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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1897 agreed rcudliy aiiiftiiroiclioiit tim timo of cutting and fitting Luro let her tonguo run to such purpose that she hftthuu both upon tho vcigoeif stormy liars That win not surprising if jou con sider that Miss Winfolds world thought her ns tender hearted is slo wns admi rable Her mother said indeed sho didnt sco how dar Alico got along even as well ns sho did fo sliisitlto as sho was Why tho least littlo tinubln coining to anybody mndo her cry half a day Brother even notiml it and was mighty careful of what ho told her and when itramo toconscienre Oh my of Alico thought anybody no matter who cr wlrit they might I p had injestico dono em most of nil by iiiij body that wns anything ter her why I do Lolievo Alico would go almost out of hor mind Assuredly Miss Alice had a fountain of ready teats Tney flowed freoly as sho said looking after tho vanishing black woman Mommer what makes you Fttro at mo thit way God knows I wish I could say I dont belies o anything hut 1 do I just know iu fact Luco told the truth Mrs Winfolds heels bot a rataplan on tho floor It Was n full half minute indeed before sho gathered voico to say It aint it cant it shant lo sol Tho idear brother goin ter court that littlo upstart minx that limb that vixen Rob McGregor nu Jack Talbot engaged tcr hor an iiuggiu her iu tho faco of daylight nn oeiybodyl Ef them things can bo I caint uo longer bolico in Providence Poor Mrs Talbot I I know shod n heap rnthcr seo Jaok dead as Id ruther sco brother Do shut up cant you Im Rick nn tired of nllyoucnnsaynboutnnytliingl Lot mo Alico interrupted irritnbly got my head clear I must think hard Theres u way out of nil this Ill find it ns suro ns my names Alico Winfold Dear mo nil vol Ef it stays Alico Winfold much longer I think Ill run off witli tho first tin peddler that conies along Nina tho younger Winfold You nro so cross thcio said pertly nint no livin witli you nn so ugly it nint no wnuder Rob McGregor lias cut Â¬ Â¬ NO 27 I will finish Some Rambling Thoughts 11Y V rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CortmniiT 1600 nkmo By Martha McCullock Williams hj Maybo tlio Innd ia what hes nftor Jack said to hlnifolf ns iio b trod is ncios fields to lioscoo nftcr lio luul pot bis black hirelings nt anotbor task Hoiivon knows tho plnco needs n master badly enough but not Unit master I Hob any dnintygirl bnd better bo Ilv tiik Author Koi confound him I Mo oKX between iSiS FIo held ouflier hnid Ho took it both his own nud mised it to his lips just ns n throaty good humor Â¬ ed voice said behind them Lookyjcrc MissRobl You tako your cotin insido do house I not gwino linb no cch ennyins on out ycro ter do chicken coop But foreiyou goes I want Mnrso Jack dar tcr tell mo ishebegnged ter you Yes Main Liza engaged hard and fust Bo suro you toll everybody Jack said with an uproarious laugh catching Rob in his arms Beforo ho let her go Mnm Liza gasped out Bless nn sibo u dara do wliolo crowd frum do funnli Dia yoro gwiuo bo sprend all obor do keutry Â¬ Â¬ dead Koscoo fields wero truly n pitiful Right Weeds stood ns high na stalks in tho scant broadths of corn land aud Sno would in racrnavo brought tho trado to naught had sho not fallen in lovo with Tho spotted heifer I sco But how camo you to havo that valuablo animal Rob asked her eyes twinkling Her fa ther gently pinched her ear as ho went was ngmnimt on Copyrighted Why not strive to make this tho most satisfactory year of our life Yea you say but falluro is found in many thnt havo gono before Well let na talk it over for I know too well what it is to mourn over bnd executive after good intention trilling riBiilts after great purposes and Igucblc nits after high ideals Two things nro holding you back you regret the wasted past and loso heart beeauso of it you are cnrelefs iu tho present because J on nnd its duties seem iiistgulllcjtit to yourself Â¬ Â¬ lyr crab grass uiado n thick tufty laazo be- Â¬ tween If tobacco hud cleaner tilth tall blossoming suckers sapped tho richness of tho leaves nud fat green worms in multitude racned at will And not n nigger in sight I Jack said to himself JTot if thoy dont do somo nugrily tall wrestling with these follows crushing a fat worm ns ho spoke tho wliolo crop wont pay tbo taxeB much less half of it Something has got to bo done my littlo darling May bo Im n presumptuous fool but I shall usk you to marry mo out of hand Ho had como to this proper and rea sonable conclusion just ns ho canto liko w iso upon Aunt Phomy s cabin It stood upou n rocky knoll witli acres of tauglo about it A cold spring boiled up nt tbo knoll foot nud sent a voin of bright wv tcr through tho fields to tho creek a milo nway Aunt Phcmy had chosen tho sito herself Sho wns Mr McGregors fcter sister nud though saving her mother had cost him so dear showed little of open affection for either himself or his child But then coujnro women never cared for people nnd all her world know Aunt Phemy for a coujnro woman though only tho bravest over even whispored eo Sho lived alone spending much much timo in tho woods or swamps Social visitors film had nono yot there was not a house high or low roundabout that would uot hnto mado her eagerly vol come for said popular belief sho was oiio to bo conciliated If onohad n mor Â¬ tal enemy ho need only go in thick darknrhs nnd whisper his grudgo to a certain hollow stono in her chimney Then ho must put money in tho hollow wait three days and go back If tiio money was gone ho might bo suro of tho wished for veugcauco but if tho coin lay untouched ho must take it and mako off with nil speed never telling anybody how ho had been bulked upon pain of having tho witch throw her t pells upon him All this Jack had heard at piecemeal from his frightened black people For tho most part ho had laughed nt their talcs Ho was too young aud open minded for belief in tho black art Yot now in spite of himself ho shivered Through tho narrow batten window which stood wide ho saw tho black woman with n lite rat iu her hand bending over n table upon which lay Fonin fresh w beaten dough rudely mold- Â¬ ed in human shape As he looked sho drow n kmfo across the rats throat nnd hold it go tho spurting blood dyed the whito cfllgy bencuth tho whilo hulf chanting Duatli m tn lls han Dratb went wrong IVutli lilt do pioil npii nrcil do Lad IusioE dmtli Iasal TumI Don you try tar tsy wd mel With n long hard breath Jack went lioiselesslv nwiv ltob was chattering liko n mngpio to her father when ho oauio up to thorn upon tho back piazza Sho was peeling poaohes for tho blind man who nto them with great relish Her voico was gay but had n littlo Nhako uudorucnth that set Jacks heart more than over in a flutter Como nud sottlo this disputoof ours You nro just in time sho cried ut sight of him Would you beliovo it This wild parent of miuo has been preaching that things havo no iutriusio valuo nt all that it is nil relative nud doponds on how badly you happen to wnut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Why sho wns my pet I had raised her back iu Virginia nud had refusod to sell her with tho rest of tho cattlo Sho was broken to tho halter to I led her over tho mountains into Tennessee Mrs Pickius tried first to buy her through Eomebody olsn Sho was iWshnrp old lady but not too sharp for iup I lot it bo known to her that my may Blossom was not for salo but that I was ready to mako her it prcsqnt of tho animal tho minuto sho would sign n quitclaim deed to tho land Kten then sho hung bnck a day nud night but ended by coming round Aud so Miss Rob you will ono day iiavo Roscoo I think yes I must look up that Rob said saucily Hor fa qnitclaiin thers fnco clouded ho said You will not find it Twenty years nftcr it was given my fnther sent it to n lawyer iu Illinois who wautcd it to help tho old womans children in somo legal matter Ho prom Â¬ ised faithfully to return it but novcr did That docs not matter if it is io corded It was I know But so ninny books wcro buruul iu that firo nt tho courthouse Benjamin Topmark spoko of thnt nnd siid ho would find out for mo Ho wns going to search tho books on his own account and would bo glad to look for mo Rob Mr Topmark is too kind said witli tho faintest curl of the lip then with u quick chango of mood Jack do you want to bo useful Thou como help mo feed my chickens They nro spoiled almost ns badly ns this dnd They cat nearly their own of mino weight in meal overy day yet to hear them qunwk mid complain you would think thoy woro starving Thoy are deceitful liko tlioir mis tress Jack said as ho followed her to tho feed coop n tent shaped affair of rougli slnts which was set somo BO ynrds from tho back steps Rob Jind n big bnsiu of wet meal Sho flung it by generous haudfuls within tho coop then leaned upon it watching her pets at thoir greedy feeding Ono of thorn n pretty tamo nsh bluo creaturo flow upon her outstretched hand and porchod thero preening horsclf and giving out soft littlo sounds as sho peoked daintily nt remnants of dough in tho basin Poor Bluebird I Rob said stroking I am afraid swoot the soft feathers heart next winter you will bo hungry unless I can bring mysolf to kill you or givo you away Do you know Jack I havo como to wish nlmost that every thing I lovo may bo doad when winter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER V At nearly tho snmo minuto Mrs An nis riding homo through tho deepening dusk met n horseman nt sight of whom sho turned her own beast squaro across tho narrow road barring his progress until sho hud questioned him to hor hearts content Evidently the answers pleased hor Veiy shortly sho rodo on chuckling aloud Sho got down nt her own stilo iu tempestuous good humor patted tho head of n lank hound which cimo to grcot her nnd strodo within tho Fquat log house which had ono door moan nnd squnlid forlornly weather boaten nnd full of slatternly discomfort Tho open passway between tho two pons was liko n muck heap Racks had been set upon tbo log walls cither sido for holding guns nud saddles Mrs Aiinis noted with ploasuro that nil of them wero empty Sho slung hor own riding gonr iu plnco saying Ef that thar fool half under breath Noch joit will keep erwnyi Ho shoroly had better Somo or his gang lias got faces ter hnug em nnywhars Hos or plumb fool ef ho dont stoy way ono while I kin maiiagoMagnolycr by her sof nn onlcss Im rcckouin mighty wrong inauago it so ho kin chango his business fer better nud that rigiit soon Magnolia stood listlessly iu front of tho fireplace witli yet n spark at bot tom of in r clety eyes It had been kindled by sight of n gorgeous silk handkerchief and some lengths of broad red ribbon w liicli lay ncross her nrru Without u word bho hold them toward tho old woman who said with n harsh Â¬ As with the blow boy in class whoso fhauco to spell has passed him beforo ho knows it has leached him so it is with us Tho hurrjing jcars tarry for nothing Wo lire not sllllcted with n feeliitj uncommon to men when wo rub our eyea to seo if it is n fact that n whole year liaa passed since tho blnro of horns f righteneil off tho ghost of 185 All tho generations before us hnvo felt tho same nlnrni Yet tho past and tho present nro filled with lives that hno accomplished much though subject to the same onrush Bear in mind then for your encouragement that what hna been dono can bo dono again Â¬ Then if not too this little chat by addressing tho younger ones in tliefamlly forthey often meet with real burdens nnd unless there is nn ideal of life within these burdens make tho heart tick You girls read n book full of delusive thought regarding lovo and marriage and you riso from its rosy and delightful pages to bo met with tho necessity of willing ono more of the never ending series of dishes that fall to jour lot Then you pout nnd sulk nnd I am sorry for you sneo dish washing does seem terribly inoiiotonors lint h lpprsa you think of dish washing ns a meat h of making jour mothers burden lighter and f a training for joutslf in patience and perfection Then lis burdens will be almost entirely liflcel Tho ideal before you has changed it Again you bonny bojs eager with tho spirit of adventure entering heart and soul into ludlan adventures in books or the hairbreadth escapes of somo rollicking sailor lad I syuipatlitz with you when you feel angry at being called back to dtiliH that look dull gray to you all the lime Rut laddie s if you tliirk of your work in the fieldB as a means of making you strong for the battle of life or if your shop work is thought of as a means of making jou dexterous in all you do then the way will not seem so hard la never of iulluento sHous F0YjH NGDOEJ AKlN3 POWDER Celebrated for iu fcrcM Itmening strength ami he ilthfulne Assures tlie food ncdinst alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands RO L Absolutely Pure tlkG lOUPrK CO NEW ORK Â¬ LODIBURG It Is rumored that there are going to ajar It was Ill Â¬ laugh fingering them eagerly So Jibs fotchin tilings tor you er ready ugh I met him iu tho road had tr men dish er chat with him too though ho was in secli er hurry Now you listen nt me Magnolyor jest you mind me tin you kin marry Ben Top mark au bo ns big er dog us nny er tho big dogs comos Jack began imperatively Hush but sho went on recklessly It is tho only way out You soo how things nro tho crop going to destruction nnd not n baud raised to stop it Uncle is Neds wifes brothers mother-in-ladead To show respectful sympathy with him every soul hero quit work and wcut to tho burying It was bad enough boforo Now I havoquito lost heart Pap Â¬ py has laoked nothing so far I had rather dio n hundred times than lot him know tho truth How could I oven hint to him that wo must soil part of tho land Yot that sooms wo both love so well tho only way iu which I enn savo him from actual want unless unless God were good enough to lot us die togother Ah thero is another way almost as bad maybe still nway Jack said You you enn with uufceling lovity marry mo Rob though 1 nm not half Â¬ Magnolia flung her arms nbovo her head witli u quick bliiver I woont havo heem sho said dully I woouldnt no not for nurthiii All I wnuts or heem is mnrney I woouldnt stand heeni er ya nir for all heos got I I hnto heem I do ef cf ho stays jest er lectio whi ilo Mrs Annis You uir er big fool said roughly all on nccouut er Noch nu though ho is till tho child Ive got Im bound ter say ho is uo account wusscru no account Besides you jest ns well seo fust as last ho woont nov cr murry you not of you git your full lights au money besides Burt bint tho chile tho lectio unl Maguoliu gasped her mouth gath He ho caint deny ering whiteness it the poro lectio un Its ii year ole now Ef I jest had it nu Noch au an wo had cr placo whar nobody know Â¬ Â¬ cd thorn Why thero nro not two sides Hm to that question Ho is ontiroly right so good n ohnuco ns you deserve Tako Rob floshed a lovelier scarlet that back You must I sho cried Oh but I nm nshnmed of you mysolf ev Â¬ erything I did not think yon would Jack said with his most judicial nir Mr McGregor laughed aloud ho I was piovinjj it by n story began Rob interrupted Mndo to otdor Do you know Jack ho was trying to mako mo boliovo that wo would never have had Hoscoo but for a spotted heifer 1 I will her father slid still laughing toll Jack tho story I had not thought of it iu ten years until I foil talking day boforo yc3terday with Bonjamin Topmark Why what brought him hero Jaek interrupted Hob looked nway but said gayly Tho finest now turnout in tho county nt least Mam Liza says so And only think I missed sight of it was way out iu tho fields Ho cawo to seo mo Mr McGrrpor to say poor folsaid with dignity low how sorry ho was that ho had not been in threo years before Now in his own sorrowful desolation ho in learning Excueo me dad but what has his griof to do with n spotted lioifor aud Rob nsked saucily Horfa lloscoe ther patted her baud ho You shall hoar in good timo Jack will pardon nu old mans said j ambling Tho story is uot muoh after nil You both have heard mo toll about coming out of Virginia n boy of 17 riding nt my fathor8 elbow Ho had not bought laud beforo cpming out nud as soon ns wo chanocd upon this placo ho mndo up his niiud that ho wanted it It belonged to a man named Piokius then ono of tho poor whites But oddly enough ho had a good title though most of his sort merely squatted whera thoychoso Ho wanted to boII aud tnovo to ouoof tho prairlo states bu hia wifo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo would not Miss Impertinonoo misunderstand I was blue and misera ble and began to whine yes notuully to whiuo So you offer to to help mo iu tho only way you caul My namo ought to bo Winfold I did not think I could behavo so Do please tako back everything and forget nil I said If you do not I shall novor bo ablo to look my Â¬ solf in the face not for a whole yoar Jack caught hor hands not roughly You but iu a firm masterful grasp ho nro tho ouo to tako luck things Rob it hurts rathsaid in her oar er to to say what I said and find yoursolf laughed nt for your pains Tho tremulous littlo fingers onght to havo told him how brute a fight sho was making for pride- and lovo But Jack was too full of feeling himself for judicial consideration His fuce flamed and his brows drow together when Rob said difficultly Jack it is uot wise hntdly right indeed for you to to speak so when you have your mother ell of hem I Oh dont yon wont you seo how impossi- bio it all is Jack let her handafall nnd swung up on lila heel saying with freoina cour tesy Pardon mo I did forgot I could offer you nothing bejond n poor muns heart It was presumption I tako it all back I Ro yuu want n rich husband No donbt jort will get him Accept my felicitations iu advance Yon havo spo ken of Miss Winfold Let mo ndd that void blooded as sho notoriously is I think sho would scarcely trnmplo upou u fellows heart na you dolight to da Certainly not if you wcro tho fol- Â¬ Rob said beginning to laugh low Oh Jack my ono friend you nro uot going to tako yourself nway from mo with all those heroics Lots both forget for n yoar Thou I am suro you will think buck nud sco how muoh your friend I am showliui jurrclf to bo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Shot upl Mrs Annis commanded Gal lcnimo tell you somothiu Nochs liko all tho rest cr mon crazy fer what ho aint got Now hoa plumb distracted arfter Botty Hiusloy HoU git her too Now Hiusleys dono gono tcr jail Be- Â¬ ttys frco as nny on us I mought as woll bo doad then Magnolia haid passionately dropping into a ohair nnd breaking iuto dry sobs But in u littlo iicreyes went back to tiio jiy ribbon Sho got up and began to tio it about lirr round waist Then kIio draped tho kophiot over her shoulders and smiled to seo how ivory fair her When long throat showed in contrast her dusky hair had becu piled high on her head sho survoyod heisulf in tho old clocks looking glass faco nud said still smiling I would look right fiuo ef I had fino clothes nil tho timo Yes an I mean tcr soo that you git Mrs Auuia added with hor most urn cucrgotio nod A very wlso man bus saiiT tlioro is uo such tiling na a trifle And myriad liu man boings will echo tho saying whon they cust back to crucial minutes aud If only noto wheroupou thoy hinged Mum Liza had not been nt perpotual feud with Luco Alleu Miss Winfold nud her mother might havo postponed If not wholly escaped a very badquurtcr of nu hour Luco waa tho foremost of tho black passersby who camo upon Jaok aud Rob Sho had boou enough to mako hor smile thrust hor tonguo iu tho cheok nnd resolve to go to Mrs Wlnfolds bright nud early noxt morning Besldos a born gossips relish for things of no couut sho knew she could givo herself tho double satisfaction of roveugo upon Mam Lizn nnd of gottiug uvou with Mrs Wiufold for nioro tliau ouo grudgo kept tbla long timo in mind Yot hor faco waa n pattern of demure and ebon iunoceuco when sho oamo asking if Misa Alico and Miss Sniroy could not be porsuaded to undcrtako making hor a now black calico against an occasion of oombined funerals soon to como Thoy off at BollUifl Scrim church Â¬ Â¬ i I Thoy accomplish most who spend no time repinning at circumstances See ing things around thorn to bo done they tako hold and do them well just because they como next to hand I verily believe the secret of all true greatness ia found in aitlifulnefs to tho present duty no matter how small or insignificant Peter Cooper made good glue and from small beginnings grew great used his greatnefa well and tho glue maker ranks high among tho worlds philanthropists Even as tho catapiller iu n phjBical sense comes to tho wieler freer yon out sphere by Joing I ho things necessary to Yon better mind how you talk missyl Alico nlmost shouted Mrs grow tli day by day so shnll ne in a Winfold fcow led darkly and muttered moral sense To be faithless pud comsomething about pcit vixens that needed plaining over littlo duties is certainly no to bo whipped Nina had sauntered to guarantee Hint greater duties will bo the front door nud stood leaning out of betterdoro While it Is not fair to say it Over her shoulder she called malithat all faithful oils become prominent ciously You better hush nn straighten up it is fair to sny that patient your facts Yonder comes Mrs Talbot work must be done to ensure prominence of a lasting character an Jack with her Humanity itself 1 wonder wliy fcho could not havo is our teacher twenty five yenrs of senso enough to stay uwuy until some body building pafs beforo we arc mature body wanted to seo her Alice said enough to stand tho strain of real life grinding her tectli as sho uiado a dash for tho water basin and began dabbling Wo must try to take a tnnur view of hor eyes But that did not nun cut her from ruuning to tho horse block to meet life Then can wo understand that the nnd greet tho visitor nor from saying little nets mako up in large part tho You worlds progress ns sho set tho easiest chair for her Thus will our own nro too kind for anything What would work tnko its proper dignity A few wo do without you great deeds bIiow forth iu history hero Pcnco remained with Mrs Talbot in aud thero but built of them only the tho bosom of tho Winfold family That was not long though By 10 oclock bho worlds total gain would saud up liko had gono and Mrs Winfold was saying the naked steel frauio of a lofty building As a matter of fact clustored around botweon bursts of angry tears Oh yesl Shes heard it Thats overy monument tl deed are iiinu nerable what brought her hero I menu that lio small ones that have been woll done and about brother Sho wanted mo ter namo that havo made tho greater deed possiit Tho fool Id V died first ble No general over wins witli nu nrmy I only hopo it isnt it lie Alico re- of disaffected soldiery No w ido stretch- Â¬ La nm turned witli nn ugly nicer youro most ns big it fool ns Mrs Talbot ing bridge is built merely by tho mind heri olfl If sho wasnt n fool shod bo of the engineer to his aid is brought tho bound to sco through us But that nint sullen strength of stono aud iron that hero nor thero Tlin tiling to consider winter iu and out will steadily do its is how wo enn keep Jaek from marryin work No great onward step is takpn in Rob insido n mouth any country unless there is an upheaval Alice you dont think ho moans of public opinion You nnd I obscure Mrs Winfold began really onep are public opinion We nro in nil Hor daughter cut her nhort Yon ought to know you must if you had great prognsj if spirit of progress is in tho least ttne that whothi r ho cares us just na tho boiler is a thing of power for her or not Jack will marry her out because of tho steam within and tho of baud it lio hears that people tnlk Bteam is a thing of power because of tho about hor on account of him So tho boiler without very best