl at my office In Union Star Ky within l j daye uiu Irom IhUdate All peren huin cleima agaistt the ame ettatei are notifieU to present them propeily V awl Ar Wheeler Notice pruveu wilhin K C KICHAUPSON Admr for J T ond Suvin Vheter una time iecd J David b Murray fie In lurdlniburir Ky on or teore Ike firl ofl uvutry 1897 Given under mr bind thlt I day of Dec iM- VG BLUE SPRING HERD VXt A Murray Breckearidge Oireult Ceurt Adrar Ilalotiff ic J Ntle In - DffiniUiA ttqulty iilli Ppeiiy rrarii anny Iadbag MI dr i CC hlt t Bk all AAIK CM HA P InnroHd ClneUr Wfctle u4 faluei Chine tfenuitw No JM1 twine Ieile rH IDE OT lMMfffeWlir at ih iee wftkt DinkiaH iraan Kotucky o ffraJaatlou adelres- - oalv -- 1 UmSk UsisgloA Ky Hxu nm vtv ptuing plUe itosk rumUU Kgge f iwat Ualvejteilr mkt vi pery carefully pacKed bri fOr pKllouatf eipay weqw Kof w B Hntmii iteMciiMiy AFAlllU CUkSi Mb K J f is 39 m swuaoHaNRTDam RELIQigUS Tim altars at home are a vanishing element in he bosy life U today Vou may say job cats Worship as well in the temple of nature or at home hot as a fact the great life of rtllgicn has al ways comb from some church some sa Â¬ cred spot where praise ami prayer testi Â¬ fy to the eoBimonest need f the manli Â¬ est souls KflV James De-- Noruiandie Unitarian Boston All Work la Noble The mechanics work is m noblo in its way as the profession of law medi Â¬ cine or the ministry and tho Brook- Â¬ lyn bridge is as grand an achieve aent as the works of Virgil Tho yon th seenld choose that for which he is in leaded by natnre but all should begin their battle with the world believing Rov E R Dillo and trusting in God Methodist San Francisco The Tower of Faith A Christian eeamotescapo temptation bnt ho can resist and overcome it Oar trouble lsthat wo lose faith If thf dis Â¬ ciples faith had not failed thoy need not have awakenod tho Master Givo mo faith and I will meet the stormiest sea Give mo faith and I will turn the prison cell into a palace and tho handoull of steel to glittering gold It is not tho day of miracles but tho day of faith that has past Rev J W Portor Bap- Â¬ tist Louisville Go4 Lave the Beautiful God boliovcs in the moral inflnonco of beauty Thorn is not an ugly thing in natnro that iu natural It would hnvo been BrJffloicnt for agircultnral purposos night it the sun had set everyto paint in gray tho sky But ho sends his angels ip glory A raindrop is so simplo a thing and yet it has tho possibility of the rainbow No artist has yet been nblo to blend it colors in suoh a sweet symphony Who of us would havo thought to have painted n rugged rook with such marvelous benuty God did it bcoauseho loves beauty Rov Smith T Ford Baptist Now York Â¬ - JNWW 3S5JR fcrpVJweviunApej QJUOVMW0f iVV i Breckenridge W1DKB8DAY news 1896 Tiere Will Be Xe Wwr There intma lobe an hW thai the recognition of Cuban independence by tho United States k UtaDHt to a declaration of war against Spate and some o f our readers impressed with the idea have come to the cobcIujIoh that those who advocate the recognition of lie independence of Cuba are advocating war As a matter of fact the recognition of Cuban independence Is no more a declara Â¬ tion of war againet Sjwlu than adeclara tion of Democratic principles would be We think indeed that such recognition would for a time tend to embarasi the nat Â¬ ive campaign of he Cubans rather thaa help it only for a time however tor the moral influence of recognition by a government as powerful as ours would presently enable the Cubans to float a loan and thus equip themselves for the serious business of operating and defend- Â¬ ing a government of their own But the recognition of Cuban inde Â¬ pendence would lmposo on the United States obligations of the strictest neutral- Â¬ ity aa botweon the combaants Neither Cuba nor Spain would be allowed to pur- Â¬ chase munitions of war here and the fitting out of filibustering expeditions tor Cuba would coma to an end In short the Cubans would still have to fight their own battles but thoy would have an accredited legation at Washington and Ihelr government would he enabled to float the bonds necessary to more thoroughly equip their army with snows of war It is true that Spain might declare war against the United States should the Cameron resolution be made operative but it is not at all likely I he Spaniards are hot headed but the men who control affairs are probably not lunatics A dec- Â¬ laration of war would go outside of all precedent When Spain recognized the confederate states as an independent gov- Â¬ ernment the