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SSmimmM THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVEKPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3 1897 NO 29 ARE YOU READING OUR NEW STORY V Cabinet Officers MKINLEY HAS SELECTED TWO a MORE MEN AS HIS ADVISERS tion Lyman J Gags of Chicago Given Iho Mr Gago has been twico ninrricd His first wifo being Miss Sarah Ktheridgo Treasury Portfolio While of Littlo Falls N Y whom ho mar ried in 18GJ She died in 1874 and in Ruasol A Alger of 1887 he married Cornelia Gage of Denver He Is a member of tho Commercial and Union League clubs of this city and personally is n very popular man Michigan 1 8 Made Secretary of War He is democratic in his manners pleas ant and affable and is easy of approach Brief History of the Two Men at all times PORTFOLIO Alger of Michigan lint ltcen Selected For isecirlnry of War I havo been Canton 0 Jan 30 tendered and have accepted tho war WAR cess olid was one nt tliu rmir met J J V 1 ODcll Wirt Dexter nnd J Doane being tho others who practically guaranteed that Chicago would carry out Its nlcdgo of raising 10000000 for tho building of tho fair Ho was for a timo president of tho local board of directors but upon his election to tho presidency of tho bank ho was compelled to resign this oillco Ho refused nuy remuneration for all tho timo ho had spent ns piesideiit of the local worlds fair directors although a hand some salary had been voted for the posiÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Senators Elected ONE IN IDAHO AND ANOTHER IN WASHINGTON Henry Heilfleld an Idaho Farmer Chosen to Succeed Senator Dobos George FTurner of Spokane Will Succeed Senator Squire of Washington Koise Ida Jon 29 Henry Hcltfelu Populist was yesterday elected United States senator to succeed Senator Dubois Tho vote stood Hcitfeld 80 Dubois 30 T F Nelson 1 Fourteen Democrats joined tho Populists for Hcit feld and ho nlso received the voto of the single Republican member Four Dem ocrats went to Dubois In the campaign tho Democrats and Populists entered into n fusion under which tho Populists wero to havo tho congressman and senator Tho Democrats refused to endorse any ninn named by the Populist caucus for senator Judge W II Claggett was overwholmiiigly tho choice of the Populists but the Democrats would not voto for him iu sufficient numbers to elect him Finally on Tuesday night Clnggett had his friends nominato licit leld There wero 13 Democrats ready by this time to voto for most any Popu list except Claggett When the Demo cratic cuuens wns hold Wednesday morning it resolved to support Heitfcld but there wus such loud talk of a bolt that tho purposo was abandoned Wednesday night tho mntter was fixed up the 13 Democrats pledging their votes to Hcitfeld and the deal was closed Three Populists bolted but they wero gotten back yesterday morning nnd Heitfeld secured his full party strength When tho rollcnll had been finished and before any chaugo had been inndo it was seen that Heitfeld hud 35 ono less than a majority Then Mr Fenn the only gold Republican elected to the legislature changed his voto from Fisher to Heitfeld Dubois appeared beforo tho joint assembly nt an adjourned session iu tho Ho thanked his friends for afternoon the fight they had mado and counselled them to go to work vigorously to enact good laws for tho state Henry Heitfeld is a man of limited education Ho wns born iu St Louis January 1830 His father Hem y Heitfeld was of German birth Tho future Idaho senator attended tho common schools of St Louis until 1870 when with hu mother ho moved to Seneca Kun Ho lived thero until 1882 being employed nt farmwork and learning tho trade of stonemason Iu 18S2 Mr licit leld moved to tho northwest locatinir at Poni roy Wash For a timo ho worked iu tho shops of tho Northern Pacific railroad at Sniaguo Wash re maining thero until the fall of ISS3 when he became a resident of Nez Perces county Ida Since that time he has been engaged as a farmer fruitgrower and cattleman In politics Mr Heitfleld was n Democrat until ho joined tho Populist party Ho is a member of the Farmers Alliance and it was through his connection with that organization that ho was influenced to ally himself with the Populist party Ho was elected to tho stato senate us a Populist iu 1801 aud again in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ niuael A 3 j Jan 29 At 730 oclock Canton yesterday evening Lyman J Once president of the First National bank of Chicago emerged from the dining room cf the McKinley homo to fill an appoint ment with tho Associated Press and tpocinl correspondents to toll them tho result of his conference with