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Ill 1 t THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS - VOL XXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1897 NO 28 i SEND THE NEWS YOUR JOB PRINTING j ft llrltlsli Ivprilltlun to llnln City London Jan 22 A dispitch just re ceived from Lagos capital of tho BritOF THE ish West African colouy of that name COLDEST WEATHER gives details of tho massacre of tho Brit ish expedition under Consul General J WINTER IS NOW PREVAILING R Phillips by the inhabitants of Benin City early during tho present mouth The party consisted of Consul General Bismarck North Dakota Reports Phillips Major P V G Copland deputy commissioner and Crawford Thirty two Degrees Below vlco consul in tho Niger coast protectorate and adjoining nativo territories Zero and Many Captain A M Boisragou commandant of tho Niger coast protectorate forces Captain Mating of tho Sixteenth lan cers an officer of tho Niger coast proOther Places From Twenty to tectorate forco Mr R F Locko of tho consular staff J Mr II O Campbell of Thirty Below People Freeztho consular staff Dr R II Elliott ing in Chicago medical adviser and Messrs Fowls and Gordon civilians Tho party was unarmed and was proÂ¬ ceeding to Benin City in order to make Chicago Tan 23 According to tl i n request for a palaver or conference records of tho weather bureau this is with King Obdah in regard to increastho coldest day hi Chicago in 25 years ing tho trading facilities with that part At no timo since tho Chicago station of Africa tho king having previously has been established has there been so consented that tho expedition should low i maximum temperature recorded visit his capital Tho nine officers went It is a steady cold Tho signal service unarmed in Older to impress tho king reports 17 below and still falling On with tho peaceful character of their tho street it is sovcral degrees below mission and over 200 nativo carriers to propel wero with that Tho cold is mado inoro intense canoestaken carry tho party intended tho presents nnd for as it is accompanied by n brisk sharp tho king wind After proceeding up tho river tho exTho sufferings among tho poorer pedition landed at a spot about 15 miles cla s is intense and a number of cases from Benin City and tho carrieis were of destitution wero reported to the po- Â¬ sent ahead through tho dense jungle lice At Grand Crossing 83 families tho officers following Fivo miles from with 80 children wero found in their Benin City tho officers suddenly camo poorly protected hovels unable to caro upon a narrow deiilo which was filled for themselves Ears noses and hands with tho dead carriers who wero fear wero whitened and benumbed by tho fully mutilated Almrst immediately cold They wero cared for and physi afterward tho officers and their servants cians summoned to render rcliof wero surroundtd and attacked by hun In South Chicago fivo families wero dreds of savages annul with guns cut found actually freezing to death These lasses spears and clubs and in a fow wero also removed by tho polico to miiintos all tho members of tho party warmer quarters whero proper treat- Â¬ excepting Boisragou and Locko were ment was given them A number of J killed other cases wero found in other parts of Captain Boisragou and his companion tho city after wandering in tho bush for a week To aid tho poor on ncconnt of tho ex- Â¬ living on plantains and drinking dew treme soverity of the weather tho coun- succeeded in reaching Now Benin ty coal contractor delivered 100 loads of wounded and exhausted bringing the cail to destitute families yesterday fiit authentic news of tho massacre This is tho first timo such a delivery has The affair is looked npon as deserving been mado oil Sunday Food and cloth- of tho sending of a pnuitivo expedition ing wero also givon out to Benin City known as tho City of Thero wero between 15 or 20 cases re- Blood on account of its being tho seat ported to tho polico of peoplo being of tiio Fetich priests of that part of Affound in tho streets suffering from rica and because human sacrifices aro of frozen hands feet ears mid noses Of frcmient occurrence tho remains of sac theso two or threo aro in a serious con- Â¬ rificed slaveS being seen bleaching in dition Only ono death from cold was tho sun on all sides reported that of a child Tho British wasships Phoebo Wid geon Alecto Theseus And Forto have EXTREME NORTHWEST ulrcady been dispatched to tho cntranco Coldest Weather of the Winter la Now of thu river Benin British officers lrcmllliig left Liverpool for thu samo coast Satur Tho coldest day and munitions of war will follow Sr Paul Jan 25 weather of tho winter thus far was ex Â¬ on Saturday next perienced in this section last night and COLONEL F B MOULTON DEAD today tho mercury being away down Ho Win Ono of the Most lroinlnent Civil in tho minus figures from 20 to 80 de lngltiecrrt In the West grees below thermometers varying in St Louis Jan 22 Colonel F B different parts of tho city Tho weather Moultou ono tho most bureaus official record in this city gavo civil engineersof in tho westprominent is dead 18 below zero whilo other northwestern stations reported as follows Helena aged 87 years Colonel Moulton was In 1828 ho en14 below Bismarck and Winnipeg 24 born in Boston in 1810 below Huron 20 below and Duluth tered West Point as a cadet Ho thero completed his studies and became en 18 below Specials from Rochester Minn say gineer of tho Chesapcako and Ohio that it is tho coldest day for many canal constructed on tho left bank of years tho thermometer indicating 20 tho Potomac from Georgetown to Cumbelow and tho tovero cold is intensified berland this being tho first and most by a 25 mile galo from tho northwest important canal built in this country Tho mercury is falling steadily In 1830 Colonel Moulton constructed Aberdeen S D has not had a mail the Lexington and Frankfort railroad train from any direction sinco Friday of which Henry Clay was tho president night and indications aro strong that Ho was afterward chief enginoer of the tho blockade will provo to bo tho worat Iron Mountain railroad now a part of yet oxperenced No effort has been tho Wabash system made to clear the roads for threo days past becanso of continual wind and the DEATH IN A LOVE LETTER cuts aro now full Tho Milwaukee pas Mlaa Musgravo Killed hy Lacerating Her senger train from tho south is iu a drift Tongno On an lnt elope near Bonilla Siiamokin Pa Jan 23 Miss Helen Bismarck N D reports a severe blizzard prevailing with mercury 82 be- Â¬ Musgravo of Cameron township found low zero and a high wind blowing It death in a letter to her lover Whilo is tho worst storm of tho season for moistening tho flap of tho cnvelopo tho btocknien anil the lo ses will probably girls touguo was slightly lacerated bo heavy o iug to tho low tempera which resulted iu blood poisoning from turo which sho died EXTENT OF THE COLD WAVE Tho girl had a quarrel with her lover Aa Far Int A the Ohio Valley anil Herman Schultz and ho left for Pitts burc As soon as ho was cono sho roSoiitliuiiril to pented and sat down and wroto a letter Wakhinv ox Jan 25 Tho sovcro askiug forgiveness and pleading with cold wave now extends as far east as him to return It was in sealing this tho Ohio valley nail southward to Texas letter that her tonguo received tho lacwhero thu tuuip ratnro has fallen from eration which ended iu her death 20 to 10 d j recs in tho past 21 hours In response to tho letter Schultz It is below freezing iu Tennessee and cen- camo back only to find his sweetheart tral Texas it is below zero in Ohio In dying Caused liy a Defection llue diana Illinois and Missoiri and 20 de Â¬ grees bolow ztro over tho Dakotas and Steudenville O Jan 22 At Iron Minnesota dalo James Paisloys threo story dwell Light local snows aro rojxirted from ing and contents a two story house ocsouthern Sow England and southwest cupied by Robert Starkoy with con ward over tho Ohio valley Tennesseo tents Morrisons saloon Ducks barber and northern Teui Tho weather is storo with generally fair in tho northwest and tho shop and tho Arcado general tho ground contents wero burned to south Atlantic states is f 0000 in Tho indications aro that tho cold wave yesterday Paisleys loss Tho other will extend eastward and southward surance 1000 Tho total loss losers had is between no insurance over tho Atlantio and gu f coasts Mon 110000 and 15000 day tho tomperatnre will fall to near from a defectivo tluo Tho fire started zero from Virginia northward and freezing weather will extond southward Car Itohtied to tho gulf and south Atlantio states CoLUMiiifrt Miss Jim 23 Tho west bound passenger train on tho Southern Illlziirtl llnglug In Tuxaa Austiv Jan 25 A cold wavo struck railway was held up near Berry Ala thin section vesterday and increased in about 7 oclock last night tho thro velocity until midnight when a driz masked robbers stealing soveral expresn zling rain begun which is freeing as it packages amounting to about 150 and falls covering everything with ico Tho two or threo jugs of liquor This is the mercury dropped from 4U to IU above samo place whero a similar robbery was zero and is stll fulling Reports from committed on Deo 18 last and it is sup- that this robbery was committed stook ranges in tho west of the statu say that much nppr heusiou of severe loss is y tho samo parties frit as many herds uro without sholter Nino lloiue lluriied Wheeling Jan 23 Shortly after Natural lui 1reaiure Very Iur 23 IxniANAiOUs Jan Tho cold midnight this morning a flro started in wavo has this city by tho throat tho Mingo Junction O 20 miles north of thermometer at tho weather office reg Â¬ Wheoling which wiped out nearly the istering 6 below zero Tho natural gas entiro business portion of that town pressure is very low nud as nlLresidcutu An overturned lamp at n card table is Nino houses were ilopend upon Jt for fuel thero is great said to bo tho canso suffering Tho weather conditions aro destroyed and tlio property loss is estisimilar throughout tho state At An mated at about 50000 A flro engine derson it is 7 degrees below and at War Â¬ was brought from Steubenvlllo to put out tho flro saw 10 Lout Strike lromUcd III TVniitMve Cold Jan 22 Tho coal op Â¬ Marsillon Nashville Jan 25 An intenso cold erators of thoO Massillau and Jackson wavo is prevailing hero with u strong and bitterly cold wind blowiug Flur- Â¬ districts will resist the payment of a for tho ries of tnow havo also been experienced 0 ceut differential prico mining overnpon Hocking vulley as decided Tho local weather bureau roorta 13 by tho miners at their national conventtbovo zero ami still falling They say that tho question was tion ouco settled for all timo by arbitration Coldest of thu Winter In Mlchltfun Dbthoit Jan 25 Michigan is ex A long strike muy result periencing tho coldest weather of tho winter Tho tempernturo ranges from Tllf-4- llM 0 degrees below zero in Detroit to 15 do lialli T7 greoj below at upper peninsula points Kfutut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Away Below Zero ONLY TWO Dctalla of tho Itrrrti E CAP2Q Mniurro of the Santa Clara Taken ACCOUNTS of RECENT BATTLES IN CUBA NOT PERMITTED BY WIRE and yesterday lie continued tits niarcii A number of skirmishes havo oo eurrcd in 1iuar del Hlo Havana Ma tiinzus and Santa Clara provinces the Spanish columns fighting it number of insurgent band and taking their camps with four prefectures arms effects and documents Tho insurgents left J7 killed among them being thieo prefects and lot four prisoners who wero im mediately courtmurtinlcd The Spanish lost three killed nnd two ollieeis and 20 soldiers wounded ISAAC Ho PITMAN DEAD DUKES Sapp and Duke Have 100 Logs To Saw Dunn Llnch Nuptials JJ Burnett Will Close His Store Â¬ WEBSTER Mis Geo Nicholson is serious1 ill Old borers nearly knocked us out Sunday Jim Stewart of Louisville was here on business last week Miss Gola Orenduii is visiting Miss Annie Ciaycomb this week Miss Knima Kurtz is teaching a pri- Â¬ vate school at her mothers Our citizens who have ice home are longing to see an ico harvest Joe Mlries moved his family here from Meadow Lawn last week Miss Addie English entertained a number of tier friends Friday night Miss Klizi Hook of Garfield is the guest of her grand father Rev StClalr Mrs no Lyddan entertained several of the young folks at dinner last Sunday Jno Coleman went to Louisville last week to be initiated a a Knight of the grip J P Stewart of Louisville was here last week making some transfers of real eUate Henry Kurtz and Fred Moorman went to Lodiburg Sunday to well to attend church 1 fiOYAi Â¬ Simon Rowland was in town Tues day at her daughters Two Travelers Just From Cubi Will Make a Report to Senator Cameron Win the i Censorship Dispatches Report Spanish Victories Filibusters Tried For Piracy City ok Mexico Jan 25 Various travelers just arriving fioni from Cuba confirm tho capture of Santa Clara by tho Cubans and alo bring news that the insurgents havo been fighting in tho near vicinity of Havana and a few days ago wrecked a passenger train within two miles of that city Two young Englishmen direct from Cuba Harry E York and Leo A Hervey havo reached this city after having passed soveral weeks in Cuba and with the insurgent army part of tho time and tho remain der in tho field with tho Spanish troops Hervey has received a shot through tho left arm They aro preparing a report for Senator Cameron which will bo for waided to Washington iu a few days Tho Cubans aro not in want of men but money ammunition and medicine There are not over 25000 Cubans whilo tho Spaniards and volunteers now num ber 285000 men mostly very young and not good fighting material All operations aro in tho naturo of guerilla warfare and both sides aro systematically burning plantations and tho country will be reduced to barbarism Thu Cubans uro i dying on being favored bv McKinloy and expect immediately on Ins inauguration ho will recognizo their belligerency if not their independence Hervey gives a graphic account of the capture of Santa Clara bv tho insur gents whero tho utmost gallantly wero displayed tiio Spanish being overcomo by tho magniflcient valor of tho patriots lieivey says it was told him in tho Cuban camp that Maceo had his lower jaw shot away but was alivo and recuperating General Gomez is not treating for peaco and altliougli there is n peace party among tho Cabaus it is a small Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rr Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ work Threo thousand Spaniards held tho placo but tho Cabaus showed better generalship At Santa Claia tho Cubans took and held the town just long enough to ruin it Hervey does not consider thero is nny decided prospect of victory for cither side TO PUNISH FILIBUSTERS Jiii1- - Harmon Will Hate Them Ariestcd Charged With Piracy Washington Jan 25 Sinco the decision of Judge Locko somo days ago at Jacksonville Fla iu tho caso of a sus Â¬ Â¬ one Tho capture of tho town of Aguteo by tho Cubans was a brilliant piece of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lra Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pected filibuster tho Threo Friends Attorney General Harmon has given the question raised by tho defenso careful consideration and has reached tho conclusion that tho decision is not good law Tho question was to tho effect that tho law inhibiting tho outfitting and depaituro from tho United State3 of armed expeditions to aid a peoplo in its contests against tho lawful authority of a nation with which tho United States is on friendly terms does not ap ply to tho Cuban insurgents thoy not being a peoplo within tho meaning of tho law Tho attorney general takes a view directly iu opposition to that announced by Judgo Locke and iu order that tho matter may bo brought to a speedy determination ho has applied to tho United States supromo court for n writ of certiorari on tho United States court of appeals at New Orleans directing that tho caso bo at ouco certified to tho United States supremo court for trial Tho attorney general in sneaking of tho mutter said that if Judge Lockes interpretation of tho law that theso ex peditions aro not political is correct it necessarily follows that persons engaged iu them aro pirates and that ho was seriouly considering the question of ar resting them as such Tho attorney general is very much in earnest in this matter and it is not at all unlikely that heroic steps will bo taken to put a stop to tho expeditions which aro constant being set afoot iu aid of the Cuban insurgents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ilrti Â¬ RETRIBUTION a Well nnd Their Own Troop the Victim Knv West Fla Jan 25 A horri bio story conies from Jumcnto provinco of Santa Clara telling of quick retribuSpnuluriW I ulaim Â¬ QUICK Cloverport market J J Burnett will unit the storo in the near future and go lo farming Ho will crop this year with Charlie Johnson Tlio weather being inclement Wednes Sir Isaac Pitman was bom nt Trow day night there was no ptayer services hrhlira Wells Jan 4 lfclJ After six ycats at the Cumberland Presbyterian church service as n clothiers clerk lie was sent to Mr Wave Hico was very sick Thurs the normal college of the ilhMi and For eign School Scoety London At tho day Dr Owen of Cloverport was out close of 1831 ho uis appointed n mustm of to Beo him wo have not learned what the Hrltlsb k1 oil nt Iliirton ou Hiuubur ails him He cstitblUhctl I he British mIiooI at m Mary Lynch and Mr Forest 130 Ills list trcuMui unn wero married Sunday night at was on shoithiinil entiled Senog aiihlo 37 and he appeared iu Hound Hand tho home of Hon K J Tindle Itev thus becalm tho o Igiua or of spelling lo Cicero Coriey ofhViating fonii On account of a leak iu their boiler Ills FVRtcni of sliothand win renamed phoiiDj riipliy or Sapp and Duke have not been able to in 1810 nnd entitled writing by pound nnd his Plioiiogntpi saw for a fow dajB They have near a lo Hepo tors Compinlou appei eil li 1S10 Sir Imiuc also eillte I a id print d hundred logs on tlio yard The roads are getting in a bad condit- Â¬ p Inline tho Phono lo louruiil his own In true n books for touching ion in places the late rain has softened ho had issued a li h iithand phnnctlo tho ground ami heavy loaded wagons brary of iilniiit tiO volumes jilutid entirely iu shorthand rtni ing from t - Bible are cutting them up badly In th i autumn of 18 7 an in Farmers are plowing and burning to Hasselas tcrnntional shorthand congress and jubi plant beds and making preparations for lee of phonoraphon was held In London and Sir Isaacs family was p osen ed with another crop and all are hoping for good times that have been promised by the his bust A uold medal from tlio phouog rn pliers of thu Inlted States mid ono from Hepubliians thoso of lreit llri aln and tliu colonies The ground freezing and thawing so t evolved wero presented Mr Pitman often is hard on the wheat crop A good tlio bono of l nltlrhood in 18 Bnow would be a great help to it The FELL FROM HIS HORSE DEAD snow fall iu this section up until now A Yoiiiic Kentiii1 Iarmir Killed hy an has been the lightist for a long time Unknot n IYinoii Russniiviui Ky Jan 211 Jodie fMiss Dixie Nicholson and Mr Sam Conn oged 32 years son of Charles Wheatley wero united in the bonds of Conn one of tlio wealthiest farmers in matrimony Thursday night at the home this county was killed last night near of the groom K q E II Johnson Black Jack Trim just across tlio state spoke the wonh that made them man hue by unknown psrsons Conn and and wife May prosperity and happi about 0 others went to tlio homo of a ness attend them along lifes journey negro nnd warned him to leave the country One thing is certain It will not do to After tiio crowd had finished talking to tho negro and wero about to turn fool with a bad cold No one can tell away pome ono fired into thorn from tin what the end will be Pneumonia ca- Â¬ upstairs window and Conn fell fiom tarrh chronic bronchitis if not consumphis horse dead His bodv was taken to tion invariably result from a neglected a neighboring house anil left mid the crowd fled Ilepoits say that the negro cold It is surprising too that bad colds who had b en warned had been stealing aro so often neglected when one remem fiom the neighboring farmers bers how easily and at what little expense they may bo cured Chamber SAVED TWO CHILDREN lains Cough Remedy is always prouift Mother IIouirr lcrlhed In the Ilaine and effectual and costs but a trilU Jo or With Two Olheri BKnrouo Pa Jan 25 Tlio house of 50 rents is a trifle m compared with the William Croylo was completely de Â¬ disastrous 1 11 ct of a neiiltcted cold Mr stroyed by firo Saturday and Mrs Abuer Mercer of Dilworthtown Chester Croyle with two children wero burned county Pa iu speaking of this remedy to death While the lire wfis raging Mrs slid sometimo ago I had a bad cold Croyle threw two of tlio children fiom and coui li I tried almost everything tlio second story to her husband nnd Finally Mr Hunt tlio druggist recom then returned to a back room for tho mended Chamberlains Cough Remedy other two childien Sho was not seen again and when tho aud one 50 cent bottle of it cured mo enFor sale by A It Fisher Drug- Â¬ ruins wero searclud all that remained tirely of tlio mother and two children was gist their charred trunks Ono of tho children who was thrown from tho window RAYMOND was so badly burned that it will die Tho father is also badly bnrned Mr J J Friel spent several days in Horrlhlo Hate or Allulrx London Jan 2i A Capo Town dis this neighborhood last week patch to Tho Daily Mail says that ro Mies Ktta May Allen of PreBton left ports havo been received that fimiuo exists in Hhodesia Thousands of terri Monday to attend School at Hardins bly emaciated native women besiege tlio burg nativo oilico at lluluwayo clamoring Mits Nellie Shaw spent 6everul days piteously for food Tho natives aro last week with her sister Mrs Henry locking to Uulnwayo and exhuming tho carcasses of cattle who died from rin Dutschke derpest and which wero buried six Mr Mack Robbinc of Sample visited mouths ago Thoy devour theso and as a consequence a terriblo mortality pre- Miss