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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iaflGHjtmVE7iiM Jvr- - ttjwr-w v JJrjSSSj il- - iiTl4lWHWF -- - - imf JWJPJUip1 iHH THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY hold on life It might snap ny tiny At tho bst tho lid a not far And to his last hour shn would ease and spam Ho wus her world hi in all sho might and lovo of him her religion In tho strength nud light of lovo sho could stand blumeless Lcforo n multitude of accusers 13 1897 I When tobacco is grown on n large scale it is economy to get a copper knapsick sprayer from Borne maker or dealer of known reliability An aglta too should always bo attached to the handle ofthe pump C To thoso who dislike to use parls green on tobacco the uso of cobalt In the llowers of Jlmson weeds is commended It has stood the test of ex perience now for forty years at least and is still in favor with growers The best timo to uso it is during August when tho fly is most abundant The lowers may be plucked from thu plants and eet upright in tho ground about after introducing by tobacco field means of a quill a littlo of tho following mixture water one pint molasses or codalt ono one fourth pint honey ounce Â¬ Â¬ NO 26 rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CoiVRioiiT 1801 By Martha McCulloch Williams By thr Avtiiob lay up stream from Topnmrks in tho valley of Walnut creek Tliero wero n thou Rami acres of it moro by half tlmu tiic storekeepers area Lnrny in tho table lands abovo abutted about equally upon both tho water front placed Luray was not for biiIo nor likely over to bo It wag tho samo with lands upon tho streams farther sido Honco for any broadening of his borders Mr Topmark could look only toward Roscoo Everybody know ho wantod the placo and nearly all unid ho would get it when Mr McGregor died or earlier if thero wero not somo miraculous chango in tho McGregor affairs But no thought of that camo to Rob as siio rodo homo at spend For moro than n inilo her way whs over her own domain along a mill road that ran through Roscoos ram shacklo gates So it did not surpriso her to encounter by tho roadsido threu riders who stared hard at her as sho camo up with them But sho was all taken aback when in answer to her oivil good day sho got only a stony and hostile silence Aud sho was still moro amazed to hear as sho rode on tho elder of two women say stridoiitly Thats lior Maguolyerl Tho proud pieco wouldnt wipo hor foot on tho likes of us But mayby Distanco cut short hor listening Sho hud purposely set tho old rnaro at her Ah if only I had my dear best pace Bonuy Rob murmured Lightlady bol I know you do your best hut your daughter was ten years younger and as wild ns her mistress By this slio hud como in sight of tho liouso It was wido and squaro with tall red outer chimneys Onco tho walls had been white tho blinds a vivid green Now both had weathered to deli ciously soft tones of gray and drab Tall Lombardy poplars stood sentinel either sido tho yard gate Nearer tho house thero wero thick spreading trees elms maples tulip poplars aud oaks Tho shade of thorn was so thick and cool thero was still a hint of dew on the eparso grass at their roots Ono hand lay tho garden gay with Upon tho other nil manner of flowers ti wido tangled orchard spaco overran with fruit trees in full bearing Thoy spread indeed all down tho sido of tho sunny lawn and on to tho road Wo shall begin to havo heaps of company Early peaches are getting rlpo Rob said to herself with a littlo whimsical smile as sho unsaddled Bonnybol and set her at grazo Then she ran on to tho shady front porch Baying Marso with a perfect negro accent Robert you dont want nobody tcr do nothin does you Tho mau sho spoko to was blind with a scarred mobile- faco and thin bauds almost as translucent as old por colain His hair wus liko silver floss and lay carefully brushed upon the col- Â¬ lar of his lino black coat His linen too was spotless his neckerchief care- Â¬ fully neat and his 6oft low shoes of flawless new gloss Ho sat among soft cushions in a wickor chair his head thrown back his eyes closed his whole frame drinking in tho scented softness of tho summer morning I want somo ono very ranch that mischiovous daughter of mine he said affecting not to recognize her voico Tlioro are just the two of us and I miss her dreadfully though sho is so full of pranks You sec wc havo not Leon much apart ever sinco sho was Â¬ Roscoo the McGregor plantation CHAPTER III Loru Nor ever will bo daddy Rob said dropping a kiss upon either eyolid Then sho stood back a paco clasped her hands behind hor closod ono eyo and looked him critically over saying Upon my word daddy you uro simply stunning this morningl Ive been haunt ed by tho fear that I had not got tho part of your hair quito whero it should be nor tho bows of yourneokoloth math ematically under your chin You know you hurried mo a bit at my work as But I And you without spot or valet blemish and as you always are so very much tho best looking man I know I wonder the rest dont hate you outÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ right i -- V ft ij j i f ftl tfi Mr McGregor laughed oheorily In tho isolation of his darkness thero had grown up a delicious small vanity over his appearance Ho was not only blind but holpless Thero wero nervous twitoh iugs in tho fine thin hands aud when ho walked it was a bowed baltiug prog ress painful to look upon Ovor tho sight Mrs Winfold shook Yes it is a real her head saying pity j but then mayby too it was well folks should boo what comes of fool- hardiness I romombor Mr McGregor a strong man good looking too but nobody could ever make me believe ho had nuy call ter go an dash in that burnin cabin jest ter git out n poor olo nigger that had nursed him when he was n baby Sho didnt livo but a year after all An look at him blind mi crippled that beam fallin on his back besides tho burns he got He ought ter of thought of his own famly It would bo really his fault whatovor happened ter that girl of his Robs mother had diod at her birth and there wero fivo littlo mounds beside tho loug ono in tho graveyard baok of tho orchard All tho other children hud gone before With hor latest breath tho dying woman had whispered Call hor by your name Robert darling and bring her with you cafe across tho Â¬ So from the boglunlng ltob had been her futheri comfort companion coun- Â¬ selor Sho had como to 8 years old when ho was stricken aud took her place as head of the- house with the quaintest Everybody said how childish dignity citlful it was to see hexpattnzine about - river koys in haiiil to uoto her watchful care for hor father in every detail or to hear her piping childs voice stumbling musically through chapteis of tho Biblo Mighty fow of them know what hero To the ism tho reading had entailed day of hor fathers blindness Rob had I refused to learn oven her letters hato old books I wont learn aud bo shut up in school all day sho had said pas sionately But when shu saw her father fingering tho big Bible mid murmuring snatches of lH contents it mado her throat swell her lips quiver Yet sho said nothing then beyond telling him breathlessly of tho littlo chickenB and the teeny new calf But threo Sundays If you later sho came saying shyly like pappy I can read you some Bible And with that bIio began tho now Twenty third Psalm and went through it without n break Do you liko it pappy Does it sound sho asked very low good and help you Mr McGregor when sho had douo could not bp uk Ho put his arms about his child mid answered her with a rain of kisses Can you read really ho asked aft Â¬ er awhile It seems too good tobotruo How did you learn I dont know only that much Jaok Talbot is teaching mo Ho comes Sun days when you uro asleep I most know tho letters now but they uro hard and I did not want you to wait so loug for your Bible 10 ho read thisover and over till I know it all I nm glad you liko it But oh puppy dont cryl Rob will toko care of you until until wo both can go to thogrceu pastures unci tho still waters My darling myprcoious childltho father groaned huryinu his faco in her silken hair I think it would bo a sig nal nieicy of God if wo might go to him now Tho mood passed ns such moods do In tho sunshine- - of Robs presence her father learned to half forgot his blind ness Sho grow aud strengthened and became wiso beyond her years With lovo as tho iucentlvo nothing camo hard Though sho Btill forsworo sohool onco tho letter learning was over she grew so fond of books that by mousing in the library sho got n sufflcieut if unusual education Then too sho could sow knit and look after housewifely affairs to say nothing of riding danciug and shooting to equal perfection Naturally tho good folk whose ideal of young womanly perfection was Miss Winfold looked half askanco at poor Rob It was tho Bhootiug which most condemned her albeit tho root of her rcprcheusihlo profloiency was tho wish to keep her father supplied with game when ho craved it Thero wero frequent intervals when ho relished nothing else Mrs Winfold in such caso would have oppoaled successfully to tho chivalry of hor neighbors Rob took up her fathers gun as sho had taken his othor burdens without whining or moaning over tho necessity which laid them upon her shouldors Long beforo sho camo to 10 sho was a personago noted gossiped over if tho truth must bo told often belied throughout tho length and breadth of Sho was so bravoly so Walnut Greek unconventionally truthful at nil points savo ono it was not strango tho air was filled with tales of her soaial daring For example sho said openly she loved to dance best of all to waltz when sho had Jack Talbot for n partner Mrs Winfold found that speech simply Dour Alico never went be Â¬ Bhameloss yond tho basket cotillon and had scruWaltzl Not shot ples oven as to that Sho hud boon too well brought up and knew too enirolywhat a modest girl owod o herself and society Yet such is tho depravity of tho hu man mind oven in Wulnut Creek thoro wero not wanting peopio who said that Miss Winfolds scruplos were a fine thing for her possible partners Sho was so springless and wooden they must noods have carried her Thou too contrast with Rob might ovoko comment to rufllo oven her amiability Things were best as they were Jack and Rob might dauco thoirfill together and be none the worse of it when ho was safely married to Alice Winfold Rob went to much less than half the Though sho was cer morrymakiugs tainly moro in need of friendly counte rauce than was Walnut Creeks para xon iu somo way nobody took account Tho reason was perhaps of tho fuot that sho was too fine of fiber to bewail her uiiprotectednoxs ill tho right quar ter Her few outiugs wero all iu the shadow cf Mam Lizas aicplo person Perhaps llieir very rarity gave hods ploasuro it keener edge Usuully upon such orcasious sho danced thu night away with Juok Jaok whoso height and step sailed hers to a nicety who was uftrr her father her very best friend Of courso sho hkod him more than any other of tho boys moro than all of them indeed aud why especially wheu should sho not soy it mado Mrs WinfoKl look so augry and horrified It wrs tho highest possiblo tributo to hiruiidouiublo oliumi that in the fuco of ii fraukiirss so desperate sho never Incktd a partner for tho numbers that Jack was constrained to share with Miss Winfold It set tho dullca tingling to havo her floating beside him hor eyes starry her ohooks tho dearest roso her lithe bIou denies vital vibrant swaying respon sive to tho music as tho wind harp to tho wiud Besides thero was distinc tion iu taking hor out She had tho courage of her antipathies no less than her convictions Quiokand full of ready courtesy as she was there were times when sobtorf ugo was vain Then sooner than take bauds with one who repelled Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ her fine BubW instincts hio lifted tier eyes and Bald clearly with no traco of Excuse me plcaso I shy coufusion think my father would not liko to havo modanco with you and I know I should not liko it myself Poor misguided childl I wonder sho Her mother was a is bo unmannerly good Mrs Indy if evor thero was oue Tulbot said when such speeches distort ed aud magnified a hundredfold oamo We must romombcr to her cars though Rob has almost brought herself up uud judgo her as kindly as possiblo It is droadful to be motherless Ah ycsl Mrs Winfold sighed in Mayby that does have n littlo answer ter do with it But Mrs Talbot I bo Hovo pcoplo act liko thoy wero born ter I know ef Alico hud lost mo years ago an had grown up with jest nobody but brother ter look after her sho uovcY nevor in the world would huvo boon n Rob McGregor Do you know somo times when I think of her Alico I moan I git down an ask tho Lord ter keep mo from idolatry ter mako mo jest humbly thaukful over havin had such n daughter given mo I wonder what Misi Alico prays over haviug such u mother Jack said irrovereutly when he heard of tho good womans orisons Jack liked Miss Winfold so Blncerely ho had much ado Iu to keep from hating hor mother fact ho quito agreed with Rob Sho said upon tho rare times that sho named tho mother and daughter laughing a Oh littlo aud with dancing eyes Jack do bo good to poor stubby Alice I Thero is not a mito of harm in her Indeed sho is rather nice And think what sho must cuduro in being her mothors daughter Rob bad a habit of regarding all thiugs humorously even herself It was well that sho had Her laughing bridgRosed many n minuto of heartbreak coo had been fine aud flourishing when its mastor last looked upon it Now it was woefully desoluto after 11 years of thriftless freedraau tillage Hillsides showed red and barren gullies gashed tho fairest slopes tho richest bottoms hud overlay of sand and gravel to say nothing of tho tangle that yoarly on crouched farther upon tho arablo land or tho rank hedgerows waving whero ouco thero wero trim Hues of fence All thu croppers hud belonged iu tho Possibly ho old days to Mr McGregor fared better at their hands than he would huvo done ut thoso of strangers But he hud never got out of the way of regarding himself us n sort of special providenco to his black people Iu sick Â¬ ness or trouble his hand was open to them always uud wheu it camo to tho matter of division uud payment of accounts ho always enjoined bis daughter not to chargo littlo trifles of moat and bread uud occasional money uguiust tho poor things For ho know nothing of how his land Rob was eyes to him and wus served when iu tho beginning sho saw how it pained him to hear of rack uud ruin sho made up her mind to paint all things in Yoarly she had told tho rosiest color him tales of growth aud blowtb pa- Â¬ thetic in their untruth uud snblimo in No tho motive that underlay them mutter how baro bIio went ho lacked nothing not oven gold to jingle in his pocket uud she agreed dutifully when You must not dress oxtrava ho said gnntly dear child That is always bad taste iu so young a woman But somo thing is duo your position as mistress bore It is my wih that you bo well So bo suro you havo clothed though always plenty of good silk gowns with lightor frocks for homo wear aud neigh borhood visits Pretty soon she had a silk it washer mothers wedding gown refurbished Thcu it was tho easiest thing in the World to make it of new shapes aud co- Â¬ ins It was the samo with all elso Tho girl was so gallant so loyal iu her love tho sternest moralist might havo con doned her sins against fuct Mrs Winfold did not condone them A fine soul may gauge with sympathetic accuracy ono of lower fiber A coarso one invari- Â¬ ably puts into all things tho taint of it sol f Sho said casting up iier oyos That po oro littlo miuxl Tor think how sho does lio ter her old bliud fa- Â¬ ther makiu him beliove theyro well off when wo all know thov havent moron got bread tor cut an mayut havo that long Bet that used ter boloug ter us Is mighty thick with old Liza thut cooks fcr Rob an Bet says Liza says ef thiugs aint changed she dont seo how in tho world theyll keep olo roarster from flndin out another year I must thiuk they dont munuge Why brother ays I livo woll on what another worn und halt starve on But then I have him ter help mi Alico too Besides I dont really think tho Lord can bring himself ter prosper the McGregors with Rob goiu ou liko she does Tho good woman spent her opluion onco too often It happened to bo whero Jack Talbot heard her He flung up his head and said pointedly I dout think Rob sots up for a pat- Â¬ tern of all the virtues but I know she is above gossiping with servants about hor neighbors affairs As to hor truth Â¬ fulness Id take her word for gospel Ivo almost brought her up aud nover knew her to vary an inch from it except to hor poor old father Truth would bo only tortnro to him Id feel like shooting the man that told it Rob sim Â¬ ply oould not lio inaltalously or falsely but I am sure sho oould and would keep silence if she kuew anything that would wound another person In feeling ox in reputation Rob felt tho attitude of her public bat never spoke of It not even to Jaok Hue knew how alight was Jior fathers Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER IV When Mrs Topmark had been dead six weeks Walnut Creek was discussing her burying with nn interest bat tho moro lively that it wus to decorously magnificent collln as mbdiied Such And a minister fiom town to tho had preach tho funeral sermon instead of old Brother Mucpouuder who for all his religion did unquestionably luck polish Then loo tho widowers grief had been so notable his tears had fallen Bobbing liko hail mid Mrs Winfold iipon Mrs Talbots shoulder had beg Â¬ ged those about not to kt him fling him self into tho gruvo with poor dear Louisa Afterward sho had shaken her head sighing out tiiat nobody knew iu If tho least what might not happen it wnsntfor them poro littlo orphans of his I really dont bolieo brothcrd euro ter livo another day Widowers havo boon timo out of Beyond question mind kittle cattlo Mr Topmork mourned his wife Why throughout tho six weeks ho went to church every Suuduy and sat inside with bowed head listening to tho ser mon Still sumo of the moro irrevoient noted n sober smartening of his garb Â¬ Â¬ lw own true love Now ho His faced tho kuowlcdfo with which for threo ycnr4 nt least ho had fenced nud played Befirotlut ho had told him Â¬ self she was his littlo Bister Ho hud evon tried to keep up that pleasing fig ment after ho camo to find his heart beating liko a trip hammer at sudden sight of her Of courso ho had known in tho depths of consciousness whut it meant but love marriage wero not for him until ho had straightened all tho tauglo of home affairs Ho hud a sort of chivalrous idolatry for his parents and though lio rejoiced to know that his fa ther understood Rob aud loved her as sho desened ho knew too whut his mother felt If only sho had been harsh iu judgment ho might havo thought of defiance It was tho gentleness of hor disapproval that gave it so much weight with her sou There was tho question of monoy too Meager as was tho return it brought Roscoo was unquestionably a valuable estate A man needed to think well of himself or havo littlo of manly independence to go courting tho heiress of it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ itij mi AKIrJ5 POWDER Celebrated for itTTreat learning strength anJ heahhfulnes Azures the food against nlum uml alt forms of adulteration ootnmon to the cheap brants ROVM IIAKIIO IOWDPR CO Absolutely Pure NIW MIKK everything from tvrlatan aud candy to plow points aud pitrhforks with cspo cial strength in plantation hardware Jack wanted a keg of nulls honco had como in Ills buggy and had Timothy and Olovcr his span of blood sorrels in a whito hither as ho reined them iu aud shouted at Teddy Hurry Thuts a good followl I in paying five darkies to do nothing until I can get buck and set them hammering again Oh ho Caint you wait till you hurrys ovor long cruoiigh ter hoar the nows Teddy demanded winking at tho rest Jack luughed easily and shook his head Buying long crnough tcr hear the ncivKt not to mention wandoriug nud furtivo glances about tho assembly But oven thoy wero wholly unready for that which camo to pass Teddy Barton told it to a group of lounging customers upon tho stoio porch just as Jack Talbot cuino thero iu hot haste Tho store kept Caint you unit Impossible Teddy I t rend all my romuticcs tako them Sunday afternoons I hato not to help exer or rainy ones ciso thut imagination of yours but today really Im too busy Do give mo my ualls Mayby you dou t know olo Tops got Teddy sild with uu er now buggy othor wink ut his other auditors Agaiii Jack laughed I met him ho said Yes 1 do driving homo in it nud saw that ho had So yon ou span new clothes as well see your news is not nows after nil Give mo what I want or I shall drive on to the crossroads Im sorry ra alo sorry Jack but youll have ter we aint got cr kng in tho house tho right size I mean Teddy suid then us Jack set his horses Hold heads again toward tho road on though Im jest bound tcr toll you what all them now things mennt Olo Top hes dead in lovo with Miss Rob McGregor wont upthur tir seo hcryis tiddy oveuiu but sho wus out somo whurs bout tho place so bos goiu er gin un soon Teddy did not intend that his speech should reach the curs of u strango customer u till rnwboned old woninn who wus just then gotting down from her horso nt the steps But sho heard nud said with her foot still iu tho stir- Â¬ rup Young msn Ivo honred toll as you He mighty oasy but ef Ben Topmark has got any scch notion ns thut you tell him ho bettor como an find out what old Sister Aiinis has got tor say tor it Yessnm Certnly Ill toll him Teddy said rushing to tio her horse the whilo lookiug significantly at tho rest with the eyo away from tho old woman Oloarly sho was crazy as crazy as ole Phomy who lived ou tho fears of tho othor niggers who poor fools took her This was in for a conjuro woman Teddys mind His spcooh was so oivil that without in tho least intending it Mrs Auuis had Bpont 3 with him beforo sho rodo away Jaok Tulbot drove homo at a slapping pace He would havo boon amazed but that ho was so furiously augry Thore must bo something in Teddys tale And why should thut old virago prick up her eyos aud scowl at tho mention of Rob Tho Aiiniscs ho recalled us distinctly disrepatablo folk Ho know his fathor aud Mr McGregor had said Good rid dttiiool wheu thoy wout west 15 yoars Ho recalled too that he had before heard of them anew within tho last