thing thit cau happen for mo is this chanco to mako him jealous of Pray mourn no moro otor jour hidden Undo Ben Oh Alice dont say you bolieve state Do your little and do it well Thin whether you como to greatness or Mrs Wintold cried tragically that Why Id dio ef I thought brother real-ly- - not you can not be robbed of one great thing the real usefulness of your life It Brothcrll mako n fcol of himself needs but a few words to remind you eamo as any old widower As it lias got that our great nation is like n hugo body to bo otcr bomo girl Im mighty glad with interdependent parts Let me liopitclitdonRob Alico raid Iknow emphasize jour possible importance you hate her I dont If I cm just man A drop of blood ngo to mako Jack bclieto she ban tho from your own bodies moving hither and thither in your veins leust thought of marrj iu Undo it wont bo long ef nro bos on is a small thing Yet your health as a gaged to marry mo whole is closely related to its duty doing What a head yon havo got Alicol It carries oxygen from the lunge or I nover could havo seen through things nourishment from the stomnih and the Mrs Winfold said with that n wny Â¬ admiration Her daughter gavo her intestines then gives that up some where brightens Hie ejes perhaps or shoulders a pronounced thrug as sho nn strengthens the brain Oncu more it sworod You might if tlioro had been a Jack loads Itself tills timo with the poisons Tnlbot iu tho case I think tho man that come from wasted muscles and you iniiri led must hnto been an awful nerves and for your maintenance in poor stiok health it discharges thoso poisons in tho Ho wasnt n good chanco poor breath you exlalo or the secretions mnn Mis Winfold said with nn nt tompt nt u sigh but I wns mobt SO that leave the body then dear men nu brother ulwnjs did hnto old maids dear woman disappointed often perhaps in thofamly Hod ruther havo mo liko neither oye nor brain of this great I nm with you two throwed iu than bo lountry may you not possiblv bo a bothered with mo in his house nu I globule of its most essential blood or a couldnt livo uowhorcs olsa ef I hadnt minuto lung cell working to save it novcr married Jnck ia wutli n honp er from wasting consumption weakness of trouble Any girl might bo proud tcr git him Of ooso I wuut you ter marry character loss of liberty Furthermore uo mutter what comoa but hes tho ouo if within jou is working the high motive will to your race becnuso of Id ohooso fer you of I had the world of goodfragmentary understanding of some tor piok from Alico got up and shook herself frco the good will of the All Father to you of shreds Her eyca woro unusually then in truth need not your heart be bright nnd thero waa a tingo of muddy troubled because of the little tilings you red iu her round chocks It was not bo do When sturdy legs come hurrying coming It turned to tawdriuoss tho yellows bolow tho creamy surfaoo Sho in the door and a little pudiy fist grasps raised her hands nbovo her head clinch tight a withered dandelion or a tattered ed them nud odd with a sharp hissing daisy that lias been carried a long way Hero tuul You nn Niun as a po6oy for you you never judge the utterance finish this Im goin tofeo Rob McGreg- Â¬ value of the love by tho slziof tho gift or but dont you daro hint to anybody This way of regarding tho deed is I least of nil nuy of tho Tulbots that reckon nothing but a faint n fiction of IhnvoBOUo G ds way of looking at you and the good norks but small that you do to nn CONTINUED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ueu--wol L Â¬ Tttftt- llfUtUt tf llBllt t9 ma OASTOZUL vriffet lia TH7 I need not say all now Much more remains to bo slid but a whole year in which to continue these littlo talks burgh attended n pound party giten at for broader views of life stretches out Mr Albert Rennetts Sample Inst Satur Â¬ before us day niht Your scribe has not heard tho particulars of the party Since the last piece that I hate seen One tiling is certain It will not do to the New Year fool with n bad cold No one can tell from our little burg what tho end will be Pneumonia ca- hns taken the placo of the Old Year tarrh chronic bronchitis if not consump- How mauy of us lias resolved to improve tion invariably result from a neglected ourselves more this year than we did cold It is surprising too that bad colds last year I dare tay not as many of us aro so often neglected when ono remem as should bers how easily and at what little exMirs Sallio Deacon who has been is pense they may bo cured Chamber iting her sister Mis J If Atitt left the Iains Cough Remedy is alwajs prompt 5th for Ieitchileld w hero sho will spend aud effectual and costs but a trifle 113 or the winter witli her sibter Mrs W A oO cents is a trillo ns compared witli the llines Wo wero sorry to loso Mifs disastrous effect of n neglected cold Mr Sallio from our midst but hopo it will Abner Mercer of Uilworthtown Chester not be long ero we will seo her bright comity Pa in speaking of this remedy face again Sometimo ago I had a bad cold siid The sid news of the death of Mrs and cough I tried almost everything llloom Parr reached us a few days ago Filially Mr Hunt the druggist recom- Â¬ A little over n yenr ngo Mr Parr nnd mended Chamberlains Cough Remedy wifo moted to California hoping she aud ouo 50 cent bottle of it cured mo en- would be benefited by tho chango of tirely For sale by A R Fisher Drug- climate nnd for n timo she seemed to be gist improving but alas that dread disease consumption laid in its claim and on the 2nd of January 1S07 death camo anil VICTORIA claimed her as its own Addie was the daughter of Mr 1 F Claycomb of this The mines aro luuning now at full placo and was loved by all who knew blast and the miners are all happy While her father brother and her The lJreckenridgo Compauy has fiteen sister could not hate that Inst look of or tn enty thousand dollars w orth of stock her sweet face before she died they can coal which they are now preparing to meet her ngain for sho is not dead but ship South via the river has just gone beforo where she will wear While she Joo Friel and all his family aro elown a bright crown of jewels waa young and beautiful I know death with the measles John Burk has been employed by tho with her was well and sho would only Company to take charge of the Crow ford say Weep not for me dear husband farm and ruu It this year for all it is father brother or sister for wo can all The family hate the sym Â¬ preparttons meet again worth Hois making 1 pathy of the entire community and esfor a largo crop pecially of the writer in tlieir great be- Â¬ Mr Heron the popular Superintendreavement ent of tho Breckeuridgo Company is making ono of the best managers the DISLASKS OF THE SKIW company has over had here He looks The intuibo itching and smirtirg inci Â¬ after the interests of tho company nnd dent to eczema tetter salt rheum mid other those of the men more thoroughly nud diseases of tho skin is instantly allated by satisfactorily than any man who has applying Chamberlains Kto nntl Skin hao been been in charge hero yet Tho miners Ointment Many very Ind cii cs is equally permanently cured by appreciate efficient for itching piles it aIt orite rem Â¬ nil like him nud tho citizans and fat his efforts to bring Victoria back to its edy for seiro nipples chjiiieila hands chil- Â¬ blains frost bites and chronic sore eyes once prosperous and balmy dajs For salo by drugfista at 25 cents per box ia no excuse here now for a man Thero Try Dr Cndjs Condition Fowlers they being idle There is plenty of work at Kid condi- Â¬ what horee needs tho mines and n man can get it if he are justTonic ablood purifiern lien in and vermifuge tion wants It Mr Mat Duucan who has recently moved here from Pittsburg Ky says 11 these are the only mines he knows of in the state that are working on full time and the only ono too that pajs promptly Without a single exception there Ho formerly lived here and bajs ho is is beyond doubt no greater or more mighty glad to get back popular newspaper in the United The old coal cars which have been States than the Cincinnati Enquirer idle for a number of years aro being repaired for uso in hauling coal to the or a more successful publisher than its proprietor Mr John R McLean river pier which is now being rebuilt The old time prices for the Daily New Yorks Greatest Scene Enepiirer have been maintained and thoroughfare its circulation largely increased each Now Yorks famous Broadway has been the scene of some year bard times and cheaper jourwonderful evonts But tho ouo scene nals failing to arrest its onward march which still stands as the most remark- Â¬ and high appreciation of the public able iu point of enthusiasm is Louis Broadway in for its true worth and merit Kossuths famous ride up The Weekly Enquirer at beginning 1851 Kossuth had already seen aud passed through a crowd of 500000 people of the campaign year was offered at iu his triumphal ride up tho great So cents a year and its circulation thoroughfare Iho culminating moment increased by the addition of over however occurred when the great Hun Â¬ 200000 new subscribers the most garian patriot reached the coruor of substantial and coveted testimonial a Broadway and Ann street The sight upon him staggered him for publisher could desire that buret When asked for the secret of such the moment Iu the open square directly before him waa massed together success Mr McLean frankly answers a quarter of a million of peopTo and The Enquirer has no opinions to force when this vast concourse broke into a upon its patrons it simply prints the united cheer Kossuth wus fairly be wild facts and tells the truth that the reader No man saw this great event so ored may form his own opinions Uy well aud advantageously as did Parke Godwin tho veteran New York editor maintaining the price of the paper and Kossuths closest friend in America more news and greater variety can be Mr Godwin was with Kotsulh aud tor furnished and every class of business the first time he will now tell tho btory interests catered to which a cheaper of the mnrveloiH event in tho February journal cannot afford ladles Homo Journal The actual fcene The very liberal support given the at Ann street will also be shown inn 1 Bhowlng Kos- Â¬ Enquirer by the public at large makes Thulstrup picture by suth In his carriage as tho great scone it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and en buist upon him Have I grown altogether too Eorious terprise in minor matters as well as It is well to be surlom some times Full If you want pure whisky get it from those of greater magnitude of laughter though I am I cau plainly Hannlng see that tho man who is nover tn earnest Oliapln Son Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bo somo weddings near here right soon The young folks of this neighborhood seemed to hnvo spent n very enjoyable Xmas as there were Boveral parties and that is what the young folks enjoy came Uev Lnglish of Louistlllc down Sunday morning and filled his reg- Â¬ Ou ac- Â¬ ular nppointment nt Raymond count of tho Seminary he could not bo witli us Saturday Hony Cashman and sister of Raymond and Miss Dee liashnm of Lodi John McLeans Great Newspaper Â¬ V I THEl BRElOKElNmiDQHl MmWS Breckenridge hw OIaOVEIKLPOKL1 BRANDENBURG Mm R II Ntvitt Is luiprovli g Mrs Win Rhotles is iiiunh hitler L L Lewis tus relumed to Cincin nati 0 KV News LO 0 V 0 BtUnge Editors and ProprUtri 1607 WEDNESDAY JANlAHY Sabtctiptlon Ttlot 1100 II Itir Ter In Advance Tiikrk is much mirprleo over tho selection of tho Hon John Sherman as a member of McKlnloyn cabinet on account of his ml winced ngu Yet Mr ntublo cxpcriciHO Sherinnn ikwibsib in public life Â¬ 11 FUSION Thais What It Is A Â¬ Duo Murray sajs he Inn a preprint incnt that the ticket will win He feels it In his boner Giiiulno Tho Dtiiooratlc iMudiilttei will haye to hustle for what they want before the precinct convention The Webster Imj s went hom it little fore on account of liming their man A devoted p t of fellows thos Webster IVmrrrat Fution was a little gunie lln Repub licans use to pluy in this county Now the Democrats say they are pnying them back in their nnn coin It Is nntlerttoril that tho Populists will name Mr AM Hardin as their candidate for County Clerk and the Democras will name Thos McGlil for his Deputy Â¬ SPRGIAL TERMS Hardinsburg Normal Institute -- OF TIIE Â¬ FJd it th End of the 1125 SIX PAGES NOTICE Itnles fur announcements In these column follow Cash Inadvancc in every case Circuit Judge or Attorney County Offices arc as looo J oo financial management on the part of soma one that the poor ktIiooI teacher has to go without lilapuy Domocrals and Populists We think there will bo ft general cleaning out of the present party In power Hearts and Hands and when the people get another whack at They are showing no ability to them Declaro run things as they ought to bo run Â¬ It is very poor Simon Pure Caso Join Mis Jams Bland ontinii n much indlspoRxd No church in town I si Sunday Pm Palo was at Irvliiglou Mr ntil Mis Iluulesty visited relo llvts In the country liutSaluiday Miss Llda Ha ucs is g tting along nicely with her clots at PatesvilU Dunrnn and Lon Novltt wont to Vino Grove last Saturday on business Mrs Client Bryant has returned to Lexington after a visit to Mr aud Mrs Lon Richardson Misi Kula Jonep of Grovoland spent last week with Miss Mtt Shocklett and will spend sometime hero Come out to the Literary of Branden burg Normal next Friday night tho last of this tenn The program is grand Messts W E Aslicraft and A 0 Burton went to Payuesvlllo lost Satur day to attend the Teachers Afsociation Miss Emma D McGeheo was the guest of Jilts Pearlo Wimp last Friday and at Â¬ tended the cotillion at Mrs Moremens We are all glad to know Miss Ilia May iticuuruBOP JxmiBviiio will visit our town soon as the guest of Miss Maytlee Pusey Wo all lovo her Miss Kleanor B Heudrick was a visitor of Misses Lillian and Virginia Rhodes last Saturday and was at tho second cotillion at Mrs Moremens Candidates were as thick as bees on the streets last Saturday shaking hands and kitsing babios Of course thats the rule now till March 13th Poor felDM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ First Term Ten weeks opens January Sccontl Term Ten weeks opens Apnl 25 doses Apiil 2 5 closes June 11 iSy7 All higher hr11nhes for All piecnt grades will he siislainctl Also A SiitciAt Couitbi on which there may be a domain Thaciius inchicliiif nny higher woikJ TUITION per month if t25 to 250 K HARMON For particulars address M F AVITT 1 OOXJBSB I Announcements REPUBLICANANNOUNCEMENTS COUVTV JUDGF ri- - are authorised to announce WILLIAM AHLasu candidate for re election to the ol fice of County Judge of Breckenihlge county jubject to the anion of the Republican trniary election Ilnrdinshurg Ky GLENDEANE Tom Oapii lias returned toGlcndeane Joe Mattlngly goes to Onensboro to-Â¬ Some people wonder why it was that Mr Dlanford tho present speaker of tho Kentucky House of Keprt ajntatlves wits overlooked In the distribution of bids to Â¬ WAR ON THE REPUBLICANS QUARTERLY REPORT OI THE the snell Republican dinner at tho LouIt was a pretty lively day at Hardlns isville hotel last weok Ii it possible burg last Monday t from a political point februar 1897 that they fear him in tho scrlbbage for of view Politics were on tap and flowed political pie freely without monoy and without price UltCUir COURT CUiRK The politicians were largely in evidence r arc authorised to announce WON JOIlY Tim Republican committee of this especially the fellows who were after the IT ma candidate lor the Office of Circuit Court Clerk llreckenrielgc county subject to the decision The Demoorals and Populists county have endorsed the Hon E T ollices of tne ltcpublican party NmcmLer I lection 189 Franks for the ollice of Collector in the wero on hand from every nook and corn- Â¬ 11TK are authorized to nnnounce KOMI 11 Second District They have also broad er in the county It was their day to WhAlllliltlOltD 111 a candldite for the ollice ot Circuit Court Clerk tubject to the action of ened their gates to the coming primary howl and they did it the Itepublican prinury ebruiry jlh 1897 The Interest all centered in the work They are now open to all known Repub COUN IV COURT CIKRK licans and any others who wish to allil of the committets which met in joint Tf-- are authorised to announce OH IN CtN- - iate witli the p irty in this election session for the purprse of forming plans NIMillAM at a candidate for re election to the ollice of County Court Clerk subject to the and adjusting tho ofllccrss as to ptcsent action of the lUpubliciii priu ary elciilcm Satur Â¬ Mr LiTayetteo Millers announce- a Bolld front and make one grand charge day Itfy 27 1897 ment as a candidate for the ollice ol on the enemy the Ret ublieans and oust COUNTY ATIOUNKV j tiler fciiliject to the auction of tho Dem- them from tho county ollices next No1 J I are nuthoriicd to announce JKSM R hhK ocratic party appears in this issue Mr vember They had no trouble in adjust Â¬ II KIIMK hi a candidate lor County Attorney Miller is a young man and an entirely ing matters the work of tho committees subject to the action ol the Republican pnmtr election I cby 37 1EP7 new man so far as ollice Beeking goes 08 perfectly harmonious and they came AirKare authorised toinnouuce leNMIIIhU before tiie people He has neyer saught together without even a ripple to disturb 1 1 us a candidate for re ulectlou to the oflice ol assemblage But ho Is one of our sub- them in their august Ciiunty Attorney ol llreckenridce County subject ollice before to the acilon ol the Republican prinuri election stantial farmers having an extensive Peacr and quiet reigns tho fusion is on Ieb 27 lity Following Is accjiintauce through tho county and and the enemy Is ours hCHOOL hUIKKIS 1 LNDk NT will bring a large Etrcngth to tho ticket the agreement of the joint committees rj are authorized to announce ANDIILW should lie win tho nomination The To Tiik Dkmochats Populists anii Citi llKIMtlM as a candid ite lor reelection to zens OK lillKtKENltlDOK COUNTY the office of School Siiiwrmtciidtnt of lire ekenfidge Ktws bespeaks for Mr Miller a fair con County subject to the Republican primary election sideration of the partys claims to this A fusion lias been f fL cled between t cby 27 1807 Saluruiy ollice the Democrat and Populists parlies of IM are authorised 10 nnnounce SAMltKI W Dreckenrielgo county for county oflices IAlKasu candidate lor the ollice of School Superintendent ol llreckenndge County subject to Iv our list of announcements this upon the following term to wit the action ofthe Republican primary e ection Satur da I ebruarya7 1897 week will be found the name of John D The Democrats shall namo the candi Heeler as a candidate for Jailer Every dates for tiie ollices of Circuit Court COUVTV SURVEYOR body knows John and nothing that we Clerk County Judge ounty Attorney arc authorized to announce Cm iniz Row could eiiy would add to his already well ShcrilF witli School Superintendent Valty as a candidate for office of County Survejur subject to the action of the Republican deserved reputation as a high toned Deputies Jailer and Coroner pnty Ilcction November j I87 honorable gentleman He lias aluajs Tho Populists are to name the candi JAIIKR been a faithful servant of his party and dates for County Court Clerk said Clerk alhrlzed to announce OUS I has made many sacrifices of both time to have a Demrcrat for oflice Deputy IrU CB1Jite for re election and money for the cause he believed to ABStssors witli Deputies Reprtsentative Hie toM Office of ailcrfVllreckenndt e county sub Jrel in the action orthe Republic in luiti lleo be right He has ever been n friend to the and Surveyor linn November iff people and if nominated and elected lie Tho Democrats also have the Magis RiiltlhlNrAIIVK will perform faithfully the duties tl at trate and Constable in the Haidiusburg KliUKCII WKircntithonredtninniuncfU are entrusted to his care lTniou Star and McDauiel Cloverport ite lor Retire tentative ol llreckenndge county subject to the districts The Populists to have the action of the Reiubhcan 1nin try llcciion Fcb 78j7 Thk Hon W K Minor is a candidate Magistrate and Constable in the Hew ley CIKClir JlIMiK for County Judge and his announenient ville and Huisonvillc districts I una The Device shall bo The Plow aud re election as Circuit Judge Mr Minor appears in another column ol the yth Judicial Districts subject to the action ol is a Democrat and is subject to the will Hammer with the it oster on the beam iic wemocratic parlv I recognize the Chicago latfirm ofi8tgas the true exponen of Dtinociatic of liis party of the plow if legal In the event it is No man in JJreckenridge tirmclDles T R M IIIAi II Januir 1st 1897 county has done more hard work for his found not to be legal the Device shall ISoth the Demo- Â¬ party than lias Mr Minor He has be Clasped hands COMMONWEALTHS ATIORNKV cratic and Populist committees agreed to lain icanriidite for re election tn the oflice ol never failed to jiuswer when Ills party Commonwealths Attorney of the oth Judicul Dis called In season and out of season in make no party nominations but a Citi in t ur Kentucky subject to the action of the prosperity and adversity he has been zens convention was agretd upon by tho Iicinteritlcpirly WhFD SCIILlF the Htnio indefatigable worker He has members of both committees and is here Â¬ ASSLSSOIi done the party valuable and intelligent by called to be held at 2 oclock p m VIare authorized to annouiice JNO II COM service and deservis something at its solar time on March tith lSJ Being I It its candid ite lor Assessor t f llrccken rilkC Counts subject to the Repiblicau piimary hands Mr Minor will make a good judge the first Saturday in the month at the elect onlbyjT DcruMcsJno I HtniiiiiKir len lauland Achillu fje lie nil bring intelligence and dignity various voting precincts in Ureckenridge to the ollice discharge its duties with county to select duh gti s to a county FUSION ANNOUNCEMENTS credit ami tho Xis thinks the paity or convention to meet at Hardinsburg on CdlVlY juiri the people will make no mstake if they tho following Monday March 8th at 1 oclock p in which convention will t are authorized to pnnounce V MINOR elect him acandiiatelorJudgeclllrtckenrldKcCoun nominate candidates for ollices above ly Subject In the actiun of the Democratic S tiurd ty March f th 1897 indicated Mr J of ho Miller of this cityanuounces The basis of representation in said CIRCUT CIIIIK himself as a candidate for tho Demo convention shall be one delegate for each ate authoried to announce JKSSi II Mil AVJ crntie nomination for tho oflice of Cir i ndidate for C ircuit Clerk of 2 or fraction thereof over 12 votes cast enndge Ctunty Subject tu the action of the llreek cuit Court Clerk in this issue of tho for Demo the William J Bryan electorial tick- Â¬ eialu Convention Satuid t March Cth 1897 Nkh Mr Miller is a young man pos et at the last November election The announce WIfliea1Jdl0a ctndilate firRICHARD S sessing the ipialillcations necessary for respective precincts are entitled to tho AN as re election the t nice of Circuit Cleik of llreckenridgu Countyto the ollice It would Hidii at this time following number of delegates Subject to the action ol tin Democratic Convention too that the party needs tho voung Saturday March 6th 1897 Hardinsburg No 1 blood of tho land tohelp it on to success No 21 COUNTY ATIORNI V Mr Miller is u hard fighter in any politic No 3 5 to feel that if lie should I nouiica W MAI IHIWS as a candidate lor lllNRV At cal battle aud we vfMteBl Cloverport No 1 County torncy tl llrcckenrilge County Subject to the win this nomination that tho people No action tl the Democratic Convention Saturday would lose nothing in his selection lie March tth 1SJ7 No 3 5 hasnt had tho experience