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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rpTTTF VOL XXI BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY was well ns anybody las iiilit but when olo Mr Topmnrk went up thnr tcr tho house ho fludH her nil of cr hoip an speeehlcFS jest barJy brcatiiiu Of coso ho sent fer tho doc- Â¬ tor I went after im mysof had jest get homo yOu Fee un Topmnrk says ter me he did Fetch tho doctor in time Ttddy ef it kills your horso 1111 liisn nn I knowed ho meant it too Is deo sent fer Miss Snlroy an Miss Alice Luco demanded Agnin Teddy Yon bet theyro thnr largo nodded as life he raid then with n sudden snigger I onghtcr not soy it at sech cr time hut Joos dead cf it dont con solo Mrs Winfold cr heap fer her grief ter ktlowthnt now sho can seo all thats in side Lonlzys bureau drawers Hero comes Miss Alice 0110 of tho whito customers said ns Luco smotherod n giggle Tho storos bnck door stood wldo aud through it ho hud seen Mr Topmarks niece tho daughter of his widowed sister walking ncross tho grass with her handkerchief to her eyca Sho was n plump pnlo girl with big nppoaling oyes who had no claim to beauty though sho was novcr less than good looking Sho had soft fine hair thick and of n pnlo flax en brown Tho eyo color matched it exactly nud thero wns n touo of tho snmo uucolorcdness iu tho thick smooth skin Her hands were soft nud smull but had lingers thnt forgot to taper If iter fig ure was full of soft curves it lacked tho graco of pliant motion Everybody liked her sho was so neat and smooth mid had such a wny of strtking you right Her mother Mrs Winfohl had n tonguo aud temper of her own but her daughter was tho As such nhe was cream of nminbility first in tbo neighborhoods henvj especially tho femiuino nud pmt of it So thero was respectful sympathy in nil eyes when sho said bo twoeu sobs Shes gonol Poor poor dear good Aunt Louizyl Oh what shall wo do without her Ob Mr Barton I cait hardly think but Undo Ben soys will yon ploaso send for Colonol Tal bot Somebody must seo after thiugs and poor undo is so heartbroken Ill send right off Teddy began briskly though there was n uhoko in his throat Glancing up tho road ho hur Oh no need tor send Thars ried on Jack now nn holl do bottcru tho colonol It wns eo kind of him to como Miss Winfold said wiping hor eyes Thero wus n gleam of satisfaction at the bottom of them Perhaps that was why sho held them decorously downcast while ft tall slim youug fellow crossed the porrh hastily clasped her band nud said huskily I mjo it is true tho ill news wo hoard Father bado mo como at onco Tell me rlease is thero anything vo or anybody can do for poor Mr Top mark Yon can do everything Miss Win- Â¬ fold said her sobs breaking out afresh Do co no to tho house and seo poor un- Â¬ cle Ob it is so terrible To think only yesterday poor Aunt Louizy Jack 3 eyes gTow dim Ho camo of a straiu 100 brnvo not to bo tender His father Colonel Talbot of Luray planta- Â¬ tion tl 0 rich man of Walnut Creek he foro th war had como homo from tbo flghtiuwith only life and honor As bravely ns ho had fought ho tried to fnco th i now conditions but for thnt ho had not sticugth Dobt hnd piled on debt Ho must bavo been swamped but for hitt sou Jack who gave over all thought of collcgo aud nt 17 took upon himcelf tho mnuagemont of affairs That was eight yonrs back Now Luray was full ot prosperous thrift very nearly tho medel placo it had been under the old regime It lay upland from Topmarks and adjacent to it Mrs Wiufolda littlo farm which her brother managed along with his own sat snugly in tho nuglo of tho two wider holdings Tho Win folds wero iudcod the nearest women neighbors of Mrs Tnlbot n gentle nar row motherly woman good and sweet to the ore yot full of small spiny so oial prejudices Thoy woro not those of ensto olso sho wouhl never havo toler- Â¬ ated tho Winfolds Old Mr Topmnrk had been nn overseer until nfter the fashion of his sort ho invested his savings in negroes aud set up for himself Ho niido n hard driving mnstor and even after tho loss of his slaves had n pretty penny in baud when ho cnino to dio But tho Into uulamented Winfold made a holiday job of spending his wifos share of it Then ho had tho good tasto to dio nud leave his wifo nud two daughters to Mr Topmarks caro Very excellent caro it waB Tho most captious ndmittcd so much In fact this caro for his helpless kinfolk covered with Mrs Talbot and her like a ntulti tudo of commercial sins It was unlike- Â¬ ly thoy thought and said that Bonju min Topmnrk would so look out for pco plo completely nt his mcroy if ho wero tho hard griping unscrupulous man common report mndo him out to bo Mrs Winfold hersolf so incessantly voiced her grntitudq and thanks for nil her morcies that oven hor near friends could not help but laugh over big Matt Tuylors saying Wheu Mrs Winfold says herpraers why tho Lord ho nint uowltars at all compa nrcd tor her brothor Walnut crook you seo ran through a middle Teuucsseo county whero at tho era of this ohrouiolo tho old social ordor Was breaking and the now was not yet firmly established For tho most part its indwollors camo qf Virginia or Caroli na stock and among tho uppormost ot thorn there wns a potont belief iu blood and brooding There was too tho fluo courtesy ovolved by tho old oouditions a sort of obligation of nobility to bo kindly considerato ot thoso less well placed in life Innocent horsolf of social wiles as site was free ot social guile it novor ocourred to Mrs Talbot that any ulterior purpose lay book of Mrs Witt folds words or actios not evon when that lady said as she so often did t PoorAlicel Kf only rim did have a brother ter take her a boat place I oaur go tor parties an things an even ef I could you know it wouldnt look well with no wan along Brother U Jest as good m gold bnt ha has got so mack mi hi hands ot com expect it of him But nohody ealut I4J ypawt bat one Beallr Mrs Talbot had er fit -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ elderly-mascu-lino Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ JANUARY 6 1897 KJH NO 25 pl an gnls do n sharp voico I B rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE S tP By Martha McCulloph Williams CHAPTER L lopmarke storo stood end on to the bis road whero it ran downhill to cross Wnlnut crook Tho storohouso was a log structure with a cringing frnmo addition ncrosstho bnck In front there Was a rnmshnoklo shed porch with n clnttoring floor and mmo tottering steps at ono edge from which tho women customers wlio rodo got Tip or down from thoir horses They wtro not over many Tor tho most pirt tho storo got its trndo from tho abundant frecdmen Somo part of tho blacks had small holdings of their own A much larger nioloty worked upon neighboring plautn- timiB either for wages or for n slinro of tho crop1 Dut Iiowsoover employed they had n trick of coming to liny at all hours of tliu duy and night Mr Top mark tho storekeeper bemoaned tho fact no littlo It is tho ill convenient pit thing ho said Ef tho niggorsd jest como either all by day er ull by night n niand know when ter bo lhar an neednt bother mi go tcr expense kecpin no seclt trial ns that thnr trifliu Toddy Barton who cunt bo depended On moron flvodays in tho week Teddy yon ecc considered hinieolf a society man of tho giddiest typo Ho thought nothing of riding 15 mil 01 mid bnck to n party which iu his judgment at least would ho a flat failuro lacking tho light of his countenance But he had tho redeeming quality of coming choap to his employer and tho further moiitof being humblyiespcctful to that persons face though anicug hie own mates ho told wild tales of tho sass lio givo olo Top jest whenever ha had a mind Nobody believed hint Nobody evor did belicvo anything leddy Kaid Tho baro fact of Ins paying it indeed mudo against tho ncccptanco of anything un Â¬ less thero wu3 mighty good outsido proof That thnr hoy hed ruthcr lio than tor drink vt hisky or eben dance big Mutt Taylor tho blacksmith said of him with a kindly contemptuous laugh Thoro wero nnJ la k ug people to Ray though that it was Teddys fao ilo untruth which ho J gi t rail kept him his placo ns Mr Topmi rks general roprcxontttlvo Still thero wro lifiii b to Teddys rjflc- fulness Mr --Topmnrk ku w hint too well to trust luni with an natter too parlous forRcnnralgoip Pcsibly that was why ho Fuid nffably upon a July evening Teddy aint liar no fn liunowhars in striknt disttatco tonight Yon aint been tcr 0110 in ten day a I do reckon a heap of tho fail feet is nun fcr tho sight of yon Teddy gigrlcil rind ndnitted that mayby twoor three y ilsoer at Squiro Bynuras woul 1 elwnr up mi cry of ho So didnt git th ir foio JO o lock after a bit ntOvO chaff ho vent gallop ing nwny win ng a In lghi ig goedby to Lulcy tho eldest of Mr Topmarks thrco small di nghtcra Sln was n prim miss of 8 Aiinio mid Jin icy tho oth- Â¬ ers wero respectively c cud 8 They wero all miniatures of their mother who was of tlio roftlrcu ved plump white rabbit ty type SI osat n littlo way off watching iter chili rcn tumble and play on tho pi t7za flror Thero wero 110 lights cutsido but n Iroad yellow radl nnco fell front it hall 1 imp on tho hud Â¬ dled head mnkirg uln all tho iutri cnolcs of their toaselod gold You cliildern bet er not id nit o bo much fuss Pnppyll eoik1 yon off ter bed Its tinio yon wer the 0 now way after 8 oclock Mm Ttpunrk said with a slow indulgent smilo Jinuey diEoutanglcd herself mid toddled across to her fnthor Ho s it eaiily in n big splint rocker but the owns no caso in his face Instead it worn a strained look yot ho entiled olvlously upon tho ohild catching her tip and making a grcatadoof standing lnr upon her head At onco ho sot Iter down aud roso pre- Â¬ cipitately miyiug Aint that jest tho boat of luck Ef Toddy was lioro wouldnt 11 eouI cotno n uiglt tho pto fcr two days mayby yot thars somebody liolleriii now ait Ivo got tor go tend ter hi 11 cr olso loso my trade- tcr thnt foller at tho crossroads It is aggravating hat then folks most always como erbout this timo in thowook Thursday nights you know Mrs Topmnrk returned plaoidly Her ltusbuud heard only tho first words Ho was half way across the hundred yards of turf that separated the stoto from 0 Bmart new house bravo iu cream walls aud scarlet window sash that lately had replaced his fathers squat log dwelling Somo ono was calling ilmrply from tho road Tho hail was insistent but cautious To ono aulo to rend faces it was plain Mr Topmnrk had been listening for it in spito of his elaboration of sur prised vexation over it But nothing of that camo to tho woman sitting plaoid ly on the piazza Except within tho narrowest personal limits sho had no ponotration Besides she would sooner Jtnvo questioned tho ways of divine Providence than those of her husband inyrno stores bnck doer nlonawns opened after dark As Mrs Topmnrk hoard it clang behind iter husband sho settled herself afresh took Jinuoy in her urmi and began softly to croon a fragment of an old lovo song But after a minute she fidgeted uneasily thou sat suddenly upright saying with a toach of author Now you all must go right ter ity You hoar that bed every ono of you Coca a Chi an lot me see who get up Uir first I expect therell be some windy in my pocket fee the oe that does As 1 be Made to follow the children who weut tumbling one over the other oatebody spot front the duett outside Ok Viw imita unmt dent he Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Lt ft If IY M- f n fct K T- - I yr good as Icr tell mo ef ef do sto is dono shot up fer do night I wants 11T whisky powerful bad Secli er misry in do back I bocn had nil day loug You can get it Aunt Phcmy Mr Topmarks thero right now jest went You bettor hurry an ketclt him Liko os not the man that called him didnt want nothiii much tcr ask tho way er buy 5 cents wuth of stuff Mrs Top mark said walking to tho piazza steps just outsido of which stood n weazened old black woman lauiug upon n crook handled stick and holding curiously aloof from herself n big bunch of a strange looking herb It was ragged and drooping yet the glimmering light showed hue and there amid the tnnglo of stems knots of bloom half wittered and of n livid reddish yellow Tho bear- Â¬ er of it had thin clnwlikn hands and shut strong yellow teeth upon tho stem of a cob pipo Setting 0110 foot on tho ntiddlo step she said meditatively I low ml ter fluo Marso Bon right ycro on do poch will yon Dat how como I fetched hint dis ycro pnssel cr truck Ho say turro day ho want cr bniiclt cr dem swamp yorbs Leave em with me I know hes beon wuntin em Hes snio ter givo you all tho licker yon want fcr briugin cm Aunt Pheiny Mrs Topmark Fitid kindly Yru lay f 111 right thero on tho steps Ill t 11 hint ter put em in the lumbci house tr 111 as over ha comes in Ho wants cm drive away rats Woro pestered tcr death Snyl Dont talk erbout death wid do moon jest rinin on sho er dwindlin Aunt Pboniy returned with a littlo holf shuddor But Fhe dropped her lids lower than over as fIio went on Ill lay uin right yoro on do grouu Mlh Lou izy nn dont you lotdem lil children er yourn play wid no piecos cr urn Dees dec s bad bout mnkin sores on lil tender hands As sho hobbled away Mrs Topmark smiled then sighed deeply and put her arms nbovo her head I dont kuow what is the mutter with mo sho said to bcrsolf Ivo got tho mart curious feelin jest liko I was afraid of some thin I do hope Mr Topmark vll como back soon but for fear ho shouldnt Id hotter put the plson yarba where they cant hurt tho chilcern Oh my d nt theysmolir us a strong half oiid cdor come to hor Lostrils from tho weedy things sho had takcu up and wrs look Â¬ ing curiofsly over No uender -- ats dont liko tho tuff It raakos ico sick Bnt Ill pat il in placo before it 1j3ch strength Still holding tho herbs sho got a lantern lighted iband weut toward a do tached baifdinc iu tho yard Soiuulrttlo timo later uku came back with only tho lantern Sho set it down heavily nud almost dropped into her chair crJliu j to the black nursemaid as rho did it Caline you tend ter tho obildarn Im goiu tcr stay in tho air till feel hotter Someway sho did not feel bolter Tho herbs had been bound together vith a long thready cat brier Her lttmds had got moro than ono prick from the thorns Each of tho wounds began to throb nud socd darting painn through her Her Mght dulled At lait nho aw only flaming circles haforo hor eyes Sho tried to ory aloud but could Duly moan thickly though sho heard vith pretoruattmil clenruoss through tho open window overhead Oulino singing hor flock asleep with Blrdcjo lady aoonor In do rac rnlnl Dlrclnyo lad sooner in do morolnl nirdya ludy dont you try ttiitop nal Im jwli o urvny when tis tun up in do nmnlul Tho sound becamo blurred liko tho light In ain the listener tried to rise Hor feet wero leaden her bunds weigh Â¬ ed so sho hnd no motion iu them yot thoro wore fluo twitches flying moment ly through and through them With a last glimmer of consciousness sho oil ich cd them upon tho ohair arms and tried to lift herself to a stituding posturo Cold sweat ran from her face but ttero was flro iu each vein Blind stLlcd doathly faint fhe could only piopol bcr- Â¬ solf fur enough from hor seat to fall u gasping twitohing heap upon tho floor beside it Aunt Phemy hobbled off muttering under her breath Asghopacsed through tho trim green painted gate in the whlto fenco sho half turned nud looked back at tho woman she hud left Sho even holtid ns though sho would go buck but after n Ffccnd rhrok her head nud hobbled on muttering moio vigor- Â¬ ously thuii over Wnit Pbeuty sho said half nlotid an sho camo near tho store Dont yon go bitlKlii in dor Mabhy you nint wnnteJ Timo fer you ter go in when drui wliut is in comes out With that sho moved to teat herself I ton a rrmimut log of tin wood pilo somo Ave feet front tho dror Batbcforo sho wis down the cnught 11 round that drew hor irresistibly to tho srunll win Â¬ dow around the corner It was open as to sush but hud thick wooden shutters now tightly birrcd A mtuule Aunt Phemy listened benoatlt It then gave a smothered snort and hobbled bank to tho dorr outsido which sho stopped to say to herisolf Knock Phemy Ef dco kills yen fcr it you letter had And Out of dut ole illfo Anuis cr her ghost iu talkln wid Ben Topmark Thou she gave a thundering rap Wheu the door was set cautiously ajar she thruit her foot within aud pushed it wide saying with a sniff Talnt dw nobody bat m Tddy Barton You be fraid Why d lawsy Manta Bwtl How cowe yoa yr iu da ito di tiwa w tljhlj Oh tha yo Aaiit Phuwy Ooote iu Mr Tttowark asJd iUBJak bak so 1 psco tr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L bind him Two figures moved to tho stoiu front which lay almost in dark ness But Aunt Phcmy had seen enough a beak nose nearly meeting n Miarp chin n pair of beady oyes and n thatch of coarso gray hair surmounting a tall flguro that woro n womans garb albeit there was nothing womanly in tho faco Sho hnd Keen too a handsome sullen girl black browed red lipped tall and voluptuously rounded moving at tho old womans elbow ami evidently trying to keep in her shadow But thero was no hint of such seeiug in her face as sho mndo known her wants nor did sho moro than check her hobble whon up on passing outsido into tho big road she saw further a lank bullet headed fellow sifting a horso as lank as himself and holding tho reins of two others which woro sidesaddles But when tho outer dm k hnd swal lowod her so far that sho could move I unobserved by tho man was evi dently on guard sho put down her stick aud parcel took off her whito turban muffled heisolf by flinging her black skirt over hor head and crept noiselessly back to stand boneath the window listening listening to tho talk within Sho caught only fragments Most times tho voices wero too low But now aud again they wero raised as in auger or exultation Tho girl said little The old woman was indeed tho chief speak Yes I do er throughout tho conclave want all that belongs tor mo an mo ef I kin git it tho black woman heard her say clearly Sho heard too n sniff from Mr Topmark though sho could not catch his answer Then tho girl said in tho slow drawling speech that is tho characteristic of the poor whites O ool Shurks Aun Naul Jest ask that thar ma an ef holl pay money as wo kin toto erwoy Gord kno ows I dont want no land I aint fit ter wu urk it on you kuow Noch woout wu urk uothin Nol You oughter not work thats a foo Miss Miss Maguolyer Tubbsl I said her namo out plain tho old woman interrupted as Mr Topmark hesitated Aunt Phn my started a littlo at tho words and muttered under her breath Huhl Dat gal kin er yourn den You wus Tubbs yoursof An you brer Bill ho took an married ono tr dem gals cr olo man Pickins an all dco went oil tor do free states Wcuner how como sho yere Tniut fcr no goed Im bound Wish deed talk up loud somo mo I like ter fluo put whut meauncts Ben Topmark is up ter now right at do las Then a shiver tan ovorhor Her teeth oven chattered n bit Sho muffled her solf clcfccr and slipped away noiseless as a shadow unseen ns a spirit of tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tltero woh a seurtJing or teet got four boys nil 1 110110 nt nil Ah but I hnvo no girl nud Alico ntnkes up for a great many boys not counting littlo Ninn Mrs Tnlbot usu ully responded Then beforo tho noxt neighborhood merrymaking sho sot her gcntlo wits to work so successfully thnt Miss Winfold appeared at it under hor own chapcroiingo otid with Jnoks es cort Thus peoplo hnd got so in tho wny of seeing tho two together it wns re- Â¬ garded as settled that thoy would uinko n match ns soon os tho Talbot debts wero paid to tho last cent Jack would not need to wait for making a homo when thero was tho Winfold placo ach Â¬ ing for n master Everybody almost ngrecd thnt it would bo n mighty fluo thing Jack was easily tho best chance ns Alico wns tho finest girl iu tho couutrysjdo Thoy seemed mndo for each other indeed and then tho properties fitted so well But hero or thero a dissldout shook tho head and looked wiso Alico Winfold yes sho is n flno girl they said Tho follow thnt gots hcrll bo lucky but his nntuo wont bo Jack Talbot You mny depend it wont not by n jugful unless that is somebody comes along to carry off that wild girl Rob McGregor So thero wns n craning of necks upon tho storo porch when n slim croaturo sitting as light as thistlo down camo galloping along tho crcok way nud halt ed nt tho big front gnto which led into the Topmnrk lnwn Tho girl woro a clean waist of fnded print n rusty black riding skirt nud n big rough straw bet Her hands wero bnro nud tanned a ber ry brown So was her lower face yet tho tan but served to ucceitt its vivid charm of scarlet lips nnd dark liquid eyes and mobile witchery of olfin smiles Bending lit holy from tho saddlo sho unlatched tho gate drew it open nud wheeled her horso through it closing it softly after her O110 of tho men on tho porch had stepped forward but sho waved him back with n smiling nod Tho smilo died as sho set her horso toward tho house Her faco grow gravoly sympathetic Sho checked her maro to n slow umble and nt tho smart greoit gato slipped noiselessly down and inado her way to tho piazza As sho set foot ou it Jack Talbot camo through tho hall door his faco shaken his eyes so blurred nnd misty tho sun Â¬ shine wns dim to him But ho kuow tho girl nt tho threshold nnd caught her hnud in n warm clasp saying a littlo unsteadily I am glad you havo como Rob though bono of us cnu do nny moro than to show respect and sympathy Oh Mrs Topmark cannot bo dead Why obly yesterday I saw her with tho cbildicu driving and they wero so woll mid happy Bob said her voice too breaking from its soft vi Â¬ brant cadcuco tbo quick color paling iu her olivo cheeks Sho was as dark ns Jack was golden fair and though she was moro than common tall among womnukiud ho stood n good hoad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I