month Somebody at tho courthouse had said tho old man was dead uud his wlfo aud son hud straggled back aud rented tho Nolan place a poor loan farm in tho edge of tho hill countsr ton miles away Why should the old boldame rido all that distance to do her trading Tliero wero at least threo stores nearer than Topmarks aud iu either of them she might look for better bargains Clearly her concern was withTopmark It could not be with Rob his Rob whom he would so and reo at onco Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Josephine llallman is quito sick with billious fever marks wooi rl Born Jan 1 1807 to the wife of W S Ashby a fine girl to i o TiMLD Mrs Mary Duke spent Wednesday evening with Mrs Aggie Roberts Exposure To Disease Mrs Lou Jarboe spent Wednesday Does not necessarily mean tho contract- Â¬ witli her mother Mrs Sarah Burnett ion of disease provided the system is in a Jack Smiley wife and daughter yigorous condition with the blood pure Florence visited relatives in Cloverport and all the organs in healthy action Sunday When in such a condition contagion is Greed and gain is sinking many blool really resisted and the disease germs can bought souls into the dark domains of a find no lodgment Hoods Sarsaparilla never ending mlssery is the best medicine to build up the sysRobert Duke will occupy the house of tem becauso it makes pure rich blood Lafe Newberrys tills year that lie pur and pure blood is the basis of good health chasid from Henry Ray THE MISSING WORD In cold weather it Is especially necessary Our school has fallen off considerably to keep up the health tone because the on the accouut of bad colds iagrippo in body is subject to greater exposure and A New Chance for Oar Subscribers To our midat nud tho measles being bo near more liable to disease Hoods SarsapaMake Money us rilla is the safeguard of health Rabbits are destroying young orchards We call tho attention of our readers to this winter by pealing tho trees more TOBACCO WORMS the interesting details of our clubbing than for years a greater number of tho proposition with the Atlanta Weekly quadrupeds than usual Something of Interest Concerning Constitution published in full elsewhere Mrs Gilmore and grand son Leo As will be seen lie joint price of our returned home Sunday from Leaven Their History paper and The Weekly Constitution for worth where they have been spending one year Is but 2 00 Every subscriber the holidays with relatives Conclusions Reached Regarding the will not only get the two papers for little Mre Aggie Roberts who has been Injuries Accomplished by These moro than the price of one but will in contlned to her bed several days with addition havo a chance to participate 1 grippe anil rheumatism we are glad to Pests to the Growing Crops without cost in tho Missing Word Con say is able to bo up again test the premiums for which are offered A REPORT PROM STATE COLLEGE If tho farming class of peopio of the by both papers Every subscriber is United States would raise only enough entitled to guess at the misaing word iu for their own use it would bo but a short Tho following interesting matter in the following sentence time until monopolists would sing a to the tobacco worm is from a regard Supply and demand are as Inti- Â¬ different tune report of the State College of Kentucky mately as cause and 1805 was famous for cut worms the ma like history effect tobacco worm plague of 00 was the A knowledge of tho life history of and the ono who supplies tho correct worst ever known to tobacco growers this insect and particularly of tho word will bo entitled to 10 per cent of and whatever is in store for the farmer Â¬ number of broods of worms which ap- the amount received from subscriptions coming year will better be known in pear each season is of a good deal of not only from The Constitution but all the the future importance iu spraying After gather- of thu papers participating in this club- Â¬ It is harder to get a days work in this ing up all my notes from 18S to 1805 bing offer with The Constitution between part of the country than was ever known inclusive I find that there is some now and the 1st of March The Consti- Â¬ evidence of three annual broods in- tution guarantees that ut least FIVE befort debta aro harder to pay farmersÂ¬ canstead of two as has bean thought to be HUNDRED DOLLARS IN CASH will are going down because tho owuers price that number throughout the south bo distributed and probably the amount not sell their produce at a the to seed their 1000 to 2000 If will admit of a surplus On June 8 1805 adult moths wore will be between is the slightest hope moro than ono person supplies correctly lands besidts there captured by mo at Lexington These of encouragement to the laboring class of probably represented the adults from tho missing word the cosh amount will ad bo distributed among tho successful people throughout Mark HaunahB worms which went into the ground ministration and changed to pupae in the fall of guesscre A tew months ago The Weekly Consti1801 On July 3d a nearly grown E E Sutherland Medicine Co worm was taken from a tomato plant tution offered 1000 in cash to the sub- Â¬ Gents I write this letter because I bescribers guessing the size of the years in my garden and on July 0th it had lieve you have made a discovery in a cotton crop as announced by the New changed to a pupae in the ground cough cold throat and lung remedy Young worms recently hatched have Orleans exchange Tho successful guets er was Mr R T Poole of Rockingham that the people ought to have I refer 1801 been observed on tobacco July I have to Dr Bolls July 01804 July 11 1880 August 0 N 0 who received immediately after thoroughly tested it and know its won- Â¬ the announcement of the crop by the 1891 Sept 0 1805 derful merits It cures Any one who Thoso observed during the first half New Orleans cotton exchange 1000 in over needs a remedy of this kind should Â¬ of July probably represent a second cash from the Weekly Constitution enabling him to buy tho farm which lie never be without a bottle of Dr Bolls tobrood the first one developing ill Tur Honey mato or some other plant Tho third was then renting and pay himself out of Pino Jerry M Portkij debt brood would therefore be tho one GUss and Queenesware Iaducali KY sub- Â¬ Every intelligent person should which appeals during early August and The scribe to his homo paper and should tako does most of the injury to tobacco young worms which were noted by mo at least one general newspaper which last fall on the refused tobacco left after covers the news of the world This The cutting are probably from occasional Constitution does better than any south- Â¬ adults from the third brood which dur- ern weekly newspaper and the fact that Without a single exception there ing long mild autumns come out in fall it has now tho largest circulation of any weekly newspaper published on the is beyond doubt no greater or more I took Sept 18 1890 Instead of spring a moth just from the ground aud with western hemisphere attests to its popu- Â¬ popular newspaper in the United Such larity It publishes 150000 copies every the wiugs not yet expanded States than the Cincinnati Enquirer young are liable at any time to be des Â¬ week and goes into more homes in the frost and I think ordinarily southern and western states than any or a more successful publisher than troyed by do not becomo adult stilt it is not weekly newspaper bublished in America its proprietor Mr John R McLean You want your homo paper and when The old time prices for the Daily altogether Improbable that during somo of tho exceptionally mild fall aud winter you can get it in connection with Tho Enquirer have been maintained and weather experienced here some go into Weekly Constitution for almost the price its circulation largely increased each of one and in addition become a partici- Â¬ tho ground to pass the winter year hard times and cheaper jourgrower the important facts in pant in the treat missing word contest To the announced elsewhere you shall take nals failing to arrest its onward march the life history of the insect are the appearance of a brood in early July and prompt advantage of the combination and high appreciation of the public Remit the combination price to us aud for its true worth and merit of another in early August send your guess of the missing word The Weekly Enquirer at beginning CONCLUSION WITH HKFKIIKNCK TO TOIIACCO along with it and we will forward your of the campaign year was offered at WORM INJURY name to The Constitution and your 1 It Is not necessary to spray tobac- Â¬ guess will be duly recorded If you are 50 cents a year and its circulation co moro than three times provided tho already a subscriber to our paper and increased by the addition of over times of making the applications are want The Weekly Constitution forward 200000 new subscribers the most woll chosen us ONE DOLLAR with your guess of substantial and coveted testimonial a 2 Judging by experience the proper the missing word and we will seo that it publisher could desire time to apply pans green is early in is sent to The Constitution When asked for the secret of such July aud again in early August but The proposition is an attractive one success Mr McLean frankly answers extended experience will propably show and it is to be hoped that some readers the broods to vary somewhat in times of of this papers will supply the correct The Enquirer has no opinions to force appearance with the season The thing missing word in the above sentence upon its patrons it simply prints the to do cars quently Is to watch the facts and tells the truth that the reader plants and apply tho poison as soon as Electric Bitters By may form his own opinions the young worms begin to appear A Electric Bitters is a modicine suited maintaining the price of the paper third applcation may lately be made for any season but perhaps more gen Â¬ more news and greater variety can be about tho middle of August erally needed when the languid exhaust- Â¬ furnished and every class of business 3 Use weak mixtures even if you ed feeling prevails when the liver Is tor- Â¬ aro foreced to ppray four times One pid and sluggish and the need of a tonlo interests catered to which a cheaper pound of parts green in 100 gallons ol aud alterative is felt A prompt use of journal cannot afford water Is enough if applied at the prop Â¬ this medicine has ofteu averted long and The very liberal support given the er time namely when the worms are perhaps fatal bilious fevers No modi Enquirer by the public at large makes I should not use more than clue will act moro surely in counteract- Â¬ young it incumbent upon the management one pound in 120 gallons in any cans ing and freeing the system from the ma- to serve it faithfully with zeal and en Headache Indigestion larial poison terprise in minor matters as well as Constipation Diriluesa yield to Elect lie Titfw ll Bitters 50c and 100 por bottle at A R those of greater magnitude Ualli Ttrf Fishers Drug Store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ line-Tar-lIonÂ¬ with empty hands Jack was proudly independent Ho wanted his wife to owotohim comfort and cherishing But whut ought lio not to put nsido to save his love from tho insult of Bon Top Iaducali Ky may well feel proud ol Messts D Borne of tier enterprises Wilson Son ol Kimble Ky write to tho E E Sutherland Medicine Company Wo write this to certify to as follows the wonderful and grand good results from your Dr Bells which is Belling faster than any medicine wo ever Bold People who never traded at our storo havo heard of it and come from adjoining counties for it One case in particular is that of Mrs Smith Wool dridgp of this place who was so aillicted with her throat for over two years that she could not speak above a whisper After sheused tho first bottle of Dr Bell s she could talk as well as ever aud the case Is such a wonderful cure that her neighbors come in to Bee for themselves and are astonished to All dealers sell it hear her talk DUKES Mrs Josephine Ballman Quite Advlce to the Slck Farmer John R McLeans Great Newspaper Â¬ Â¬ OAMTOTUA 49ftfZ - -- ViL t THEX BRECKENRIDGE Ins D A V BREOKRNRIDGK L H NEXWS hit OLOVEIRFORP KY NEWS 0 Btbge Edltiri and Proprlttri JANUA11Y 11 WEDNESDAY Smliietlptton Frio 1867 Tear in AdTUios U Pitd t th End of tn Ytir 3125 8100 t TnuMauonsof this city should have anotlier degree milled to their order Tor get Â¬ that o Royal Entertainers ting tlio most out of 11 fu and making tin1 old feci young again nnd the young step ping Into Klyfilmi Holds tlio Masons have a knack poeullatly tliclr onn iiMior Ismenu W TIME TABLE noma wist Dally arr lUrdlniburx IJJl pm noma Tiall am Dally arr Ilarllniburjt La HARDINSBURG Big Revival Good Advice to Young Boys Miles Wathen and Miss Nrllle Cox Married Sinck tlio report got out tliat Gov Uradloy was golDg to quit the Executive olllco at Frankfort a llko report comes right upon tlio heels of It that Queon NOTICE Victoria Is going to abdicate tlio throne Ttntes for announcements In these columm ore as of England Truly this Is a world of follows Cash Inndvance In cery case Circuit Judge or Attorney I0J startling disclosures Now whats the County Offices joo matter with Mark Hanna SIX PAGES nlchud Announcements Master Joe Bell Is visiting at Webster Mr Charley Miller leturned last week county lum Februarys K AHLnsa candidate for re election to the of fice of County Judge of llreckenifdge county luljett to the mtion of the Rcftiblican prrrary election 1897 tre authorlred to announce WIIltAM CIIICUIT COOK r CLERK rK are authonrcd to announce I1ION IOIIV AS a candidate fnr the tlflirf nf Piprtiii Imil ClerkIIrcckenridge county subject to the declion of the Kepublican party So ember IJection 1897 WKAIHIItlOltl as a candidate for Ihe office ot Circuit Court Clerk tuhject to the action of Ihe Republican primary February 17th 1897 COUNTY COOIITCIKRK authorised to announce OWEN CLN T N1NOIIAM ns a candidate for re election to Ihe office of County Court Llerk subject to Ihe action of the Republican prin ary let lion halur lay Keby 27 1807 arc authorized to announ c EIINFM U RlUKHThON ai a candidate for County Court Clerk of Ilreckenridge County subject to the action of the Democratic patty COUNTY WK nr authorized to announce ROIIKItT rE are ATTOUNKY re authorized to announce JLSSK K EhK- M RIPOK as a candidate for County Attorney subject to the action ol the Republican primar election Ieby 37 i9 Ti-- are nnthoried to nnnouuee K N Mil I lilt TT as a candidate for reflection to the oflire ot County Attorney ol Hrrrti nridge County subject to the action of the Kepublican primary election Wf leb 37 1SO7 SCHOOL NUIKRIN ITNIKNT rK arr authorized to nnnounce ANDREW M IIRISKKLI as 1 candidate for re election to the office of hihoolbuperinUhdent of HreikonriJge County subject to the Kepublican primary election haturuajr ibys 37 1897 authorized to announce SAMOKI V AITE TT lArliasa candidate lor the office of School Superintendent ol llreckenridge County subject to the action of the Kepublican primary eeition Salur day Iibruary 1897 COUNTY SlHVEVOIt Surveyor subject to the action of the Kepublican party hlrction November a 1877 arc RoyW alty asnulhorled to announce ChintzCounty u candidate for office of - JAIIKH Ied to anncunce JUS I AV areMIAN as candidate for re election I Sjltl to the Office of lailcr of Ilrickennditu county tub ject to Ihenction of the Republican party Eiec lion November 1S07 KHIRKSKNTATIVK toannounceGUY i IIUKCII as 11 candidate lor Kipre Fentitite of Ilieckenndge county subject to the actum of Ihe Republican Primary hlctnon Feby WH are authorized Chenaull Ky 7S7I 1111 - CIKClllJLIHiK a candidate for re election as Circuit Jude ol the oth Judical Districts subject to the action of the Democratic party I rccujnlze the Chicago Platform of 18 as the true exnonen of Democratic p H MlirATII principles January 1st 189 COMMONWE WTIls ATI OH NEW lum a candidate for re election to the office of Commonwealths Attorney of the 91I1 Judicial Dij tnct of Kentucky subject to the action of the Dcu1ccr1tlc111rty WEED SCIIELF ASSISSOR Hare nuthurucd to announc INt II us a candidate for llnrtr ii ridge County subject to the Atiuinf primary Kepublican election Kcby 17 Dermics Jno 1 Hcnnlnirtr I en Taul and Achllhs Dye WJ tft Nemo in his Rambling Thoughts tliis week tells soinu interesting truths about Spain John Sherman Tiikiie is a strong pull being niado on to get him into the Mc Jxinley cabinet Waxnamiker the pious John got himself badly done up in Pennsylvania hut week for United States Senator on tlio Republican ticket Tiikiie have beon sxteen bank failures in the West ami South since last November Hows that for a rosy sign of re turning prosperity in this country Â¬ Â¬ The grand jury at Henderson has In dicted United States Marshal Moses Rollington of Owensboro as ono of the participants in a recent otteinpt at mob violence Â¬ New features are being continually ndded to Frank Leslies Popular Month- Â¬ ly and the publishers say that the com ing year will show nn even nioro marked Improvement in its character than was stiown during the past year Â¬ Who pays the expense of calling out the State troops the other day by Gov Urndley to capture the turnpiko raiders that warnt caught Well probably the bill should bo passed and laid over for exceptions The sllverites and sound money Deui- ocrats liavo agreed to vote together in tlio city of Louisville in order to defeat the Republicans there in a fight for the local ollices this fall They recommend slmiliar action by Democrats throughout the State Day wai celebrated by the true Democracy of tho country at Wash Â¬ ington D C Pittsburg Omaha and other cities Tho bolters held a little side show at Indianapolis at which Mr Watterson ex Gov lluckner and a fyw others were present Jacksons Tin Hon John i Carlisle will be out of a job about the all of March Ho Bays though that he has made enough to bo quite independent of freo silver crankB nnil things like that Especially in Kentucky whero he got his start among em One of tho most disgraceful acts and one that shows to what extent ignorant political prefudice will carry its ill bred poseesors was the refusal to permit ex Governor Allgld to djliver his farewell addreu at tho inauguration of Governor Tanner at Springfield III last Monday The state ot Illinois considers it au outrageous insult and will not redound to the credit or welfare of the party at whose hands it was given Â¬ OA8TOXUA from Now Madrid Mo The Owensboro Evening Pres 0 0 cret Miss Mary Board is in Louisville visitÂ¬ Sutton Editor is before us Its loci 1 QUARTERLY REPORT FORDSVILLE ing Mrs Estill Sutton hews is qulto fresh anil entertaining and 11 SILVER DICK NEVITr OKI HE tliis will no doubt help largely to add to Miss Manila DjIIaven i loverport is Protracted Meeting John M Johnson Died BREOKINRIDGEBANIfiJnen its success Tlio news is what the peo Candidate for Re election to the Office visiting Mrs V F Hook Last Friday Other News ple want In Owensboro as well m else of County Cleik Meade County CLOVKHPORT KY Miss Rosa Moirman Clovcport is visJSOCI where and the Kvenlng Press Is cer-Â¬ iting Miss Lena Hensley Attheoloscof tiusuncsson tre 26th day of I Ken J B Vickcrs of Hartford was in town Everybody In Meade county will recog- Â¬ giving it tainly tier 1896 Tho poplo from the country are turn- Â¬ Sunday nize at once the above portrait They RrSOURCES ing out to the big revUnl Green one of tlio richest will also say as everybody Hkttie that Airs Logan Martin is visiting relatives Loans and uilcounu less loans 10 BLAND raj women in the world gives somo points right there is the picture of one of tho Jtitlgo Win Ahl hfs been confined at 1103167 lyffjgo Directors at this place Loans to Officers in her life printed in this impression of most popular charitable and genial men home several days by illness 4345 jghCri Mrs Clarence Smith returned from Overdrafts unsecured 1082 s the Nkws that are Interesting and valu Â¬ In Meade county sept tin They are having good singing at the re- lit bus been County Due from National Uinks 1513401 Oivensboro Saturday Kiiilov able If you read them and follow her Clerk for two terms and his friends are vital rervices conducted by Mr Adams cures prevents as well as Due from State Hanks and Mils Jennie Patterson spent SunJay advice you have a show to ho much going to give it to him fur another term And whether you send or go Hankers 24973 8 5007 gU Prof Kerrlck was out last week in tlio with the family of W II Sargent better off next year than you are UiIb for Scotts Emulsion be sure Recall e he has Interest of the Bicckenrldge Normal Col llankig House and Lot Why do they do this 3CooclUbbo Mr and Mrs Tom Smith of Hartford Other Stocks and lionet you get the genuine 0sIJappoln A mi i has been introduced in Con Â¬ made the best clerk the county has ever lego 1600000 Specie spent Sunday hero with relatives BOWNE New York SCOTT gress to decrease the salaries of all gov- Â¬ had discharged his duties faithfully Currency 13735 08 1973JI tcrmaii Miss Elztbeth Board visited her aunt Mr Arnold McCarty left last Monday While dis he vc ernment employes 10 per cent A little honestly anil creditably Mrs T B Henderson at Webster last Furniture and Fixtures to resume his studies at Kussellville bAVhh reduction in stlarles of olllcials and em- Â¬ charging the duties of his office with week Debts in Suit 3Sl IS T Cloverport District No 2 Miss Myrtlo Graham of Narrows is Protest Account ployes outside of Washington these honor and credit to himself and to his 4Miavo t Miss Eula Miller will go to Russellvllle Acme Illicit Co from i 400 to I13 oco county he has also taken care that his visiting her cousin Miss Jessie would not bo out of place hard times 1117187 llf 3100 to 4000 No man has In ashoit time to enter Logan Female Ieter Dohnoe from party should not suffer Ever thing seems to be on the drop and rding aro to LtAIllLlTIKS 150 John II Dean from College why not the perquisites of a high salaried done more for his party than has Dick Frank Fralze raised 45ion tlTof N ioo Mrs Leo Montgomery and her sister Capital St ck paid In In cash Miss Hulie Heeler returned home last Amanda Ilsher from Nevltt His services and his purse have 8co to 1200 Nina Held have bten visiting their par- Â¬ Surplus Fund olllcial 25000 ofJt ir Undivided Profits 603 sered t never faltered when his party railed week after a very pleasant visit to Steph Gold Fortune Gat and Mineral Co ents at Owensboro lis ncc 00 raised Due