as that of his 3 No llalltown IOR JAIIIR opponent Mr R S Skillman in tho I No Rockvale AVI urc authurieel to announce LAI A VIII V allaiis of the cilice but there is no doubt A1II II It as a candidate lor Jailer of llreek 5 No Glendcane that if he succeeds in the race ho will i nritliru County Subject to the action 1 f the Demo 7 No McDaniels cratic Contention Saturday March 1897 soon work int all the minutia of tho 5 Hudeouville No AVR re authoiueil to announce J D IlKllrK ollice The Xkus wishes Mr Miller S No as icmdidite fjrj nlerol llreckenndge Custer Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L n 4 PMnen rr Ontljr rtHt tHt tritt W SOIKO X11T TABLE BreokinridgeBank CIOVEItPORT KY 6th el ty of Piteni her 1896 RESOUKCrS Lo mi and Discounts less loans lo Directors tolC j Loins to Officers 4345 9S Overdraft unsecured 108a 55 Due from National Hanks 01 JJi3 from State Itanles anil Due Hankers 14973 8 Jo 07 ou tr lUrdlniburrf 1211 pn ro day Tom Butler Shrove was in town Sat Â¬ At the olose of busilnfn on the nMitniser IHIIy nrr UHtnW 7t3ll HARDINSBURG Rev Grtbe went to Louisville day jester Mrs Sliced Louisville is visiting in the city Last Monday looked like a Circuit Wii1c Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 21 IV vention Subject to thu action of the Democratic Con Â¬ Saturday March Cth Coun ijj success CONSTAIIII t rKnreatilliorlitftJ aiinoiince ikk Illsimi nt at a ranilirtifp for Cni lt lntku 11sIUII1S -burg District Subject to the ituie ii ntv the Demo action of ttatic Contention Saturday March 6th 1S97 Tiik announcement of Mr R S Skill man as candidate for re election to the ollice of Circuit Court Clerk on tho 11 Viii now really wlieru aru wo at HovAlborrsT Willis tVitutl Status minister to Hawaii is deatl Jiioiimii y tliu ltejiublicans tiad better call n council of war and jiroceetl to tlis posu of brotlmr Jones Hunter still thinks ho lias a straw for Tnitetl States Senator when that special Heibsion of the Legislature is Die called It is reported that the inmne asylum at Hopkinsville is beliiK wretchedly inannKed by the present Republican iu cumbentH What are the Republicans of this city oing to do with brother Jones case Fiotn all appearances it seems that lie will be ablu to manage it himself Democratic ticket appears in this issue ofthe Xuws Mr Skillman is so well known to the entire voting element of the county that we feel that any com ment at our hands as to his competency for the place uunecesfiiry There has never been a more honest painstaking and accommodating ofllcial in the court house than Mr Skillman It may be said of him that he has had the ollice long enough but on tho other hand it should bo remembered that the public lias had the benefit of his experience and it lias been valuable to them as well as to him The oflice of Circuit Court Clerk is 0110 which requires experience skill and a thorough a ualntatico witli the records to perform the duties well All of this Mr Skillman possesses and ho comes beforotbe people well equipped Â¬ Â¬ for service li oM present indications President Lucas County McKinley will not have a reat ileal of Frank J Ciiknky makes oath that lie trouble In selecting his cabinet There is thesbiilor partner of the firm of F J is plenty of material in his party to draw Ciiknky ct Co doing business in tho City from of Toledo County and State aforetald sum of It is a strange coincidence that so and that said firm will pay thefor each ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS many men nro idlo since the election and just ot ti time when they were prom Â¬ and every case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by the use of Halls Oatahrii ised that everything would beonaboom FRANK J CIIKNKY We fear that it was a verv idle prophesy Cults hworn to before me aud subscribed in The sound monoy Democratic con Â¬ my presence this Oth day of December tingent of the country at largo seem to A D 189 A W GLKASON t think a littlo strange of it hut not a one hKAL of them will be given recognition by the Notary Public Republicans when the time comes for the distribution of pie This is more Halls Catanh Cure is taken internally than likely just as it should bo and acts directly on the blood and mu- Â¬ cous Biirfucts of the system Send for O ASOOXIXA ttbtinioulals free nif tm IIBIII F J CIIKNKY CO Toledo O f MITT tlfUtSTI -vrtM s3rSold by all Druggists 70c Statu w Ohio City of Toledo l 2 No I No No 8 Webster 0 Union Star No 3 No Mooleyville 4 Stepliensport No No candidate shall be voted for or nominated for tho different ollices except in accordance witli the division of ollices as above set out and Populists shall be given tho nomination for the offices appointed to the Populists and Demo- Â¬ crats shall be nominated for ollices eo appointed to them heretofore J II Lenueit J Whitworth 11 0 Joilv Milton Hoard Jr Mike Miller T J Whitllll I Q R Murray Jarboe K K Greenwood T 0 Tousey S K Waggoner Thos L Wroe W 13 Taul Jr Frank Ruppert Titos Squires L R Adkissou B C Dlckman J B Frymire Henry OBryan Johu Slatou Alf Taylor Chos Priest Win Keiner John Cook K W Jones Jas Harrington J V St Clair Rufus Gregory K II Tucker John T Moorr D 0 Moorman R H McMullen Chos Fisher L O Bradley II 0 Garner J I Noblett S R OHiiyav Uig Springs Bewleyville NOTES SJ rSZSJ utsvreuc4tv m Well theres fun ahead Dr Milton Board siys its a winner Owen Cunningham says he will beat his man 200 in the county Mark Hanna Miller was taking it easy and said lie wanted them to fuo some more 11 O Jolly will be the candidate for Surveyor and Mr Ltjnnln will ruu for Roprt Hilda tive You Gold Democrats wo havent a We love you word against you Come in and help us Tho Republicans seem to bj in the best of spirits over the fusion and Bay thoy will win easy Court day Mr Robert McGulllu has been on the sick liBt for the past weik Ms Stella McGillon Lmlsville is visiting Mies Nellio Hook came Jamis Mercer went to Louisville last Lawrence Vessels Owensboro week on the hunt of a position up Saturday to visit his uncle Joe Mat tingly Mrs Pitkardis vliitlng in Louisville Sho will return home m xt Saturday Dentist Ilaynee of Whitesville was heie last week and found constant em M D Puniphrey West View was hero ployment last week attending the protracted meet- - lows Wo are agents for Oliver Chilled Plows Is it any harm to dance 7 Consult The little child of Mr ami Mrs Samuel your conscience and the rules of your Repairs constantly on hand W C Patterson Tar Fork Ky died last Wed Â¬ church Dont grieve your minister or Moorman nesday Paul Dempster had a valuable thorgo contrary to tho dictates of conscience oughbred ccon dog killed by another dog The condition of Mr B F Beard is in any way not much improved Heisstlll conllned Oil Mr Editor you did indeed give one night last week to his bt tl We will sell clothing for twenty per Mr R II Nevitl Silver Dick a nice Mrs Winebrinnor of Louisville Ky send off not exaggerated none too com- cent less than cost until February 1st to arrived here yesterday to visit her moth plimentary but every word tho truth make room for spring goods W C Moorman nothing but the trutli els family Mr Powell returned this week from - Jlr Jno K Kincheloe left ytserdayi The Epworth Leaguo held literary to attend the Kenticky Schorl of Mediand musical exercises last Friday night quite a visit to Grayson county He at Miss Lna Drury of Bewloyvillo sang a tended revival meetings at Millwood and cine Louisville J D Wilfon has been appointed ad Â¬ beautiful solo There wero S3veral Slirowsberry Messrs Bent Dockery aud Mr McDan ministrator of tht estate of Samuel John pretty recitations vocal duetts nnd quartets rendered iel both of McDaniels wero over here son deceased Misses Editii Craycroft and Alma last weok Hurtling at some of our fair Mrs Klfa Mattingly Rime Inch was Messrs Brown Pius Yutes Frank young ladle here last wet k visiting Mr Patric DiBrown Richard Burnett and Jesse TayMies Alice Brown and her brother llons family Fred went to McDauiels to a social gath Mr P S I1h has been appointed guar Â¬ lor attended the cotillion at Airs More dian for Bessie R 11 11 a minor child of mens and were guests of Mrs Boudu ering Saturday night Your correspond raut and Mrs Tom Hamilton ent was unable to learn more about it P S and Anue It BhII A good many of our voters are in liar The stork has started out on his New Mrs Carrie McCoy lias been appoint- Â¬ Year mission and ha deposited twe umsuurg to tiay uieiuieano nas some ed guardian of Isaac McCoy a minor precious parcels a flue boy at Dr J good men to place in tho fluid this jear child of Wm McCoy dt cc ased M Hardins John Btook another of Ernest Robertson can win for Clerk MrsR bcca Watliugton has sued her the same gender at our young friends feiiver JJick Uiven lor blieriU means husband James Watlinnton for divorce Mr and Mrs Bert Moremens Louis that another winner is in the fluid and alimony anil attached his property Lawrence Congratulations Mr Robert Jones of tliis place re Dr A M Kincheloe went to Louis- Â¬ Tho prospects for the Brandenburg ceived a letter Friday saying that his son ville yesterday to enter his son John Normal are II Utering R ttes reasonable Richard is well It will be remembered K in the Kentucky School of Medicine board iu best families good library that young Jones was sent to the asylum Mietes Noti and Ada Beard were in- instrumental and vocal music Send for last summer Mr Jones leaves this vited to a birthday dinner at Bewloyville circulars or address tho President A 0 morning for Anchorage to bring the boy last Thursday given by Master Herbert Burton or Vice President Eugene Har home desty Piggott Thoy say that one of our boys stabled Tho cotillion at Mrs C G Moremens his horse in the hen homo Wantii Firit cIaEs convosserp ladies when he or gentlemen Salary 12 per week last Friday night was a most delightful went to the party Saturday night A Mrs Moremen gave it in occasion Address W S Bkamd box six Ilardins commotion among the chickens caused honor of those two popular young soci- Â¬ the horse to break his buig Ky fastening leaving ety favorites Lon Nevitt and sister Miss Mr and Mrs Nelson Jolly wero here its owner to get homo the best way he Mrs Moremens house is ad Â¬ lost week attending tho protracted meet- Â¬ Annie could mirably adapted for entertainments ing and were tho giusts of Mr and Mrs UTOlIA NOTES and she is an a Imirable hostess Mis3 J T Baker An interesting joint discussion at uext Liunie Moremen looked lovely in pink Mr W S Beard has tho agency of silk white mull aud pink ribbon All literary tills county and Meade for a large book the girls were in light uttire Miss Nanuie Off en sings at the literary Mis May concern He will employ canvassers at dee Pusey wore full evening dreaj 1 ow noxt Friday afternoon good salary a neck short sleoyes a vision of loyliness Robert Moormans Trip to the CenV Rev J T Keenan of the M E church Missjs Lillian aud Virginia Rhodes ter of the Earth held every ones atPaducali Ky was liere last Monday McGeg te Alma Brown Emma D tention Mr Keenan is to be married to day to Edith Craycroft Agnes Worland Estelia That was a mistako about Sidney Owen Miss Mary Seaton His future home Elder Lena Nevitt Mabel Simmons going to marry He will enter Utopia will bo at Paducali Annie Nevitt Fannie Pusey Phillips for tho spring term vMr P S Bell and Miss America With Mary Lizzie Hayues and Pearle Wimp Miss Ella Robertsons paper Obser- Â¬ eis were united in marriage lost Wednes were the young ladies who danced and vations and Idlo Thoughts of the List day at tiie residenco of James Withers who all looked as pretty as pictures Week wis enjoyable Mrs W F Grinnell wore a handsome Sr Rev Joseph Duggin ofllclatiug The Honor Roll for Miss Browns room fcThe following inarriagt liceneo were black satinaud velvetcotsige with velous contains tho following names Silva issued last weok Charlie Clark to Miss skirt Mrs Eugeno Hard sty a pretty Mattingly Sarnh Burnett Luke Clark Atll May Miller P S Bell to Miss Amer Â¬ blue organdy Mrs Tom Rhodes check Cora Bishop Iva Burnett Vandormyrtlo ica Withers James Dickerson to Miss plaid of soft texture all three handsime Powell Martin Johnson Floyd ArmMary Allbright James Arms to Miss young married ladies who danced strong Tney range from 00 the high- Â¬ Too many handsome boys to enumerate Annie M Arms est to 0 the lowest that receives men- Â¬ The public school will closoon the22d This column Mis 0 G Moiemen and tion Profs llarmou and Avilt wish to say to Mis W II Gough are no longer young The RjII of Honor for the month clos tho people that tho tirm just closed lias but they danced with the same vim leg Jan 15 is as follows Sallie Robertbeen a successful one Tiie winter and as did their children on the floor Bodeu son Paul Dempster Robert Moorman spring terms will not be conducted at stadt was in a glorious humor and Fred Mary Peyton Hallie Moorman Ella the public tchool building m advertised on that clarionet was distracting On Bobeitson Monna Huntsr Alma Mat Saturday night tho mis is owing to an agreement witli tim ed througli Mrs cotillbu was repeat tiugly Martha L Powell Walter Moor Moiemons kindness man May Dempster Henry Moorman faculty of the Breekonridge Normal College It was thought best by those per- with our young friends Austin and Jr Elliott Moorman Bessie Moorman sonally interested in tho college that tho llennon OBryan as musciana They Ollle Hoskins Otter Oen Nellie Moor- Â¬ public Kbool close at the end of the freo play divinely and the scene was agaiu man Eddie Moorman Henry Moorman term The patrons aro wt II pleased with brilliant Lent is coming hurry up Sr Gon Moorman Jeise Rhodes John Â¬ with all the amusements the public school work nie Hoskins Ada Mattingly Saliie Rob Â¬ ertson studious Sallle was almost perThe protracted meeting still continues RAYMOND fect her general average for tho mouth Up to last Friday night there had been being 09 009 Some of the others Btand about forty conversions Tho preaching Tho following is n report of Raymond almost her equal The lowest named tills week Is at the Methodist church school for tho close of fourth mouth received 0o Our record is carefully South Ravs Breeding and Kelly aro Grade Fifth Roscoe Hendry 00 Al Â¬ kept aud iucltiies attendance punctuallaboring hard and they havu the support bert Knott 03 Winfleld Hendry 02 ity deportment daily recitations aud and co operation of all the christian men Ahmed Casliman 01 Jim Avitt 60 Jesse literary cflort of Friday afternoons and women of tho pUco The union Avilt 80 Carlton Ater 85 claes meeting last Sunday evening was Little Lelia Henley Jcnes Grade Four Dollle Claycomb 00 Otto largoly attended and an Interest is being Mercer 03 Blancho Hall 02 Addle Knott Loulsvlllo Ky Jan U 1817 Editor manifested in church work that has not 00 Crayton Claycomb 80 Jim Hall 80 BitECKBNitiiKiis News Dkah Editor been Been here for somo time Men Ribecca Hail 85 Oral Coomes 85 I am a little girl eleven jears old and i women and children are bolmr converted Grade Three Mary Belle Mercer 08 want to write a fdv linos to your paner ami most everybody is showing an inter- Â¬ Beltie Alleii Morcer 17 Viola Knott 00 I have never had tho pleasure of visits est in the meetings Dessie Ator 05 Walker Pollock 03 Ida lug your cltjrbnt I hopi to do so soon a Hall 05 Carlt Chappell 85 Willie Avilt Cloverport was the home of my mam Wwi VJ Journal iltJUiu ror w aa Peeke who 8i Ivy Squires 80 mas childhood days I am very anxious makes peclalty ol Second Grade Harvey Shaw IX Amy to visit my mammas old home My Kpilepiy hat without - Pollock 85 Reufrow doubt treated unit curKnott 85 Chester mamma is a daughter of Henry O Frank ea more caae than any living Physician i hU Chappell 70 Grover Squires 75 deceased and I am also the namesake of reitonunin We have heart at nui First Grade Volma Bruner 85 VIrgio one of your most highly respected ladies o so yean itandln oy cured Ho Squires 83 Claude Shaw 80 Lawrence Miss Leila Henloy Mr Editor my mam Â¬ htm Chappell 70 Correase Knott 85 ma had a copy of your paper pub- Â¬ publltheaa Attendauce 80 valuablo lished nearly twenty years ago hut on work on Owing to absence on examination day moving to this state it became this dli misplaced eae which my report is not so large as lost month now Mr Editor dont let this find the he aendi A mM mm Tarenta aro urged to send their children waste basket large boU regularly and are kindly invited to visit tie of hit absolute cure free to any eufTerer Lklia Hknlky Jones who may lend their P O and Express address We advise any one wishing a cure to addresa our school 2101 Portland Ave frtrfW B KX1X r P 4 CtiUrSt Vtw Yarft M Rkhecca Owincis Teacher Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ urday Dunk Powell visited Fals of Rough Sunday 10 pounds of nice green coffee for 100 at W C Moormans Miss Halite Moorman spnt Sunday at Joe Howards Rock Vale nanklrg House nnd Lot Attorney Henry Matthews wai here Other blocks and Ilonds Specie Saturday on legal business Currency Ark sodp Furniture and Fixtures Two cakes of Fdirbanks for 5 cents at W C Moormans Debts in Suit Vic Robertson will return home to- Â¬ Protect Account morrow butlittlo improved in health UAIIIIITIKS Jattlugly and family West Monroo Capital Stcck paid In In cuh View yisltreHhore Saturday and Sunday Surplus Fund f 1600000 13735 08 3Mt so3So8 jooo 00 3000 3sSit4 49 93 I78 83 45100 00 UndMded Profits Due Depositors ns fjllows i Deposits subject to check on which j6893i Interest is not paid Tims certiilcates of deposit on which 77371 3 per cent interest Is padl Fund lo Pay Taxes 9500000 603 t4 j 89 o It6lyj C9 39092 State ofKpntickv I- County of Breckenridge I A n bkillinan Cashier of The Ilrecklnrlie rtanlt a Hank located and doing business on Wall street In tho city of Cloverpott in said rounty being duly ftuorn says that the fretroinfr Hcpoit is In nil repects n ttue statement of the condllrn ofthe said Hank at the cloe cf business on the 26th to the best of his know leil e diy of December and belief and further says that the busincs of raid llink has been transacted nt the location name and not elsewhere nnd that the above report is made In compliance with with an official notice re ceived from the Secretary of State designating the a6lh day of December 1895 us the day on whch such report th ill be made - I5 A II Dl let j S Diirctrrs W II llowWKK J T hhlllMVN Subscribed nnd sworn to before me by A II Ski Iman Cashier the 30th diy of December iSjo Ciias II Skillman N V 11 C Commission expires Jan ifth 1900 IX Skiiimcn Cashltr QUARTERLY REPORT OF 1HU i BANK OF HARDINSBURG HAUDINSIIURG KY At the close of business on the 26th day of Decern ber 18A RFSOURCIS Loans and ditcount less loans to Directors oans to Directors oflicers not Included i S6 81144 Â¬ Overdrafts unsecured Due Irom National Banks Banking House and Iot Other Ileal Instate Other Stocks and Bonds Cash on hand Other items carrid as Cash Furniture and Fixtures Fund to Pay Taxes Current Kxpenes Last Quarter LIAI1IIITIKS Capital Stock paid In lu cath Undivided Protlts Deposits subject to check on whlh intetest Is not paid 18931 Time certificates of deposit on which 3 per cent interest in paid 5785a OTATK Ot HENTICKY 320000 592 70 3085436 3000 Co 775 46 3975 00 SAjicy 7 13 icoooj 2403 100771 140053 8j 2noo 00 71 25 3268 80 106783 96 140053 8j Â¬ Â¬ County of Breckenridge SI II Beard Cashier of Bank ol HarJinsburir 1 Bank located and doing business in the town eif Hardinsburg in laid county being duly sworn 8ajs that the foregoing Report Is In all resjiecu a true statement of the condition of the said Dink at the close ot business on the j6th day of December 189S to the best of his knowledge and belief and furher lays tint the business of said Bank has been trans Â¬ acted at the location named and not elsewhere and tint the above repoit is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 26th day of December iSyei as the day on which such repo t shall be made M1I Beard Cashier O V Beard 5 M Eskkiixb Directors It M Jolly Subscribed and sworn to before meby MH Heard the 29th day of December 1S96 H S Skillman Clerk B C C By Frank Board D C J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ac rs of land lying about one mle an t a hair east of Hardinsburg and the farm on which 1 live the place is very well Improcd a moderate gocd dwell ng house and all other necessary tut Unldings Ihelarmlswell supplied with plenty ol water six lasting springs that mer go dry the or j est ears Alsj a good orchard Any one wine unci see icr f For lennr etc nrply to or address tnemse ves PATRICK I KAFF on Ih e Farm Or V O llaboage Hardinsburg Ky 1S6 Farm For Sale Lime For Sale Six hundred barrels of lime for sale Pri e 40 cents a rel delivered at any point on the Ohm river betv ecu Lcuisvllle and Evansvllle bend me your orders J SlUAHTOWEIM Wolf Creek Ky ranted I- Â¬ terms to fcood men Cleveland Oh al Bank til Cleve and O - 11 Salesman to leU a very crmmlita line If Oils Oieaes and specialties Jewel Refining Co Â¬ uncic or My Promises Ia the certainty ol fulfillment of T each ami every one of them When you leave your watch X witli me for repairs it is uuf- ilclont guarantee that you will liavo an accurate and reliable X fiiml wAiih jl I I I 1 Jl His timepiece Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than We have by actual wear gained the reputation for miles around for the best X work at reasonable prices A T trial will convince you T C LEWIS Hardinsburg Ky 44aa fHR BROKmNRIIDQEi JRECKENRIDGE fWJDENSDAY NEXWS CONDENSED OLOYKRPORT KY Made and Merit Maintains thoconlldcnco of tho pcopla in Hoods Banmpnrllln If n mcdlclno cures you when sick Ifitmakro wonderful cures everywhere then beyond nil question that mediclnoposscsses merit lSEWS 11 1897 JANtAKY e J Kinleys Cabinet WILL r- - lur OH IENAT0R SHERMAN V It BE aoncitni rr-rr--r-rt nr ur oiMit w Makos tho Announcement Him- Rolf Shelby MCullomHoraco Portor John Henry D Long roads and bright spring like changed Wednesday Into nnd mud SlJ Boberlflon and wife of Skill from llonolulu by thecteamerMonowal man spent Thursday nljjht with his sisjust received aro to tho effect that ter Mm Dora Bon Ids United Stales Minister Willis died nt There wns a good crowd out Saturday night to hear Bev Wilson but were disappointed he falling to get here Farmers who have not disposed of their tobacco have had several dajs of suitable weather this week for proparlng WM It for market Mlfs Katlo Robertson after a throe Misses weeks visit with her cousins Peatlle and Bertha Bowlds returned Our ltitrrriiliilli The nlro MINISTER WILLI3 DEAD lo IIuhiiII llxptrrs ci days wero gloom rain tlm Momlii of Iniiiiiiry fl FiMNciafo Jan 15 Artvicei Mr Cailt NEWS 4i C Payne and Joseph Porifolios Mc- - Konna Aro All Slatod For stato portfolio Shcrmnn to tho Associated Press nt tho MtSlSTLn WILLia Fort Wnyiio depot n tow minutes be fore tho senator left for Washington 8 0 oclock on tho morning of Jan 0 pSterday nftcrnoon Tho senator had as tho result of a sovere cold contracted Imt ft fow moment beforo loft tho prcs in San Francisco while returning tc enco of President elect McKinloy Con- Â¬ cerning otlier matters connected with tho islands WILLAViNGEr PHILLIPS tHe incoming administration tho scna to was very reticent llrlttsli rorrvs lo Attack tlio Kins of Asked as to whether Mr Hannn llonln In HI Ijilr wonld bo appointed senator tho senator 1 kOV-ireplied that lio did not know that that was an an affair entirely of Mr Hnnna ernment has not lost any time in and Mr McKinley and that ho had no ing airaugemeuts to avenge Consul rdosiro to interfere with anybodys pri- - Phillips and his party massacred by tho inhabitants of Benin City west prate matters 00 40Mr Sherman was asked if any other coast of Africa About 1C olllcers nnd Mbinet olfleials had been settled upon ofllcials sailed from