Major Mo Kinley Mr McKinley offered mo tho treas ury portfolio I told him I would accept the high honor and fill the position to tho best of my ability This was tho first utterance of the incoming secretary of tho treasury ou be ing presented to tho party Mr Gago reached Canton about 2 30 oclock in thnaftcrnoon bis train being belated by cold and snow With hiin was National Committeeman Cyrus Lo land of Kansas Tho McKinley conveyance was in waiting mid tho visitors wero hurried over tho snow covered streets to tho McKinley homo from which no hint of what was transpiring within camo until dinner had been served and Mr Gago stepped into tho ofilco library and ad dressed himself as quoted above Bo yond this ho had littlo to say He declined to discuss any featuro of tho policy of tho incoming administration or to discuss any matter other than that relating to himself He said thero was no ground for the publication that ho was a gold Democrat during tho campaign and that his only nfllliation with tho Democratic party was in 1834 when ho voted for Cleveland Ho also said that he and Major McKinley substantially agreed on tho tariff questions Tho guests at dinner last night be sides Mr Gago wero National Committeeman Lolund of Kansas ex Governor Cornell and Colonel J J McCook of New York tho latter a lrading attorney W 0 Boer of tho National Security company of Now York and General Osborne tho secretary of the national committee President elect McKinley said in speaking of tho cabinet that although all of tho positions had not been filled tho eul was in sight It is understood upon excellent authority that tho portfolio of ngricnlturo has as yet been offered to no one From outside sources it is learned Congressman Wilson now lias the lead for tho navy Ho will probally be named as ho is agreeable to botli fac tious of tho party in Now York New York insists on having tho navy portfolio ns her pcrtiou Long of Massachusetts who has been ou cabinet slates for tho navy will likely get another portfolio probably that of war Alger will bo in tho cabinet a friend of McKinley bays Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ portfolio Thus spoko General Russell A Alger of Michigan to the Associated Pre3S representative yesterday afternoon Tho general had just emerged from tho south parlor which is tho conference room whilo Mrs McKinley is out of tho city Ho and Major McKinloy had just completed tho interview in which tho formal tender and acceptance wero passed I -- ycrSSS1 - V5sEWW WHO IS LYMAN J GAGS Uriel lllstorkul Sketch of McKinley Sec- ri liirj iif the Trraury CniCAiio Ian 29 Word comes from Canton that Lyman J Gago of this city has bOv n selected by President elect McKinley for secretary of tho treasury in his cabinet To those who aro not acquainted with Mr Gages career the following brief history will just now prove o interest to tho general reader Lyman J Gago was born at Deruyter Madison county N Y Juno 28 18i tils parents who wero both born in tho state of Now York were of English stock When Lyman J was 10 years of age his parents where he entered tho Homo academy whore lie remained four years tho term lie spent in that school practically constituting his entiro school ed- lYman j gage ncation His first position in business life was as a clerk in the Homo postotlico and after leaving thero hu l miuie a route agent on the In Homo and Watertown railroad 1854 ho secured a position in the Oneida a salary of Central bank of Homo at 1100 per year and remained with the bank 18 mouths Ho camo lo Chicago in tho fall of 1855 and was oupiu ed as a bookkeeper by a lumber firm His duties us bookkeeper however comprised the driving of one of tho teams bejonging lo the firm nnd loading unci unloading lumber He also an toil for u time us night watchman While ho was thus enjuged he was of fered tho position of bookkeeper of the Morchants Saving Loan and Trust compauy and this was tho actual begin ning of his career as u banker la tho spring of 1800 ho had worked his way up to the position of usslstuut cashier and Inter to that of cashier which ho hold till 1808 when he loft the Mercliants aving Loan and Trust com mny to accept u slinilar position with the First National bank with which Institution ho has been Identified until tho present time The old charter of tho bankoxplred in 1883 aud ujioii its reorgunlzatloii he was ohosen vice president and general manager About this timo his financial ability was paid a high compliment by his election to tho presidency of the American Bankers association On Jan 24 1891 ho was elected president of tho First National bank and still holds that position He was prominent In