Drpositors as follows viz That was a pathetic story which came Big hearted open handed and willing enspoit whcti Virgil Hardin from Flora Tilford and Jessie Westerflold Deposits subject to check on which 615010 717s from a one legged tramp In Louisville lie has done much in keeping the oiga rijatrai A party of young people had a hay ride Jordarirllarris from interest is not paid J689Si 8 iroto 350 spent several days last week with Mrs the other day After wandering about nizition intact and from tlio inroads of to a party at Mr George T Jollys last I HKeeran frrm tplnce Tims certiilcates of deposit on which 9650 ijoo Harry Stum at Uock Vale Alj over the city for two or three dajs In the enemy 850 to 1100 No sinister motives can be Saturday night James J Kecnan from 3 per cent interest is paid 77171 o 146193 nil iiTtol A protracted meeting Is in progress at Marion McGavock frrm 500 to 1000 hunt of work hi could find none At charged against him either It Is natural Fund lo Pay Tuxes 390 Mr Allen Simmons came down from Mullen from 1400 to 1000 the Christian church Seimli The services are nightfall he struggled into an alley where with him He dont know how to do Eokron last week and entered Brecken Joe 11 Mullen from Wm loo to 1500 7is incitc conducted by Itov Brandon he made a little fire of his crutch and any other way He is a Democrat from ridge Normal College and Murray raised Murray 400 State ok Kentickv ermoi finally where fiom cold hunger and ex- conviction Clint Murray from The funeral of Mr John Johnson who 700 400 to He is broad and liberal In County of llreckenridge 18T0 ll Tiie f illowing is the work of the super- Â¬ Jesse L Morrman from to 00 died Friday night took place Sunday at fell asleep to be picked up his views haustion he 500 He is not hide bound nor I A II Skilhnan Cashier of Ihn Ilr ckinrid ti4 ol0i 4000 the Fordsvillo unconscious and almost frr3n to death selfish but has a large amount of chailty visors of the tax list who were in session II and C Tnrnpike Co tailed cemetery at 2 oclock Dank a Hank located and doing business on WnljfiQ 15010 to 16610 WDHolt from at Hardinsburg last week in saldrountyfjiiig The services were conducted by the street in the city rf Cloverpott He Is as G II Hayes railed 400 The report has been sent out from for those who differ witli him Mrs V Daniel received word last Sat-Â¬ members of the Masonic lodge Mr being duly sworn injs that the fregoing Keporrjj Mu 75 that Kentucky Is about two tender as u woman as gentle as a lamb urday of the death of her sister Mrs Mary K Mason raised from is in all respects a true statement of the condlh jtj Frankfort 800 Johnson was one of Fordsvillea most K M Matlrgly raised 700 to and carries nith him always a smile and of the said Hank at the close cf business on the i6iq1 t million five hundred thotmnd dollars in to 600 Owen from 500 JT honored citizens None know him hut day of December 1S96 to the best of his knowledoWll Beat Dick Nevltt Never HargAdlne in St Louis Mo debt nnd no money in the State Treas- a kind word Peter Smith from 43 lo 150 If you are not n candidate dear reader Mrs K Wilkerson from His deatli is a severe be- Â¬ and belief and further says that the buiines- - of faiQrJ w Yod cant down such a man The peolo 2000 to love him 1000 ury to pay it Still the only talk among reavement to his wife and children who Uankhasbcen transacted at the location mrrelfor mi ple are too much attached to him they you had better take to the woods for Joel R Allen reduced Republicans for the call of an extra ses and not elsewhere and that the above report W Liriel Home and Foreign Mlsslor have the sympathy of many friends made In compliance with with an official notice rej sion of the Legislature Is to elect a Ke know him and love him too well to give ever body else seems to be 1800 ary foclety reduced There is a voice which sorrow Iiearr Men may come and men may eelved from the Secretary of State designating iliUmuli Rchard Miles Wathen and Miss publican to the United States Senate him up Stephensport District No 3 When heaviest weighs liles galhrg chain i6lh day of December 1S96 as the day on uhiflj eCqx of this place were married Mrs L Hrlnsley from Better look after the credit of tlio State go but Silver Dick Nevitt will go on for jo to 75 Til Heaven that whispirs Dry thy tears such report shall be made rrt ti ever 693 mis is not luisome praise tiiey inJeffersonvllle Ind August 20 1890 Charles A Adklsson from The pure In heart shall meet again 539 to and devisa means to pay her tit bts A II Skillman Cashier Dick and Felly Irom 100 to 1000 Bhlin are honest words honestly spoken for V G Babbage qualified Saturday as KNIMIW oo to 400 E E Sutherland Med Co Dlrectcrslrd ll WH llonMRR The Republican party lias sent Sena- and in behalf of a friend that has been a assignee of Ell Pile Harned Ky Mr J W Trench from from 495 to 800 lT Skiliman il 0 tor Wolcott of Colorado to London to friend for fifteen years and more In Pile has a stock of goods at Harned to be Pete Lyons from Your remedies are taking well here Subscribed and sworn to befire me by A rcoo to 1100 Harry Lay Jl10 j Sold on a guarantee and not a bottle or 0K1 nnan v usnicr me 30m uay 01 uecemoer ioo try and find out if possible whether any speaking of Dick Nevitt as wo do we but disposed of i Charles Mocran from 1275 to 1730 2 C ClIAS II SMMMAN N P II Somo say international agreement on bimetallism voice the sentiments of thousands of Mrs A S Minor fom 3090103600 package has been returned Thero was a man In town last week James It Minor fom Commission expires Jan i6th ioto 7 1660103000 they can see better after using Sutheris feasible with tills country The Re others who share with us the same kind1 0 day had a years piovlslons ahead Peter Italleyfiom 15010 250 publican party Is pledged to a single gold ly feeling We say to the Democrats of whocald he lands Englo Eye Salve than they could r Caleb Wedding raised QUARTERLY REPORT 400 standard policy because it said so in its Meade stand by Dick Xe vitt you cant The Lord pity him if the candidates ever James Clark railed IU UK iroo before their eyes ever became sore OF THU fiud out who he Is jtho platform last July Pleaso ship as early as convenient as I Why do they try to afford to give hi in up Ueavin Tucker raised 150 150 hoo do the public now by seeking a conneed the goods Tho wild ducks were returning to their Charles Merritt reduced BANK OF HARDINSBURG Bewleyvllle No 4 Yours T J Wiimams Druggs BRANDENBURG ference with other nations when the northern home last week But dear Nelron Claycomb raised from 2640 to 3000 HARDINSnURG KY Jhn thing has been tried heretofore and Uuiontowu Ky reader dont be in a hurry yet about get-Â¬ Mrs Georgia Claycomb from 315003750 At the close of business on the 26th day of Decern financial fly screens a failure We want a proven ting out your Willis Hardin from 1100103250 Mrs Win Rhodes is better FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE go J bcr86 system of our onn in this country A 1700 103375 Judge M Board and N McO Mercer John J Nevitt from Mrs James Bland has been quite ill RESOURCES fold Company from 8000109100 system too that will meet the demands returned from Leltcbfleld last Saturday Irvington Milling ipeo The Populists of Hardin County Want Loans and discounts less loans to Mrs J L Malin returned to Vine Hudson 5th of all classes of people and until we get they had been to defend William Uallman from District week where 5 aosri 4jrllO wireciors J ico to 300 Loans to Directors olliccrs not Dave Murray this there will bo no solid prosperity Grove laBt Saturday to Stl Jesse K Board charged with house burn- Â¬ James Gray from 500101009 Included 3300 a era v among our people Mark that if you Will Casperke of Cannon Byers is ing Board was acquitted Mrs Octavia Gray from 500101000 Overdrafts unsecured 59 7llill please at homo for a little visit The St Johns Tree Silver Club of Due from National Hanks 1000 Dan R M Smith informs us that a Mrs Olie Meyer reduced 3854 3Ho m McDanlels District No 0 Hardin county consisting of 103 Demo- Â¬ Hanking Houe and Lot Mrs J K Ditto has been very tick horse was found a short time since near 3000 c 11J fh CoNMiiKiiAiug interest is being felt in W T Cannon not listed 81 cratic menibeis met Saturday night Jan Other Heal Estate 775 4flUlg but is some better at this writing Berry Rtblnsons between Buras and Chas LFiher from the coming together of the Democratic 000101300 2nd 18C7 and adopted the following res- Other Stocks and Bonds 3975 ex but The Rev Clint Jenkins wrs sick las 114610 to 13130 Germantown with his throat cut The Lafe Green from and Populist committees in this county Cash on hand 8631 9 f Ion 10750 1290 olutions Other items carrid as Cash 167 tistn animal was four years old black with James C Jones from at Hardinsburg next Monday The Sunday and did not fill his pulpit Whereas the Populists of this county Furniture and Fixtures from W 1350 to 1550 coo o ami committees have been called to meet on Ladies Aid will meet this afternoon white hind feet This Is tho second Joe WJones not listed 1500 voted solidly for the Democratic nomiFund to Pay Taxes TJones Itllt 34 home that lies been killed in that section John A Heitcni the same day for the purpose of arrang- with MrH George Casperke Monday Co not listed 2600 1007 71OJIII nee for President and whereas it would Current Expenses Last Quarter D C Moorman froul 2220 to 2664 ing a ticket to pitch against the Repub xpni Epworth Laguo will have literary by unknown parties be proper and just that they should have 140051 8ero 500 licans in a fight for the county ollices and musical exercises next Friday night There is a big revival In progress at tho Amanda Moorman not lised LIABILITIES some recognition in the distribution of Same from 500 to 600 duru this year So far the impression seems Capital Stock paid In in cash It is a union meeting W C Moorman not lted 800 t ooo oardj Messrs Hibbs Hayes ami Spauldiug M E church county ofllccs therefore Undivided Profits 8368 Sgei to bo that the two parties will effect a 600 Thd preachers and members of both Jamrs A Moorman from 50310 1st ItcsoLVED that this club request Deposits subject to check on which ate new pupils in Brandenburg Normal 1000 to 1400 fusion divide up the office and vote churches aro working together It will Jesse I Owen from Interest is not- riatdl - - - 4iHaiii the Democratic County Committee to rnuc Mrs Shrewsbury au old lady near 1000101500 together This is about the only show likely continue several weeks At least RO andM H Hobin on from recommend the nomination and election Time certificates of deposit on which not lised 3134 iCorl f they have of success if they should here is in a dying condition at this writ- Â¬ thats what the preacherssay The town Jacob CSmiths hers listed ic678j tyTKT 3 per cent interest in paid 57851 35 Overton not jo of any Populist whom that party might John fail in this the probability is that ing needs n shaking up and the indications C S Moxley not lised 400 8 rr select to represent this county in the A crowd of you g f ilks spent Sunday 150 neither of them could succeed The are Unit shell get it Everybody is in- Â¬ Dudley Mullet not listed State ok KentVckv J asni next General Aseembly Republicans are in the lead now but if a afternoon with Misses Iono aud Annie vited to the meeting The board will hear complaints from Kttl 2nd That Hardin county givo a clear CountyofftreckenrldgeJ Dowden strong combination can be eflected SI As eoon as a boy gets big enough to the Fourth and Fifth Districts Jan 16th track to Grajsm nnd Bullitt to oiler can Dank II Heard Cashier of ttink ol Hardinsburg allfC There have bten some business against themtheir ticket can be defeated located and doing business in the town r Pol measure a yard of cloth or weigh a pound and the Second and Sixth Districts Jan didates for State Senate Hardinsburg In laid county being duly sworn saiKl in November This is based upon the changes in commercial circles important of nails he wants to run off to some town 10th and tie First and Tliird Districts Drd That Hon D R Murray is here- Â¬ that Ihe foregoing Report Is in all respects a trucjw idea of the vote last November The ones more later on Jan 20th by called upon to become a candidate for statement of the condition of the said Hank at thfQf Bro E E Pate delivered a sweet and hunt a job in a store Young man county went for McKinlcy by a small close of business on the 16th day of December 18 you stick to the farm The stores are Circuit Judge of tliis Judicial district JJ majority onlyoided by tho sound money spirited sermon last Sunday from I 0 crowded to the best of his knowledge and belief and heresy the professions are crowded STATKorOmo 4th Tuat it is the request of this club says tint the business of said Hank has been fur City of Toledo chapter Gallatlans trans jQt Democrats In a local fight as this will for every Freo Silver Club in Hardin acted at the location named and not elsewhere unUjg Qij Lucas County Miss Lena Drury is spending some and the surest check for a living is In the J be it is belieyed that the sound money pursuit of agriculture You may not be Cheney makes oath that ho county to pass upon that the above report is made in compliance with anjcrliir Frank J Democrats would vote with their old little while with her sister Mrs John able to amass a great fortune at it but the Secretary Stalfg qu is the senior partner of the firm of F J J II French Chnnn official notice received fromDecember ofas party in preference to going with tho Frakes Lena Is a prime f ivorite here at night your seep will be more peaceful Cheney deiignatlng the 16th day of is6 thcflVy G Enolisii Secy Co doing business in the City T and wo aro glad she lingoes day on which such reio t shall be made Republicans straight out At any rate jnmi u nil your appetite stronger of Toledo County and State aforesaid Mr and Mrs P K Malin of Chicago SI II Heard Cashier lajn we have this to hope for provided good Whenever a druggist tells you he has O W Heard and that said firm will pay the sum of ised The Biard of Trustees met in regular substantial men are put forward to be ore visiting Mrs S C Malin Mrs P M MKKIDGE uirectorleb K Malin is quite charming of winning Efcssion last week and wound up the years ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each something just es jood for coughs grip It M Jolly voted for dont Subscribed and sworn to befne me by MHBeard hot personality and is a Kentucky girl business for 1891 The town collector of and every cose of Catarrh that cannot etc is Dr Bells rTfeii The mill topic is again agitated I have taxes made his report showing 537 03 be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh you believo it for we guarantee that it is Ihe 19H1 day of December 1S96 ihe It S S k llm a N Clerk II C C Vo make the genuine and FRANK J CHENEY not true Cure reported pros and cons previously Hold collected from this source WOLF CREEK n The total Ily Irank Hoard D C authorize all druggists to guarantee it Sworn to before me and subscribed in lann on till something definite is decided assessment for the year was 50290 but t my presence this Oth day ot December Tub E E Sutherland Medicine Co R T Offings it sick upon and Ill report more explicitly allowing sums for delinquents and imFarm For Sale Paducah Ky iS6Ac rs of land lying about one mle anl a mi Mrs 0 W Moremen will givo a cotAll the Republicans here want the proper ossetsments and commissions for A D 1880 half cast or Hardinsburg and the farm on whichliS A W GLEASON illion on Friday night r Post ofilce live the place is very veil Improved a moderatelcD Comment Is collecting brings the net amount to the cood dwell ntr hnncM tnl nil nihp WEED CHELF Mrs Chism Is visiting her sister at not necccssary an entertainment at town 483 31 Out of this thero has been Ah 1 he farm is well supplied with plenty off uildings Notary Public water six lasting spring that never go dry the S Mrs Moremens epacious homo means expended for necessary current expenses Cedar Flat drjest years Also a good orchard Any onet Mrs Will Smith spent Christmas iu pleasuro supreme of the town tho sum of 130 15 The Halls Catarrh Cure Ib taken internally A Man of High Honor Strong- Attachu aui uu piace coma ana seeior tnemsoves I1 ror terms etc nrply to or address From tho abundance of tho mouth clerk reported 37 50 collected for license and acts directly on the blood and mu- Â¬ Jeffersonvllle ments and Liberal Vitwj I IATKICK TKA FK on tho Farm Or V O IUboage Hardinsburg Ky Mr Robt Smith of Cedar Flat was speaketh even so were the words utter Â¬ J R Johnston C R Mattingly nad T cous surfaces of the system Send for ry ed about Mr W I Ashe aft school J Hook weio appointed to supervise the testimonials free here Saturday Ellisbclhtown News nn Lime For Sale Walter Grey spent last Saturday night commissioner but his appreciative note tax list for 1897 A further order was CO Toledo O F J CHENEY The News by authority announces this nunaren barrels ot lime Ibr sale lri e 40 six anybody J9alous more than compensat made by the Board directing the Clerk with Mr Jesse Smith Sold by all Druggists 75c week Mr Weed S Chelf as a candidate cents a ha rel delivered at any point on the Ohio Louisvllla and Kvansvllle rherbetwe Send met i to make an itimizsd account Mr MtUehee of Louisville is here ed if I expected compensation the years for re election to the olllca of Common ycur oruera 11 J srUAHT OWEN Rhodes Beanl have b light out business and pist at the court bouse guest of Stuart Owings the Wolf Creek Ky wealths Attorney and it a diligent aud hS Jirlie Drury Capturei a Prirs Hugh Greens interest in the hack line door Mr Robt Kell and wife of Louisville intelligent discharge of public duty de- Â¬ AXTantcd Salesman to rol a very complete In lu CLas II The Carrolton News says to Weldon and will also run n livery 1IAISKI L18T are here visiting their friends of luhricatlng Oils Crei es and specialtl serve an endorsement at the hands of loeral terms to good men Jewel Kefming Co Drury of Breckenridge county and Miss Mrs S F Owings visited her sister a stable at Howards old slain Tom the peoplo we know no public servant Cleveland Oho Hardinsburg District No 1 Sara J Lewis were united in the holy Ileferentes Duns lira istieots or State Natin- Rhodes and George Beard aro sterling V A How man from few days last wesk at Chenault more justly entitled to it than Wetd S isco tot0O bonds of wi wisvb unu u matrimony at the residence of Miss Rebecca Onings spent Christmas good fellows aud you are sifo when they W S Clark railed loo Is ono of tho few men who Chelf He 1656 to 190 the brides Bister Mrs W O Darling I her aunt Mrs Geo Glllilaud at areat the holm Hugh Green will run W S Dejemctte with has always done his full dity as Corn IJSO to ljoo last Thursday at high noon Rev Wm a wagon on the street and is as accomo- Â¬ Sarah Gardner Chenault Jj 1 James C Dtjernetm 167510 ljo Shoesmltli of the M E church tying wealths Attorney who has grown popuMr Clias Riddle and sons Charlie ami dating as you fiad them Success lo Kruball llarman lar In tho discharge ol the disagreeable sroto 500 of the nuptial knot Only the immediate I Rocs have returned to their homo in all of them Juia Harmon 9510 500 necessity of prosecuting violators of the t members of the family were present at law 600 Janus M Ilarrll 40010 Louisville after a pleasant visit to reIirandenburg Normal had a good Liter Â¬ My Mr Chelf is a man of high honor ll WuiII Huston 6coto was quite a surprise aa 750 the wedding It latives here ary last Friday night II The debalo CU Hawkins ijooto sooo the News was not acquainted with the strong attachments aud liberal and char Â¬ Is the certainty of fulfillment of 11 Mr Walter Grey of Oak Grove was Which affords the greater Inpplness J It Johnston raited itable views He grew rapidly in the too facta until about the time the nuptials each and every one of them here lost Saturday he talks well to every pursuit or possession was pretty well M and II lolly from 1190 to 1633 esteem of the Democrats of Hardin coun- Â¬ Miss Sarah is one of Carrol When yon leave your watch one aud especially tho Democrats 40010 600 occurred Ho handled Pursuit won the victory There J T Klngttcn ty for the hard work he did last fall for o W Kennedy ic6oto IJCo tons brightest and lovllest ladies and with me for repairs it is sufwants to be our next County Clerk is certainly a fascination in pursuit that John t the Democratic ticket and we believe to- Â¬ J KIIaje railed we congratulate Mr Drury upon his ficient guaranteo that you will Mr Philip Noel of Brandenburg was wanes in possession pretty generally M Miller Admr laUei day there is almost the universal demand 500 good fori 8 unj in securing the bride he of all Democrats havo an accurate and reliable here last Saturday He is in the race for Prof A 0 Burton gavo a chattypleasant John McUiry 410 to 500 of the county that he timepiece 50010 810 has won County Attorney and wants everybody talk on a trip to Niagra Falls and Toron- Â¬ May and ICIJer Bhall be given an endorsement for his tooo to 1500 Did It ever occur to you that to vote for him Philip is a nice good to Canada His own personal experience Junius Ma shall admirable services to the State and dis Â¬ Thomas A Miller 140010 iIoo more Watches are ruined by and popular young man and will run and feelings at sight of the great cata Â¬ Hen T Miller The Women AU Like It trict 6o sooto 1 incompetent workmen than a fine close race ract poured from the hollow of Gods Lata II Mllcr sooto 1500 Mr Editor please change my paper by actual wear We have Christmas was sreut very pleasantly hand and in such an unostentatious A A lllhsnl 01 90010 1100 from Howes Valley to Franklen Cross Â¬ Krem is Mercer County Pa We be- Â¬ gained the reputation for 66510 1000 here Christmas presents were plentiful pleasant style to hear ws to enjiy Parney Snurei tn Peyton Srolt 610 to 80 roads Hardin county Ky I like it so lieve Chamberlains Cough IUmedy to miles around for the best but little Essie Owings thinks she beat Misses Agin s Worland on mandolin and W K Withers nil well that I dont want to rales a single be the best remedy In use We use it 875 lo 448a work at reasonable prices A to every one her present is a beautiful Minnie Bland en organ made sweat W D Wllso 5 10 to 570 number I am formerly a Breckeurldge in our families and It is a favorite among la trial will convince you ring Mooustono and Emerald it is very music 100 Misses Lena Nevitt Mabel