Liverpool for tho fby5 Major McKinley and replied that ho Guinea coast and var stores will foldid not know of any others UlSenator Sherman was in tho city a low next week Tho British Avar vcsfcIs on that sta dittlo moro than three hours and all tho tion will furnish a landing party of COO j whilo was at tho McKinloy home whero bluo jackets which with 100 llaussa prom- took lunch together with -i lie callers Tlio interview other WEBSTER confirming troops will form an expedition which incut lids offer and acceptance of tho premier- - will ascend tho river in launches to skip was given tho Associated Press as Sapnli Thcnco this forco will march Sunday was a spring day She was boaidingau eastbound Penusyl- - about iH miles to Benin City whosa most formidablo tlefr nso is a rampart of waniii train for Washington e Wo have an ever green Sunday ho camo with malarial swamps Tho expedition is MfBcuator Harrows ii Janntor Sherman left with him At provided with machiuo guns and rock- school here ets which nro intended to w ipo out tho Stile station tho Michigan statesman Not a boom but solid business has King of Benin It is expected that tho SEAM n stiuck us operations will bo finished by tho cud 1 on can t ay that I had a very plcis- of February beforo tho rainy season Mr Crutcher of Garrett was hero last Jant talk with Major McKinley commences from Supcli pjIIuH Gencial Alger been decided expicted to be Tlio march pieco of workis Sunday j a ticklish lupon for tho war jHirtfolio was asked Joe Jeffries of Jefferson county has Tliero is Merely a jungle path opened I can not hay opened out a large general storo here 3JYou aro liero in tho interest of Gen- - and ambiisradcs may bo expected fixal Alger aro you not senator LOST CONTROL THE GRIPMAN A great many from this community JjfYos Major McKinley and myself stalked over tho situation but as to tho Thirty Insrngrrs Injured In a Street Car went to Hardinsburg Monday fre ait I am not in a position to say ltuiianny John Coleman will go to Lousvillo IMajor McKinley has a high regard for PiTTMirna Jan 15 Five passengers this week prospecting for n job iGenorul Alger and will givo careful wero seriously injured and 0 others iconsiclerathm to anything said in his moro or less cut and bruised by an acci- Â¬ J D Bubbage the genial editor of tho iaor Governor John D Lonj of Massa dent yesterday on tho Penn avenuo News wns here Saturday Ex branch of tho Consolidated Traction We have almost daily evidence that chusetts whoo niimo has been connect ed with tho McKinley cabinet as tho company Thoso seriously injured wero the candidate Is abroad in the land New Kngland leprcscntativo held a P G Haley bioken leg Georgo Shin Bion Jolly was here Inst Saturday conference with tho incoming president go shoulder dislocated George Capper in tho afternoon If ho is tendered ft leg fractured Edward Taylor sovcrely greeting overy ono with a Millie cabinet position it will bo for either the cut about tho head William Steed Fred Moorman will begin the study of uov- - gripman badly cut about tho head war or tlio navy departments medicine in the near future timor Long left for homo yesterday About 0 oclock iu tho morning as tho veiling and as ho was leaving tho ci Misa Lulu Jordan is visiting Mrs car was coming down a steep grade near BUU1 tHUllll III illlilllb IUUUUUVU IUU- - Thirty fourth street tho gripman lost Board of near Gut ton clusions Ho cumo ho said at tho incontrol of it Ho applied tlio brakes at We aro glad to noto considerable busi Â¬ vitation of Major McKinley nnd talked onco but without aail and tlio car XXn tfinultiMi na nf Aiftn tin xiltiiwif soon gained a high speed At Thirty ness animation at Clifton Mills gfered nothing and declined to hay in fourth street it jumped tlio track nnd Miss L7zlo Hall attended church at positivo terms that lio wonld or would dashed into a telegraph pole All the not accent if given an opportunity If passengers sustaimd slight injuries Clifton Sunday and took dinner with Jio was booffeiod any tiling ho said it Thoso named wero given medical atten- Â¬ Miss Gola Orendorf ono of tho portfolios named would tion and conveyed to their homes but Crawford Beauchamp of Sample has He said New Kngland is almost suro to tho others wero nblo to proceed to tho ot tlio cabinet liavo a member moved here to keep house for Dr Parks city another caller Hon John Milhnllaml FOUL PLAY FEARED Our public school will close next Fri- Â¬ said that his business west was to at tend to somo comniitteo matters witli A Mllllcumlro Mexican Mine OunerMjs day and the joy of tho small boy will be Chairman Hanna and his visit with terlonsly Missing unbounded Major McKinley a social ono inudo just Ciiicaoo Jan 10 Millionaire Mine Lee Walls and Jess Miller of sample beforo starting for Europe Owner Georgo S Hammond of San were here pi rooting last week COMPLETE CABINET Juan mining district of Now Mexico is Justus Hall of JtriTdrson county as- Â¬ missing and it is feared ho has bcon FA Guru 1rom Washington as to How It fonly dealt with Hammond left Al sisted Mr Jeffries last week in putting Will lio Formed xnu guess buquerque N M Christmas week up his new stock tiuii io YB wasiiimuun hero now is that tlio McKinley cabinet bound for Chicago to dispaso of some Quite an interesting revival of two about mado up and will bo sent to tho mining property Ho had soveral thou weeks duration closed at Clifton church 11s for continuation nearly in this sand dollars with him and a quantity of Sunday with several additions to the valuable jewelry Detectives have Secretary of stato John Sherman or learned tliat tho ticket purchased by Mr church Hammond was used to this city but If you would have your town and com Ohio Secretory of tho treasury Shelby M further than that there is no clow to tho munity thriye nnd prosper political and mans whereabouts fCnllom of Illinois religious bigotry must be totally dis- Â¬ of Nono K Secretary of wur Horaco Porter of contain of tho hotel registerstour tho city carded his signature and a of pri Now York Secretary of tho navy John D Long vate boardinghouses hus not offered a Payne k Compton are putting an ad- Â¬ clew It is belioved by the detectives of Massachusetts that Mr Hammond fell into the hauds dition to their store preparatory to hand Postmaster general Henry 0 Payne of strangers and was robbed or perhaps ling furniture of Wisconsin Secretary of tho interior Josoph Me- - murdered for his money Mrs Ham L M Matheny our genial blacksmith mond and her daughter will arrivo iu Kenna of California Chicago tomorow to aid in tho search is still with us notwithstanding reports It is tho expectation that Judgo Goff to the contrary and is without n peer in of West Virginia will declino to no- tept tlio attorney generalship and that WhiteXcKro Hiingril liya Mob Satur- Â¬ his specialty horse shoeing Castie La Jan 18 IJEennsyivaiini win no given ino piaco Wo are informed that Mrs Lucy Kurtz probably in tlio person oi uovornor day night Georgo P Beauvais was waylaid robbed and beaten over tho head will build hero this spring yiastings by a negro in tho Texns Paciilo ynrds COXEYS CALL tho weapon used was a coupling pin to Make J Ho Wants tlio Unemployed Beauvais reached tho hotel and gave a EKRON description of tho would bo murderer Jlrmoutratlou 3Iareh 33 Beforo midnight tho highwayman had St Louis Jau 10 The most impor befoio his tant feature of tho conference of tlio been arrested was brought Tho negro 105 Cars Stock Shipped In 1896 Jess victim and fully of tho Ccjimonwcal conferonco was then pluced identified but at day Â¬ leaders Clarkson Sells 76 Head in jail just concluded at tho Lindell hotel is a break yesterday morning his body was Of Cattle resolution of General Jacob S Coxoy found dangling from a convenient trco nailing for a second assembling of tho whero it roniained for several hours IllCIlipioyeu wurjiuiKiuuu mi uvut tuu Tho coronors jury investigated tho caso iL flliere has been 105 car loads of stock ountry for tho purposo of makiug such and returned a verdict of death by shipped from Kkron in 1800 demouHtratiou as shall appeal to tho hanging at tlio hands of somo unknown egislatlvo branches not only of con- - parties F Sherlock J W and D II Brown tress but or every siaio in mo union Ilun Dun n by a Train went to Lousville to sail their tobacco u the hope of inducing legislation that Cincinnati Jan 10 Whilo crossing vill ameliorate tho prtsent condition of tho Cincinnati Hamilton and Daytou Monday ho worlciugmcn Miss Bettio KIchardson went to Louis- Â¬ Mr Cornelius Wolfe In short General Coxevs resolution is tnicks at Glcudalo villugo ville Saturday to visit her sister for sev- Â¬ was struck by rovival of tlio agitation of a couplo of a butcher of that ears niro This resolution which is southbound train No 55 and instantly eral days lestined to beconio as famous as Coxeys killed His body was horribly mangled Mr Richard Willed and family return- Â¬ ills head being crushed and Ids legs cut irst proclnnmtioii culls upon tho uuom ed to their homo in Texas last week after Tlio remains were doyed workingmen of overy city nnd iuto fragments lanuet in tno unncu oiaies iu usseiuuiu taken to his homo on Franklin street a pleasant visit with their relatives near notified Tho deceased here n tlie puuiio square or ouier jrauno and tho coroni r lacon on Fob 22 Washingtons birth- - was 00 years of ago and has beon a resi J s Clarkson sold 70 head of fU cattle of Ulcndalo and a promiuoiit busi lay iu open massmeeting Tho purposo dent Jones and ness man dining nearly tho entire last week to Ilambrlck i tneso massmcctiugs is to uomonsiraie Ho haves a wffo ami threo weighed them here u tho most practical manlier tho extent timo They averaged if distress and destitution prevuleut daughters 1100 pounds each throughout tho couutry Arm Ilroken by a hiiuw Hall Mr A V Williams Is a prospective Hoy Shot Trout Ambuli Brazil Ind Jan 15 A peculiar canJIdate for School Superintendent Ottawa O Jan 10 Whatscoms to accident occurred hero lust evening A Mr Williams Is well qualified for the a malicious attempt at murder Is just yonug man nana d Brackney weighing wmm tnil from Dunont this count v lbO pounds was strnok on tho left arm position and has a host of friends who Lato yesterday uf teruoon a boy nanitd with a soft snow ball breaking tho arm would like very mnch for him to make between tho shoulder nnd tho elbow UlaydOU wno was iuuuiiik ruiimxuier the race rnu timt tlirmili the nock by some ner- Mr E T HIckerson our popular concealed iu nmbush Tho shot is poi DUKES school teacher contemplates entering jatal limit excitement prevails ino telegraphed towii couiiniwionew have 11111 The weather crisp and beautiful the race for the legislature of Meade the Yli- lrwlluiilliill rriil f county Mr HIckerson is a young man Bud Tindle is sick with the ever Iains track being plain it is believed ho will bo caughtT A posso of citizona is Henry Itay and wife of Cloverpirt at- Â¬ a staunch Democrat and a gentleman of already on tho trail No reason can be tended services here Sunday high standing in this community and if assigned for the deed he should decide to make the race the Saturday night was one of the bluster people would make no mistake in giying Total Alxtulner Ind Jnu IB T A King of ones accompanied by heavy rain PeiiU him their support Misses Olio and Onle Duke were Richland township is 83 years old He saloon lias uover been insldo of u guests Saturday of Mits Etta f app TK The Tell City Journal says neither lias ho ever used tobacco in any The new story in the News will be Groyes this county was appointed doorform nor drunk a drop of intoxicating Til Is a favorite keeper of the House liquors iu his lifo Ho M ft pioneer rewi read with interest by its many readers dent of Miami county and i lialo and Mr 0 B Wheeler of Louisville visit- Â¬ in Perry county and a good man for tho hearty He attributes his good physical place We are glad to know you got condition to abstinence from tobacco ed his niece Mrs Dora Bowlds Saturday there Til shake old boy and Sunday wd intoxicants I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CantovD Jnn I ncceirtod lio said Senator John 10 lisp homo Monday Bev S J IMlchey and JJ Husk of Daviess county have routed Nate Stalks farm for the present year and will also run tho blacksmith shop at this place son-in-la- There was a cotillion party at John Johnsons Friday night Thero were soveral from Cloverport in attendance We lit nr it wns quite an enjoyable enter- Â¬ tainment Money the root of all evil can only go to tho brink of eternity It bus tho monument that marks the resting place of wealth but never accompanies the soul into tho unknown beyond lwo thirds of the countrys wealth is not assessed for taxation yet the farmer possefslng only 22 per cent of it pays SO per cent of the taxes and still they vote for higher taxes upon themselves Tho members of the church here aro endeavoring to raise sufficient funds to paint the church inside which would make a great difference toward lighting it at night A small sum from every- Â¬ body would make tho purchasing of tho material an easy matter p Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Wheel Tobacco Co is now a dlv It is dend paer It is not a scheme 2 THE MARKETS an enterprise based and managed on Itevlen of iriiln mill Ihenloek Mnrks strictly business principles lor ilaiiunry IK As soon as the above dumber of shares are disposed of the stock will advance to Cluelnu ill Tnltnt co Market 11 lull par or 100 per cent and will readily OlToiliig for l ho week Uui3 command a premium Tho business is no 711 ilioweek Oiiu1iiui for iholitweek run entirely in the interest of tobacco Ho J oo Ions IU growers tho stock cannot be sold to ony 1WT Aoual riilo fo i ho week Remember that the cliiB of men KocellKa fo i lio week his other Tlio iniigou p no on ill ill Minis o Company is live years old and that His established it is no longer an experi5 fciftj 16 111 now was us lolows 105 llntS ili tXl tW7 16 6 itMW IU 20 Be member wo havo no salaried ment 15lJ15 5 tUOCll fi b f Until in ulllcers eating up the profits and that Tho range ot p loos on tlio lfecj hhds this Companys expenses are a hundred 6 0 60e3ll tJ f oid wm ns follows fold less than nny other company of the UU fUti Ui 31 flW 03 IK ISIU 01 Buy vnur stnek now or ship same slz 63 tl 4JH i tl H nCU 73 11 llidib SAWS All us five lihds and get one share free Vittalmrir You will not Uou will make money Particular attention gi veu to repairing large Circular Saws Cat le Prime f J5 01 feeders n gret it Address 3 li til 00 bulls stags and cows Vi OOdS a 3 01 tligs Piliuo llgat 3 tiSi 7uj jWHEBL TOBAOOO OCT Every Saw tcBted by steam before it leaves the shop Every Saw warranted Heavy Vi 623 16 common to fair U 26 33 10 Mieep Kxtrn W 8534 U good Southeast Corner 12th and Main Sts Workmanaliip the very Lett IJ 2QQ3 60 loiiiinou f S 40481 oj elm o t Prices lower than nny shop in America Wo want Saws that other shops have 3 U0 LOUISVILLE KY veal cnvos M 5JJ laiul 7 10 failed on to prove our skill as Saw repairers Mark your name on Saws and send Cliulnnutl a letter of advice na to repairs wanted Address Wheut 0I 3j Co n 3inj23u Cut tie Selec ed ou ehers 13 Uttll fair to THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS Rockport Ind V THE Ii J 3 U3i3 75 medium comiiio i ti HlQ U 00 Hogs tjjlioied nnd p linobualios Great RUST0RER 13 1533 61 imoMllg fi 3d3 IUo unmou Rostores perfect IF loiougli f i 76tt3 U tiltoei ti SiOS 73 neaitn toranu lamb 13 6033 5 WITH inanliood und re- It Unco iiioes all obstacles to marriage 3 1033 61 Hogs Selected butchers mixed fl 3 ii3 60 Cnttle Nntlvo steers iiostoroa ma O wns so on Him b two boys who wero building a II o Iu mo s uvu for tlio evening ervios Tluy up u n lantern mid tho s ili wih tho to al destiuctlon of the oil a uli It a III l loliillr Tho laigo duellli g on Bills Fork in a used Intely ns a Gilmer conn y W soliool Imlldlug was so on tiro by nn Incendiary and liiiiiud This makes thai schools and two churches bin nod by bo bugs In that neighborhood within six weeks Tho monthly comparative Mutciucut of tho govern ment leeciptrt and expenditures shows 1it In res Ij B Fox nt MohlcauvlUe O made an tho total receipts during December to f havo assignment Liabilities nnd assets not tures been 9581711 nnd tho expendi i8iari04 which leaes ti surplus know ii W W Heading ner and grocer of for tho month of OM 1jO For ho Ashland made uu assign moot to bix mouths of tho llhcul year however a deficit is shown of 7ft02yn7 George A Nlchol ml ls Liabilities Tliis is tho first timo within Rix sets months and tlio second timo within tho C K Mitchell ono of tho lug it dry year that tho monthly receipts havo ex goods merchants In Owcnslmro Ky has Tlio surplus tiled n deed of asslgnu o it So statement ceeded tho expenditure of assets nnd liabilities has been made ex this month is largely accounted for by paitial receipts fioni tho recent Palo of cept that liabilities exceed assets Tho Hi st mortgage bonds of tlio Paciilo rail failure was duo to bushiest deprcsdon KI Bilght proprietor of tho West roadi belonging to tho Central Pacific Virginia Iru company and also proprie i iuklng fund which appears in tlio statement as a repayment to civil and tor of n geuural storo at Huntington miscellaneous epoiiditmes TIiciomiis Vn made a general assignment The as nUou fnither reduction of about 2 sets and liabilities have not been sched 700000 iu interest payments during tlio uled but are estimated to iqipioxlmato month Independent of this bond U0U9 truiiHKtinii tho unpins this month Walter C Arthur of Mount Vernon Ills has been appointed rcceicrof the would have been about 100000 The leeeipts fioin customs during De Mount Vi rnoii Car Manufacturing com d pany of Sprlnlluld Ills uKii complaint cember amount of to 10771141 u gain about b00000 Tlio of Wlllam A Taylor u stockholder The for tho month defendant company consontol to tho ap internal revenue receipts aggregated 13118093 a nominal gain over No pointment Tho liabilities nro 81 000 vember As computed with Di comber lb5 thero is a loss of about 1IO000 Dentin A C MeKlblHii n prominent b isincss iu thceustonis and a gain of about 44S man of Bethel O died Saturday of pneu 000 from internal rovenjios TOLLGAtE WAll monia Erastus Ihclpi tho oldest engineer on Legal llenmues to lie Taken to Open tlio tho Laku Shoie and Michigan Southorn Gates of Kenturk railroad died n Klyrlu J Saturday aftVAVcniiiKii Ky Jan I The threats Ii hi been wlththu company ernoon lio of tho organized nntl tollgsiters havo 4J years Judgo Gar C Duval aged 81 is dead In Fort again become so iolent that John Worth Tox Krifcclilod by years ho suc- Â¬ rison II Hillls has announced tho con Â¬ cumbed to uu attack of grip Ho was tho vening of the fiscal court in extra session last hiirvlvo of tlu Kaniiln mtissacio nt on Monday Jan 11 to doviso a plan by Goliad iu is a which all tho gates may bo legally Thomiw Phillip- - n pioneer settlor of smashed instead of summarily splintered Marlon agul Ml yuirs is dlid Ho by a mob Most of tho stockholders donated llliTally of his means for the nave already unnounceil that they will building of iliiTcicut chinches Methodist assign tluir interests iu the respective Luthe un JiaptUt and 1iesby turliiu and toads to tho courts was otherw i o publlo spirited The fiscal i onrt will receive theso as Mr Clinics I Owens vice president signments nnd win ro stockholders con I lio Allan Iu and tend for pavinent a commission will bo and gliernl nianngot of Damlllo nillioad was found dead In the appointed to review the pikes and niiiko bathroom nt his lesldeiico In No folk Vu estimates of lliqlue of tho shares Ho was fit incrly general tintlio agent ot lllen Out tlio Cm tho Plant system of railroads PiTTsiintii Jan 1 Mary Wilcox Grliur mill CiiMiiallliis aged about JO years committed suicido It A Hendrle stn lou agent nt Central at the Pennsylvania hotel 1KI7 Liberty City Ky wns inn our by n yurtl engine avenue by blowing out tho gas after iiiul instantly killed carefully locking all the doors and win Kduaul Flynn comnlilo In tho Forks dows and closing up every placo that of HMioii ptielnu Krniikfort Ky was would admit air She Mas on her way Int l y ijti ea ntiiii n night by n I Ing from Bethesda O to California Pa overu piMlplu ou tho locks at Klkliom Tho hotel people sav that tho girl acted station strangely during her stay there but Willi m Spinte an ngid rollout o that th y knew nothing else about her Lecsl 1 O walound by Ills w fo ljlii Stubbed Her lliinlmnd faco down In a giatn lio diagged him out but death icstltcd in two hours frou Nrw YoitK Jan 4 Bell Smith col tenlbo buiis Paralysis caused his fall ottd stnbbid her husband Jesso Smith Jcssi Hurt i ngd 13 shot and fatally also colored iu tho neck yesterday sevwound d h s b o nor Kdwn d aged li at ering his jugular vein and causing al Millursburr In Satu d ly Tl o broth most instant death Smith was beating ers were slut itlug at ruts an n Itullut In child by her first his wifes tended for a indent was sent crashing husband v hen the wife interfered and thiougli KdMuil HottV head tho stabbing followed Tho woman is under iureit II res Mount ton chit eli s u heist of Buoy j I HODGES w m iiuuci 4 Â¬ I Â¬ 1 liferent hnr Item on Vnrl Prepared lor i lll the llnt Iti aili r Burglars buike Into the general store of Ciogn Myemul Uliitelvllli O Sat unlay night and Molo u quantity of goods James McHuglies ot Akron O tlio murderer of lllclmid Vincent was nd judKcd lnano Sntuulny and will bo sent to tlio asylum The Illinois ftitn t en u y Is olmost Pay m nt lias Kvn empty by the slate on nearly vo ythhig except ex pono of tho IrgUlntne A jlm crow cur bill requiring nepnrntu conches for tho races was In trod need In tlio South Carolina legl lituro nnd tliu Indication are It will bcomo u law Tlio roada have In oi lighting such legislation for years Albert Kldler snld to Ih leader of a gnng of desKndiKs who liuvnbccti operating Iu the vicinity of Bedford Ind has boon Jailed on u cliaivo of highway robbery It Is charged o held up it peddler Xeiler George eeurlng nil hts money and goods Tho three Adams park uiiirdeteni nro guarded by 20 iirined moil nt Jefferson villi hi ThiJ leader Forsyth Was a trusted enployo of Mr Bow land whoso wlfowns shot dead at midnight and tliu husband Kept vigil nlonu until daylight The Na loniil Mlno Workers in session at Ojluinbll O decided to leave tho time Feb 1 previously adopted by the convention as tho tlnto for the i o v setto to go Into effect to tho discretion of tho cxcutlUc bjnrd and the national oIlloliU A I Colin Hon iif inn Milijeila ln Merit Is Invincible Lfnsurpjihsablc Without a Peer Writes it regular miWrilicr woh litis rend it for ninny years of the Twice-a-weeissue of the k fi stpil Â¬ just tho truth about Hoods Sar snparllla 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 absolutely permanently when nil others fall to do any good whatever Wo repeat That Made Sarsaparilla In St Louis Globe Democrat nntl this is the unanimou verdict of its moro than half a million renders It is beyond all comparison 1 Hoods Is the best rlOOUS fact tlio Ono Truolltood Purifier cure nausea Indigestion PlIlS biliousness jgcents SLIGHT GAIN IN rlECEIPTS Statement of tlio iiiii riiinenti lliiimees lnr Hie nnlli il Ileeetnlter 1 WMiivnov Jan tho biggest best and cheapest na- Â¬ tional news nnd family Journal published in America It is strictly liepublican in politics but it is above all a newspaper and gives all tho news promptly accurately and impartially It is indispensable to the Farmer Merchant or Professional man who desires to keep thoroughly posted hut has not tho timo to read a largo Daily paper while its great variety of wel selected reading matter makes it an invaluable Home Â¬ and Family Paper TWO PAPERS EVERY WEEK EIGHT PAGES EACH TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ONE DOLLAR FOR ONE YEAR SAMPLE COPIES FREE t0 Â¬ GLOBE PRINTING CO ST LOUIS MO Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ A Decayed Tooth Is the cause of much annoyance in the winter time Catch cold in it neuralgia toothache feel mean with the world Better havo us patch it up others might suggest to havo it Do a neat job filled with gold silver pulled or aluminum With approved science at our command the operation will not pain you Would you rather suffer tho panes of neu ralgia or suffer the payment for a neat filling gold will cost more Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WryMtyr HARDIN ofl Â¬ WILDER Brandenburg Ky Â¬ Â¬ The Wiliard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances aro Marblo and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed rooms Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Decorated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont a superior in tho South rate of charges considered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND S250 PER DAY Â¬ W Scott Miller Jr Manager 1 Independent GOLDEN RULE Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Main LOUISVILLE ICY 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Southeast Gor of Twelfth 1 Â¬ Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hlul and per cent Commission rus lrci WheelTobaccoCo Capital A INCOIIIOltATEU Stock 50000 1000 Shares now on Sale at 2 Each Word to Tobacco Growers IlilSslh jBpr rif jfca ffi Jew Â¬ -- Th e R ockport Saw Works Rcpairs of Kinds Hammering and Straightening Specialty 1 NERVE LIFE T -- 4 and 3 s5M5 5 li bulls lamb most sales ft HHiSl 83 1033 51 Sheo- p1 co vs r IznT V kVlrf t- Â¬ 11 iMiao Xiv 53 IS I I At lambs fl Cnttlo fl 165 16360 York 00 81loe- pELKIN3 7501 DEAD PHILUPHPUNCAN Fnther of United Stute II Klklm llwut fieimtor Kleplien nervous cutlio system and stops all vital losses Re moves effects of the sins of youth and ex cesses of ltor years Romovna all effects of dissipation and io pairs all waste places Curoa InsomuluanJ sleep Curoa I in iKttrnco and restores JT OWENPICKETT TOBACCO AVAREHOUSE C A Bridges Co oiias a imiDGES wauitiDGES niuiiiirToii Â¬ Cor Eighth and Main Str6ots LOUISVILLE KY FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE MJHf Any leatores itfreililng a till RATEBl Whkeuno Jan 4 Phillip Duncan nikius father of United States Senator Stephen B Elkins died yesterday after noon ut the senators residence Ilallio hurst nt Elking this stato Mr Elk Â¬ ins was aged 87 years having been born In Fauquier county Va July 1 1800 Ho was married iu Ohio ill 1810 to Sarah Pickett Wethers Notwithstanding his distinguished sou wns a Union man and has always been a Bepablican tho deceased was a colonel iu tho Confcdtrdate army and a Democrat Ho leaves two sous Sen ator Elkius of West Virginia mid Sam Â¬ uel Hobba Elkius o Cojumbiiv Mo Â¬ Curoa idl wasting diseases cad restores developineot lo all parts of tho body NERVE LIFE is tbe only purtrl sclcntlllo treatment and afTorlu relief frou It remans tho caui tUo first days use and assfots nature to efTett t cure Cum guumnfccd Special discount topbjslcluns Our new treiitlse on Xeivoui Diseases Mnuheod ill Loss and Itrcoery unilee free In plain sealed wrapper for two 2 ten stamps Mention thin paer Scad 50c lor TrUI Treilaeat ni b Coailactd NERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO vital power PtR DAY Tru most tentr Hotel In Uu loctttd tlu city KlMAJOO MICH Lj johnson MANA8IH 73rai Iouisille Ky a I wn iimiijii WTbuii i nmmtmfjt Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JAN News U A It Y SO 187 Iciiilillriui PLATT GCLCCTEO FOR SENATOn f Hit NiiT Vnrk lrclilatuie tlinnlmiii 1nr lllin fm BHHOKHNHirOm NH1WS Educational Column SV K MAKXION ANI1 KY MK OLOYBIRPOH to KV THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY CUNtlfCTKII AVITT IMRIllNi ItFO Reforms for Cuba THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT IS NOW READY TO GRANT THEM Thoy Embody That Can Bo Dono Within tho Terms of tlio All Law Voted by the Cortes McKinleys Cuban Policy War News Will Cuban Without tho usual formula of n nomiiiiiMug speech last night with no wind of eulogy but with a strength of votes that was overwhelmPiatt was named as tho ing Thomas Republican candidate f r United States senator by a vote of 147 to 7 for Joseph II Choate Two were absent Seldom if ever has tlo assembly chamber tho meeting place of the joint Republican caucus on thoUnitcd States senatorship presented such a lively sceno as it did last night Long beforo tho hour for ussemblage arrived the galleries wrro Ueforo tho ballot filled with visitor was taken a resolution was ndopted to mako the choice of tho caucus binding on nil Republican members Tho ballot resulted as already stated and tho nom ination was inado unanimous with np plansc Tho caucus then selected Ches ter S Lord of Sew York to bo regent of tho state university lft Â¬ Â¬ AtnwY Juu In llits oluinn wo uliill mJcJtor In date 11 kid nml nntwrrril ikIi ijticl n un mil Imol Intrretl What it Will Cost Tile Boys Enter The committee m andtienefii lotlio Imclirn mon tchooli rd pupilt itthe com Â¬ All Uachcrsare rrptfull iitRSil to cnnliilmtc tliotl arllclrs mil etcioilire too uorJs wrilli n mi onetlileof lliu papo on Upcs po lainlrg tulnMic School work All communications concerning tlili column sliouU te forwarded to the above udJrcts A OOOl COMMON 011001 KDUCATIOX Â¬ Miilrid Kpe The miwn rtiiit ncntpl ilully to th outlines of iv sclioino for Culian reforms which lrvnilir Canov H stininittid to her yes tenlny nt n ealmiet council o or which who presided In evplaininghin plans tlio premier informed tho neon that ho be lieves tho moment is fast approaching when it will bo Ixith possible and expe dient to givo to Cuba more extensive reforms than thoso recently granted to lorto Itico Tho government has already drawn up dfcreci which tho minister of tho colonies will promulgate They embody all that can be dono within tho terms of tho law voted by tho cortes Tho council of Ftato will bo consulted shortly concerning another decree to bo issued by Premier Canovas himself to grant toboth Cuba and lorto Itico still gi eater concessions in the shaiK of self government Tho cortes will be con okcri to ratify this act of which tho executive assumes tho resjxjii ibility With a view to promoting tho picill caliou of tho West Indies general am nesty for tho political press and ordi nary offenders will bo proclaimed on tho little kings saint day Jan 21 and tho Madrid newspapers believe tho Cu ban reforms will bo published arly in February without awaiting tho results of tho military operation which Gen eral Weykr is now pushing moro actively Tho government will not undertako tariff reforms in the West Indies apart from the ixiliticil and administrative concessions because tho wishes of tho colonies in that regard cla di seriously with tho Spanish trade and manufac turing interests Jiut in order to secuio tho good will of tho United States tho Spanish statesmen will certainly obligo tho protectionists to assent to West In Â¬ dian tariff reform reciprocity treaty with tho United States afterward Tho government is obliged to ap proach tlio reforming of tho colonial tariff cautiously on account of consider ations of homo politics and sil o because a change in the commercial legimo naturally will affect tho revenue of tho Cuban treasury which is chielly derived lrom customs Tlio Spanish government firmly insists upon tho principle said tohavo been emphasized recently by tlio Duko of Tetuau in his declaration to Secretary Ulney that Spain can not admit tho right of any foreign power however friendly to enter uninvited into a discussion of Cuban reforms Nevertheless whilo carefully guarding its legal rights the Spanish government is much inclined in appreciation of tho friendly attitudo of President Cleveland anil Secretary Olney to enter into an informal discussion of what should bo dono to secure peace Tho problems now being studied by tho two governments is how to make the insular councils of administration as much lis Hssiblo like tho American legislature without intrenching upon the legislative jurisdiction of tho imperial parliament and leaving untouched all the wers and control of tho executive and its representatives in the colonies Mho Spanish government is disposed to expand municipal administrative au thority and provincial self government but not to grant to tlio colonies control over or the initiativoin taxation finance or tariffs except through their representatives in tho imperial parliament Put it is willing to allow tho insular councils to express opinions on thoso matters and to givo them tho right of petition to tho executive lor nny modification deemed expedient Xnw Yohk Jan in to Tlio World m A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TI10MAE C n ATT Â¬ IV v iven h ive b en iinre in tho public ee during the list 15 years than Thome Collier PI It His entranco into uaional pol tV in 1SU was under condition so iiinisiiil that his earlier public car er and hs juvininenco as a banker mid merchant ive been gener on account of ally fiu oiten bail hiiilrh to pm ie his college eomso beyond I he so in ior j i ar at Yale Mr Piatt tin a I usine s inner which led the v ay to th pr s ib ney of a national bink at iiova N Y and to a siioeossf il vei fun n tho lumber trade in Mielngiii y ais of nv ho was In IHTi v hi u elected u rep slttive to congress and again in 174 v as clectnl to the Uiiitnl Stales smile in succession of Francis K rnon his term b gining March I lhSJ In ty of tin same year in consequence of a quarrel with PnnulMit Garfield mrt the IHribatiou of patron age in Xew Ynk state Senators Conk ling and Piatt resigned fiom tho sennte expecting to bo re elected instead of which tho plates they had vacated were given to Messrs Lapbam and Miller Mr Piatt h ld theotilcoof conimis sioner of quarantine of New York city from lSbO to lNS win u he was removed bv proceedings- instituted on account of his alleged non residence He has been a delegate to all of the Republican na tional conventions beginning with that of lbiii and including that of last yeir Ho has been tho recognized director of tho Republican party organization in New York state for tho last 12 or 14 years and though his title to supremacy has frequently been attacked ho has as often demonstrated his ability to hold it against all comers Mr Piatt is the president of the United States Kxpress company He is in hi tilth year Srliilnr Mltilull to siuriicl lllnm tr Saikm Ore Jan 11 Tho Republic ans in joint auras last night by u unanimous vote of tlio members pies cut nomiiiatid John II Mitchell to suc ceed himself in tho United States senate Korty four members were present and letters weio read from two others who were detained by sickness stating they would abide by tho will of tho caucus This gives Mitchell a bare majority of tho legislature The Mitchell men aro jubilant and claim that four moro member w ho refused to go into caucus will cast their votes for Mitchell rnie Â¬ tij Â¬ Â¬ What is n good common school education 7 It is more than is comprehended under tho three Its Itendliip writing and arithmetic it is true were formerly to gnrded as tine ijna mm j hut in this pro- Â¬ gressive etillghloned educational ege something additional is required of those who expect to command respect Every boy nnd girl should be able tot Write a good legible hand Spell all tho words in ordinary use Know how to uso these words Speak and write good English Add a column of figures rapidly Make out an ordinary account Receipt it when paid Write an ordinary receipt Write an advertisement for n local paper Write a notice or report of a public meeting Write an ordinary prombsory note Itiekon the interest or dibcount on it for days months nnd years Take it to the proper place in a bauk to get the cash Draw an ordinary bank check Make neat and corrtct entries in daybook nnd ledger Tell tho numb r of yards of carpet re Â¬ quired for the parlor Measure the pile of lumber in the shed Tell tho number of bushels ol wheat in the largest Lin and the value at current rates Tell something about the great authors and statesmen of the present day Know something about the laws of health and what lo do in case of enierg ency Know how to behave in public and good society lie ready to give the great general principle of religion Have a good knowledge of the Bible Have some acquaintance with the three gnat kingdoms of nature Have some knowledge of tho funda mental principles of pbilosiphy and astronomy Have sullicient common sense to get along in tho world Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eled by the Repub Â¬ lican comity ommllto lo lind out what it would ciRt to liod a primary ami ad just the cost to rnch candidate luivu made the following assessment L5 00 County Judgrt County Clerk 30 00 Attorney 25 00 Sheriff1 25 00 School Supeilntenilent L0 00 Jailer 20 00 Circuit Clerk 20 00 Assessor 1500 Surveyor 15 00 Representative 15 00 The committee figured on the basis that rent w ould have to ba paid for roomp in which to hold the election and that every odlcer would chargo the fee allow- Â¬ ed him by law It is presumed that a great many will not charge more than SlOO the law allows 2 00 Each candi Â¬ date will be required to deposit with county Chairmnn tho amount as shown above on or beforo the 12th day of Feb- Â¬ ruary 18I7 if e wshes his namo put on the poll books After the expenses of the primary aro paid should there be any surplus It ft in tho Chairmans hands it will bo prorated between those who deposited same eacli candidate getting his part of the Etirplus Aiikn It Kinciiklok Clirmn 1 Be Sure You Are Right If your blood is im Â¬ pure your appetite falliug your nerves weak you may be sure that Hoods Sar saparilla is wl a you netd Then take no substitute Insist upon Hoods and only Hoods This is tlio medicine which has the laigist pah h in the world HoodsSarenpaiilla is the One True Blood Purifier Hoods Pills aro prompt efllcient al wajs reliable easy to take easy to oper- Â¬ ate Whisky as a Preventive of Rabies Haitjmouk Md Frank J Lilz says he was bitten by the do which attacked the eight boys in the northern suburb and caiied the death of four of them Mr Lit it employed at llelair Market lie cays Hint tho d ly the boys were bit ten ho haw the dog in the market and at Â¬ tempted to mnko friends with it think- Â¬ ing he night fbtulii a reward from the owner Ho pelted the dog and as he tinned away tho doajunped upon him and bit him on the hand It was noticed at the time he sayx that the deg was foaming nt tho mouth and had a wild glare in his eyes The dog ran out Or Â¬ leans slreet lo Aifquith street and continued on to Waverly nnd its vicinity Mr Lilz sajs his wounds were dressed at the Maryland General Hospital nnd Mint they have healed aud given him no trouble Now ciimcs tho ttrangpst part of his story Ho sijs that he attributes his escape from bydrophebia to the free use of whisky that as soon as he was bitten he took n drink and that he continued to take ns much as he could stnnd without having it interfere with his bus Â¬ iness He kept up his treatment for several dajs and thinks the liquor cleansed his system of the poison Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And then go ahead Terrible Veajrcanop report comes to ut of a ino t dis tressful occurrence at Silphtir Springi tlhiotmte eajstliM llanfordlleinld Mm Welstr Cit who runs the prinelpil howl properly HiimIiiso daughter a young widow who linilieii reiving the attentions of a yi img innn named Kite Furenmi It beems that these attentions were dHKHul to tin mother of tho youig lady ntul she lino several times forbidden Mr Foreman to call upon her ilnughter Ounday night Mr Foreman accompanied the yourip widow to church the building being not far from the Cato residence Mrs Cute also attended church hut got up and left shortly before the services were over When Mr Fomnan and Mrs Cntos daughter emerged from the church door the young ladys mother wns standing closo outside the door Quick ns a flesh tho mother lifted a bucket of boiling water and clashed the full contents onto Mr Foremans neck nnd fnce So closo was she that the rim of tho bucket cut the young mans lip There was considerable excitement for n time and young Foremans suller ings were terrible He was taken to his residence nnd it was with much dllllcitl ty that his clothing was removed the flesh being cracked open in places and peeling off witli his underclothing Mrs Cato was arrested Monday morn- Â¬ ing and placed under bond Mr Filz hugh Rsnfrow signed her bond but yesterday Bent In word to tlio County Judge hero that ho wished to be released and a copy of the bond was sent lo him His Injuries are very eerious and most painful His throat is scalded fearfully and ho is unable to retain anything whatever upon his stomach His at tending doctors it is said give no hope for his life We do not know what provocation Mrs Cate received from Mr Foreman to cause her to take such terrible revenge but from the above accouut which we give as we heard it it was oue of tho most cruel and distreisng occurrences in the history of tho county The case is set for tiial here next Saturday A Â¬ THE MISSING WORD r w E arc nlcascil to make an cntirclv new offer to our subscribers in which every one may have a chance to name the missing word in this sentence AS INTIMATELY f SUPPLY AND DSFflflHD fiR AS CAUSE AND EFFECT It 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GtmiHn Jan 18 A party of emi grants en route from Missouri to Okla homa by wagon train were hold up and robbed of all money and valuables in tho mountainous country on tho west ern lino of tho Creek reservation The robbers secured abont 10C0 Thero wero six bandits under tho leadership of a man whom ono of tlio Mionriaiis recognieel ns Gcorgo Taylor the escaped murderer of tho Mceks family This is tho same section in which a traveling man recognized Taylor a AT ONCE LET US HAVE Y0U3 3U3SSllPTiO month ago and is a rough mountain district where tho Dalton Cook and Dolin gangs formerly had their rendezvous And with it your guess for the guess must in every case ac- Â¬ Ullliiril tlin llnlul alien Diiil company the yearly subscription sent in You cannot do witlfi Wasiiinoiov Jan 18 Josoph O out your local newspaper and you cannot do without a great Willard for many yearn prominent in general newspaper in touch with your section We cover the tho business life of Washington died at local demand THE CONSTITUTION covers the world homo hero yesterday from a compli his If you cation jf dUeases aged 77 years Mr are already a subscriber to our paper and want The Constitution Willard was very wealthy and was tho send us 100 and along with it your guess in the missing word owner of tho hotel in this city bearing contest We will forward same and duly record your guess his name which has been the stopping place in Washington of publio men from tho entire country Ono son J THE CONTEST CLOSES MARCH I 1097 E Willard of Virginia survives him Send us your money and get both papers one year and per-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ni men haps get enough money to clear you of debt or buy you a good Now Is the time to subscribe home Â¬ MKINLEYS CUBAN POLICY It Will Ilim r A try Utile ITum tlio Oim ililiil liy Clcw lnml PlTTsBUiso Jan 10 Tho Cuban pol icy of tho McKinley administration will differ very little from that which has been laid down by President Cleveland nnd his secretary of state This state ment is based on remarks inado to a ro porter by tho man who will bo premier of tho next administration Senator John Sherman at tho Union depot last night Senator Sherman said in answer to a question I think tho United States government should not interfere with tho Cuban war either to aid in its settlement or do anything which would mako a peaceful government of tho island a charge on this country I un derstand on high authority that Prime Minister Canovas has outlined n pro gram of governmental reforms which will bo applied Imtli in Spain and in Cuba Those reforms will givo tho Cubans practical autonomy and will I hope settle tho question lo Ilirclmii Culm Wasiiinutov Jan 10 Representa tive Spencer of Mississippi has intro duced in tho house a bill which reach as follows Tho secretary of state is hereby authorized to oiler to tho gov ernment of Spain u sum of money not to exceed 00000000 for tho purchase of tho island of Cuba and tho sum of 10000 or so much thereof as may bo necessary to defray tho expenses of ponding negotiations is hereby appropriated I tier 1roin mmr Nuw York Jan 10 Tho Cuban junta has received a letter froniCieiieril Maximo Gomez dated Cieugo Mujeso Doc S3 In it Gomez tells of tho re ceipt of arms ammunition and other supplied Ho sends his thanks for the promptness with which tho cargoes Jiavo been forwarded to him nnd adds that in tho future ho will lot tho junta know where to forward to him other supplies ami ammunition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ as to tho probable fato of tho fishermen are removed Manuel Holgren Charles Nylund Johson mid Otto Larsen came across from Green island in a skiff and reported that they had left six others on tho island They will bo brought over in tho lighthouse keepers boat As quickly as the Ushermen felt tho current in tho bay changing they know danger was ahead and mot of them scurried for the island All arrived safely but Kd Hoffman who was borno away on tho ice when a boat went out nnd rescued him Tho most remarkable escapo was that of San Lund who got to shoro in his sled He was far out on tho bay and put up 27 feet of canvas and literally skimmed over slush and cake ico and jumped cracks four feet wiib beforo retching strong ico DEATH FISHERMEN ESCAPED Tliry Miunieiit tn Hindi ircrii Ilnml lriim tliii let rioe Maiiixettk Wis Jan 18 All doubt WiTlHeRunT When Judge McBeath refused to ac Â¬ cept the Democratic nomination for Congress in the deadlocked convention here because lie was lovnl to his friend Mur- Â¬ ray it is hardly likely that Mr Murray will run ngiiiiH Julgo McBeath for Cir- Â¬ cuit Judge In fact we are satisfied he will not Klithethtown News Â¬ The Lecture Method together with the written examinations comprised al- Â¬ most all the instruction given in the old universities The teacher would fill up on the subject to be taught and the pupis under penalty of severe punish ineiit were forced to sit and listen while the teacher delivered a long and tiresome lecture He was a kind of telling ma- Â¬ chine which had to be wound up and started In the best modern schools this order is reversed and the pupils do most of the telling However a short ecture or talk at the right time on the subject of the lesson is not out of place as wo shall see later Socrates taught by asking questions hence we get the Socratie method or the question and answer method Many of our modern text book makers seem to think this the only method if wo judge by the number of questions pre pared for the teachers uso We should not use the Socratie method to the exclusion of all others The teacher may as well bo a lecturing machine as a question-asking machine though tho ask Â¬ ing and answering of questions by botli teacher and pupils should form a part ofjmost recitations Great skill may be developed in questioning a elass aud while we do not claim to teach the teachers just how to do this wo will Â¬ Â¬ Address all orders to Backlens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in tne world for Cuts Hruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box Fob Salk by A K Fisher The TAILOR Will be in CloverLouis Rjti port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month 1TO 3 TIME SCHEDULE with Taking Effect Casper May Co Ai 600 oelek U