all of the work that made he world fair a great juo- N Y lug moved to Romo jgwP MP Â¬ Â¬ XT r Â¬ P Without saying anything more on the subject tho general turned to several callers awaiting an nudienco with Major McKinloy nnd then re entered tho parlor whero ho remained until train timo At 4 15 ho returned to Cleveland to renew his conference of tho morning with National Chairman Hanna and will go theuco to his homo in Detroit The Associated Prts i representative saw him again at tho station In the conversation thero the general said that in tho interview with Major McKinley tho first overtures wero made to him in connection with tho cabinet aud that at no timo before yesterday had Major McKinley said anything directly or indirectly on the subject The general said that none of tho ap pointments of hU department had yet been disposed of or decided upon and that it would bo sometime beforo any announcements iu that lino could be made Ho also confirmed Senator Burrows statement that the relations between himself and Senator Sherman aro entirely pleusnnt and that the cabinet ns 18j0 Focintions will be harmonious and all brandies of the administration in ac- George F Turner to Succeed Senator Squire cord Olymfia Wash Jan 29 George F General Russell A Alger was born in Turner of Spokane was last night nominated for United Stntcs senator iu Lafayette township Medina county O Feb 27 1830 His grandfather served a caucus of Populists and free silver Re in tho revolutionary war and is claimed publicans He received C4 votes Judge to havo been a descendant of William Turner has been a Republican but at the Conqueror When 11 years of ago the late election supported Bryan He both his parents died lor the nc t is considered one of the ablest lawyers From 1884 in tho state of Washington beven years ho worked on a farm earn ing money to defray his expenses at tl to 1888 ho was territorial governor Richfield O academy during the wi Within the last two years he has become tcr Subsequently he taught school largely interested in mines in northern and in March 1857 entered a law office Washington and British Columbia in Akron Two years later he was adNo Selection Maile In South Ilikots mitted to tho bar He entered the law PlKiutE S D Jan 20 Six ballots Cofflnbury in Clevelan office of Otis but abandoned the practice of law t i wero taken iu tho Populist senatorial following autumn on account of failing caucus last night An attempt to spring health and moved to Grand Raph a compromise candidate in tho person of Mich whero he engaged In the lumber H II Potter failed On tho last ballot business and where tn 18G1 he w as mar Kyle had 30 votes and all tho others ried to Annette H Henry about the same as before Potter reIn 1801 Agcr enlisted in the Second ceived only one Michigan cavalry and was made captaiu NEVADA IT LOOKS LIKE of Company O He was wounded n the battle of Boonevillo Miss Owing The IIIII to leruilt Irlie Flehtln f llai to his part in this engagement he was railed lie General Atieiubly promoted to tho rank of major In 1802 Nev Jan 20 Tho bill to Causo he became lieutenant colonel of the permit glove contests has passed the Sixth Michigan cavalry and iu 1803 w made colon of the Fifth Michigan cav senate by a voto of 0 to 0 and the town airy his regiment being in Custer s Is all excitement in consequence The famous brigade In 1804 his health in bill was not eurollod to bo presented to duced him to retire from the service the governor but it will reach him a He was brevettcd brigadier and major it and meritorious toon as billis as passed provides that a for gallant general The services and was on privato service In glove contosc with gloves not lighter 1803 04 receiving orders personally fioni than lour ounces may be lieiu m NePresident Lincoln payment to the sheriff of In 1805 he removed to Dotrolt where vada upon the which tho contest is to county in ho lias hiuco been extensively engaged the place of 1000 for a licouso and take in lumber and piuo laud business Hi tho presentation of a certificate from was a member of tho firm of Moore i two regular physicians that the contestAlger and becanio tho head of tho firm ants uro in perfect physical health Company then tho of R A Alger shall bo done 10 hours previous to most extensive piuo timber operators in Thiscontest Nino tenths of the license tho west Subsequently tho firm was the money goes into the state treasury and merged into that of Alger Smith the balance to the county where the Company which owns and operates ex contest takes place teiiBivo tracts and mills in Michigan and Of tho 1 11 W II Whcolock Dan in the Canudiun Georgian buy region been on th governor