Phoclan Gutrjrle ralsei county old lady and like so much to read our ciustoraors Hkcker linos k Co Anderon Woods reduced 100 much admired and is the gift of Mrs Hardin and Annie llondiirunt sang a T C LEWIS Hardinsburg Ky Yours truely 25 and 50 cents bottles for sale by A It jour paper Thimton Douglass reduced 100 Will Smith very Bweet ballad Wljiam Miller rt luced Mrs Marclla Vertress Fisher Druggist 450 r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Grippe If you have you know its aches and pains the fever the chills the cough the depression you know them all The Grippe exhausts the nervous system quickly lowers the vitality Two things should be done at once the body must be strength Â¬ ened and force must be given to the nervous system Cod liver Oil will do the first i Hy pophosphites the second These arc permanently and pleasantly combined in Scotts Emulsion It lifts the despondency and heals the inflamed membranes of the throat and lungs But you need not nave LA GRIPPE You can put your system in a condition unfavorable to it You can have rich red blood resistive strength J steady brain and nerves Scotf s Emulsion SPRGIAL TBJRMS Grippe Hardinsburg Normal Institiiteljj had -- OF TIIE First Term Ten weeks opens January Sccoiul Term Ten weeks opens April 25 5 closes Apiil 2 closes June n 1S97 m All higher branches foElMEN All present grades will be sustained Also A SructAi Couksk tora which there may be n demand Tkaciiks including any higher work TUITION per month 125 to if 250 K HARMON For particulars address M E AVITT Hardinsburg Kji OOUBSB C 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- M5 1 y 1 Â¬ Â¬ tfHfiirn Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Back Â¬ Promises 1 111 Â¬ m IU I tHB LOOKWOOD ICrtlt BRHOKENRIDGEl Louisville NEIW QLOVERPORT KY Mado and Merit Maintains thoconfldcnco of tho peoplo In Hoods Barsnparllln If a mcdicinocurcB you when sick If It makes wonderful cures everywhere then beyond nllquestion that nicdlclna possesses merit 3 ftENRIDGE SDAY NEWS 13 1897 HEV M 0 OEAU JANUARY lie Win WfU Kmittii REV M C In Cliiclnnitl and Itnore LOCKWOOD inleys Cabinet IEN SELECTED ACCORD fHE LATEST GUESS ltcv M 0 Jnn n lUiTiMonK Lockwood pastor of tlio Associntod Ho form church In thU city nnd formerly Tobacco Market for Prices Encouraolng On Hand pastor of tlio First Haptist church Cin- Â¬ cinnati Oed nt 7 oclock yesterday Outlook morning xt tins Church Homo ami Iu ilrmay of u complication of diseases tor been phenomenally low and the market irregular and spasmodic There ia yet a great deal of low grade tobacco on hand Tho season has been unfavorable for the 1891 crop nnd It is showing mcstly common yet some very fino tobacco is Very littlo occasionally to bo found new dark has yet been sold So far long Good Demand and Bot- - rehandling tobaccos havo sold very well Old lugs are horribly low anil new oueH exporters are out ot the market probably because of Cuban agita Â¬ tions For a great many types of dark and particularly long re handling tobac- Â¬ co Louisville offers the bcBt market Tho Golded Rulo lias arranged with Mr J T Myles formerly a prominent Pdducah warehouseman nnd one of tho best judges on the market to manage nnd sell their dark tobacco for the present year In o der that the interess of their dark tobnico friends may have carefut and special attention Dark tobacco is gradually coming to Louisvilio as all must acknowledge Wo are constantly growing and inoro attention is being paid to it every year We Invite the patronage of growers In tho Purchnse claiming a prestige In that our mnnager is a man from your midst nnd familiar with your types and who cin ban die your business as you would like to hnyo it done nnd get you best possible remits For the benefit of those who nro unac quainted with our house we refer you to the First National Bank nnd tho Western Bank of Louisville Ky We wish you a prosperous New Year Yours truly Â¬ Merit Breckinridge NORMAL College Second Term Opens Nov 10 1S9G Diplo Pedagogy Uiisincss Scientific Classical mas granted in nil courses Latin The Cumulative method is used in teaching the languages Greek jermnn nnd French A Special Course for those who wish to prepare for Tcachcis Cer tilicate In this course the students will he fitted for teachers by actual work in our MODEL SCHOOL Special terms to 520 pays tuition for all cotnses except music those wishing to pay as much as five months tuition in advance Hoard 200 to 250 per week Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for teaching can make arrangements with the President of the College to It will pay you if Write for particulars at once attend school here you desire to attend a first class school at a small cost D S RORERTS Jr Pros llardinsburg Ky Address or FELIX KERRICK llardinsburg Ky FotK CoLMtstcs Â¬ SmallStocks worse Spanish That jjfshorman For Secrotary of Cornelius N Willi LimitedRecelpts Will Tend To Koop The Market Buoyant Tho Combine Is Not Bliss For Secretary of the Navy RBtrioral I absolutely permanently when all others fall to do any good whatever Wo repeat Is JuBt tho truth about Hoods Bar Baparllln Wo know it possesses merit becauso it cures not onco or twlco or a hundred times but In thousands and thousands of cases Wo know It cures Made Sarsaparilla PlllS biliousness a cents FUSION Russel Alger For Secretary of War Jnn 11 Tlio opinion those who seem to know is that jjjShermnti will bo offered nnd sept tlio secretaryship of state in Kinloys cabinet nnd that Mr Jwill not bo ono of tho cabinet of tho next president It is tfto bo certain that Mr Hamia appointed as tlio successor of tiermaii in tho Fcnnte n placo Ifo very much prefers to any bAjhich tho president elect could Imr Tlio senatorial appointment havo to bo niado by Governor Having Things All Its Own Way Handle Tobacco Right Hoods Is tho hest In fact tho Ono Truo Mood Purincr euro nausea Indigestion A Decayed Tooth Is the cnuso of much annoyance in the winter time Catch cold in it neuralgia toothache eland riuf rdinp i tho selection of Cornelius clof Now York for secrotary of oyfilt is said that Mr Bliss has ho do- i sered tho placo but that iisTncceptnuco until ho could ns- whether ho conld so arrango hi sjntrilrs us to permit of his tak- t Dr Lockwood np to a wcok ago was apparently in tho best of health ho pro sided over tho Sunday school enter tainment Wednesday of last week Thursdny morning ho complained of violent pains in tho stomach which tho attending physician nscribed to ncuto Tho pains increased in indigestion violenco ns tlio day wore on and it was decided to call in a consulting physi Dr L McLano Tiffany was cian called in nnd ho diapnosrd tho discaso as peritonitis complicated by other disÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ eases n - ral Alger of Michigan is counted iff to bo tlio secretary of war Sennlnr plnco vnNOTOX clct McKinley Tho senator illo discuss for publication tho riiis visit ns ho says his confer iorth Major McKinley was entirely itlal Mr Proctor however rfdJto say for himself that it has iown that ho personally did not saiQd would not accept a cabined i for any otlicr ofllco Kfit iero ho was in consultation with ermont has returned from lrnctur Not In It Jan 11 Senator Dr Lockwood was informed that his condition was critical and that an oper ation would bo necessary to savo his life The patient consented to this nnd tho operation was performed Sun day Ho rallied and scorned to bo pro gressing nicely until Thursday night when his condition changed for tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ProcClevo- - worso Ho was unconscious tho greater part of tho night but was freo from pain when ho died Ho was tenderly nursed by his wifo who is prostrated by tho death of her husband Several telegrams of sympathy havo been receied from tho dead pastors friends in Cincinnati The burial will probably bo at Stam ford Conn Stamford is Mr Lockwoods former homo nnd tho present homo of his mother Â¬ rlrIERT HANGED Hiinilrcil IVnpIe WHiipm tlio Kxc 111 riitlon LAUGHLIN Kvillu Ky Jan 11 Robert giilin was hanged in tho court- icnifd hero in tho presence of 1500 it 9 50 oclock Saturday morn- iho murder of his wifo and llttlo l6 old nieco in tliis county about 10 ago o daybreak littlo squads of citi pm coming into town to seo tho in and every hour saw hundreds jjtlio knots of peoplo who wero ia tho courthouse yard shiv awaiting tlio fatal moment tjlveo minutes beforo tho time to bo led from his coll- m miircrer tho jail to tho scaffold a mob of tore down tho enclosuro around fold nnd every ono of tho 1500 peoplo could seo every move 4Wtho condemned man tho mill 16 stood by liiin to tlio last and o era who managed tho hanging jllin wsis uunareuly cool and 4 3 Ho mado no speech on tho senf octijftvo minutes after tho trap 5 4mng tho body was pronounced 5 but was allowed to hang 15 Undertaker Hamilton 9 i longer 7 istn then took chargo of tho ro them to tho o ootid transported 4 cjitho unfortunate mans father ho lirst confessed that 7 jiOJlionso cpmniitted the horriblo crime 2 8fero no demonstrations from tho during the execution and it ooc dispersed wlien tho ghastly 14 j Dr M C Look wood was born on tho 29th day of Tnnunry 1833 and nt tlio ago of 13 ho wns rently for matriculation In tho New York college nttoadlng tho Old Gkiukiiiilng ncndoiny In Stamford Conn Whllo preparing to enter Madi son now Colgate university tlio father of his present wife died Shortly nftor hi mnrrlngo ho ccm muueed his religious work His mother fnthcr was tho Hnv Mlclmol Walsh a Methodist preacher who had been educate 1 In tho Kotimn Cntholto church Tlio Wnlfh family havo novonil distinguished m liibers in tho Konmu Cntholto communion among whom U tho Hev Knthor Terry D D the eloquent priest of Albnny N Y ltov Lockwood served nt Whitehall N Y four yenrs From thoro ho went to horo hu became ptstorot tho Cli clnnntl Mrst liuptlst church which was then on Court street Through his ondeuvors tha new church was built on Wesley nvenue with which ho was connected from 18s5 to 1S05 when ho enmo to Haiti morons pastor of tlio Associated Reform chutob to till the vacancy caused by tho death of Rev Wiiylnnd 1 Hall HU wifo wai formorlyn Miss Jcnnlo H itch of New York from which union thero wero Cvj children A son 18 years of no dUd about four months ago nnd tho father b o dcd heavily over his loss Â¬ s E nsTendcd m TRUCK A LITTLE MAN ashed his stage manager Or attnglin who is about flvo nnd jaffeet tall for which ho was nitjPolico Juhtico Sellers and paid 8a 3Tho cuo to Corbetts lovo ijtho third act depends on the h Jof a steam whistle 84 Manager Battaglia informed that tho companys whistlo lot bo made ready and they anuie7obliged to depend on a moutn havhibtlo owued by tho houso taiisquo camo n few seconds too diWlien tho curtain camo down imau Jim mado straight fora nnd seizing him by tho shoalIsed him from tho lloor mid lebreath out of him deposited tho littlo fellow on r ho rFfcnvo him a smash with his ho head and sending out Ids nt him into tho nir Tho little lanager landed on his back a t away Corbett rofuscd to llglin tho two days salary duo Pi stage manager ia loft penniless STEAMER BURNED tVlia r iw Toltillv llpitrnveil at ti4 Currollton La onei ei uleans Jan 8 Tho steam- -of tlie Coast was totally doKy y fire at Carrollton La yes- irnlng Slie belonged to Cup- i F Aiken valued nt 540000 CausQ of the ed for 130000 Ohio cut X rX - uirv Drinoiutrntpt Tlint Us ivui IE WIP Somebody 8 rr Jan 8 James J Corbett yfcn wn me ono of the Kyg le of tho Coast was engaged in senger steamers ana river coast trade alio l neB Itfci in Cincinnati at tho Murine tof 80 by Captain Blanks mid has successful tin- ugli Four Inches of Solid Iron ita Jan 8 Tho powerful a no constructed by Professor isouden of the Western mil- s on exhibition hist night be- cadeiuy of Scienco and Art at mil Professor James Keeler leitheny observatory in telling mderful tests which the ma- boon put to said that it had irown a ruy oi lignt tlirougli os of solid iron nnd ho thinks will bo developed so that it osix or eiitht inches and in- strongly that it may yot bo i inspection or armor plates 114 rluiinril Another Jlunucre rL Jan 11 The Turkish Re uo lias issued from Brussels an a tlio peoplo of Eurono declar- tho sultan hui planned a mas tako placo during the approach iinzan fusts and imploring the to interfere depose the sultan laim Rcchad Kftendi youngor f tho sultan and heir presutuii- tucceesor with a council of ap of equal numbers of Mos Btore v Kdtluns and Europeaua Democratic caucus last night nominated Senator Georgo Q Vest as a candidato for United States senator to succeed himself Governor Stonos namo was placed beforo tho caucus by Mr Wash bum of Polk county Speaker Farris for tho governor nnd by his authority stated ho was not a candidato and withdrew his name Tlio legislature will voto for United States senator on Jnn 19 when it is confidently expected that Vest will bo re elected No More ICUtlug the Illblo Topeka Jnn 8 The custom of kiss ing the Bible at the inauguration of state officers which has provniled in Kansas since tho admission of the state into tho Union will not bo observed b tho Ponulists next Monday G Clemens chairman of tho arrangements committee objected to the custom on tho grounds tlint tlio germs or cuseaso might bo carried from out person to nil otlier by kissing tho Biblo and a resolu tion to do away with this part of the program was adopted Woman Iutully Iluriieil Hamilton O Jan 8 Lulu Jones 21 n colored cook at tho residence of Major Estes G ltnthboue was fatally burned about 730 oclock Thursday morning and died a few hours afterward Iu lighting a flro it is supposed that she used coal oil from which her dress caught flro Her dress burning Eho ran to the front door and her cries attracted tho attention of Mrs Rath bone who amo to her nssistanco Mrs Rnthbono was nlso badly burned about tho face and body rreferred Uenth to Icllenen SiNd Sino Jan 0 On the 1st of the month convict labor was abolished in all prisons of this state and yesterday Frederick Hoffman a prisoner hero while depressed for lack of employment tlirew himself from n gallery wnero he was taking exerciso to tho floor 75 feet below It is thought ho can not recover Hoffman told Warden Sage that he feared his mind would givo way unless ho had some work to do Ho was a printer Wnril U Mtirrliil Iu IarU Mr Detiair Paius Jan 8 Miss Edith Lymnn Collins tlio only daughter of Mr Clar enco Lymuu Collins of New York and ward of Dr Clianncey M Depow was married yesterday nt tho Church of St Geriuaino LAuxerrois M LAbbo Sal nion tho vicar olllciatlng to Rochid Boy Count Czaykowski councillor of tho Turkish ombnsHT at Romo Standi at the Head leading druggist of Aug J Dr Kings New bhreveport L thing that cures my Discovery is J best seller I have cough and reliant of Safford Caiif JF Kings New Discov- Ariz writ inedforitj It never ery ia all re for Consumption falls anc cannot sav enoueu UOUgliBj Kings New Diwov for its Uougiis ana uoias ery fori t It has been tiled Is not eentury and today lor a it it nver disappoints stands I yt it uus Free M Â¬ Â¬ Jeffekson Citv Senator Veat Ilns No Opposition Mo Jan 9 Tho During the week ending December 18th 1890 the market was glutted with tobacDuring tho co nnd prices were weak three days preceding holidays however prices revived very much and the mar ket closed with a decidedly better feeling on all Burley except low grades which Red to- Â¬ wero utterly without demand baccos wero much Bought after with ruling prices higher than the week pre- Â¬ Tho facts all point to a good Janvious uary and February market particularly on red tobaccos though no ono can tell what the luture will develop The un- Â¬ in Louisville sold stocks of tobacco amount to 17527 hogsheads consisting of 8037 hogsheads of dark and 9490 hogsheads of Burley showing a very The small stock of Burley on hand manufactures are all lightly stocked and buying freely If tobacco comes in and is offered gradually tho market ought to In fact by consent be good all season of all the warehouses the sales have been limited to 800 hogsheads per day hereafter which will prevent the market from being over crowded Judging from what has been received a large per cent of the 1890 crop is very common Thero isa very small per cent of fine smooth tobacco and the nverage quality is low Sweet old Burley has been stronger all through December than new tobaccos the heavy bodied red being most sought The last two weeks of for however sales old tiashes were a shade weaker We feel inclined to advise the sale of old tobaccos while there is an active demand for them Very often the market for old completely flattens after the manufact- Â¬ ures get thoroughly started on new The 1890 crop contains plenty of color but lacks that smooth oily texture so de purposes sirable for manufacturing This is especially noticeable with short red tobaccos and tips which we find this year generally show house burned and Now these tobaccos ought to be lifeless sold in winter order for three reasons 1st btcause this defect will not show so plainly 2J bcauso one of our largest consumers of these tobaccos generally buys his supply of tobacco in winter order 3d because you thus avoid the loss in weight necessary if held for sum mer order Since these tobaccos must be sold in winter this becomes a strong point in favor of the Louisville market this year over any otlier as wo have al Â¬ ways been ablo to far excel our compe- Â¬ titors in sales of tobacco in winter order 35 per cent of the tobacco offered this year was rejected showing that the cars prices have not been satisfactory to ship Everybody was much surprised at pers the end of the year when we mado an inventory to find that we had very little Burley tobacco on hand there being on- Â¬ ly about 9000 unsold hogsheads in the city and more than half of that is old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOOU S w5y HARDIN Suggestion Tako Down That Â¬ Rooster And Put Up The Plow and Hammer feel mean with the world Better have ub patch it up others might suggest to have it Do a neat job filled with gold silver pulled or alumnium With approved science nt our command tho operation will not pain you Would you rather sufler the pangs of neu for a neat ralgia or sufier tho payment filling gold will cost more ofl WILDER Brandenburg Ky Â¬ AND WELL WIN THE FIGHT WB Tatk Â¬ the Willard Hotel Â¬ LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Gnat sales prove the great merit of Mooikvvimk Ky January 3d lSi Hoods Sarsaparilla and great merit en KniTOii ItitKCKKxniiHiK JJkws I seo the Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace ables it to accomplish wonderful cures committees have called n meeting for Jan 18 I will siy as a Peoples party Halls and entrances are Marblo and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 GLENDEANE comuiltteeeman ot this district that I am willing to meet if wo can form n party Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed rooms Miss Alma Mattinnly Gave a Parly Fine on a fair basis but I dont want any mora Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco- Â¬ such unions ns wo had this fall My sugCattle to Cincinnati Moorman Deane Its equipments throughout nre withont gestion would bo to select such men as rated and Brilliantly Lighted Co Resume Work A M Hardin for Clerk J II Lennon a superior in the South rate of charges considered Tom Cannon for for Representative Ed Bishop is hero from Loitchfiuld Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement As to Sheriir John Slnton for Jailer Rev Mr Tucker of Harned was here the rest of the ticket I have no eye to RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY but they should bo good men Sunday con Now Mr Editor I sliall attend tho Mr M F Powell spent last week visvention as a Populiet becauso I firmly iting at Leitchfield in tlio principles set fortli in tlio Edgar Lewis spent Saturday and Sun Â¬ believe Omaha platform and if wo will all meet day with friends here as patriots not nsfchenurs we will ac- Â¬ Willis Green Falls of Rough attended complish something that will givo tills preaching at Goshen Sunday county an impulse nnd a feeling it will Mrs Lizzie Lewis from Irvington is hold for many n day to come My sug- Â¬ spending a few weeks with her brother gestion is tlint wo havo ono party and Mr Jesse L Owen let that party bu tho Peoples party It Vessols who is visiting will not do to stick up tlint old rooster Mrs Main LOUISVILLE ICY Mrs Joe Mattingly fell nnd broke her any more for people to voto for for tho Southeast Cor of Twelfth rooster Sewnll nnd redemption money fore arm one day last week Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hlul and per cent Commission So if wo will John Haswoll candidate for Repre- beat llrynn this time meot nnd put out good men nnd stick up sentative spent two or three days here last week and gave Utopia a pleasant the Plow nnd Hammer it is my opinion 11 III lNlAflllIIIIJfl illlll wo will win this fight call Ah sotno will say wo cannot do that Co opened up Moorman Deane Now I work on a 200 acre tract of timber last wo are free silver Democrats Friday Their present force numbers want to say to such fellows as that they dont know what they aro talking about nineteen hands LTohn Deane recently shipped some for there is no euch a thing ns a freo silery fine cattle to Cincinnati They ver Democrat They aro all Populist if averaged slightly over SvO each nnd thoy but knew it because it is tho only free silver patty iu tho V S So let us nil netted him a handsome sum Miss Alma Mattingly gave her little meet as that great money party and nom- Â¬ friends a party Saturday afternoon They inate n ticket nnd see that we elect that liadngaytimo with games plajs etc ticket Now with good wishes for the Tho smaller boys have oil that gallantry NkwsiuuI ita Editor Yours for justice belonging to their older brothers Â¬ W Scott Miller Jr Manager Independent GOLDEN RULE 1 Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Â¬ I Â¬ Henry OIIbyan lMn Thero are two reasonable things which I found good results from the use of everybody should do take care of ones in the treat Â¬ if lost regain it quickly and Dr Bells health and of my children for whooping cough to this everybody will agree And there ment Hev II 15 Bailky Yours are a great multitude of peope who are Winchester Ky agreed that for both purposes Simmons I Regulator is tho best helper Liver V m nituci L HODGES am troubled with torpid liver and noth