A Â¬ J H Hunsche THE SUN Â¬ Tha First of American Newspapers CHARLES A DANA Editor The American Constitution Father Hennessys Liejht Weight Louisville HeidersonlSt Jockey The Newslsider twelve-year-old hezud uTttr a few suggestions Sir PURELY VEGETABLE Tho cliiMipcit parent nnd best family medl rlnn In tlio world I An cllecuinl ipeclnc for nil illKciut n of Hi IUerHtumncli ami Hplcen IttLiilato tlio Liver mid nroent ClillU nnd 1owr MulnrloiiH fevers llowel Complaint Hcntkwsncss Jnundlcouud Nuuscu HAD Shot In tlio trifouce 18 of tlio Ciitr Â¬ Tlio Lokal Ansel Peuliv Jan ger publishes a dispatch from St Peters burg reporting a lamentable incident which luis occurred in tho czars presence Tho czar it seems beckoned to a gardner who was working in tho park ut Tuarskocselo Tho guard teeing tho man running toward tho czar shot him dead supposing that ho was n would bo 4i EAKUV lACKAOE 6 iuailuiit Tho cznr in deeply affect rd Ilai the Z 8tmup In red on tlio wrapper y this occurrence J II ZKII1N St CO 1UlladeliiUltt Â¬ Nothing lho impli aannt nothing so com mon nn it Imil brenlli unit In Hourly every ciuo It rome from tlio alomnvh ml enn lo kkuhIIv corrcctul If you will tuko Hlminoua IIvor lloKiilnlor Do nut lulled no mro a riiiitity for tliU rvpnUlvo UUuriler It will uUo linprovo your iijipctlte complexion and eunerul licultli CONSTIPATION ilioiiUl not no rttfurdcit ni a trilling ailment In fact imtiiroiUinuniU tlio utmost regularity nftliu buuoUunil uny Uovlntlon from tliU iluinund piven tlu way often to erlou dan tier Ulmiultoan ucceHnury toremovu Impuro neciiniulatlonsfrom llio boweUat It li to cat or nil op nnd no lioultli can bo expected where u coatU o lialilt of body prc alls SICK HKADACHHI TliUdUtrrulnit attllctlim occur mott frequently Tlio dliturbunco of tlio toiuach urUluu from tlio Imperfectly aliened con teuu ruunci a severe puln In the hrud urcoinpauled with dliaeroealile nausea uuu tliUcniutltulea what It iMimilarly known a Hick Ileudachv fur the relief of which takv blmnioin Liver Itcgulator Â¬ Â¬ URiVTIIt You mint know the lesson yoursulf Yon must be enthusiastic and relive Look your pupils in tho eje It is better to stand than sit Develop the sub jict by asking qmslous iu logical order so that you may not Irave your clabs in a mere tangle ol facts Dont question till the pupils have n cited the lesson Kremis MercerOounty Pa We be- Â¬ to you this holds good in such subjects lieve Chnmhorlnlus Cough Hemedy to as liistory geography physics etc be the best remedy in nee We uso it Dont call upon pupils in regular or- in our mtuiHe nnd it Is a favorite among der let all be on the aleit all the time our customers Hickku lines it Co Call upon the dull and inattentive ones 25 and 50 cents bottles for sale by A IL most frequently Let your questioning Fisher Drug 1st be a real test to do this dont ask lead ng questions such as will suggest th Â¬ Â¬ Leo Seannell a boy who lives with Father Hennessy has proved himsalf to be c ampion light Â¬ weight jockey of the county He rides bareback and uses Main street and about two milesof the Mackville pike for his race course Considerable excitement was created in town Tuesday last by the appearance of Leo seated on n fine high spirited mare belonging to Father Hen Â¬ nessy and going at a two minute clip splitting the pine wide open as it were iu the mad nice The mare was evidently feeling the tllects of the brac Â¬ ing atmosphere and good feed started out for a little run Slie was headed for Mackville and paid no more attention to her lightweight rider Mian if he had he n a horse fly Leo did the only sensible thing to be done underthecircu instances he stuck on and let her go Tho mare finally stopped about two miles out from town and allowed the boy to ride her home iu a walk There was considerable nnxlrty express el as to the boys safety when he passed through town the American Idea the American Spirit These first last and all the time forever Daily by mail 6 Sunday Dec 27 1896 CANNELTON MARKET WtH Sound Traint at Bound Kxprt Dally 12 45pm 12 SO 11 Mara 11 Traft IND Daily and Sunday by mail a yoar 8 a year Bpr Dally 6 MIIA Hxpri Dally 8XUm 812 8 48 8 60 UUJ H 15 STATIONS Mall A 00ISTI1LE Kxpr Dally 7 7 REPOMTK 815 30m IvUan Kentucky St ptar 7 2H 7 37 7 41 70 76J 81W 810 8 24 8 42 8 40 847 9 9 31 9 41 9 48 1013 1007 1015 1020 1022 10 35 1028 1044 1069 1107 1113 1123 910 flrandcnburg Irvlngton Webter Lodlburg Ilerce Sample Stephentport Addison Cloverport Shopa Kkron Guaton Wlllowddle Kock Haven LoiiK Hranch WeatlMInt Howard 7 43 Hon 2 1143 1137 1130 71 63 6 47 LOUISVILLE KY Jan 11 18V7 Bblppora should mark all packages plainly with ihlpperi nam and poit oQc addrefi BUTTKR Choice oountry Medlam K0US FKATUEKB 40 25 15 The Sunday Sun iB the greatest Sunday1 Newspaper in tho world 2 HI llJ J fti 6 JO 6 IU 5 67 6 49 6 41 J u 17 90 111 10 M 10 40 618 vromrj Vrsin a 13 11 Price 5c a copy By mail Addrckk a year 20 11 TlIIl SVfi Now Vorlc 862 907 920 923 933 9 00 9 01 1037 1019 1021 1015 1003 9 62 9 48 Holt 108 57 519 5 5 Prims white gooie Mixed Old No 1 daek 0 41 3C GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPOnT Local Agenti CO KENTUCKY 2 523 511 u q qq 8H 7 6 KO Steamboat Agentt 9 45 9 68 10 08 1015 10 25 10 38 10 48 1100 11C5 11 08 1115 1123 1131pm 963 Sklllman Haweiville H2U 11 Si 11 4 Icwlort Waitinan 1ovvera Owcruboro Griffith Manlcy Falcon lcttle latca 93 9 ill 918 912 865 8 40 8 31 8 25 5l8 4 67 0 0 0 447 4 4 4 Hem per lb Spring Chlckoni per doi Ducki per lb Oeeie per do IOTATOKS per barrel ui 431 6 a 7 g 8U 4 7564500 J Oil Company Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealera In 419 3 3 J 1211pm 1210 1220 2 20 1233 115Jim 6J 41 Mattintly 811 818 8 7 Worthlngton Head SpottsTille 04 68 H38pu 1155pm n48 12 41 01pm ar lUndern Uatsett ly 7 43 7 3ri 761 33 3 21 38 3 at Bueet pototoeper III From atore 2 to 5 cti higher Nrtjt Hean per luihol ROOTS Seuica Snake New La Iriih till 75 78 t 00 3 00 I 00 25 Doore Sash Blinds Yellow Tine Floor 720am 2tUB 34 318 3 in fjlnwng Pink Yellow J 40 0 274 Wild fllnger Lady Slipper May Apple ing ami Celling Werther Boarding Shingles Salt Liuio Cement Latbs llaster Plastering Hair Plow HandleH Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material answer Hold your pupils responsible for the answers as well as the manner of answering Avoid questions that can be answered by yes or no Dont Final- Â¬ accept arHwers in monosyllables ly see to it that every pupil compre hends the answer to every qiistion Â¬ Tho secret of speedy cure in sickness lies iu selecting the proper remedy and this is dilllcllt to do unless oue is sure what tho ailment is But oue thing is sure had the liver been actively at work sickness could not have come It is then always safe to take Simmons Liver Ilegu lator which keeps the liver well regu Â¬ lated and all poison expelled from the system way for Mr Blanford Blood H L Blanford Looks a Winner St L By Foidsvllle Branch FIEtD SEEDS The Hon Charles Illunford seems to inaomy per huiuel have made it certain that he will suc- Â¬ Clover per buibel TIME TABLE No 9 CritniOL Clorcr per buibel ceed rapt Jim Blackburn as United TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1895 Hed Top pej buibel Stale Maishal for Kentucky Ho will Orchard Oran per buibel East Hound Train Blue Iran fancy p r buihel receive the indors meuts of National Wet Hound Train Dally Dally SaUT Dally Blue Committeeman Yerki h who is said to ei bun ex bun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun OnionQran extra per buibel feti Yellow per buihel No I No f have as much influence with those who No5 No 1 wwte 11 10am lY Irvineton A ilZOarr will head the new Administration as HIDES 1160 Garhcld 110 Green rood 1206pm Harned 7 60 any man in Kentucky One of Mr Ulan Dry Salt good 1212 Junction 740 1212 fords friends says that the Speaker of Dry flint good Hardlnburg 7 30 12 15 7 15 Junction Sheep ikin Kentucky House of Representatives will U58 TOO Kirk 110 WOOL Jolly 660 go to Washington two or three days after 128 Tub wnhed Glendeane 630 the inauguration and remain theio for 135 Demntcr 20 on ar Fallsftoughlv 600 165 sometime If this Is true It may inter- Â¬ 7 2 20 Deroplcr 637 130 SUok llnckvale 5 27 fere somewhat with the plans of the Re Â¬ Barry and Outi 142 Kutb 616 publicans to elect a United State Senator 264 Aikln 508 MISCELLANEOUS 309 Oaki 4M unless tho Administration greases the illlOWlMHMItllHMHHMHIHMtlUIIMIM 3 30 4 41 Mitchell The well known Brands of iq j 1S 8 10 gri U 8 C C StOpm AtPordivilULv iS6am iJNl WIXlHiiMII IHIM Sorghum MoUimi MMIHtt MMM f Mll U XS 2 LaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaHLi iiiLiHiHsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiEyEiLiL iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiWJWrilBi1iBiiW E II T - HriMitt ij Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pair t9 m gigttjiTli rHEl BRHGKRNRIDGK W H Tote A Co wrlto tho following llecelnts this week have been Unlit Only 1440 hogsheads out of which a large per cent has been dark Offering for the week amounted to 0101 hogs heads 81 1 of which were rejected Re Â¬ jections have been comparatively light showing that sales all around havo been very Batlsfarlory The market Is very much fltromror on all erodes of hurley Red Hurley Is than It was in December two cents blither than December market Short heavy bodied tough tobaccos and red tip aro higher than they have been since last February The future of tho market looks moro encouraging than for bomctlme There was a coffee war on at Irvlngton last week The sugar trust wasns in it a little bit We dont know what brought It on but wo do know that coffee was cheaper for ono day at least than it lias ever been in this country before Just think of a package of Arbuckles for Oc and lc and down as low as 2e Vlt tltoe and Brown got to cutting on coffee just as merchants do sometimes It first started at ill cts and from that it kept on going down down down till the supply run out and then the war ended It was a war In which tho people took They enjoyed It and great Interest many a poor fellow Jiad coffee for sup- Â¬ per that night that hasnt had It for Mr Yittllce Eas it was a long time the best advertisement he has had since he has been In Irvlngton Â¬ NEXWS IN DR CREAM RANNfi POWMSt MOST K PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 20 1897 WEDNESDAY JANUARY LOCAL BREVITIES Sulzere bos la grippe Two big cakes ol soap Cc Sulzere Wedding lover baa Blackened up Gibsons New kraut at Gregory Jelly lu bulk Gregory Gibson Soaps Eoaps at Gregory GibEons Three nice mackerel lor 5c Sulzers Full cream cheese Gregory Gibson A A Lalleiot is quite sick with la grippe Louis Scheror went to llawesville Sunday Frank Fraizo went to Ilardlnsburg Monday The agitation of free turnpikes still continues Charles Fisher of Itockport iLd is in the city Mug Severs of Henderson was in the city yesterday Thos Young Iiitesville was In the city yebterday What has become of the Young Mens Heading club Jlichard Men of Glendeaue was in the city yesterday The CnniKllon waterworks have been lMlss Kinelluo Low is Scrubbing brusb 3c 0 i telling in llawesville at lmycentB a bushel Andrew Driskell of Hardinsburg was in the city yesterday Jimmio Miller will likely bo a candi dldate for constable The town was pretty well filled with candidates Saturday- If it is a pipe youre after see our new uibson line Gregory A Green county man has a hog 2 years old and weighs 800 pounds Local option people won first blood in the contest In Daviess county Ju3t opened a barrel of pure open ket- Â¬ Gibson tle molass Gregory Charles W Moorman Jr went to Louisville Monday for a weeks stay Miss Lillie Lewis of Hardinsburg is with her cousin Miss Florence Lewis Miss Bessie Mitchell of Catlettsburg is the guest of her aunt Mrs F J Ferry John Davidson and J F Chambers of llawesville were in the city Sunday evening The merchants at Irvlngton were selling Arbuckles coffee last week for 5 cents a package The lack of confldenco causee the Ger man National lank of Louisville to close it doors Mrs Thos Lewis is spending a week with her sister Mis William Mattingly of llarditiBburg The post oflie at Hutb has been discontinued Mall for thot point is now sent to Askins Mrs David Wilson and daughter Mis Till lauley spent Sunday with relatives nt Kuckers Flat Abo and John McGavock sons of Jno McGavock Sr this county are confined to their bed with measles Gus Shellman and llouben Miller of Hardinsburg were in tho city Saturday circulating among their friends Sheiifl Silas Tate was In the city a few hours Saturday night There seems to be some attraction here for him friary and Lucy Dean daughters of John Dean are both confined to their bed with a severe case of measles Alex KobbhiB this county together with three of his children two boys and a girl all have measles in one room Mrs E iz Taylor after a mo9t pleasant stay of several weeks with relatives re turned to K3ettalfr home Thursday Ira Dellaven has gone to Holt to ac Â¬ cept a position with A J Gross He will take charge of his store at that place iM W Mitchell took charge of the It will In Cloverpoit Hotel Monday the future be called the Mitchell House Andy Frank ono of tho substantial farmers of Toblns Bottom is very low with erysipelas Ills recovery is doubt- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bold for 0000 I Armies are MifM Addie G Ditto who has been with her sister Mrs J D Ilahhage for several weeks returned to Louisville Pun day evening There will bo a meeting at the Iuptlst church Wednesday night to make prep arations for the revival that will loin mence Sunday kGcorgla and Olla Graham daughters of Dr W A Graham deceased have como hero to makotheir home with their aunt Mrs Ella Gregory Ml S Clorkson of Wg Spring Ky had inn car load of feeding steers Mr 1J S Clarkson Jr en mo along to see them sold Louisville Livestock Journal Mr C F Redman of Irvlngton was here on n short business trip Inst week and spent a day or two with his fathers family at Glendale Ellzabethtown News Rev W 11 RutleJge will commenco a protracted meeting at tho Baptist church Sunday Rev Pendleton Jones of Bards town who is an able preacher will asslt him lilies Sallie Daniels goes to Lewisport where she has a position as awibtant teacher In Prof Robinsons Normal school It will continuo for ten week beginning Feb 15 Owen Rico and Dennis Sherran of Tar Fork went to Louisville last Thursday with six hogsheads of tobacco They re- Â¬ turned Saturday and report the market as being rather slim Dr J D Burch of Prtynesvllle was called to Jollys Station last Monday to Mrs Dr R W seo his sister-in-laBurch who is very low with nonsump tion Hesijs there is no hope for her recovery Mr S J Baker of Patesvllle Ky called to eco us while in town yesterday He has been spending a few days with friends ami relatives near Sulphur Springs Hartford Herald On Tuesday Deputy Collector De Haven took a posse from here to Hardin county and about a rnilo beyond Hardin Springs raided another moonshine still Captures were confined to the stilling outfit Grayson Gazette The difference between printing and publishing was aptly defined by a young You may lady who said to her lover print a kits on my cheek but you mubt With that he locked the not publish it fair form in his arms ami went to press LM J E Pate and Miss Maltie Brickey of Mattingly willbe married Thursday Jon UI at the homo of tho bride Rey It will bo Fred Weatherford officiating a quiet affair and only a few of the con- Â¬ tracting paities most intimate friends aro invited Charles Mook one of the most popu- Â¬ lar and deserving traveling men is still connected with tho well known estab- Â¬ lishment the Carter Dry Goods Co of Louisville was in the city yesterday and reports a very successful businets for the new year LX E King of Irvlngton has a fine boy at his house born a few days ago It is the seventh in number and the third They born within the last two years are all Democrats and if Jim keeps on at thH rato therel be no need of fuson in Breckenridge I W P Ashcraft candidate for School Superintendent W A Basket candi date for County Clerk of Meade Elisha Ashcraft prospective candidate for the State Sdnato and Samuel Dowell a lead- lug Populist of Meado county were all at Hardinsburg last Monday They cimo over to see how we run politics in Breckenridge The marriage of Mr Ben Bates and Miss Minnie Taul of Mattingly will take place Thursday Jan 21 at the r sidence of the bride Rev Breeding of Hardins- Â¬ burg will perform tho ceremony Miss Taul is one of the most beautiful and accomplished young ladles of that section The wedding will be very quiet and only a few of their friends and rein tives will bo presant Gabo Taul a deserving young Republican is being Btrongly urged by his friends to enter tho race for sheriff He has about made up his mind to do so and as soon as he can get his ticket made up he will be in tho fight Gabo is a young Republican who needs something Ho has beena faithful worker In tho ranks aud his party ought to reward him LjSharleston Mo Enterprise Deputy siieiui frame oierreu mane uis iirei ride and served his first papers as such ofll or last Saturday Mr Sterett informs us that he rode a saddle on his trip that his grandfather and father had both rode while sheriffof Breckenridgucounty Ky and his grandfather was elurlff in the ISOs He has no idea as to the age of the Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PLACMJU IT 13 FAR WORSE THAN EVER HERE- Â¬ GLOYERPORT KLV INDIA Tutts Pills January Mark Down Sale Cure All Liver Ills Invoice just closed jjooililijjistioii sound sliTp a fine nppitiie and a ripe old age arc some of the results of the use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue TOFORE REPORTED Sjiupiitlijr nT limt llrllnln la AmiKctl Appcali Penl in tnicrliit llnnatlnn Inr tin- - Hitnvri rit Will He Willi Irullliiiln Pltcrlini In Heal Danger London Jan IS For mhiio time pant everything bus pointed to the fact that India is face to face with tlioiniHt np palling calamity slnco tho British occu pation The Rprnul of tho plague came nlmost with dramatic suddenness on the heels of the famine and created through out Europo a feeling of tho greatest nlarm Up to tho present tho two visi tations havo been confined to sopcrate nreas but it is extremely probable that ltrliil A CLEAR HEAD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Known Fact An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases tho plague will ere long reach the famine districts owing to the i impossibility of preventing the migration of tho panic stricken native rind should this turn out to bo the case competent authorities look forward to terrible mortally as tho plague gornw will find fruitful soil in the emaciated natives The Indian government iccms hardly to havo foreseen such a gipiitic under taking as that of relieving the necessi ties of over SOOOOOOOof people uml its ready acquiescence to tho proposition to appeal to private charity indicates that it now recognizes tho insufficiency of its arrangement Tho sympathy of Great Britain is now thoroughly aroused and relief funds have been started in all tho chief towns The Mansion house fund is approaching 450000 and it in hoped that the total of the fund will reach at least 5 fiOO 000 which was tho amount subscribed for tho relief of the sufferers of tho last SOCIETY famine The itcwr p v r however urge that Fonio more drastic measure be adopted Monday Jan 1 The Bay Yiew Cir- Â¬ and ono of the weekly papers suggests that parliament vote a big grant or lend cle was organized India 10000000 A press representaJan 12 The Young Ladles tive called ou tho lord mayor Mr Ti Gsiuv Afternoon Club met with Mies Margaret George Faudcl Phillips after the meet Bowmer on High street and had a most ing at tho Mansion House At that meeting n resolution was moved by the pleasant time Duko of Connanght recognizing it to Wiiinksday afternoon Jan 11 Miss bo n public duty to assist in tho work of mersures and n Lafayette Lalleist poured tea to the extending tho relief Tollhouse 31 motion of Henry 1 P members of tho Parsonage and Home which invited tho county officials and Mission Society at her home in St Roso clergy to co operate in tho relief work were adopted Court Tho lord mayor said ho was hopeful Wednesday evening Jan 13 Tho that Americans would co operato and Young ladies of the Baptist church gavo ho wroto tho following statement which Tacky Party at tho Knights of ho asked to bo published in the United a Pythias Hall Mrs J 11 Rowland car- States lord mayor of London will ro Tho ried the first prizj and Mr W O Allen ceivo with profound gratitude any donathe second It was well attended and a tions from tho peoplo of America for tho India famine relief funds Ho invites financial success tho junior branch of tho united family 14 Thuhsday afternoon Jan The to emphasize their nohlo feeling toward Womans Reading Club mot with Mrs the mother conn try which tho mother Dr S S Watkins and was hospitably conntry cherished for them From tho European point of view entertained in her home in St Rse the plaguo is a matter of grater concern than tho famine All tho continental Court governments aro adopting precaution Â¬ Miss AI TnuitsDAY evening Jan ary measures at tho ports and tho imlieuo Murray on High street poured port from India of rags linen and other articles capable of conveying germs are tea to her friend in honor of Miss Ditto prohibited and it is announced that a of Louisville European conferenco will bo held at Fhiday evening Jan 15 Miss Flor- Â¬ Rome to consider tho adoption of com Â¬ bined measures to prevent tho plague ence Cottrell had with her tho Chocolate Candy Club or the younger four from invading Europo Russian got eminent has sent hundred at her homo in St Rose Court JTho to Persia to watch tho progress doctors Sunday Jan 17 Rev Donald Grant of tho disease and if it appears in either Afghanistan or Kiishgar the gave ono of his series of lectures on Persia Russian frontier will bo immediately Pilgrims Progress which was well at- Â¬ closed Tho Indian govt rnment has dispatched tended tho director Monday Jan 18 Tho Bay Yiew Cir- Â¬ ice to study general of tho meilhal servtho plague at Bombay and cle had its first meeting with Mrs Dr two chief olficials of tho sanitary staff T Saiith in St Rose Court It prom- Jiavo also gone tncro to arrange for ises to be a permanent organization in measures to minimize the chances of tho spread of tho plaguo to Mecca which if which there will be great interest taken it occurred probably mean tho invasion by the ladies of Egypt Tho Egyptian government Wednesday evening Jan 20 Tho has decided that if tho plaguo should appear in Arabiiv no Egyptain pilgrim Cooking Club will give their reception will be allowed to return until tho dis caso there shall havo become extinct at the hospitable home of Miss La Pay Moreover no pilgrim would in that case ette Lalliest in St Roso Court bo allowed to leave Egypt unless he Thuhsday evening Jan 21 The Womcould provo that ho had means of subans Reading Club meets with Mrs Robt sistence for n Hix months stay in Hed jaso otherwise tho Land of Pilgrlmago E Moorman Tho Mecca pilgrlmago is now a source Satiibday Jan 21 Tao Four Hun- Â¬ of tho greatest anxiety to European gov dred will be out to hear Miss Muldoou ernments and it is urged on many sides that tho pilgrlmago ought to be sing at the Presbyterian church stopped It appears that at tho international sanitary counsel nt Constantin Miss Maud Witt gavo a dinner Sunday to her friends at her sisters Mrs ople tho Austrian delegation proposed that tho pilgrimage from India should J O Nolle on Upper First street bo prohibited but tho Turkish delegaThe Bay Vlow Reading Circle had Its tion opposed this on tho ground that it would trench on nn essential part of tho first