United States did not find in that action a cause for going to war with Spain Even now as our telegrams show tho tone of the Spanish has becomo more moderate Canovas the prime minister is quoted assaying that the Cameron resolution while It might strain the rela- Â¬ tions between Spain and he United States would not furnish a cause for war and he leaves it to be distinctly undei stood that what Spain has been fearing and what she would resent by a declaration of war is armed intervention As there is no by tho United States present likelihood of that it may be said there is no likelihood of war so that those whose fears are about to run away with them may address themsjlves to the repose with an arsnranco of peace ought to bring with it The Constitution is in favor of the recognition of Cuban independence be causo the people of this Republic with- Â¬ out rrgard to parly are in favor of it and because it is tho duty of this Repub- Â¬ lic wrought out of just such a struggle as that which is going on in Cuba to de- Â¬ clare to the world its sympathy for those who are fighting in freedoms cause A great many people whose souls have been narrowed down to the sizj of the almighty dollar will say that this is S3n timent We reply that it is sentiment pure and simple but it is a 8ntiment of tho sort that makes freedom precious that makes liberty worth lighting for and that makes life worth living Pluck it out of mens hearts and you will have a population without religion without patriotism and without ambition At- Â¬ lanta Constitution Texas Lands Tbxab Nov 10th 1890 Ed Austin itor Breckknridoe Nkws Henry SarÂ¬ gent of Fayetto county Texas E Wins low Clark of Missouri W 0 M Baker of Mississippi F Belford and Arthur Thynne residence not known left Texas together for Kentucky in 1861 aban Â¬ doning their land in Western Texas which now awaits claim of their hejra A rich iron mine recently discoyered on Sargents land hasbrought these matters to light and cause Bearcu to be made for the parties or their heirs Perhaps this will interest your readers as these men no doubt left decendanta in your State Further information will be given if re- Â¬ quested Respectfully James B Uoff Sou DEOSHBER08 Sene XttfeUBgTh9HgMs y nkmo Copyrighted of the country this week thero will be houtIngi and noise to welcome In tho New Year I cannot quite understand this almost universal exaltation It Is hardly because of what we have done or a good many of tw have accomplished nothing more the making of a Journey of 3G0 days nearer to the end And then we howl with joy at the prospect of 305 more to bo spent in an equally ainilcrs fashion Perhaps it Is the joy exag- Â¬ gerated of the child who rubs off one puzzling examplo from tho blackboard and then starts again This supposition brings me to tho question of New Years In every hamlet the worldly ones and strangles for eet etadattiaal exa4talkrf hat the srirenl straggle will g just so far as Christian Â¬ ity rules tho World It will die out if modern skepticism gets tho upper hand So the Christian spirit strangling for a higher lifo shoald guard against these influences and iu tho silent conflict that way not be shared by nny other forgo onward toward tho light of eter Â¬ nal happiness that shlucs Woro hlrq Rov Dr Jumos O Murray Princeton University Our Guardian rayswill be similes Are fcaterMpeeultu to Roods Ilns Snail hi size tasteless efflelent thorough As one maa E aty a K asy to to i KV Take The Greatest Sensation Operate Of The Day Is GEO YJGAKEL COS resolves By an absurd mlsQtness this season has come to bo regarded as the favorablo time for making resolutions a tendency that results unfortunately in keeping the Recordor of Deeds most busy writing To down the failures and mistakes lump all good intentions into one day pf the year whllo our carelessness of good during all the other days has weakened our moral fiber is to invito failure abso- Â¬ Tho time for a lute and nauseating good resolution is tho time that any par- Â¬ ticular temptation is strongest Then while tight In the whirl of the struggle against wrong doing a sincere deep felt determination is much more likely to be effective than If wo reserve it for the clcarlng houee day of year it is not at all unlikely that many of the temptations that have assailed us most strenuously in the year gone by will be absent and outresolutions therefore will be worse than useless because of their lulling induenco upon our moral sens s We are to fight hour by hour and day by day and not once a year The sailor cannot temporize