Nettio Ciishman on the 12th and 13tli Inst vails among them We aro glad to fay Mrs John Frymire llouhle TriiBcily SimrviroiiT La Jan 23 A dual who bus been quite sick for some time tragedy occurred yesterday morning is able to bo up again and ono man is dead and tho other so Misses Nettie Cashman and Beck Ow badly wounded that ho can not recover iugs woro tlio guests of Miss Dee Iasham Rainey K Carter and S M Murphy had an altercation at U I0 oclock yes Â¬ of Lo liburg Saturday and Sunday terday morning nnd Murphy drew a Missis Sallie ami Vina Basket two dirk and stabbed Carter threo times lovely young ladies of Sandy Hij visitmortally wounding him Carter fired at Murphy killing liim instantly liotli ed the Misses Hendry Wednesday and Thursday men aro well known iu this city Lltlo Velma limner who has been Train Wrecked rnisenier Knoxvillk Jan 25 Passenger train 8iilfering with a severe cold for some- Â¬ No i from Cincinnati southbound on time is improving and will soon bo able tho Queen and Crescent was wrecked to attend School again at tho mouih of a tunnel Satmday at Mr J Nick Mercer who has been vis Â¬ Nomo Tho eugiuo and mail car wero demolished Fireman Charles Clark of iting relatives at McDaniels for about Somerset was killed and Engineer John four months arrived homo Wed Fowler badly hurt No passengers wero nesday and was the guest of Mr Alex injured Hendrys family Saturday night Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 c-i 1 Â¬ liÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Shorthand London Jnn 25 Sir I aao Pitman tho Inventor of the system of shorthand which beai s his nan e is dead He has been suffering seveiely from a complication of troubles for somo time Iimntor of the Sjntrm of Mrs Sarah Uurnett visited Tuesday Mrs Imilltha Jar bo p And still the farmers roll their tobac- Â¬ co through town on their way to the POWDER Olelated for In great lentcnlng streneth ami Ajurc the Iom1 ucaimt uum ami liedthlulnes all forms uf uJuheralion oontmon lo the tlieap lrind RIAI IHKIN rOMDFR CO SFW ORK That Monetary Conference at Indianapolis The holding of that Monetary Conference at Indianapolis Ind came oil very promptly as billed but we are uot ad vised alter a careful perusal of the proceedings that it will amount to much There has been but very little of any thing said about what they did do or pro- Â¬ posed to do It was a gathering of mil- Â¬ lionaires Tlio question might arise as to whether they were there for their own interest mainly or for the interest of the masses Certainly not the latter because that has not been the history of the millionaire His business is principally to take care of number one lirst But these fellows whoever they were went over thero to devise means to bet- Â¬ ter our financial system They did not represent the toiling masses of this coun try by any means the very class that a revision of our currency system should effect As it stands it is good enough for tho millionaire He wouldnt have it any better The elfects of his money over rid the will of the peoplo last No- Â¬ vember and thereby declared thatshould be no change These men claimed of course that they represented tlio business interests of thu country as they usually do I heir habit has been to lay claim to most every tiling in tins country And too they were the only men capable of giv- Â¬ ing advice on the money question They represented the Bound money element tho single gold standard idea Anything contrary to that would not gu It uouUi not wash to usj a common phrase We must continue to work under a gold standard system here or the country is vo doomed This much they resohed think the object of the conference was to carry favor with the incoming administration moro than anything elte Tho bulk of them wero Sound Money Democrats and as Mr McKinley lias promised them nothing thoy may have been hunting for pie But seriously what did they expect to do by going thero and declaring that tlio single gold standard system must still be fostered in this country Wo have had it for 30 years and it will doubtless continue for four years moie without any revolution on the subject But wo question whether tho country will be imNo the real truth is a proved by it largo number of men who voted against free silver are even now beginning to re Â¬ gret it Wo will get no relief under the gold standard Meu advocating the doctrine will try to bolster it up as much as pofsible but the masses of the peoplo will get no genuine relief under it Both of our metan should iiavo the samo priv Â¬ ileges uuder tho law But as the law stands now it is a ainst silver as a primary money Everything is regulated by the pi ico of gold and that beiug the case a contraction in tho currency must necessarily continue to exist But perhaps wo ought to beg pinion for any comment upon the action of the Indianapolis conference whether they did anything or not Wo had forgotten that they represented tho only element in tills couutry that was capable of giv Â¬ ing advice on tlio money question and that they had already said so theuiEoives Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Absolutely Pure Mrs Geo W Pout the guest of her rnreuts of Corbin Ky is Mr and Mrs Â¬ Win Hall The girls are loud in their exclamations of praise of Jim Kurl since ho had his haircut Our school closed hero last Fiiday witli a big treat and interesting exercises by the children There were many people here last week whom wo havo not seen here be- Â¬ fore for a long time We are infonnpil that Joe Stewart has bought J P Stewarts home place consideration J 1500 cash There is some man in this country who is an txpert at skinning a hog but he does not display his skill in the day time Clyde English and Horace Hatfield each gavo mite entertainments last week that wero highly enjoyed by the youngsters Mies Nellie Goodman having lluished her term of school at Clifton Mille took the train here Saturday for her homo at Hardinsburg Mils Mollio Adkision entertained to Mrs tea Saturday Mirs Eli ibetli Hal G W Prout of Corbin Ky Mr A Ad kisson aud S y Hall Gus Slieliman was hero last weik shaking hands and wearing a very sitis factory smile Webster has candidates and prominent ones too but the Populist cyclone swept us oil tlio boird Our clever and gonial school teacher Mr Geo Hook left this little town Saturday for Hardinsburg his old home Wo regret to give him up as ho was be liked by all who know him Ho is a gentleman iu every respect as well as a splendid school teacher Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When we say all kinds of printing we mi an anything in the form of print- Â¬ ing wo can do BniXKKsiuiHiK Nkws School Report Report of Shiloh School District No 57 for tlio term ending Jan 15 1807 Willie V Grade O car Dlack 87 Hugh Cox 80 7 J Florence Riddle 85 Oj Arthur Ater 84 2 Otis Severs 81 Mary Shelman 815 8 Almar Seveis 801 Grover Severe 7S 2 Ernest Cart 774 IV Grade Amandus Riddle 80 2 j Ella Dandy 81 II Eatol Cart 774 Vic tor Handy 705 Daisy Ciaycomb 73 Willie Shelman 72 Ida Ater 71 j Kvia Severs 707 Cora McCubbins 15 Bina Bandy CO II Grade Eula Hopo Cart 82 4 Le 70 I Grade Jennie Ciaycomb land Singleton 022 Arthur Brumtield 1 1 iO Only the names of tho pupils making 00 per cent or over are given above Tho School closed Jan 15th witli appropiate exercise Tho prouram was Biography Assign of men renowned in History ment of characters from Christopher Â¬ Nothing like good printing speaks for a house BiiECKENiuiHii News TWO ECLIPSES THIS YEAR THE MARKETS Â¬ El I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tion to tho Spaniards for their butchery Ilevlcu of iriln and Ihettock MarkeU and barbarous methods of warfare Ior Juimary 4S A Spanish force under Captain Mar Clncluujtl Tobacco Market telll entered tho place which had been Hlull S BIT a camp of tho insurgents and beforo Olio lug fo- - iho UHk ij going away secretly poisoned tho wells Kcjoolon forihuwoek ho week lblJ and u fluu spring that is noted for miles Ac mi a alu fur i week IuHtcclu i ho 1000 around as affording extra puro wator lo week Due uigiil novv fo bJ That evening a Spanish band of guer I be 1751 hluU old ulTctetl tlIi week tho others aviriueti II i per 1 0 lbs against ti for rillas entered thctown after had left and camped out Thoy used 13 2 ill Is 1m p ovluiu week ami 5 01 for tho water ai d beforo tho trouble could 1127 Midi tho curiopuudliur Week last leu ua the 1 SI hluU old yem The be ascertained over 25 mcu died rniwed as lnlnws nl 80 ji3 01 iiill ft Tho guerrilla captain was furious 03 i7 IbsJO 93 78 110 23 0V and ho charged tho Cuban residents 491 7i tin f iei37 75 2 flidlfi 10 utt md with poisoning his men They took n l t0 lot of the principal residents prisoners Tlio 5 3 lilitU now offered this week av and putting them in rows shot thorn rruirol II 78 p HO lbs iiilnst 1 S3 for Tho yomen wero then turned 711 hlid ih p a loin week nnd tl b5 for dead lonpoudlng over to tho tender mercies of the men Bit liluUile ii lie 5 3 hlnuweek lint year ranged in folThe Soveral youug boys who attempted to lows- prleoi mi 5 03 88 ft ar 5k33U5 HI have their mothers ami sisters woro UA 13 ttiUU 03 31 IH4SU 3 1 U ruthlessly shot down Tho placo was 1ittW burned tho captain swearing that not rituuiirc ono board should bo left to mark tho Cnttlo Prime tl 7024 00 feeders Tho next day somo of tho sol place 13 tij3t 00 bulU stngi mid cows 12- Wu4 dies from tho first company wero seen 8 00 HoKJ 3 7033 76 Prlmo light story of tho trap tin and thoy told tho heavy 13 33J fiS common to fair V2 25 hail set for tho Cubans but wero hor Â¬ 03 10 tShoop Kxtrn tJ b34 00 good J 7033 80 common I 403J OJ ciiooi rified to learn that their own compan ions iu arms had been caught by their Iambi 13 OOfttS H J veal cnlvoi tu uOni 7 00 barbarous plots 1 1 Â¬ CUSTER tTf vine Oliver has gono to Texas Sandy Ilutler is a candidate for Asses Â¬ sor John Cook went to Hardinsbiirg Mon- Â¬ day Oscar Alexander went to Huron Sun Â¬ day Jack Harrington went to Ioulsyillo Monday Mrs Hm Jordan who has been quite sick is improving Tobacco is being delivered here this week toF 11 Lyons Miss Ilettle Meyer it yislting her un Â¬ cle M Mfyer of Iluras Ilice Shrewsbury was the guest of Gil- Â¬ Ulumbus to President elect McKinley was mado by the teacher to each pupil Tho children responded readily and the manner iu which the recitutious were delivered showed that each pupil had givon his respective topic careful study and consideration Thanks ore due tho patrons and friends of the school who filled every available space of the school building for their interest in tlio work Amandus aud Florence of tlio school Biddle Almar Severs Willie Hugh Cox aud Willie Shelman will continue their course of study at 1nion Star where Mis Graham goes to ill the unexpired term of Mr Kinclieloe Mits Ciias O Ghaham Teacher Why suffer with Coughs Colds and LaGrippewhenLAXATiVKBiioMoQuiNiNK will cure you in ono day Does uot pro-Â¬ duce tho ringing in the head like Sul Â¬ phate of Quinine Put up in tablets con- Â¬ venient for taking Guaranteed to cure Price 25 Cento or money refunded For sale by A II Fishor Â¬ The Sun Will Be Darkened in February and July Two eclipses of tho sun are scheduled for tlio year 1807 Tho llrst one will take place the astronomers say Febru Â¬ ary 1 It is what Is known as an annu- Â¬ lar or ring eclipse which means that the moon will pass across its centre in such a way that if an observer wero in a favorable position ho would see a large black spot in the face of tho chief lumi- Â¬ nary with a wide ling of light about it The eelirttj will bo visible to North America south of a lino drawn through Boston Memphis and Li Viz Lower California It will bo best observed in this country from the Southern Slates The other eclipse is due July Si and will be visible in all parts of the country Â¬ Â¬ DIRECTJ1Y WIRE OAMTOZIIJL jSsT Cenorhl lliutche Ilrnurt Vlctorlei lor thu Spuiilli Troupt Havana Jan 25 Captain General Weyltr was encamped Saturday night at Uoloudron iu Matanzas provinco Randall aud Chas Mr Oldham is tho Tight lost week owner of a very largo pack of fox and bert Pile at Iluras Sunday W W Vessels Takes Charge or the Paldeer hounds and brought a number with was Lonnie Holmes of McDaniels mer House him aud added to the Cloverport kennel here 1iiilay and Saturday on business The fox hunters have been making sly A spring school will begin hero Feb 1 W W Vessels formerly of Urecken old raynard very cautious about his ram Â¬ Prof Jets HiukiiiBon will be tho teacher ridge county has leased and taken bles both by night and day They re- Â¬ Cal Basham went to Loulavlllo lost charge of the Palmer house on lmler port a number of good chases They Cincinnati He anticipates ica street between Main and the river were out Friday night and treated the Whent taaWWo Corn 2J22Jfo Cat week with his tobacco tie Selected butcher 13 IWidi 23 fair to getting a good price for it Mr Vessels is very popular among the citizsns to a chase through the streets 3 15 it 3 73 common 14 60 a medium Prol Jtsa Iluskinson and lUymond peoplo and will soon have the old Pal with 15 dogs all runniDg ia close pack S 00 Ho Soloonl ami li imubutcher It 6303 63 packing fJ 4 J3 60 common Meador went to Garfield Saturday to mer as popular as it was in Ita palmy and making merry miiair ConiB again to rough i 7333 23 ghoop tl 8i33 76 days Tho Kentucky Blado Mr Oldham attend a Kcial there at night 3 6033 00 lamb B Â¬ lend days with J JA Oldham of Spottsvllie t pent bjv THR BRRGKRNRIDGR Breckenridge In D V NEXWS GJUOYERPOH KY News Fropriitti 27 0 BMig Editors tad WEDNESDAY JANUARY 3aoorlptoa Prlct II Paid 1807 SI 00 a Itir In Advancs at tb End of to Tear 8125 SIX PAGES NOTICE Hates for announcements In these columns follows Cash Inndvanre In iifrv raw Circuit Judge or Attorney County Offices Onk of the br st ways of Betting money into circulation Is by paying ones bill It Is poor policy to put off paying a bill until the entire sum can bo raised There may be times when it is folly to hut it is make two bitts al n cherry Hy not so when settling old accounts paying what you can you show a dislre at least to do the right thing it helps to establish cinfldenco and a half loaf or even a quarter is better than no bread 7 others near Haidinsburg and has an extensive 1ICKUD VV acquaintance throughout the county COUNTY JUDGE lie is a Democrat of the old school hav Â¬ are authorized to announce WILLIAM ing stood with tho party and its nominees The News spent two daysover on the AIILnsa candidate for re election to the ol He has never Uranch last week The farmers are under all conditions fiie of County Judge of Ilieckentidge county subject to the action of the Republican prttary election offered for olllce before that we know of making pieparatious to pitcli a big crop hebruary 1897 but for ninny years he has been its faith- and seem to be cheerful and hopeful of UHCUIT LOlK I C LhRK ful friend the future At any rate they are going to work to do all tley can aud ralsj all announce llfE are authorized tothe Ollicc ofWON JOLLY Circuit Court If ai a candidate lor Mr Lee Walls announces liimulf as a they can so If the good times do come Clrkllreckenrldge county lubject to the decision oftne Kepublican party Nosembcr Heuion 184 candidate for the olllce ol jailer in this with a good demand aud fair prices for them They to their producs llfK are authorized toni announce ROW Ill Issue of the News subject Mr the action are not talkingthtyll have much as they Walls i3 politics so a candidate for the of the Democratic party WhAIIILltlOltD ottiwe nl Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of a citizen of the tnion Star district anil are farming and farm products cattle the Republican pnmtry Ietruiry ath 1897 hogstobacco Thtse three products have there Is no doubt es to his Democracy COUNT V COUKT CIKRK He has a good following among his been moving pretty lively during the r are authorized to announce OW EN CLN enIT MMillAM as a candidate for re election to home people for this olllce and this winter and at fair prices which has the othce of County Court Clerk subject to the should be a big recommendation to him couraged them to greater efforts to in action of the Kepublican prnr ary tleciion Satur Â¬ day Fiby 37 1897 lie is lu the fight to stay and proposes crerru production In tobacco especially to make it warm for the candidate that there will be a much larger acreage put COUNTV ATIORNKV runs ahead of him in this race The In than last year There is nothing dis- Â¬ 1M- - are authorized to annuunieJhSSK K ESK News wishes Mr Walls success couraging lu the outlook on the Branch II KIDCK as a candidate lor County Attorney Farmers are buy Â¬ so far as we can see subject to the action ol the Hepublican primar election J eby 27 iS1 The announcement of Mr Henry ing plows plow grar plow points culti- Â¬ authorized lyEarecandidate fortoreinnouuee KN MIolhce IIKit Matthews as a candidate for the olllce of vators hoes seeds aud tobacco canvas as a election to the ol County Attorney ol llreckenridge Count subject County Attorney subject to the action earlier and in larger quantities than ever to the action ol the Kepublican primary lection of the Democratic party appears in the before This nukes business good for eD 27 iSl7 proper place in this issue of the Nkws the dialers and merchants and puts now bCIIOOL SUERIN I LNDENT Mr Matthews is a young lawyer at Hie Into all channels of trade Timber rj- - are authorized to nnnounce ANDREW Hardinsburg who has been in the prac- Â¬ lumber staves and ties are all iu good DRlhKlLL ns a candidate lor re ilection to II the ofiice of school burintendent of llrt ikeiindge There are several saw mills tice of his profession for sjme years demand County subject to the Hepublican primary eleUlun Mr Matthews is qualified for the office along the road running all the time and Saturday eby a 1S97 and will make a good officer if elected have been nearly all winter These Ut ate authorized to nnnounce SAMUEL W II IATKusaol candidate lor the olliceof School He is a thorough Democrat and has interests give employment to a large Superintendent llreckenndge County subject to alwajs stood by his party The News force of men and puts in circulation lots tlwactionuf the Republican primary e titiun hatur d ly I ibniary 17 1897 of money The merchants nre not near hopes that Mr Matthews will succeed about their bus so countv srin k ok Wiimam I Kmbry of this city a iness as we have seen them Theres a ute authorized to announce Cntsir Kui altv is candidate lor oihce ol County staunch Demrcraf announces himself in smile on their countenances aud n hopeSurveyor ubjict to the action of the Kepublican this iseiiu as a candidate for the olllce of ful look for the future They are not paity 1 lection Noscnibcr 2 187 county jiiler Mr Kinry is well known complaining so much and say trade is JAILER They are putting in throughout the county having made a getting better to announce OUs I Uft KItMauthorized candidate lor reflection race once for Coroner as nominee of tho good stocks aud preparing for a big AN as II MI to the Office of Jailer of llrtckenndue county sub Â¬ Demociatic party He has been a life- Â¬ spring trade ject to the action of the Kepublican primary elec long worker for the welfare and success At Glendeane everything is on the tion Saturd ly Februaro 1S7 of the party and appeals to the voters rush This is one of the livest and moist representative for their aid and assistance at the county branch Every- Â¬ WE are authorized tonstnnounceOUV EIIURCH convention whici mi eta in Hardinsbuig nourishing towns on the aud on the go Cheniult Ky candidate lor Rcpre body seems to be busy rentatite ol llreckenndge county subject to the March 8th If he should leceivu the Jo Mkttiuglya mill right in the heart of action cf the Kepublican Irlmiry llcction Feb 7S7 nomination he will hu a hard man to the town is buzzing from arly morn till CIRCUIT JlIKi beat and is in every respect fully capable late in the evening turning out stacks of I am a cindidite for re lumber bridge timbers Mu vis and tics election as Circuit Judge of discharging tho duties of the olllce 0iUleyihJud1c1l Districts subject to the action ol The News hopes the Democrats over the He hut cut this winter for Moorman the Democratic partv I recognize the Chicago 11 ttform of 1896 as the true eiponen nfUrmociuttc county will give Mr Kuihrys claims a Deau Co over L00000 feet of quarter ptinclples IKM HEATH fair ami impartial consideration Jauuary it 1897 sawed oak which is nil strcked in their yards besides several thousand feet of COMMONWEAL I ITs AITOIINM fci zTT Morton is again before the Demother stuff Jot is one of the pushing I icaiidiilatc lor re election to the olhce ol ocrats asking for their endorsement lor men of the town and gives employment Commonwealth1 Attoluey of the 9th Judicial Dis trict id Kentucky subject to the action of the the olliceof j tiler It will be remem Â¬ to a large force of men and teams DcuiLcratic jMrty WEED S CIIILF bered that Mr Morton made the race for Sons and W J Moorman Deane ASSESSOR this office three jetrs ago anil was only Deau Co are two busy firms buying are authorized to announce JMJ llCOM- - tlefeated by abiuall vote AVI He N a life- Â¬ large quantities of lumber ties aud lo Kit Ik a cmiillilitt fnr A wir nt It rl ridge Count subject to the Republican pruniry long Democrat and is the only one of n bacco paying out lots of money nnd giv Â¬ tltctinn l oy 17 DttutiesJno IknnlnKtr large family in this county affiliating len lauland Achillas Ive ing employment to a great many men with the partyhis fattier before him and The News is under special obligations FUSION ANNOUNCEMENTS all of his brothers being strong and to Conductor Tiiford IV stal Clerk Sear IV JUIHI COIN Republicans Mr Mor- Â¬ gent and all the train boys for courtesies A ire authorized YL a candidate forto pnnou nee W I J MINOR ton stjs if given the nomination he will extended The Texas is exceedingly Judge flllrtckcnridite Counhe a sure winner lit November He has ty Subject to the actiun ol the Democratic Con fortunate in haying their affaiis in the enllon Stturdiy March bth 1897 a large family connection