meeting at tho Ik mo of Mrs Dr Mohammedan faith of Smith and enrolled a membership Tho Daily News publishes a long eight There will be an addition at the article advocating prohibition of tho meeting which will bo held at the homo pilgrimage and suggests that tho Eu ropean ministers Teheran mid St of Mrs E T Hayucs on Monday after- Â¬ Petersburg iiWuco attho Shah and tho is the czar to proclaim the closing of tho chan noon Jan 25 at I oclock This American year of the course and this nels of pilgrimage while tho Turkish circle adopted tho name of the Colum- Â¬ authorities closo the port of Jcddah Great Britain under treaty arrangebia Rending Circle Tho class colors are ments can prohibit Afghan pilgrims Kid White and Blue and tho motto is from traversing India and can also stop tho efilux from Baluchistan Tho Aus Not what we give but what we Bharo trian govornment has decided to pro Those who j ln tho circle aud begin this vent so far ns possible tho pilgrimago year will be ttie class to graduate in four from Bosnia and Herzegovina Tho British Medical Journal mentions years clusj 1000 Its going to be the in a report that six plaguo cases havo banner elf si and tho one to round on reached Marseilles but adds that it bo this glorious century oi tho world lioves tho disease will not spread as the town is in good sanitary condition Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a years selling a years accumulation of stock lies before A backward winter has made heavy clothing a drag but lots of cold weather to come yet And we are going to make a clean sweep of goods in several departments A years buying Here Is Two Hummers Rubber Coats Â¬ Tutfs Liver Pills J week II CLOTHING The price tell the story Never in our store keeping has such cuts been made We are ofleiing you a big bargain Sizes run from 15 to iS years of age 81000 to 1200 suits for if 600 150 700 to S00 300 500 suits for - - last week John Bennett of Iuisville ttas In tow n Friday Arthur Mattingly went to Stephens port last Sunday John Spurs of Hardirsburg was In town last week C M Bobbins was the guest ot Miss Ida Hampton last Sunday Miss Mollio Mattingly is visiting her brother Jack at this place Mr Lee of Osvensboro is visiting bis daughter Mrs Bud Adkins Tho party at Albert Bennetts last Saturday night was a success G A Jones of Ciucinntl O is visit- Â¬ ing relatives at this place Messrs George Jamison and Perkins wero in town last week Mrs Bettlo Jolly was the jurst of Mrs Guard Uoberts last Monday Miss KUa Gibson ttas the guest of Mies Annie Bennett last Sunday night I go Brown aud sister Lena attended church at Hoberts Bottom Sunday If all reports are true Jack Mattingly will not be a widower much longer Dm llayncs of Union Star was tho guest of Miss Nellie Miller last Sun Â¬ AJ Tlicy arc good ones strong reinforced on shoulders rain proof SAMPLE looks like a shame to oiler tltcm at this price Miller went to Hardinsburg last A 500 coat for 250 A 400 i 200 Bennett went to Hardinsburg 300 11 These are great big bargains to get some of them We want you Come to our store We want your trade We are striving to please A host of people trade p with us Let us have your trade L also SULZERS m A I m fo day llewy Casbman of Itaymoud was the guest of O M Bobbins last Monday night Mack Kobbitip of this place was visit- Â¬ ing friends near lriston a few days last week New som Gardner of Union Star was a pleasant caller oil Miss Annie Bennett last Sunday 1rof Sam Bate of Hardinsburg was the guest of Mrs Will Jolly last Saturday and Sunday Assignees FRIDAY Sale MB SATURDAY JANUARY 22 and 23 Â¬ Miss Nellie Grant of Stephensport was the guest of Miss Leua Brown la t Sella Poxs Jewels Saturday and Sunday Bud 1ayno aud John Gibson atended the party at Mr B imsleys last Monday night They report a fine time Mieses llattie Lyons and Mamie Haw kins were the guess of Mif sjs Addie and Lucy Jolly last Saturday night Misses Kiln Gibson and Annie Bennett wero the guests of Mr Water Brumlield aud family one night luM week Mrs Cratter Jolly and M rs Jane Brown uttendtd the funeral of Bobert Casbman at Uuion Slar last Thursday MistcsDee Basham aud Nettie Cash man aud brother Hewy of ltaymond attended tho party at Mr Bennetts last Saturday night Miss Annie Itenuott entertained quite a number of her friends at an oyster supper and pound party last Saturday night They all seemed to enjoy themTliosj that attended from afar selves wtrolrof Sam latoof Hardinsburg Miss Â¬ es Nettie Casbman Dee Basham and Claud Hewy Casbman of ltaymond Brashear and Newsom Gardner of Union Star Misses Zilma Lay Jacy Ida Jarrett and Metsrs McKaughun John Jarrett and Herman Lay of Steph et sport j Mrs Hugh lrymlre and Mis MIbscb Hubeit Bruner of Preston Mamie Hawkins and llattie Lyons of New llilhel Â¬ Â¬ Grand Closing Out Sale of Dry Goods Clothing Hats Boots and Shoes Hardware Groceries and Notions These goods must and will be sold regardless of cost If you want bargains Be on now is your time and opportunity hand next Friday and Saturday January 22 and 23 V G BABBAGE Assignee Of E Pile BOOE EEEPIlia SHOET HAHD TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC Tiioeo who have men Delia Fox as Baddle ful Owen Hubblns who has been visiting friends at Hawsvllle was in the city Saturday enroute to Hardinsburg his homo -- ST5rion Weatherholt ono of the aspir I am In ants for the post oflke says the light to a flulah Too much fun to draw off tttobt U 1ierco has sold his livery business in this city to Messrs II L Stader and F T Heyter who will coutlnue the bustnffs Clarence Redman of Glendale the youngest son of Mr Al Redman is ser iously 111 with consumption Elizabeth town Nows r Sluce our last weeks issue the post office contest in Cloverport has taken upon Itself swtral phases but It has about settled back now to the sane old level Frank Jones of color became a candidate at tho first of last week and made things quite lively for a few days but he drew off on Saturday aud things are moving now just as of yore Miss Eter May Tucker 22 yeara of ago daughter James Tucker a farmer residing near Tar Springs was severely burned one day last week She was standing by the fire when her dress caught and she was soon wrapped in Her father caught her and llimes throwing her on a bed wrapptd quilts around her and smothered the fire It was this quick and efficient work that saved her lib Henry Schank Sr a promlnoat and o farmer residing on Bear Creek near Rome Ind was suddenly taken ill lost Monday of pneumonia and died Wednesday eveulng at 2 oclock Mr Schank was 80 years old and had attend ed church with his family at Rome Sun day appearing to to in perfect health Mrs Michael Hammanand son Charles Peter Dhonou and daughter Alias Har- Â¬ riet of this city who aro relatives of Mr Fchauk went Thursday to attend his Mr funeral which occurred Friday Schank was one of the wealthiest farmers in Perry county His estate is vnued at well-to-dÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children 200000 Clairotte i i The Little Trooper will re membor tho gorgeous j iwels in which she arrays herself until she shines as a Her favorite veritable star should do stono is the ill omened opal and it is her birth stone too for she first saw tho light in the month of October Most ot herrings and she has a score havo opals In them Sho has numerous other gems enough in fact to keep their owner in omfort for many years If the comic opera business should strike a snag Ono of the handsomest of her ornaments is a diamond necklace composed of sev stones aud numerous eial burners smaller ones and when tho calcium light is thrown on the glittering little actress she fairly sciutillato with brightness Usldtsthfs necklace tboro are to be seen upon Clalrettbs bodice a dagger studded with diamonds a flick of five j iweled birds several buttoillies set with rubles diamonds sapphires and emer- Â¬ alds an opal star surrounded with two rows of large diamonds an opal heart similarly framed a iuuburst of dia- Â¬ monds two large diamond crescents a tiara ot three large diamond stars and a crown ol diamonds mounted by pins That Mlaa Fox roust posit si an unuos ual amount of ingenuity goes without saying for it certainly takes a superla tive quantity of skill to arrange such a jewelry shop tastefully on one small person at oue time The Critic The local reporter is indebted to ono of Cloverports most charming and intelligent young ladles for tho society news that appears in this issue Â¬ HOLT EXPECTANT MOTHERS tVe Oircr You a RHniiDY Which INSUUI1S Safety ol Life to Aloth- cr una Chllil Who desires to better his or her condition in life should write for tho Cataloguo of tho ucA IN 1 i 3rlfoM0Pt MOTHERS FRIEND Robs ConfinemantoNlj Mv nlfo iumiI Pain Honor and Risk I I jilllllMlV HlliMI 10- lorn hlrlli ir lior llrit clilMHllo illil not niisnulckly BiilTorlniiiillltNrSurltlNS mlioypil lit lliu rrlliuiu Uour suHurliiR hut lllllo ulielmil iioiiitliMultorwurtluuilbvr recovery win rumi 1 j lunnaiun jiumuu 4 m Bent liy Mull nr IxnrcsH na rerdpt of uuiue noon jo jhuiu- rlrr Vlo ers lr uiulluU lre iiiitnniii itiMiiiiunit co BOLD AtUuii o DY AIL DItDQQtST8 DID YOU EVER STOP how many and To think varied are tho articles which aro kept by an all round druggist Brushes for tho tetb brushes for the hair brushes for the bath brushrs for tho hands Sweet scented soaps sweet scented essences sweet rcented powders for the ward- Â¬ robe Hot water bottles bot- medicine till you cant rest K vonil Wrn tnnro nlinnt out varietv youd come here nftener Come to eoa us iivd lui upturn Mrs John Iulliain is visiting her daughter Mrs J I Sampley at Beth Â¬ any Illiuois There aro several casts of the measles in the Bottom Mr and Mrs Koy Aubert returned to their homo in Illinois lost week after several weeks visit witli friends and relativis at Addson Prof Kngene Gilliland will teach a two mouths subscription school at the clote of his present term Mlm Brook Stephens is visiting her sisters Mrs Miliary and Mrs Norton in Louisville Tho colored peoples new school house aud church Is Hearing completion The dwelling of Mrs Dan It an who lives in Indiana opposito this place was burned with most all of tho contents last Monday evening n defective iluo it is thought wifa tho causo Mr Sherman Ball and Mr Wm Haw kins candidates for Circuit Clerk and Jailer respectfully gave ui a call lost Â¬ 6l STRATTON BUos5igE BRYANT 400 THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE KY No - FOUND DEAD MyaUiiuiu Miudiror THE- FIELD late Kli For Sale Â¬ lank iluildrn Neur DilllllHC DunAXCE O Jim IS Frank Glad den u young limn n xliUiiK eaut of this city wtia manleriMl in n mysterious lniiniKr Sntnrduy morning by im un- Â¬ week A snow would be a great benefit to wheat Henry Schank a prominent cltlxan of near Home Ind died of pneumonia fever after an lllnesi of only ono day last Thursday aged 80 years There Is a good deal of moving and changing around going on lit the Bot- Â¬ tom now mm ifuitica ui f m U SHORT HAYNES Cloverport Ky known afchjissiu Glwlfhii worked on a Ij farm near Coiitinontul ulotit lJ miles cast of tills rity Ho was w orking tilouo in a flolil luiduig u conifecdi r when the crinio was cnmnittu d A neighbor who drove iwst saw Gladden lying on his face near the wagon Ho carried tho unconscious man to tho house where it was discovered that u bullet hud entered his back just between the Bhouldor blades Gladden died without regain lug coiisciouPiies An examiiiuton of ho giound whero Gluddeu lay bhowed that some one had walked aenvs the Held near to where ho stood then turned aud retraced his stops to the road Tho otUeiuls nro mak ing every effort to get sum trace of tho murderer and havo bocured 11 i ounlo of BLUE trained bloodhounds to hunt him down run Friends of tho murdered mun can assigu no cuofeo for tho crime tmprovtd Chester White and 1oUnd China Ilradtey No 734 and twine Vis eithej m herd IliiK from tile ltiult or u Irliti Jluht lllk Cyclone head my It 1 Itoclt I llramAi S U Wyundottci Nkw Yokk Jan i James DntTy of S AltnII Leghorns and lmbden lierte C llh Boston tho featherweight pugilist who scorinr prize stock reasonable Vgg Jloo per 15 tho arena and oo per 7 carefully packed for shipping unconscious in became solkncd satisfaction Your putronair kindly of the llroadway Athlutlo club Saturday Kuarsnlccd ltespectfuilv 11 A PARKS Clifton Mills Ky night at the finish of a 10 rouud bout with Georgo Jnstico n pugilist of this city is lying at tho point of death in St Mrs It M Jolly went to Mt Vernon Vincents hospital Ho is still uncon III last week to see her mothw Mrs ex scious and his death is momentarily Nannie Williams who la que fitok pected Â¬ property bclonsmf to tlie Murray und to tarry out llm loiulitiuo oflhc truiiol Hit II Murriyniul wile Utclyn N Murruy to the unilerkijiicJ a 1 rutra ami ut the iimlcr a mutil of lllinton Durrun nbtkrcijulirment in front tr nt auction truit ilccil 1 will lrll ut the Iutt oAiiD at L In rrport Ky at noon un Wrd neUy tin intlnlav nl Kcbruaiy l8y7 A certain factor lanilcuniaininr lj6 acre moro or lest unlet ol Clotrrl utir the tiuiatnl within llaiuimluiri- - lunipile the unio ruling Inn convey ed In the lalil Kli II Murray by David K Murray the and wife by deed dated Auitutt 30th 187 land it euily teen l it adjacent to the brick worWa balance In oue lrrmt of ale One third ckh the and two eur with litn notes on property LOGAN C MlKUAYTiuitee AtTiustreofrerlini 11 SPRING HERD sui ciiLi Â¬ Â¬ 6 THE BREXGKJNRIDQR NBWS GLOYERPORT KY Day A Breckinridge NORMAL College inauguration Second Term Opens Nov Fouu Couitsus CONDENSED NEWa 10 1S9G M HBflB0 UWL XtSU KrJW When you tafco Hoods Pills 1 lie lilg pills which tear oil nil to siisu-i-oite- d pieces me not In It Willi Hoods l asy to take j y Diplo Pedagogy Business Scientific Classical mas granted in all courses Latin The Cumulative method is used in teaching the languages Greek German and French A Special Course for those who wish to prcpntc for Tcacheas Cercan of Iliioyms O dead In his limn tificate In tins course the students will he fitted for teachers by actual work in our MODEL SCHOOL Tho Decorations Illuminations and S mutiny morning of Purls has forbidden t Cardinal Hli linnl Special terms to 11320 pays tuition for all courses except music tlin priests of his dlueofo to iitUiul dra Ceremonlos Will at Least much as live months tuition in advance those wishing to pay as iiuitlo pnrfurnmt cm Tho Queen of Kuglnnd lias donated 605 Hoard 200 to ij250 per week Equal in Boauly and to tho India f iiutne rvllef fund which has Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for been i p lied by tu lo d mayor of Ioudon teaching can make arrangements with the President of the College to Tho KiMshvi iieiulinya St 1 o orhurg It will pay you if Write for paiticulars at once attend school here linselectol ns limio nry in in jrs Lord to attend a first class school at a small cost you desire Tlioso of Any Kelvin mid Dr Hnion Newcotujof Wash Imurossiveness ington D S RORERTS Jr Pres Ilardinsburg Ky Address A Grand Western p isMinger train rnn Formor Inauguration FELIX KERRICK Ilaidinsburg Ky or Into nil Intcrurbaii tiollcy curat Minneapolis Injuring six piwiigortonoof whom Â¬ Â¬ Interesting Items nn Varl ipelnll rrepnrcil Tor ARRANGEMENTS BEING MADE the llnly Itrmlrr Miss Olsrn Net hei sole the nctress U FOR IT IN WASHINGTON quite 111 at tho Chlttomlcu hotel In Co- nimbus O George ltoblnnn aged 47 was found nllrrilnn eif The Greatest Sensation Of The Day Is GEO YEAKIiL COS Happy New Year To You All ou Siulijrrt Â¬ Breckenridge WEDNESDAY A News JO ILYONIA Pate Voyles will work with Pat Bulks this year Prayer meeting at the chuich every Saturday night The protracted meeting at Wtst Point closed last week ou account of measles People were afrad to attend Little Hobblns Wright was quite sick last week but is better now Levi Yoylec of near Ilardinsburg spent last week here with relatives G W Cor ley and ftruily returned from Aetuaville Sunday where they have been at the bedside of her mother Mrs S trope W W Kiddle profiM or of mathematics at the stato unlverdtr may dtu 11 JANUARY 1897 CounÂ¬ Pleasent Word for the Meade ty Candidates Weed S Clielf for re eliction to the olllco of Commonwealths Attorney of this tho Ninth Judicial District meets with He is n this columns approbation Bryan Tree Silver Democrat his has that got to do with his discharging his duty as Commonwealths Attorney Judge T K McBeath has made this district a most excellent Circuit Judge and the unanimous verdict is Put him Hes another rampant in ollice again white metal man When I pass ou to W II dough for my re election as Circuit Court Clerk am so decidedly and so pen falters for I enthusiastically for him that I cannot say enough of his faithfulness and as an ollicer nor his standiug as His opponent a citizen and gentleman Â¬ J It Willelt is a worthy highly dt servman ing young I II nd my pen is in a smiilur lix as it who is a writes silver Dick Nevitt ftf irx 4I11 ntllf caniiiuaie lor ru eivtuu Court Clerk which portion he County has filled most acceptably and to the satisfaction of the county Mr Nevitt was and is an earnest supporter of the Chicago platform but a Democrat and had a gold standard man been the choice of his party he would of voted for him His qualifications his capacityhis record as clerk are the issues 1ind a lhv He has done valiant servico for hia party as well as made us an excellent clerk His opponents A 11 duedry and Win Basket Jr are line gentlemen and bland high in tho estimation of every one under other circumstances this column would raise a voice and cast a but three tiling vote iif it could free individual should claim every marry whom he or she pleases vote his Â¬ sentiments and choose his or her religiany one on and no otlense to S P Woolfolk for re election to the ollice of County Judge and J D Hardin as his opponent Did you ever read the Â¬ book Between Two LovtsV dont any Well I Put it this way body get scared Between Two Friends and you will bave this column exact Juilge Wool folk is a life long friend a good man as ever lived a good conscientious ollicer and if re elected will discharge his duties in an unbiased manner Mr Hardin lias done valuable service for the county twice in the Legislature has served in other ollices with ability and is a good straight forward citizen elected he will srve elliciently How will I vote WellV you know about that Australian ballot I cannot tackle but two more sets this time So heres County Attorney Tlios II Hamilton is a candidate for Willelt rt aleit on P T Noel aud B bis opponents Mr Hamilton is well known throughout tho county and has many fiietids who will support him Mr Willett has represented the county in the Legislature has made the race for School Commissioner has taught iu the county and is therefore no stranger and P T Noel a will have Lis followers law btudeut in Louisville is young ener getic and aspiring has made his own way in this world has taught school successfully and is in every iwrtlctilar a man to ho considered when you casta atteii-tivenes- 1tn Ezra IIiifT has moved into the house vacated by Tom Stout a few weeks ago Mr Wallace of Fordsville is moving to his farm and expects to keep hack and raise a crop this year Lookout girls leap year has juit closid Mrs A G Wright who was moved home a few weeksago from her mothers is again conliued to her bed We hope to see her up again soon J L Morrison who le t his farm last fall an moved to Deanlleld to engage iu mining was seen moving back to his farm last week He says Bos when I get Lack Ill stay and let well enough alone thtreisnothiugiu mining for me J T Thornton of Aetnaville comes back to see his old friends quite often He says he loves Lyonia aud thinks of moving back saou Prof Nat Phillips of Kusseliville Ky spent the holidays here with his many relatives This is one of Lyonias former boys aud one of which we can he very proud He says after an absence of eighteen yeais there are many things which look quite natural to him and brings back to memory many happy recollections of his boyhood dajs Come again Nat vie aro always glad to wel 1 Â¬ Â¬ come you home Miis s Ella Morrison Maggieaud Viola Miller of Deanfleld accompanied their cousin Nat Philips to this neighbor Â¬ hood last Monday Thoy all seemed to have quite n jolly time while here Come again girlp and stay longer next time G II Vickera and wife W P Ben nett Mrs Patterson aud your scribe spent the laet Sunday of HO very pleas- Â¬ antly with Mr and Mrs L I Phillips Iu the afternoon we took a stroll upon the beautiful Oak Knob that stands near Mrs Phillips residence From the summit of that knob one can see all over the surrounding country the hills aud hollows the many beautiful forest trets nicely arranged farms and happy homes in the firdislauce aud last but not least the quaint little village of Lyonia all of which presents a very picturesque scene How many oh how many faithful old eitiz ns of Cloverport have passed away within a few mouths from their earthly labors to their filial resting place It is with deep sorrow that I learn of their death for they have been good faithful landmarks of your little city for most and their fathreescore jearsandten miliar faces will be greatly missed by all its citizens The bereaved ones of the deceased have my deepest sympathy Â¬ Â¬ Washington- - Jan 11 Tho arrange Â¬ ments for the inauguration of President-elect MoKhiley nro progressing in a manner very satisfactory to tho committee having them In charge and It Is believed that tho decoration il luminations nnd crremonlc3 incident to this event will at least equal iu beauty and impressiveiicss those of any former inauguration A largo number of committees com posed of prominent citizens each hav ing in charge a single feature aro work lug iu perfect accord nnd tho results so far obtained gives assurance of complete sneces s All of the money asked for by the executive committee was contrib uted and a number of contracts nlready have been let At a meeting of tho executive com Â¬ mittee Chairman Wright of the com mittee mi public comfort reported that ho will bo able to furnish lodgings for Ho has persons if necessary 1000 aheady registered 9100 places whero 171 win meals may bo obtained ami dows nnd a number of balconies from which tho parade may bo witnessed General Clay from the committeo on military organizations reported that there would bo in the parade 0110 entire division fiuiu Pennsylvania consisting of the governor and his stalV division tind brigade commanders and their stalls j three regiments of 10 companies 12 regiments of eight companies each each 0110 battalion of four companies three troops of 0110 separato company cavalry two companies of naval militia in all 8000 men Maryland will send her entiro nation- Â¬ al guard and largo bodies of troops aro expecteil from New York New Jersey Ohio Hhodo Island Massachusetts anil Tho cadets from tho other states Uniti 1 Stats military academy at West Point and from the United States naval academy at Anapolis nKo will be in line as well as a large number of crack mili tary organizations fium dillerent paits of the country Applications from many civic socie ties and clubs for po iitioiis are being i ceived anil this feature of the parado will no doubt be unusually fin The inaugural ball promises to be an pxptiitiniiallv brilliant utTair The dec orations will be very elaborate and all of the appointments of a high order Tho contract for the banquet was let to CarlCt Kssner of Philadelphia after a spirited competition among caterers in tho eat A military baud of 05 pieces and an orchestra of -- 5 pieces will fur nish the mu ic from separate stands to bo erected at tho cast and north fronts The committee of civic organizations contemplates the erection of information Ixxiths along the lino of tho parado and in