doift envy ntibotlynCnstcJf nil JOn but it is right hard that hero you havo Caso sho wus er mosnll do timo foolish As Rob started said from tho deer slightly Aunt Plumy camo through it nud bent nt her side saying quito iu her enr Chiloyou hotter had git cuter dis Yes I must bo going Rob said putting Tinuc y out of her arms Tho ohild began tn cry ugnlit but Aunt Phe my hurried Rob itwny At tho Rtair foot Mrs Winfold 1111 1 them nud said with n snivel Como on look nt the remains Poor Louizyl Shes jest as natural ns life Rob shrank n little but followed hot inside tho dnrkeued rhit iber to tltu pros Â¬ ym 4KlN5 POWDER Celebrated for Iu great leavening strength and liealthfulneJs fsures the food uraimt alum and all forms of adulteration oemmen 10 the cheap brands roval nMttNG rouDtR CO M1V ORk flt iilaiL it 1 Absolutely Pure I J fvfi lh aw tirKvQSt Dut she vitrcd him Inch ence of something whito nud still nnd strnight As they stepped besido ic Mrs Winfoldsnid with 11 fresh gnshof tonrs Seel Shos in her wcddln dress Sho nlwavs said sho vunled tcr bo buried in it unless sho lived tcr fco Lulcy married in her veil Tito buryins tor bo at 0 cr clook this oven in Au oh Rob woont yon plcaso bring Fonioof your whito tea roso buds ter put iu her poor hands nn her hnir Sho woro em whon she wns married nn thero nint n singlo bloom on her busheB uer 011 ours I will bring all I havo glndlyRob said low nnd tremulously ns sho turned townrd tho open door Something besido it cnught her eyo nnd fillod hor with nameless horror Aunt Phemy stood out- Â¬ side her hand over her eyes her fnco ehnwn nnd twiMiiiig horwholo bout fraino rbnken ns by tempest of sobs crats to interpose partisan objections to Republican legislation Let tho party which has been commissioned to legislato have the right of way ill carrying out its pledges If tho Republicans can bring back prcs perity by increasing tariff taxes let them do bo These taxes will be a very small prico to pay for prosperity If however the tariff fails to bring prosper- Â¬ ity the Democrats wilt not be responsi Â¬ ble for the failure nnd the peoplo will havo learned n dearly bought lesson In economics Wo sincerely trust however that tho Republicans will be able to restore pros- Â¬ perity that Mr McKiuley will find no dfllculty in opening the mills to labor and In starting tho wheels of Industry We should hnll and Indoiso prosperity no matter from what direction it may come nor by what methods It is brought We shall not inquire into its politics nor look so iluo a gift horse in the mouth Tho peoplo art perfectly willing to sur- Â¬ render their dearest theories In regard to finance and tbo thrift in order to seo the peoplo of tho whole country enjoying once moro the substantial benetttsof pros- Â¬ perity But prosperity must be the prico of surrender All wo nsk all tho people ask is that there shall be no delay In tho matte r Atlanta Constitution to et cotixuud Sure To Win Tle jteople reecgnlzt nnd appreciate real merit That in why Hoods Sarsapa rllla has tho largent enlos in the world Merit in medicine means tite power to cure Hoods ScnapatMa cures abso Â¬ It is the One lutely permanently euro Its superior merit Trut Blood Purl fit is an established fact and merit wins higher Hoods opemto Iillh art Cure easy to take ensy to Oh howdy Rob So good of yon to como Bet but how did you hear of iuJigtion headache air Insidn tho talk was now carried on in whispers Tho man with tho horses yawned nodded sworo then settled himself well forward in tho saddlo aud slept comfortably with long drawn resounding snores It wus 1 oclock mid n white moon high iu heaven before Iiowiib disturbed Tho women canto around tho bouso with Mr Topmaik in their wake Mrs 1 7JJUZJAf Ig Â¬ AuntPIicmy listened baicatll It Anuis stepped upon the porch without help but as Magnolia set foot upon it Mr Topmnrk caught both her plump arms nud gave hor au upward iiapulso grinning as ho did it TltQ gill turned and gavo hint a slow comprehending stare but slid a little away front him townrd tbo slouoliing sleeper Wako up Nonh elso the come nn git you sho said shaking him roughly Boforo ho was well awake sho had mounted and was galloping awny Tltero was n long open levol just after tho load crossed tho creek For all its moonlit distance the store keepers oyes followed tho girl To him Â¬ self he was saying Shes er handful of I mistake not nn cr beauty certain au shore The whole thing Is mighty tomptin but thors risks too an Ben Topmark aint tho man not tor look be- Â¬ fore ho leaps ll dr jjdat tr CHAPTER II Dyinl DogoodLodBilgktylMtst1 Barton you alut tellia we dat fertrufo erbout po MiMLouiayTepmarkl Luce Allen the black gossip aud narket woman of Walnut Creek said next morning soon after sunrise upon the potoli of th store Teddy stood frouxy but alert behind the eounter bis eyas red a4 hsavy his whole frame tremu loss with the news he had to tell Early as it was thtte wste throe other ous tomera within hearing To them more than to Luce herself ha ld nodding between aou wo words by way of wb ahathi Tk doctor torn wid ha aaiat do uotfaiu ler 8hq vraat r ti tr 1 of our Win Â¬ fold said darting out upon tho porch witltAuuio in hur nruts Baduows al Â¬ ways trnvols fnst sho went on Oh do nil you our fricus prny for us I Ef you dont an tho Lord dont henr I know itll kill brother yes jeEt kill hint losiu thnt sweet dear woman without 110 wnruiu at nil Sho was n shrunken woman with a flnttish commonplaco faco nud n voico that had a rasping tang though now sho tried to utako it subdued nnd full of griof Her oyes woro deep set shurp and restless In spito of griof and worry thoy took equal noto of tho fact that Jack bad held Robs hand much lougcr than courtesy required nnd that Rob tho reprohenslble now out of her rusty riding skirt had on n calico frock bought front tho storo full two years back Evidently she had como to them just ns tlia ill uows found her Sho wns so different front dear Alico who iu tho fnco of calamity hnd tho forothought to mnko herself neatly smart in milled pink lnwn Mammy Liza told mo Aunt Pho my brought Iter word Rob said sim- Â¬ ply And pappy bado mocomont onco Ever since his own trouble you know his first thought is to try nnd help Yes I know but uothin coint bo done Mrs Winfold said with n gush of ready tears Hor emotions lay shallow Sho could ory almost when sho had tho mind But neithsr of her companions suspected that their own eyes sympathetically overflowed With Â¬ out a word Jock strode away mounted nnd galloped 01T Rob stood breathing hard nud wishing herself well nt homo Boforo sho could put tho wish iu notion Alice enmo out to them fell upon Robs neck and wept a decorous niiuuto then Do como up took her hand nud said stairs to tho poor children Rob Yon havo such it wny with them an they uro cryiu fit to break their littlo hoarts Yes nn tnko Annio along tcr tho others Mrs Winfold struck in put tiug n littlo hot hand in Robs At tho touch ot it Rob rtooped nnd kissed tho chilli Thou us ho littlo 0110 nestled to hor sho lifted tho small figure nud holding it to her breast followed Alico to the bright airy room that hadbeon tho prido of tho dead womans heart As sho sot Annio upou tho floor Luloy gnvo her it prim greeting but baby Jiu ucy chocked her wailing and held up her arms Tell us bout do bonrs an do ba ad boys Miss Wob she whined toddUug to Robs kneu as sho sat down in the chair OaJiuo drew forward All chil Â¬ dren loved Rob Asido from hor bright klndlinoss tho know and told them the mast astonishing varioty of nursery titles and rhymes Very o tba three girls had forgotten ovvrytltliig ia a breutltloM following of the fnrUiites of Brer Rabbit aud Ok Lady Goos What made Miss Mary Ooom be Â¬ lieve all Mr Rabbits yarw f Laly asked drawing a loug faiwath a the itorrcnuie to au cad gr-to-- Senator McEnnryn Position um mAHfriftiftiffillitli i 11 - itoJSjSf 45 v a hr ba y4out TpMuonJfeA - 1 Sn dor McEnery of Louisiana has re cnly made a statement in regard to tho attiudi he will occupy toward Republi The Senator as our can legislation readers will remember is the leader of the D mocrutic pirty Iu Louisiana n srong advocate of the free coinage of silver and was ono of Mr Bryans strong- Â¬ est supporteis during the recent cam- Â¬ paign His kB ther foro possets moro than ordinary importauce but some of our contemporaries in printing tbf in ssout to us to miss their nal sgnificance Tin y conclude bt cause Senator McEnery deo urns ho will aid rather than obstruct tho Republican plins for restoring prosper ty that ha Las changed his views the imagine because he says he will support tho RepubicaE fcheme of pro- Â¬ tection that he lias ccasad to bo a Dem Â¬ ocrat Nothing we think could lo farther from the truth Juilgs McEoery has simply declared thnt as a United States Senator he will not allow partisanship to control his course especially at this time when all tho interests of all tho peoplo depend on the prompt restoration of prosperity He sees as all must snu that unless the Republicans make haste to carry out their pledges there is small hope for the prompt roturn of prosperity He sees too that if the Democrats allow partisan- Â¬ ship tn control their actions a part of tho responsibility that tho Republicans havo ofsuuted will fall on the shoulders of tbo minority lie thinks that so far from obstructing legislation tho Democrats should aid In cnryiug it out as far as they can decently do bo to tbo end Unit the Republican theories may he put to a practical test 1 bin ought to be thu party policy of the Democrats It is safe it Is sound it Is reasonable It is based on common sene Tho people have decided at the pols that they aio willing for prosperity to be rcsored accordlrg to the Republi- Â¬ can plan and although the decision is re achod by a very narrow nisjority con Â¬ sidering all the circumstances it should bj respected by all parties Senator McEoory perceives as all thoughtful men imut porcelve that the conditions of trade aud business repre tout a crisis in nn drs the crisis that has been hanging over the country for nearly four years lie peretivee that Ifsowe remedy la not promptly provided this crisis will grow more acuta from week to Almofct daily the newsoafteM week present the dietreeeiug tievewpeMMttU nhleh Uw Rphlleana am ealfcul upon to remedy Xew it hi a Het of balsetji Whim failures aad then the mwi ot huge with all and through all lMi At id woukj Â¬ Â¬ Cloverport High School At the clcss of tho present public school term the school will be continued for a term of four months We bopn the patrons will appreciate this opportunity and send their children regularly to school The couss of study as adopted lu 1894 will be completed Iu order to accom- Â¬ modate students and persons preparing to teach who may come front whit dis- Â¬ tricts and counties n Roview class will be organized to cover nil the c mnon branches methods in teaching mid lit- Â¬ erary life Any inquiries will bo cheerfully nu swered on the samo day received by tho ptlncipal J II 11 Looas Whenever a druggist tolls you he has somelhingjust fSKOodfor couj tin grip etcis Dr Bells Pine Tar IIon y dont you believe it for we giinraittoo at it s not true We mnko the genuuib aud authorlo all druggists to guatanteu it The E E Sutherland MsnieiNK Co Paducab Ky He Was The Man Plain Deter Train was passing through K itucky when the wild eyed man sudc uly en Â¬ tered the car Rushing up tltti iisln ho called out Has anybody in this lteah call got any good whiskey V inquired a Whats tho troublo an who why Utahs a passenger blongs in tbo forward cab a dylig6tb At this startling point a porth gentle- Â¬ man hastily opened up his trau lmg bog and drew forth a largo flask There be slid theres some of tho best whiskey that oyer siw tho light in old Kalntuck Tbo stranger grabbed it unloosened tho stopper passed his band nerost his mouth and then hastily tipping up tho flask took a tremondously long pull You ah suttenly mighty Dco jodgo ho gravely remark- Â¬ of good liquor salt ed to the owner of tho flask as he screw- Â¬ I ed on the top and handed it back dlsremoinber tastin any thin bcttah in that line salt gasped the But your dying friend flask owner The ueuleman I alludod to sab was Indeed dying dying of thirst sub cried thu ilisk owner And jou Am the dying man salt I Backing away with a sweeping bow he added AgUn I muke yo my most profound obligations1 sir Prom the Cleveland 1 Why Buffer with Coughs Colds and LaG rlppe when Laxativk Bbomo Qu jnink ona not pro- Â¬ will cure you in ono day duce the ringing in the head like Sul Â¬ phate of Quinine Pat up la tablets con- Guaranteed to cure venieut for taking Price 25 Cento or tnoaey refolded for sale by A R flatter ExperiMeatkU from Tb New Orleans Times- - Democrat i H Wi h l Istb bk UPfjMfl pjMI The idea of experimental farmsaa by the Seaboard Air Line aM a viator to New Orieaiu who hall from North CawiUiM la waking a hit wWi the reaUessta aloag the road The Msseaae wee Nipted by a desire to lad V jnat wbftt Mope were beet stilted d Dm reeult ot the la- to the elimaie eheukl be meet valuable m lor ijrriMttarieei ierftled mwl6wmKUKMUKHKUt W A ffimBr -e 9flBgnBlBBBBKl4nHBlBBBBBBBHliimBtaBenBilBftBaU a K M jMtKmMMStHKKmftkM n iisfiilriffft f itraSfJrTMMI rmjKKSKUKHKKKHKKKfftfflr1 Lstiw im MeflH J My r-- t w TTJVjPfcf rh TrV j2 Tub 9 TaD it V -h u-- - Breckenridge 0 BaUtg 5 News and Editor frtpilelri 0 WEDNESDAY J AN I Qioietiptloa Ftlei El 00 a UPald at tt End ef lb A 11 Y 187 L H 4V W TIME TABLE Breckinridge Bnii raakrii lis usual good showing In Its iindttotly 010 wait statement published in tlile issue It tttrantr tially lifr Hardlnbgrgliiil nm 811110 HIT lias plenty of money ou liantl and to Ftiienger Dally art tlarJlmburi 7i3U an eparo on tlio right kind of paper j i i - i knANDENBtlRQ the As You letr Ytt la Aduaci El 25 SIX PAGES NOTICE Hates for announcement In these columns are as Cash Inndvtincc In everv rtM Crcuitjudse or Attorney atom County Office J oo follows Tun bfglnnlug of tho JJew Year is tlio tluiu nlien a great many pcoplo make new resolutions It is all right to do Interesting Incident of The Indian Furl tliln lfyouinnkea linnilrcd and nnt Bank of ilariiinsburg Showing 175 Marriage License Itsucd cccd in keeping a few It Is belter than not to lmvo mado any at all Jilt lllsia Aslicraft of Meado connly is being strorgy solicited by both Den ocrats and Populists in Ills county to make tlio race for tlio Statu Senate on a fusion ticket Mr Aslicraft Is a good substantial farmer and nould mako n good Senator liai determined to faith of his Republican brethren county by announcing himself date for jailer among them It A Ntoito HARDINSBURG Llko It Club -P- opular Yoing Ladles leaving for Other Ci Ics S rmon Soclal At Dr Mrs Dowden and 50 and misery lbs SIKGIAIa iskMaklMtiiaMMnaw -- OF THE saiiaaail ittiari uskiaMaaWffBtn sK M WEt THLtHMS 2 of Coal A day would ketp your rooms warm in winter But that small stove will burn only twenty five Hence discomfort Hardiusburg Normal Institute Firnt Tumi- - Ten weeks oiicns Iniiuarv closes Dro Pales Second Term Ten weeks opens April 5 closes April 2 June it B 1897 Announcements COUNTY UIOE fice of County Juries of Uieckenildge county JuWet to the action of the Kefublican irmury elvctlun Wi re nuthorie d to announce WILLIAM a candidate fur re eleeilon to the of Â¬ 1897 Kebrnaryiiy test tLo Â¬ in Ohio a candiK are authorised to announce I1ION JOILV is pretty a canaidate lor the Ullce or Circuit Court Clirk llreckrnrldge county tublect to the decision safe to assume that lie will be kicked out ofthe Republican party November hIeelion 1897 The Republicans hae no ofikes for tho are authorized to announce KUIIHItT negro in this country while they vote WKAlllLtitlOltD a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk lubject to the action of him all the same CHICU1T COURT CLKRK the Herublican primary February 2jth 189 It Br cms that tho Slieilffsof the state havo all got their settlements in at rE are authnrlerd to announce OWEN LVS NINlillAM at a candidate for re election to Frankfort Dut their rtcord lor tax colme oince or eount Court Cleik subject to the lectors lias not been at tlio best there lion of the Republican prliriiry tlectlon halur day let y 571897 being more delinquents reported than heretofore In one county that of Kn are authorized to announ e EllNKnl ROMKRlSOVas a candidate lor Count ton the sheriff reported 00000 of pro Tourt Clerk orilreckenridKe County subject to petty on which ho was unable to col- Â¬ the action of the Democratic patty lect any taxes COUNTV COURT CLKRK Â¬ I- COUXTV ATTOHNEY Tjik sound money papers Been to be II subject to the action ol the RepublicanAttorno very much disturbed over tho fact that ptmurj election cby 27 iSD Y J Bryans lecturing tour camu to a rr-- re authorized to annouuee KN Mil I lilt sudden halt recently They charge that II as a candidate for re election to the offiee ol along that lino Trun per Â¬ County Attorney ol Hrrrkenrldtje County subjeet he is a failure ty Court Clerk during the year 1SI5 to the action of the Republican primary election haps but didnt lie make things mighty leb 27 iK Mr Guy E Birch of Mooleyville was for you fellows for several months hot here last week He is a candidate for prior to November last Dont be alarmSCHOOL MTKRINTUNDIVT the Legislature on the Republican ticktt ed over that announce AVi0lholcd candidate for re ANDREWto 11 Tho watch meeting at the M E church KlbMainaa election Hie office of Sehool Superintendent of llrrikuirliEe Somk people contend that the year 1S7 last Thursday night was well attended County subject to the Republican prinnry dettluii Saturday beby 27 1897 In a ltwS K Breeding pr ached from II will bo bater than that of 18CC business nise of course Alter the 4th to lJ ounce bUIUhl W 1AI Raja candidate lor the office of School of March the Republicans will be at the Mr James Skillman w at here Monday llrl--idCount subject to They in connection with the and qualitied as Police Judge cf the city helm Kriiit primary v VXIII iiiiLr diy lebriur97 897 sound nionpy Democrats have promised of Cloverport and P N DHuy as Jude gnat tilings No oiu can tell about all pro tern COUNTY SCItVliVOR Rut if we me to judge from the are authorized to announce Ciiintj Roi- - this AR Mr and Mrs Anion Ktncheloe enter ALTY as a candidate for omcc of County drift of tilings since November it seems tained the youug folks last Wednesday Survtjor subject to the action of the Republican to lie getting no better cry fast patty Election November a i87 night in honor of their sister Miss Ada Henderson JAIIKR We call attention to a very sensible Mr Allen Stith inftrma us that Prof K arc to nnnrume GlS II and sound article which will be found in J iu-IJA- - authorized caiuliJate re election to the OiTicc of ailer f Itreckenndirefr county ob Â¬ another column taken from the Atlanta R P Shacklutt has his echool under way 11 ject to tlio action of the Republic in lurty IIec Constitution commenting on Senator atSturgis Ky with very ittering p ru Inn ueiiibcr iS7 position toward Republican pects for eucces McEnerys REIRESRNTAIIYF The denth of Mr Jiant Oreory was legislation It expresses our views to a are authorized innnnounceGUY K IIURCII WE Chcnault Ky as candidate Tor Ripre T mid we commend it to tho thought Â¬ rjceived here with fulingi of general re Â¬ leiititue or llreckenridue county suliiwt to the ful readers of the Ntws What we want gret He had many goo i friends aming action of the Republican Primary Miction Itby 7 7 and what the people want is general the citlzins of Hardiusburg prosperity If the Republicans can bring The following are tho tuprvisois of CIRCUIT JU1KK it about we say let them do it and it is tho tax list in seeson here tils week am a oinilidate for re election as Circuit Judge ol the uth Judicial Districts subject to the action of our duty as good American citins and Mat Shrew sherry J R I jilaveu Janus the Democratic party I recognize the Chicago D N Howard iatlirinoiSy6ai the irue eapnnen of Democratic patriots to do what wo can to asaist them Crawford and Val n ipl I T ItM llKAlll in bringing it about Tucker Jaiiuiry 1st l7 Major W E Minor was here last Sat- Â¬ COMMON WE MT1 a ATIORNIV Guv K Uurcli n young Republican of urday He let out the infonmtiou that lam candidate fjr reeli ction to the ollke or Chenauit is announced in our columns he would accept a place on the county Ccniniiiiwealths Attorney of the ctli Judicul Dh ina of Kentucky subject to the action or the this week as a candidate for Representa ticket H inocrntlc parly that is soon to be nnilu up if ten WhKI SC1IELF tive subject to tlio Republican primary dered him election Feb -- 7 Sir liurch is a native Attention Democrats Tho Bank of Hardinburg makes a Iho Democratic committee ol IlrecVerridze of this county is a deserving young mau creditable showing of businesj for 18li county is hereby nntihml to me t in llardinsburir county and and aqpins to repiesent his 011 Monday Jan 18th Mr M II B ard the cashier thinks io7 to attend to important on men leteer coiiiinltHrmin be liresent and his party in the next Legislature Ho all other intereted le nocrots are Ineited to town there will be an improvement along all U ty lor an interchange all his life is a self has been a farmer tlut of ideas lines of business duriirg 1SJ7 WlltTWOHTllChiinn Jrss made young man and deserves recogniMilton Hoard Jr bery Mr Eli Pile of Harned made an as Â¬ tion at the hands of his party He is as Liabilities woll qualified as any man of his ago and signment last Saturday Populists Take Notice his party will make no mistake if they S077 11 assets including store house and 1h Iotiulist coimnittei nf llr lfnr lt rin is liereby calloj to incut uoods are put at JSIIi Mr C C Wey Â¬ liaidimburc on Monday give him the nomination Jan i8th 197 for the purpose of liansictipg bun mouth is named f s the assignee nest or importance I et there be a full attcidmce 1 Â¬ AVEiafnlhorilcdloannooJIKRnhK KIUOII a a candidate for County Miss Irene Board returntd to R s ell vllle Ky last Saturday country last wtek of Ijuisvllle Mr Henry likrldg Mr mid Mrs Kd P Alexander have k was visiting frleuts here last wet returned from I ouIbvIIIh Mieses Lzzic aud Kula Miller gavo a Brandenburg Norma will haven good delightful mjstery tea last Thursday many new pupils this week night Mrs Manning ot Uirdstown is a visThe bird huoteis that were out last itor of Mrs AIoi z Moremen wo k below Heelers firm klllid 208 Bob Mallu took in the holidays at quails Mr and Mrs Alvln Skillman enter homo and enjoyed the icaities Sacli Richardson of Wolf Creek was tained a number of young oiks last 1ii in town lust week on business day night Jo Mclehee of the Mammoth was F Ktlly and S IC lire ding are holding a protract il meeting at the down for a hunt and a holiday M E church Mr and Mrs Eugene Hardesty visited Mr Rjbctt Smith lias gone to Jollys tclatlvts at Flaherty last week station to work lu the blacksmith shop Mies Rosa Flora of Mauckport visited there a couple of weeks Mrs Clias Coleman Irs week Mr Aa J Harm d was hero a few dajs Prof Burton spent the holidays with latit week from Sulllvqn Iutl visiting relntlvs and friends in Indiana Ids parents at Harned station MI sps Mary and B ss Lewis have reMiss Lt ze Miller returntd to Ruts II turned to Potter Colleg Bowling Green ville last Monday accompanied by Mm Miss Lena Drury of Bewloyville is Mary Moorman of Qlendeano tho guest of lierfcister Mrs John Frakes Mr Andrew Klder and Miss Mabel Dr and Mrs Welti gavo the young Hawkins were married at tho Catholic people a most delightful social last church in this pacp last Thursday week There were one hundred and seventy Pete Fjutaine has eijiyed his stay at five marriage license issued by the Coun Â¬ home ami will return to Kansas this Â¬ Â¬ Mia Win Rhodes n been quite ill but is now better Miss I ilia island vMt d friends in tLo 1 A certain amount of fat burned daily would keep your body warm and healthy But your digestion is bad and you dont get it from ordinary fat food Hence you are chilly you catch cold easily you have All higher brandies for All piesent grades will be sustained Also A SiitctAi Coimsit kok which there may lie a demand Tbaciiks including nny higher work TUITION per month 125 to 250 K HARMON For particulars address M E A VITT Hardiusburg Ky JO FITCH OOTJTDRzSB D0T1 F Tho Wi QUARTERLY REPORT Of THE coughs and shivers while pneumonia bronchitis or con Â¬ sumption finds you with no re- Â¬ sistive power Do this Burn better fuel Use SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod liver Oil Appetite and digestive power will revive and soon a warm coating of good flesh will protect the vital organs against the cold and the body against disease Two uUts 50 cfc and 100 Book free for the asking SCOTT BOWNE New York Speaks -- Says he Is Not a Candidate and Wants no Office BreckinridgeBank CIOVK11PORT KY Ma Clifton Mills Ky Jan I 1807 En Attne - could be elected in Meade County Is of judgment sound I do not She think Â¬ our present most worthy excellent incumbent will have any opponent Heres to W D Aslicraft no matter who opposes As You Like i1cli i Â¬ 1 1 1 1 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ofcommiitecireii and all other Inteiestcd lorulists J II ItMN Chnnn takes pleasure this week iu announcing Frucst Robertson as a candi Tiik Wliitu House Xew Years day re date for County Court Clerk of Urecken ception was one of the most brilliant at rfdge county subject to the action of tho f lira in thehistory of Washington Democratic party Nearly everybody in this county knows Ernest Robertson and Haste makes waste at tlio beginning they know fully as well as we do that ho of the year as well as at any other time-L-i- t Is a solid substantial young farmer aud your plann therefore bo well consid stock dealer that he is a Democrat true ered as they make them and always in lino with his party He is popuaraid in The Island of Juan Fernandes 120 touch with id paity and lias a host of miles olTtho coast of Chili and better friends outside his party who will rally known as the Island of Robinson Crusoe to him If he is tiie nominee Irnest Iibh disappeared RobertEon is a strong young man aud if given the nomination it will take n Tin OncnBboro grand jury after work mighty good Republican to beat him ing six or soven days in an effort to run down tho mob that hung the negro Holt JrnuuT R McUenth is announced in had to quit at last and give tlio thing up tins isoiiu as a candidate for re election as a bad job to the office of Circuit Judge of this district Tlio Judge needs no introduction Tun building of n Celluloso factory In to the readers of tho News Ho is well OAensboro seems to bo an assured fact Known to nu oi mem ins record as a Iu tills they are evidently getting away Judge a citizen and as a Democrat stands with Henderson which can only boast as a shining light where everybody can of a proipective lantern with a capital of see aud know lie is recognized by the SSOOO liar as being one ot the best Judges in Tiik State Committee of tlio Peoples the Statu The people are satielled that party met in loulavllle last week and lie has rendered good service both as a decided that they vriuld make no fusion Judge and ns a Democrat and tlioy are with any party for Statu olllces iu J7 willing to try him again So far as the With luferenco to a fusion for county News know b the Judge is solid iu lireck enridge and will command the suppoit olllces that would be left with the variof nearly every Democrat in the county ous county committees He will have very little opposition If any Tiiuitshas been a call for a monetary in Meade county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The News Mr John E Monarch of O vonsborc was hero n few days last week visiting his old friends He said to some of his friends hero that lie thought something of being a candidate for Surveyor of Daviess county In n eonversation about tlisold Indinn fort that Blood below town away back in seventeu hundred an incident was related of Bill Hardins bravery which has an amusing side to it Hardin in com pany with one Harslifleld was going to tho mouth of the Falls of Sinking near Â¬ Â¬ conference at Indianapolis early in this month Tlio call la for tho gold feather ed tribo and an effort will bo made to restore money Confidence is hero already There are a lot of fellows who find it difficult to get along on confidence Â¬ Â¬ The L and N railroad company has offered a reward of 10000 for the capture and conviction of tho men who Â¬ wrecked one of their trains in Alabama last week Tlio train went down through a trestle killing about twenty five people Tho witck was supposed to havo been caused by wreckers who took out one of tho rails 1koh tlio latest advices boss Ilauna and President elect McKinley are now going to take a hand in the election of a Republican United States Senator Iu this Leaders like Ilmdley Hunter State Doyle and others liayo proved wholly unequal to tho task it seems and bess Ilanna will have a say Hut they will have to dispose of Joo Blackburn ilrst Wlilctl aI1 lia no iAY Jb wo are I ititiiiiir a I O Weed Chelf of Hardin county makes ids announcement this week He wants the Demociats of the district to endorse him for re election to the olllco of Coin Attorney Mr inonwcalthd Clielfs Democracy is all right He is sound aud in touch with his party He lias ma lu a good attorney fulfilled ht duties to the I est of Ids ability and asks an en dorcemfnt at the hands of his party We commend Mr Chelf to tlio tender mer Â¬ cies of the Democrats and our brother out at Hardiusburg who also lias an eye on the rauio olllce Card of Thanks We wish to acknowledge the receipt of a Cliris turns box from tlio good people of Irvington and extend to them our sincero thanks for the same May the New Year bring to thein happineta and Stepliensport While on the way they were surprised by four or five Indians and captured Hardin was a very brave man of course and was noted for his lighting qualities among tho Indians Although in this instanco while over- Â¬ powered ho and his companion he kept a close watcli for some means to get tlio better of tho red men He and Ilatsh fleld had their hands tied behind them with some kind of withes from the woods Tho Indians took them both to tho mouth of Sinking intending to carry them across the river While the In dians were constructing n iaft to carry them over Hardin had managed to work one of his linnds loose sq he was ready to make light He told his companion Harslifleld howover to bs cautious and on the look on and on the first oppor- Â¬ tunity they would make battle and that lie Harshikdd must fight Harslifleld was a tlutclimau It wrs but a little while when Haidlu saw his chance and jerking his loose hand from the withes lie quick as thought let fly and knocked one of the Indians into the river Seiz ing a gun the nixt moment he shot another ono aud this put them nl to llight Looking about for ids friend Harshfldld to his surprise he was some distance away running at full tilt up the river bank Hardin made his way back to the fort and some time tlio next day ills friend Harshtleld straggled in The story is that it was all they could do in the fort for sometime to keep Old Bill from killing that dutcliman forerunning from 17 Journal KtlUu ror w u r ete who Â¬ proipeilty lUv E E PaikiV Wifit Iiratidenburg ICy -- s k SSSSSVFSi F-BkSL BUSBLm fc LMKnVssinnlba BK f I 7 jtt ssjT vr irUZaSFTZZmr hii - tSTOXlXA w Fits Cured fw f - makes a apecialty o Rpllcpsy has without doubt treated anil cur- Â¬ ed more cases than any mlng Physician hli aucceaa la astonishingWo have heard of cases oi aa years itaadlns cured d him ZZ I ha aonils with a large boU tie oi hi absolute cure re to any sufferer loinayonath ilr 1 O anil Raprcu oddresa a vnluabta wort on this which dli ease publishes Ho rt I B riffiVff S5ff KLKa v f I Thursday night the members of the It Club and the visiting strangers were entertained by Mrs O 8 mouth Mr Crow on tho clarionet Grinnell G II Carpsrke and Win Bewley have with a young lady at the piano made not forgotten tlio voutons of the Mer sweet music for dancing Saturday night ry go around George Worland gave a swell cotillion Bondenstadt Theres n line new boy out at Judge to wind up festivities S P WoolfolkV and this column offers witli that clarionet made divine music coigratnl itlons for the mazy whirl The girls again were fairies sprites anything ethereal To day we all settle down to business Mrs Tlie new linves untie with new risolu- - the cavaliers were willing victims Wm Bewley was hostess and every ar- Â¬ How long tlons Miss Ten Hamilton entertained a few rangement was perfect friends lust Saturday night Refresh Â¬ State of Ohio City ok Toledo ments wereeerved Lucas County j A happy very happy Now War for Frank J Cheney makes oath that he you dear old News and all connected is the senior partner of the firm of F J with our interests Cheney Co doing business in the City Mr and Mrs J L Malln Vine Grove of Toledo County and State aforesaid Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon spent and that eald firm will pay the sum of Clirnmaa at home ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each MmSnslu Elder had a piefsint visit and every case of GATAtmn that cannot to Mifli Florlnu Anderson who are botli bo cured by the use of Halls Catarrh back ready for school Cuiie FRANK J CHENEY Mrs It II Nevdt is still confined to Sworn to before mo and subscribed in her room from indisposition but we all my presence this Gib day of December hope she will soon be out A D 1880 Mis Geo Clarkbon of Elizibethtown A W GLEASON who nttendid the Woolfolk Lewis wedj SEAL Notary Public ding has returned home Mifs Mary Richmond is a guest of Miss 7 ila Malin to whom a pleasant din- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and muner was given New Years day cous surfaces of the system Send for Mifs Bettie Clarks in a stylish hand some girl will be with relatives here till testimonials free F J CHENEY et CO Toledo O about tho middle of the month Miss Agnes Malin left Sunday for mrSold by all Druggists 75c Owensboro to resume her music Dear Family Reunion I for one hated to see her sweet girl GnovELAND Ky Jan 4 How dear have Mr and Mrs leo Woolfolk left New to my heart are tho scenes of my childWars day for their future home St hood resounded through each heart as Louis They were tho recipients of the little winged memories beat back the echoes until all had caught up a many liamUome presents Dr and Mrs Dowden had a pleasant spirit of congeniality and had entered of contemplated pleasure social fur their little folks last week A upon a day father bg crowd and nice luncheon made the It was at the home of our grand 20 00 Mr Richard Willett Sr on Dec happy hour pass all too fleetly often to Mbs Lida Ilaynes lias gone to Pater that we met enjoy the hospitality shown to us severally but seldom unitedvllle to teach music Bless the girls as ly they go forth to help themselves Lida Every heart beat witli rapture as he holds a peculiar niche in my heart joined the number assembled before him Georgu Frymire has enjoyed the holl that his presence added one link da b with a vim He was wound up and aud felt to a chain of paternity that La many started f and never stoppfd till he links missing waltzed Home Sweet Home Saturday Of the two score and ten necessary to night form a perfect union twenty three were following board of tax supervisors Tho all that tho day could summons forth are in session this wcok C M Smith and we though comparatively few parWoolfolk Morgan Rich Judge J F took of a bounteous feast which had been nnlson Geo I Richardson and Clint so kindly prepared by the loving hands Jenkins of grand mother Miss Maydee Pusey hasrcturnol from Our grand parents sat at their usual Louisville and New Albany after a visit places while the four brothers Judson of a few days She ai rived in time to Jesse Dick and Jimmiewlth their wiyes enjoy the swell cotillion at George NorÂ¬ filled tho seats that had been vacant for lands Hit bo many years and their children occuClio past week was not typical Christ Â¬ pied a second table mas weather but charming for pleasure When all had partaken of the repast seekers evening dnss and for visitors we repaired to tho sitting room where coming and going Skating and coasting we listened to the experiences of our are in store yet fathers and grand father particularly to Mr nnd Mrs Bennett of Louisville the experiences of our Texan uncle who have moved to West Main Mrs Ben- Â¬ has been in tiie West for tho past twelve nett is a daughter ot Ms Gearge Yeakel years How he in his roamings found nnd Mr Bennett will have a position the only eirl for htm in the Loue Star with YiukelCo State and how he happened to brlug I had a hand shake with my young aunt to this the State of her frltnd Fraukto Fnirleigh of Louisville her as our birth Though she had been a Texan My I in I how the young pecpe do run for quite a while we are up Fraukie is a tall handsome youth by adoption glad to recognize in her the characterizalmost grown out of my knowledge of a true Kentuckian Then I have been asked Who will that ing features it was suggested that Roy their five year Meade couuty column support for such son our Western cousin give us his and sicli olllce Jmt wait I This col- Â¬ old original oration delivered at grandpas on umn is fearless aud will speak out in X ines morning Happy greetings dear meetin iu due time and dont you tor old grandpa and grandma wo have come get it from our Western home to meet you on The dance at Mrs G ug tn was more thisXimas day But remember dear than chai tning The girls and brides grandpa and grandma theres a place for vied with caci other In b lautlful evening you and me when our last Christmas dress and the beaux never appreciated da s are oer we will meet to part uo feminine loveliness more or were more moro gallant For the enjoyment of our grand pat- Â¬ Prof O M Nevitt has resumed his du- Â¬ ents as well as ourselvec we sang some I ties ai teacher at Ellondale College ot their favorite hymns which brought am indebted to him for the paper pubÂ¬ tears to the eyes of the older ones at the lished at tho institution and the article thought of tho seven absent voices that on Kl sng by one nf the faculty a cop once had harmonia d so well with theirs Untied series Eight kinds of kisses are only two of whom the death angel has inenti tned iu Holy Writ and are aa alg sraoJ to do ills bidding iu another clime nlllcMnt as the quotations from the poets J list Sunday Bro Pate preached and As a memorial of childhood we had a scored the membuis for indulging In picture made of the old homestead which bring back fond recollect will danclrg People that go into the Meth Â¬ ions perchance of an irrevocable past odist and Baptist churchi s know those Love seemed to predominate in each churches oppose h ich amusements A heart and the day as a whole proved to litU thought before hand and mere reso- Â¬ be a most plea taut one In every re card for sweet words of lution afterwards are needed else seek a until the hour came paitlng church that dexs not adhere to rubs For tome gooJ bjs w I ba Iho lilt one When our days of eirlh art oer made by mau Whea we reah the iblang portal The Pfeeton correspondent And earthi twlllghti re ne snore YVlUHTK think a lady for School CornraissJoeer Â¬ Â¬ - j iron Brkckknkidoe News Deaii Sm Seeing my namo mentioned In connect- Â¬ ion with the j tilers ofllce through the ii40 columns of your valuable paper I wish 4Jfct to add that I am no candidate for jailer Saj any other county olllce Also it must or not bo regarded that I am a Democrat because I supported W J Bryan I am Ilsnkirg House and Lot 300000 2051173 to day what I was before the election a Other Stocks and llondi Specie 11600000 rock ribbed sliver Republican As to Currency 1373s 08 29735 08 the coming couuty election I shall affiliate Furniture nnd Fixtures 9000 00 witli tho It publican party But unless Debts in Suit 3S84 I can see the beauties of the gold stand- lrotest Account 49 93 ard more clearly than I do now I am for 111728 8j a silver man for Congress or any other LIABILITIES ofllce pertaining to the money question Capital St ck paid In In cah 45100 00 if under Mr McKinleys administra- Surplus Fund 95000 00 6oj 4 tion tho promised prosperity materializes Undivided 1roflti Due Depositors as follows viz I am ready and willing to concede our Deposits subject to check ton which mistake I want the Republicans to Interest Is not paid 689Si 89 spread themselves for tho nest four Tims certificates of eeposit on which years and then if the financial condition 3 per Cent interest Is paid 77271 10 140193 09 of our country is in no better shape let Fund to Pay Taxes 39 9 those that have spoken forever hold 2i7iS So their peace And also let the responsi- State of KEsnckv bility rest where it properly belongs County of Dreckenridge Yours etc I A II Skillman Cashier of The llrecklnridge M Fitch Jo Hank a Dank located and doing business on Wall stret In ihe city of Cloverpott In sadrou ty S that the fregoing lteport One thing is certain It will not do to being duly sworn is In all respects a true statement of the conditon No one can tell ofthe said Dank at the clotecf business on the 261 h fool with a bad cold what tlio end will bo Pneumonia ca-Â¬ day of December lS to the best of his knowledge tarrh chronic bronchitis if not consump- and belief and timber says that tho butines- - of aid natrert has been transacted tion Invariably result from a neglected Ilanknot elsewhere nnd at the locationreport is and that the above cold It is surprising too that bad colds made in compliance with with an official notice reare so often nttglected when one remem- ceived from Ihe Secictary of State designating the bers how easily and at what littlo ex- 26th day of December 1S96 as the day on whth such report thill be made Chamberpense they may be cured A II Skillmav Cashier lains Cough Remedy is always prompt FNIVIIiv Wlliectrrs WH iowikr and cfiectuil and costs but a trill 25 or IT SttlLUIAN meI by A II CO cents is a trifle as compared with tho Subsctibed and sworn to befire disastrous A ct of n ueidtcted cold Mr Ski Iman Cashier the 391I1 day cf December iSjC ClIAS II SklLLMAN NP 11 C Abner Mercer of Dilworthtown Chester county Pa in speaking of this remedy Commission expires Jan i6ih 1900 said sometime ago I had a bad cold QUARTERLY REPORT and cough I tried almost everything OF TIIE Finally Mr Hunt the druggist recommended Chamberlains Cougii Remedy BANK OF HARDINSBURG aud one 50 cent bottlo of it cured me enHAKDINSIIURG KV tirely For sale by A R Fisher Drug- Â¬ At the close of business on the 26th day of Decem gist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jiy of Preen ber 1890 RKSOURCIS Loans and Uiicounts less loans to ioji6 ai Directors Irvine to Officers 1081 55 Overdrafts unsecured Due from National flanks skiuoi Due from State Hanks and Hankers 4973 8 30107 86 close of busslness on the s6th v pet i it t en tin to ha co Li Ft tb en lit tl n r ti r Â¬ High Old Times In Meade Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ The Democratic Committee of Meado 6811 44 county met at Brandenburg last Monday 320000 and ordered a Primary Election for Marcli 593 70 13 The meeting we understand was a 3085436 little stormy The contention was over 3000 co the qualifications of voters Some con- Â¬ 775 46 3975 00 tended for open doors to nil known Dem- Â¬ 863499 ocrats while others of the committee 1713 wanted the doors open only to thosa who ieoo 00 for Bryan electors Speeches were 24 03 voted 1007 7 made George Casperke stood for the former while John Asbcraft champion- Â¬ 140052 8j LIABILITIES ed the latter It was a pretty close call Capital Stock paid In In cath t 2jooo 00 tho committee being almost evenly Undivided