J Secy lrei ing gives reliof so quick like Simmons tobacco It R Strang Lake Liver Regulator A good many of the warehouses had City Fla refused to allow the sales limited until INCOItlOUATEI McBEATH IN HARDIN after the holidays By advertising spec Â¬ 50000 1000 Shares Capital Stock ial snles and rolling tobacco from house now on Sale at 2 Each to house and blocking the sales every- Â¬ His Career One of Credit to Himself and body really believed the rush had ruined Honor to the State A Word to Tobacco Growers the market but when we had a chance to make a few figures we find the public Ellzabethtowh Newt Tho Wheel Tobacco Co is now a div were entirely deceived There was no it is Tho announcement of Hon T It Mc doud paver It is not a scheme need of a panic in prices The total re based nnd managed on Bcatli m a candidato for re election to au enterprise ceipts for the month only amounted to strictly biiBintsa principles As soon as tho nbove dnmber of shares 125 11 hogsheads while tlio sales amount- Â¬ the office of Circuit Judge appears in this issue of the News It is hardly nec- nre disposed of the stock will advance to ed to 14159 hogsheads par or 100 per cent nnd will readily We made an effort to have the limits essary to say anything in connection command a premium Tho buslne ss is with the announcement as Judge Mc fixed in December as we believed it runetitireiy in tno interest 01 iouuccu would help to maintain prices and are Beath is so well and favorable known by growers the stock cannot be sold to any His career upon tho Bench other class ol men Iteniembar that the glad uow to see that all have consented our peoplo is one of credit to himself and honor to Company is five years old and that itis Â¬ to havo it done established it is no longer au experi Cos to- Â¬ the State Bringing to tho discharge of ment Iteniember wo have no salaried Wo have been sdlingRay Â¬ funcofficers eating up the profits and that bacco for them until they could make of the important and often intricate expenses aro a hundred othor arrangements They now havo a tions of his office an unusually clear and this Companys fold less than any other company of the to sell vigorous intellect with an abundance of Bamo size Buy your stuck now or ship house and in future will be able good common sens3 ho has from long us flvo hhds and get one share free their own tobacco ouwllinoi agents for the combine experience added a profound knowledge Uou will make money The country be hard regret it Address have misrepresented and abused us for of law and equity until it would Co until they could to find a mind more capable or better protecting Ray JWHEEL TOBACCO CO get a house In fact they constantly fitted to dlschargo tho duties of his office Southeast Corner 12th and Main Sis misrepresent us In one place they tell Beyond Ills legal fitness his personality LOUISV1LIK KY of friends throughwe have so much busness we cant at- has won for him host i is g merou kind tend to it and in another placo they say out tho district He and his fi lends have we are a small house and do no business hearted and liberal alary unIn Scott county they have tiled to get always shared with him his THE Â¬ til to day he is but little better on in parties to let them pay oil our loans tell Great RUST0RER first goods than when he ing we are irresponsible and have no this worlds Roatores perfect seat upon tho Bench It Is un- Â¬ lieaui vuoranuÂ¬ capital and you wont get paid if wo Bell took his iiwnhood and re Â¬ county they necessary for the Nkivs to ask consideryour tobacco but iu Hart motes all obsta ation of tho claims for such a superior cles to marriage tell we have plenty of money and wont Roatoros tno so excellent a man as T It Judge and lend it In fact there is nothing mean entho nervous McBeath systsmiunl stops all w that has not been said about us but we no vital losses hope our friends will not be deceived movos effects of tha Winning Ticket sins of youth and ex but will see that it all grows out of our Ukwlkyvuxe Ky Jan 8th 1807 ccssei of later years not being willing to go into the combine Romovos all effects Democratic friends of Breckenridgo counof dlnputlon and re Â¬ and the further fact that we are getting Ky I will name the following as a pairs all WHsto places No man ever ty our share of buainece Curoa Insomnia and winning ticket for tho Domocras at No Â¬ championed the rights of the masses icstores refreshing election 1897 vember sleep Curos Im but what his opponents fought him and potence anil restore Judge E W Jones j County Attorney said all manner of evil about hlra full vital power Brown Circuit Court Clerk Jesse Curoa all wasting During the month of December the Ous disease and restores Miller County Court Clerk Thos A Golden Rulo received 039 hogsheads development to all parts of tho body McGlll Sheriff J Scott Cart Assessor ot tobacco NERVE LIFE is tlio only purely Jailer Smith Wag Â¬ scientific treatment ami affords relltf from Clarence Harned Let me cautlouyou to sort cart fully It removes the causo tUe first days use goner 8urveyor F A Beaviu School throw out green worm eaten and house Superintendent Joel Pile for Represen Â¬ and assists natuie to elTtct a cure Cures guaranlecd Kpoelal discount to physicians burn Pack your tobaccos straight it Our new treatise on Nervous Diseases W T Cannon Let every Dem- Â¬ Prlzi winter order tobacco in tative pays Manhood Its Loss and Uecovery mailed reds ocrat come out that ia interested for we heavy free In plain sealed vrapper for two 2 cent lfigti order particularly tamps Mention this paper have a haid battle to fight this coming Bright trash had better be dry tai tx Sd iOe for Trltl TrcilminiMEDICAL Convinced election TOBACCO CO DABK NERVE LIFE Yours Truly KALAMAIOO MICH To dark tobacco men this has been a F Snyder J Prices have very unsatisfactory year Â¬ J3 0 tofi zSi Tlie Rockport Saw Works SS- - r- - o WheelTobaccoGo Repairs SAWS of All Kinds Particular attention given to lepairiug large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Specialty Every Saw warranted Every Haw tested by steam before it leaves tlio Bhup Workmanship the very best Prices lower than any shop in America Wo want Saws that other shops havo Mark your name on Saws and send failed on to prove our skill as Saw repairers a letter of advice as to repairs wanted Address THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS Rockport Intl Â¬ PICKETT ciias WG A t f owbit TOBACCO WAEEHOUSE cr WITH - C A Bridges lMtiuitnrroiiM Co LOUISVILLE KY bridgks iutiDGES Cor Eighth and Main Streets FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE BOQE KEEPINO SHOUT HAND Â¬ Â¬ If NERVELIFE VJ 01tf J7Ss77WsM7sSt7JtsrSMrj WtWo 400 THIItD STREET LOUISVILLE fa A TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC y Who desires to bottor his or her condition in life should writo for tho Cataloguo of tho BRYANT No iiMaaw STRATTON TT KY ggEgy M c VUjP j 2V PtH DAY Tha mottcantr Uu locatad Hotollntrwcltg Â¬ Â¬ i J JOHNSON TrS2fel0UISYlLLEKY Job Printing 14 J r St - - THK BRROKRNRIDGR NEWS OLOYERPORT KY - f IT - capturing a large supply of camp equip Ogonud nmmimitlnn Near Pinar del Hio Itv on Tuesday WEDNESDAY J AN IT ANY ll 1807 100 Cubans hiddii In u dense thicket tl nil on fl00 Spanish cavalry trussing throwing them into confusion Tho Spanish rallied and charged only to pluugo into deep trencho pn pared for them Tho Cubans had withdrawn nfter the first flr but as tho Spanish horsemen tumbled into the ditches tho insurgents fired into tho mass with CHARNEL HOUSE FILLED WITH great rapidity causing n great slnnghtcr Attracted by tho firing another Span DEAD BODIES ish squadron dashed up nnd was met with a withering fire from tho concealed Cubans Tho Spanish finally retreated nfter 7 Cubans The Half Has Not Boon Told or losing jKrhaps Themen Tho oillcinls Spanish lost only five however claimed a great victory in Tho Awful Occurrences at their olllcial report Tho anti Weyler feeling nniong tho Guanabacoa Spanish in Havana is gmwing and but for rigid onlers nnd tho spy system an open revolt against him would bo bo gun even by the ollicers of tho palace Xows from tome ysterday nfter More Fighting Has Takon Placo noon disquieted tho palace ollicers Breckenridge News Some Kambliug Thoughts nv sumo Uop righted Allow inn to continue and conclude u necessarily hriif coimldt ration of Spain In UpI weeks m a decaying nation Thoughts Ihonsiertlon was ptactlcil ly ninde that n nnl Ion must have some Ideal before it beyond the forcing of n In both of creed or thu piling of wealth tlcso directions Spain line been at fault Three fuither enervating causes lmve been at work undermining its national Outrages In Cuba Â¬ strength Tun QiiANDKK friinrr For centuries nfter the destruction of the Itotnan Em pire by tho Goths and Vandals the hu man Intellect was almost benutned Un- Â¬ til tho Renaissance nnd tho Heformation a pall of claikness was over all tho no- Â¬ bles being almost as untrained as their seifs nnd the sirs being utterly crushed Humanity in by those of nobler blood Europe lay like a giant chilled by the cold But since that time stimulation of thought has came J tho great heart of the world to throb with increasing power till the life of a common humanity thrills in large measure evin thosa most separated by birth nnd wealth Each age has had its peculiar characterHut istic ours is tho Peoples Age against the tendency of the people to think and act hope and accomplish tho proud nnd stubborn spirit of Span It grandceistn has stood forth with fierce Â¬ ness Yet just rs Canute by his wo p could not hold the sn in sill jection nor Mrs Partington sweep back the waves with her broom si no dynasty or power even hoar with age nnd crusted with heroic deeds can withstand successfully by narrow minded repression tlio rising tide of human aspiration If it turn a deaf ear to the cry of the poor for lifeaud liberty for education for hope the cry will not die out but its pleading tone will be turned into tho tierce and fateful growl of a cornered beast Thus has it Far inoro organized been with Spain nnd dangerous than Nihilism in Itussiu is Anarchism in Spain The Kingdom is so thoroughly honey conibed with the sentiment of a lawless breaking clown of the government that the men in power try constantly to divert public thought from home alLUrs and are glad of nnything in foreign lands that will form n safe outlet for the combative spirit They are under the hopeless necessity of watching and guarding against the homo population ns thoroughly as they would have to watch an invading nrmy I believe I am cafe in sajing not even excepting liussia that no other nation in Europe but Spain is in this anomalous condition It stands lovealed be foie the world as a nation that has not controlled the grow tli of hope and thought but withstood it ii sead with tho inevitable disaster coming nearer every day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ supported a prosperous population of about 700000 Tho patient Peruvians had made this sandy iltwrl hlossom like the rose by wist irrigation works hi some carR they hnd constructed pqur iIiicIh hiinilridn of lulltH long anil even pierced mountains In order that this tmttlctitar region might be watered Now the desert is Again triumphant The ronpirrors set king those things alone that can he gained by tho sword neglected the ren essentials of prosper ity until now only n few thoufnnd exist wheie hundreds of thousands were once prosperous The samn lamentable ne glect wss shown in Mexico Tlio strange creatures whom Monl ztium nied were exceedingly progressive In their way Hut their works and pana and agricultural gains were scattered to the winds by their blood thirsty conquerors Now the spiritless Peon seems sunken beyond all hope of revival Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GARFIELD 8 Hook wat home last SUurday from Webster Miar Naunlo W Board made a short visit in Bewleyvllle vicinity lost week Little MIhi Mary Gregory spent last Wednesday with Mlsn Katie P Board We are grleyed to pen the serious ill uiss of Mrs Ettla Brttncr to Ii6r many irlends Mr Wanie Macy oajs of nil tho months of the year May is the lovliest to him Miss May Claycomb of Irvington visited her cousin Mrs Mamio Gregory last week Mb Toy Simmons was called to the bedside of her sick daughter Mrs Eula Brtiner last week Mrs Mary LeGrand who has been sick for the past month we are glad to say is convele cent Mr A A Richardson of this place and Mils Lelio Kincheloe of Freedom were the gu sts of the Mhves Mccy Sun Â¬ day R v Bozarth of this place and Bro West of Laltue county wont to Clifton Mills to begin a serious of meetings this week Charlie Moorman and Warner Shack lett of Big Springs stopped in our little town a few momenta last Saturday en route to Hnrdinsburg Misses Nannie aud Katie Board re- Â¬ turned home from Louisville last Mon- Â¬ day where they I a I mado a lengthy visit there and at Owensboro We see he bright and charming face of Msj Ora Alexander of Cloverport at some of our young folks entertainments We gladly welcome such a charming young lady in our vicinity We are pleased to learn through the items of the Brkckenbidgb News that our old teacher Prof Shackletts health has been restored and he Is his bright self aiain Prof Shacklett has many f i lends and pupils in this county and all wisli him success where or he may go to teach Mrs Mamio Gregory spread open her doors on last Friday evening to her many young friends the reception being in honor of Miss May Claycomb and The the return of the Misses Board evening was much enjoyed by all and the time seemed to pass too fast to suit the crowd s Iiurn Compton gave one of the most charming parties of the season on last Wednesday night to the young folks of the neighborhood it being a mistletoe and fern party Mrs Compton in her charming way makes a lovely hostess and none can never leave her beautiful home without exprt ssing them- Â¬ selves as being highly entertained G Â¬ THE MISSING WORD w tint m arc pleased to make an entirely new offer to our subscribers in liicb every one may have a chance to name the missing word in sentence SUPPLY AND DEMAND ARE AS INTIMATELY AS CAUSE AND EFFECT making your jruess It Is not necessary to write out the full Aty guess for missing word for MARCH scncnce simply write In It i quoted from a prominent writer upon economic subjects Near Havana Oilier Cuban War News patch to Tho World ays awful butcheries nt Itiiitistlueiu neon ninlito ilaily mlvices from Hiivnim ro A nri it pit lllltil with Kirt and human frnKineiitu w ili covered Monday in n cauelehl not more than a A careful invest mih from that place igation revealed at least 0 whole bodies mid many more 1cn and arms other parts of tho dismembered bodies being mi siiif Of tho bodies remaining entire four wero tho o of women threo of young misses ono of a girl not moro than 10 years old four of boys and tho rest of men Permission to bury tho remains was brutally refused with a thrfit that if this slaughter was complained of many moro would bo added to what Spanish Dllleials called tho Cuban dirt pile to re Tho edict refusing movo furnituru and other things unless asked for 21 honrs previously is taken advantago of by tho Spanish soldiers to vrcck buildings and reiln and insult if not kill persons suspected of Cuban learnings Somo families in the poorer section of tho city who did not know of tho edict started to movo Sunday night After they had loaded their furniture on wagons tho police and soldiers fired on them killing eight persons including several innocent passers by In theolli cial report it was stated that tho troops had been attacked and that several rebels had been killed A girls school near the center of tho town was entered by troops one day last week and the principal an elderly Cu ban born woman very prominent was compelled to kneel to the ollleer in com mand nnd beg pardon for using transla tions of text books printi d in tho United States Tho girl pupils wero insulted nnd rudely treated until the school was broken up in disorder A complaint to tho commandant only excited laughter that such u little thing was com plained of Havana is much agitated by rumors army of of victories won by Gome tho successful crossing of tho trocha into Pinar del Hio and of several louts General Weyler of tho Spanish troops is execrated on every hand but on ac count of tho severe censorship nnd Weylers system of spies no one dates ny a wnnl aloud Kveiyouo thiuku bif neighbor a spy and little can be learned from any one Spies by tho hundred attend the open nir concerts and the least liMtihfactioii expressed is used as n pretext and tho xictini is thrust into tho Cabanas or Morro castle mo t likely never to bo seen again by friends or kindled Searely a night passes but from 10 to LO persons disappear and every one known what that means Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nrw Youk Jan 11 A Key West lis Kviikiiecs of phatically deniil that any terms of peaco had been sent by Maximo Gome commander-in-chie- f of tho nrmy to Sencr Sajrnsti the Liberal leader in Spain Dr J D Castillo of tho junta said This statement no doubt emanates frcui tho officious fne nds of Spain in fact it is but a diplomatic canard We have received no letter from General Gome on the subject and he would be tho last man to accept ueh shameful Should he terms of capitulation thiongh iusaniiy be ready to accept such terms he would be piou nted fiom doing so bv tliiw who liavo at heart the defense of the constitution which all Cubans in arms have sworn to defend Article of our constitution reads thus The tioutv of peace with Spain which inu t be based on the nbnlnto in dep mlt nee of tV island of Cuba shall be ratified by the council of government end tin npnwnt itixi assembly ex pivslv convent d for the puipo o o ilfhiiucv public opin Ail i IVo ion by ths nuns will hnally tail The American tuple an uitli us and will not hare with tl e friends of Spain tiienspniieini v or tli stand taken by them and will nevtrs de with the op prcs ors iiiiin t the n it- - ed Cuba will be frtv Â¬ --- TRUE TO CUBA Oirrrcil ti XlnUo Terms of Ho lint Not IVaro Willi spaln New Youk Jan 11 At tho offices of tho Cuban junta in this city it xvus em GOMEZ Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve Tun Best Salve in the world fur Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Uheum Fe ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re quired It is guaranteed to give pi rlect satisfaction or money refunded Price 2i cents per box Ton Salk iiy A K Â¬ Â¬ E5hc Constitution PUBLISHED IN AT ATLANTA CONNECTION WITH v GA aaszJ Breckenridge News AT THE EXTaEMELY LOW PRICE OF j Fisher FACE TO FACE And Then They Bowed Politely and Passed On Wndiligliin -- 200 Ix And send your guess with it and we will forward all fot you and thus o Give You a Chance to Make Good Money DAUNTLE33 TuKIsf Di uliil lij tin- - Cuiil in Wi lit In A REPORT I Tli ill Captain J At iniw iii Fla Jan JoluiMjers of the tug Dauntless in lt TEXANS WHIP In lit Vlitiir lnr the SPANISH Limn Mur Kim Kky WrsT Flu Jan 11 A letter has been neeived here from tho Pinar del Hio country to tho effect that tho Lono Star company of Texas Hangers in tho Cuban army had again distin guished itself From tho reports it up jwars that they defeated a much Irrger lorco than themselves capturing tho Spanish captain nnd taking a provision train tho Spanish detachment xvas guarding It occurred near Palacio bouth of San Christobal A detachment of 00 Spanish cavalry xvas escorting a trainload of provisions along this route when near that place thoy wero halted by a sudden and lleicu lire fiom tho hillside by which they xvero passing It was too steep to charge up and the Spaniards leplied as best they could nnd takiuu shelter on the opposite side of tho road Hardly had they dono this when a crossfire was opened upon them from that side in their rear tho Tcxuns who by the way only numbered KJO uieuambushiug botli sides of tho road Tho Spaniards then retreated down tho road hoping to diaw the Unbans out Tho Texans seeing them llee came out from ono side despite their ollicers efforts to rostriiu them nnd with rirk less courago mid shouts ot Cuba hbre flushed after them Getting thorn well out of their shelter tho Spaniards turned nnd poured in a hot lite nnd then charged Tho Lono Star boys met them and tho shock xvas terrible Men xvoro unhorsed horses thrown down and men and beast mixed in one iuextricablo nass Tho second detachment of Texnns camo up at this moment anil the Spin iards again retreated this time captur ing Lieutenant Stone and placing him in tho reur to prevent his comrades fiom tiring on them Tho gallant Texans wero greatly enraged nt this nnd not withstanding that tho Spaniards greatly outnumbered them charged up with such tierccaess that tho Dons could not hold out They fell back in disorder und Slono xvas recovered Captain Pi xiuia tho Spanish commander was I Ho xvounded and fell from his horso xvas immediately surrounded by the enemy placed on a horse mid taken off tho Held before his troops could rally und succor dm Tho Texans then returned to tho train nnd ukiug possession of it car ried it into ho hills to Colonel Hogeros camp Tents arms ammunition nnd provisions xvero in the convoy The Spaniards left 10 dead and lOxvoundul on tho Held while tho Cubans had live killed mill It wounded Those they carried otf with thorn The Spaniards returned to tho Held several hours later und buried their dead mid took their xvounded nwny Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Kits In Culm made by tho compliance with a rt collector of customs filed with Collector Hisbeo an ullidavit ghing tho particulars of tho hist trip of his steamer when it is alleged that he left this port for No Name Key and took aboard tho arms ammunition and men deposited tlicro by the steaiut r Three Fi tends nnd carried them as alleged to Cuba when- - they weie silily landed The iulormatioii contained in tho nfll tlaxit could not be learned officially but it was gleaned that Captain Myers doHo llied that the vessel went to Cuba stated that ho xas out on a wrecking expedition and that nothing etiminal xvas connected with the actions of tho vcsst 1 or her crew on tho tnp The Colonial Policy I fear if wo look nllldavit was at once mailed to Wash answer as to whether or back at the conquests of threo or four ington anil an not the Dauutle s can be cleared for centuries ago when constant tidings of Neuwtas Cuba is expected in u