with a storm and say Kudo Boreas if you will kindly come blustering here on the 1st of January shall then bo in harbor with everything snug No the poor fellow must hustle up tho whistl- Â¬ ing shrouds hang on by the skin of his teeth while ho clears away the wreckage above pull and haul Btrain and struggle till by supremoelTort he makes every- Â¬ thing safe Learn from him 1 Ir foods Saprerao Court God mado his supremo court nlmighty and all knowing Ho scut his apostles ijitp the world to decido disputes nnd Go yo therefore end controversies unto nil nations caid our Lord Ho authorised them to say what was so nnd what was not so And so tho ond and arbiter of all controversies is the Christ that moveth about us and abid oth with us Hp is tho judge to whom Ho is Wo can tako nil our differences tho mpgistrato at whoso foot wo can lay all our qunrrols and from whom wo can expect fair treatment man to man Rev Father P O Yorko Catholic San Francisco A New Host Then let us not make futile resolves regarding the whole category of sins and weaknesses against which life is a con- Â¬ stant battle But If we must resolve just to bo like others then let it be To be watchful unrelenting with ourselves to crush tho lower nature to feed the higher to scatter seeds of kindnets un officiously and gently day in and day out If wo die rich our heirs scram- Â¬ ble for the dross we leave behind if we die poor wo nro only paupers whom no- Â¬ body owns if we die learned others will arise mightier than we but if either rich poor or learned we die be- Â¬ loved then our lives not in vain and our memories shall liye at least as long as those live who love us So you you turn to your vain and dismal task you poor folks with another dreary grind of labor before you you students piling up knowledge that will surely slip from you glorify and transmute it all into beauty and grandeur by nn honest effort to live tho Golden Itulo money-makersas Â¬ tako more pleasure in discovering a wornfat the heart of a noble tree than in standing off to admire its symmetry To such a lion is not a noble beast but meroly the supporter of some disgusting parasites To such a clump of woods is not a thing of beauty but merely a har- Â¬ bor for wood ticks To such great and good characters are inconceivable Each one hath ts wood tick its parasite Its worm and thoy rejoice thereat To you tendor hearted maidens too kind to hurt an animal to you brawny boys too man ly to smite a fellow from behind to you mothers and fathers tho tutors and guides of hoys and girls shut down re Â¬ lentlessly on gossip in tho year to come A shrug of the shoulders a ques Honing tone or an unjust surmise may serve to blast a reputation that has been built by years of goodness Almost my closing Thought this week hi on the horror oj injustice the depth of mean ness shown in idle talk by those whoso MM who lives at ueansaro tender and noble in every corner of Nicholson Anderson Sts the At- Â¬ Curran and other jespect lanta Ga bad a cancer for years It first appeared on his lip and resem- Â¬ There la for most of us poor mortals a bled a fever blister but spread rapidly to destroy the large degree of isolation in life Our in and soon began uncle had died flesh His father and from ner experiences we cannot-- voice to those Cancer and he Bought ihebe6t medical around us our battles with wrong with aid in different cities but it seemed im- Â¬ in are beyond human ken even out possible to check the disease Several operations the can- Â¬ ward sorrows call for scarcely more than cer alwayswere performed butcontinued returned This a passing thought of svmnathv on tlA for years until the partition in his nose part of the greaf rushing world whose J and his entire up- per lip were eaten t oiiuua it 10 enter into our feelings away All treat- about as fully as the scientist enters into meat having proved 1 mai the anxieties and fears of the insect that futile he looked upon death as the Equirm under his microscope What only relief fools we mortals be who add to our iso Â¬ Some one re Â¬ lation in the crowded ways of life by commended SSS sticking out tho porcupine quills of re and slfroWsSsmM he says afford a few bottles pulsion To have friends to do for us wd tome relief thai we must show a willingness to do and encouraeed I con wfler for them r tinued it andÂ¬ it was not long be fore the progress of My New Years wish to that the yqj k the disease seem beetwiahoaof alf those who love yoa ed checked I persevered In Us beet mype ally realized use and remarkable as it may seem