Profits 3263 86 divided But John Aslicraft got in one Deposits lubje ct to check on which intciest is not paid of his broadsides on George and tlio in 4893171 Btruclons went bis way Nono but those Time certificates of deposit on which per cent interest In paid 5785a 25 ic6783 96 3 voting for Bryan electors and young 140052 82 Democrats becoming of age and pledging themselvi s to support tho nominees can Statb of Kfvucky participate The woods are full of can- Â¬ County of Dreckenridgt J ot Harjihsburg 51 a Cashier of didates Tiiere are just six deism nil Dank It Heard and doing Bank business in the town of located told who want an office at the hands of Hardiusburg in laid county being duly sworn says the dear people They are a jolly set of that Ihe foregoing Report is in all respect a Irue fellows and therell be high old times in statement ofthe condition ofthe said Bank at the Meade from now ou until tho primary close of business rn the 26th day of December 189A to the best of his knowledge andtellcf and fur her The News will toll you who they are lays that the business of said Bank has been transnext week acted at the location named and not elsewhere and Â¬ ber 1896 RESOURCES Loans and dicountf less loans to Directors Loans to Directors officers not Included Overdrafts unsecured Due Irom Na ion il Hanks Hanking House and I ot Other Heal Estate Other Stocks and Mends Cashonhnrid Other items carrid us Cash Furniture and Fixtures Fund to Pay Taxes Current Ixpcnses Last Quarter f ANDYVILLE Mrs Â¬ Ben Willett Treats Her Pupils Osborns Arm Amputated Other News J D that the above repott is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State dciignatlng the 26th day of December 1896 at the day on which such repo t shall be nude MH Heard Cashier O W Heard M Eskkidck Directors It MJoiay Mrs Lizzie Smith spent Sunday with Mr J D Osborne STATEMENT Miss Myrtle Normau spent Christmas day with Miss Sallle Ojborno Annual Statement or the City of Cloverport They do say Andyvillo Is dead but I 1896 to Jan 11897 by F From Jan Bay it was on a boom Christmas day N DHuy City clerk 1 Subscribed and swom to bef t me by MH Heard ihe 29th day of December 1896 It S Skillman Clerk II C C Ily Flank Board D C Â¬ Beautiful weather during Christmas Cash received during the years times but is now paying up for It Jan 1st 1805 balance en hand I 38a3 Sallle now sighs and says theyre all Cash paid by I G Gregory Co jo getting married but me and Leap Year G W Short tax collector R B Pierce PJ pro tem is gone 3J iauiiujiierfiicenie 129403 Miss Ethel Kennedy is on a visit to F I Pujne tax cc Hector 1310 00 her aunties at Lodlburg and Barney J HSkllmanPJ J003 says O I how solitary Ja3joS Orders drawn to Jan ut 1897 Miss Sallle Osborne sa s she wished 1 319 So it would stay Christmas all the timoos For account Street Wurk Silaries 30250 got so many lovely presents long as sho Street Limpi and Siliry 17667 Eapenta and salary Pclice Ct little hop given at Mr S The nice 41 Interot on shop Honda 100000 Whelans Saturday night was enjoyed Taxes r funded Int 34fy Tho beBt of music by the by all O -- y Bryans 32 I sincerely regret Mr J D Osbornes Total amount paid I42q 48 misfoitune In getting his arm cut so Iljancecath en hand 85960 badly that it had to be taken off nnd the i8ioS family have my deepest sympathy Mrs Mollis Burch Qreenwell and Farm For Sale I lS6 Ac es pfland Ivlncr about nm ml brother Dr Burch have gone to Mc half east of Hardintbnig and the farm on whkh I Quady to se their sister Mrs Dr Itony live rhe place Is very well improved a moderate who Is confined tp her bed with con good dwell ng house lend all olher necessary cut buildings JTie lurm Is well supplied with plenty ol sumption water six Listing spilna that never go dry the drjest jeart AU a good orchard Any one Mrs Ben WilUtt our intelligent teach- Â¬ wanting such a place come and see for themiq ve etc apply fo or address er gladened the lioaits of the little ones I For term PATRICK TEAFF on the Farm Or V G Haboage Hardinsburg Ky by giving a Clnlstmas tree at the Green well school house Christmas eye night Tobacco Screw and Scales for Sale Miai Sallle and Noah Otborne gave One four Inch wrought screw four f et long com- and ore beam icilo diuws 2000 lbs Pries their assistance by acting Santa Mrs GALKN HAKBKE iSco Apply to Willett Is a lovely woman and is loved LeltehfisK Ky by all who know her We regret ex Â¬ Line For Sale ceedingly her tchool Is a near its close CU Lett orders outstanding 26oo8o 180 j Â¬ dont If you want pure whisky got Ghapln Son Hanslng hundred bariats of line far tale Pil e 40 cents a tu ret delivered at any pofatt on the Ohio liter between LcuUvllle and KvatUvllk Sm4 me jcui orders JSrUAKTOWiN L Jl itiiitt larfyrgrrrrir WKDENSDAV t tfrmn ntfiWrffir KEW3 0 1897 iJSTffgi CONDKNSKl A Collection yam BamQKastanpftanaitfeeLovaaPo umwi NEWS kv StJtf Breckinridge mas granted in rill courses BllfabKENRJfaGfe EKRON JAMtAltV of InlrrtHilnn Ileum iii A farmer Jintucd Dolnon refilling Jiul south of Muuoli I lid was held up nnd roblxnl by three hots in ktieeiuiiU Kach of tho boyn had u big molvor Jrmoi U CO ojldreil n lfi prisoner In BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS tho Ohio penitentiary co ilcii u In JefTor sin ojuntyfor murd r n tho ccoml 1 READY TO REASSEMBLE g ou nnd rceiyedJan 12 HiO loimttii suicide in his cc 1 by hrn i g Ths Tho coffto war Is oil In Arbucklc have mot tlio 1 ooiit mine ion Funding Bill In pnekngo coffio made by llni Woolson Tho Pacific Railroads company and the Intlor cut a liilf onl Will Occupy tho Attention of lower Tlioy declare thoy will kiup price utulur thoso of the Arbi oIpj uc any cost Tho House and Iud SiUiliy Jim At Kngllsh Chester Weathers win attmltcnd of thr WHIli in murder of hU brother-ln-liiUobsou was stipi o d to In in llnbsoti May Bo Discussed in the Senato 1 ot I 3 o srn iiilnl win tdvlng n pen niunth A civil suit lo 110 UC0 lias been A Blttor Fight Will Bo Mado ento o I by the widow npn nsr Weather In cutting up n giant onk troo on n Against It farm near Illcksvlllu O a hum n skoio ton was Imbedded in the tree about 30 grown Wasihsotox Jan 4 Tho hohsowill feet from the bitMjamiThe wood hud had to the tlmbor pet down to serious business ns soon as around the bones bo carefully hown away It Is u strmigo it reacnibks after tho holiday reces3 dlscovory nnd is creating in acli cmiiiiiont on Tnesdny Probably tho two most The ttou was solid nnd gavo no npponr important pieces of general legislation mice ot ever having been hollow to bo noted upon at the short session Henry Husteil of Liberty Iud cnshloi liavo been mado special orders and will of the Union County National bunk win consume tho entire week They aro the found hanging by tho neck to a rafter in Loud bill to amend tho laws relating to Ids btable His kuoos wero touohlug tho Fccond class mail matter so as to prevent floor nnd ho wns dead when found by hla known motive tho shipment of books and serial publi son No nffalrs nreIs In good Husledi financial condition cations in connection with newspapers He was widely known anil oitcnmod Ho tit tho cent per pound rato and to cut off was 07 years old and an ox soldlcr Down to Business irvlnlly oik fcittijfcti lho Holly IWnclcr- - Irrparrii Vrl Fof cinet tho newspaper samplo copy privilege nuil tho bill prepared by tho Pacifla railroad committee to fund tho debts of tho Pacific railroads nnd extend their payment for CO years nt 2 per cent Tho fund bill has already been de Â¬ bated ono ilny and under tho order adopted tho debate Will continno Tues day and Wednesday and tho bill will bo brought to a voto on tho latter day at 1 oclock Tho Pacific railroad bill will bo taken up on Thursday Tho general debato will continno until Friday evening On Saturday tho bill will bo open to amend ment nniler tho five minnto rule and on Monday tho voto will bo taken on tho bill and pending amendments Tho fnte of tho mcasnro will determino whether tho government will foreclose its mortgages on tho Union and Central IJoth theso roads havo de Pacific faulted and President Cleveland served uotico in fo many words in his nosago to congress that unless some congres sional action wai taken immediately steps would bo taken under tho authority of tho present law to protect tho government s interest by loreclosuro proceedings Tho friends of tho roads realio fully that this is tho hist chanco they will havo to accomplish tho funding of tho debt for which thoy huvo striven for 10 years and thoy will uso all their iutlu enco in its behalf But tho bill has also many bitter enemies espocinlly fu tho west and on tho Pacific coast Mr Powers of Vermont chairman of tho committee will ba its principal champion on tho floor while Mr Snlzer of New York and Mr Maguiro of Call fornia will lead tho opposition Both sides aro now figuring on n majority and tho futo of tho bill Is in gravo doubt Tho debato is expected to be of a very lively naturo and thero may bo tonio sensational incidents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Crimen nml Cnminltte Francis Joffrcs a fntmor residing neat Bclicfontaluo O accidentally out oil hlj loft foot while chopping wood By tho discharge of n Flobort rifle given to him Christmas against hh fathers wUli Hay Krlsnd 10 residing near Wa sou Iud shot himself In tho eyo Saturday and wns Instantly killed Chailcs Schuhordof Plelmont W Va blow his brains out in a hotel at Barton Saturday He left a scaled letter to ids sweetheait Miss Florence Amliews of Bur on and an open note saying ho died for love and asking that every ono who shall attend tho funeral bilng red flowers Charle Allen shot nnd mortally wound ed Elijah Davis his brothor-lu-laat faaturlay Allen was Ky Scottsvlllo shot f om ambush on tho night of Dec IS has been Robert Da Is his fathcr-lu-laancs ted ou tho chngc of shooting Allon A family feud is the causo Iu a genornl fight a few milos cast of S U erym went to Irvlhglon tiinrs day on buslncrs Mrs Virgo Hardin returned to her homo at Holt lMday la ton Shuinnto and t L titnkln were in town Wednesday Mrs Virgo Hardin o Holt was at Judge Wool oiks last week Mrs Wat field who bus been sick with lagrlppp Ib able to be out again Gene and Bee Ouedry spent tho holi daBBt home with their parents S J Brown nnd C A Fntisheo went to Louisville Wednesday on buslni ss Gene Guedry left or his place olbttsi m m Wednesday night at lnlucab Ky W J Hlmcklctt and sister Mits Uenn spent OhriBtmas in Louisville visiting the family of Georgo Waifield Miss Alice Hose lif w closed her music class hero and returned home She will begin teaching again first of March Tom McDonald was thrown from a horse near town rhurstay evening and sustained a broken arm and some serious bruises Dr Shncklett set the broken bono and lie is getting along very well 1 here la some talk of one of Kkrons most prominent citizens becoming n can Â¬ didate or County Clerk We nre not at liberty as yet to disclose his name but hope in the near uture to see his an- Â¬ nouncement Proff D S Hoberte Jr nnd family let Wednesday for Hardinsburg where Mr lloherta goes to take chnrge of the B and N col lego While wo regret to cst him in our own community wo congratulate Hardinsburg in s curing his services as a teacher One of the most remarkable cures ot rheumatism on record is related by Mr Good system is reached by tho blood and Oil us quaity ttiecondt tlon of overy organ de pends Good bleed means strong nerves good digestion robust health Impure blood means scrofula dyspepsia rheuma Â¬ tism catarrh or other diseases Tho surest way to have good blood is to tako Hoods Sarsapnrllla This modloino purlfljs vi- Â¬ talizes and enriches tho blood and sends tho olcments of health and strength to every nerve organ and tissue It creates a good appetite gives refreshing sleep and cures that tired feeling ltcmcmbcr THE NORMAL College bipio j essential to health Every nook and corner of tho Is Blood Tho First of American Nowspa port CHARLES A DANA Editor Tho American Constitution tho American Idoa tho American Spirit Thoso first last and all tho timo Second Term Opens Nov 10 189 G Fouit CotusKS Pedagogy Businessj Scientific ClasBiuii forovor Daily by mail - - Daily and Sunday by mail vU H cods Sarsaparilla In fact the One Tnio Blood 1nrlfler The Sunday Sun Price 5c a copy By mail 2a Aililrcso TIIKSITN Aciv Ynrlc is tho greatest Sunday No weeper in tho world Latin The Cumulative method is used in teaching the lnngungcs Greek German and French A Special Course for those who wish to prepare for Tcnchois Certificate In this course the students will he fitted for teachers by actual work in our MODEL SCHOOL Special terms to 320 pays tuition for all courses except music those wishing to pay as much as five months tuition in advance 6 a year Hoard 2co to 250 per week 8ayoar Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for teaching can make nrrangeincnth with the President of the College to attend school here it will pay you Wine lor paiticulars at once litst class school at a small cost you tlesiie to attend D S RORKRTS Jr Prcs Hardinsburg Ky Addicss or FELIX KERRICK Hardinsburg Ky Â¬ 11 1 year A Decayed Tooth Is the cause of much annoyance in the winter time Catch cold in it neuralgia toothache feel mean with the world Better have U8 patch it up others might suggest to havo it Do a neat job filled with gold silver pulled or aluminum With approved science at our command the operation will not pain you Would you rather suffer the pangs of neu for a neat ralgia or suffer the payment filling gold will cost more la the best HOOdS PlIlS take clro l ver Ills easy to ensy to operate V GREGORY tt GO Wharfmasters CL0VERP0RT Local Agenta more than one person supplies correctly the missing word tho cash amount will be distributed among lho successful Steamboat Agents KENTUCKY gnessers A foil mouths ago Tho Weekly Con stltutioi offered 1000 in cash to the subscriber guessing the szi of the years cotton crop as announced by tho Nov Orleans exehange Tho successful guess er vies Mr It T Poole of Rockingham N C who received immediately afler the announcement of the crop by the Now Orleans cotton exchange 1000 in cash fiom The Weekly Constitution enabling hltn to buy the farm nhich he was then renting and pay himself out of Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company ofl Doors Bach Blinds Yellow 1lne Floor HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished fur Buildings and Building Material The Willard Hotel i LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Â¬ senaterSgrAm Free IIoiiieHtcndu on Tanner Indian Ilea crvutln4 Unllnlilieil ua tin Calendar Wariiino rox Jan 4 Beyond tho fact that tho bill providing for freo homesteads on former Indian reservations on tho calendar in the unfinished business tho senate has no program for this week Thero is hablo to be a sharp clash of interest in lho effort to securo consideration end possibility that this clash may do clop an interest ing sensaiion Thofrisndr of tho Pa- Â¬ cific railroad ef muling bi I will mako Jan effort to fet that incisure up for consideration i nlcss they i ouotudo that in doing so thty may i upa r its chances of pas Mio until tht pas day or two it appeared ce tain tha the Cntian resolutions would bo spring hnntediatoly after the begii uiug of busi ies on Tuesday It is now potsiblo oven i robable that botli questions will go ovoi at least for aftwdays If tho iroveiieut to havo tho committer on f rci n relations again consider tho quistio i as to when it bliall bo taken up j rovnils tho question cau not bo raisi d until after tho commit toe meeting on Wednesday nnd tho advocates of df lay aro becoming quito sauguino that if thoy succeed in preventing consideration until Wednes day they will becuro a still further postponement Senator Gear chairman of tho Pacific railroads committoo H doubtful of tho advisability of pressing for the consideration of his funding bill until after tho action of tho house oa tho sumo mens uro and may wait upon that body If ho does not delay ou thi account ho will mako uu effort to get tho bill up on Tuesday or immediately after tho homo stead bill shall bo disposed of If either tho Pacillo bill or the Cnban resolutions secures consideration thero will bo a sharp contist and much ani mated debato Tho homestead bill vill be opposed by Senator Piatt nnd othi rs vhilo Senntor Pettigrow will take tho lead in its advo-Â¬ cacy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Nashville Jou 4 Fire which orig inated in tho immense dryjroods storo of Lebeck Brothers at 11 oclock Saturday Â¬ FIRE IN NASHVILLE 1ropcrtjr to the Amount of Tour llumlroil Thoiuaud Iillur Destroyed BIG night destroyed nine stores and tho south end of the city market liouso containing offices of heads of city departments Tho total loss is estimated to bo from 375000 to 100000 iusuranco about 300000 Soveral firemen woro injured by fall ing walls Captain James Sullivan was caught by n falling wall and had his leg brokeu and was otherwise badly Charles Thompson cashier bruised and J B Carr manager of Stief Jow elry company were badly wounded by falling walls Tho following buildings were totally Lebeck Brothers Aber- destroyed Shook Evuiu Langham nathy Company Leickhardts Heirs Wolf Company Brandon M Barns Company Paul 8c jLompany Treacy Boyllus The buildings damaged were Stief jewelry company Marshall Kobinson It Bruce Urimes Daly is believed rebuilding will begin at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thompson post master at Deckers Point Pa as follows While out driv- Â¬ ing one day last winter I wes caught in a cold rain The next morning I was unable to move my head or arms owing to an attack of inflammatory rheumatism My clerk telephoned for a physician but supgisted that I use Chambarlains Pain Balm there being a bottle open on the counter He rubbed the effected parfs thoroughly with Pain Balm and built up West Union O In which pistols knives a hot Are 1 dczed oif to sleep and when anil rocks llglfcd Walt Grooma was so veielycnt about tho head and id irooma I awoke about half an hour later tho n Ij other had his eheok lnd epen imtl pain had gone entirely and I have not skull fractured George Hammond was been troubled since People come hern cut In seeiU plnces about tho lieid Tho from many miles around to buy Cham Â¬ boys wiro eturuliig from chi ch For fale by A It medicines It is rcpor o from Vi on o sio of berlainsDruggist Fisher o eo Urn fl o s a ud i l n lgo Hid m in n of the levol of tin S mta t c on of hu aunt 1 buttd silie m in s In VALLEY HOME th co nti i 1 ho llro nhut off ho x t o I iduna i 18 m ners who pe islud An who led a n so m a y was su oo o I Happy New Year Tin cutsu if hi lire is uuknovMi Tho Will Smith has moved into his new bodies have no yet bcn itcovered Paris Witers 17 called nt lho ion0 of house L n soy Ct ljy sovon mllei loutl of on Little Mis Ilattie Hszal Handy Pidntsvllle Ky into Satutday if iirnoon the bick list and when tho latter nppa il iValters 6hot and Instnutly killed Ctiiliy jast Miss Susie Elder is visitugher aunt August at a sehool election r Couloy Mrs II B Livers shot George X Wnltora n brjlhe of It II Smith is much mproved In mi a Paris AValors ami Saturdays Udli g is tho outgrowth of the An rut v t hoot lug recent indisposition Walters Is otlll at large Charley AskinF from Texan is visiting liis sister Mrs W H Brown Tallure Tho Cltl ns Nationnl bar- - or Fi rgo The News is a welcome vhitor at our N D ha fabd The b ik ic ho hands of Xatlnal J U r aiunct An home and we could not well get along without it hcinier Tiie e pitnl U 0i 0J i Georgo O Dozlir pop 1ft r of tho Another Christmas has ended and Madison couiity marbl1 o U nt llch mond Ky has asslgro I to itmlre H P these of us who have children tealiz that they aro fast slipping away dom us Armor An cts and liabilities u ikuoi n they will ere many yeaia have to tako Tho BlinTton Boot and sliojcmijiany of IilufTtoii lad orgauired firn jean ngo up the burden of life and bear its but with a capital of J33tO hai olosei its den alone doors Tho stock and entlo pi int will bo sold While visiting in the home of Leo Tho Security Mortgage Trust oonr any Bandy we noticed a beautiful gold watcli of Dallas iox has parted into tae h mds sent to him from an Uncle in Iowa for a of a rccclvu Iiabllltles fJltS215 nisots 12314000 times ami poor odlcc birthday present Itis a beautiful gilt Hird and one to be appreciated Lee is a tlous is the cau io Mrs Emma M Kennedy anil Mr manly little fellow and preparing him Amanda M King both wlvel of fai aors self for college resiling near London assigned Mrs Kennedy leturucd as assets a farm vi lucd Bucklens Arnica Salve at t 000 Mis King roturui rcnl citato The Best Salvb in tle world fur Cuts wothf35J0 Edward I Morrnnol Mo chaiilchbu at O has been male nss gnco Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ in both cases ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Deaths Mrs C M Ltllard aged 71 died at and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ Lawiencoburg Ky quired It ia guaranteed to give perlect Father Joseph tho head of tho Chris satisfaction or money refunded Price tian Biothors is dead In Paris A 25 cents per box For Salic ur A It Mrs Webb Shough of AVlllIamsburg Fisher O died ot injuries received by beiog at tacked by a vloous horso THE MISSINO WORD Charles Fox Guild of Boston pay In spector United States nary rot In d u dead aged 65 years Ho was tho sou of Charloj M Guild paymaster in tho navy A New Chance for OnrSnbictibersTo during the war Iu 1800 ho was ordered Make Money to Portsmouths navy yard wboio ho re mained until 1871 when ho was sont to Houg Koug as tho repieicntatlvo of the Wo call tho attention of our readers to naval department tho Interesting details of our cubbing proposition with tho Atlanta Weekly THE MARKETS Constitution published in full elsowhoio Itevleiv of Grain ami Livestock Market As will be seen tho joint price of our 