who are Dem- Â¬ hands of so careful kind aud courteocrats and is one of the strong men in CIKCL1T CLERK ous gentlemen VK ate authorized to announce J KSSK II MIL- - the party If Mr Morton is tho winner Djwti at Fordsville the outlook is not EI K as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Ilreck in the convention it will take the best enndge County Subject to the action ol the Demo man the Republicans have to defeat him encouraging The merchants are com- Â¬ italic Contention Salutday March stli 1897 plaining and tho town doesnt linve the announce VKre authorized atocandidate forRICHARDSto SKILLMAN as In this isnie of the News we announce appearance of its usual thrift and bus re election the nlliee ol Circuit Cleik of llreckenndge County iness activity The timbr business Subject to the action of the Democratic Convention the Sheriffs ticket on the Democratic which for several years has been a big Saturd i March 8lh 1897 Bide Buhjtct to the action of the party The ticket is a good one and will doubt Â¬ thing for the town Is now about done COUNTV AT 10KM V less meet with no opposition The can with and the merchants are feeling the authorized F WI are THEWS asa to announce HKNItV At didates are all young men but each of loss of it in their trade But Fordsville candidate lor County tnrncy ol Hreckenridgc County Subject to the them or any one of them has sufficient has a splendid farming country for miles action of the Democratic Convention Monday March 8th iS ability to perform the dutks that will be nround and it wont be long before she required of them The cilice is a respon Â¬ recovers her normal condition lOKhHEKIIF Ike Adair cashier of the Iordsyille one as these men well RICHARD WK are authorized to announceSheriff Subject W sible are all capable and if recognize Hanking Company says his bank Is pros- Â¬ as candidate fcr to yet they nominated the action of the Democratic Convention March 8th With the following deputies C K Light 1S97 and elected will peifoim their ilutiiH perous and doing a splendid business loot Cloverport Scott Cart Union Star and Chas without fear or favor Illchard Owen of Ike Is one of tho hardest workeis in tho Miller Hardinsburg Glendeanti heads the ticket with the fol- Â¬ town having full charge of the bank and frOll JAIIIK doing all the work Ho puts in full ten lowing named deputies C E Lightfoot hours every day VK are authorized to announce IAFzWllT K of this city Charles Miller of Hardins M1III II as a candidate lor Jailer of Ilreck burg Scott Cart t f Union Star Mr enridire Countv Subject to the action f the Demo Charlie Beard is there from Branden cratic Contention Saturday March 8 1897 On en is popular and woll known all burg has a good position with John T VI TV are authorized to announce J I IIKKL1- K over the couuty He lias made a good Smith tho saddle and harness maker as a candidate for J iiler of llreckenndge Coun ty Subject to the action of tie Democratic Con Â¬ choice in tho sekctiou of his deputies and is doing well They lull mo that vention Saturday March 8th 187 and the News wishes him success Charlie is thinking strongly of making K are authorized to announce imiiv u it his permanent home rjiwliliiif Lr IlAUCHAMl L nr llreckenndge County Subject to the action of the In tills issue of the News appears the J D Cooper the druggiot has one of Democratic Convention March cth 189 announcement of Mr Kimble Harmon the prettiest stores we have ever seen in are uuthoiized to announce WM It of ilardinsburir aa a candidate for the W EMIIKV us a candiiate fir I tier nf the country It would he a credit to a enrldge County Superintendent of Subject to the actian the office of County much larger town It is so clean and Democratic Convention Marth 8lb 1897 Schools of this couuty subject to the well kept Mr Cooper knows how to JV are authorized to announce II A SHELL action cf the Democratic party Mr V MAN as a candid He for Jailer of Ilrecken run a drug store ridge County Subject to the icllon of the Demo Harmon is a new man in politics was crane Convention March blh 187 We spent a pleasant evening at the raised a Repubican but after reaching announce ELK WALLS WK jre authorized to illcr of llreckenndge Coun manhood cast his lot with the Demo hospitable homes of Jerry Tiiford and a candidate lor J Dad Seargent who are nicely llxed up tv Subjoct to the action of Hit Democratic tuny cratic party and linn been voting with TrccinctConvennone March 6h County Con us aud working with us for many years and have pleasant families where one ventioii March Stli For this ofliceone of the most important feels al home The two lovely daugh WK are authorized to annource SCOTT MOKO to tho people in the couuty Mr Harmon ters of Mr Seaigent are especially Interas a candidate for Jailer ol IlrtcLrnndge County Subject tn the action ol the Democratic is specially qualified being a graduate of esting and entertaining Convention March 8th 187 one of the best colleges in the State aud It makes us feel a little aged when wo SUIf KINTKNDEST OK COMMON SCHOOLS having made teaching and educational go over to Glendeane and meet Hob Hob to arnounce WK are authorized candid He lor theKIMIILK work a special study He was in Miss erlsii Fli Dean Jesse and Dave Moor- Â¬ KM AN as a olhce of County Superintendent of Schools Subject to the issippi for several years where he had man Will Moorman and Willie Owen uctiou of the Democratic party M irch 81I1 iSjy under his charge some of the best schools in their gray locks now heads of large ure authorized to annnunce FRANK A Â¬ IIKAVIN as a candid u for ih irr r iu that State After an absence of near- families aud looked upon over there as County Supetlntendent of Coinmun Schools of ly twelve years he returned to his home the old men of the couutry It seems Hreckenrldge county subje t to the nctlon nf the county lie witi given the Public School only just a little while ago when they llemocratic ccnvciillcn March 8 18 7 at Hart in burg last year which he wero young hoys going to school in this CONSTAHLU taught moi successfully Mr Harmon town liyelyand frollcksome with outstlf T IS are authorized to announce I UK insulin knows th needs of the common Bchool f as a candidate for Constable In the llrl never dreaming that they were to take Lure luirict Subject to the action of the Demo interests of this couuty and if successful the places of their fathers and follow in cratic Convention Mondiy March 8th 1897 in the race has every qualification to fill their footsteps They are now like their Kent your prlutln to the Ureckkx- - tho oflle acceptably The party will father the subsantial citlzuis of that nitxiK Msv8 make no mistake in nominating 111 in for neighborhood and identified witli its bus tills place He will make a strong race iness interest and prosperity HM11 Jolin Y Ueaucliamp of Irving before the people on account of his ex Â¬ ton announces liiineelf a candidate for perience as an educator Itev Donald M Grant preached at thu oflke of jailor lu this Ihmuo of the G us ton lost Sunday momng and evenNehb subject to tlie action of the Doni- In this issue of tliCBcaVttws we are ing Miss Mauds Atlkinson was received ocratlc party Mr Ueaucliamp la a tried authorized to announce Frank A Ileavin into tho church at tho morning service and true Democrat always standing for as a candidate for the olllce of Couuty hla party and its nominees He lias Superintendent of cchools Bubjkt to the Cloverport public Bchool will close never however asked or an olllce at its action of the Democratic party Mr next Friday Mr Logan hasrocured nn hands before We eel assured that if Ileavin Is not a now man in politics as excellent class of students and on Mon- Mr Beaiichamp receives the nomination a short review of his history will show day Feb 1 he will begin one of the mrst and la elected next November lie will Once before ho was a candidate for the successful private schools eyer taught In make a wo t y and fill ent riTler oflke of Surveyor In which lie was the city REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements lticiiAiii A Micllman announces him- Â¬ are as self In this issue of the News as a candiooo date for the olllce of jailer su ject to the 5 oo action of the Democratic party Mr Shellman Is a substantial farmer living Â¬ and filled tho rlllco ac I H W TIME TABLF BRANDENBURG for four years galn lie notrtn went became a candidate for tho nomina Â¬ IMstrnxr lull srr HardlMhurjt Hill pru Mis James Bland Is still quite sick tion for County Clerk lu which race he 80IKO HIT JtssTalor was iu town Sunday last was defeated This writ no discredit to Passenger bally srr Ilarillnnhlirir 7i1n aiu L L Lewis and I M Diiueati were In him however br his opponent viih one of the strongest men the party hail Mr LiiihullleSiturday HARDINSBURG licavln is a graduate cf Ceclllan collrgc Spring term of Brandenburg Normal Cecilia Ky He has taught school in will open Tit slay Feb J Prospicts this county for five years all of which Sewing machines James Klucheloe flattering amply qualifies him for the olllce he now M McAvItt went to Irvlnglon yester Â¬ The Rv Clint Jenkins pn ached last seeks There is no discount on his De- day Sunday at the Baptist ulurui morning mocracy for ho basalwajs been one of There Is a very sck lady al the Uarnf s and evening the partys strong workers If given the hotel Misi Mnttle Shackleti of Otk Grove nomination fur this cilice he will poll the Joe It Cux went to Webster last was a guest Saturday and Sunday of Miss full vote of his party and perhaps some successful Â¬ ceptably pmttmmtmmmiittttmtmmmtmji Vlppertunity- E XJLii 3 Oi Your Life sty 3 Â¬ Z Wc have just placet upon our gain Counter io docn fine linen om white shirts Bar- Bos- - ltK Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 11 Â¬ 1111 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - 11 iti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wi Â¬ Â¬ den Mies Katie Leslie anil George Bondu Mrs Will L uiiin is visiting at Ste ran of Louisville are visitors of Mrs pbensport No 12 nil silk Ribbon 15 cents per Mrs M II Beard was visiting In CIc E Bondurant Harry Smith of Garrett and Mr Nail ST vcrport last week yard No 9 all silk ribbon 10 cents Dont forget the astlgnees tale at Har of Vino Grove have entered the Bran per yard denburg Normal neds next Saturday Miss Eleanor B Hendricks was the The assignees sale will be continued guest of Futelle Elder last Sunday at at Hamed next Saturday Mrs Bondurants Kev W B Sueed of biulsvllle was Ladies Muslin Underwear at half man- Revivals nre numerous throughout the here last Satutday and Sunday State Tidal waves come and go We jg facturcrs prices Dont fail to call nnd VMs Eula Miller left last Saturday for like a steady old 11 w Itaosellville Ky to enter college m 2- inspect our line Mr and Mrs Proc Malln have gone to The B N Colleire openul its present ABhland Ky for a mouth when they session with forty two new pupils will return to Chicago H Keep me in mind when you purchase Theres a lull in the matrimonial a sewlpg machine James Kincheloe market The spring buds will bting on Lennin has been sooken of for another Hush no doubt the Legislature on tho lopulist ticket Mis Ella Gregory of Cloverport is John Coleman and Charles Claycomb expected soon to visit her parents Mr QUARTERLY REPORT Meade Countys Candidates of Webster wero hero one day last week and Mrs Geoige Dowden OK THE Tho Court house at Brandenburg laBt Ladies it is to your interest to consult Mts Win Rhodes has been exceed Monday was packed with people to hear me on sewing machines James Kinche- Â¬ ingly ill her life d spaired of but she the dear candidates start themselves off loe Is some better at this writing CLOVKItPORT KV for nominations in tho Democratic pri Â¬ Miss Annie DeJernette left last Sat We are having some chilling blasts mary to be held March 13 Tho whole Attlieoloseof bussincn on the 26th day of Ler 1891 urday for Bowling Green to enter col- Â¬ just now but we want to remember we afternoon was taken up with speeches lege RESOURCES are in dear old Kentucky and not In commencing with Judge McBeath for Loans and Discounts less loans to Felix Meyer of Buras spent latt week sunny Florida Circuit Ju lg aud ending with Uncle Directors 10316791 here visiting his slbtr Mrs Itjbert Ale Brandenburg is about to rival Hawes Jimmy Brynnt for Magistrate There Loans to OITicers 4345 95 unsecured Guffin 1081 55 A were thirty six in all and the list we Overdrafts ville in the epidemic of measles 95134 01 lltv Hunt remained here a few days number of cases already nnd a new one understand is not near inado up jet Due from National Hanks Due from State Hanks and this week to asss- - iu the protracted is heard of every day Tliey were a jolly good natured set of Hankers 4973 8s 5010 86 meeting Little D wight Coleman who was so fellows and not ti one of them but what Hanktrg House and Lot 3000 00 Mr Robert MeGulHn who lias been Haverely burned several months ago is made n good speech and a good impress Other blocks nnd Ilonds o5H 73 11100000 sick for the last two wet ks is able to be still a great Bjfferer and unable to use ion The crowd seemed to appreciate Specie Currency 13735 08 29735 08 out again his limbs Dr Pusey is hopeful of his their tllorta and never missed nn oppor30011 00 tunity to applaud their favorites There Furniture nnd Fixtures Isnt your siwing machine about worn ultimate recovery 32S8 will bo lots of fun and a warm time in Debts in Suit out If so come and sse me James M Byerly will teach a spring Mr A Protest Account 49 93 Meade from now on till the primary is Kincheloe school at Masonic Hall where he has one ol Here s hoping that the last 117287 83 V G Babbage has b en appcinted ad- Â¬ been teaching for the last live months over LIABILITIES may be elected ministrator of the estate of Law son Mr Byerly is a good Christinn man aud them Capital St ck paid in In cash 1M5100 co Surplus Fund is conscientious in every respect Matthews deceased 2500000 we will Undiided Irofltt Send us 2o cents in stamps nnd 603 S I M and U L Beard had a fine ice Business is reported to be reviving in til to you five quires of flue note paper Due Depositors as fjltows iz harvest from their big pond near the everywhere with flittering prospects for Deposits subject to check on which UiiECKENitiwiE News interest is not paid 6893 69 an early spring trade What is tho mat cool spring this wet kJ Tims ccrtiilcttes of deposit on which ter witli tho bankers Scarcely a day biATK or Ohio City or Toledo Mrs T B Henderson of Webster 3 per cent interest is pildl J Lucas County 77271 20 146193 09 that one or more dot sut go to tho wall was Here last week visiting her daughFiiank J Cheney makes oath that he Fund to lay Taxes 390 92 The lot on the river known m the is ter Mrs Anion Kincheloe the Benior partner of the iirm of F J Jii72575 Powell lot has been purchased on which Ciienky et Co doing business in the City Next Friday will he tho Inst day for State or hENtickv Circuit Court About thirty live suits to erect a mill nnd work has really be of Toledo County and State aforesaid County of Ilreckenridg gun It will certainly benefit this place havo been brought up to this lime I A It Skillman Cashier of The IlrtckinrMue and that Haiti tirm will pay thu sum of Judge Mercer returned from Louis- bringing trade and people A littlo ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Hank a Dank located and doing business on W till ville last Friday His suit against Mc more enterprise is needed to jiusi it to aid every case of Cataiihii that cannot street In the city of Cloe pott In satdrou ty being duly snorn sajs that the f retfoing Ilcport completion Cracken Co hit not come off yet be cured by the use of Halls Cataiiiiii is In ill respects a true statement of the condil n Circuit Court convenes to day Mou Cuiie FRANK J CHENEY of the said Hank at the dote cf business on the 2ilh Miss Maud Snitli left last Saturday A swarm of candiiiiis will bo on day fore me and subscribed in day of December tSyfi to the best of his knowledge Sworn to lit for Sturgis Ky where she will take a hand aud tniavity will be the ruling my presence this Jib day of December and belief and further says that the butines- - of ttiid position in Prof Shackletts school Hank hat been transacted at the location mircl spirit Now is the time Ask favois of A I I8SC and not elsewhere nnd that the aliove report is Miss Lillio Scott returned home from whose name is Legion Pop those The A W GLKASON z made In compliance with with an official notice reLouisville last Friday where she has ulists hold a convention too But my ceived from the Secrelary of Slate designating lhc SEAL been visitinc her tister Mrs Ld Beard dear Mr Editor you will hi here circu- Â¬ Notary Public i6lhdayof December 1896 as the day on which j such report thill be made What is more happiness to a house- lating and playiug tho agreeable f ir you A II Skillman Cashier keeper than a smooth running sewing are a candidate Im sure in tho interest Hills Catarrh Cure is taken Internally FNDlIuv and acts directly on the blood nnd muI havo them James Kinche- ofthedturold News inachiuo So you will re- Â¬ W II HottMER t Directors loe JT ShlLLMAN port tho current items of the day and cous surfaces of thu 8 stein Send for Subset ibed and sworn to before me by A II Tho new candidates are bobbing up thus relieve this column of the responsi- testimonials free Ski Iman Cashier the 30th day of December i86 F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 at the rate of about ten n week Dont bility Chas n Skillman N 1 II C CySold by all Druggit ts 75c Commission expires Jan 16th 1900 get alarmed dear readeryou cant escape Jailer Oh yes I did promsj to them Rev J T Keenan and wife wjre in come again but Angels and ministers QUARTERLY REPORT Rev Adaim who has been aslstlug in of Grace defend us I We have them city a f w hours Mondiy They left on OF THE the protracted mjeting here left last galore too tnanv to enumerate Any- Â¬ the evening train for Paducab where Thursday fjr his home in Bowling how I have a near next door neighbor Rev Keenan is pasor of the M E BANK OF HARDINSBURG Green E R Bondurant who is on tho track and Church in that city HARDINSBURG KV Wanted Firit class canvassersladies if you please dont forget him Our At the close of business on the 6th day of D ci in present incumbent is a mighty clever or gentlemen Salary ll per week ber 1896 Address W S Bcitn box six Hardins- fellow and has made us an excellent RESOURCES ofllcer The race it seems to in will Loans and di counts less loans to buig Ky Directors t S6 811 44 Every lady w ho runs a s iwlng machine be considerably mixed but both of thes j Ixians to Directors officr r not gentlemen will I know ruu well Aswishes to save every dollar she possibly Included 320000 Overdrafts unsecured can you can do it by consulting James sessors Their name too is Legion but 59170 Mr Dowell has asked me peismally to Due from Naional Hanks Kincheloe 30854 36 Hanking House and Lot speak of him and I certainly take pleas Â¬ 3loooro Rev Joseph Diigtin has sold his place Other Heal Hstate 775 46 at Hamed to Eli Pile Mr Duggin has ure in doing so He is in every way Other Stocks and Ilonds 3975 worthy nnd competeut To tell the Cash on hand flinco purchased a part of Henry Har 863199 honest truth the Democratic party is so Oiher items carrid as Cash 167 3 nedd farm Furniture and Fixtures split I do not tnko the interest in politi- Â¬ Coo 00 Fund to lay Taxes Notwithstanding that confl leueo hasnt cal affairs I once did I dont like it one 2403 Current Expenses Last Quarter been restored house keepers still use bit because the gold men were 100771 excluded sewing machlues my prices are right 140052 8z from the primary and I do think it a LIABILITIES James Kincheloe crying shame for one isme to constitute Capital Stock paid in In caih 2jooo 00 We can assist you The revival at the Methodist church Democracy Watch tho Republican par- Â¬ Undivided FroflU 8268 86 still continues The Baptist minister ty and see if its pleasing the sottud monDeposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid Rev Hunt preached there last Sunday ey wing of Democracy any more than 48931 71 Time certificates of deposit on which at eleven oclock the silver one The party got together 3 per cent Interest in paid 57832 25 106783 96 The will of Austin Beavin was admit Â¬ after the va we hardly know how it By selling you goods that n n a ll ted to probate iu the County Court last can again with right leaders Hasten OTATK Or KENTICKV will tickle his pallet and j I Monday John U Mattlnyly and F A the day County of Hreck enrldgej save his bank account Benvlu are named as executors The Literary of Brandenburg Normal MII Board Cashier of Bank ol Harjinslajirg S Ernest Robertson is of the opinion had a largo audience last Friday night Bank located and doing business In the town of We have the goods and Hardinsburg In aid counlylelng duly sworn says that politics is a little touh He was Miss Lula Blands Original Story Miss prices to do it that the foregoing Report Is in all respect u true only lu the race fir County Clerk long Estelle Eiders essay and M Annie statement of the condition of the said Hank at tho enough to get side tracked clean out of Dowden ou N P Willis were hi Give us your next order close of business en the 26th day of December 1896 the literary the ting to tho best of his knowledge and belief and furher features of the evening Mr Nail on and be convinced ays that the business of said Hank has been ttans George Gray of Hurned started in the Future of the Southland whs imacted at the location named and not elsewhere and Monday to make a mouths ride for sher promptu ami Gregory n fleeted great credit on Gibson that the above report is made in compliance with an iff Pate in the collecting business Mr the young ofnclit notice received from the Secretary of State muiid ability as a tUclalmer Pate announces again that the taxes Ho certainly should have had an deilgnating the 26th day of December i8y6 as the ap Â¬ will have to come or somebodys prop plause day on which such repo t shall be made when he so pathetically roferred MII IIearu Cashier