I am completely cured and feel like I have new life SSS is the most ra Lmarkablc remedy iu verve will agree that Use cw was a fcfr OS woauerfel one Be not among those who rrjoice In finding out evil doing and weakness in others There are some who seemingly His Up Gone Tho Old Testament saints form a ros Â¬ ter that camic t bo duplicated by any Single nation nor yotby a list composed of tho best examples of all nations up to tho timo of tho coming of Jesus Into tho world The characteristics arc a clear apprehension of God a recognition of tho supromaoy of righteousness and nh heroic loyalty Yet there was need of something better of n now host of saints tho old woro and whoshonld be all in addition should show forth tho now truth Jesus himself camo into the world to reveal and through its workings es- Â¬ Rev J tablish tho kingdom of God F Stout Methodist St Paul A Plea For the Turk For half n millennium tho Turk has been standing astrido tho Bosporus with uplifted scimetor Tonight his namo is on every lip iri every land with accents of vituperation denunciation and calls for judgment against him Nothing too bad can bo said of him He is called the incarnation of everything dotcstable and unspeakable As a soldier ho is said to bo tho concrete ex Â¬ pression of cowardice and fiendish bru- Â¬ tality Yet the Turk never did as tho soldier of the Thirty Years war when all Europo was filled with armies out ting eaoh others throats in the namo of Jesus Christ Ho never did what tho Epgllsh soldiers have dono blown help less prisoners from tho mouths of shotted cannon a punishment invented by tho subjects of her gracious Britannia majesty t empress of India by tho grace Brutal as tho Turkish soldier of God may be ho bos ueyer been guilty of one half tho atrocities tho Spanish are committing in tho Philippines and right hero at our very doors iu Cuba That ho is courageous let tho cold moonlight that looked down in tho trenches of Plovna tell when ho died with his fuco to tho foo with nd hope of roward To is proverbial a fight like a Turk synonym for courage The Armenian is a born conspirator Ho is oily obsequi- Â¬ ous and wily Ho is plotting night and day against tho Turkish government against tho Turkish religion Nearly 200000 Armenians are in Constantino- Â¬ ple and a competent authority has de Â¬ clared that every one is a nihilist and a bomb thrower Thoy are responsible for tho outrages They throw bombs into schooihouses and from tho roofs thoy provoke conflict with the polioo nnd in tbo stplen garments of Turks commit crimes the blame for which thoy seek to throw oa innocent Mussulmans Tho root of the whole matter is political in- Â¬ Rev L M Haldeman Baptist trigue of Saint tat Â¬ Â¬ New York The Source of Light V w ymw CtfSziZ oIc1Wo eemiy Ky la OJLTOXA thurtdnd k lolly 1 0 If Grant a pfotnineaf druggist Qiwet Boom a afctt A RealinBlood Remedy Caneer aA H to expect aa operation to were ft Um blood of aiimjhijt in p MUtrltatttaataok address I sell a do W freer nium tejtjCPrJJeira FneTar HoMy to om asrutopectac Co Atlanta nycrWkfrd of rrfdcn It k tttfbeat swm euammltHt jmvtly wrtitMt it a reel remedy for every diseue of the blood 885 sss In the midst of all our invention dis Â¬ covery and boasted knowledge we need to remember that not ono steady ray of light baa been found concerning duty or destiny All the light that we have upon the great problems of the soul comes from him who hath broeghi lfe and immortality to light through the gespeh Rev Virgil K Kerer Meth olist Philadelphia There Js a Hell Cousoieaee k the sentiment of the soul and reaiowo its pain Helf has become a myth in any nbvsioal sense but ooaseienoe and remorse remain The man of sin may saeer at the traditional hell but the hell of suffering In body and mind for brokea laws remains In these m in the luer molding of life it self pain has its mission Mtd iu a ateaeare jeetifies Its existence Key K A While tfalvenwlSat Gbioftfo deed From KtfH I have beard many ooord person say that the refusal of hwd lords aad agents to rent bowses taejr wwated has beea the cause of their pawhasing home of their own Imfc wAltse as have been verMeA fa Ike ih m m In Um mHh Jh m la Um boa fatfen of twymas God wade soxh aeon foetat a wean of heJptnc to ewrry eat hlsjrrasjtu pjaa of aaJvariaw Rer W B rfw4ewwi Afrfeatt Methodist Pitts Â¬ burg Â¬ order Â¬ TWICE-A-W11C0UKISR JOUR Â¬ ed differently perhaps our feet would NAL lorn swift to seek tho devious paths be of aar ighteourncss more ready to enter the narrow way that Icadctb to eternal Beginning