1ur January 4 paper and The Weekly Constitution for rittiburc one year is but 2 00 Every subscriber Prime f I 7535 00 feeders will not only get Cattle the two papers for little 13 0081 00 bulls stags nud cows 19 863 it 0J iloirs Pilmo light I3 654S3UJ more than the price of one but will in heavy 13 3033 43 common to fair ti 45 addition havo a chance to rniticlpate Sheep Extra tJ 0583 6 good OJ 5 xpilnir fi 6533 6 roiumon IJ OddJJ 60 111 COO without cost in tho Missing Word Con- Â¬ 13 74J3 00 veal calves lambs test the premiums for which are offered 0 75 by both papers Every Bubccrlber is Cincinnati Wheat Maoijfo Corn flla23o Cat- entitled to guess at the inlying word in tle Selected Dim hers 3 D0J1 25 fair to the following sentenco common 13 S53 85 J 26 medium Supply and demind are as Inti- Â¬ 8O HoKi dUcted ami jirlmo butchers as cause and 3 3J3 4 niektng 3 80 3 30remmnu mately M J ti 1 3 debt Every intelligent person should sub si ribe to his home paper nndsliould tako at least ono general neviepaper which covers the nevis of tho world This The Constitution does better than any southern wc kly newspaper and the fact that it has now the largest circulation of any weekly Lowspaper published on the western hemisphere attests to its popu- Â¬ larity It publisht s 150000 copits every week and gois into more bonus in the southern nnd wi stern states than any weekly newspaper published iu America You want your homo paper nml when you cau get it in connection with The Weekly Constitution for almost tho price of ono end iu addition become a partici Â¬ pant in the great missing word contest announced tW There you shall take Pompl advant ge of tho combination Hitnit to combination price to us and eindyiiti gtu8 of the missing word along v th it jmI wo will forward your niiuio t The Constitution and your If you ere guets will be duly recorded already a subscriber to our paper and iiiittl o Weekly Constitution forward let ONl DOLL K with your gin si of the oid and wu will see that it is ii issini ut to ilni Constitution The ropition is an attractive one ald it i to b hoped that some readers or tlii n per will eupply the correct iiissitt nd in tho alwve sentence Â¬ The well known Brands of Whiskey For Medical use can bo had at Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed rooms Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Decorated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont a superior in the South rate of charges considered M F POPHAMS Over 810000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY W Scott Miller Jr Manager OFC Taj lor Old Sport Keystone Club Tine Clariette Wines Mail orders will be given prompt attention Independent GOLDEN RULE Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Main LOUISVILLE KY 1 Southeast Cor of Twelfth Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and per cent Commission WOOL TliU Ii tho tost market and ours vnnccn en consli inncnU ItosUlcs wo ninny lnrRO fuctnries lo supply Wo trade no iriiveiui ngeuis ouip an WOOL KV Â¬ 110 Third Struct or 013 to 310 Murrell Court HERNDON CflRTER CO LOUISVILLE Ii tho tout liouo to rhln to Wo maVa llburnl nI- linvo better luillltlci than other lmuses In IihvIiik pet you tlio top prlco nml pny spot caili j not Iu your wool uuu iarin proauco uireci n -- Kreti U I reir County la We be lhve l aril erlaine Cougii Riinidy to b i Hih ri medy iu use Wo use it ii our f imilie and it is a lavorite among irir en tomera IIlckuk Dues oc Co 2i and 0 cents bottles for tale by A It Fisher Druggist J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co DUKES Dave Ptarks and family aro visiting riIativuhere Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tom UcGavoek is moving to Sterretts CANNELTON IND Bottom this week Mr John Duke has larippe also V M IIUUCH J L HODGFS Junes Lay has a sick child Secy 1rcs llev Morton and daughter Mies lies s e attended services here Friday night Miss Katie Robertson is spending the holidays with Misses Bertha and letirlio INCOIUOItATEI yfe- - bowlds 50 000 1000 Shares Capital Stock -Merer Nate Starka Tom Palo and -- sgrrr-rrr8Sfegf now on Sale at 2 Each John Downs dined with your correspond ent Now Years day A Word to Tobacco Growers If winter borrows many tnoro days from spring what kind of weather shall The Wheel Tobacco Co Is now a div wo expect wheu ne look for beautiful SAAVS it la dernl pasr It la not a scheme spring leather Particular attention given to repairing largo Circular Saws enterprise based nnd manned on an After two weeks meetings at ths place strictly business principles As Boon as the above dumber ol shares ssrvicts wero brought to a close Friday Every Saw w itrranted of the stock will advance to Every Saw It ettd bj Bteam before it leaves tho Bhop night There were three conversions are disponed per cent and will readily par or 100 AVcrkmanshlp tht very jett and one renewal altogether It has beeu command a premium The btislnts is Trices lower than ai y shop In America We want Saws that other nbops have add to bo the best meeting held at thia run entirely In the interest of tobacco Mark your namu on Saws and send growers the stock cannot be sold to any failad on to proo otir skill aaSaw repairers place for a number of years other clas of men Hemember that the a It tter of advice a j to rt pairs wanted Address Mrs Eliza Faison died Saturday morn Company is live yeart old and that Itis i lg at oclock and was buried Monday THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS Rockport Ind establishtd it is no longer an experi- Â¬ She ha I lived to nearly four score years Itemember wo have no nalaried ment and leaves a husband nnd nine children oflicers tilting up the profits and that to mourn her death Tho bereaved ones this Companys expenses aro a hundred or of their many fold lees bavtt- - the sympathy than any other company of the WITH friends saniH slzi Buy your stuck now or ship us live Lhds nnd get one share free You will not Uoti ttill make money rt grot it Address WheelTobaccoGo WL yiiil - Mlm i iiW GTlie Rockport Savsr Works eooicport insriD of All Kinds Repairs 3 - Hammering and Straightening a Specially a if owelt GRDVEi PICKETT oiiAS JWHEEL TOBAOOO OO Southeast Corner 12th aud Jlaln Sts LOUISVILLE KY uiiiDGES W G BRIDGES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Co C A Bridges lltontirToit Cor Eighth and Main Str6ots LOUISVILLE a KY Â¬ NERYE--Lk -- I t r-jTIL x a- FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE BOOK to rough lamb 3 t iS8 7533 16 Shoep 8 t 3 3 75 effect 3 73 Chicago 13 033 40 Hogs Selected bUchoM mixed M 5i3 40 Cattle Native nloers Miles fl 1W51 l o ws fJ WO Di most 31j33 U nnd bulls Sho- p- 0j 1 hmb 1 i ami 10 Cattto- lambs bi Mow York 5545 20 Sheep 50 fJ 2533 78 A Valuable Prescription Editor Morrison of Worthington Ind You have a valuable Hun writes onco prescription in Electric Bitters and I can Yollinf lluuiu Election lift Drclileil cheerfully recommend it for ConstipaCleveland Jan 1 Justico Brown tion and Sick Headache and as a general rendered a decision yelerday in the system tonio it liaa no equal Mra An case brought against Dan It Ilanna nlo Btehlo 2025 Cottage 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V TH SKERrtETT Nu lilrnly Iuhm A it ay Wjsiiismtos Jan a Hear Admiral Joseph S Skerrctt letlred died hero OBLHH it-- BRdKRtmmQR MaflS OtiOVRaPOft Filibusterer Sunk LOVCrj A kv pvm hwtv xiin m A Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUAUY 0 1697 A Hit In t Iti litiiilral l lrl - TiVat D2CID2D TO Die nrlmllo Acht lint Yli no-ni-1 MtKthrnil 1 llr Â¬ KJXWW Flood In Chicago k THREE DAYS A SMALL RAIN CAUSES DELUGE Groat Damage Has Beon Dono Streets Look Like Rivers and Many Basements Are Flooded A Terrible Blizzard Raging Ovor the Westorn States became n downpour lias caiwrt u ilcliitfo wliich 1ms nm ly bcfii I Npiririittd in Chicago and Oxik In tlm intuty midst of tho city whim the drainage facjlith s nro in better liiiip not nincli inconvoiiieiico is felt but in tho outer districts tho street look more like rivers than thoroughfares mid many incuts are flooded Outsido of tho city many roads are in an imputable condition and the fields nro covered with largo expanses of L Cilicwn Tun J A ruiitinmnis mill fill for three dnys wliirli at sonic time lae Tho Desplaincs river the Illi nois utid Michigan canal and tlm drain ago canal nru tonents in a number of localities tlio former hsii burst over IR banks and flooded tho surrounding country South Knglewood is almost submerged Sidewalks are covered with water and basemen nro flootkd but no very serious dainago has been done so far In tho stockvard i region tho samo condition existed Tho pumping works at Uridgejiort were found to shut down tho dnunago canal being so full of wutir that it was found inijKi Mbln to force it back Asn result tho current of the river was tinned toward Lake Michigan and all the impurities of tin sticam wcro emp- Â¬ tied in tho direction of tho course of Chicagos water supply Tho condition of alluiis at Summit is alarming The water of tho Despluiius river has risen to within two feet of tho top of tho dam and it is fiaied if tho water continues to rise it will overflow into Ogden s ditch and both streams will pour toward Chicago At Lamont things look equally serious It is feaud that tlm Illinois and Michigan canal will leavo its banks and Kweep away the lumberyards located there That jMirtiim of the country north of Lamont known as tho Hats is flooded for miles Tho ruin turned to snow about mid night tlio weather suddenly turning water Â¬ Â¬ yesterday His death while sudden expected ns ho had was not wholly been in bad health since hl lctircmcut fiom uitivu centre in Inly lbOI Tho admiral was in the Jlth year of ngo nnd Is survived by n widow threo duughtrrs and two sons Tho funeral will takeplaco Sunday afternoon and tho interment will be r t Arlington Admiral Skerrett had n long nnd lionovable rarier lu the servico of his country A native ot Ohio ho entered tho navy as midshipman in Uctober IMS paed through the various grades becalm- - a lieutenant in 1825 it lieutenant rommandir in 1SIW nnd was sta tioned at tlio Washington navyyard tho following year after which ho served creditably during tho civil war on tho Shennuiloah and tho gunboat Katahdiu lie commanded tho gunboat Aroostock from lblil to ISM and was actnnlly en gaged with tho Coiifiderato fortifications at tho month of the Brazos river Texas in June lbtil Stib equenth lie spent threo years purveying in tin Pacific ocean hud com mand of an cxpidition to Paiiauia nnd another to Apia Samoa to settle local troubles with tlm United States consul wns governor for two years of tlio naval asylum at Philadelphia later was in command of tho nnuil forces on tho Pa cific station and was at Honolulu during the excitiug times following tho revolution It is said that b cause of his suspected sympathy with tho annexation party ho was saniniarily detached from tho com mand of the station and transferred to the Aiutic station where ho rendered valuable son ices in connection with tho tro i hies in Coreu leading up to tho ClnmselipuiiCM war Whilo on the Aiut Million he reached tho retiring age ii July 1MM and was ordered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ho A re JUMPHD FROM In -1 1 A WINDOW Itliiimi ImmitlUt Tuloi Ilia Ii ills tn LITa cobl Reports from all parts of tho west tell of damago by fhxxl and storm la Illinois heavy rain has fallen streams nro flooded making tlio roads iinpaablo and damaging winter wheat Juliet is threatened with ono of tho worst floods in its history Hickory and Spring creeks aro out of their banks ami the Desplaines rhcr and thu lower lu el of tho canal havo raised 10 inches Fam ilies are moving out of their houses ami lowlands uro flooded Water is sweep ing throngh tho lumberyards and tho ltock Island track is submerged In tho vicinity of Luioii wheat has been damaged badly by tlio U hours niin and tho mads aro impassablo for marketing corn Tho Sangamon rier is rising threatening destruction to thousands of bushels of cribbed corn hours and is still It has ruined for raining but growing colder In northern Michigan tho rain is nlo Fovero Near Menominee it has rained for IS hours Logging has been and hundndsof men havo como out of tho wood Ico gorges at Fischer and other points on tho Menoiiiineo river thriatening serious consequences to Menominee and Marinette In MiiiuisoUi n Mianl raged all day yesterday with alternating rain anil sleet and with falling temperature South Dakota suffered u seeio snow storm which prevailed all day jester day Tho MiowdrifUd and urailroul blockade is ft and Nebiaska is suttering from the woist blizzard it has experienced for years Snow was 112 inches on the level last night and tho wind piled gieat drifts six and seven feet high Trains wiro dolayidin thoiciuitv of Hastings A blinding snow is failing and a sharp wind is blowing At Grand Island thoro was flvo feet of snow in tho Union Pacific railroad yards Telegraph and telephone servico is greatly impeded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uud daylieak and dashed his lu auis oit on the stone flag ging i f tiie y rd At I t yi sierday niorniiig one of tho stable toys einpiied by Mr Mauioii a sister-in-iaxvitii who u Mr McUul high liwtl fiund the body Mr Mo Ciillagh wasattied in hi iilght clothing llehadbien loiilined to his loom since Nov 10 with aeuto asthma com plicatid witli neiMius dejnvs ioii as a result of his nrdaius labors in tho re cent election Dr C H Hughe his plivsieiiiii said j Mr Mcllallagh was tired of living and kilhd himself Ho gave no piemo- nition of suicide during his illness I saw him for a littlo whilo last evening Ho said he felt sleepy and pnoiuo to uniicrstanii lie wanted mo to leavo linn alone His brain was afreet ed but his intelbct was all right Ho suffered irom profound nervous exhaustion com plieatul with a lccurring kidnev trouble No writings weio found in Mr Mo Oullaghs room explaining his act or leaving instructions for tho arrange ment of his utfalrs after death s Jan Joseph H McCnl high idltoi of Tho llobe Deniocrat was fi d di ad on tin pavement in tho sri7 West PiuoH i his ti iienee lotlit Mini at lsil iiVIoek yesterday hi lad evidently jumied inn u iii fio u t lie wiiuw i f his bedii urn on tho third floor n the lous some tiiuii be Sr Lot ni twiiii imduight Â¬ Â¬ I Citti a- i In Ikcnuso their pa rents ho lit thei tro you 11 v to marry LOST Nehe Ureii- i I years of uge nndObbie STEAMER COMMODORE lltath on- yi in younger decided to The jri killed lirnclf commit ru idOFF THE FLORIDA COAST by drinliii uirlohr mill but tho nervo of the ynilli failed hlai at tho lust luinute iri l ho stood by and watched Probably Sixteen Lives Lost as hisswcth art dlo The young conplo vi itcd one of tlio downtown theaters Only Twelve Out of a Crew of Friday Iwi ng and after tho perform ance they wulkid tho streets ilscussing Twenty Eight Have their tmab is Lato in th night they decided that the time to dm bad como and entered thu coal sliid of Adolph Christcnsen 12 So Far Been Heard From Gen which is fullyhud nile Irom tho theater b en earlier in tho whom th night Here they paiscd tho bottle Weyler Suddenly Returns of acid back and forth several times neither liuvlng tho conrago to drink to Havana Finally the girl draut half of it and as soon as slio felt the effects of tho ncid sho begged yoang Heath not to The drink it She died within a fow hours JACiovviLLn Fla Jan 4 RtcninerConniodore which cleared from however this port for Cicnfnego Cuba on J J DAVIDSON DEAD Thursday with a cargo of arm nnd lln Win Well Know CdiiKresiiniiii Ulect nmiuiiuitinii foundered of Now Smyrna I inn lrioiyhiinltl at an arly hour Saturday morning HrAVrit Falls Fa Jan 4 Nows Twenty eight nun were on Loard of the steamer and so far as known only i was received hero yesterday thnt Hon Ono boat was washed J J Davidson of Beaver tho well wero saved ashore empty and another 0110 landed known Ht publican congressman elect tho 12 men The oinmrdoro carried for this Twenty fifth districts had two other boat- but theso have not been died Satin day night nt Phtunix Ariz where ho had gone in the hopo of imheard from Tho steamer is said to havo sunk proving his healli Mr Davidson wn 38 years old nnd about 20 miles oat to sea Tho Cotnniodt ro strack twico whilo leaves a wifo and two small children crossing the bar at tho mouth of tho all of whom wcro with him nt tho timo river and had ben leaking almoit from of his death His death wns duo to lung trouble from which ho 1ms been tho start Major Hicardo A Delgado 0110 of tho sulleriug for some time Tho remains crow arrivid hero on tho train from will be brought homo to Beaver this Now Smyrna accimipanid by eleven w ek fcr interment His place will havo to bo filled by a other survivoiH all of the latter beiir Unbans Major lelgado was mt nt special election this spring Judgn M 1 Mecklin of Rochester is already A Huau l loriin lepn tho train by STiitativoof tho Cuban junta to whom mentioned for the place provided ho will accept it and it is stated that ho ho told tho stoiy of tho wreck Delgado report d fiat ho was awak will hnc littlo or no opposition One of Mr Davidsons brothers ened about i oclo k midnight Friday of Senator M S night by the loiiort that tho steamer Lewis is n Qunv was leaking The pumps would not work and the men set to work to bail tho steamer out This ptocd ineffect ual and soon DAUGHTERS enginier rep net that Development it was imposuibe to lniddltiK Into womanhood any f irther na slow ces dulled face pimpled complex tho water had pit out tlio fh s 111 tho f Ion sallow palm In back and tide and engines constantly tired The Commodore was then 20 miles -out to sea uitl ws ruiiiiin lowaid Mosipiito 111 et light Til U uts wero Most trying and critical time of life for Loth mother nnd daughter Regulate and lowired and i e dna d il others got strengthen the delicate organs which boat nnd pulled away into one should perform the natural functions of The sea wis lotgh It was y X n m everything da k Uelgido was of womanhood During 35 years Winter the impesion that the rt or boats wero smiths Iluchu liai never failed in curing loweiedut the samo time bat 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tho trains at many points in Kuusas being delayed by snowdrifts A fall of nbont 10 degrees lias beon ex perienced at most points with tho ther mometer still falling A heavy wind has blown steadily for thu just 21 hours drifting the snow badly and causing trouble to railroads and danger to stock In tho Indian Territory heavy rains havo swollen tho galleys and small streams and railway companies aro taking extra precaution against wash outs Â¬ Kansas City Jan Illlxuiril Out WVt CHINESE JUNTA IN CHICAGO Jluns In H Jan 1 Ciicaoo According to Wong Chin Foo editor of Tho Uhineo News Chicago is to become headquar ters for thoChineso revolutionary junta This body plans tho overthrow of tho present Chinese dynasty by tin armed invasion from a convenient island in tho South Feas Kooms for tho junta havo been already engaged In this city and tho Mongolians hero now await tho coming of Sung Vat Sen to set tliu ma olinery in operation which is to open China to western civilization Sung Yut Sen is tho Culostial revolu tionist who recently was kidnaped in tlio streets of Loudon nnd whoso releaso Ho wtw effected by Lord Salisbury now is collecting money and organizing Ho will sail Ills followers in JngUimt f ir America within two or threo weeks where ho will confer with Wong Chin Foo of Chicago nnd other leaders of tho UMncso reform party in this country Met lu the Huuil Tunica Miss Jan 1 A shooting nffruy occurred in tho buburbs of this town yesterday which rctultcd in tho duath of S D King nnd wounding of D II Allen both prominent citizens aim piuiueM liioy mot m tin road when King drew Ilia pistol uud shot Allen in tho cheek Allen then Aral itrikiuff King in tho iaea nnd killing him instantly Tliero hud been soma bad blood leforo tho difllcnlty Allen Immediately uvu himself up to Sheritl Â¬ Iri seut Ililiico Djnmty ioiitiiiiiliitlii lii Ow rtliruw Mm M 16 Tho military and civil authorities and Old aC0 a delegation awaited his coming and ac- No 1 daoit POITLTRV general from tho Hem per lb Toiii Jan l Samuel M Young companied tho captain tho S Ha1 the nldesc rtilioad director in tho world wharf of Ciballcria to been palace in of Spring Chickens per dm 2S3 00 Louisville Hender onSt Louis RCo vana Tho lity has on tiptoo 13 12H iliul heie yesterday in hi 01st year expectation of General Wivlers arrival UuckH per lb jiHiO The deceased camo hero nearly three- - nil day but his intention to return was leoie per doz POTATOES inaiteii ot a century ago liom Leba not allowed to bo cablod from hero until Irish per barrel 1 00 75 non K II where ho was born Tho after ho had uiiivcd New ha 3 CO 2 51 Swoct potatoes per bbl 1 00 7J lato Chief Justice Waite was a law stuYukliis Criect WEYLERS NEW YEARS EDICTS From itore 2 to 6 cts higbsr dent in Mr Youngs ofllco and received Q ti L 609 oclck L K liilij Ito 22189S Mures In All Iiirorporuti il VIIIukii Mut Navy Heana per buibtl legal training under his guid his fust K00TS lli riiitnl WIII1I11 nivlit Iii ance Wtit Bound Traim Oinsong 2 10 2 75 at Bound Tram Havana Jan 1 General Weyler SclIch Snake Mr Young was also piesident of tho 4 Toll do National bank for a quarter of a from Uayato encampment issued two Pink C 4l Mall Mill century Hewasouoof tho projectors edicts dated on New Years day Tht so Yellow 21 Hxrra Exprs STATIONS Hxprs Kxpr of the Cleveland Toledo railroad now edicts prohibit tho exitenco and tho Wild linger 5 1 Dally Pally tho Lake Shore In lato yea ho helped salo of hardware saddlery clothing Lailjr Slipper Dally Dally Hocking Valley provisions to build tho Columbus 1i 63lpm 7 Warn lvUan pt Star 12Hpm 87 OOpn and medicines in towns May Apple Blood 12 SO 8 48 and Toledo railroad Tho deceased 2i 846 8 