crty will In taken in to Leos surrender nnd I ho wearing ot O W Heard lWcenstd to marry Ben II Bates to tho gray but when he reached the slver J Directors M Eikwix E It M Jolly Slls Minnie Taul J E Pale to Miss questiou Bonis of us did not feel so much Subscribed and sworn to bef ire nmliv M II Mattie Brlckoy II S McCoy to Miss enthusiasm Minnie Bland Letiu Nevitt the 29th day of December 1596 Nettle G Petit Noble Runner to Miss and Lula Woolfolk sang assisted by SsKlLLMAN It Clerk n C C the f Lydia L Cashman Charles Bishop to alto voices of Lula Bland Hy Frank Hoard IJ C and Mabel r uuwiv Ji Miss Hattie 1 Johnson Gtorge W Hardin Speaking of Lee brings to mind My Farm For Sale Haj craft to Mrs Sarah A Barbeo 0 0 that tho Confederate Veteran Camp of ifii Ar ntl J II uoo no ant Lewis to Miss Ella Mosely and It L New Is the certainty of fulfillment of Vii ardn1Migonlt the farm mrewhich a 11Jirlili f York City celebrated Lees birth J goodi hePlacl very will luiproed uonmoderateI Burton to Mist Crella Mttthows ench mid every ouo of them day Jan 10th by giving its seventh andwclf ng house and all other necessary cut- When you leave your watch Our reputation is widely known for nual dinner at St Denis Hotel I have ever the with tns for repairs it Is sufdrjesr years tUpf P101 aorchard go dry one Alsj a Kood the execution of line printing Biieck a program of the dinner tno toasts Any I ftlirh n nl ir Want r nn ficient guarantee that you will jvnw uuu tfl lor manse vei the music The guests were Southern knkiimtk News have an accurate and reliable FAlRIlJli TEAFF on the Farm era and ex Confederates Gov Thomp Â¬ Or V O Haboaire Hardinsburg Ky Style of Viiiting Cards tlmtpiicj son of South Carolina made a beautiful The cards med by gentlemen how aro speech The toast to Leo was Modest Did it ever occur to you that Lime For Sale small so is the script engraving Tho in the hour of victory he more Watches are ruined by commanded I rnijiilrCJJbreI0f tta ht nume should bo in the center and noth- Â¬ tho respect of the victors in tho P iucompetent workmeu than delivered at ny point on the Ohio hour of rherbetwemLcuisvlllaand Evansvlllo bend me ing else on the card Tho ladlts have u defeat by nctiuil wear AVo have your orders Yankeo Doodle Dixie Auld S tUAUT tJWEN j wldoT scopo to select from as the el of Lang Syne gained the reputation for Wolf Creek Ky by the orchestra It was a the card depends entirely on their taste stag dinner but dont you forget miles around for the best Wanted Salesman to sell a very crmpltto line one and the sz i of the card case In large brilliant toast Woman uhclB ml specialties iU work at reasonable prices A Gods last d raen J Clevelindohlo0 towns the address shoud be used Sta- and best gift tn man was t Co trial will convince you beautifully tioner and Printer Ut UU K- wa and tenderly haudled by a minister vu rw v Mirnirtcrtiirzr ftj UWUU5 present Old Folks at Home Dixie y and Star Spangled Banner were i ung Send us your printing ifit is first data tlM The hatchet is buried by them the pipe iTsry Two big bars of soan for fit- - nrpnr 1 workyoure after BrttCKgNRiDOB Nkws vnf of peace Is smoked J dlbaoa Green applea Gregory A Gibson Thursday Dow Â¬ lone RIBBON UNDERWEAR y 3 g sJfl i W Downier Son Â¬ BreckinridgeBank Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ How to Make Your Husband Love You How 1 Â¬ Â¬ Grocers Ho lul Iwl Promises i -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rvi Â¬ 1 OABTOniA 1 1 j HaTcTn Let sr 9 ii i brilMJMaba v - -- i - THE BRRDKRNRIDGR NRWB OLOYRRPORT KY PARTY o gtiard over tlo stability of our tnensuru of value nnlst be strengthened nut weakened To do this tho rght to the Issuo of all kinds of money must bo reserved to tho Government In place of doing away with our greenback currency and filling Its place with bank currency we must do away with our bank currency and fill its place with national currency If the Democratic party wuid 1 ccomo the party of the people It must inako this ono of Its ends The control over our Issues of money by the National Government is demanded in tho interest of our producing clnsH p in tho Interest of those who cannot be secured in the enjoyment of the fruits of their toll save by insuring to them a stable measure of value by which thoy may mew tire tho price of their products and pay their debts To protect all men agalrst tho despoilment of tho fruits of their toll is the duty of Government Indeed it is for this the protection of the weak against the aggressions of the strong that government exists The fulfill ment of this duty no government that alms to protect the interests of all its citizens equally and without prejudice can eeek to avoid To secure an equality of chance in this worlds race to all men our Republic was consti- Â¬ tuted It follows that no party that would shun tho responsibilities devolved on a Government so constituted can hope for success as the party of the people Where transportation lines enjoying valuable franchise given by tho public in consideration of the rendering ot a future valuablo public service havo grown into monopolies and become the tools of speculative elqucs It becomes the duty of tho government to step in and assume control of such corporations so as to protect those who mako uso of them from unjust dis criminations and extortionato charges Just such abuses we havo now to deal with and the Democratic party must face them courageously not halfheartedly just as it must face the efforts of the moneyed interests to secure a monopoly of our currency and combat at nil times and places tho aggrts slons of centralis jd capital or lose its chance to become the party of the people The Democratic party must show its readiness to assume all such respon Â¬ sibilities and its ability to cope witli them or it has no future as n peoples party and as there is already a party of an oligarchy and as there is no place between the party striving to serve tho interests of an oligarchy and the party that must serve the interests of the producers ot wealth the Democratic party can have no place There must bo a party of human rights as there Is a party of property rlghta The Democratic party is not now but it can become that party it rests with the leaders not the voters of that party to say whether it will or not If tho leaders have not the decis ion to recognize and combat tho oggret slons of centralized capital wherever met with or tho breadth to welcome as allies all men whether Populists or Republicans who are ready to join hands with them it given half a chance then the voters who have mado up the strength of the Democratic party will break party ties and join in building n peoples party a party that may be the Peoples party or may be not Tho American lbiladel delphia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iii THE FUTURE OF THE DEMOCRATIC M v The campaign of 18l ended in the victory of the Itepublican party but not of thn Republican party na it wns known to itfl foundeis It ended In this defeat of tho Democratic party but not of the Democratic party of four years back The Republican party abandoned lis old principles and took up with new it throw nside its advocacy of policies built on tho broad faitli that gave birth to the party tho faith that human rights the rights of life liberty and the putsult of happiness the foundation stones of liberty and our republican institutions are superior to the rights of property and it become tho champion of property rights and the adrocato of policies calculated not to conserve the general weal but to advanco the interests uuu vmoa iu me ueiriiueub ui an uuieiB wu nuvuiniu ul jruiu ico tmuiumcu iu bu rich the fortunate Dcssetsors of ono particular kind of property money and debts at the cxpenso of all other owneis of property of all these engaged in the pro duction of wealth Thus the Republican party ceased to be tho party of human rights and became tlio party of property rights nnd human slavery It had its birth in the belief firmly engraven on many hearts that all men lmye an inherent right to the enjoy Â¬ ment of tho fruits of their toll and that to deprive men of such fruits Is an injus-Â¬ tice that cannot be justified on the ground of vested rights of property either In man or his labor however long established by custom All men have a right to the free disposal of their labor and no man lies the right to deny to any other tho enjoyment of such right Such was tho foundation stone on which was bullded the Republican party Entrusted with power it engaged in the work of freeing 4000000 of negro slaves it engaged In the work of securing to all men the fullest enjoyment of the fruits of their toll But it is no longer engaged in this work it has thrown this work aside and it has engaged in the work of building up an oligarchy of wealth to which labor must pay tribute It has taken up with a policy that is calculated to enhance the value of the dollar that is calculated to Increaso tue burden of all debts calculated to exact from the producers of wealth an share of their products and give to tho owners of debts Thus aro all producers of material wealth impoverished thht the owners of the representatives of wealth money and debts may bo enriched and to this exaction from the producers of wealth of an undue share of the fruits of their toll such as must grind the many down to poverty that the few may reap an aggrandizement of wealth end power the Republican party has lent its aid So the Ilepubllcan party of to day is not the Republican party as was known to its founders The party that achieved success during the lost campaign achieved success under the samo party cloak as covered the party of Lincoln in 1800 but the component parts of that party the principles advocated by that party were vastly different The clcak is the same but the party has changed The campaign of 18C0 gave birth to a new Republican party but to one that had deteriorated not improved So too did the campaign of 1890 give birth to a new Democratic party It ended not in the victory of tho Republican party as we had known it not in the M defeat of the Democratic party that acknowledged the leadership of Mr Cleveland but in the birth of two new parties As we have seen the Republican party aban doned its advocacy of human rights censed to work for policies calculated to work for tho general weal and became the champion of property rights On the other hand the Democratic party purged itself in a measure of Its false leaders of those men w ho worked to make the Democratic partv as they had striven to make the Republican party the champion of property rights and human slavery To these men designing to build up an oligarchy of wealth in America through tho agency of an appreciating dollar the Democratic party did not fall a prey The Republican paity by its surrender of principle its advocacy of the appre- Â¬ ciating gold measure of value made itself the tool of the speculative cliques aiming to build up a moneyed oligarchy tho Democratic party by opposing itself to this made of itself in a measure the party ol the people But before it can take to Itself this proud distinction it must prove Itself worthy of such distinction it must do more than oppose itself to tho efforts making to fasten the golJ standard on our people it must oppose itself at every point to the aggressions of centralized capital it must everywhere defend our producing clasps from such aggressions The Democratic party if it would be the party of the peoplo the party of hu Â¬ man rights as opposed to property rights cannot rest content with making of itself tho peoples protector at ono particular point it must espouse the Interests of all these engaged in the production of wealth at all places and all times It it does not do this some new party must There is bound to be a peoples party as opposed to tho party of an oligarchy a party of human rights as opposed to a party of property rights and human slavery The Democratic party can be this party but will it It will not if the leaders narrow it down to the advocacy of silver remonetization Ii must become the advocate of all that this carrits with it not the mute advocate but the forcible and aggmsive one Tho aggressions of tho owners of centralized capital of tliosj who are striving to build up their own aggrandizement upon the industrial enslavement of our peo pie are not limited to their efforts to put silver aside for all time as a money metal They are oppoeed to the free coinage of silver because they see that tho restriction a of the money of tho western world to the narrow gold basis cannot fail to keep money dear and prices low thereby enhancing the value of all debts for debts are of necessity paid in property or what is the same thing in dollars bought with property and tho lower prices fall the more property will It tako to buy these dol lars the more property must the producer of wealth part with and the more property will the owner of debts receive Consequently the dear dollar works for the impoverishment of the owners of property and tho enrichment of the owners of debts Bearing this in mind it is quite clear why the owners of debts should op pose the restoration of silver to its place as money and the cheapening of the dollar But it is also quite evident that this depreciation of property cannot go on for ever without the erstwhile owners of debts becoming owners of property Debts are paid with property So long as the debtors property Is sufficient L 2 to pay such debts the loss tails on the debtor liut let tue property so ue I nreciate in value that it cannot be sold so as to realize the needed dollars to pay the debt then the debtor cannot pay he is forced into bankruptcy and then the man who started as an owner of debts becomes the owner of property So in one case alter another tho appreciation of gold brought about by the closing of the minta of tho western world to free silver coinage And as this goes is turning the owners of debts Into owners of property on the interests of those who started in as owners of debts become identi- Â¬ cal with the interests of tho producers of wealth They do not want to see property further depreciate Having become owners of property further depreciation in the value of such property must entail loss upon them As owners of property they want to see tho same property appreciate that they sough to depreciate when owners of debts So the champion o dear money and low prices becomes as the owner of property a wisher for cheap money and high prices Therefore it is that the dealers in debts cannot profit for all tirao on an appreciating dollar The time comes when It is to their interest that that dollar depreciate and prices rise That time is when through the ruin of their debtors they become owners of property that they want to sell To get high prices for such property they must cheapen the dollar and to cheapen the dollar they must increase the volumo of money This could bo done by opening our mints to silver But to open our mints to silver and keep them open would be to per Â¬ manently increase the volume of money and permanently raise the level of prices and this the owners ol property who havo become such through the failures of their debtor do not desire Tiiey do not want to enter into the cultivation of fields nor do they want to open mines or run mills or factories on their own account What they want to do is to sell such prop- Â¬ erty and after selling it to loan out the money so realized to a new set of producers thus becoming again owners of debts And once again owners ol debts they would again want to have dear money To get dear money they must contract the volume of money and this they could not do if the expansion they had desired when as owners of property they had wanted 11 I nrloo Imil Imnn tirnnnlif plinnt liv nnnninir thn mints to free silver S rfpcoinage unless they could close the mints to silver ogain and mithdraw circulation the silver that had been coiued This they could not do at will They would have to fight for it every time Therefore it is that the dealers in dobts want a paper currency tho issue of which shall be placed in the hands of their creatures the banks So comes the demand that the Government go out of tho banking bus Â¬ iness that the greenbacks and treasury notes issued by the Government bo retired and the banks authorized to ill their place with bank currency The banks occe entrusted with the control over our volume of currency and then tho dealers In debts controlling tho banks would be in position to make money grow continuously dearer when as owners of debts they would be benefited by such policy and to reverse this policy and make money grow cheaper and prices higher when as owners of property ac- Â¬ quired from their ruined debtors they desired to dispeso of such property The safety of our producing classes demands that the Goverment never place such power in the bauds of tho banks The control over tho volume of currency which carries with it a control over the general level of prices is a power that cannot be safely vested in other hands than those of the V I Government It is a power that should be exercised for the general weal Â¬ Merit talks tho Intrinsic vnluo of IIoodsBarsa partita Merit In mediclno means tho power to cure Hoods Barsaporllla possesses actual and unequalled curatlvo power and thero foro It has truo merit When you buy Hoodd Sarsaparlllajand tako It according to directions to purify your blood or euro any ot tho many blood diseases you aro morally certain to rccclvo benefit Tho power to euro is there You aro not trying an experiment It will mako your blood pure rich and nourishing and thus drlvo out tho germs ot disease strengthen tho nerves and build upthowholosystcm Merit Talks Invincible Unsurpassable Without a Peer Writes n regular fiubscriber woh has rend it for many yours of the Twicen wook issue of tho St Louis Globe Democrat anil this is tho unanimou verdict of its more thanhalf a million readers is beyond all comparison tho biggest best and cheapest national news and family Journal It is published in America strictly Republican in politics but it is above all fa newspaper and gives all tho news promptly accurately and impartially It is indispensable to tho Farmer Merchant or Professional man who desires to keep thoroughly posted but has nottho time to read a large Daily paper while its great varie Â¬ ty of wel sclected reading matter makes it an invaluable Home It H Sarsaparilla GARRETT if ill s Â¬ Is tho best tn tact tho Ono Truo Blood Iuriner lrcparctlonly hy C I Hood Co Lowell Mass Hoods Pilis ximsiff Clinton Crutcher visited the fair at Webster Sunday Mies Lula Crutcher leaves soon for the study of music Our spring school begins Jan 18 with Mies Conway as teacher Josh Montgomery of Cincinnati is visiting friends in our community this week and Family Paper TWO PAPERS EVERY WEEK EIGHT PAGES EACH TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ONE DOLLAR FOR ONE YEAR SAMPLE COPIES FREE Questions for Young lien ON DRESS YELLOW LAKE ffrom power in the hands of interested parties above all in the hands of tho owneis of debts whoso interests would tempt them to exercise it in antag Â¬ onism to the Interests of all producers of wealth of all owners of property whose property the owneis of debts sought to confiscate would bo criminal the surrender towards such a surrender tiouy Any step to the Government of the of sovereign poweras money would right to Issue paper banks be must be strenuously opposeu it win not uo io rtev iu micucea uum the danger is upon us in all Kb force We must at once prepare to bsflle any efforts that have In view the weakening of the control of the Govern Â¬ ment over the issue ot money The guardianship of the volume of money carries with it the guardianship over our measuro of value and the power of the Government to control the volumo of currency and hence its ability From Harreri Hound Tuble Miss Minnie Rhodes Is visiting tho Thero Is a certain professor in a certain family of Mr Linus Coomes Kirk this university of the United States who oncei week at the beginning of ono of his lectures on Thomas Moore says he can repeat flue arts got on tho subject of tho kind with his favorite poet Longfellow Into tieBof young of plus worn in the neck each life some rain must fall some days college men He was a good lecturer be dark and dreary and was always interesting but this lect- Â¬ Misses Georgianna and Josie Lewis of ure was the most interesting of hisconrso boys who heard Kirk have been spending the last two to the threo hundred him and tho whole hour was spent on weeks with their sister Mrs Ken neck tio pins their use and misuse and Rhodes Ben Clarkson of Meade county pur Â¬ what they suggested The gist of what he said was that thero was no more rea- Â¬ chased a nico lot of cattle from Joo son why a boy should wear a horseshoo Sorshell Kon Rhodes and Ell Storms with a whip across it all iu gold than last week Mr Clarkson offeis good that houses should havo sieves for roofs prices for cattlo and our cattle men are And that as it was extremely foolish to always glad when he comes around put a big sieve on your house for a roof Miss Alice Brown nnd brother Fred so it was quite as foolish to wear horse- Â¬ of Glendeane were guests of Missis shoes on your neck ties Tho principle Lissie and Dora McDoniel last Saturday of this is that you should have a reason i and Sunday in what you wear as well as in other Miss Itouie Mattingly of Kirk and things and that senseless decorations Miss Lonie Rhodes of Irvlngton are like horseshoes on neck ties or neck ties visiting MUs Maggie Rhodes this week on horseshot s are silly and unbecoming Willie Cannon and Fred McDoniel to a self respecting person This partic two of our most enterprising and respect Â¬ ular example was only ono to illustrate ed young men are quito sick being con a principle which is that nothing un- ijued to their bed most all tho time usual queer out of the ordiuary is in Did you henr tho joko on one of the fact most itself a good thing that in things that are queer and out of tho or Â¬ girls who attended tho party last Fri Â¬ dinary are likely in the question