the first rf the new year Met aad surely if tho caw of our heart the Wfokly Courier Journal of Louie were quick to hear tho whisper of our angels voices our eyes to behold tho vitlo Ky will be changfd to the Twice It will be pub Â¬ preseneo of onr nngol gnardlans our a week Courier Journal lives would bo holier and happier for lished Wednesday and Saturday morn Â¬ happiness is only found in righteous- Â¬ ings The paper will be six pages or ness and tho nugcls of light are the twelve psges a week instead of ten pages meseengern of tho God of righteousness weekly asat present an increase of 632 Rev Father Charles J Powers San columns of matter during the year The Francisco Wednesday issue wijl bo devoted exclu- Â¬ The Model Wire Every man bioescd with n good wifo sively to the news and pollticp while tie knows that n largo moasnro of his Hue Saturday Issue will be strictly a family cess usefulness nnd elevation is to bo paper filled with sorles miscellany attributed to tho companion of hia pictures poetry sketches etc The pol- Â¬ choice It is not possible for all women itics of he paper will not be changed to bo learned or to keep pace in Intellec- Â¬ and the battle for pure Democracy and tual improvement with their husbands true Democratic principles will be con- Â¬ but they can Rtndy to gain in discretion and in proper control of the tongue If tinued successfully in the future as in the past In spite of the esp mo In- Â¬ tiiey temper their speech with charity if they cnltlvnto loving thoughts and volved in tho improvement noted the express them in words of kindness and price ot tho Twice-a-wce- k Cornier jour- Â¬ sympathy thoy are suro Jo promote n nal will remain the same one dollar a spirit of harmony nnd good feeling in year with liberal inducements to agents tho homo and in tho social cirola iu or old subscribers who send iu new ones A feature during the coming year will be Rev Stephen W which they move the editorials of Mr Henry Watterson Dana Presbyterian Philadelphia on political and other topics of the day The Choice of a Profoulon No singlo act cf n mans lifo has for NEW TAVT F 01 Lt him and his dependents such farroach ing results involved as tho choipo of a Formal Work on It Will He llrgun by the Way anil Meant Committee profession How n calling in life is to Washington Dec 28 Formal work bo chosen is ono of those things which cannot bo answered in a word but it is on the now tariff bill will b6 begun by fnif to say that aptitudo education tho ways and means committee today capital audcircumstunccs should all bo when tho first pf tho scries of hearings carefully considered Competition has Trhich ore to extend over 13 days will bef becomo so keen ond the flight of timo held Judged by tho amount of corre- Â¬ relatively so much moro swift than over spondence which has cdmo to tho com- Â¬ mittee ou tho subject thero is a moro before that no mistakes can bo made and few men nro over given tho oppo- Â¬ widespread interest in the forthcoming rtunity to choose n profession twico So bill than has attached to any other reand of much time is lost and so many limita- Â¬ vision of the tariff desiretho number bo to appear business men who Â¬ tions havo boon crented after ono de fore tho committee is unusually great cision that it usually remains n decision The program arranged by Chairman for life Rev A A Berle Cpngrega Dingloy and his colleagues contemplates To hear tionalisr Boston sessions from 10 to 4 oclock all tho interests which will be on tho Tho Bible with ono or two schedules of Tho extremists nro wrong Tho Biblo ground to bo covered each day tho rep- Â¬ the bill is not an iufalliblo book nor is it nil resentatives of every interest will bo error It is not nu unholy book nor is obliged to condense their statements it holy in every dotuil It is not tho No allotment of timo has been made in work of ignoraut men nor is it the on Â¬ advance to any applicants but on each ly work of God It is not all legend and day tho commit teo will arrange a pro Â¬ gram based on tho number who appear myth nor is it nil truo history aud litto speak eratureIt is not n tissuo of falsehood Tctomber of Instead of listening to each the various delegations tho nor is it absolute truth It is not all tho committee will avoid repetitions by ask Â¬ absurd outpourings of illiterate men ing every delegation to select a spokes- Â¬ nor is it all the highest aspirations of man to present its viows genius Itisjt combination of both It Several labor organizations havo sig- Â¬ is a symbol an omblom an