few new continents wealth etc fired mens ilij s souls the skirts of no naThe local newspaper men and corre adventurous spond nts however have an idea that tion will be found entirely free from inthe Dauntless may not wait tho govern- nocent blood With n few notable ex Â¬ ments phasup as she is very erratic in ceptions in spos like lihode Island unlier mow incuts henco a closo watch will be kept on her There is an nn der Williams Pennsylvania under Penn usually largo number of Cubans in tho and Maryaud under Calvert cruety and city anil lroni remarks overluard some illiherality have almost universally ac- Â¬ thing is on the tapis companied thu work of establishing a Anjllilni if Wrjlrr But gentler times have new colony London Jan 11 A Paris dispatch to brought gentler methods and various If tho report nations seem now to vie witli each other The Daily News says that Dr Zertucha had offered to guuie in the liberality nnd i xcellenco of their tho Spaniards over tho provinco of colonial policies Take England for inPinar del Kin in Cuba be correct it xvill Its illiberal treatment of its incrcaso the belief that Mace os death stance General Wey- most valuable possession now the Inited xvas duo to tieachery lers latest measuie prohibiting tlia States lias entirely passed away j sithat salo even of medicines to tho rebels at the present it is practically true that xvanants believing anything of him many small possessions in vaiious arts j li r tun Mmli Wink lnr are better ruled better prospered and Madkid Jan 11 An official dispatch stronger ns dependencies than they from Havana states that Captain Gen would bo as separate ami independent eral Weyler xill turn over tho military operations in the province of Pinnrdel governments Tho policy of England Kio to another commander xvhilo he and of other nations who try to rival her himself will tirict decisive operations in colonizing activity is to look only for in Havana nnd Matanas provinces indirect results from good government Weyler refused to allow a demonstraInternal development is aimed at with tion in is honor last night tlio confident hope that the resulting Ilnrs Spain Wiiut Our Ahliu prosperity will reach favorably to tho Niw Youk Jan II Tho Join mil home country by reason of Increasing displayicl telegiam prints a half page from Washington nudtroui Madrid in trade etc Iiut Spains policy lias re which it is said th it Spain asks America mained unchanged while other nations As I Bald in have matched onward to atlvi e her on Cabau leforius last weeks letter her colonics have al in Hi il li tin- Vara SiMttNtiriKiD O Jan b J W Kil wajs been regarded as fair prey to be len u well known citien of Lagomla stripped of everything valuable that was and a prominent Jdd Fellow was killed compact und transportable The fierce in the Hig Four yanls hero In going greed of Cortiz ami Pzuro is apparent- Â¬ from one truck to get out of tho xvay of Whatever position of mi incoming pn cugcr train at about ly unchanged 6 0 lie stepped directly ill front of u power wero open for filling have seem- Â¬ cut of cars coming on another track ed to be regarded as tho rightful heiit which hu tlid not see His neck wus ago of thu Spanish nobility without any broken Killeii s home id on Lurch regard as to fitnes or the benefit of the s t roe t country they ruled over Indirect gain from tho development of a colony has never been ngardetl with such favor as the din ct results hy f rjuet zng out taxes and farming out productive positions Ihis Is simple another evidence of the mail spirit of self destruction that has pos essed Spain Tim inevitable rtsult ffi f i rfiM ill m lias been the loss one by one since the end of lost century of the very j iwels of PURELY VEGETABLE her diadem of empire Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ XX Â¬ - Sccrttary u to face at the residence of burn met Secretary Francis on New Years dayi win n they called there to pay their re spects to the baby member of the CabinMr Blnck et and his binitiful wife burn was accompanied by ex Senator Butler of Soutli Carolina ind Paymaster Mr Clar Goodloe of the Marine Corps isle was alone nnd stepped into the cloakroom just us these otlto gentlemen were leaving it so that he nnd Senator BlackIt burn almost collided iu tho doorway is the first time they have met face to face for at least two years and in the meantime each has said very bitter tilings about tlio other Mr Blackburn hna done more talking than the Secreta- Â¬ ry of the Treauiry Lull the latter used uglier weapons than words when he turned Mr Blackburns son in law and oilier friends out of tlio Treasury De- Â¬ partment Those who saw the collision looked up noxiously wondering what would happen but the two Kentuckians simply bowed politely and passed on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Spec Clilcrs i Iticoril J Carlisle nud Senator Black- Â¬ THE CONSTITUTION guarantees that the amount of the nwnrd will not be less than 503 in Cash nnd it may he ns much as 32000 It will be 10 per cent of all subscriptions that we and all the other clubbing pipers with The Constitution secure for the months of If the subscriptions keep up with the record of January and February last year the sum to be given will Exceed 2000 cash If the subscriptions are doubled as they were in January just past The ConstiIf tution will pay out about Soo j iu cash premiums in this contest 11101c than one person name the proper word the amount will be equally divided between them The Weekly Coisliiulioi Is the Greatest Weekly Newspaper in the Word It covers the whole world in its newwith a circulation of 156000 service and covers the news of the United States in minute detail with 12 pages 7 columns to the page 84 Columns Every Week Â¬ - America AS A MVsrAriU The Wctkl Constitution has no equal lit newt reports cover llic uorlil nnil ilt correspomlonH anil agents nrc to be foiiml in nlinoit etcrv IwiliniiU in llie Southern ami Wtstern States AS A MAiAINli It niints more such matter as is ordinarily fouml in llie preat iiingarinrs of llie coimtn than ran lie gotten from even the best of them It is a schoolhouc within itself anil a jears reailinjj of Till AS AN IDUCAIOUCONSTI I UIION is a liberal education to anvone It brings theer antl cemfort to the fireside even AS A IKIKNIJ AND COMPANION vccl is cageily sought by the children contains nluable information for the mother and an encclopctlia of instruction for every member of llie household Ate such as are not to Ic found in any other panel in IIS SlIXIAl MIA Lll 111 - America I Hi IAKM AND IAKMrKS llli WOMANS iJlClAKTMnNT diiautmint BEWLEYVILLE Bay View Circle League Bible Epworh League SocUls Visitors Dr Henry Drury and Mrs W N Drury attended church nt Irvington Sun Â¬ day n in There is talk of organizing a Bay View Circle iu our vicinity Some farmers in this neighborhood aro making use of this fine weather were having by plowing As 1 said once before were all era a Djut these items prove it movinon true The Socials during the holidays have been largely attended though there has been only four Tho last was given by Mr nnd Mrs BufusCain Friday evening T J Jolly sas he wants John Deane Jr to succeed A J Gross in the State Senate Fucle Davie Smith of Hill Grove is very low at this writing though he may rally Ialtue Cox visited his sister Mrs Tom Ditto Louisville during the holidays returning home Thursday He says he had a line time Hov j B Overton rrturning from a Quarterly Meeting passed through our town Friday stopping with Brother TP Hardaway for refreshments Homer Cash who hns been the gutst of his uncle Charles Blanford the past two weeks returned to his home last Tuesday Missea Blanche Jolly and Florence Cain attended the Bay View Circle at Irvington Saturday p m Alberta Toln and Watlien Drury have retunel from a visit to their Mr and Mrs Alonzi Moorman Miss Lena Drury continues to visit her sister Mrs Frakes of Brandenburg Mrs It M Sanders of Louisville Is thu guest of Mr nud Mrs 7 T Stlth Mrs Sanders is a jovial pleasant visitor whose welcome Is always assured Mr and Mis T P Hardaway T J Jolly and Hon C Blanford were all to ill to attend services Sunday This left us In a lather depleted condition but Sunday School wn a success notwith- Â¬ standing The Lepgno Bible Class met Sunday at 7 oclock p m They are following Moses through the journey from Egypt to Canaan and to night we have the Giving of the Moral Law The Tula Daniel Society met in connection with I he League 0 II Drury und his binuie bride liave passed their honeymoon very quietly ami happily and fiom their appearance we judge this sain a honeymoon will not soou come to an end We cordially congratulate our friend anil believe be We welcome Mrs has wisily chosen Drury to our social and religious circles ami believe she will hi helpful to us The Epworth League will hold their next Literary Feb 0 7 p m The sub- Â¬ ject will be Tho Institution of the Misses church in the Wilderness Maggie Pan Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly and Hugh Hardaway with others aro on tho program fcr written artlclis and recitations Wo invite all our friends to attend especially do we need the sympathizing ones Golden Rod grand-pa-ront-- Are all under able direction and arc specially attractive to hose to whom these tlqinrlinenti are addressed LET U3 THE CIIIIDKENS DElAUTMKNT HV YDJl SJlllllPTIOM AT 0Hjjg Â¬ Class Why suffer with Coughs Colds and LaGrippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine will cure you in one day Does not pro- Â¬ duce the ringing in the head 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lerlouu dun Ktr It U ciulto an iifci uary to rcmovo Impuro arciinuilutlonn from tlio boweUmi It la to tat or uli tp and uohi ulth ran be expected wlicru it coittlvu hublt of body pro all Kolliliii Â¬ had iiniATui x dispatch to Tho World says Heports from Pinar del Wo contrudict General Woylors statement that all is calm and peaceful there A largo detachment of InburgiMits nttucked on Monday a con voy of fctipplles W miles nuth of Ar cuiisa defeating the Spaniards und Â¬ IIMYrt ni from lliu We lor Sent Out New Yohk Jan 11 A Key West HoiiiiiU Ohm Dlpattli of tho nlomiicli urUlnif from tho Imperfectly tllueatcd i annca a aottro pain In tho heud ut coiiipiinled with ilUuiirt catilo uauaoa and tlilaconatltulvM what I Kipulurly known aa HIcU lliudaclie for tho roller of which takt Ulminuna Liver Ucirulutor Tlio con-tt-ii- quuntly ricic hiadaciiei Tlilidllri Klnit iitttlcllnn orctin tllaturbanco most fro Una the Z Hluinpla red un the wrapper J II ZKIIIX A CO rhiladeljihlll ivihy imckaok 6 About the Spain possessed ot a religious fury very adroitly mingled with greed expelled the Jews and thu Moors and confiscated their property Hy so doing It ii llcted as severe a national injury to itself as Franco did when It drove out the Hiige nots stripping itself of its lies farmers und mechanics tradesmen and mer Â¬ chants In 11 SIX if my memory serves me light Spain give a fuither fatal blow to Itself by expelling all the Christian Iz id Moors As a result up to thu pre Â¬ sent agriculture the necessary basis of national prosperity Is very undeveloped The mest primitive instruments are still iu use and great regions that tlio Moors had made productive have fallen back to Similar shortsightedness cliai wllduess When lizcrro aeterlzed her abroad landed in Peru the strip of land fifty and more miles wide stretching from the ocean front to the foot hills of tlio Audes 1MIIOnilGSJIVKNUS beginning of tho leltli century 1138pir 1148 Daiictt 1165pm 101pm ar Hendern 1123 1131pm 131 316 310 It 720am 34 20iE Irish per barrel New La Sweet potatoei per Ibl From store J to 6 eta higher Navy Beans per bushel ROOTS Ginseng Senlca Snake pink Yellow Wllil dinger Lady Sllppor 00 25 2 40 2 75 44 I H St L h FordsylIe Branch Na 9 5 3 21 d 1 Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Jlandles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material y TIME TAILt VAPP BIol 22 1805 Timothy per Imhel Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel Bed Top pel bushel Orchard Iran per bushel Blue Iran fancy busbelV Blue Orass extra per buihtl Onion Foti Yellow per buihel White V4 FIE1D3EKDS TAKING Daily Dally ex Sun ex Sun EFFECT DEO I 2i WcatBoundTralna Baat Bound Train Dally I Dall ex Sun ex Sun No No 9 20an 8 10 7 60 7 40 7 30 140 -- The well known Brands of No6 Nol 1 1 STATIONS Ar liarned Junction Ilardlnaburg Junction Kirk Olcndcane Dempster f 209pm 12 12 10am Lv Irvington 60 Garfield pr Wl 12 35 1258 715 TOO 130 Ktxkvale 142 Ruth Aaklna 154 Oaka 309 Mitchell 320 340pm ArFordtvillaLv 2 20 110 128 135 165 Jolly 650 6 30 6 00 5 37 5 27 6 08 dreen rood IIIDXS Q A 8 10 10 4Q Too 60 1 10 85 65 1 35 50 j arPallsRoughlv Deropater 610 Dry Bait good Dry lint good Sheep skins WOOL 51 11 Q 40 616 460 441 Tab washed Qrease Ant I Burrr Black Al5 5 a II U I 18 4 36am Barry and Outs Dr Bells coughs and colds quickly cun all 8oTtmm MoUmi MISCELLANEOUS UlOWttMttMtttMtMMMItteetMtl 0MIWU1 0MMMMMtM Ju 13 I a a 10 I Mb jj 4 jg U3 20 THE BRRGKRNRIDGR Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fnlr NEVWS oLOYBRPORT KY Tutfs Pills Cure All Liver Ills Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bowÂ¬ m o Da CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST K PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 13 1897 WEDNESDAY JANUARY LOCAL BREVITIES Fordsville is to lmve n brick plant Fancy and staplo groceries DHuy It II Pierce went to Loulgville Mon- Â¬ day Hum Miller lias returned from Cal lioon D It Murray went to Hardlnsburg 7 Monday fthlaglrl the yI56fn January to the wife of Will Marion Lallelst ef Henderson wnjln city yesterday Virgil D Scott of Stephensburg was in the city Monday iKyouwant puro whisky get it from Glinpin Son Manning Jesse Fulliam of Patesvllle was in the city Monday on business Mrs Occar Holder is visiting her moth or at Owensboro this week Miss Mollie Senton was the guest of Mies Alice fceatpn last week A J Kurst merchant tailor of Can- nelton was in tho city Monday Friendship is the highest degree of perfection in society Montaigne If your eyes are in need of a pair of spectacles come to se mo DHuy Sam Ahl went to Hardlnsburg Sunday to see his father Judge Ahl who isquito sick When contemplating purchasing a watch it will be to your interest to visit tny store DHuy Fattons Vitrified Brick Company ship Â¬ ped to Owensboro Monday night four car loads of brick The work of tho Supervisors who met in HardinBburg last week appears else- Â¬ where in this issue The Sunday Star by far is the leading Sunday paper of Louisville It covers the entire social field Rev D II Reagan of Coal City Iud has returned home after a short visit with his sister Mrs Tlios Itohler The Sunday Star of Louisville has an outline picture of Robert E Woods He holds too many public oflices and resigns one Lafe Miller was in town Friday He is thinking of making the race for jailer subject to tho action of the Democratic party Any one having books belonging to tho Cloverport Circulating Library will please deliver same to Martins Drug Store Judge W D Holt left Owensboro last week for Arizona where ho will spend a month before joining his family in Los Angeloi California Herbert Rledel went to Owensboro Sunday where he has accepted a posi Â¬ tion with the Cellulose works as stenographer and typewriter Mr aud Mrs Orfllo DoIIaven of Owensboro who have been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J R Dellaven returned home yesterday There will be a tacky party on Wed Â¬ nesday evening January 13 at the Knights of Pythias Hall for the benefit of the Baptist church Admission ten cents Tho State Board of Examiners meet at Frankfort Friday January 29 for the examination of applicants for certificates of eligibility to the cilice of County Sup Â¬ erintendent Tho Young Ladies Parsocajio and Home Mission Society which was postÂ¬ poned last Wednesday will meet this afternoon at 3 oclock with Miss LaFay otto l alleist All members are earnest Â¬ ly requested to be present Miss Annie Raitt the popular primary teacher in our city aud public school for a numbor of years will continue her grade of little boys and girls in her pleas Â¬ ant school nom for a term of four months beginning February 1 Tuition 125 per month Orville T Sklllman one of Cloverports most prominent young business men left Monday for California where he hopes to recover his health He is a flcted with asthma It is hoped by his many friends that he will return in per- Â¬ fect health Ho expects to begone until Â¬ Mr Alf Clark of Patesvllle who Is Groceries Groceries at F NDHuys In cane Grrgory k Gib- Â¬ well known In this city is not expected Vienna sausage to live at this writing He has been son jonflnrd to his bed forthreo weeks with C I Cornwall of IoiiImvIIIp is In tho typhoid fever Mr Clark is about f0 city years old Roy HejHrwiiitto OweiiBboroSruday Miss AnlLa Muldoon an accomplished night of Louisville Harry Moorman of Owensboro is in young lady and vocalist will sing at the Presbyterian church the city AVhllo here sho will Fresh baked beans in cans Gregory Saturday night be the guest of Mr Geo C Patton at the Gibson Fisher Homestead Hog cholera is raging through Eastern Co one of the Bamberger Bloom Kentucky leadirg wholesale dry goods firm which J D Brashear went to Ovvcrsboro Sat failed in October 13 has settled with urday night its creditors at B0 cents on tho dollar Will Smith of Owensboro was in the The firm hopes to resume business at the old stand In the near future city Saturday Mr John 11 Comers announcement R K Smith went to Louisville yes His for Assessor appears In this issue terday evening deputies are John T Honnlnger Leu AW Squires of Hardlnsburg was in J Taul and Achilles Dye all good substant Â¬ tho city Friday ial Republicans and well qualified for J F Gardner of Cincinnati was in the cilice Remember them in the tho city Monday primary Feb 27 Rev S G Shelley writes from Lswls John SugaYman of LouIbvIIIi was In the city yesterday port that ho will bo homo next Sunday John Davidson of Hawesvllle spent and fill his regular appointments aud that next Sunday will be Mission- Â¬ Sunday at Tobinspoit Tho day in the Sunday School AVm Boultlnghouse of Addison was ary prayer meeting next Thursday night in tho city yesterday will bo lend by Bro John Burn Mrs Eugene Haynes spent Saturday Hfrs Sallle C Yeager gave a birthday aud Sunday In Sample dinner to her daughter Miss Laura and MissJennio AVarfield is confined to son Lee last Sunday Misses Vanda the house with lagrlppe Mary Ryan and Delia Batt Carson Dr AVm Mllner Sr of 1iilon Star Messrs J D and E C Babbage the force ot the Nkws ofllce where Mies was In tho city yesterday Augustus Brown saw a ghost Monday Laura Is an employe were the guests of honor night Ask him about it Mr David Smith nu old and esteemed Mlsa Georgie AVhite returned from citlzan of Meade county living near Henry county Monday night Guston died last Saturday night He Steamer Cloverport went on a pleas- was 87 years old and leaves a large famiure trip up tho river Sunday ly of grown up children His remains Ifhas AV Patterson arrived home from were buried at Sand Hill last Sunday Havana Cuba Saturday night in the presence of a large body of rela- Â¬ G F Steele representing the Standard tives nnd friends Oil Co whs in tho city yesterday Mrs Mary Pulllam an estimable lady Clias Mayhall spent a few days in who was tweuty sx years old and has been confined to her bed with a cancer Owensboro with relatives last week One side of the roof of the Presbyter Â¬ for the pest six months died last Thurs day at her homo in Patesvllle She ian church is ready for tho shingles leaves a husband and three small child- Â¬ VMrs Samuel Conrad entertained a few ren who have the sympathy of the com- Â¬ oilier lady friends to tea yesterday after- Â¬ munity in their sad bereavement Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STEPHENSPORT Visitors -- Mrs S L Helm Entertains M Blaln Not n Candldal- eOlher Notes Mr nud Mrs M Blaln vlllo Sunday O wK Vv5v- - i went to Imls Jacob Miller returned from a visit to Kirk Saturday James Kurby of Wei ser was In town one day Inst week C C Iswls left for a business trip to Louisville Sunday George Jamison has returned from a visit to hs home in Oiio John 11 Bennett of Louisville is a guest of tho Smith House Miss Cecil Raleigh of Uulsvllle is visiting Mr nnd Mrs R A Smith They say Charlie Cashmau has weal pleasant dreams dont yer know Ray Binshear of Louisville is yisitlug his relatives R J Nopper and wife Candidates candidates nothing but candidates morning noon and night Col W A Sargent of the L II A W branch was visiting friends hero lant week Our friend Jimmy Jenkins of the Central House spent the New Year holi Â¬ els in natural motion and cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ stipation and kindred diseases mgHlfflmSHR HANG IT ON THE WALL It will make home more beautiful preserve some memento of some happy occasion you have had better get it framed before It gets soiled or is lost Cant do without them R P Smith Chilcsburg Va writes I dont know how I could do without them I have had Liver disease for over twenty years Am now entirely cured FRAME IT Tutfs Liver Pills FALLS OF ROUGH New Years Dance Miss Wlngate noon Samuel Keith of Owensboro is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J E Keith James A Moorman and wife of Glen deane were tho guests of Dr Jas T Owen and family yesterday Mrs AW E Minor and Miss Nellie Burks of Addison were in the city yesterday Miss Alliene Murray Messis Eugene Vest and W S Bowmer went to Holt Sunday E A Richardson of the firm of Hilpp Richardson Co Louisville was in the city Thursday The contractors are at work finishing the repairs so badly needed on tho Clover creek foot bridge Young Ladies Club met at the home of Mrs Margaret Bowmer yesterday afternoon from 2 to u Miss Lillie Greenwood of Holt was visiting Miss Florence Lewie Sunday and returned home yesterday W J Frlel has the contract for 100000 feet of building material to be used by tho Cellulose works at Owensboro Isaac Pulcn whose death occurred at Lankford Rockcastle county sometime ago ordered his coflln twenty five years Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ June 1st It is well that the masculine portion of humanity especially the younger sect should be warned In time beforo It is everlastingly too late Ouo of the recent patents for tho comfort of ladles is an electric corset which contains a secret When this button la