the business portions of tho city to be manned by tho members of the Washington high school cadets Tho usual reductions in railroad rates from nil parts of the country are expected Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Georgo Collins 10 111 1m west of Or leans Ind committed suicide In n pecompanion wcro culiar way II and hauling los to tho tillon m ar by when Collins jump d oil tliu wagon and throw himself under 1I10 wheels of the wagon both wheel passing over his neck nnd killing I1111 ImtMi ly Ho leaves a wife and two children Mrs Ocar Aihuuof Altoona Pa was found starved lo doit h lnaniipor room of a Fourth street leni in lit house Her hudiaud was lo ind by lc- - i lili half crazed and In a enilcal condition The coroner nys hi will mako n thoioiigh In vestigation o tho ciu The board of heal h of Ah o la report- 0i families 3 JO persons uttcily iledituto Crime 11111I Cmimltli At Decatur O Jn eph Allison was cut and fatally wounded by Kmcry LcwK The men got Into a dUputeover a gimo cf cards lie man Bllmin of Iaucvillc Wis shot and Ulllo I his wife and miii and tlen com mitted suleldu Family troubles weio tho Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ A party of boys were skalnj at Clar Ington U ulicu El Uywiiters 15 years old broke through and was drowned Ills body was recovered one hour later Fiedcrlck S eel was ground to pieces at Zane vllle I by a Baltimore and Ohio fielght tul lie was crawling under tlie tialu which was standing still when Itstaited throwing htm under the wheels Frank lluhb ll 15 year old son of C H Hubbill px putnm le of Cliag iu Falls O was drowiol In Ciagilu river A playmate broke through tho Ico and young Hubult was diown d while res u lug him At lometoy O thitv ti m h i i mptl lu an old coal biuk ami bull a hlr Urn The look nil ve give way and a chunk of rock weighing lidf a ton or more fell One of the most remarkable cures ol eatchliur one of the tramp by the head Cftpitnl Stock 825 000 between the rock and the wall crushing rheumatism on record is related by Mr Surplus 67 600 his kull to atom Tho other two men J M Thompson post master atDeckerV escaped The doad mans name U un Point Pa as follows B F BKAIID President While out drivknown b it his comrades say lie cnino A WTLL MILIiEK Vlco PreoUent ing one day last winter I was caught in from Ml o iri M II HEARD Cashier a cold rain The next morning I was Inllure Issued Wednesday and Saturday QW BEAKD 1 unable to move my bead or arms owing The book and stationery firm of T -- Dlreotors MORRIS KSKRIsaS Mornings -- on of J DurMon Hyricuso N Y has to an attack ofiiil lmmatory rheumatism R M JOLLY been closed o i judgments I iiied to local My clerk telephoned for a ph6ician but INTERESTPAID 0M TIKE DEPOSITS hank- - agirieiritlng flOJJ aud ouc to a tugested that I use Chamberlains Pain b other for fl 7W 1817 JanuAry lleRlnnlDR the Weekly The S ewat Ceiamio company of Xovv Balm theie being a bottle open ou tin Courlcr Jur a wu cnngil lo tho Tw co a Ho rubbed the eUVcted part York manufacturer of wn htiibs basins counter Veik Cuuncr Jourual 1ubl cutlnn diva aro THE ST LOWS WEEKLY and ceramic ware In ns lgued to An thoroughly with Pain Balm and built iij WoJnesilny and Saturday Tho Wednesday thoiiy H Porter The company win In a hot fire 1 dozed oil to sleep aud w ben iapcr lll lo devoted tu cows anil political tiidcs Tho t at idny liio will ho devoted to corporated under the law of Now Jersey I awoke about half an hour later the stories n UcelliiD pictures a otry etc In lo with a capital stoik of JCOO0t ettVt fauliy pajur pain had gone entirely and I have no A receiver for the Great Southern Fire Each issue will le six pngei nr twelve 1 Columbus proof Hotel company O been troubled since People come here a weok nn incrcato ot tiro pages a weekpiges 104 was aked for In the United Status court from many miles around to buy Cham pages or 6 2 columns a tir Situ day by Jones Laiiglilliis of P ts The p lit ci of the paper will not be chang Â¬ 0NLY 50 CENTS A YEAit For sale by A It ed and tic laitlo lor puro Uemucracv and burg who furul hod the structural Iron berlains me licines work The hotel has not yet been opened Fisher Druggist true I emocratlc rlnrlples will be continued cniie 1 Light Brown sugar 00 f0 prs ladies calf button shoes at 7 lc 25 yds heavy nir Brown Cotton SI CO 03 prs mens suspenders at lc 20 pes best blue Calico onlv l 1 2c A Frightening Storm 25 caps for boys at 7c 8 pes line black and blue Henrietta 10c 13 prs gents gold plated cuff button at On Thursday evening Jan 7th an ex 15 pieces cood dreBs Gingham fie 20c citing storm struck tho narsouago of 1 lot of ladifs embrnlderied Handker Â¬ 75 linen towolls worth 20c at 15c 1 lo tho Cloverport Daptist Church a id can o chiefs worth 15c at 7 Me ladles and Misses handkerchiefs wortli 5o at 2 l 2c dangerously near producing n panic lis Dnss d dols worth 25c at 15c rfl pr ladies entbdvbltnnors worth SI 00 It pint tin cups for 5c among tho inmates DO pr mens glovf 8 worth 50c at 25c at 50c Where the cloud came from was llfli 50 pr rnpri calf cork sole shoes worth 05 pr boys glovts wortli SOcat 15c 25 cult to discern as the pistor and his 2 25 at 35 ladles silk embroidery handkerchiefs wife were totally unconscious of its ap- 00 pr ladles jiatntit ip Dung kid Blioes wortli 25c at 15c 1 lot New Albany jans worth 35c at worm ouatsi oo proach until it tut k the houio with 1 lot mens overcoats worth t 00 at 3 75 Mens Hue black fur hat wortli 200 at euch tremendous force as to capsiz the 1 lot mens casimero suits worth S7 00 08c 1 lot boys hats worth 25c at 15c best judgement of the whole family ex- Â¬ at 3IS cept the mother-in-lawho is always 1 lot mens due black suits worth 110 00 5o yds ladles cloth brown nnd black worth 1 00 at 75c prepared for the best She too might at 7 40 have taken fright if she had not fired a GREAT BARGAIN STORE bale of paper and sent it whizzing up the chimney illuminating the earth beneath BRANDENBURG KY aud the heavens above until she could see the gathering tempest The cloud btrst in copious showers lin ing the kitchen and dining room with the most delicious fruits meats Ibur sugar ccfle sweet fpices and other groceries dry goods and kitchenware The delightful refreshments that were Now has a first class General Storo where you can buy served without regard to the wishtB or anything you want in tho way of directions of the pastor or his wife were by no means the least enjoyable featuie GOODS of this evtntful eveuing It is not nlways pleasant for a famll to be compelled to surrender home witli OR all its privileges but for oncd the peo Â¬ ple took possessiou of the parsonage You can not only buy what you want but you can sell anything you and the shepheid became submissive have in the way of Farm Produce Timber Ties and Lumber at the to the will of the sheep highest market prico Tho proprietor of this store is tho energetic and May we be permitted to extend our accommodating aincerest thanks to all not only ol the Baptist church but to the Methodist ist church also for the en joy merit of the Who wi 1 be gl td to see you and have your trade evening aud for the many tokens of kindmsjand appreciation May God THE abundantly bles3 you bsth iulunrt aud 0 iu storehouse TWICE-A-WEEK W B Rutlkdok ANn Wife 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ unit easy to niwrate Is true of Hoods Ill ulili li nro up to ilato In every r spect Safe certain and sure All Co Innell Mass IniRRlsts 210 C I Iloiid Tho only llll3 to take with Hoods aursaparllla Hoods Great Cat Price Sale 21 I 1 1 Rend our price list below and convince yourself that wo aro doingjust what wo say These Prices are for thirty days and for Cash or Produce only lbs Granulated Sueur pre mens heavy boots worthlG0 at 00 7 Ilia til A1 iin tA fliti VvUJirr VJITUll lbs Kl wJ Vll hoc lc Visit The GEO YEAKEL CO Â¬ CLIFTON MILLS GENERAL STORE GROCERIES DRY CLOTHING FARMING IMPLEMENTS CHARLES RADENHEIMER BANK HAEOTSBUEG COURIER JOURNAL 8100 -- Â¬ YEAR t 1 Â¬ 1 POST DISPATCH GEAlFfiEniLVER PAPER ASLEEP F0RfHIRTY DAYS f Ml Strange AMktlon Van Sagern ol Mctliur Ohio Dkkianck O Jan 11 Mrs Dent rich Van Sagern of McClnro about four weeks ago while sitting tit tho dinner table surrounded by the members of 1 Notice Why buy inferior or doubtful Brandy when Burchs Pure Apply can be had so conveniently and so cheap 7 Sent C 0 D Price 200 per gallon W L Biitcu jug included lihodelia Ky Â¬ vote K L Hagan is a candidate for bherifl with Win II Miotics as deputy I dont know Mr Hagan except by reputation which is tiptop Mr Rhodes record as an ollicer is without blemish is as line a shuriir as this county ever had no better could bo found James T Bland with Noah Greenwell as deputy hav made this coufity most excellent asset The turn and have served faithfully are known all over the county as is Mr So many jailers and more tc Kliodes como so Ill come again if you please Primary March Kith no gold standard Democras cesd apply euhall not enter You shant play in the silver portal The gold men say wodoni my yard You shant holwant to vote with jou Ah Demo lar down our tain barrel Democrats git to gether ami crat us help light high protective tarill Â¬ Beware 01 her family suddenly stopped eating her hands dropped to her sides and her eyes closed sho having to all appear ances fallen fast asleep Her husband carried her to a lounge She continued however in this condition for 13 hours before regaining con sciousness when she awoke only long enough to ask for and drink n glass of water when she again sank into a com atose condition Iu this condition sho has remained during the past 30 days regaining con sciousness only for a few moments at regular intervals of 12 hours At theso waking hours an attendant feeds her a small quantity of milk or soup sulllcient to sustain life So far the caso has battled tho skill of fully a dozen physicians who have been called iu to discover tho cause or a pos sible remedy for tho strange malady which is supposed to bo due to a dis eased condition of tho brain Mrs Van Sagern is a young woman scarco 25 nnd is tho mother of three children For somo tinio before being struck down by this straugo nllliction Mrs Van Sagern suffered from brain trouble Â¬ Â¬ It A Shore aud E A Shores Jr of Milwaukee have made a puixiual assign ment to ex Governor Upham who jnvo bond for 52J0O0O They aro ti ckholders in tho shore Mining company sthoros company and horc9 liulli t ik Lumber association Appllcat o i has alio been made for a receiver for tho Shines Lum Â¬ ber company Dentin William Dovcrforden of thi Aurora Bridge company Aurora Ind died Sat Â¬ urday night at Now Boston O After an Sllnoss of three day Mr John T Dowdidt of St Lout the odot Odd Folluw iu Missouri and tho second oldest In tho United States U dead Dennis II Cashmau a co laborer In tho Irish caiiso with tho lato John Uoylo Oltellly Is dead lu Ilo don lioth wore sentenced to tho British penal colony lu Australia iu tho early 00 Tho Hew Dr John Sco t Presbyterian mlnUtor at Montlccllo N Y U dead Dr Scott has held many p omluuut pa toratc amoug others at Detroit and Lob anon O Hu was about TO yoar old llov Georgo Waugh well known as nu abollttonUt nnd temperanco reformer died in Bostou Saturday Mr Waugh was more than 9J years old During the campaign against slavery ho assisted many negroes to cross tho Cantidlau border Â¬ Â¬ THE MARKETS Ilrvlew or Grain nml Llieitock Mnrkctt 1or January 11 Cluclnuatl Tobacco Market Offerlugi for tho weok juo Oiteriugs of uewr for tho week 3tJ3 Hejeoions for tho week 2JI bjl Actual taloi for tho week Hecelpu for i ho week tS Tho range of prices ou tho 7S7 hhds of 410 00cfi U5 US old wa as follows 1435 UJ 81 W07 05 51 IStfO 9S M llUfcJIl To U Hhd A Detroit Onus COUNTERFEITERS ARRESTED Irt tly Well llrokrn tp by Secret Service DeU ctlte 8 the Knife I Mr Lincoln Nelson of Marskfield Mo Per six years I have been a writes sufferer from a scrofulous affection of the glands of my neck and all efforts of physicians in Washington D C Springfield III and St Louis failed to After six reduce the enlargement months coiutant treatment here my physician uracil me to submit to a re- Â¬ moval of the glaud At this critical mo ment a friend recommended SSS and laying aside a deep rooted preju- Â¬ dice against all patent medicines 1 be Â¬ gan its use Before I had used oue bottle the enlargement began to disappear havetaililfor revenue only and nation and now it is entirely gone though lam al bimetallism if there is any thing iu not through with my second bottle yet your SSS loug ago bimetallism Wolcott has sailed away Had I only used I would have escaped years of misery over Uie seas to si e what can be done and saved over f 150 This experience is like that of all who Cant wo stand alone if there is any suffer with deep seated blood troubles thing in this hi finance The doctors can do no good and even their resorts to the knife prove either fruitless or fatal SSS is the only Good As a Visit Home real blood remedy it gets at the root ol Nebraska Normal College J M Pile the disease and forces it out perma nently A I President SSS guaranteed purely vegetable Wavse Ntii Jan l 1M7 Mr J I llabbage Cloverport Ky My Dear Mr I encloeo cheek for Nkws Its weekly visits are almost as good as a visit home is a blood remedy for real blood troubles cases 01 Do not miss a number should this reach It cures tue most obstinate Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheumatism you late but send for tho coming week etc which other so called blood remeÂ¬ Yours dies fail to touch SSS gets at the root of the disease and forces it out per J M Iilk manently uuauic books will be sent free to any address TUfi- - M by the Swift jf Specific Co At lauta Ga Â¬ ll Â¬ Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy OASTOniA 1 sss William J Burns a United States secret servico operative has arrested Alfred Dovcreux it Detroit photographer who is nlleged to bo tho principal factor iu tho counterfeiting operations which havo been iu progress in this city Tho captures of tho alleged gang Lo gan with the arrest iu Chicago of Frank Lepjwr alias Z H York who was caught iu the act of receiving some of tho queer by express His brother William W Lepper wus later arre ted here and this wus followed by the ar rest of Al Spper Leppers companion Uevereux wus taken iu his photoÂ¬ graph gallery at 41 Monroo uvenuo and witli him was captured a complete out tit for making counterfeit bills by tho pen ami Ink process Until within two years ago noil of the makers of this sort of counterfeit were apprehended but since then over a dozen liavo been de- Â¬ tected by tho secret service It is charged that tho Detroit gang has been making silver certificates iu addition to tho bills of New York Detroit and sov eral other banks Death Irum Snullinilni iuiii Siikuiyviilk Ind Jan 8 Charles Barnnin 10 sou of Dr W E Barnum died yesterday at Manilla from having wallowed a stick of chewing gum Tho childs sutTeriug was intense Ho was unconscious several hours beforo death Why suffer with Coughs Colds and LaQrlppe when Laxativc Bromo Quinins will euro you in one day Does not pro- Â¬ duce the ringing in the head like Sulphate of Quinine Put up in tableU con- Â¬ venient for taking Guaranteed to cure Price 25 Cents or money refunded Foruae by A P Fiaher Detuoit Jan Tliy rango of piicoj on ih 3i3 ulid of now was a follows 2 0 60C45IJ IS dl IIQ5 13 41 fOii US 10 UdiJ US 13 flO Kill 5 HdfH OU 10 fl318 Cattle 3 Â¬ Oi Priino light 13 tiffl3 7o heavy 13 3533 63 common to fair ti 15 33 15 Sheep Extra 13 8031 CO good j 0044 J C5 Mirlu f J 4033 ttt common lambs J 7533 3J veal calves JiJ 60 a ftlHogs 00 bulls 6tngs Prime IMItubillir ft lJ5 cows feeders and iiti 10 13 7 00 I tlS3rltnl J medium tl IHI7M IK ftw n f 533 75 common f i 4C3 8 W Hogs Selected aud nrlmo butchers 13 3533 40 pauklng M 33 30oommou to rough f 7533 lu Shee- p- 3533 75 lamb 13 6033 0 hiir-lni-- Wheat C30910 Cluilunutl Corn S9o Cat- - iplto of ihe expense involvcl in tho improve Â¬ Successful Steambaatnun ments noted the price of tho k The many friends of Capt It T Wil- Courier Journal will remain tho same 100 a liams formerly of Stepbeusport iu old jear A feature d ring the coming voir will Mr Watterson on Breckenridge and adjoining counties will be tho editorials oftopics llonry day political and other of the be glad to learn of his success as n steam- boatman in the Green river packet lim Dally Courier Journal I year 6 00 In the face of much opposition he s fasi Dally and Sunday I year 300 overcoming every obstacle in his path SuntJay alone I year - 2 00 and the time is u ar at hand when he will havo deservedly won the entire pa tronage of the best people along the rivei TWICE-A-WEE- K between Bowling Green and Evansvillt He is a courteous affable and accommodating gentleman having tho confidence of the people with whom lie has to deal ami He has a force of hia own in bis five sons two of whom aro at the wheel two at the desk aud one at tho engine It h told of him as a joke among his frienda EACH ONE YEAR that the old women make their appear ance in the brush and hail the boat with the cry Do you want any chickens butter or eggs to day Captain His anr We bave made a special clubbing arrangewer is invariably Yes and he lands Id ment with the Twice a Week Courier Journal paprr and ours for the and waits for the women to run to the aud will tend to that our subscribers who will prico named all house aud gather eggs etc for the marrenew and piy In advanoi Sample copies of ket He is justly termed the most pop- Courier Journal sect fee on application ular steamboat Captain in tho Green All Subscriptions under this ofriver lino Try him fer must be sent to The Grandest Remedy Mr II B G reeve merchant of Chil howio Va certifies that lit had conCloverport Ky sumption was given up to die tough all medical treatment that money coud Send your name for a Souvenir ol the Works of Eugene Field procure tritd all cough remedies hi could hear of but got no relief spent many nights sitting up iu a chair witt the eugenc Tlcld monument Soucenir induced to try Dr Kings New Dscov Troductton of the cenThe cry and was curedby use of two bottltp tury most beautilul Artthe most A small bunch of fratraet tlv For past three years has been attendinv uni f atbtred from the broad ectes of Eugcnt Fields selection of most Farm of to busines aud snys Dr Kings New beautifulLore theContains ofa Kuccne FieldtheHandpoems of somely illustrated ly thirty five of the worlds Discovery is the graudtst remedy over greatest artists as their coi tilhution to the Mon Â¬ made as it has done so much for him ument IUnd Dut tut the oible contribution of tho Ifestartlits this btok could cot bae been manufac and also for others in his c unmuuity tured lrJjoo lorvale at boot stores or scut receipt cfjtio The love Dr Kings New Discovery is guaranteed prepaid on Ioet I aureate published byoffering to the Com iheChilds for Coughs Colds and Consumption It mittee to create a fund to build the Monument and to core for the family of the beloved poet dont fail Trial bottle free at A It Fish Eugene Held Monument Souvenir Fund 180 Uoaroc Street Chlctgo 111 era Drug Store A Twice-a-WeeÂ¬ --- mccestfully in ihe uluro as in tho past In TilE The Post Dispatch Is the Only Metropolitan That Championed the Free Sliver Cause In Advance of the Nominating Conventions It Stands Pat for Free Silver for Western Men and Measures for the People Against the Po- Â¬ litical Bosses Pluto- Â¬ crats Combines Trusts and Corpo- Â¬ Â¬ ration Oppres- Â¬ COURIER JOURNAL tiii sion Breckenridge News FOR ONLY 150 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jno D Babbage 1 find tho WEEKLY II mil rensabe duing ibe year lb97 The jearlSr7 l going to bo brimful of int r est Tholno mlng oi the JIKinley Admin- Â¬ istration with a new Congres electa 1 up n a gold nla form means legislation of a kind ill vit II- - Interest every nepapor that reader in the ountry and especially in the WoU and South Special attention will be paid in the WEEKLY P051 -- DISPATCH to this news of a national chtracter and it will be discussed editorially from the point of view of the West and South as contrasted with that of Wall street Tho campaign for free silver will go oa In 1807 and nothing can do so much to hely along the campaign ot eiluoation as a newspaper like the WEEKLY POST DISIATOH This Is sbown in the fact that in Missouri and in everr other locality where the has a large circulation the gains of Democraoy and free sliver were of a sweeping You wi FDSLDFLOWERS character The POST DISPATOII deserves the support of alt Free Silver Democrats because ol the great fight it made In tbe recent campaign for Democratio principles and the Demoo atio ticket Hence the tree Silver men everywhere should relly to its support by sending in their subscription and inducing others to subscribe Â¬ Â¬ The Air Â¬ We Breathe contains Oxygen and Nitro gen in the proportion of one to five Â¬ Hogs Selected batcher 13 0CK3 3 40 mixed 13 15J3 45 Cattle Nntlvo vteors 13 S335 35 most sales I 003t b5 cows Shccp f2 50 and bulls ft 5033 u S 35 lambs f J 535 10 Jfew York Cattle f4 0035 10 Sheep f3 60JJ4 33 Llilcutfo Iambi ft 335 73 know ihnt thn vnrv lipnt mniHMriA far rpntnrlnf tho tired out nervous system to a heal Â¬ thy vigor is Electric Bitters This medi cine is purely vegetable acts by giving Something to Know It may be worth something to Â¬ tone to the nerve centres in the stomach gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys and aida these organs in throwing oft im- Â¬ purities in the blood Electric Hitters improve the appetite aids digestion and is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood puriflor and nerve tonic Try it Sold for 50c or 1 00 per bottle at A It Fishers Drug Store How to Kill a Newspaper The following recipe is ollertd by a western paper Just let llio subfcription go Itsonl a dollar or two the miblitliur donl need it anyhow Then go and borrow your neighbors When the reporter conns alwajs In busy Make him feel as if ho were in trading When tlin advertising and ob man comes tell him jou dont need to a lvertisu everybody knows you thai you will try to grt along without an printed stationery it is too expensive jou have to economz Never drop in to see the editor utilers you want a free complimentary notice oi a lengthy obituary for a beloved relative Never recommend thepaper to anybody When you do speak of it say Yes we have a little sheet but it dont ainoudt to much Keep it up a year or two aud you will hayo a dead newspaper a dead set of merchants and a dead town Tho rub Ushers Guide OO YEARS EXPERIENCE tlrsStarkeyPalens mtm ssssssssssssBsssssmJ Conrpound Oxygen contains Oxygen and Nitrogen the former greatly in excess ozone and is very soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ ates it it is raken into the lungs by inhalation absorbed by the blood which it purifies and so goes directly to the seat of all diseases Send for our aoo page Treatise Sent free Â¬ Â¬ TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sondlng a sketch and description may quickly ascertain free wbuntr an Invention Is lirotutblr luitentublo Communications onntlilentlal OMint nircne forsccurtnit lu America Yto havo a Washington Iau nts taken tliroua Muun Co special uuticuiu the unlet strictly patents receive SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN beautifully Illustrated lareet circulation cf nr tcleatlrla Journal weekly terms iui a yean UOsIx months fcpeclmcn copies and llANU llooK OM Iatextu sent free Address MUNN CO 301 IlroodMnr New York W K ItAHNES A It KINCIIEIOK BARNES KINCHEL0E ATTORNEYS AT LAW Drs HARDINSBURO KY Collections and enforcement special Starkey Palcn of liens given 1529 Arch atuntloa San Strwt Philadelphia pa Franclici Cal Tarontu Can i 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