nspiration nified their intention to make argu- Â¬ of tho child of earth after the Father in ments before tho commlttco iii the in- Â¬ heaven an intense yearning of tho hu Â¬ terest of protection for tho industries in man soul after its Divino Maker It con- Â¬ which they aro workers In addition thero will be representatives of various tains all tho fallacies duo to human au- Â¬ commercial bodies as well as the usual thorship all the mistakes incidental to delegations of manufacturers producers human thought The true lover of-- tho of raw materials and Importers Biblo will acknowledge this It is tho The statements made orally to the enemy of tho good book that demands committee as the moro valuable of tho moro Rubbl J Leonard Levy Phila- Â¬ written statements submitted will bo printed After tho hearings to out- Â¬ delphia siders it is probable that government officials particularly tho appraisers A PECULIAR BUSINESS will be called upon for assistance and expert testimony from other quarters Breeding anil Catching Lecchei For the mav bo asked New York Market Tire In Urookljn James Part it and his children earn Nkw Yor K Dec 28 Fire yesterday all tho money they ninko raising leech- Â¬ destroyed tho repair shops of the Bush es for tho work of breeding tho blood Wick division of-- the Brooklyn Heights suokers on tho Partit farm on Toms Railway company and a 4 story frame river near Lacy N J js nothing com- Â¬ building used by Welz r Zerwicks pared With tho labor of catching them Drawers as a storage house iu Brook- Â¬ Tho wary leech will take hold cf nothing lyn Total lass 105000 well covered but human flesh so tho members of tho Dy insurance Cause of Are unknown Partit family big and little plungo Sir John llrown Dead their legs into tho swamp and draw Sheffield Eug Dec 38 Sir John them up presently with tho prey at- Â¬ Browh founder of the Sheffield steel tached is dead Ho was born in 1810 was Farmer Partit doesnt scorn to thlnfc firm of Sheffield in 18W 3and master mayor a littlo blood letting hurts ono cutler thero iu 1865 0 He held various Thoy are agood as a doso of spring local offices aud was formerly proprie- Â¬ pLysio says he Why me and the tor of the Atlas iron and 8teel works boys get so fat and healthy doing nothing Ixath Iu a Drunken Quarrel all wiutor that we need something like New Haven Deo 28 Thomas II wo fished this to keep us in order If too long at a time they might do some Fitzgerald onco a popular musician harm but wo know when to stop Aft- Â¬ was killed early yesterday during a er tbosensou is over wo feci fresher and drnnkentoquarrel anTho police hare been secure identification of h unable better than if we hudut been leeching assailants bet they believe he received aro just like motquitocs thoy a knife throat iuteuded for another Tbcy suck out all tho bud blood and leave tho good nnd thats why I tppposo we feel so good after n mouths work in tho 1 swamp I think wed all have malaria in this wet plnco if it wasnt for down tho leeches No mui could wuito through such a niudhole without get ting malaria Without a single exception therc uulofs konuihiEg liljut Lim is beyond doubt no greater or more His farm yields 6C0000 leeches a year and the price is 20 or SO cents for popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer 100 giving uu annual inecnie of 1000 to tho family Tho market is New York or a more successful publisher than or Philadelphia vbro tho leeches ore its proprietor Mr John R McLean distributed to the Undo The old time pricesVor the Daily Half a century ago this would have beon a great business but tho belief in Enquirer have been maintained and leech oa hai fallen off iu this country its circulation largely increased each Europe clings to tho practice aud Paris year hard times and cheaper jour consumes 3000000 leeches yearly while Loudon finds uso for over 7000 nals failing to arrest its onward march 000 a year and high appreciation of the public James Partit or his Loys when wad Â¬ ing discovered the presence of the leech- Â¬ for its true worth and merit es iu his swamps He looked up the sub The Weekly Enquirer at beginning ject and decided that he would supply of the campaign yearwas offered at the American market which hitherto bad depended en Europe lie found that So cents a year and its circulation buyers preferred tho Hungarian fellow increased by the addition of over of olive green without spots or else the 3ooooo new subscribers the most German leech with dark green body substantial and coveted testimonial a spotted below with black He