pressed button the arm of the pressor la bo powerfully shocked that it becomes completely par all zed and will remain clasped there till doomsday if not released by the per Â¬ son so pressod CASTOR I A For Infant and Children TWfml u - nr mzk l um having I een strongly urged by his party to make the race this year J B Biggs returned from Leitchfield last week where he had been assigned ago us a store keeper gauger he is now con- Â¬ Miss Dora McDaniel of McDaniel fined to his bed with lagrippe but we after several days stay with her friend trust for a speedy recovery Miss Alice Mattlngly returned Lome xMrs L A Dlx and daughter Mrs yesterday E E Sutherland Med Co Wm Courtnoy camo up from Owensboro vtJncle1 Dudley Hambleton as famil Gents Ship us six dezan Dr Bells Saturday to see Mr Samuel A Dix who arly known by everyone says ha feels small three dozen Dr lias been quite low witli bowel trouble ten years younger since the Mnwnic Bells medium Shes but we understand at this writing is Banquet a seller Yours truly some better Mr and Mrs E L Clark of Cannel B S Hunt Co Druggists On AVednesday afternoon Mrs L B ton Ind attended the Masonic Banquet Mayfield Ky Helm entertained tho married ladies in Friday night aud were the guests of Dr honor of Mrs S L Helm of Spears INSTALLATION and Mrs S S Watkins Jessamine county and tho same even- Â¬ L II AValker of Henderson and R ing Mrs K AV Vauglmn onteitained Chnrch H Smith of Owensboro who are con- Beautiful Servioe at the M from 7 to 12 oclock in honor of her nected with the American Tobacco Co and a Royal Banquet cousin Miss Emma Ree Washington of were in the city yesterday Irvington the young ladles and gentle- Â¬ Red foxes have become so valuable men AT THE MASONIC HALL that most of the farmers uear Devonshire Clark county have quit farming Dying of Brights Disease The annual installation of officers of and gone to raising hounds to catch the Cloverport Masonic Lodge No ltt News from Union Slar yesterday con- Â¬ them A M was held at the M E church veyed the intelligence that Robt T F John AVorley familiarly known as of this city Friday evening at 730 Cashman was dangerously ill of Brights Tod Is very 111 at his home with typhoid oclock Tho church was pretty well disease and net likely to survive tho fever unless a change for the better filled before the members of the lodge day Bob at everybody knew him comes he can not survive He Is in his arrived On their arrival Miss Ida is tho pon of Jrsph Cashman Sr de 20th year White organist of the church played a ceased He is a bachelor probaby fifty five years of age Ho is a clevt r man Tho Patton Vitrified Brick Company beautiful march As soon as the memof this city hat tho contract to furnish bers were seated Mr James G Harris and popular wherever known He has the Cellulose works now under con- Â¬ AV M arose and with a few remarks long been a leading politician In his with nearly gave the chair to Mr Geo O Harris Bection aud ouce made a race for Assets struction at Owensboro who after a brief talk called on Rev or of Breckenridge county on the Repub200000 brick Donald Grant to lead tho congregation lican ticket of which party lie has been The old reliable confectionery canal ways be found just abuve Llshens in prayer after which the installation of a life long member There you mi get oysters served in any officers was duly performed Mr James G Harris was qualified as Taken to the Asylum style cakes candies and most anything W MMr Chas B Sklllman as S AW Mr John M Johnson of FordsvllY F Seifried elss R L Oelz J AVj Mike Jungling who lost his mind in this city a week Kjames AV and William Lynch of A B Sklllman Treas Frank Secy Patesvllle purchased from Dr Wm Payne Tyler J A E Adams and AV S ago grew much worse after he was tak en home and had to be taken to tho asy Â¬ Mllner of Union Star the old Marlow Smart Stewards Chas May and Chas lum yesterday He wai one of the best tract of land consisting of 420 acres W Moorman Jr Senior and Junior men in the county and ho had been a Consideration f2500 Deacons tobacco dealer merchant post master J B Arrant the counterfeiter who After the officers were installed Mr and deputy sheriff He has a wife and made his escape from the water closet of Geo O Harris mude an excellent talk several children His oldest mn is agent an Illinois Central train while running informing the officers of tho duties they of the Falls of Rough railroad at Fords at a speed of sixty miles an hour has were expected to perform He was ville Ma una is a peculiarly sad one been captured at Llvermore followed by Mr James G Harris who Oaonsboro Press made an impressive discourse on ma- Â¬ Notices of festivals and church enter tainments where au aJmisslon feo Is sonry The Hou D It Murray was then Jack the Kisser There charged at the door is regular advertis Â¬ called on and made a most excellent talk Newport Ky Jan 10 Six or toven Aa young ladies have been grabbed in the ing matter and will be charged for at the after which was tung the doxology Rliortnna labor lessens naln I a march was played by the organist the neighborhood of Greenup and ilnluta ltmi Ill frt nf rate of 10 cents a line each insertion Tenth both mothernnd child und Icavm her In condi meiniers then retired from the church fuvoruulo It can be heard from housekeepers and proceeded to their beautiful hall streets during the past two montliF and tion more nttcr limn to apecdy recovery before confinement Stronger that this Is an inferior grade of tea or where a banquet was in waiting There this leads to the Impression that there say it prominent ml Jwlfe la tho bent remedy Mies is a Jack the Kisser about The police make it good Have were abont 200 guests present coflee I just cant Mary Harris recited Jesus Lover of My FOR RISING BREAST you ever caltd to sie Gregory Gibson Sour iu a beautiful and impressive will arrest every suspicious character making a specialty of this line manner She was followed by MIsh found They are Known and worth tho jirfce for that alon EnclorHiil and rccommemfrd by mtdwhea nd Charlie Moremenof Brandenburg has Thompson of Canada sister of Mr all laillcn who hitro ued It James G Harris who delighted the Ucwuro or subatltuies and Imitations Notice been granted a patent on his egg tester audlenco with two beautiful selections Why buy Inferior or doubtful Brandy It is one of the most simple devices for The Cloverport orchestra rendered At eleven when Burchs Pure Apply ran be had so Makes Ghild Birth Easy testing eggs on the market and It Is hav- Â¬ music for the occasion oclock a sumptuous luuch was served to conveniently and so cheap ing a big sale Nearly every house in Sont by KxproM or wall on receipt ol price TO MOTHEKS1 the guests There has never been a Hook 1100 4r bolll Sent O 0 1 Price 12 00 per gallou Loulavlllo Hint handles eggs baa one of mailed fre containing toluntary teittmouUtU in Cloverport where all en AV L Bincii jug Included them Charlie ought to make a fortune oyed themselves more than at this ban BKAVimi BKGUUTOK CO ATUXT1 fii Rhodella tfy quet SOLD DT AM URBQQHm out of It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The many friends of Alf Henen the clever Superintendent of tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company will bo sorry to learn that ho has been down since No Â¬ vember last suffering severely with in flamatory rheumatism He is now at Bedford Springs Ind and his condition is not very much Improved Ho has to be rolled in a chair to his baths He is very hopeful however and thinks he is improving slowly Mr M AV Mitchell of New Albany Ind who lately purchased the Clover- Â¬ port Hotel will probably take possession He intends to thoroughly this week renovate tho building throughout aud make it a first class hotel In every re- Â¬ spect Mr C II Brandenburg who has had charge for sometime has not yet de cided what ho will follow Mr Mitchell will change the name but has not yet given out what it will bo Thj Owensboro Messenger of yester day says Mr R K Smith who for jhe past five or six years has been general manager of the American Tobacco com- Â¬ pany in this city will go to Louisville to day where he will take a position as buyer on the breaks for the American Mr Tobacco Company in that city Smith has made many warm friends since he has been here and his depart- Â¬ ure is much regretted Mr JohnEugle hard will be in charge of the companys affairs in Owensboro Mr Smith will have full charge of all the American To Â¬ bacco Companys factoriea In Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ days here Mrs Leander Dowell aud daughter Miss Helen spent Suuday with relatives at Sample Mrs L B Helm and grandson B Helm Vauglmn went to LoutHvlllo last week to visit relatives We are glad to report the wife of Rev E A Metcalfe much improved and wo trust a speedy recovery The mau that beats R S Sklllman for Circuit Court Clerk will have to hustle and doit you for get it Miss Reo AVii8hingon of Irvington spent several days with her cousin Mrs R W Vaughau last week Cliut Brunerof Hawesvlllo is assisting C O Lewis the agent of the L 11 St L R R at this point pro tern Theodore Moseley of Grandview Ind camo homo to spend the holidays and will remain tho month of January Floyd Miller writes his pa lie is strictly in it and doing well you know and Â¬ Slpes Ore Nuptials Entertalns Raft or Logs to Evansvllle NEARLY EVERY HOME Henry Wlngate Is real sick Master Robert Green has returned to school Sam Gross of Bewleyville is tho guest of Ills brother Mrs M W Stono is slowly recovering from a severe illness Miss Cora Wingato entertained n few lias lots of pretty pictures that if they were framed would help beautify the room OUR SPECIAL OFFER In doing a large framing business last year we have accumulated a lot of short ends which can only be put into small Sxio frames the size for Photographic Views You can take your choice of any of them for 2j cents this week this is less than cost but we must make Uring or send your room clean up the lot order at once Dont miss this chance friends Thursday evening Captain Low of Louisville is tho guest of Smith Quertermous Prmon Green returned to Danville where he in attending college Madam rumor Bays there will be another wedding at tills place soon Mrs liura Juerternious and children are visiting her mother in Louisville Miss Jennie Green spent tho holidays at home but returned to LouiHville lost Â¬ sayB tell em that you saw me etc James Crawford returned from Hardlnsburg Saturday where ho had been all the week on the Board of Supervisors Williams of Evansvllle are visiting their sister ftlrs Misses Ada nnd week W II Chambliss has quite recovered his good health his nelghbotsare glad to hear Mrs Charlie Fisher of Rock Vale was shopping nnd calling at Glendeane labt SULZERS A Sure Enough Friday Nannie Sipes and Charlie Ore married some timo during the holidays Mrs Sue Mercer and Miss Mabel Chambliss went to Rock Vale shopping last week I ne Beauchamp continues to fill regular appointments at Mrs Kitty Davisons Miss Pearl Askins a young girl living near Union Chapel Is very ill with con sumption Bill Bozarth gave the young people a ball Now Years eve night it was well attended I hear Miss Mary Peyton Hpent a few days at homo during tho holidays but lias returned to school Mrs Marshall Morris and little daugh ter Louise of Louisville are spending the winter in Texas Mrs O W Butler of Shrove Ohio county lias been very ill with lagrippo but Is Improving some Charlie Stone who was called home to attend the funeral of his little sister Pearl has returned to Chicago Miss Zjlla Lyons of Fordsville passed through here enroute to visit relatives at Short creek Grayson county Master Henry Cray enjoys very much to bask in tho bright smiles of a pretty little black eyed Miss near this place Mr and Mrs Charllo Gross have returned from Bewleyvlllo where they have been visiting friends and relatives Tom Butler Shreye Ohio county took several very flno rafts of saw logs to Evansville recently and sold them at a good price Misses Annie and Mary Head and Master Johnny Head lmve retuned from a very pleasant visit to relatives aud friends near Kirk Lawson Mattho us a farmer living on Rough river n few miles below hero died on Chistmos day after a short illness of only a few daj s with a strange disease called by the attending physician a soaked lung that Is that the lungs were entirely filled with water Datli of little Pearl aged thirteen years on Saturday evening Decomber Daughter of Mr 10 181X1 at 8 oclock and Mrs M W Stone After a brief Pearl was a bright and beauti- Â¬ illness ful child a loving daughter au affect jn ate sister ami friend unusually bright but God claims for a child of her ag the brightest jiwels for the setting of the Heavenly Crown and our little lVarl Is only one moru shining light around that gitteriug throne lit r remains were laid to rest In the family burying ground Wo thank our friends and neighbors for their many klndnecaea during our little sisters illness though words sound poor aud tamo in oxprislng suchgati T tude IiB3 Forence were Charlie II Watlington on First street Gus I Shellman jailer wns here last week letting the boys know ho was candidate for re election and you know the rest Mrs S L Helm of Spears after a weeks stay with the family of L B Helm k ft for her homo In Jessamine county yCapt Williams camo up from Evansvllle one day last week and spent tho day with his daughter Mrs C II Wat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hngton VMIfb Ada Hanks who is tho principal of the public school at Irvington came home Sunday to spend the day with her parents Mr and Mrs J T Hanks Be it known to his many friend that M Blaln is not a candidate for County Court Clerk as reportedalthough Bargain in 120 Acres Of Land Fifty five acres in Orchard acres will soon be bearing Â¬ Forty Dis- Â¬ tillery within a stones throw Land clean and in high state of cultivation Will sell at a sacrifice as I am going away and dont wish to leave so much to be looked after W L Burch RHODELIA KY nin you All hum ga theritaleof Is O Mimlntjly de caxil are hvrebv nolifiai to pro lltetii before the umferaKttei proftlty iitoven oil or btfore tlie ajrJ orjunuary iw47 Administrators Notice wrjiiluiii nt FK J EVER STOP To think how f MOTHERS FRIEND many and varied arc lue articles which are kept by an all round druggist llrushrs for tho tetb bruBlifs for tho hair brushes for the bath hruehes for tho hands Hrti ct scented soaps sweet rcented essences swi et canted powders for the ward- Â¬ robe Hot water bottle s bot Â¬ tles for babies aud bottles of medicine till you caut rest If youd learn more about out varietv youd come here oftener Come to sod us HAYNES RIIODKSAlmr Nrtke i Breckenridge Circuit Court J A Murray Ailmr rialmifT DivlUS Murray Ac Defendant Kiiuity Altiertont having rliluil tgalmt the rttate ol A Murray lieccatedure hereby rctivful to pro J cuie Ike tame bclureine pn petly f roven ut my el fi in llurillaiburj Ky on or tefure the firtt tUy m oCFifruuv ejiven under my 1897 hnd thit V 0 llAKBAniSI i day of DfC lfad II cc BLUE SPRING HERD SHORT VV nrthlp Cloverport Ky W DlMolutlon Notice Notice It henby ilvrn ttal the ft m uf Inllc V hat dlnolel furl Gregory bjr mutulconnl All rrtotii In ilU to ut will plutt with lb new firm ot Urrkury fi Clhnnu Dec It ttult Cloverport Ky lA RT K el IOLK RKKUOKY A complete line of Jswlcry constantly carried In itock DHuy Chetter While and IoUnd Chin 1igt ithei tx llradey No yjij and wine my herd lllk Cyclone S I Wyandultci it I Koekt Alto Bnatu S C II Leghorn and Krabdcn Cjerti High icorlnir prko Mock reaionabe Bggt jjijwper j and fi 00 ferj carefully packed farintinnav Your patrouaa Vlmlly MtNatet4aa elicit Improved feu KAIE IlIBA hd I guaranteed Kerclfullr n ArnKa iraflB raM 7 2 Breckenridge News 13 1897 THEL At this time tho whole number of pieces of yellow metal hold in tho bauk by John and Stephen was 6000 their paper representatives of these pieces of metal numbered 15000 their loans amounted aa wo have already noted to 50000 pieces which they now began to call dollare How could I hey loan two and one half times as many dollars to the islnndeis aa there were dollars In existence on the Island John and Stephen understood this very well Thoy loaned s ty 100 dollars to A who would uso it to make a purchase of It but 1 not having any present use for the money would take it back to the bank and put it on deposit The sanio day O would need a loan of 100 dollars and would borrow of tho fi nancleis this same 100 dollars In this way tho same dollars would often be borrowed two or threo times each islander agreeing to return the prin Â¬ ciple and 10 per cent for tho accommo- Â¬ dation of the loan ns the bankers called it One day at a houBe ralsing where a number of the islanders had gathered to put up a new homo for a young couple that had braved the financial stringency and gotten married the question of poll John and tics came up for discussion Stephen tho new paper tho Journal and particularly tho question of money for this and the causo of hard times phrate had low come into general use were tho various topics np for discussion criticism nnd argument Many and various wero tho idens advanced and a good deal of clashing of opinions Finally Henry got the ear of the crowd of workmen nnd spoke to them as fol- Â¬ lows BRROKmNRroGEl NB1W Hetty Green Tells How to Manage Money Sleep Sound Eat Light and Work Hard Is My Business Motto 1WEDNE8DAY JANUARY OIUOVBIRFORT KY Biliousness The Greatest Sensation The Day --a Of prrwnti iliws Is earned hy torpid Im r wlitrli permit food to ferment Hint putrlfy In llieii follow illrjluosv headache thn ito nach Hon nnd Is GEO YEAKEL COS A STORY a Fortune Of How Two Men Mado On a Littlo Island 23 Continued from Dec Dont Buy Anything Because It Is Cheap Inioinlna nervousness nnd n It not relieved bilious fever or blood poisoning Hoods u oHH Tills stimulate the stomach H rouse the liver cure headache dirtiness con- Â¬ stipation etc 21 cents Hold hy nil clnmglsts The only Pills to take with Hoods tursupurllla Hoods IIa T3 Happy New Year To You All Great Cut Price Sale 21 lbs Granulated Sugar 100 7 lbs eooil Ureen Uollee SI UU 25 lbs Light Brown sugar 100 25 yds heavy nice Brown Cotton 100 20 pes best blue Cnlico only i l 2c 8 pc i fine black and blue Henrietta 10c 45 pieces good dress Gingham fie 1 Road our price list below and convince yourself that we are doiDgjuBt what we say These Prices are for thirty days and for Cash or Produce only 25 pre mensjheavy boots worth150 nt 00c 50 pre ladies calf button shoes at 74c 08 pre mens suspenders at lc 25 caps for boys at 7c 13 i I Si Our island had an excellent cllmnto and the soil was very fertile There win abunJanco of timber stone and minerals to supply the raw materials for buildings and machinery Natural spiings in var- Â¬ ious sections of tho island supplied the wants of tho people for pure and whole- Â¬ some water Grains of different kinds and fruits of many varieties grew in abundance and profusion in response to the industry of the inhabitants Herds and Hocks grazed on tiie hills and tho pastures School houses were built and schools opened Mcst of tho people were ron tented There was plenty of employ Â¬ ment for all Time passed and the population of tho Wealth island continued to increase was rapidly accumulating on the faaml and commercial exchanges had grown enormously in volume More money The was now needed than ever before mines of John and Stephens yellow metal were not yielding quite material enough to furnish a tafo basis for an additional increase in the quantity of cir culating medium As timo passtd on tho stringency in tho medium of ex change was felt more keenly It was nlso pointed out by two of the men Jerry and William that the prices of tho products of tho island were lulling nnd that the debts of the people were at the same time increasing Henry and IMward two verv intelligent and iudtibtrious working men had endeav Â¬ ored to get the people to take more in terest in public affairs especially in re- Â¬ gard to the question of a proper medium of exchange Hut they had as yet produced upon the minds ol the people but little impression A good majority of the islanders had implicit conlUlent0 in tho capacity of John and Stephen to manage the financial alliirs of tho island One day Charles overheard a conversation between Henry and Edward iu which they discussed the advisability of having all tho people of the island estab- Â¬ lish a medium of exchange of their own and dinpense with the system of John nnd Stephen which they declared was unsound in principle and unfair to the people in practice Charles Is the man who on tho occasion of a former public meeting had proposed a vote of confidence in the wisdom nnd ability ofJohu and Stephen As soon as he heard this conversation betweenHenry and Kdward he hurried to the ollico of the exchangers nnd narrated to them what he had heard He added that they were sowing the Beeds of discontent that they were taking advantage of the financial stringency to urge their own suggestions for reform that ho had understood that Jerry and William were nlso beginning to criticise the present financial system When this intelligence was communi cated to John and Stephen they retired to their private parlors to consider the situation ft was clear that their right of supremacy In tho island was being more and more questioned Time hail patsd Ttie population of the island had grown to -- 000 souls and John and Stephen had grown very rich They had loans out on the housis and lands of tho isauders amounting to 50000 pieces of metal or their paper rep resentatives Their interest income was annually 1000 pieces The average earn Â¬ ings of a family for ono years labor was represented hy 200 pleas of money so that the Interest income of John and Stephen was equal to tho earning of twenty livo families If their system of sound and stable finance should bo overthrown by tho Islanders and the system advocated hy Henry nnd IMward adopted their income would be wiped out and they would losu that prestige given them by their riches They decided to establish a journal on tho Island to advocate a honest financial sjstem the system which was yielding them such a fat income without work nnd appointed their friend Charles to be its IMitor The announcement was made that the enterprising and publlc sjdrited citizens John and Stephen would shortly begin the publication of a paper devoted to tho best interests of all tho people In duo time the first