of day night Ask Mis3 Louie Rhodis if dress to be in bad taste A mans dress she knows any one who lost her shoes ought to be quiet but it must be clean between St Anthony and Monastery and well taken care of in every instance bridge Undo Jerry Rhodes a well known and The best dressed man is tho man who in whatever compauy he finds himself honored colored man of Leitchlield is inconspicuous who you realize in an paid a visit to his old master Frank indefinite way is well appointed though Rhodes last week Several years had you cannot well tell why If you appear passed since he had traversed do old at a dinner in overalls people say you plantation do coon nud possum tracks aro badly dressed and they would repeat and ho seemed to enjoy the old familiar that wise observation if you went out in scenes yery much In the the iiold in a swallow-tail-coThe entertainments given our young same way a man who has a daring neck folks at the homes of Dr Hart W E tie or a purple handkerchief or very long und F K Rhodes last week were largely coat or very short trousers is at once attended and very enjoyable to all conspicuous and therefore badly dreised present We wish to offer our grateful and many thanks to tliem for their kind If youre in doubt whether your trou- Â¬ ness in occasioning us so much pleasure ble is Indigestion or Dyspepsia just take A beautiful little cave has lately been a few doses of Simmons Liver Regulator it discovered amid the towering cliffs I have flowing rills and vine clad hills surroundwill settle the whole question tried Simmons Liver Regulator for Dys Â¬ ing Yellow Lake Though small it conpepsia and find it just the thing to relieve tains many beauties found in the interior me A small dose after meals is sure to of the earth The mound statue staped S S Perkins prevent Indigestion Btalagmltes on the llloor of the cave and ft is the best mediclno to hanging stalactites overhead glistening Sharon Gn aid digestion J J Black Duncan in the lamp light as we pass along Arizona remind us there is no end to tho lovliness formed by natures hand For Stamp Collectors Miss Julia Cootnes school closed lost from Ilarfer Hound Table Friday with a delightful treat und enter Â¬ Tho prices of great rarities are not de- Â¬ tainment for the pupils patrons and clining and the common stamps are visitors The program consisted of music worth as much to day as ever but the recitsttonrlialogues and speeches Each middle class U S stamps have had a ser- Â¬ pupil performed their part in a style ious decline during the past threo that was a credit to themselves and months However the stock is not large teacher and delight to a large and at- Â¬ it cannot be increased and tho good tentive audience Miss Julia has taught stamps are constantly being spoiled by a most excellent school and she leavis carelessness or destroyed by accident our community with a host of friends hence the eventual roturn to higher val- Â¬ behind who will remember her with ues is inevitable loving kindness and good wishes A rumor has gone abroad that the Bu Â¬ reau of Engraving and Printing in Wash Â¬ There is Nothing So Good ington contemplates making an entirely There is nothing just as good as Dr of postage stamps or keeping new set Discovery for Consumption tho present dies and changing all the Kings New case there will bo a Coughs and Colds so demaud it and do Iu either colors Bell you some great demand for Plate Nos The pres Â¬ not permit the dealor to claim there is of Plate Nos are quite low substitute Ho will not ent prices anything better but in order to make and collectors should make up their al something else bums rs soon as possible If a new set more profit he may claim to be just as good You want Dr Kings of stamps is issued almost everyone will you know it to be able to get all the new Nos at a slight Now Discovery because bo safe aud reliable and guaranteed to advance on face values Coughs One of the New York dealers has do good or money refunded For Cold Consumption aniLiorall affection adopted a new method of selling scarce stamps For instance a U 8 Revenue of Throat Chest and Lungs there Is New was placed in tho window marked 120 nothing so good as is Dr Kings Trial bottle free at A It the catalogue price with a notlco that Discoyery the price would be reduced f 1 each day Fishers Drug Store Regular size 60 1 until sold Quite a number of collector cents and to buy tho kopt tally and determined stamp when it had come down to 12 or Couldnt Seleot a Better Van 13 They are still waiting as the stamp The Republicans of Cloverport could was sold at J 14 Other dealers intend not select a better or more efficient man to do the same thing with other stamps to fill the duties of postmaster than Capt and In many instances they expect the J II Rowland He liaj always been a stamp to be Bold the second day Republican and la an honest upright gentleman and ia fully capable of attend Â¬ If you want pure whisky get It from ing to the duties of the office Meade County Messenger Chapin Son Hanning Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The health of community otpresent is better nfter several severe cases of la grippe and bad colds Messrs Preston Grinncll and Charlie Nevltt of Brunbenburg passed through town Sunday afternoon Mrs Lula McCarty and Mrs White Â¬ head of Vine Grove were the guests of Miss Lula Crutcher Friday night Mr Sam Thomas has retimed to hi homo In Washington county after a very pleasant visit to his sister Mis Roby Not seeing any Items from our bust nces little town for quite a while I think it time it should be honored by a letter through the BithCKKXitiiHiu Niwh Our school taught by Miss Conway closed Thursday evo with an entertain Â¬ ment Recitations dialogues tableaus and music composed the program a large crowd was present nnd all left say Â¬ ing Allss Frank knew huw to get up an entertainment Wishing tho dear old Uiikckkniuwii Nkws its kind editor nnd readers pros- Â¬ perity and happiness for the year 1817 i GLOBE PRINTING CO ST LOUIS MO A Decayed Tooth Is the cause of much annoyanco in tho winter time Catch cold in it neuralgia toothache ieei mean wnn mo worm uetter nave ub patch it up others might suggest to havo it pulled lo a neat job filled with goldsilver or alumnium With approved science at our command the operation will not pain you Would you rather suffer the panes of neu ralgia or suffer tho payment for a neat filling gold will cost more ofl HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Â¬ Violet Bucklens Arnica Salve Tin LiisT Salve in tho world for Cuts Halls and entrances aro Marble and Tiling of tho finest quality 2 000 Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Yardg of Brilliant Now Velvet Carpet Adorn tho Floors of Bed rooms ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Decoblains Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont and positively cures Piles or no pay re quired It is guaranteed to give pertect a superior in the South rate of charges considered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ satisfaction or money refunded Prico li cents per box Fon Salk iiy A It Fisher Uncle Mikes Smoke House The Messenger had tho pleasuro of spending last Saturday night with Uncle Uncle Mike Flaherty at Flaherty Mikes latch string is always on the out- Â¬ side and he is never happier than when entertaining his friends He is a clever sociable jolly old fellow aud a Uncle Mikes Democrat smoke house is well filled with old tiuie country hams but ho told us not to say anything about it to the candidates Meado Messenger Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND S250 PER DAY W Scott Miller Jr Manager Independent GOLDEN RULE Tobacco Warehouse CO 1 W B TATE Southeast Gor of Twelfth Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hlul and Main LOUISVILLE ICY per cent Commission Wheel Tobacco Co INCOUIOUATEl Ship jour tobacco to tho Wheel Tobacco Co the only tobacco firm that is cooperative Every ono who ships us five hogsheads becomes a member of the company nnd shares in all future profits Dont bo fooled by agents false promises rebates and big prices AVe charge lees than over before our regular fees have been reduced from fifty cents to one dol Â¬ lar per hogshead to suit the low prices now being paid You will get the best attention every hogshead is handled with the greatest care and no re jnctlon unhns actually necessary We will re Â¬ mit by check or registered letter Office and sales room South east comer of Main and 12th streets Louisville Ky Mark Â¬ Â¬ WKTaN yLjitjig The Rockport Saw Works Repairs SAWS of All Kinds Particular attention given to iepalring large Circular Sawa Hammering and Straightening a Specialty Every Saw warranted Every Saw teated by steam before it leavea tho shop Workraaneblp the very best Frlcea lower than any shop In America We want Saws that other shops have ailed on to prove our aklll as Saw repairers Mark your name on Saws and send a letter of advice aa to repairs wanted Address THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS your hogsheads IBOCKPOBT T2STJD WHEEL TOBAOOOOO WM BRUCE Secy LOUISVILLE KY NERVE LIFE THE i Mr Rockport Ind x TtV -- J3 il If ZrX Rostore3 V S1 fj i hall 1 cles to marriage Roatoros the nervous entire yism anu stops an HtZs Ro- vital lowes V iSfiT VSrCSIV moves effects of the ji toanhoodlTinil moves all ototu trtnnl pirfect a a f owiejict v3 PICKETT oiias a w TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE Co C A Bridges lUOIMIirTOllS Cor Eighth and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY fc y Sri sins of youth and ex of later years Romovos all effects of diminution and re pairs all waito places euros Insomulafind icatores refreshing sleep Curos Inv lKjtence and restores vnn a uitiDGES imiDGKS 1 Â¬ FOUR MONTHS STORAGE JFREE due use and reatoros development to all parts of tliu body NURVE LIFE Is the only Vurely eclcntltic treatment and afford relief from llo tlrst days use It removes the cause and agists nature to effect a euro Cures giurantccil Kpoclil discount to phyiiclatu Our new treatise en Nsrvoua Diseases llaniood ita Loss end Recovery mailed ree n plain neal4 wrper for two 2 cent itaiv s Mention this paper ttiJ 40 lor Trlil Trcilocsi and tx Convinced NERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO KALAMAZOO MICH full vital power Curos all wasting j JlTjj0UI3v1lLEtKY 4 THE BREOKMRlCGfi MRWS OLOVERPORT KV ft lint business flis yero Way In sliort took nn fetched you ycre rigged up tint crwny wiissern or skcererow Rill mulo ho fotclitd ino ober di groun but I spco its MRs Rob whar ut do bottom er my eoinin Peter said I speo dat cr lull letter with a grin Marso lieu Topmark took nil sunt her by me Lordy I h pes do answer gwino tek long eruough fer mo ter eat niWiler rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CorrxmiiT 1E06 Republicans and Thoir Opportunity Mr Edward Atkinson in nu address delivered in Now Jersey again takes occasion to remark that the people cannot expect prosperity until the funnels nnd tliosn who depend on them nro in a ninsuro recouped for the enormous loss es they hnvo sustained snee I8M These losses aro estimated by com pi lent authorities to amount In tho aggre gate to the vast sum of 2000010000 two thoiisiud millions of dollars This sum lepnsenls the amount tlo farmers could have afforded to spend in tin In and It may be said therefore that every dollar has been taken out of business It is reassuring to know that Mr At- Â¬ kinson realizes that tho farmers aro that much more poorer than they would have been even though ho shuts his eyos to the real caus of tho calamity The farm- Â¬ ers themselves know well enough what has cauB d their losses and in good time will rally around them nil the forces that depend ou them and force our law makers to provide a remedy Meanwhile Mr Atkinson should ad- Â¬ dress himself to the Republican politicians who having taken n contract to re Â¬ store prosperity nro now engaged in bit- Â¬ ing thoir thumbs at the people Their orgatm declared that Mr McKinley was the advanco agent of prosperity and de- Â¬ clared that as soon as he ws elected the mills would bo opened to labor and all the wheels of industry These things having failed to materialize tho Republicans are doing their best as far as can bo judged to evade the responsibility tl ey Bued for Instead of trying to remedy the con etant nnd growing losses of tho farmers the Republicans are actually engaged in preparing to legislate higher prices on the goods which tho farmer has to buy nud which for lack of money he cannot buy even at present prices As we havo snid on divers occasions wo have no ob- Â¬ jection to witnessing the operations of this experiment though we know now what the upshot of it will be We want the whole country to seo it for it will amount to a liberal education in econom- Â¬ ics for the most Ignorant person in the country But the most surprising feature of the McKinley victory is the fact that the Republicans theirs ilves have lost faith iu the eflicacy of McKinley remedies We do not hearnny loud or constant de- Â¬ mand for high tariff On the contrary somo of the loudest tariff brawlers have suddenly grown sober nnd are now going nbout from corner to corner re- Â¬ marking confidentially that what we really need now is a moderate tariff conservative sclieduUs Tills is the talk around Wi slington and it would be a very hopeful sign if it meant anything The only thing it does mean is that if a moderate tariff does not restore prices and prosperity then tile Republican stntemen can fall back on tho excuse that we should have a higher tariff Still they must make somo kind of experiment and the sion er they make it the fcoouer the people will discover for themselves the scopo and character of Republican statesman ship so called Atlanta Constitution j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE MISSING WORD K arc plcwtl to miiko an entirely new olTor to our subscribers In wliich cvciy one may have a chance to name the missing word in tiiis sentence Â¬ By Martha McCulloch Williams llr tiir Author CHAPTER VI Mis Wlnfold found tlio blind ninn nlono in tlio wido hnll Ho turned Ills head nt hor knock saying with it pitiful littlo smilo My cats cannot tell mo name though they say my visitor in n lady and young Coino iu pleaw Mydauglitcrwill soqii Slio lias gono this morning to bo hero look at tlio crops for mo AHco Oh howdy Mr McGregor said shamed by tlio fine transparent old faco into something likn rordial heartiness Its mo Alico Wlnfold I havent como to boo Rob nt least I shall toll her so Ma was tclliti mo this mom iu about your wrddin sho was thcn you know an says yon an your wlfo wero tlio handsomest couplo sho ever saw Then I just wanted to mo you nn Rob of course so bad I said I was comiii right oyr An I shall tell Rob it was on pnrposo to seo you Sit down my dear I nm glad tru ly you havo como nil tho gladder that Mr McGregor said I cannot seo yon with n lnugh moro pitiful than tears Rut I saw you nmong tho last things I remember it well Von ho went on wero nt tho storo with your mother tho chubbiest iieatllttlo girl with dim ples nil over her hands Let mo see Yes every Aro tho dimples thero still And touching her plump hand one I hear through my friend Talbot that you aro tho best laughter in tho world You know I cannot qulto ngreo to that though ho says his wifo thinks o I havo Asido from her you n girl of my own nro no doubt tho dearest girl in tho world Well I must say this caps the climax Rob said from tho door back of Daddy To think of your blos them soming out into n gallant at this timo of lifo Alice I shall liko you awfully for n stepmother Rut oh dear how surprised I ami I thought I hnd this laying a light hand on young man so well trained I hor fathers head could trust him oven with tho belli of tho neighborhood Alien laughed brightly falling easily in with Robs whimsical humor Rut tlio would not tako oil her hat and stay I must go in a minute to dinner hho said Momincr has oceans of work laid out to do I jut ran away from it Como an give mo sonio roses Rob by way of reward Fir st yon iuut eat somo pearlies Roll siicl And tell your mother tho White HrntlH arc nearly ripe Sho mutt Mlid and get all shu wauls next week You havi Mich lots Why dont you MKs W infold asked incauMll Kime tiously At oncu Mr McGregor sat very upright Wo have not morn than enough for ouielvos mid our in igliliors black mid And Mis Alice ho said white cvfiii if then were a jireat surplus 1 clinuld hntu to tlmik thit the Kilo of it had iiuiylie eheip lied tlu prie i of soma poor neighbors wares Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ mmtitMmL lie u mits rtic tntn he rtujnucil tpjilm em brace unci begimlng to chproses so lavishly that her visitor iiiado protest Tho flowers will only wither if I leave sho said That is why they them bloom so well for me I never let them wasto their energies An you love to givo them awny you Miss Wiufold dear generous thing cooed taking tlio sheaf of blossoms In a littlo while sho rode away a flguro of fun with n small black boy up behind basket t f peaches upon ouo arm her nnd tho roses safely bundled in paper 1 Rob Unshod deeply and opened J appealing glance Tlut young lady her eyes very wide but said nothing only ron utid walked beside Rob to the garden It looks liko witch voik tho way your llowert- - bloom she said glancing Hlong tho borders Everybody elsos nro all dried up Rut wait n minute Rob I didnt como out for just tho flowers 1 I want to ask you Fomcthiii somethin important that I cant mention to nnybody clue Why Alice I am tho last person for serious matters nnd if its u secret pleaso dont tell me Rob said witli a half Millie Not that I cant keep one but somo ouo el so might not nnd then tho ouo who hnd trusted mo might think I was tho traitor Rut you aro tho only onolcau tell You Alico said dropping her eyes aro my ago an all that I I cant talk about this with momuicr Sho wouldnt understand Im suro I shall not understand either Rob siid her suiilo broaden ing You may tell mo if you cliooso Hut I warn you It is no uso Miss Wiufold Yes it is somo use persisted It is Oh I shall never get it out Its about Jack Talbot you know Ho wants mo to to bo engaged to him an I dont know whether it would bo right whilo ho has to tako raio of tho family you know Rob was bending to clip nn especial ly choico roso Sho snipped tho stalk with n clean cut nnd got up steadily tho lower iu her hand ns sho said By till menus witli n careless accent bo engaged to him Tlio family will bo delighted And as to taking caro of them the debts nro almost paid now I rockon Jack will soon havo a place of his own It is not that so much I know hod givo mo everything heart could wish I had better tell you nil of it Miss Wiufold said with it bashful smile You see ho enmo to seo me nn momuicr was away so wo got to talkin about well about ourselves An then ho took my hand an Faid ho ho loved mo nover had loved anybody olsoj would I bo en gaged to him Then ho broko out Maybo I havent got tho right to nsk it You dont kuow Alice how weak n young fellow can bo nor how ho lots himself get entangled Rut you nro my salvation Say youll havo mo ufter nwhilo Rut but dont toll nnybody I hnvo asked you not for fix mouths yet Wasnt that n straugo way to talk Very but hardly so strango ns your tolling uio nbout it Rob said waving hor roso idly to nnd fro At least sho wont ou it seems to mo had uny ouo spoken so to mo I should think u groat many times boforo repeating what hnd been said Still if you want my opluion it is that you niny do whatever Jack wishes I duro say ho is morbidly self conscious over somo of his flirta tions and no doubt thinks somo ouo is dying for him who really docs not enro tho least bit in tho world Oh I nm so glad you suythntl Hiss Wiufold cried making to fling Of courso Jier arras nbout Robs neck I wouldnt let Jack kuow it for tho world Rut oh R b I do lovo hi in bet ter than iiiybody I I Wish yon ullhuppiiiess with him Sob laid nhrinkiuu il little from tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gm Alico mi filling her lap Rob watched her out of sight sing ing gayly Then shogavo her father his dinner talking to him throughout of their caller and sundry bits of gossip sho had let fall Yes Alico was rather nice Rob agreed viry nice considering her mother Sho seldom talked scandal nnd was in the main truthful things none could allego against Mrs Wiufold Rut for all her popularity Rob thought sho herself would not caro to bo liko her Popularity was very well but to keep it one nuist effaco oneself far more than was agreeable To that Mr MeGiegor answered with You do not need to bo liko a smilu her or anybody Times hnvo changed I know but you must never forget that tho heiress of Koeou is nmong tlioso who set social legulatious rather than thosu who perfoieo follow them At nny rato sho docs not follow them Rob said jumping up to fetch her father atiotler bowl of cream When ho had finished it sho led him to n couch mido him lio down and rend to him until ho ought to havo been fast asleep Instead ho grow restless ho You nro tired too tired to read said Littlo daughter was not your wnlk this morning too much for yon Go and lio down I can iiiiiu o myself perfectly for a littlo while Rob got up twirling nbout on hei toes His car took noto of all her mask ing So this is what comes of fall ing in lovo witli Miss Wiufold slit I nm to bo set said mock tragically aside dono without ns of no consequence Never mind sirl You mny need mo yet ReiuCiuber what Mam Li za says Cow want her tail agiu iu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Uytiine Oh what a wicked wicked girl tho fattier said stroking her hair softly Rob gavo his car a dainty tweak nnd pushed him back nmong his pillows Lio there sho said To provo how wrong yoa aro I mean to go all over tho placo again Here Lioul Guard boy Ou your life tako caro till I como back Sho hnd got half acioss tho orchard when tlio dogs deep baying recalled hor Sho turned mid hurried toward tho house noting iu spite of her heavy heart tho cool delicious shadow about it tho orioles Hashing in and out of tho leaves tho sifting suuhiiio