07 Kentucky 45 7 20 Westlolnt 1164am 710 leaves a huge fortune to his threo chil- where fortifications do not exist Eight 8 48 1160 723 7 07 Howard days after tho dato of tin issuance of Timothy per FIE1D SEEDS 1 10 dren Wuihel Willowdale 732 1141 867 619 tho idict stores in all unprotected vil- Clover per bushel 4 SO Hoc Haven 9 04 1136 738 6 63 Ktixk Itirn lluriicil 7 45 U12 lages and hamlets must bo closed nnd Crimson Clover per bushel 6 47 Lontr Branch 1127 3 00 Jlrandenbura- - 1118 765 6 39 9Zi LOVKUM O Jan 1 60 Tho immense all of thu foods must bo lemoved to PeilToppej bushel 1109 931 801 Baron 633 1 10 stock and farm bam belonging to strongir places This samo order np Orchard Urass per bushel 9 40 813 1100 Guston 624 lllue Irait fancy pr bushel 85 82U 1061 plies to stores on sugar estates unforti Irvlngton 940 616 Cieorgo MiCainmeroii near South Lob Ulue 8 24 55 bushel 1042 957 Webster 603 lied in the other provinces This edict Oniondrass extra perper bushel iiiion was entirely destroyed by lire 1007 1033 837 Jodlburjr 655 1 25 f ets Yellow 8 46 10 li 1025 Pierce 5 48 yesteiday morning at 4 oclock All tho takes etfect eight days after publication White 2 60 8 60 1020 Sample 102J 643 contents wero lost Six horses wero and persons found guilty of violation HIDES 8 68 10 2S Stephen sport 1011 535 of theso orders will bo cousldeied as Green food burned to death Fremont Lemliig a 10 3i 10013 6H 9 02 AddUoa 6 81 10 CU 8 9 906 1036 dairyman next neighbor went to his rebel sympathizers and tried and con Dry Salt good Holt 529 demned as such 10 4 9 50 Clovcrport 918 617 Dry flint good 10 Q 11 barn a shoit whilo before his dogs treo 10 61 9 22 9 46 Shops 5 li Tho second edict orders tho formation Sheep skin 10 Q 40 jug a tramp whom he fired out audit U33 9 35 1102 SMllman 5 03 of a cultivated 70110 around the larger WOOL 9 44 9 25 is htippocd that ho went to 1112 Hawesville 4 53 1120 4 46 962 917 Pctrle Tub washed 21 bam lighting a match to find towns A pieco of giound will bo allot1125 968 911 Falcon 4 40 15 M 16 ftreaie Sne his way dropping it and setting flro to ted free of charge to tho different fami1008 1135 9 02 Lcwisport 4 31 0 12 tho place Tho lo s will bo several lies there assembled Theso families Hurry 1015 1142 8 66 4 25 Waltimn will bo allowed to plant vegetables and Ulack 11 13 1025 8 46 Powers llSUro 416 thousand 1203pm to harvest tint crops thus raised 1038 8 34 4 05 8 10 Pates An Hurry and Cuts 1048 1215 8 25 Owensboro 3 65 Xeir Trial liliiil Iir MISCELLANEOUS exception is imido in thocaso of woim 11 11 IX Iy 1221 814 3 44 Mattint Daytov O Jan Ki 1105 1231 Tho motion for who havo brothers and husbands now Tallow 8U9 Griffith 3 89 26 MTliugiu the iiiMiigeut nriuy Noil Beexiraz 11 OH 1231 8 05 Stanley 3 36 new trial in tho Fran 2 murder case 16 20 12 41 1115 Worthlngton 7 68 3 30 lotuieut of any kind will bn inado for Sorhuia Molatiea has been filed It is grounded on 10 1123 1247 7 61 Heads 3 23 them This lreehold use of tho land 1131pm U 54 SpottSTllle 7 43 316 reasons Misconduct on the part of tho will 1138PD- - 100 last six months after tho war is 7 36 Bassett 310 jury is allcgi d in having formed and ex over Sens your name tor a Souvenir U65pm 115pm ar Hendein 7 20m2s5pB ol the Works ol Eugene Field jircnsll opinions prejudicial to tho de FLEET IN FLORiFa WATERS fendant belore entering tho jury box Tin com t is also chargul with erring in Djnuiiitte CriilMT V1IHI114 tlio Iutit Vi- L II St L Ry FordsviMe Branch charging tho jury and also admitting i l flrilt rril Smith the Eugene JUM monument Souvenir and letusing to admit certain evidence vVahiinotov Jan 4 Tho dynanilto tirnnilfnl Art TToduetlon of the cen The defence nlti claims to havo discov f Wen TIME TABLE No 9 molt cruiser Vesuvius uud tho armed dis tury A snioll bunch of tUs actct frairstt Fields ered new eMileiico oral jithtrcl freia tbc broad patch vessel Dolphin havo been ordered Finn of Love Contains a selection Cultnt most TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1695 of the Field Hand to Florida waters to ro enforco tho al lieautifulof thejioenu ot HuRctieof the worlds hy Rast Hound Train ready numerous fleet of government somelv Illustrated theirthirty five to the Mon- Â¬ WestlloundTrilns feft conliibutlon Ktealestnrtlsts ns Daily DaTij Dally Daily vessels now engaged in tho effort to ument 1und Hut for the ollecootilbllos crtbo ea Sun ex Sun Dot bote beta naoufsc STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun suppress tho filibustering expeditious treat arlltts this book couldat book stores or sent NoB Nol No 8 No tuicd lor Joo lorsale preiuld on receipt of Jito The love oflerlugtoÂ¬ bound for Cuba 1110am Ly lrvington At 92ilap theChtlds rent Laureate published by the Com Garlfeld 1160 810 Tliero nro now two wurshiiis tho to create a fund to build the Monument 1205pm 7 50 Harned Newark and thu Raleigh helping tho mittee care for the family of the beloved poet aud to junction 12 12 7 40 Fund Eugene Held Monument Souvenir revenue cutters in this service and it 12 2 7 30 Hsrdlnsbunr 12 35 Ite Uourti street Cblco lu 7 15 Junction may bo that tho cutter fleet will also bo 12 5s 7 00 Kirk ie enforced if it is practicablo to simro Jolly 6 60 110 any inoro of tho fow vessels still held 011 6 30 123 Oleodcane 1 35 Dempster 6 20 duty for tho usual revenue marine serv PURELY VEGETABLE sr Fillsfloughlv 6 00 155 BO YEARS ice 011 tho Atlantic coast This is some 2 20 Dempster - modi 6 37 Tlio rliPiincRt purest find liet fumlljEXPERIENCE Rcxkyale 2 30 5 27 rlnu In thu viirlill An clfccluul spt cltlo fur what doubtful for it is said that nearly 2U 61 ltuth all of thu cutters which are not absonllilluiiMNorthu II verHtmnacli and Hplfn 2M Askiaa fiot KiUiiluto tlm IImt ami prevent ClillU awl lutely required at tho present moment 3 09 4 50 Oaks l VjrH ltnwel Comjilaluti Muliirlimi to perform boarding duty uro nlready on Mitchell 320 4U JuunUlcouuil Suuacu 340pm ArKordsTillely 4 96am the Florida coast or on watch for flli llM llltlMTIII busteis ehowhoro Sumiiil 31 Yihiiij tlm Oilrnt ltuilrmul 2iZl 41 Dlriitor Iliur Auny jmtK jsrsm w J iW8 mf kWtefe r ou -C T -- w yip - -- SUPPLY AND DEMAND ARE AS IHflHATELY is quoted from a prominent writer upon economic subjects making your guess it is not necessary to write out the full My guess for tnissing word for 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POWDIR MOST A PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or sny otlicr adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge If- News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 01897 J LOCAL BREVITIES Fancy and staple groceries DHuy Groceries Groceries at F N DHuys Little Mies Mary Moorman lias mea- Â¬ sles John C Jarboe went toSkillman Monday L D Addison Is confined to his bed with lux If its winter underwear you want see Hnbbnges Rev Father Carroll went to Owens- Sunday Little Mies Eva and Edith Plank have chicken pox Housekeepers are happy beau soup season has come Miss Brook Stephens is visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Sallle Daniels returned to her school Sunday morning Mr and Mrs Harmon of Hardirsburg mere in the city Saturday VBorn to the wife of MrU G Hill a boy baby Thursday morning T B Henderson of Webster was in the city Thursday on business Rev II 0 Truman has returned from Paris Tenn to Fordsville his home Rev S G Shelley went to Lewisport yt sterday to assist in a protracted meet- Â¬ ing Franklin Ditto Sr of Louisville is the guest of his daughter Mrs J D Bab- Â¬ Â¬ Ill V ft bage Constantly kept in stock a full assort- Â¬ ment of all grades of stationery at Bab Â¬ bles A II Srnirnrl nf flinnn Tovoa io i i jr kW - visiting his old home and friendB at Webster Mr and Mis R S Kell of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs J Stuart Owen Wolf Creek When contemplating purchasing a watch it will be to your interest to visit my store DHuy Ry Heyser who has been employed in Mitehels shoe store at Ojvensboro hp returned home Miss Louise Taber of Hawesville spent the holidays with her aunts Mrs Sarah GpfT and Mrs Mattie Walter Prof J II Logan will conduct the prayer meeting Thursday night at the Elm Street Methodist church Geo W Jolly of Owensboro came down with sheriff Pato from Hardins burg last Wednesday evening Willie Mullen left Monday for Nash ville Tenn where he will enter firaughtous practical busints college --Mtfr and Mrs Samuel Conrad who have been visiting his parents at Leaven worth Ind returned homo Saturday morning Mr and Mrs E II Briedenbach of Owensboro who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Clias May returned home Sun Â¬ day night Mrs F T Heyser and Mrs A M Tate went to Loulsvillo Thursday Mrs Hey- Â¬ ser served a beautiful lunch to friends on the train Tho Young La lies Parsonage and Home Mission Society meets at the Methodist church this afternoon at 2 30a All members are earnestly requested to be present Mr and Mrs Fred Dellaven who have been the guests of bis parents Mr and Mrs J It Dellaven tor the past week have returned to their home in Louisville There will bo a tea in the Sunday School room of tho Baptist church this afternoon from --2 to 4 for the benefit of the church Admission ten cents Lunch free Mr Frank Pay no and his charming niece Miss Ora Alexander have taken rooms at the Heyser House Mr Payno has been a boarder at the Oloverport IIoUl for twelve years or more AM Oloverport Lodge No 133 F will have a public installation of ofllcers fuTtbo ensuing year at the Elm Street Metfiodist church Friday evening at 7 iiO oclock Everybody Invited At the reguTdriueetlng of the Endow Â¬ ment Rank of KnigbU pf Pythias Mon day night the following bfllceiB were GW elected for the ensuing year Short President J D Babbage Vice President Chaa May Secretary and Â¬ grippo Thomas Arnold the barber Is all broken up Miss Ora Alexander went to llardlns hurg Friday Lewis Fox of Rome Ind was in the city Saturday Eula and Addle Greenwalt of Tuckers Flat nro quite sick Tho first snow of tho year fell Monday night January 4th Judge James R Skillman went to Louisville yesterday William Miller of Hardinsburjr was in tho city last week A complete line of jswlery constantly carried in stock DHuy Ken Rhodes of Hardinsburg ppent Thursday with Tlios L Wroe Mr and Mrs Arthur Clark of Rock Lick were in the city Sunday If your eyes are in need of a pair of speetarles come to sie me DHuy Mr Oicar McGavock shipped a lot of hogs and cattle to Louisville yesterday Uav G II Hays preached two excel- Â¬ lent sermons Sunday morning and at night Roth tho city of Nashvillo and Frank- Â¬ lin Tenn suflered great loss by fire Sunday Harry Moorman came up from Owensboro Sunday to spend the day with his parents The finishing lumber and shingles Iiave been received for the now Presby Â¬ terian church Mlsj Marion Bowmer returned to school Monday and Miss Muggie Skill man yesterday Miss Agnes Malin of Brandenburg was a passenger on Sundays West bouud train for OwenBboro A good yoke of oxen for sale Finest in the county Will sell clieup Wm II Boultinghouse Addison Ky Tom McDonald of Owensboro visited hH sister Miss Dora who is tho guest of Miss Alice Mattingly Sunday William Compton of Henderson coun- Â¬ ty 11 B Head of Corydon were here a few days last week on business Wm Eagles of Louisville on his re- Â¬ turn from a visit in Owensboro spent Wednesday here very pleasantly Mrs L D Addison returned last week from Big Bend where she has been visiting her mother who is sick Col Frank Lander and wife and Mrs Elizi Webb of Hawesville are spend Â¬ ing tho winter at Punta Gorda Florida Dont be mislead about your printing We aro always prepared to do you satisfactory work with prices as low as any other office P M Rlgdon who is connected with tho Commercial Trust Building of Lou- Â¬ isville spent Christmas week with rela- Â¬ tives at Patesville Miss Ella Popham aftera pleasant vis- Â¬ it of a week to her parents Mr and Mrs Miko Popham returned to her school at Owensboro Saturday Tho farmers ol this county should pay more attention to the cultivation of sugar beets In a few years it will be one of the best paying products raised A strange discovery was found while cutting up a giant Oak tree at Hicksville O Saturday A human skeleton was found imbedded in tho tree about twenty feet from the base The railing on the North side of Clover creek bridge was blown down Sunday The whole stiucture appears to be in a state of collapse and unless the proper authorities see to its being repaired at once the community will wake up some morning to their astonishment and find the entire bridge in tho bottom of tho creek Mr John Muncaster a prominent to- Â¬ bacco dealer of Henderson will be in this city on Thursday Friday and Satur Â¬ day of each week for tho purpose of buying tobacco and can ba found at the Oloverport Hotel He wants fine bur lejsand prior and the tobacco to be bright and of a good length If you have not sold your tobacco call on him Â¬ Â¬ Xln Was Tho Cloverport Cemetery Cure AH Liver Ills Forthirty years Tutts Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid Are truly the sick mans friend CLEARANCE SALE Scott Robertson Buys A Part Davison Land of the Tried Friends Best A Known Fact a Most Honorable and Highly Rospected Citizen Resolutions Passed by tho City Council and His Lodge Agent Curtis wants the post office Mrs Obiiichaln has returned from a visit to Stephensport Mr Olllo Haynes and wife have taken rooms at Mrs Lucy Hunters Miss Monun Hunter spent last week visiting friends in Rockport Ky Mr Dick Moorman spent last week with his brother at Brandenburg Judge Mercer was hero Saturday It was professional business of course Miss Mary Moorman left to day for Russclville where she will enter school Attorneys Jesso Eskrldgo and Allen Kincheloe wero here Saturday attending trial Dick Hudson and C L Cornwell came down from Louisville and hunted with John and Cliailey Diane Scott Robertson was here Saturday Ho has recently purchased n part of the Davison land for 100 a cheap pur chase Pierce Hardaway came down from Bewleyvllle Saturday for the double purpose of visiting relatives and calling on a fair lady Pedagogue Hardaway formerly our own Moorman dismissed ids school for one day and ran down to Glendeane to see ills best McClure the Leader man was hero Saturday Uy the way thanks to tho Glendeane corn spondent of the Leader for kind things said recently J II Pile spent Christmas and tho week following in study under the direc- Â¬ tion of his old teacher now at Sturgio Ky Utopia moves its teachers MIbh Bessie- Allen daughter of Dan Allen has been sick for two weeks of typhoid fever She is recovering now and we hope to have her luck among us 1 - TUTTS Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE For bilious headache dyspepsia sour stomach malariaconstipa tion and all kindred diseases In tho death of Grant Gregory Olover- Â¬ port loses one of her best citizens Ho was a quiet useful citizen and a man whom everybody liked No man had more friends or fewer enemies than Urant Gregory He was born and rear Â¬ ed here He loved his town and his peoplo He was always ready and will- Â¬ ing to help his town and his friends No man ever asked a favor of him which he did not readily grant if was in his power He was an humble man a God fearing man a man whoso word was as good as his bond Never a harsh word did he utter against his neighbor A true man a loving husband a dovoted father lias gone from among us Grant Lewis Gregory was born in Juno 1843 and was a little over fifty three years of age when he died last Friday He was married March 271872 to Miss Lucy Simmons who with two sons Orville and Emmet survive him He served all through the war in the 3d Kentucky cavalry After the war he came homo and went into the wharfboat and commission business with his broth- Â¬ er Mr J D Gregory which firm has lml a coLtinual and successful career for more than twenty eight years He was deputy sheriff for two years under D II Severs He was elected Judge of this city in 1894 which office he held up to a short time before his death He was a charter member of Clover Lodge A 0 U W which was organized here some five years ago and was the first member tho lodge has lost by death since its or- Â¬ ganization in this city His funeral was held at his residence Sunday afternoon and conducted by the Revs Donald Grant S G Shelly and W B Rutledge He was buried at the Cloverport cemetery by tho members of his lodge in their beautiful and impressive ceremony in the presence of a large con- Â¬ course of friends Â¬ Resolutions Adopted by the Clover Lodge No 42 A 0 UW Tho following resolutions were passed on the death of Bro L G Gregory and a copy to be inserted in the Breckbn iudge News and also a copy to bo sent to the decerned brothers family Whereas It has pleased Almighty Â¬ God in his good providence to send the death angel tD our lodge room to summon our beloved brother to another and better world be it llesolved That in our dear brothers death this lodge has sustained a severe loss and the A 0 U W lost a valuable Card of Thanks No 42 who tendered such kind sympathy upon the occasion of the death of our beloved husband and parent Mr George M Younger we desire to ex pn si our sincere thanks Every act of RESOLUTIONS kindness rendered is held in grateful re Â¬ membrance Mrs Lucy Younqkr and Family To member Our brother has passed the bourne from which no traveler returns bringing us to realize that sooner or later we shall have to follow therefore be it Itewhcd That this lodge extend to our deceased brothers family its pro- Â¬ found sympathy and earnestly pray that thoy may rely upon the strong arm of God who ia the protector of the widow and the fatherless Our dear brothers voice will no longer bo heard in our councils but we hope and trust that he Is now singing the praiss of his Redeemer around the throne of God in heaven Truly can it be said of our dear bro- Â¬ ther that he practiced the principle of the order that he loved ever to be first in charitable deeds buoyent in hope and in being a member of the A 0 U AV throwing the great arms of protection of our order around his family May his memory ever be green in the hearts of the members of Clover Lodge the friends J Burn 0 E LiaiiTKOOT 0 May ON THE Coin DEATH OF L G GREGORY HOLT Miss Alice Boird is visiting relatives in Louisville 0 II RIedel went to Louisville on a pleasure trip last week A J Gross has been in Louisville the past ten days on legal business J J Dyer Oloverport attended at Holts Chapel Sunday evening Tho young people Bpent a mostdellght ful evening dancing at Mr DuUchkes last Wednesday Rev Marcus Newton left Monday for his school after a few days visit with his parents at Addison On the account of funeral services in Oloverport Rev S G fiheiley ailed to till his appointment here Suuday Mr and Mrs Philip T Helm and son Walter of Stephensbort were visiting friends and relatives here last week Walker Board will move on J D Pow ers farm in about ten days and Phllo Dellaven of Owensboro will take his place as store keeper Mrs Mlzabeth KlDgs horse ran away with her as she was returning from Olo verport about noori Saturday throwing her frosa the buggy against a tree bruis Â¬ ing tier badly about the had and it w eared she U hurt Inwardly CoulJ not Ket the particular at thin writing Â¬ Passed by the City Council at ing Monday Night Its Meet- Â¬ An Allwisa God has re Whereas moved from earth our associate Lewis Grant Gregory who departed this life on Saturday the 2nd day of January A D 1807 Treasury I JMIbs Lucy Bcavln daughter of Mr arid Mrs William Beavln of this city and Mr Sam Rice of Daviess county went to Cannelton Ind to the surprise of many last Wednesday and were quite ly married lrr CASTOR I A lt iBfutt utd OklUrtB This Council desires to express its appreciation of him as a man a citizen and an cfllclal and to bear testimony to his emineut worthiness his unflinching integrity and his noble qualities Therefore be it Jlaolrtd By the City Council of the city of Oloverport Jlaolvcd That in the death of Judge Gregory the community has lost a valu- Â¬ able citizen the city has been deprived of a faithful and capable officer and his family has suffered a bereavement that our words cannot exprera and our sym pathy can be but feebly told llttolitd That as an expression of the high appreciation in which our associate was held by us individually and as an official body that these resolutions be spread at largo upon the record book of their Council and that a copy thereof attested by the mayor and clerk be transmitted to the family of the deceas Â¬ ed and also publish in the Bbkckenbiixik Â¬ Whereas Nkws E T Haywm It B Pibbcc Chas B 1 Skiluux J Com open arms welcome the inquiring stu- Â¬ With a commodious modern dent newly built 15000 brick bulldlngcheap board reduced railroad rates to all students they aro going to have ono of the best schools iu tho State And our own popular Prof Shacklett known to every man and woman in Breckenridge and Meade counties is President of this Institution He is in fine health excellent spirits active as a boy tnlkativo ns n girl constantly on the lookout for pupils and school success nnd has a bright prospect before him He aud Prof Lamb nre doubtless fixtures nt Sturgls and will soon rouse those wealthy farmers mine owners etc to the importance of thorough schooling for their girls and boys Both men are more than pleased with the little city and its hospitable people Sturgls Is preeminently a city of churches One need not be n Washing Â¬ ton and he threw acrosi the Potomac to stand in his tracks nnd with five stones reach so mnny different churches did he choose to reach them by throw Â¬ ing The people nil seem to be christians and nre nearly all Democrats of courso this is not strange the two nro fit com- Â¬ panions The county gave Bryan over 2000 majority in the recent election Coal mining is actively carried on in the suburbs