got a few specimens and put thoa in the pond publisher could desks Xfaey multiplied rapidly after their alte Â¬ When asked for th secret of such ra lee the water quakes were extermi Â¬ success Mr McLean frankly answers t nated aud toon the first leech pond m the country was established Tbeyoaag The Enquirer has no opinions to force are ready for market iu rbout a year upon iu patrons it simply prints the tat reprodaotiontakeu three years The facts and tells the truth that the reader average life of a leech is 1 ar 0 years By Usually a healthy ma etm fish in tho way form kiftown optsions swamp foaror nve hears withwit JesJug maintaining the price of the paper eaoaffh blood to exhaust him The keen more news and greater variety can be has three Jaws aud from W to M Ueih Whea these get going ia a stoat tinte furaished and every class of business the keefcwMl swallow are Umi his itjgpjatts ottered to which a cheaper weiahtia Wood canwrf ajfosd thaa Um All this hr mora pleas viuu ULui l pmotka elaewaera aboat New York of fwttewiftg laeoaas for the marital in da Enquirer by the public at bug makes OMpii old harass vbiea hate beea on u mcamfttot anon the nuuts sum to the honey awt Mew York to serve it fiuthfully with0tof exareas bo If wo faith perhaps our lives would Ancli would but sco with eyes of talili Yoiuicrerkiiowjoi have taken a plH till It Is nil I Itooit Co ever jms FroprlctorJ towell Muss Tho oely pffls to take with Heeds Barseparilte Hoods Great Cut Price Sale 21 lbs Granulated Suear 1 00 7 lbs eood Green CodVp Si on m Pils Read our price list below and convince yourself that we are doing just what we say These Prices are for thirty days andforCash or Produce only 25 pre inousjheavy boots worth 160 00c 50 pre ladieV calf button shoes at 71c 08 prslnens suspenders at Dc 25 csps for boys at 7o 13 pre gnnts gold plated cuff button at linen towells worth 20rt at 15c rhlffs worth 15c at 7 1 ic 1 lot Indlca nnd Misses handkerchiefs Os Dress id dole worth 25a st 15c worth 6c at ill 2c 30 pr ladies oinbdy slippers woith 1 00 3 pint tin cups for 5c at 60c 4 00 pr mens glovi s worth 60c at 25c 50 pr ttpna calf cork sole shoes woith 05 pr boys gloves woith 50c at 15c 225at125 35 ladles silk embroidery handkerchiefs 69 pr ladies patent tip Dong kid shoes worth 25c at 15c Worth 1 50 at f 1 00 1 lot Now Albany jpons worth 35c at 10 1 lot mens overcoats worth 0 00 at 3 75 Mens floo black fur hat worth 2 00 at 1 lot mens casimore suits worth 7 00 08c at 308 1 lot boys hals worth 25o at 15c 1 lot mens One black suits worth 10 00 5o yds ladies cloth brown and black at 7 40 worth 1 00 nt 75c 75 25 lbs Light Brown sugar 100 25 yds heavy nice Brown Cotton 1 00 20 pee best blue Calico only 4 1 2c 8 pes One black and blue Henrietta lJc 45 pieces good dress Glngiain fie 1 lot of ladies ombroideried Handkcr- - V 2c at X t fL Visit The GREAT BARGAIN STORE G EO YEAKEL - BRANDENBURG CO ep n Ml l KY CLIFTON MILLS GENERAL STORE Now has a first class General Store where you can buy anything you want in tho way of DRY GOODS GROCERIES CLOTHING OR FARMING IMPLEMENTS You can not only buy what you want but you can sell anything you havo in the way of Farm Produce Timber Ties and Lumber at tho highest market price Tho proprietor of this storo is tho energetic and accommodating Who will be glad to sec you and havo your trado Hor Inside Ioclfut She has pockots In her Jacket Hho linn iockoti In licr dross Bbe has pocketfc In liorliloomora And tnoat everywhere I puess And the thrustu her ihilnly fingers In n way that inakos in start In tbe littlo Inslrio pocket That lies just above her heart Fur not Iodk ago I Rave to her A photograbli ot mine And she vowed that on her bosom CHARLES RADENHEIMER BANK or HAEDIITSBUEG Capital Stock 835 000 Surplui 7 600 B F BEARD Prsuldsnt WILL MILLEK Vlee Prosldonl It forever should recline Bat her tantalizing manner Often fllk me with despair Till my heart grows weary longing Just to know that It is there New York Sun Jay Journal Embroidered Suspenders Theres no dandy busiucsSnbcutit just plain hard sense he said Sinco tho new woman has niadu herself so distressingly apparent I havo had to havo my initials put on nearly every Â¬ QW RMJ0LL7 MORRIS KSKRIDUE M II BEA11D BBAKD 1 V CMtr -- I BiTfOtor INTEREST PAID ON TIME IE0SPS Its THE ST LOUIS WEEKLY thing no cscuse for my wifo thinking Chicago Post hers Genteel Hadduceelsm I wear bo that there would Inlloston bo its POST DISPATCH wiy50 THE CENTS A This reminds us of tho osistonco in Go to Boston of genteel Sndduceoism any club where