falling iu golden Hecks upon tho twisted grass and tho uutidy stretch of gravel beforo tho front door A rulHing wind blew from tho orchard full of ripe fruity scents nnd tho lung of hedgerow tlowers Rob bated hur brow to it and iiihousibly let it com fort her As sho looked anxiously down tho ruail sho said under her breath I wonder what ilu nan bo coming If it is nuy fresh trouble I think I must ruu awny or pappy will surely iiud mo out It iiint bowiiiiebody wanting land sho thought still peering anxiously down the roadway It was tho timo of year when would bo tenants pestered tlirtn most men who wanted to begin fallowing for next years wheat Sho could jot keep thorn from her father it was t is prinlncu to say them yea or nay yet they kept htr ou tenter hooks fearing that by some incautious word they would topple down tho beliefs sho took such pains to establish ami keep fast It is odd littlo daughter but very kind people will try to profit byn neigh bors double Mr McGregor said of ten when ho had put their oilers aside They say you are too much burdened that tho placo of mistiess is too hard for you Rut doponil on it dear child such hardship is education nnd so long as you yourself do not complain I will hnvo nobody coining between us and our laud We lovo it and it loves us Eh little girl Resides with our own pcoplo doing so well why should wo change So Rob had been nerved to persist in her bravo and loving untruth Ted ay her heart iMisgnvo her strongly Love faith orerythiug seemed slipping uwuy from her Yet sho had a wild inclination to laugh to shout aloud And sho did laugh coiihumedly when us sho reached tho rough stone steps beforo tho porch sho saw littlo Peter Smith get ting down from a tall sleek mule Ho was black and impish looking with bushy hair wrapped iu n hundred littlo tails that stood out nbout his head ami gavo his fuco tho look of being framed in caterpillars His ragged straw lint mado n halo buck of tlio tails and his thin black neck was lost iu tho collar of a mans shirt very stiff nmldnzzliug ly white Trouxers that almost matched tho shirt in Mzo wero gullowied quito uuder the armpits and had been patched to tho degreo of high art In splto of drawing up thero was a Ligroll of them abovo tjacb nulla Tho left foot wai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ not help you as vou are led to expect they will Rear this fact well in mind ifyou have been in the habit of using a medicine which vou supposed to be Simmons Liver Regula- Â¬ tor because the name was somewhat like it and the package did not have tlio word Regulator on it you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all The Regulator has been favorably known for many years and all who use it know how necessary it is fur Fever and Ague Bilious Fever Constipa- Â¬ tion Headache Dy pepsia and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver We ask you to look for yourselves and lee that Simmons Liver Regulator which you can readily distinguish ly the Red on wrapper and by our narno is the only medicine called Sinimoni Liver Regulator J II ZEILIX A CO spur tied on with twine Tho right had been thrust into n womans ragged shoo CHAPTER VII Ho camo toward her as though ho Next day wits Saturday nnd Jnck were n hundred years old dropped his hat upon tho ground pushed back his Talbot got up firmly resolved beforo enormous surplus of sleovo and held out night camu to tako his mother into his to her a noto iu a cream laid cnvclopo confidence then go straight to Rob for with a red and gold R upon tho flap of ho found himself unreasonably iu love It many fathoms beyond judgment or pru How you does Miss Rob nil hows dence Lifo without her was not worth do olo marster ho asked mournfully living worth having Ho must woo her Please inarm tell Marso Ren I aint manfully nnd win her oven in tpito of fergot ter nx you dat caso he say cf I herself does fergit ho gwino whup me an cf I Fato had other uses for his day fato dont ho grino gimmuerfeeshiii liook that took tho guiso of his lady mother Ill seo to it you get that ilshlng Rcforo ho was half through breakfast hook Peter Rob said twirling tho sho said with it calm and smiling rea missive between thumb nod linger Sho sonableness that put contradiction out had no thought that it related to aught of tho question save tho result of tho inquiries Mr Top Jack dear will you plenso call for mark hud volunteered to make Fnr Alico Wiufold on your way to town tofrom taking his visit to herself sho had day I know you nro going You always set it to compunction for past neglect do when tho hands havo holiday And awakened by present sorrow Now her so I promised Alice that sho should go Mr Topmark is recovermind said with you Sho wants it few things for ing from his grief I daro say this flno tho big meeting tomorrow stationery will very shortly bo in uso Jack protested I Rut ninmniy for other things than friendly business had planned to havo n holiday myself So sho wus a trifle startled when littlo Going to town is not much fun not Miss Rob Poter broko iu please oven witli Miss Alico for company mnrm writo er answer ter dat dar Jack I am ashamed of you Such n note caso he Marso Ren say ef I dear girl tho very nicest in tho neigh dont fetch ouo back ho gwino tan mo borhood and so dependent Mrs Till erlive hot said in a grieved voice Poorchild Oh I reckon ho was only joking You know sho has no brother about that Rob said unfolding tho Uinphl Rut tho poor childs mother missive Next minuto her hand fell has and lio is iu town half tho timo Sho was laughing nloud in real and unnow Jack said ungraciously Mrs controlled merriment Talbots mouth hardened as sho snid So ho wants tho pleasuroof my com I do not forget Mr Topmark Rut pany for tho wholo big mooting sho Jack you must admit it can hardly bo said eying the sheet with disdainful pleasant to a delicnto girl liko Alico to What a monopolist lio go about witli him now that that ho amusement must think I ami And oh what n joko is milking himself so foolishly so inou Mrs Wiufold it is that ho has asked tolerably conspicuous by his infatuamol I hnvo a great mind to go witli tion for that poor flighty girl If ho him once just to seo how green sho marries her they say lio will heaven will turn help poor Airs Wiufold to bear it A qnick thought shot through her and Ho wont mnrry her bo suro of brought tho red to her face Something that I Jack said furiously getting to his whispered that thus sho could show feot givo tho Winfolds that much Jack how littlo she cared for his treach- comfort Ill And further if lio goes philan was treachery of the blackest dering after Rob MrGregor again ery It Ill sort Alico Wiufold was truthful Sho wring his neck d n him tho blear would never havo como to Rob with her eyed old brute tnlo had thero not been fact behind it Jack my sou O oo To think you No doubt Jack had hoped sho would can speak so to your own poor mother como Pcrhnps oven now ho was Rut Mrs Talbot moaned dropping her face sho would think no worse of him than in her hands Oh my heart is broken sho could possibly help Ho had been I did not think you over her friend perhaps was still her friend Mammy mammy do forgivo mo I Ho was impulsive It might bo his wns a scoundrel n villain of the deep compassion had carried him too far est dye to wound you so Jack cried Yet sho had not willfully appealed to kneeling nnd slipping his arms penitent his sympathies No shu could not ac- ly nbout tier Sho let her head drop ou quit him of deliberate trilling How his shoulder Thero wero tears on her glad sho was to remember that sho had check Sight of thoui swept nway Jacks spoken ns sho did I Yot how her cheeks last figment of resistance Ho laid his burned remembering his warm olap head on her kneo ns ho hnd dono hack nnd tho quick delicious tremor it hnd iu tho dark days when first they had sent through her struggled together to savo thoir mainteI too can amuo myself Rob said nance saying very low Precious very low Then sho said toPcter Goon mammy you must not cry Dont to tlio kitchen whilo I writo my note It plcasol Smilo ut me once and Ill go will not tako long just long enough for to tho north polo if you say I must you to eat u watermelon Mam Liza Thero is no must ubout it Jack will givo you one Do you think you sho said still brokenly Son I forget caro nbout it sometimes that you aro n man now Poter vanished liko a shadow Somo with f fricuds mid plans that aro not how tho noto took a long time though mino when finished it was but a Hue Rob Jack might possibly havo withstood scrawled it upon it scrap of paper fold his mothers opposition Her resignaed it narrowly nnd tied it iu n cocked tion was too much for him Ah ho got hat up nud lifted Iter in bis arms ho said Teddy Rarton will likely say that I want n kiss of peace mammy to is n true lovo kuot sho said with a provo that I doorvo it When I como low laugh Then sho rat holding it fast back from town you shall hear if Miss thinking thinking over nil tho week had biought Jack Jack did lovo her after a cowardly fashion Ho had fallen uway from her because his mother did not liko her Sho did liko Alico Wiufold best of all tho world Anyway nothing concerning him could touch her uny moie Sho was giieved half heart broken indeed but it was at finding hiui ho much le s uobloaud manly than she had thought not through any feel ing personal to heiself She had lost her friend tho friend who had mado so largo a part of life That was harder than losing u hundred lovers Rut sho did not sigh over it Slio seemed iudcid to herself to stand abovo and outsido herself looking curiously at tho turmoil within an alien him Ill urlnu h nccli With senses tensely alert sho boul Alico will let herself bo secu at church noted tho dips and wheelings of tho humming birds about tho honeysuckles tomorrow with such an ill looking fellow ns I am and how delicately tho red of tho wood I do not believe sho thinks you tho biuo trumpets molted into tho gold of their tips The vines had but sparso least bit ill looking Mrs Talbot said Rob broko a near cluster and nnd straightway in her heart reproach flowers thrust it iu her hair then walked light Â¬ ed herself for saying it It sounded liko ly down tho long hall and paused in tho nu iudolicato betrayal of maiden preference Sho was very tender iu her hack door to hear Mam Liza say My Lawd lil Peter ppar lek ter thought of tho girl upon whom her mo vou all at do sto mit m ty hean er heart was sot Though sho had littlo doubt that Alico adored her son noth ing would havo induced her to admit us much to nnybody Sho looked upon Alico ns Jacks predestined savior from Ve wish to caution all users of Simmons his own misleading but Liver Regulator on a subject of the deepest not for her right hand inclinationkindly soft and interest and importanco to their health mid useful as it wus would sho havo perhsps their lives The solo proprietors betrayed to him tho thing of which and makers of Simmons Liver Regulator learn that customers are often decern d by Mrs Winfolds water eyed confidences buying and taking some medicine of ii left her nn manner of doubt Much depouds upon ones viewpoint similar appearand or taste believing it to Whilo tlio dear lady thus took herself be Simmons Liver Regulator Wo warn you that unless the word Regulator is en to task her protegeo was saying fretthe 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115Jim 11 W Ullpm 11CS 1216 HOT 1220 12 21 1116 1123 123J 1131pm 12 41 US8airl2 48 1166pm USpin 40 4 31 4 Ilena per lb Spring Chickens per dos Ducki per lb Qteie per dot Irlih per barrel New La lllJ 8 65 8 44 8 31 8 25 8 13 I rUIATOlS M fij 8 475 75 2 50 75 1 00 3 00 ti V Oil Company Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dcalera In 1 818 804 7 7 7 7 68 51 369 J 411 318 3 24 40 ltf Sneet potatoeirer bbl From itora 2 to 5 ccj higher Navy lleani per bushel ROOTS Senlca Snake 100 25 Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Sit 3 13 lnnR J 10 276 54 r lianoU r Hendcrn Iv 43 36 7 20am 316 310 304 Pink 260fl Ytllow Wild Olnger Lady Slipper Miy Apple Blood Timothy per tuibel Clijver per buihel CrliDiou Clover per buihel 5 ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Bulldlags and Building Material to he covnxumj U II St L Ry FordsYlfle Branch FIEID SEEDS The well known Brands of SlmmoH Littr Regulator Take Did You Ever HedTop pea buihel Try Eh ctric Rlttera as a remedy for your TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1805 Orchard Iran per buihel Illu J ran fancy pfr buihel If not get a bottle now and Weil Hound Trilni troublts Kait Hound Train Blue Orau extra per buihel Tuny Dally Dally DaTiy get relief This medicine lias been found ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Onion fete Yellow per bmhel White No 6 Mol to he peculiarly adapted to the relief and No 2 No f IIIDE9 11 10am Ly IrYlnrton Ai 9 20arr cure of all Female Complaints exerting Oreen iood 1160 Garfield 810 a wonderful direct influence In giving 12 06pm Dry Salt good Harned 760 1112 Junction 7 40 Dry flint good strength and tone to the organs If you ilia 730 Hardlrnburu Sheep aklm 12 35 Junction 713 havo Loss of Appetite Constipation 1268 Kirk 700 WOOL Headache Fainting Spells or are Ner Â¬ Jolly 110 660 Tub waihed 128 Glcndcane 630 Oreaie fiat vous Sleepless Excitable Melancholy Dcmntter 620 1M Burry 166 ar FallItoufhl 600 or troubled with Dzzy Spells Electilc Black 220 Dempster 637 Rlttera lathe medicine you need Health 3S0 Itockvale Barry and 0U 527 241 Kuth 516 MISCELLANEOUS and Strength are guaranteed by its use 264 Aaklni Tallow 809 Oak ioa Fifty cents and 1 00 at A R Fishers Beaiwai 3 20 Mitchell Drug Store StOpis ArPordvilloL Borfhua MoUmm K40 TIME TABLE No 9 f mlam aAAAAj J g 10 i iq 16 i a n 8 h 1 riiiw miiniMini ii i4 71 THE BRRGKRNRIDGE NRWS GLOYHRPORT KY Awarded Highest Honors -- Worlds Pair DR1 Roy Hoyser has returned from Owens Loro Pay car camo in yesterday 011 good GLENDEANE The Editor of tho Nkwb was here Sat urday Seed potatoes garden suids ntut onion sels Julian Drown Jewell McDaniel ol McDaniels ws here one day last week There will bo no school on Thursday and Friday of this week Julian Brown pays the high st market prlco for country produce Buy your itour from Julian Brown and save 80 cts on the barrell Miss Alice Brown spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ella Robertson Will Bell the best chopping ax on the market for only C0c Julian Brown Dick Owen has recently purchased a Hue saddle animal from an Ohio county man lower Brown Â¬ FATALLY INJURED Tutts Pills Cure AH Liver Ills One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills They willsurcly cure all diseases of the stomach liver or bowels For sick headache dyspepsia malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ usness a million people endorse PAYNESVILLE Teachers Met Saturday Association School Closed Political Gossip I Many time J W Hntrs of Ciuiiicllon was in the Â¬ Special Train and Hand Car Came Near Colliding W W Keith section foreman on tho Texas knocked from tho Spotttvllle trestlo to the ground a distance of forty feet and will probably die Surprises May CREAM RAKING MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free 60m Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 27 1897 WEDNESDAY JANUAUY LOCAL BREVITIES T- - r Skating Bcason opened up Monday Bojb get your skates ready Plenty of weeks ice Haden Durham of West View 1b very Charles Stith was In the city Satur Â¬ low with consumption His death is ex pected at any time day Horace Bland of Jolly and Charlie James Fisher went to Owersboro last Durham of Kirk are in Owensboro this week Dan AValls Irvington was in the city week attending U S Court Mrs C B Shillman who bos been in Friday 0 E Lightfoot went to Hardiusburg Morganfield for sometime with her parents returned home yesterday Monday Charley May Sr has been confined Edward Whitehead went to Irvington to his home with a sprained ankle for Sunday be out J L Muncaster went to Henderson two weeks and is not yet able to Eugene Marlow who is connected Sunday Cooperage Co was Chas Tinlus of Holt was In the city with tho Cincinnati in the city yesterday enroute to Pierce Saturday Lee AValls of Sample came down J II Rowland went to Ilardinsburg Monday to see his friends and form new Thursday Ho is a candidato for acquaintances Tlios Mcjavock of Skillmau was in jailer town last week Jesse Eskridgc Republican Candidate James McCouty of Skilltnan was in for County Attorney of Ilardinsburg the city Friday camo down Friday to mix with the Charles Lisheiliias been given the bo8 name of Hush Wames Mason and his son Thomas of Charles Reidel Jr of Holt was in Mattingly leave ThuisJay for Gal vcson the city Monday Tex where they will spend soveral Born to the wife of John Dean last mouths AVednesday a boy Mr P Schlimmer agent for the Pru- Â¬ OwenBhoro was dential Life Insurance Company is in W Scott Morrison the city and will be here the remainder in the city last week T M Kodgers of Tar of the week Ed Porter and Rev M M Benton of Louisville an Fork wore in town last week The city council should pass an oreli- - Episcopal minister will preacli at 11a p m in the Presbyterian in and nance adopting the curfew law Sunday Hdtnman went to Irvington church next Charles Mtov Pendleton Jones while here as Â¬ Monday evening on business sisting Rev AV B Rutledge in the proBorn Jan 1 J to the wife of AVjn Mat tracted meeting is stopping with Mrs tingly Ilardinsburg a fine girl Alf Oelza on Second street Joe Culley has moved into the house John Beavin presented last October to recently vacated by Jacob Baldes Mr Mike Popham a large pumpkin Miss Allien Murray went to Louisville which now has the appearance of being Saturday to be gouo a week or more pulled only a few days ago James T Skillman and little Geneve J AV Bishop one of the most success MiGavock spent Sunday at Skillman ful shoe drummers was in tho city yesAVilliam It Embry lias moved into terday He is connected with Owen one of V B Burtons hous son the hill Woolfolk Payne Co of Louisville Geo II Baker our genial operator John Squires and James Lyons was wearing a most pleasant smile Sun- Â¬ Charles Miller of Ilardinsburg were in day tho city Sunday enroute to Owensboro to servo on the United States Jury Mrs Forrio Hardin and Eugene Gilli land of Holt were in the city Satur- Â¬ Miss Mamye Duncan of Hawesville day who is now the guest of Mrs H L Mart will go next week to Uniontown to visit Mrs Dr S S AVatkins entertained Friday night in honor of Miss Anna Mis Nannie Cooper Morganfield Sun Griffith e far- Â¬ vrfenry Harper a live James Bishop and Charley Mook two mer living near Glendeane has finished How many popular traveling men were in the city plowing his corn ground Monday other funuers in this county can say as Editor Sterre ryfllawesville spent much The Cooking Club had its second Saturday night with Mr and Mrs J C meeting last Wednesday evening from 8 J hi boo Geo 0 Patton President of Patton to 12 at the residence of Mrs Dr F M Vitrified Brick AVorks spent Sunday in Smith There were thirty guests pre- Â¬ sent and all had a gala lime the city Mrs David R Murray entertained at MiBsAnna Griffith ofOwensboro is her home The Elms to dinner yester Â¬ few days with Mrs Dr S S spending a day Mrs Dr Kurtz of Webster and AVatkins Blytho and Jno Mrs Morris Beard of Ilardinsburg Geo JollyA Thos Miss Mary E Moorman will teach in of Hardlpsuurg were in the city May public school building commencing Feb Saturday 1 Terms ono dollar and twenty five Taylor Beard of Ilardinsburg was in Legal school days city Saturday representing the Dr cents per month the Murray went to Louisville Miss Alliene Shoop Medicine Co Sol Smith Russell in Dr S S AVatkins went to Indianapo- Â¬ Saturday to see Thursday to see Til Groves who his new play A Bachelors Romance lis She will be tho guest of Miss Ditto 1011 was very ill at that time Miss Ditto entertained Brook street Miss Alma Moredouk a most charm- Â¬ yesterday evening in her honor ing young la ly of Louisville spent Sun Â¬ J L Brown of Pellville was in the day with Miss Kate Sawyer He is now associated city Saturday John H Blythe of Ilardinsburg was with J B Pace Jr tobacconist as buyin the city Saturday He Is a prospect er throughout this and HancocV counties ive candidate for Magistrate Mr Brown purchased over 33000 pouuds Little Miss Suo Robort AVatkins entei last week tained a number of friends Friday even Â¬ Jerry Gauane engineer and Aria ingThe occasion being her birthday Wariield flremau and conductor Jerry Frank Ditto Sr who has been witli Tilford came over off tho branch Satur his daughter Mrs J D Babbage for day night with their engine to the several weeks returned to Brandenburp shops for repairs They returned Sun day ivnnimr Sunday Mies Lida Hay nt s of Brandenburg LTm Mattingly of Sample and Miss who is teaching a music class at Pates Amelia ilaullu 01 iiaruin urove Jim ville spent Sunday at the Mitchell were married last Wednesday Jan 20th at the Fifth Avenuo Hotel Louisville Houbo of Ilardinsburg per Mrs Morris Beard and her sin Bon Rev Father Gabe foined the ceremony jluian Franklin Jr of Ilardinsburg Mr Martin Frank a promtnent fir Â¬ are visiting Mr and Mrs A B Skill mer of Toblnsport Ind was in the city man Saturday Mr Frauk had been a iub Charlie Galllgan of CannoUoa spent scriber to the News up to December Saturday and Sunday hero returning for the past fifteen years He had it dis Monday Charles we think would like continued saying that he could not af- Â¬ to make this his home Saturday he came in ford to take it Mr Henry Cassia and b in Harry of and rone wed for another year and mid Louisville who is receiver for the K I made a mistake I cant afford to do I bridge spent Sunday with his friend without it It is certainly tho best J AV Vest county paper for news in general I have Jets H Miller Candidate for Circuit ever read The fence around the Oglesby ceme- Â¬ Clerk was in the city Monday He was feeling of the boys as to how they stood tery has been completed ami the com for clerk mittee desire those who owe a balance on their subscriptions pay to the amount to tie Breckeurldgo Bank at once They als request thoss who have relatives