of tho town nnd ready emsoon ployment I am told nwnits all who Judge Mercers big heart started him want work into the New Year by urging all the be IRVINGTON lated travelers on Friday nights train to stopover night with him in Hardins MisiSullie Henry is visiting in Bran Â¬ burg denburg Miss Fannie Green agrees to ttach a Mrs Richard Handy hrm been ill for beginning March 1st several days with lugrippe private school Site deserves liberal patronngoand none Mrs Harry Mejorand Mrs Add New Â¬ wishes her moru succrxj than does your man have gone back to the city correspondent kMibs S Ratie Henderson left Sunday R ports from Vic Robertson at Daw evening for her school at Louisville son Springs nre not very encouraging Mrs R M McGlothnnd entertained Vics friends are as numerous as his ac- Thursday in honor of Mr and Mr Chas quaintances and all hope he may return Drury much improved Mr Clmrloy Drury nnd bride were en Â¬ Sherman Ball was talking nice to Glen- tertained Thursday last by Mrs J deane Republicans Saturday Sherman Lewis Mrs It N Miller lift Saturday for is going to make a fine race in that pri- Â¬ mary aud if nominated will hustle some Hardinsburg after a few weeks stay with her sister good Democrat next fall Mr ond Mrs Jtir Jolly nnd daughter Christmas was very pleasant here spent New Year with their son It M Santa Clans was unusually good to the little folks Christmas gifts were numer Jolly It being his birthday Muster Earl Bennett of the K M I oup and the young people enjoyed them school after n pleasant visit home has selves at parties where nil went merrily gone back ti his school duties Conductor Tilford told your corre Â¬ Dr H Drury is not going back to In Â¬ spondent Now Years night that lie was diana where he has been practicing but then beginning his eighth year with the thinks of locating in Owensboro road His popularity will doubttesi hold Mies Lula Lewis of Cincinnati spent him eight years more if he chooses to n few days with her cousin Miss Beulah remain Bennett returning Sunday evening Utopia pupils were generously thought- Â¬ Miss Nellie Henderson has returned ful of their toachers when tho happy to Louisville where sho will resume her Christmas season came These remind- Â¬ Kindergarten work after a most enjoy ers of friendship all tend to make us beuble visit home lieve Life is worth living nnJ that Saturday the Dili 2 pmthe Baptist will Glendeane still has the lead whou it meet for their legular business meeting comes to unselfish people Rev Smith will fill his appointment W 0 Moorman recovered somethln g Sunday at 11 a m Miss Rosa Moornun of Cloverport over a 100 wortli of clothing last week that had been sti lsn from him A after n pleasant stay with Miss McGehee young colored fellow had been carrying left for Hardinsburg Saturday where she it away in small lots until his success expects to remain foriwveral days I wish to correct tho mistake in last had rendered him careless which care- Â¬ lessness led to his discovery and arrest weeks News in regard to Miss Nellie Henderson she did not assist Mies Mc Â¬ Gehee to entertain Monday the 28 STURGISKY Miss Catherine Sterrett of North Dako- Â¬ ta who lias been visiting relatives near It Is unusually so when one gos and Irvingon went to Louisville Sunday for pleasantly visit be often sees with mag Â¬ a throe months stay with her Uncle Mr nifying eyes and though in the main he H W Herndon Tlio Bay View will meet Saturday be a truthful fellow his accounts are not entirely reliable Then it behooves me On uccouut of the holidays thoy did not All last Saturday as was thought afier an enjoyed visit to friends in Un- Â¬ meet members nro especiuly invited to be ion county to be quite giurded iu my pn Hint If description Forgetting therefore Mr and Mrs Ken Wnthen entertained such thing was possible tho unexcelled a few of their oung friends one even kindness of those people and assuming ing during the holidays Those present were Misses Nellio Henderson Beulah the nonchalance of au experienced and Bennett Reo Washington Maggie Car- Â¬ less youthful traveller Ill to the point ter Nora Henderson and Catherine Ster Union is one cf the best counties in ritt Mi sars Chits Kidman Floid Roberts and the State and unites memory does me a Frank Carter Nick Wetheiton most Dr Â¬ en Moorman It was one cf the yield both of corn and wheat joyable evenings of the holidays trick her excels that of any of her 118 sister coun- Â¬ Card of Thankt ties Much of tho land is low aud level hence wet crop years seriously iuterfere We desire to thank through the col- Â¬ with the yield from her fertile soil Irut umn of the Nhws our friends and the year being one of her bad years Drain- - members of the A 0 U W Lodge for ago however is becoming thorough and tho sympathy and kindness shown us In better results will follow hen after Many wero the our sad bereavement AtSturgtr Mr Long proprietor aud kind acts done deep and warm the owner of the tile aud brick factory was sympathy extended and our hearts go careful to show us through his establish Â¬ out In thankfulness for every favor and ment explaining aa he went and cheer- Â¬ to every friend fully answering our numerous icquirles Mrs L G GitEaonv and Sons The proper cays are at hand for soft and fire bricks aud any amount of tiling Ho complains of hard times aud a diminished trade In consequence But to Sturgls It is a new town be- Â¬ gun eight or nine years ago and growing steadily there are several new houses rV 7VCT going up now it is now entitled to or- Â¬ ganization into a fifth class city It is Wo Offer Vou n ttemedy Which Insures SAFETY lo 11 tti oi iiotu just such a good couutry town as de Motber ana Child lights you to see Its people nearly all farmers until recently are yet country people in heart and action the bett Excuse u you people in the world KOBS COSFISEafST OP ITS PAW town residentf but as sime one has IIOHItOU AND IUNGEU said God made the country but man CHILD BIRTH Easy made the town and it sometimes seems Makes ami rocommemleil by phyit Umturict vrhulmva util that man has gone on iu making chang Â¬ cluru iuIUwIvo nnd tlioe mill iiulutloui llowuro ufulMtltutc es from couutry and couutry ways till he It Rani hi Cipro or unit on receipt of trlc has marred instead of improved But uulll fivv couuliilnit volunUrr titUmonUI enough They are all anxious to build lKABmLD 8XQU1AT0K CO Ati4SU0 up the Ohio Valley College and with OLD BY ALL DHUaOUTI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IN- Â¬ VOICE begins this week Wc will limlin carfully assorting our stock lots of goods that must bo moved On our bargain counters goes these goods as fast as we find them Dont miss a day If its bargains you want its bargains we will give In Novelty Dress Goods we have over 25 150 to 50 and 75 cents Every department bristling with snappy bargains When ever you sec the bargain llag Hying here you may be sure there is good reasons for it Its at the masthead now waiving over Â¬ bolts cut in prices from the grandest aggregation of stiong values ever saw biggest bargains you SULZERS jjp- - The place to buy your Winter Brandy gj S Jj3 Which by the way is almost a household necessity is not from the dealer whose goods arc always doubtful even to himself and generally much more so toother people and whose price is necessarily high but from the in this season of colds g g I ig Distiller Who is the right man in the right place who guards with the greatest vigilence the purity and superiority of his brandy in all the details ol its preparation and manufacture who docs not grind leaves trash rotten and withered no- pics as other distillers do but uses only the nicest fruit 1 g r 1 gy WE g j 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 250 PER GALLON S 1 g 2 z j Z Jkt PR CE JUG INCLUDED Sent Address C O D by exprss any where W L BURGH Rhodelia Ky N B I Will pay 100 for any pack- age that isnot pure if the Seal is not Sz g broken when it arrives 3 3 3 5 BIG SPRING Miss Lydla Clarkson is lu Louisville Dr Stro h r spent Sunday Dte - In Cecelia Oreuoiy Dissolution Notice Nciicel hereby civtn that the li m of IolL V by mutual cement has illitoUel prt neililu All jwrium in iltbt to ui will please settle wilh the niw hrm ol Gregory KT 1OIK Glhtnu 151 YOUNG WIVES Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND Jako Meador Jr spent n few days in Administrators Notice Louisville last week Alt penont having daliru gant theetUteofT MaltinKly deceased are htrebr notified to pro was lu Klizjbeth Ben Olarksin Jr them before the undrrslgiied rorHy nrucn on cr bttore the jjrd of January 1S07 town during the holidays yK RHODES Admr Dr Strotber made a trip to tho city last Thursday and returned Friday Notice All raisrns owing he estates of John T and Susan Mrs Charlie Miller of Hardlnsburp Wheeler defeated are hereby notified to settle same Is here the RUf st of hereon K AV Jones ac my office in Union Star Ky within 15 days from this date All ns having claims agaicit the AVe wish the editor and all the readers same estates are persi notified to present them properly proven within same lime of the Ntws a happy and prosperous K CRICHAIIDSON New Year Admr for J T und Susan Wht eler doed llrecdinp of the Lieutenant Hints Breckenridge Circuit Court Salvation Army Is tho Ktiest of Itey J A Murray Admr IlaintifT Nrttcs Walton and family David S Murray Ac Defendant Kqulty Miss Lillian Lowls who is teaching nl Al nernm livlnt rll wit tv iav ui Murray deceased are hereby rcliefidto pro school in ISoiton Ky was lure a few J A ma rtuoe same before me propel ly ruven at my ci Â¬ days visiting her father Dr Lewis ne fa llardlmburtf Ky on or t dure the lint day There was a watch meeting at the orieruarv 1897 hind thU day of Dec tSoo Uivcn under my V aUuAuiM UCC Methodist church Thursday night Itev Walton preached quite a good sermon Kitty Clarkson has returned BLUE Miss from Ilrandenburg where she was vliit Ing her grandparents Mr and Mrs E Wimp Tho following people entertained dur Â¬ ing the hotidajs Mrs lien Dowell Miss W H Doran Miss Ollie OlarlBin Myrtlo Moorman and Mirs Annie Mile Mr Jim Clarksou of lilue Ball and Mlsa Anna Norrls of near this place tt went to Jriferbouville and wero made VmU SALE CHEAP man and wife there was no parental Ininrovtd Cheater White and lohuul CkUji objections wine IVs eithej ut Bradley Nfl f iiiijyi Hilt CTcore1 heads nr herd Misses ltuby Miller Dany Meador n Also S L Wvuadoilcs It 1 Roc Miller Ma y Me Meador Ilortense a v d tenorns ana jimoaaa Messrs John Morris Ouy Meador and scorinr pun Hock rcatonake Bob Miller al ipent the holidays In and f 1 00 per 7 carefully packedi cto- lour puireaav liwr Cecelia thergusaU of the Mioses Mom guaranteed Kawacifcaiy borger and the Miaocs If o veil V -A 1 1 rintrrrmit K Pro 14 IS96 SPRING HERD LJP cr tttThT1 work of the Inquisition broame in short tittle oleo but robbery and murder In tho nsmo of God If the walls of Escurial WEDNESDAY JANUAUY C 1897 could speak a cry for vengeance long inaudible to human ears would stir the Some RamblingThoughts human heart With the samo spirit of nv nemo lust ior wealth the colonies were always Copyrighted regarded as fair prey to be mercilessly There is uo government so decidedly strlppod of everything valuable that was Precious under tlio notice of ttie American peo Â¬ compact anJ transportable ple at this time aa the Spanfsi This is metals been mo common in Spain wealth because its methods of management in was on every side luxury was all per Cuba como very near to our own shores verse Yet in tho midst of its greatest Whether our indignation political or material prosperity the demon of self actual would hu as deep If Cuba wpre destruction was unobtrusively at work for any nation that puts its trust In ma Â¬ 3000 miles away is an open question or much that is said and done in ton terial wealth for permanency also builds its structure upon the sands gress and out of it savors greatly of poi ticsand n ire pulling whiles real sympa thy never savors of either Those Other Ayers The J 0 Ayer Co of Lowell Mass 1 have been asked So though by letter for an expression of opinion upon tho has no monopoly of the name of Ayt r Cuban question 1 shall not givo it at ami does not wish to have Hut it is world- Â¬ any rate not yet for the great ones of sometimes unfortunate that tlio country still feel uncertain of the wide familiarity with tlio name of the the However if your J C Ayer Co makts people jump at right thing to do will allow me I will sjend a the conclusion that there are no other readers This is especially unfortunate short time corsidcringSpalu as a nation Ayers Its desperate methods in Cuba may then when these other Ayers are in the medibe more clearly understood To consid- Â¬ cine business and their goods get mixed er an individual carefully to weigh his up in the popular mind with thu record faults and strength is always interetting and reputation that has been built up by To do the enmo tiling to n nation is nl the J C Ayer Co in the course of half a Is not the fault of ways interesting also but more compli- Â¬ century Of course it cated I may therefore bo in error in thH3 other Ayers that people make my judgements That I leave to your such mistaki s But they do make them and they write to the J C Ayer Co let readers teis asking all sorts of questions about Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge News thr BCTmoKRNRiDQm Nawa 3C fm Educational Column iiAtuuN CURG F0RD8VILLE cosriLtRti nr a In hl am mk avitt iiarihniKY - olumn we shall t nJenvor to hate ntVtd and answered uch quest I n aa will beol intirtlt and benefit to the Icichcn nnd pupil tf the com Â¬ mon schools All t ackers a e repectfullj titled to contribute hott artlclrs not eciedlrg oo words written on tpca pe Ininlig to Public one tide of llie pif-e-oSchool work concerning Oil I column should All communication be fotwarded to the above nddrtss TEACHING AND lOVKItNINO IttlJoierfr ntliitwetlc Mr Tlford went to ioulsvillo Mon- Â¬ day Byron Darns is visiting friends at this placo OLOVJtnPOHT XV lHifaJMfrTT1SjflijUMIilllUslM Constipation The Greatest Sensation The Day -Of 1 - t I iisum - 1 Causes fully half tho sickness In tlio world It retains tlio digested food too long la tho bowels torpid liver Indl- and produces biliousness lly ron Petty Saturday went to Whitesvllle - Mrs Cildtr is yisiting her mother at Glelideane K 21 lbs Granulated Sugar 100 2i pre mensjlieavy boots worth3lot nt Charlie Fort our p st master went to The recitation its ol J ct There are a 7 lbs cood Green Coflee J 1 00 hoc several ol jecla of tlio recitation Facts Owenslor 50 pre ladies calf button shoes at 71c 5 lbs Light Brown sugar 100 should be brought out and discussed so 1 00 Held Is visiting relatives IS prs mens suspenders at I If Mis Arts Wat 2o yds heavy nice Brown Cotton 1 2c 25 caps for boys nt 7c 20 pes best bluo Calico only 4 that they may bo permanently fixed in in Indiana LYONIA H pes fine black and blue Henrietta 13 presents gold plat ed cull button nt We tho memory Many doubtful points can Coot Fields is visiting her sister Mrs 40 pieces good dress Gingham fie 2lc bo made clear to the mind of tho pupil Montgomery - 75 linen towells wortli 20c nt 15c 1 lot of ladles embrolderied HandkerIlrld over from la weik by a well conducted recitation By the 1 lot ladles nnd Mlrses handkerchiefs chlt fa worth 15c at 7 visited Will Nrcl of Oiveusboro ed A U Wright wont to Fordsville worth 5c at 2 1 2c recitation the amount of woik done by lis Dr8Sd dols worth 2ocat 15c fiieuds here nesday 00 3 pint tin cups for 5c 30 pr ladies embdy slippers woith each pupil caa be ascertained Most pu 00 pr mens glovi s worth 50c nt 25c Miss Grace Howard of Kockport Ind The sick list of this community still at 50c to stand well in the eyes of pils wish 15 pr boys glov s worth 50c at 15c 50 pr mens calf cork sole shoes worth is visiting frlents Increases teacher and scLoo and when they know 35 ladies silk embroidery handkerchiefs 2 23 at 1 25 Tho town was full of couuty candi Â¬ that their real standing will lie brought Emmett and Ollie Lyons are both 30 pr ladles patent tip Dong kid shoes woitli 25c at 15c 1 lot New Albany jar8 wortli 35c at lllc worth 1 00nt 1 00 out prominently at class they will exert dates last Saturday quite sick 1 lot mens overcoats worth SO 00 nt 3 75 Mens lino black fur hat wortli 200 at themeelyes to do their best Tim Austin of Beaver Dam spent Misa Hallie Wright Is spending a few 1 lot mens casimcre suits wortli 7 00 08c The recitation alDrJs a good drill in Chrhtmas day here 1 lot boys hats wortli 25c at 15c at 308 days at Aetnaville 1 attention though the reverse is some mens fine black suits worth 310 00 5o yds ladies cloth brown and black T W Lyons and L D Charlie Beard spent Sunday at his Phillips went atlot 40 7 worth 1 00 at 75c Wu rtnilily learn that to home in Brandenburg times tiue to llawesvlllo Wednesday which we lend our untllvlded attention GREAT BARGAIN The Smith brothers have bought tie Mr and Mrs Loren Reynolds are vis- Â¬ A boy may visit a picnic or circus and at livery stable on Main St iting O II Vicken and family night relate everything lie saw or hiard Stanley and Clyde Matthews are visit- Â¬ Miss Pearl Morrison of near Pellvllle BRANDENBURG KY He attended closely to what was passing is staying with Mrs Qilsenberry This samo enthusiastic attention should ing at the Falls of Hough Henry Walker of Louisville is spend- Â¬ prevail at class if wo hope for the best Rev Yeiser failed to fill his regular result If tho pupil does not give his at- Â¬ ing the holidays here visiting friends appointment here Sunday on ucount of tention the teacher ia training him in Mrs Bean and daughter spent sevcial sickness inattention which is a positive injury days with her sister Mrs Itietn Smith Mrs Jerry Burke and son Willie vis- Â¬ The attitude and manner of the teach Thursday ited Mr and Mrs Pat Burko Saturday Sargent returned Willie In the fifteenth century Spain was a these other Ayeis which the J C Ayer ei lias much to do with the success of after a visit of two weeks at Hock port and Sunday Now 1ms a first class General Store where you can buy respected power in Europe As a nation Co cannot answer becauso it does not the recitation Hu must not only be en Ind Mrs Lyons and Pearl Phillips spent anything you want in tho way of ABa ergetic and widu awake but must show know wlio these other Ayers are it had been solidified out of a number of Arnold McCarty who is attending Tuesday night with Pearls father Mr Christian elements by a common antag case in point some industrous people by every move and look that he is in GOODS Uusselville came homo to L I Phillips onism to tiie Moorish conquerors In are isU 111 thing agencies for the sale of earnest Heshouldbo rapid but not care- Â¬ college at People takiDg less Pupils should recite standing this spend the holidays Judge Qulsenberry attended the de the sixteenth century it had grown to an Dr Ayers Pastilles Miss Hnttie Wooster and Mr Tom bate last Friday night at Pleasant Spring enormous empire with vast territories agencies liavo to buy goods and pay mon- distinguishes them from the rest of the in the richest portions of the New ey aud simehow the golden profits so class and Insures ntentinn from tlioso McQuady were married last Wednesday school house This not reciting Many pupils obj ct to re- We wish them much joy Emmett Hayntp of Herbert was in You can not only buy what you want but you can sell anything you World Streams of wealth were con- the vents say do not materialize this vicinity Tuesday evening on very have in the way of Farm Produce Timber Ties and Lumber at tho Me sirs Roy Bond and Ollie Wilson stantly pouring into its coders from these Dr Ayer is one of the other Ayers The citing while standing but this is the re- Â¬ conquered possessions At the close of J C Ayer Co does not manufacture pas- sult of wrong previous training in thu of Louisville were the guests of their Important business highest market prico The proprietor of this store is tho energetic and Â¬ They should be taught uncle Mr Morris Wilson the eighteenth and the beginning of tilles docs not establish agencies nor col- school room Emmett Haynes and G W Milligan accommodating lect money in this way The only thing tlio nineteenth centuries the outlying from the first to stand up to recite It Little Marion Adair daughter of Ike of Herbert were circulating among portions cf this vast nation began one therefore tint the J C Ayer Co can do will then become a habit and the feeling Adair cashier of Fordsville Bank has friends hero Sunday by one to sever nil relations until at is to publish the fact that it is some other of timidity or incitement will dlsapptar been here very sick tho past week A bright blue eyed little la ly arrived Who will bo glad to sec you and have your trade present it retains its hold upon only two Aypr engaged in the pastlllu business They should not only stand but should Willie Camp express mess nger on at the home of Mr and Sirs Hilliary 1 C Ayer Co manufactures the Btand erect no leaning or lounging should of any great importance Cuban The sections Irvington aud Fordsville spent Sunday Bivins Monday Dec 21 in the Wtst and the Philippine Islands world famous Sarsaparilla Cherry Pec- be tolerated 17 for Decem- Â¬ it week with ids parents Down on the The protracted meeting commences at Report of District No 0 in the East Judging ly the past cen- Â¬ toral Ayers Pills Hair Vigor and Ague The pupils not the teat her should do Farm ber West Point tonight We hope it will tury and the lcs3 to Spain of every pos Cure Nothing else Perhaps in case of the reciting Many teaeheis are in the 21 Mr and Mrs J D Cooper gave a be a success and much good accomplish- Â¬ Average attendance session in both South and North Ameri- Â¬ doubt as to the identity of the firm it habit of helping the pupils out ol every Fifth grade Emma Macy 00 Cliflle might be well to write to the J C Ayer turn