Issue of the Jour Â¬ nal came out It was n pretty and at- Â¬ tractive sheet Its columns wero filled with iiowh notices most of which were quite complimentary of tho leading citizens and particularly so of tho Islands two foremost financiers John and Stephen There was also a leading editorial warning the inhabitants to be on their guard against dangerous innovations They were warned to shun any person who should endeavor to sow disFor the first content among tho people timo tho word agitator was now heard on the Island From tho first issuo the Journal ar dently supported the cause of sound finance John and Stephen had erected a building for tho safe deposit of tho peoples money and as they expressed It to fdcilltato exchange They called this building n batik and received in It on deposit the earning of the island- Â¬ ers They issued check books for tho convenience of their customers and did all they could to encourage the people to bo saving and put their savings In their bank Tho Journal alto was a staunch advocate of economy and confidence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Will Keep Growing Cheaper Vf rk Jou Irom the New 1 bjliuve that my fathers advice about money Is tho bcBt that can bo given to any girl with a fortune or who wants to He always make one for that matter said Its poor policy to lie awake nights thinking how jou can get the Lest of people and planning to cheat your neighbor Sleep sound eat light and work hard nnd j oull bo in a condition to manage what money you have and mako plenty more I was taught from tho time I was a little girl honesty was tho best policy literally the beet the best for your bank accuut as well as your soul A well known minister said to me Hetty your father Is the btst man 1 ever knew He is almost a Christian So I think my fathers advlco is woith ra Continued One of tho most remarkable cures rheumatism on record is related by Mr J M Thompson post master nt Deckers Point While out driv as follows ing one day last winter I was caught in n cold rain The next morning I was unable to move my head or arms owing to an attack of iiilUmmatory rheumatism My clerk telephoned for a plisicianbut suggested that I use Chamberlains Pain Halm there being n bottle open on the counter Ho ruLbed the effected parts thoroughly with Pain Balm and built up ilczdd oil to sleep and when a hot fire I awoke about half an hour later tiie pain had gone entirely nnd I have not been troubled since People come here from many miles nround to buy Cham Â¬ For sale by A It berlains medicines Fisher Druggist of Â¬ 1 CHEERFUL NEWS Handed Out Gratis by a Wise Clergyman Dr Mac the Courier lecturer now at the tabernacle who claims to be engaged In disseminating truth predicts that tho following well known citiz ns of tho country will die within tiie next two years Senators Vest Ingalls Vooheep Daniel Call Peller Cullom Palmer Vance Gorman Alliion nnd Mitchell John P Altgeld John It Tanner Governor P M Drake ov Gov Fifer ex Gov Uuckner ex Gov Campbell Col It G Evangelist Sam Jones Ingrsoll Moody Jacob S Coxey Thomas O Piatt Grover Cleveland Mhj William McKinleya wife nnd mother Cornelius VnlMerbilt John Wnnnnmaker Ituss ll A Alger Joseph Pulitzer J It Mc II II Cullagh Kenlsatt Itobert J Burdette Gov William J Stone Geo M Pullman Buffalo Hill Mrs Jefferson Davis Chauncoy M Depow Marshall Field Gen J O Shelby Frank James Lillian Itichard Mansfield Kuvell William K Gladstone Pudercuski Prino of Wales Queen Victoria Prince Bismarck Pope Leo Herbert Spencer Baion Iiothcliild Henry Irving Titos H Heed David B Hill Andrew Car negie John I Rockefeller John L Sullivan Vice President Stevenson ex President flairison Collls P Hunting ton Thomas A Edison Secretary Morton Secretary Olnoy Secretary Ed monds Senator Win Evarts ex Gov W Peck Li Hung Chang George Francis E Willard Garrett A Hobart Senator Blackburn Jo3eph P Lever St John Wilj0ln Ki ejtovliam K Vanderbilt Gov Clark J S Clnrkson W II Harvey Coin Gov Levi P Moiton and E Gov Itoswell Flower Lincoln III Â¬ - Â¬ Beware Of Mercury Mr Henry Roth of 1848 South 9th Street St Louis was triven the usual mercurial treatment for contagious blood poison He was twice pronounc- Â¬ ed cured but the disease returned each time he was seized with rheumatic pains and red lumps and sores cov ered ins uoay I was in a hor he rible fix says and the 4iCIJlj pains my left arm was useless so that I was unable to do even the lightest work This was my condition when I began to take B 8 8 and a few bottles convinced mc that I was I continued the belmr benefitted medicine and one dozen bottles cured mc sound and well My system was under the effects of mercury and I would soon have been a complete wreck but for 8 S S 88S iimranfl purely tegetable is tuc only cure for real blood dis Â¬ The mer- Â¬ eases KsJ TM UfT t Kw I was stiff and full of whatever 5 York specialist said lie could cure me but his treatment did A New ment I receiv Â¬ ed the worse I seemed to get more treat Â¬ curial treatment rtf- - OABTOniA rif utsrt llalll of the doctors al- Â¬ ways does more harm than good Beware of mercury Books on the disease and its treat- Â¬ ment mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga SSS Another word of conns d to the fortune owner 1b Dont buy anything because it is cheap This suggestion is aa useful In buying real eBtatoaain buyingclothea A good tiling may increase in value a elietip thing grows cheaper Buy the best I have been accused of disapproving of womans suffrage That Is a mistake I am perfectly willing women should vote if it interests them Neither do I dislike the now woman I ought not to any way because some Â¬ body said the other day that I was 200 years iu advance of her An Important step toward success in any work is to mind ones own business It is impossible to take care of other peoples allalrs and keep your own iu good I running order frillnulru The poor girl has just as good a chance Imitators are never micc h hb If a girl lias money let her be on the for happiness it slio is honest and sin- Â¬ alert to look out for herself and look at cere iu her work as the rich girl things from her own standpoint and not The girl in the employ of business watch what move this man or that womau people who attempts to do tho least is making in the money market By the possible woik for her salary is going time she has waited long enough to find Jown tiie Irdder not up If site wants out what others propose doing the deal to r nch the lop round she will have to Is over and the chnucis are she is make up iter mind to give the best work stuck she is capable of to study the interests Every woman who has money must of her employers nnd make them her work out her own financial salvation own for tho time being No one can manage her money puzzles The road to success is eaBy only it is for her so simple most people tniia it A girl who expects to put her mom y Another quality that never comes in the hands of n legal adviser should ams i to either the rich or the poor girl consult three different prominent men ia kindness and then sleep on tho advice she receives Do you know how I got in Loudon A girl witli a fortune doesnt need to society Through an act of kindness know anything about the stock markets I iiavo always liked nursing It requires I call inesling in stocks gambling Tiie the same common sense und judgment leBsn woman who wants to keep her to he a nurso that It does to manage fortune gambles the better for the money and if I had ever gone into a fortune profi s don I should have been a trained No special kind of education is neces nurse sary to manage money A girl should Oue day when I was walking in Loubo taught common sens and judgment don with my sun nnd daughter I saw a early in life and whin she knows how man fall s lddeiily I put my children to use her brain to understand people na in safe keejdng nnd went to the man It well as books sheean manage her own see mod to be a case of complete ex Â¬ fortune haustion like heart failure I fortunate I was taught four languages when a ly knew just what to do and before I girl hut 1 never found that any one of really needed assistance a lady in an them was a help to me In defeating elegant carriage sent her foctman to iu Jou Clioate in an argument quire tiie trouble If every girl is taught judgment and As soon ns the man had been sent to principle she is prepared for any walk In a htspital the lady who turned out to life whether as a financier or houdt he oue of the nobility asked me to come keepjr to her carriage and said she had never What girls need nowadays is not so seen better judgment shown In an emer inuch higher education as more moral gency In her life and offered me n posi character tion in charge of some London hospital An education never medo a woman work either good or had Afterward when shefound out who I A bad woman can be made worse was she sent mo ticketa for her seats at though by the additional weapons that tho House of Pa llament Invitations to an education gives receptions nnd showed me n great deal When I was invited to visit Barnard of attention Never mind about College I replied There is one old fashioned idea I do showing mo the pretty girl students j I believe in and that is that you can re- Â¬ can see them every day of my life I ceive a blessing even over a money want to see the president tho woman tiansaction if you are honest who is responsible for the moral charac- Â¬ Some time ago a man in Chicago in a ter of the girls I can tell what the high official position bought a lot of students are like when I see her property with other peojdea money The oue necesary branch of study Without knowing him to be dishonest I that every woman who has money should took a mortgage on marly all the prop Â¬ master is mathematics But arithmetic erty Tho facts leaked out and one day should he taught In a practical way he was found dead leaning oer his chair Tiio property was on tho outskirts of AVhen I had a boy to get ready for College I made him ndd subtract and Chicago and a lot of my acquaintances Well for once you are divide real money and he never made exclaimed anymistnkts When he came to inter caught Hetty Green I est 1 let him make it out on money in mil i nau been Honest and I never the bank and he studied about exchange fretted a hit frettfng is bad for women at the exchanges Ills Arithmetic was I just held the property and in less than part of his life nnd a good training to a year my block faced the Worlds Eair I call that a blessing manage a fortuuo or make one 1 fiud I am in luck iu Chicago One Truth and brevity are Indispi usable business qualities for a man or woman of the best compliments I ever received They carried Abraham Lincoln to the I got while I was there on business re Â¬ cently A pronifiieut lawyer eatd to me Presidential chair Youpughtto be nu ixamplo to all No one wants to buy discussion by tho yard It Is only worth so much per fact women in tho quiet way you manage Abraham Lincoln comes very near to your alliirs You may have plenty ol being my ideal man Common sense cccoanuts to crack but you crack them and a kind heart made him a succeis yourself ami you dont pay any attent Â¬ without any special education to fit him ion to the way other people crack theirs for tho White House One thing Ive found out in this law- Â¬ I would just as soon have business suit of mine is that If you trust your dealings with a woman as a man I find fellow countrymen theyll stand by you them as agreeable and businoMliku and 1 neer challenge a jury and they have more corsjlentious They nre almost never challenged mo always more puuitual iu paying their I think every woman is best in her debts home I dont disapprove of the new Ksal estate Is an excellent investment woman you know let women go out in Wuteh for a married woman to make to the world only they need not exag Â¬ the markets Buy a horse worth gerate themselves so you know I dont for 0000 and hold it until it is take much stock In the religious woman worth foO000 But dont try to get who goes shouting around Help some- Â¬ 370000 or 80000 for it one I say that is tho way to win sous Most women make the inisnke of hold Â¬ Now I try to help some one every day ing property too long They are not con- Mind I dont give money but I try to tent with getting moro than they ever give people employment and help them expected but want to double even that respect themselves You see any one When a property is higher than it hrs who has been extravagant once with ever been sell Dont wait to go down their own money is quite likely to be so with money you give them hill with it I never A woman who has to do with teal es Â¬ help people I dont know j If I did Id tate should rely on her own eyes and he busy My advice to woman with money ip not on some one elses word Thero are many good people in the trust anj body but n rtforin lawyer world but you cant always tell if jou A reform lawyer Is worse than a Chi are dealing with one cnj0 Anarchist You know the Anar I firmly believe that womin are just chlbt Is up to mischief and you are on as smart In money matters as u en if the watch for him but the reform law- Â¬ they are not too lnzy to give the time yer wears the cloak of piety over his and attention to managing their own evil deeds I know for Ive met them affalra both Women wait for wings to come to them It is costly work to compromise with a If fraud so they can float through life eusily you train your executive ability you can There is another old fashioned idea I manago circumstances and do not need hold to hiid that is a belief In prayer Why prayer will help you to even get wings Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When the best of n reform lawyer I dont know just where I stand I try a little prayer Providence has engineered me through money difficulty moro than once t have no doubt that I owe much of my success as well as health to the fact that I was taught to eat properly aa a child I always take a sulsantlal breakfast without sugar for my coffee or my oatmeal a simple lunch and a No woman can hearty plain dinner llvo on delicacies and sweet things and have n good constitution and clear hraln Good simple living ia tho best prepar- Â¬ ation for brain work If the blood fa well fed and circulating properly the brain works better and actually the ability to make more money may bo the result of a bill of faro A last word of warning A woman should never fight about money if with out being cowardly she can avoid it Ifshemust fight she should fight to Â¬ 20e pregentsgold plated cufT button nt lot of ladies ombrolderkd Handker Â¬ 75 linen towells worth 20c at 15c 1 lot ladles and Misses handkerchiefs chiefs worth 15c nt 7 l 2c 0 Dress d dols worth 25c at 15c worth 5c at 2 l 2c 30 pr ladles cuibdy slippers woitli 00 3 pint tin cups for Gu 00 pr mens glov s worth 60c nt 25c at 50c 50 pr ruenV calf cork solo shoes worth 05 pr boya gloves worth 50c at 15c 35 ladies silk embroidery handkerchiefs 225 at 1 25 GO pr ladies patent lip Dong kid shoes wortli 25c at 15c 1 lot New Albany jeans worth worth 51 50 at 35c at 10c 00 1 lot mens overcoats worth G 00 at 3 75 Mens fine black fur hat wortli 200 at 1 lot mens casimere suits worth 7 00 08c 1 lot boys hats worth 25c at 15c at 308 1 lot men s lino black suits worth flOOO 5o yda ladies cloth brown nnd black at 7 49 worth 1 00 at 75c 1 n Visit The GREAT BARGAIN STORE GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG CO KY CLIFTON MILLS GENERAL STORE Now hns a first cn9S General Store where you can buy anything you want in the way of win Hettv Grkkn THE DREADED CONSUMPTION CURED CAN BE DRY GOODS GROCERIES CLOTHING OR FARMING IMPLEMENTS You can not only buy whnt you want but you can sell anything you have in tho way of Farm Produco Timber Ties and Lumber at tho highest market prico Tho proprietor of this store is the energetic and accommodating T A Slocum M Scientist tu Grait Sufferers Will Chemist and Send Free Three Bottles of His Newly Dlscov- to ed Remedies Editor BitKCKKNiiinaK News I have discovered a reliable cure for Coi sump- Â¬ tion and all bronchial throat and lung diseases general decline losa of flt sh and all conditions of wasting away By its timely use thousands of apparently hopeless cases have been cured So proof positive am I of its power to cure that to make its merits known I will send free to any ofillcted reader of your paper three bottlea of my newly discov- Â¬ ered remediea upon receipt of express and pestofiice address T A SLOCUM M C JS Pine Street New York When writing the Doctor mention this paper CHARLES RADENHEIMER Who will bo glad to sec you and have your trade THE TWICE-A-WEEK BANK Of COURIER JOURNAL 8100 A YEAR Issued Wednesday and Saturday Mornings 1 HAHDINSBUHG Capital Stock 125 000 Surplus 7 600 D F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier Q W BEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDQE - -- Directors I R M JOLLT Chicagos Leaning Tower Chicago Record interestpaid on time ceposits From the upper lioors of the Colum- Â¬ bia Memorial Buildingat State and Wash Â¬ ington streets looking north the huge pile of the Masonic Temple at Stato and Randolph streets is visible leaning east ward at a distinct augle Centered be- Â¬ tween the broad window frames in tho Memoral Building the lines of tho Tem- Â¬ ple one block away are at visible dis- Â¬ tance from the perpendicular It Is no optical delusion The mightiest building in Chicago and one of the mightiest iu the world leans to the east Tho top of the east wall 205 feet above the pave ment leans lakeward nearly nine inches beyond the east line of the foundation Yesterday naarly five years after its com pletion the architects were taking floor levels through the building to determine the extent of the settling The Masonic Temple has been one of the wondeis of Chicago In February 1800 a commit tee purchased the northeast corner of State and Randolph streets paying 1000000 for it 1897 Beginning January tho Weekly Courier Journl wai changej to tho Tit ce a Week Courier Journal 1ulil cation dqyi are Wednesday and Saturday Tho Wednesday paper nlll bo devoted to nfws and political Tbo Hntorday Issue will be devoeJ to topics stories nUcellanr pictures poetry etc p erft family paper THE ST LOUIS WEEKLY Each issue will bo six pogos or twelve lrngcs a week -- an increase of two pages a week 104 piges or 832 columns a year The p titles of tho paper will not be chang Â¬ ed and tho battle for pure Democracy and true Democratic principles will be continued successfully in the future as in the past In spito of the ezponse involved in the improve- Â¬ ments noted the price of the Twice-a-Wte- k Courier Journal will remain the same 100 a jour A feature during the coming yesr will be the editorials of Mr Henry Watterson on political and other topics of the day POST DISPATCH 0NLY 50 CENTS A YEA1 TilE GWJiniLVEe PAPER Dally Courier Journal year Dally and Sunday I year Sunday alone I year - 6 00 300 2 00 TWICE-A-WEE- K The Post Dispatch Is the Only Metropolitan That Championed the Free Silver Cause In Advance of the Nominat- Â¬ ing Conventions It Stands Pat for Free Silver for Western Men and Measuies for the People Against the Political Bosses Pluto- Â¬ crats Combines Trusts and CorpoÂ¬ Â¬ COURIER JOURNAL AND ration Oppres- Â¬ sion Till You ni I find tho WEEKLY H Indl rensabs du log tbo year 1697 The year 181 7 is going tr bo brimful of Int r est Tho no tiling ol the MrKinley Admin- Â¬ istration with a new Congres electsi up n a gold pla form means legislation of a kind that vill vlt II interest every newspaper reader in the ountry and especially in the Welt and South Special attention will be paid In the WEEKLY POST -- D1SPAT0U to this news of a nation 1 cberaoter and It will be discussed editorially from the point ef view of the West and South as contrasted with that of Wall street The campaign for free silver will go on In 1897 and nothing can do so much to hely along the campaign ot eduoation as a newspaper like tho WEEKLY PO5T DISPAT0H This is shown in the fact that in Missouri and in everr other locality where the II has a largo circulation the gains of Democracy and free silver were of a sweeping One tiling is certain It will not do to fool with n had cold No one can tell what tho end will be Pneumonia ca- Â¬ EACH ONE YEAR tarrh chronic bronchitis if not consumption invariably result from a neglected cold It is surprising too that bad colds are so often neglected when one remem- Â¬ We have made a special clubbing arrange Â¬ bers how easily and at what little ex- Â¬ ment with tho Twlce a Week Courier Journal and will send that paper and ours for the pense they may be cured Chamberprice named to all our subscribers who will lains Cough Remedy is always prompt renew and pay in advanco Sample copies of and effectual and coBts but a trifle 25 or Courier Journal sent fice on application 50 cents is a trifle as compared with the All Subscriptions under this ofdisastrous t IF ct of a neglected cold Mr fer must be sent to Abner Mercer of Dllworthtown Chester county Pa in Bpeaking of this remedy siid Sometime ago I had a bad cold Cloverport Ky and cough I tried almost everything Finally Mr Hunt the druggist recom- Â¬ Send your name for Souvenir mended Chamberlains Cougli Remedy ol the Works ol Eugene Held and one GO cent bottle of it cured me en tirely For sale by A R Fisher Drug- Â¬ gist the CuatncTield monument Souvenir The most beautiful Art Production of the cenf tlov Fordsville Man Demented A small bunch of the moil frairaot tury ora lathered from the broad acres of Eocene Fields Mr John Johnson of Fordsville sud Love Contain a selection of the most Farm of of Kucenc Field Handdenly becamo demented while in this bcautilulof the poem thirty five of the world1 somely illustrated ty Monns city yesterday He was very noisy and greatest artistsHut their contribution to the ef the for the noble contilbutlooi ument fund caused much excitement on the streets treat artlits this booh could not bate been manufac Itoo 1orsale nt book stores or sent before he was taken in charge He waa tured for on receiptor i 10 The loveofTeringto prepaid theChllds Toet laureate published by the Com taken to the Falls of Rough depot where mittee to create a fund to build the Monument he broke away from his captors and ran slid to care for the family of the lieloved pott Eugene Held Monument Souvenir Fund down Fourth street yelling at the top of ISo Ueoree Street Chlse 111 his voice He waa recaptured and con- 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