or friends burled there to fill up the sunken graves straighten the stones soon as pos Â¬ Infant and Children for sible as the committee desires to si a- the entire grounds in blue grass early in February Keys to the grounds can hi found with E B Otflesby and Chas May 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wide-a-wakÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ city yesterday The city council meets the first Monday in next month J S Eigiman of Rockport Ind was in the city yesterday Miss Mamye Dellaven returned from Ilardinsburg yesterday John Dean of Glendeaue came in on tlie pay car yesterday Allen Dean of Owensboro was in the city yesterday on business Mies Eva May is in Owonsboro this week visiting relatives and friend The pension of Isaac Slmonton de ceased Patcsville has been reissued John Beeler candidato for Jailer waB in the city talking to his friends yester Â¬ day Mrs R L Ken soni who has had a severe attack of lagrippe is improving rapidly went to Miss Elizabeth Skillman Louisville yesterday for a stay of a few Â¬ Save Your Money Anything you want in groceries at prices than anybody Julian Â¬ Â¬ There was a pleasint candy pulling at Mr James Moormans last Thurs Â¬ day evening whittle Mildred Moorman spent three days last week with her aunt Mrs Bet tie Moorman Ii9V B A Cuudifi will preach here next Saturday and Sunday at 11 a in each day and at night Miss Lutie Moorman will leave this week for Cloverport where she will teach a private school Miss Neddie Hunter of McDaniels was here Saturday on her way to Ruth where she will make a protracted visit Milt Matheney is authority for the statement that Perry Hosklns lias order ed lightning rods for his llouring mills at this place Father Gabe Hardinbusrg who is here for a short time visited Utopia Monday afternoon and gave us an interesting inspiring talk Miss Nannie Green has quit her school 1 undei stand Bhe goes to near here Louisville where she has a position in one of tlib public Echools Â¬ FORDSVILLE 15 Candidates for Post ed Again OfTice Hotel Open- Big Revival AV II Lyons went to Horton Sunday Mike Coniff spent Sunday at Owensboro Â¬ Morris Wilsm Monday went to Evonsville Miss Nora Martin left for Berver Dam this week Dr Haines of Owensboro was in town last week Henry Hayes has been very sick for several days Ed Ellington and wife went to Oner boro Sunday R T Taylor of Beaver Dam was in town Saturday The pay car was out on the Illinois Central this week T liere are about fifteen candidates iiustiing tor the postoihee Edward Sweatt is visiting his uncle Mr Harry Stum nt Rock Vale Miss Amble Ford left Sunday to visit friends and relatives at Philpot John D Babbage of tho Biifckks iuikik Nkws spent Friday at this place Henry AValker passed through this place Saturday enroute for Cincinnati Mrs Estelle Cook of AVhiteBville visit ed her brother Mr Brooks this week The Falls of Rough engine and coaches went to Cloverport Sunday for repairs The meeting is still in progress at the Christian church six members have been baptizsd A force is still working on the Falls of Rough railroad and the track will soon be in a splendid condition Tho Fordsvlllo Hotel which has been thoroughly renovated and refurnished is opeu to the public under the man Â¬ agement of Mr Lon T Johnson yS e following left lost week for college Msses Sallie Ford went to Bowling Green Abbie Smith to Owensboro Jcase Reynolds to Rmsellvillo Byron Petty and Claud Wilson to Beaver Dam Â¬ present The young folks are anticipating a Business men and all who use letter heads bill heads statements receipts grand time at the Musicale Saturday and envelopes we desire to share a part night given by tho Misses Mattingly of your patronage All of our work is The Teachers Association met here guaranteed to be strictly first cIobs before Saturday and was quite asucccs as it leaving the ollice Prices are reasona- was botli pleasant and instructive ble Send us a trial order Riieckkn We are sorry to report that Mr Har KIIH1E Nuws desty is unable to resume his duties as his assistancj is greatly needed at IRVINGTON present W 13 Arnold is making a winning Miss May Claycomb went to Garfield llht for the Democratic nomination for Saturday Assetror His strongest opponents do Mrs Nannie Henderson is visiting in not doubt his qualifications Louisville Have no fears in sending your work Eruest Robcrtsonof Glendeane was to us we are recognisd as the leaders in town Sunday There will not he prajer meeting in fine printing prices are right and a work guaranteed to please Bueckhk Wednesday night Nuns Chas Redman is vith his parents at nimiE their home at Glemlale Minutes of Cobred Teachers Association Mrs It M Jolly is still with her Morning session Third Teachers mother at Alt Vernon III Association of Breckenridge county met Misa Jen Hardin cf Brandenburg at Steplieupporl Saturday Jan 10 1897 came out to nttend church Sunday Opend by sinuing number 19 prayer by Mies Ree Washington is in Lexington Prof D W Itobyuson preleminarles were then made by vice president M J the guest of her uncle Dr It Helm Meeting then adjourned David Heron of Cloverport was tho McClellan until the afternoon guest of Miss Lucy Frank Saturday and Afternoon session Afternoon Eession Sunday followed opened by siuging number Miss Beulah Bennett will go to Owens by an address of welcome by Miss Lulu boro tills week to visit her nunt Mrs A M Holm which was yery approplato J Williams Civics wero then introduced by Mr Miss Carry Hull of Henderson camo II M Itiley which was so well discussed down from Louisville Sunday aud stop no room whs left for n reply ped oil to make a short visit to old Irof O F Ilervoy then took up friends Arithmetic and handled the subject school for the fall with skill I Miss Ada Hanks term closed Tuesday Miss Ada has Irof D W Itobyson then came forbeen very successful in the school and ward witli a talk on Psychology making the patrons are to be congratulated in his talk interesting and instructive to securing such an able teacher all A nice recitation was render d by A meeting of the Bay View was held Misi Jennie liruner sulject Memory Q rite a number of books Saturday have been selected to add to the library fallowed by sonf My Country lis of if the circle had only accomplished this Thee Mr C N Hoburds then discussed the it would have eloue a good thing for the subject of rut ling which nut thoroughly community Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yesterday afternoon about 5150 oclock an accident occurred on the Texts road iu which one man was perhaps fatally Injured and four or live others came near losing their lives A special train was running from Hen derson to Owensboro bringing the Sousa concert company and had just passed SpottBvllle when the accident happened The locomotive was running backward to Owensboro so had out no headlight At the same time five or six section hands were returning from their days work to their home sat Spolsvllle on a hand car When the y discovered a train approaching they were on a high trestle just east of the Green river bridge at Spottsvllle and Section Foreman W AV Keitli leaped from the hand car and ran ahead trying to ling the train but was not seen and was knocked oil the trestle falling about forty feet and was found on the river bank a short distance from the waters edge The train was checked before the men remaining with the hand car were injured as they succeeded in backing it to a point where they could lift it from the track Keitli was picked up and taken hack by the excursion train to Spottsvllle Ho suffered internal injuries which it is feared may prove fatal Tho bridge watchman is blamed for the accident The train was detained more than nn hour and did not arrivo at Owensboro until after 7 p 111 Owensboro Misjen ger Â¬ No Reckless Assertion Await You But if you begin the New Year trading with us the greatest surprise you will find at the end of the year is the money you have saved TUTTS Liver PILLS School closed here last Tuesday Mrs Schmitt is in Louisville for a few days Misses Dcs8le and Mary Brown ciOled on Mrs J L Brown Saturday Ed Rice passed through town Saturday enroute to see his best girl Miss Katie Gilpin was tho gueBt of Mies Maud Flaherty Friday night Miss Nannie OBryan was the guest of Mrs Chas Morgan Sirocco Tuesday Miss Ophelia Arnold called on Mis Fannie Waters Andyvllle one day last week Miss Iulu Schmitt has beeu indisposed for several days and is no better at Â¬ Â¬ 3 Mackrel 5c 2 Bars of Good Soap 5c Can Corn Scrubbing Brush 5c Can Tomatoes 5c 3c Can of Peas 10c Finishing and Cut Nails 5c 1 lb Green Coffee 3c lb We want your trade Wc arc willing to make it interesting for you to come to us Every day new bargains are springing up dont miss them SULZERS jbeed JLivery AND 8 ISale otable Having purchased the livery stable fbimcily urn by R H Pierce it is our aim to run a first class stable New stock and vehicles will be added fiom time to time and you can have the assurance of getting a good lig A share of your patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed given to all and pioper treatment will be HEYSER STADER CLOVEKPORT KY elite Fusion Effected Hancock Clarion The Democratic and Popuist com mttees met on Wednsay and as a result a pet feet fusion for every county nflijo was formed The Populists get the offices of Representatives Circuit Clerk Sheriff Assessor Surveyor and Magis Â¬ trates from the two back precincts Tho Democrats get County Jiug County Clerk County Attorney Jailer School Supt Coroner and Magistrates The Populists aro to support the Democratic uomineo for Circuit Judgeand Commonwealths Attorney Aso State Senator If no Populist be nominated in that ovent he is to get Democratic support The date for a primary was not fixed but it is understood that it w ill be held about June 1 or if poeslblo the same day of the Judicial primary which date has not yet been fixed The question of devicelwasaiso left open Tho primary will he a fusion orfe and eyery voter will be allowed to vote for his choice for Democrat and Populist offices The fusion is giing entire satlfnctiou Â¬ Â¬ Walter Smart Assigns Walter Smart of the firm of AV G Smart Co of thU city madoan assign Â¬ ment yesterday morning of his interest in ilia firms business The assignment came as a surprise to Mr Smarts friends in this city as lie had been regarded as being all right financially Mr Smart thinks however that he will bo able to pay his creditors dollar for dollar His liabilities are put at 2700 and assets about the same 0 W Moorman was named at tho assignee No exemptions were reserved For some time aferhis father AV G Smart went Into busi ness here the firm was composed of G Smart aud A J Grosa Mr W About a year Smarts brother-in-laago AVa ter Smart purchased Mr GroEtT interest or 2000 He aud his father have been carrying on the business since that time presumably very successfully On a settlement of the sous interest in question with A J Gross some differ ences aross resultlug in a suit by Mr Gross for the 2000 This it is rumored wss the principal cause of tho assign Â¬ ment Â¬ Â¬ The suljct of iraminar was then introduced aud discussed by W W Iiard after which a quartette wna ren- Â¬ dered by Missess Maggie Helm Carie Daniel Lummie Helm and Lucy Green re llictlng great credit upon the charming belles of Stephensport Remarks were then made by the visitors who expressed themselves warmly concerning the teivheiHof the county Jvtohal That we the colored teach Â¬ ers of Breckenridge county extend our heartfelt thanks to Supt Driskell for the faithful discharge of hjs duties towards the colored teachers of thiu county We believe lie has en Â¬ Whereas deavored to discharge his duty without distinction towards any and Wo heartily endorse his Whereas nomination Mlml That we the colored teachers of Ureckemidge county heartily endorse tho name of Andrew Driskell as a can Â¬ didate for next Superintendent of Breck onridge county O N ItOllAllDS f Â¬ used 0vu BRYANT No MJfOIUIUII BOOK KEEPING SHORT HAND TELEOBAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC Who desires to bettor his or her condition in life should writo for tho Catalogue of tho 400 THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE STRATTON 1 J1wzuzl B5SSigE KY Is ftimc Vnnr Dhwoinian MIIUO IUUI I To put hi knowledge experiince and tlill Into the riicrill in ho wuiei It it an order for llicccm liuttion of remedies yur uie de niandf lie cin not rely en results unless lh Kigre Jientt arg pine and relubeand are f roperljr cotnpourd ln fair to your doctor and id ourclf by bringing prescriptions here Thiy will be compounded lie by a grnduaie ot experience wl I be nlded by the Urgcst stock ol drugs in this pail of the State everything of the finest quaity that money can buy cr espenence select tur Urge buiiness enables ns to prepare medicines at ery low priiei A prescription thai theaveragednir store charges a dollar for would cost 6jc to jc here one that costs on 50 elsewhere we would charge 3jc to 40c for and on the ajc pre sutptdiis wc will sale you jc to loc SHORT HAYNES LUMBER YourwatitscanbB supplied Prices are right Â¬ Â¬ BUGGIES WAGONS My line is e xteusive Consult mo boore making a pur chase Farmers you make a mis take hy buying elsewhere FARMING IMPLEMENTS Â¬ Can furnish anything re quired hy a farmer at exceeel iufcly low figures Â¬ I R S Bandy rvington For Sale Ky 1 N AV Hendrick of Mattingly names tho following gentlemen as head of tho Democratic ticket for 18U7 Clerk K S Skillman Attorney V G Babbage Jailer I afe Miller j Sheriff C AV Moor Jas W man School Superintoident Miller M Helm W W ltovni Secy of Association All printing ENiuiMiL News 1IM Lulu UlLKV Com Cloverport Ky strhtly flrot class Breck sLVsVV Â¬ V Not Repeated Irom IUrr KcunJ Tabic When yqu ttepped 011 that gentle mans foot Tom nib I hope you apol igissed In Ko Instance Havo our artlflrUl teeth failed to give toiy satis- - j faction in ill grace or k YOUNG CASTORIA Live Weekly Paper Better Than a Dally We Oder You a Remedy Widen Insures SAFETY 10 blfis 01 uom Iu many respects a weekly paper t Mother ami Child maybe better than a dally especially in its news columns The dallies con- Â¬ tain a largo amount of matter that is hastily written and premature in mat Â¬ kobs cosnxEiircrr ok irs win HOUKOK AMI IUMJKII ter of fact often neediug correction or It needs careful editing Makes CHILD BIRTH Easy contraction to sepame the real from the conjee Umlnrstil ntul recomiuoiuleil by yhynl It clisiuiililvlvosiiiil lliose wliuhute tuuil tural fictitious and unimportant It newuro ofnuliittltiitoiiiml Imitations is not the amount of Bpace filled but Kant lis cirtii ur luull on rorelpt nf prlc p MimiKlW the facts concisely stated that make a SuilvJ liper euiitulnln voluntary testimonials Publish SRADHEU HEOUtATOR CO Atlanta On paper worth reading Country OLD er f ALL OUUQQISTg A m Oh jee indeed 1 did ealdTommie and he gave me ton cents for being such a good boy Did ho 7 And what did you do then Stepped on tho other and apologized again but it didnt work u Wick Declines New MOTHERS FRIEND Â¬ Many Editor Breckknriduk friends have solicited mo to make the race for the nomination for Sheriff I BLUE Over Martins Drugstore most highly appreciate this compliment tUll SALK JIILV1 sincerely grateful to each and and am Improved Chester While and Voland China all but am forced by my private affairs Uradley No 734 pd Ilgs eilhej vex twine For Exchange HIV Cyclone heads ray herd and business to decline Also h I Wyundotics 11 l Hocks LtBmus Thorotighbreb Chester White and Inland CliiiU KxqiCBsing to all my Irlenes my Plis weight o t ion lbs at lu cents rcrlh for S C II Iahorns and Embden Ucim HUh cuts clotar su d or Irish scoring ptUe stock reasonable Ksssftaao per 15 mi ney corn whtat warmest thanks I am pitatoei will allow market price for p oiiuce and s caret 7 carefully packed wrwww patrons tr kindly solicited CMWactlon your siurtlf la nccdofgiod Hock I can Tour llringon Very Itespuctully KupectfidlT guaranteed suit you - IWspcclfulW naturalness Wo make a specialty of and guarantee 8 sets them free from the slight est Imperfections Our 5 once too are models Extracting by our own painless method f0 cents Dr J I MOORMAN Â¬ u of the trust ol till II Murray und wile Ksclyn N Murray en the undersigned as Trustee and at the reiucst of lllaniou Human a requirement under tr truit deed I will srll nt pnblic miction in front of the lstouice at Cluvtrnnrt Ky at noon on Wed- nesuayui loin nay 11 reoruaty IK97 A rcrtaln tract of land containing 136 acres more or leu il uated within i miles il Cloverport near the llardmsbure turnpike the saniehaving beencomey- mI litllm I1I Ill II Mi r v 11 j ill it aiiiirriv iuv I f und wife by deed dated August 30th 187J I he land is easily seen adjacent to the brick works iae Terms ol Sale One third cash balance in one and two years with lien notes on the property LOGAN C MUKKAYTiuilee As Trustee of cernin property belonging to the late Ili II Murray uud to tarry out the conditions lifMa rib SPRING HERD i5rCrSSS0 II A sy 11 O W Moornmn IAHKS Clifton MUIs Ky PARKS 3iaMillKy V t tT 6 THE BREXGKJElNmDGR MRWS GLxOYERPORT NORMAL 1LY Breckinridge by nemo Copyrighted Nov 10 1S9G To ministers and all teachers of young Diplo- - or old to all lovers of their kind and Fotm CouitsKs Pedagogy Husincss Scientific Classical mas granted m all courses servants of ideals to all who believe in Latin the progress of the rare and spend them The Cumulative method i med in teaching the languages Greek German and French selves to attain it to a host of earnest A Special Course for those who wish to prepare for Tcachcjs Cer- Â¬ souls more numerous than the sands in tificate In this course the students will he fitted for teachers by actual an hour glass and as lacking in cuht sion work in our MODEL SCHOOL to such I wrilo this week Bend down Special terms to your thoughts to these lowly lines aud 320 pays tuition for all courses except music those wishing to pay as much as five months tuition in advance rise ma hap with a broader purpose than Hoard 200 to 250 per week I can even dare to sketch Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for arrangements with the President of the College to teaching can make Where ten hundred hearts among jou It will pay you if Write for particulars at once attend school here now beat high with pure and noble pur- Â¬ desire to attend a first class school at a small cost you pose nine hundred odd alone will live D S RORERTS Jr Prcs Ilardinsburg Ky Address You who are to greet the new century or FELIX KERRICK Ilardinsburg Ky doomed to die by the way as we move onward to a new age what benison will been unwisely pouring into their coffers you confer upon the warriors for good that are ordained to fight later battles w itliout any return from them w hate ver A At this point in the address of Henry You whose eyes shall see the dawn of Charles the editor came on the scene 1001 what is to be your grand st pre- Â¬ and was observed to begin taking notes paration for your children and childrens doubtless for publication in then xt is- children as to the new problems of the Of How Two Men Made a Fortune sue of the Journal hundred years to come Generosity of Henry closed with these words spoken mind the stirrendiingof mutual susOn a Little Island calmly and with earnest and deep con- picions College Sam RmUnTjotigVs Second Term Opens Â¬ STORY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ viction Continued from Ian ID Fellow working men we art ah equally interested or at least we ought to be In having peace and plenty ou this island By the united efforts of all our people we can produce the necessities and comforts of life in abundance You have been talking a great deal about the hard times and the scarcity of money Now allow me to suggest brothers that the greater the number of idlers there are liing on the industry of the others the harder will be the times for those others Again brothers please consider this the greater that part of the wealth of this island that goes into the hands of your financiers John and Stephen the lefea will be that part which is left in your hands who have produced it and the harder will be the times for jou In other ord my brothers the better the times ar i for John and Stephen and their servants the harder will be t e times for you Here murmurs of applause from one part of the audience and of disapproval from pome others interrupted the speak en Just then a fine carriage drawn by two Miperb white horses and driven by the coarhman of Mephen was observed coming rapidly down the highway ltuth the elthst daughter oftepheu and her younger sister were out taking their uual afternoon drive They were attracted by the large assemblage of working men and the young man in bis nhirt sleeves who was addressing them 1ellow workmen Henry continued j ou have given to these men a dangerous power They can force mauy of jou to give up jour homes which jour labor Â¬ us my brothers re- Â¬ said he member that we all have by nature equal rights and that it is our duty to secure Ist them No man has a right to live in idleni m and luxury upon the labor of his fellows Interest usury which enables one man to appropriate to his own use with- Â¬ out an equivalent in return the property of others is immoral and unjust If interest is right then is it right for some to live without labor on the labor of others Here Henry ceased Bpeaking and the working men dispersed eery one deeply impressed with the events of the after- Â¬ noon ltuth the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mephen had listened with deep interest to the closing words of Henrys address She had beard from her seat in the carriage every word dis- Â¬ tinctly Deeply absoibed in serious thought for the first time she slowly drove awaj Continued One of the most remarkable curts of rheumatism on record is related by Mr J M Thompson post master at Deckers Point la aa follows While out driv ing one day last winter I was caught in a cold rain the next morning I was unable to move my head or arms owing to an attack of itfl uumatory rheumatism My clerk telephoned for a phjsician but