and every time he hesitates This social at their home in honor of the ed ca it seems not unsafe to predict that Capital Stock 125 000 Finnk Miss Agnes Gordon of Patesville vis- Stinnett 10 Ben Brown 01 the beginning of the twentieth century Co before taking an agency or paying should be avoided train a pupil to rely young folks Quite a pleasant time waB Surplus 7 000 enjoyed by all ited her brother Ed last Saturday and Blair 01 Alma Jolly 00 Mattio Dalton out money to some other Ayer will see it return once more to the actual upon himself in after yeais as lie treads B F BEARD Prealdent 84 89 Dan Macy SO Ileuben Brown Mr and Mis Litsey have been visitÂ¬ Sunday and attended the singing here limits of its poseetsions in the fifteenth lifus rough highways he will not have WILL MILLEK Vice Prealdant Nellio Bell 87 Now then what causes have operated to somu one at ids elbow to prompt him in ing their daughter Mrs Gai n me They Sunday M II BEAKD CiiMer Farm Products Fourth grade Annio Meador 90 Miss Lzzie Bennett who has been bring on such decay of prestige while what he undertakes That is the best returned home Saturday accompanied 1 Blanche Bell 92 Bessie Bell 01 Burton Q W BEAUD The returns of the department of agri teacher who teaches s It reliance and at by Mrs Ganuane aud son MORKIS ESKRIDGK spending tho past three months with other European uationp like Germany Dirtetorr Stinnett 01 Harriett Jolly 85 Oriell K M JOLLY culture for tho month ol December relate and England Kussia and Italy France tho same time teaches his pupil to ex- Â¬ The managers of the Fonsville Enter- Â¬ her uncle G II Vickers left Wednes Â¬ of the Bobbins 84 Clannio Meador 90 Luella INTEBESTPAID ON TIME IE90SH8 As tainment Club are going to Glendeano day for her home at Kockport Ky Miss and Austria have developed and in chit lly to the average farm price press his thoughts in good English Blair 82 Izoa Blair 81 Finesse Meador of ogriculture on the Lizzie by her sweet winsome and pleas 1 make arrangements to present their same measuto kept clcse together in various products to the requirements made upon a pupil 80 llrst duy of thu month Tlio products their development mental and moral much depends upon his age Ids natural play to the citizens of Glendeane and ant disposition won a host of friends THE ST LOUIS WEEKLY 73 Third grado William Macy while here who bated to give her up lirii lly put I should sum the cause up as named are corn wheat rye barley oatPt ability and the opportunity hu has had surrounding country Mamie Kobblns 74 buckwheat Irish potatoes leaf tobacco Generally speaking the r citation in Irreligious solicitude for God The young folks of Fordsville had a But as we could not keep her any longer Second grade Will Dalton 87 Verhay and cotton With tho single ex t The Grandee spirit Greed for gold which the most is n quired of the pupil mistletoe party at W II Sargents Sat- Â¬ wo hope some time in the near future of these mont bobbins 70 ception of wheat the prices I 5 Inprc A wrong colonial policy she will return Oh we miss you so is thu one most beneficial to him In urday night everybody expressed them First grade Jessie Adrigf 80 Grace gressiveness On only two of these products are lower than they were at this as in all else the teacher must use selves ns highly entertained Dads much Lzzie and I fear from the appear- Simmons 82 Edgar Bell 82 Jesse Stin the c rresponding period last year The I have space to dwell else misses tills features shall his judgment residence on thu hill is quite a resort for ance of others that some one jdven for both years are average nett 81 Frank Aldrige 81 ltichard week you still more The balance wiil bu referred to prices tlio vouug folks ojrLY 50 GENTS A year Aldrige 80 Meador Simmons 70 Neva Â¬ prices and while local conditions may in my next JUESTIONH AND ANSWERS The entertainment given by the young E E Sutherland Med Co da Bobbins 75 Mitchell Smoot 73 allect some of the articles mentioned 1 When where and by whom was folks of Fordsville was quite THE GPEAT FREE SILVER PAPER a success Primary Ida Macy 70 Mary Dalton Your remedies are taking well here Altogether Spain seems to have been tliegetieial rule of lower prices holds tho first player in Congreis offered V It wns opened witli a recitation by Miss Sold on a guarantee and not a bottlo or 70 postehfid of n demon of self distruction good Ans Sept I 1774 in Carpenteis II C Jolly Jr Teacher Ethel Coniir then tlio drama entitled package lias been returned Some say The late Hurry in wheat was pointed The Post Dltpatch Is the Only Metropolitan a demon that lias taken varied forms in by Mr Duclio Hall in Philadelphia Dot theT Miners Daughter to with pride as a refutation of the and fol they can Bee better after using Sutlxr That Championpd the Free Silver four centuries but which through them Where is the island known as It b lowing Paducah Ky may well feel proud ol this was the Negro Minstrel theory of the silver men that wheat and lauds Eagle Eye Salve than they could Cause in Advance of the Nominatall has been forcing Spain steadily on Â¬ inson Crusoe Island Mcfsts 1 some of her enterprises Â¬ before their eyes ever becamo sore ing Conversions It Stands Pat ward toward annihilation Its wars silver lose aud fell together It is possi Ans In the Paciu Oct an wtst Wilson It Son of Kimble Ky write to ble that the theory was somewhat dis Please ship as early as convenient as I for Frpo Silver for Western with the Moors fostered a strong nation Â¬ is Dr Kings New Discovery for Con from Valparaiso South America and the E E Sutherland Medicine Company jointed by the rise in the price of wheat need the goods Men and Measures for the al spirit and because the wars were resumption called Juan Fernand z Wo write tliis to certify to aa follows Yours T J Williams Druggist People Against the Poligious in character they tended also to but as a theory bleaker it was not as great 3 What was the last Statu admitted This is the beBt medicine in the world the wonderful and grand good results a success as some ardent admirers claimUniontown Ky litical Bosses Pluto- Â¬ make Spain the Btrongliold of Catholi What is the number now for all forms of Coughs and Colds and for from your Dr Bells ed lie that as it may the cold facts crats Combines cism So long as there was fair lighting Ans Utah forty five Consumption Fvery bottle is guaran which is Belling faster than any medicine remain that agricultural products yield Trusts and Corpo- Â¬ Spain was strengthened by thu coutlict 4 Where is tlio lowest depression in teed It will cure and not disappoint EX PRESIDENT HARRISONS SUC- we ever sold People who never traded les returns than they did n year ngo tho world ration Oppres- Â¬ for in certain stages of human progress CESS It lias no equal for Whooping Cough at our store have heard of it and come The value to be placed on the deductions sion war with its attendant horrors seems to Dead Sea in Asia Ans Asthma Hay Fever Pneumonia Bron- Â¬ from adjoining counties for it One case drawn from such a condition of affairs liavo been if not u necessary feature nt 5 What ex President fell dead on chitis laGrippo Cold in the Head and As a Lawyer was Attained Without in particular is that of Mrs Smith Wool Hut depends very much on who draws the tho iloor of the House of Representatives for Consumption any rate an aid to civilization It is safe for all ages dridge of this place who was bo aillicted a Law School Course Spain when the conquest was practical- deductions and the motive governing in 1818 You wl fiml tho WEEKLY pleasant to take and above all a sure with her throat for over two years that him therein Indl rcotaba Ju log ite jear lbl7 remaining Moots ly complete and the 11 Whatever success I have attained at Ans John Quincy Adams cure It is always well to take Dr Kings she could not speak above a whisper The year 18V7 going bo brimful of Int r A steady decline in prices docs not had settled down to agriculture and to New Life Pills in connection with Dr tho bar was attained without a course at After she used tho first bottlo of Dr Bells cet The mo mlng ot tho MKIoley Admin Â¬ be made to show general JACK CHINN for the God of aud cannot up n trade burning with 7al istration with a now CuDgrei Kings New Discovery as they regulate a law school writes ex President Har Â¬ sho could talk as well a gold pta form means leglalatlonelecteta kind in the down of their bloody imaginings called in to aid prosperity An interlude We rison in the January Ladies Home Jour- as ever and the case is such a wonderful that ill vit II Inter 8 1 every netipauer ward slopo in the shape of a rise in some Has His Gatro Fighters at Owensboros and tone the stomach and bowels in tiie complete extermination of every guarauteo perfect satisfaction or return nal in reply to a rcqutst from the Edi- Â¬ cure that her neighbors come in to see reader In the ountry and especially In the Poultry Show Special attention will be Wett heresy that fiendish device for popula Â¬ particular article demonstrates nothing money Free trial bottle at A It Fish Â¬ tor of the Journal that he would answer for themselves and are astonished to paid and South but thu existence of a speculative move In the WEEKLY POST DISPATCH1 to Tim In- Â¬ ting Heaven nnd saving souls ers Drug Stow ltgular size 50 cents a correspondent as to the possibility of hear her talk tbia newi of a nationil chtraoter and It will All dealers sell it OwENMiouo Dec 30 Tlio exhib Â¬ quisition bo disouaied editorially from the point f view Their conquests in the New roent of not the slightest advantage to 1 making a success at law without acourso producer Does any rational person its of games Plymouth rocks black and of the West and South as contrastod with that also were in the beginning relig Â¬ the World at a law school I studied law in the P0ST0FFICE NOMINATIONS of Wall street believe for an Instant that the rise in mlnorcas cochins and leghorns are esious conquests Their adventurers were How Two Girls Made Money oflice of a leading law firm in Cincinnati The campaign for freo silver will go on in wheat lias benefited tho wheat raiser pecially flue at the poultry show here 1897 and nothing oan do so much lohely along to win vast glory for the Church and to A country girl who is determined to TliBt a course of lectures by able pro With few exceptions aud they are dis Among them are Col JackChinns game About Half of Those Pending Will tbo campaign of education as a newspaper in the name of Almighty God moat joy like the WEEKLY 10ST DISIAT01I Tbia tressingly few the grower of wheat has fighters goto Paris to study art is laying aside fessors upon the law as upou any other Not go Through ously did they slay without compunc Â¬ Is shown in the fact that In Missouri and in parted with it long ngo for this purpose eacli dollar she has Biibject is valuable to the student I do That cereal Also three magnificent specimens of everv other locality where the tion could double in prico and tlio grower or white crested black Polish sometimes earned writes Kutli Ashmore in an ar not doubt But these professors derive gains of has a circulation Washington Dc 30 Forty eight Democracy and largo silver were oftheaweeplng their information from books to which free a ticle on The Girl in tlio Country in The demon of Spain hurningwith the producer would not bo n dollar better called chrysanthemum heads will In raised to character first class post ofilces the January Ladh s Homo Journal She the student lias access and he may grub the presidential class on January 1 The POST DISPATCH dtserveitbeiupport hut of conquest drunk with blood of its off Speculators may make or loose knowledge for liirrsjlf if ho has tho of all Free Sliver Democrats becauie of the found that there was no one else in the liebt children persoiiilled by lizarro in money but tho farmer like the bear In requisite pluck and industry The ob- Campbellsvllle Kentucky is ono of great fight It made in tto recent campaign for village who could make as good bread Peru and Cortez in Mexico by treachery winter sucks his paws to allay hunger these Besides these new presidential Dembcratio principles and the Deinocatlo and biscuit as she that those who had servation and Casual instruction which a ofllces forty five commissions of post Â¬ ticket Hence the ttte Silver men everywhere The other farm products treated of in and by superiority of army by ambush student gets in a law oflice are of the should rally to by sending in tbeir to buy complained of the bakers bread and by outrage destroyed the ciilli tlio department report have nothing to masters of presidentai cilices will ex Â¬ subscription andits support others to subscribe inducing She made no eifirt at seuding tier bread first value to a practitioner tion of the lncas and ravlslud the pos relieve the dreary monotony There is pire during January Post ofllce author- Â¬ Is a deep seated blood disease which to a Womnns Exchange as she know sessions o Montezuma Everywhere no prospect of immediate relief for the ities estimate that of the 315 or 350 E E Sutherland Medicine Co The greater part of another all the mineral mixtures in the world that tuch places were always overstocked tlio thought was supreme to win a great farmer Gents I write this letter because I be nominations of presidential postmss cannot cure SSS guaranteed purely Hut as year is before him ere he can hope to vegetable is a real blood remedy for but Bhe went through her own town a lleve you have made a discovery in a terp which will be up for confirmation er realm for thu Catholic faith very small one and asked for ordeis always with religion lacking the true re- derive any bent fls High prices at this blood diseases and has no equal cough cold throat and lung remedy by the senate including recess appoint- Â¬ Mrs YT Iluckof Delaney Ark had She is making money because there has Next sumligious elements of unselfishness and time would do him no good for Scrofula for twenty five years and most never been a sad loaf of bread or a heavy that the people ought to have I refer ments and commission expirations mercy it became a mere cloak for greed mer is as early as lie can hope for relief to Dr Bells of the time was under the care of the I havo December January and February Whether or uot he gets it is a line largs doctors who could not relieve her A blfcuit sent out from her kitchen She thoroughly tested it and know its won- Â¬ about one half of them will bo return- Â¬ and wickedness indescribable It is safe to say that any nation that Held for speculation specialist said he will supply a neighbor with hot biscuits derful merits it cutb Any one who ed to the president and the post oillco contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ Ktght now is the time to go to work could cure her but at tea timo and abe has learned to make places its hopes for permanency upon a ever needs a remedy of this kind should department not acted upon at the preshe filled her with dainty rusV especially foritrvalids who gen in the proportion of one misconception of Gods character is The long winter evenings are on hand never be withouta bottlo of Dr Bells ent congress and thus will be at Mr arsenic and potash and the study of ways and means to otjiy these llghrswe9v dainties Her rJAeTaroney building its structure upon tlio sands to five Â¬ McKinleya disposal fs soou aa he as which almost mined 5 alter things is a profitable agricultural her constitution She prcea ate reasonable sumes oflice ti Jhriiv M Pobtkb nearly then took Another girl anbitlpus to gain some Â¬ The why and the wherefore That strange royal pair Ferdinand and pursuit J GIsbbT and Queeneswaro Faducah Ky every so called blood thing got her father to gt her have a tilt Calendars and Coupons Isabella combined in themselves an in- Â¬ of the depression of prices of agricultural medicine and drank of ground and to give her the money tense greed for gold and a llerce religious products is not a local matter It is So many beautilul calendars and enter- Â¬ Ourrenoy Reform them by the wholesale Intolerance When their country could widespread universal There must be nut lliey diu uot reacu that he would otherwise have bestowed taining novelties have been issued by From Th New YorkSun7 Some upon her for a wedding dress With tills her trouble produce such devoted servant of God as Home cause for it and a remedy The Only the Ignorant arid few prevari- Â¬ the proprietors of Hoods Sarsaparilla s uim nn mTvta1 llfrtntrv she Loyola and Saint Therein we must in Â¬ expected business revival should it was able to buy tlarJUr and to hire a cators continue to speak of theGoVern V1 O O CJ that we are hardly surprised to receive Bl r deed believe there was depth to the re come off according tn schedule is too soon found that site had a real blood boy to help her and Unring the summer ment being in tho banking business this season not oaly one of the yery p rat Â¬ After tak- Â¬ while the boflrdiighoMBes around de because It issues notes ligious feeling Hut also when we con Â¬ late in the season for the farmer What remedy at last She says tiest designs in calendars but with it contains Oxygen and Nitr- Â¬ sider the servant of Ferdinand and Isa he wants is to make arrangements for ing one dozen bottles of SSS I am manded than she served the freshest of t Issuing notes is not banking it is coupons which entitle the recipient to perfectly well ogenthe former greatly in my skin Is clear radishes the crispest of lettuce the ear- Â¬ commonly a function of Government attractive novelties Eyery one who gels bella tho fierce Torquemada wo are good prices next yearwhen lie will have and healthy and I would not be in excess ozone and is veryV something to sell If he needs legisla Â¬ my former condition for two thousand liest corn and the largest tomatoes and Instead ot the Goyernmht beng In the a Hoods Sarsaparilla calendar for 1807 compelled to realize that with rullglon soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ tion he should epeak up lie must do dollars Instead of drying upthenoUon she says now that she thinks she will banking business the note issilng banks secures something that will prove Inter- Â¬ of greed was a tremendous admixture like ates it it is raken into the After the Inquisition became thorough Â¬ something aud do it soon Tho languish- Â¬ in my system drove the potash and doublo the sire of her garden next sum may be said to be in the Government esting and valuable as well aa a beautiful the disease out arsenic SSS ly established it was found so easy to ing agricultural Industry needs a good through the skin and I was perma Â¬ iner specimen of the lithographers art The business lungs by inhalation absorb- Â¬ secretly dispose of men aud women of strong tonic The decline cannot con- Â¬ nently rid of it Regarding the Issue of papar money calendar is accompanied tills season by ed by the blood which it Rennmriv In iinmatlilnfr Llm Avrvlwlv It would be much wiser to turn the an amusing little book on Tho Weath- Â¬ wealth that to Ferdinand eager formon tinue without disaster Tho farmers Â¬ purifies and so goes directly triee to practice and yet Just a little over banks out of the Government business er Ask your druggist for Hoods Cou- Â¬ oy the temptation was too overpowering friend should plunge Into the breach SSS never fails to cure Scrofula sight will sometimes rob the vat at frugal than to tura out the Government Itself pon Calendar or send six cents in So while Isabellas fanatical soul was Wheiela he 7 Washington Post to the seat of all diseases Eczema Rheumatism Contagious Blood and thrifty family ot a years savings Take the tly off the wheel satisfied with tho works of the Holy Dont stamps for one to C I Hood Co Lo Poison or any disorder of the blood Send for our 200 page E E Sutherland Med Co Do not rely upou a simple tonic to cure You want to do as J P HIckmaun of throw the wheel away well Mass Ofllco Ferdinand iound solace to him Treatise Sent free Gents Ship us six dczsn Dr Bells a deep seated blood disease hut take a Monticello Qa did He writes For The self in replenishing his treasury small three dozsn Dr real blood remedy No cough remedy equals Dr Bells six years I have kept Simmons Liver I found good results from tho use of uur oooks medium Shes free upon appli- Â¬ Dells Itegulator In my house and used It in for anybody of any Dr Bells In the treat- Â¬ Yours truly u seller my family and have had no need for a age from infancy on throjgu Ufa until ment of my chlldron for whooping cough cation Swift 11 8 Hunt tin Co Druggists Co Specific Mails 1528 Arid Itrwt PfcttaMplik Pa doctor I hayeliye u htalthly children they are as old as good old Granny Met Â¬ Kov B B Bailky Yours ivsry Mayfleld Ky Atlanta Ga calfe you can find WlBchfsterKy Sm Fruiciict Cal TwMtttj C 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ bail taiic coatod ba toiiittu sck licudaclie In Â¬ somnia etc Hoods lilli cure comtl nation and all Its rcsultseasllyand thoroughly etc All druggists Co Lowell Mass I Hood Prepared by Tho only Pills to tako with Hoods Sarsaparilla go it mi Hoods PH Is GEO YEAKEL COS Happy New Year To You All Great Cut Price Sale Road our prico list below and convince yourBelf that we are doingjust what we say These Prices are for thirty days and for Cash or Produce only Visit The GEO YEAKEL STORE CO CLIFTON MILLS GENERAL STORE DRY GROCERIES OR FARMING IMPLEMENTS Â¬ CLOTHING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHARLES RADENHEIMER Â¬ BANK HAEDINSBUHG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POST DISPATCH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 H 1 t- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II Â¬ Â¬ Scrofula Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Air We Breathe Â¬ A h drsStarkevPalgn s Amzwz cj Comppimd Oxygen Â¬ Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy Â¬ y OAMTORXA k sss Plno-Tar-Ho- ney Drs Stark ey Palcn u