tho talk over drifts from horsos cards or women whero thero is nt least n brave show of iutorohaugo of thought and soveu out of ton protend to disbelieve or do really dlsboliovo in tho mortality of tho soul They uro nppar- cntly content to walk pleasantly ana well suited toward annihilation Boston Journal tnmjS T nimimli Dead Fkedhrick Md Deo 28 Charles W Hoffnmu LL D librarian of the United States supreme court since 1879 died at his homo in this city yesterday of pneumonia Ho was 57 years of ago unmarried ami leaves an estate worth nearly I1C0CQ0 Tho Fairer of Union Union and viotory union and peace unioit and life Not to tho vehement and tho violent bnt to tho goutlo and tho tender dnd the wiso must wo look for tho spirit and policy that shall win for us tho Inst citadel of worldliucss Hov Frank Tyrrell Christian St Louis - vbab PAPER GEATrlESIIVEil The Post Dispatch Is the Only Metropolitan That Championed the Free Sliver Causo In Advance of the Nominat- Â¬ ing Conventions It Stands Pat for Free Silvervfor Western Men and Measures for the People Aualnst the Po- lltlcal Bosses Pluto crnts Combines Trusts and CorpoÂ¬ i ration Oppres- Â¬ sion FTTSIOjrtN MLEAN John McLeans Great Newspaper Democratic and Populist Committees Agree on Terms 0ioitoroMistjr The Dtmocratio aud Populist committees of McLean county mot In con ference at Calhoon Tuesday There was a full representatioaof both committees at the meeting and a fusion on tho county offices as perfected The Populists by this agreement will gtt the county judge circuit clerk and atswsor The Democrats will get the other oounty officers including the representative in the Irgsative After tliis conference the Democratic committee held a meeting and called a primary ior April a ana ueciacu tua only those who voted for Bryan and those who were for Bryan but were pre vented from votingNby sickness or other disability and all young men wlio will oast their first legal vote at the next No Â¬ vember election Who may give evidence of their purpose to support tho Demo Â¬ cratic party and continue to support it shall be allowed to vote in the pri mary The Populist committee will call a oonvtwWou to nominate their three representatives on the fusion ticket The faiioaiets are in fine coMtHiott is McLean ooynty and their aeAe yesWr ky iwMifee them eucoesa at the iwxt eleetloa They ewried McLean edtwty In thfe laet letio by 464 ma irity and are avw so porfcotly ami barmoeletwly organised that Uw XapuUicang wlU sM itiutfdiy worth wMW to inrngein a tWiat to oppose them Â¬ Â¬ You 1 1 find the WEEKLY 1OITDI PaTUU lDdi renisb da log tlo jear lb97 Tbe Jar 181 7 l going ii be brimful of Int r rst Tbe mouiiugii the MKInfoy AiIiaIu Utrallou with a new Congres eleotei up n a gold pla furra meant legiilatioa of a kiad mitt til viun iDtentt every reader In tbe ountry and especially In the Wet and South HinoUl tteutlon will lie raid ib the WEEKLY P031 D18PATOU to tbli news of a nitlonil cb racier uad It will be disunited- - editorially from thq point of view of tbe West and South as contra lied with tlitt of Wall street The campaign for free silver will ga pa In 1897 and nothing can do so much fohel along tho campaign oi education as a newspaper like tbe wEKKLY POST DISPATOlf tbli Is shown lu the faot that In Missouri and In evtrr other locality where the has a large circulation the gain of Democracy and free silver were of a sweeping charaoter The rOST DIfPATOH diietve tbe rupport of all l ree Blivcr Democrats Lcoaujo o the great fight It made In tto recent campaign for Democratic principles and tho Democ add ticket lUrioo the tree Silver men evervwhera should wily to its support by sending In tbelr subscription ana Inuualng otbc to subscribe spe H The Air We Breathe contains Oxygen aiid Nitio gen in the proporfionoCon to five r V y4i Wl drsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen Oxygen and Nilro-ge-- n the former greatly in excess oiono and is vrjr soluble In water llmt liber Â¬ ate it it ia raken into the lungs by inkalatioW absorb d by the Ueod which it purifies and so goee dirtly to thfi seat of all UivjWefej Send tor mu too fjkfpfc Treitia Sent we -- eitaina Jftaj r tu Sj o BrtiM ftaMafc Mi MaMta saw eerad terphee ia mieyavrcsT dMte of cramp or dl UNnilwutta hUmi mm Wttof IhsAMTwJI - tfl HPi it I W A 8LOOU1I 7- - MifM a Taste tt i1 -- ll MM nNwti v ay afattfiaf tMwrtaaat rial It Tfmt1NwYork w IWVM Cf Ttwtfftat is tMbVanr istUsss It tK tmmtiihjU rtHtf aay kind of a ftther Prafgicl Dri Starkey A Pal en 8Mrrwkeeti It Aril Knit f- I X if