suggested that I use Chamberlains Pain Balm there being a bottle open on the counter He rubbed the effteted parts thoroughly with Pain Balm and built up I dozed off to sleep and when a hot fire I awoke about half an hour later the pain had gone entirety and I have not been troubled since People come here from many miles around to buy Cham berlains meJicines For sale by A K Fisher Druggist Â¬ Â¬ Often ns a child have I disturbed an ant hill to watch each little creature go to its task some to the defence and others to the removal of eggs and debris But when 1 lookout upon the wide world humanity seems far lefs wise Men and women of most pure intentions scramble over one anothers duties get in one an others way and object to many things being done at all uuless they are done In a certain set manner or by them- Â¬ selves Because we are apt to doubt the purity of others motives some of the tint st and tnest uplifting souls in the world are hindered in their work and are almost compelled to turn aside to futilities and vexations Because we do not encourage them with intelligent sympathy they spend lite in a dream of causeless warfare and awake to find op1 portunity gone wasted should say then the mightiest preparation for the new age that is coining will be for those who strive to serve God and their race to acknowledge witli humility that there are more ways than one of reaching that end The moral at the end of the old poem The Nightingale and the Glow- Â¬ worm is very apt Â¬ Â¬ Hence jamoi sect iri s maj Uarn 1 heir true intcrrsti to discern llrother irfuld net war with bi oilier And worry and devcur each other Hut sing and ihiie with tweet consent 1 il tiles poor ran lent nliiht is spent Heptctins in each others case I1ie gifts ot nature md of grace wander aimlessly about the city and county Tairty years ago Burton was a prosperous fanner and known the county over as an industrious citizen Iteyers s in life followed by the loss by death of his wife several yiais ago however to a degree unbalanced his mind Ihe old man has many relatives in Grayson nanciers Ohio Breckcnridge and Daviess counasked BOine What shall we do ties in the Btate of Kentucky though alarmed at the picture drawn by the fer Â¬ of course none that ever kuew him as vid eloquence and intend earnestness he has outlived them all of Henry Some others who had ben close read Notice What Mr ers of the Journal asked Why buy Inferior or doubtful Brandy Henry do you advise us to repudiate Pure Apply can be had bo Shall not the hon- when Burchs our honest debts conveniently and so cheap be main or and fair name of our island Sent C O D Price 200 per gallon asked others who tained inviolate W b Buncu jug included stood close to the bankers lthodelia Ky Henry answered I advise no fellow any lionist working man to repudiate debt of his I advise against making uu I advise wise and unnecessary debts against jour entering into obligations which it is impossible for you to keep Tor every dollar you borrow of our financiers John and Stephen you sign a contract agreeing to return one dollar nnd ten cents aud your good sense will Mrs Laura R Minis of Dawson Ga tell yen that you caunot posibly pay says A small pimple of a strawberry one dollar aud ten cents with only one color appeared on my cheek it soon began to grow rapidly notwithstand- Â¬ dollar ing all efforts to check it My My friends let me entreat you to eye became terribly abolish the special privilege you have inflamed and was so 8vollen thatforquite bestowed upon your bankers establish a a while could not bauk of your own supply yourselves see The doctors with a sensible and just medium of ex said I had Cancer of the most malignant change to bo managed at cost tor your type and after ex Â¬ own good aud the good of our whole is hausting their effort land without doing trie Then let our worthy financiers go to any good they nave up the case as hopeless When in- Â¬ work at some useful calling or occupation and earn their living like honest formed that my father had I died from the same disease they said must die people should do as hereditary Cancer was incurable Just as soon my friends as you get At this crisis I was advised to try tired of paying usury to our bankers to SSS and ina short while the Cancer began to the amount of 0000 dollars a year and so for threedischarge and continued to do months then it began to steadily increase if you heal I continued the medicine a while which sum must adhere to their system we will begin to longer until the Cancer disappeared en look for better times but not before tirety This was several years ago aud there has been no return of the disease then wise enough to establish When we are a banking aud monetary system of our Cancer is a blood disease aud only a S S S own and supply ourselves with a suitable blood remedy will cure it medium of exchange at cost we will guaranteed purely vegetables is a real ttood remedy and never falls to perstop paying tribute to John and Stophen manently cure Cancer Scrofula Eczema and will save for our own tollers a sum Rheumatism or any other disease of the Scud for our books sufficient to support comfortably twenty blood Blood aud Diseases five families which wo have heretofore on Cancer mailed free to any address TU fit j9 j w Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lias beautified 1 say these men whom same of you have fawned and cringed before have power to turn you away from your doors to become homeless vagabonds uuless some of your fellow workmen should share their homes with you How can they How bo answer us turn us out of our homes cried a num 1 will answer jou ber of workmen Henry calmly replied You my fellow toilersand our broth ers on this island have bouud ourselvee John and to pay to our chief citizen Stephen 50000 dollars and JO per cent per annum for the use of this money Lst me ask jou how you are going to ply your debts It is simply impossible to pay 00000 dollars with L0000 dollars even if you owned every dollar in exst ence on this island Some of you shrewder and more cunning than the rest may be able to pay your debts but the others must inevitably fail Then your pledgeB viz your housesand lands which you have pledged as security must fall into the possession of your fl Â¬ Â¬ Men do not cultivate rice on mountain tops nor Indian com in swamps The agriculture of a region is suited by the wise ones to its soil and to its climate and he who seeks to gro Alpine plants iu the tropics is dojmed to failure Tnrllntat PntrinTnri Tl e contemplated retire ment from the United Stairs supremo court of Justice Stephen J Field who has now re ached the age if four Fcore jcars naturally directs attention to his lung period of wrvice on the bench Jtinthe Field recrlvtd hh appointment to the supreme court fiom Pn silent Lncoln m 1M3J For marly thirty four ytarr therefore he has been a nit tuber of our high judicial bodj anil to say that he has been a tireless vvuiktr dur ing that long interval of tiuie Is to em Â¬ ploy the use tfa very mild ixpressiou His great energies of mind nnd heart have been freely amost unremittingly devoted to the eel vice of the public and if ever a man deservs rest ifer the cares of a aried and exacting career that man is Justice Stephen J Field Justice Field is not only the patriarch of the present supreme bench having served for a longer period of time than any one of his associates but with the single exception of Chief Justice John Marshall who served fur something over thirty four jeais his record Is without a parallel in the history of the com t If he holds hiss at only a few months longer therefore he will even ou strip the tenure of Chit f Justice Marshall Xext to Justice Field of the present members of the supremo bench comes Justice John M Harian of Kentucky who has been a member of the court for twenty yeais He received hs appoint ment in 1877 Justiiu Horace Gray of Massachusetts who wat elevated to the bench in 1SS1 is the next oldest cccu patt while Chit f Jusice Fuller of Illi- Â¬ nois who received his appointment in 18SS comes next Justice David J Brew- Â¬ became a member of the er of Kensi court iu lSbi Justice Henry B Brown of Mchigan iu lb90 Justice George Shiias Jr of Pennsylvania in 1892 Justice Edward 1 White of Ixmisiana in 1S04 and Justice Unfits W Peckham of New York iu 1U5 Since the organ ition of the con it in 1789 there ae been only eight chief justice s ns follows John Lay of New York who presided forsx jears John Kutledge of South Carolina who pre hided lor only a few months Oliver Ellsworth of Connecticut whi presided for four jears John Maishid1 of Vir gnia who presided for thirty four jears Koger B Taney of Marjlai d who pre sided for twenty eight jears Salmon P Chase of Ohio who prt sided for nine jears Morrison It WHite of Ohio who presided for fourteen jiais and Melvin W Fuller of lllinos wlohas now pre Â¬ sided fir nine yinrs Including the prrst nt uu tubers of the court there have been only fifty nine occupants of tht supieniH btuch since the date of the oigmization iu 17V Atlanta Constitution A Is cineewr to siinll Much in Lsttle The Greatest Sensation ciceill Of The Day f iirr true of 1 1 nt 1 11 cc ltiy 0 n- - a nit IN for no tnrtll- ir1t ii In i nv illcltio Is GEO VJiAKliLCOS Happy Hew Year To You All Great Cut Price Sale cli jt ill a3 r y i ways elTlclciit nl tji sat Â¬ isfactory prT t ti c lit or fever cure nil lror UU sick heartache Jmmlrr constlpnt mi rtc c TboonJy Pills to take with HoocTs Pnrsaparilla 21 lbs Granulated Puuar 1 00 I il- 7 Uu lira iiini mrril UIIC ii rn ft vv ito Iba Lliiht Hrown siigtr fl 00 25 ids heavy nice Cotton 1 00 20 pea hett hlnu Calico ouly 4 1 2c 8 pc line hlnck and hlnu Henrietta 10c 45 pieces ftood dress Gingham Cc 25 pre new Read our price list below and convince yourself that wo are doiDgjiiBt what we Bay These Prices are for thirty days and for Cash or Produce only 50 pre ladles calf button shoes at 74c 118 pre mens suspenders at Oc llron 25 caps for hoys at 7c 13 pre g nls gold plated cult button at 20c 1 lot of ladhs emhroitieried ilandker- - 75 linen towclls worth 20c at 15c t hie fs worth 15c at 7 l 2i 1 lot ladles and Misfits handkerchiefs On Dress d dol s worth 23c at 15c worth 6c at 2 12c 30 pr ludits cmbdy slippers worth 1 00 3 pint tin cups for oc at 50c 00 pr mens gloves worth 50c at 25c 0 pr mens calf cork sole shoes worth 05 pr boys gloves worth 50c at 15c 2 25 at SI 25 35 ladles silk pmbroiderv handkerchiefs 0J pr latlifs patent Up Dong kid shoes worth 25c at 15c 1 lot New Albany jeans worth 35c at worth 50 at 00 10a 1 lot mens overcoats worth 0 00 at 3 75 Mens fine blatk iur hat worth 200 at 1 lot mens tasiinero anils worth 7 00 08c 1 lot boys hats worth 25c at 15c at S3H8 1 lot mens fine hlack suits worth 1000 5o yds ladies cloth brown and black 1 rirn mens heavy hoots worth160 at Infaxcy and Chidlhood rOCNUATION CF OOOt HA HITS THE OLDEST MAN In Indiana Is Milton Burton Relatives in This Conn y Has Mielbyville lud Jin 19 Milton Burton who was born In Grayson county Kentucky the month and year Gen eral George Washington signed the con- Â¬ stitution and who without question is the oldest living person in this Btate has just been ordered to the county poor farm four miles south of this city great Â¬ ly against his protest he desiring to Â¬ Â¬ The ocean has many ports and ships there are that traverse it in every direct- Â¬ ion To turn all prows the same way would stagnate commerce The land has its beasts the air Its bird the sea its fishes and all live and move and have their being as a fitting part of a great world of life A thous and and one things arouud us show that there is a tremendous diversity iu nature aud that its work is best carried on by those best suited to the work So when we see various ways of trjing to benefit our race ways that are surprising to us as alligator farming would be to an Es quimau before we rise to condemn our fellow workers in a very wide and diver sfied universe we would do well to re Â¬ member that we do not Know everything nor Is any one so versatile as to be able to suit himself to the needs and the ht art aches and agonies of every other soul Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yuu religious people servants of the Prince of Peace partakers of his spirit why are there j alousies among you Why ask everybody to believe as jou believe or to see with your eyes Each moment you spend iu anxious effort to bring it to pass that your sect or your way shall be supreme straightway you Cancer Â¬ Of the Face X Â¬ rxr Â¬ Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy Â¬ sss Freight ihlprej tj tbli lice dellierccl quick Iu times such er than by rail through it is uf great importance that Traveler will find th iteameri are u iur all mural forces be sustained aid sup passed In rrjulpmeot and acot uinodatloni ported aud it is grat tying to k low that The licit culinary t re employed m cooki and Young Mens Christian Association the menu li equal to thit of the tost b tell the To all who desire a better worldlineis fleneral 0 dices 17B ad 178 lib Avenue to all who yearn after a saner citizen- Â¬ movement iu Kentucky has experienced ship I cry aloud from this silent page a healthy growth aud development un Louiivllle WUMIirK More charity for those who reap not der the adverse clrcumMatict s of the past D h lKNWY Eupt vt with us More breadth of heart for all year who toil for good More unity ef effort Kremls Mercer County Pa We be Â¬ as a preparation for the bundled years to lieve Chamberlains Cough lit medy to 1 11 n n We shall consult further come be the hist remedy iu use Wu uso it uuuu ntfai in our families and it is a favorite among Eliiha Ashcrafc Solid In Meade our customers Heckkk Bars Co Is just as essential to sj Klisha Ashcraft is a prospective candi X and 60 cents bottles for sale by A It success lit business j date for the State Senate It seems to Fisher Drugjat ns your rating with be the general wish and desire of both Licked the Marshal Democrats and Populists of the entire any of the nierchan county that Mr Ashcraft enter the SenFrauk Blain of Stepliemport was ar Â¬ tile agencies Write atorial contest This office is justly due rested in the city Wednesday ou instruc- Â¬ acitzjn of Meade county and she can- tions from his home cflicials He claims us for prices and not present to the district a bettor or that while the StephenspirtmtisLsl and samples All work abler man than he K hu decides to himself were carrying around a jigat 000 guaranteed make the race he will certainly have load tint ought to have nqulrod about the solid backing of the Democrats and four trips to safely tote they became Breckenridge News Populists of this county Me ado County iuyolved in a dispute and he swatted tho Messenger marshal Tho Kentucky Blade Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bury your talent In the years that jou waste equabbling over isms and ologies there are those multiplying In number who care no more for jour God than they earn for the reputed rings ofJSaturn and whose belief in the actual infljemo of either upon earthly affairs is equally strong The important thing seems not to be how they shall worship Him but rather whether they shall continue to worship Him at all Your disputes en to never settled doctrines make you sons of Eli to a greater Israel The weighty matters ot the law ssem in this ago to bo to improve the condition of the suffering to rebuke the selfish to lighten the way of the laborer to broaden the life of the farmer to britig down the kingdom of God to men to live in life the Goldeu Itule Then will your heart uever more be dial rested because all do not work with jou You will n joice if they work at all Your protest is against thnsa that sleep while the world is awake The workers you shall have no war fare with Godspeed shall bo jour wo d to them and God guldanc- - lUrpert Hiitr After the sixth month a child usually begins to teethe Voluutary muscular action is then more fn quent Feeble beginnings of individual will power out- Â¬ side of itself It is no longer merely an animated stomach olher faculties nnd functlor 8 start into activity All this varied development makes increasing demands upon the nervous sjstem reacting upon the phjsical na tureaud immediately manifesting thetn salves in a checking of the phenomenally rapid growth to bo noted during the first six months of every healthy childs experience If the precious first six months have been property used the devclopement of tho second six months is not lerjs rapid although it expende itself in other directions than in purelj physical grow th This however should normally take place without any dis- Â¬ turbing elements of violent check But If the first half year has not been employed to build up the insximutn of phjsical strength and to train the child into normal healthful habits the second half year is confusion worse confounded and in too many cnes recor Is the death of the child Habit rules us all but is absjlute master of the unresisting infant A baby is a natuial autocrat recrgnizng no authority It is in vain that the mother tries to induce it to sleep at the proper time or strives to hush its cries when the desired food is not forth coming What she cannot accomplish how ever the simple power of habit can bring abbut without a struggle If the child is fed at absolutely regular periods it will be hungry then aud ut no other time I io to speak it sleeps y by the clock sleep it must when tin hours striuks whether it will or no Even the stomach can bo trained into the habit of digesting the maximum amount of food necersiry for the full nutrition and growth of tho body and whon so trained it possts3es marvellous power to carry on its accustomed work under such temporary irritation or de rangement of the general system as would render a child with a weak stom ach seriously if not violently ill CAN BE THE DREADED CONSUMPTION The first six months of life therefore form the mothers goden opportunity CURED If she does not then lay well tho foundaT A Slocum MFis Grail Chtmlst and tion the whole superstructure must betray this primary defect Then and Scientist Will Send Free Three then only will all the elemeutary forces Bottles of His Newly Discoof nature bo on her side Later some ver Remedies to elements if not all will be against her Sufferers If she neglects the child at fiis4 or leave Eiirroit BiiECKEMUiHiK Ntws I have it to the untrained care of a nurse she discovered a reliable cure for C01 sump- Â¬ will as a penalty certainty speud many tion and all bronchial throat and lung times six months during its later life iu diseast s general decline loss of flesh nursing it in illness or caring for it in and all conditions of wasting away By invalidism its timely use thousands of apparently So hopelets cases have been cured Wo want your printing BitECKENmnoE proof positive am I of its power to cure News that to make its merits known I will send free to any ff Dieted reader of your Heaven Will Be His Abiding Place paper three bottles of my newly discov- Â¬ A man who stopped his piper through ered remedies upon receipt of express the postollice without settling came to and pcftofllee address T A SLOCUM town last week and after catching the M C 08 Pine Street New York measles dropped inon us and said It When writing the Doctor meation this r aper was the most cowardly and contemptible thing a mnn can be guilty of and dont Kentucky Y M C A Convention say anything about it for I have been A marked characteristic of the present ashamed to look a man in the face since day is a multiplicity of orgaulzttions lure is your money and I want the pa An important indeed an essential factor per for another year There is hope for in the growth of a great orgnnzttion is this man hut he was nearly torn past its periodical conferences for fellowship patching Plaindealer iiiHpiiation reports of work accom- Â¬ plished comparison of methods and Saety Comfort laying of plans for future work Among the many conventions of this year none LouisvillG and promises to be of greater interest and Hignificance than the Aunuil Meeting of ihe Kentucky Young Mens Christian Association which is to Ic held at Fait Mill Line Between Frankfort February 18 il A very at Â¬ tractive program has been arranged Louisville Evansville Among the speakers are U y Carter STEAMEUS Helm Jones I I aud Prof Win H From il fr at S7 4i wortlilUUnt 7oc Â¬ Visit The GREAT BARGAIN STORE a GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG CO KY Â¬ HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Evciy dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home industries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the individual for we are nil more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We are keeping careful track of your wants and constant adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give me a call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods Â¬ t 1 CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills Ky THE TWICE-A-WEEK f k Â¬ BANK or HAHDIE3BUEG Capital Stock 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to this of- Â¬ Jno D Babbage Cloverport 5en1 yur untie for nSouicnir ol tnc Viotkn of ktuene I teld Ky character You nl 1 find tbe WEEKLY II Indi rensabe du ing tie year lb97 The year 181 7 is going tn be brimful of Int r est Tho mo uilng ot tho M Kinley Admin- Â¬ istration with a new Congress elected up n a gold pla form means legislation of a kind that lll vit 11 interest every nespaier reader in tbe ountry and especially in tho He land South Special attention will be paid In the WEEKLY P0S1 DISPAT0U to this news of a nationl chracter and it will be dlHcusied editorially from tho point of view of the West and South as contrasted with that of Wall street The campaign for free silver will go on In 1897 and nothing can do so much to bely along tho campaign of education as a newspaper like tbe WEEKLY POaT DISPATCII This is shown in tbe fact that in Missouri and In everr other locality where the H has a large circulation tbe gains of Democracy and free silver were of a sweeping Richard P 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