Stuarts partner who hasresponse to General Alger was elected said iu receiving a plural ground soim timo or not the big fight of Michigan in 1881 w ether ity of 8U50 votes over Begole fusioulst question would posi ely take place iu Navudii His administration of state affairs wui If tho gover r signs tho bill cousiderod highly successful I can not say that tho big fight will Iu 1888 ho was ouo of the leading can- or will not uko placo in Nevada The the Republican nomination bill if signed Is satisfactory to mo nnd didates for for president Tho acrimony which de I presume t will bo to Mr Stuart I veloped between tho Alger workers and urn sure did we conclude to bring the thosu of Senator Shermuu who was also world s championship contest to this a cnudlduto was iuteuso aud tho itato ample protection from any kind breach of friendship caused thereby be- of Interfere els guaranteed under this tween tho general uud senator is be measure i Icial morality is of a dif lieved to liuve only recently been ferent tvpo iiere than iu Texas or Ar healed General Alger served one term a kausas Dan Stuart Next Stofe comniauder-tii-chle- f of the Chicago Jun 80 A private dispatch He Is of exceptionally generoni aud kindly disposition and U especially ie received from Dan Stuart by L M loved by tlio veterans and by his friend Houseman says that he will at once in Michigan He hits three ton and notify the principals in the Corbett three daughters Fitzslmmons fight to be prepaied to fight in the state of Nevada on the 17th or March Stuart says that he Is not prepared at the present time to name the exact location of the fight bat In IS days he Im the courie of the next 0 orwhere the tlallt rtrf will announce the town tfiutut vent is to b nulled off Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V IHSSIXL A Ai cnri 1 GAR 2U7 So Christians Dance What an Impertinent pirslon to uny Wide llltr itlnn the least of It ami how foolish It sounds Washington Feb The weather Do ehristlnns dance I diro say none can has Nsued a special bulletin cov bin other but a sln bllnded worldly minded ering tho features of tho recent cod wuvo Tho told it states has be u person would condescend to ask such a rcmnrkubla iu its intensity duration quesllon Say nolghbor you hnd just and wide distribution covering tho ns well hnvo asked do christians play whole United States atof the Rocky cnnls misbehave In the house of God Mountains Tlnoughout the whole of by talking and tearing up paper nnd ent tho lake n giou uud tho Ohio anil Missis lug popcorn in time of divine service 7 sippi valley tho minimum was lower No my friend christians dont dune1 for several ays than ever before record ed for the first decade of January Tho nnd you cor I have never yet found one conditions iu tho extreme i outhweie or will wo ever bo able to find a christian also unusually seveio that does dnnce A christian Is upright Following nro somo of tho minimum iu heart nnd life desiring aove every temperatures occurring in the regions whero tho cold wave wus most pro llilrg elso to do that which Is right and nounced Chicago 20 below Milwnukeo good and they are living epistles of and Snult Sto Mnrie 18 Indianapolis Christ known and read of nil men But nnd Detroit 14 Cincinnati 10 Pittsburg clnietians avo danced some few 1 8 nt Tampa lowest was 0 degrees nbove Jacksonville 22 Mobile and mean but it wrs before they wero mn le Charleston 18 Augutn 12 Raleigh 10 christians and when they wero worldly Chuttiiunogii Charlotte and Atlanta i minded and had no lovo for God and Kunxvillo 2 The heaviest snowfalls reported wero His divluo truth or any lovo for the 14 Inches iu Boston 10 iu New York church or regard for its laws etc But and i in Portlniil Me since God has saved them from sin nnd by the Spirits power taken tho lovo of THEY CAN fIGHT7n NEVADA the world and its pleasures out of their Tilt- - Gnti riior Mm signed llin lllll Unit heart they are living upon a higher i iiiI1 Hit ItitM d llin General Uakon Nev Jan 30 Assembly and more substantial plane of christian bill No 8 intend d to permit Corbett ily and they aro wise in that they obey and Fitzsimmoiis to light in this state tlmt still small voice that cried at tho is now u law the governor hiiug door of their heart saying unto them signed it Wherefore come out fiom among them When asked if ho had over had any and be ye separate eaith tho Lord and thought of vetoing it Governor Sadler I was waiting to see what a touch not tho unclean thing and I will replied majority of the people seemed to want re biioyou and will be a Father unto intending to be entirely guided by their you and e shall be my sous and daught Â¬ Second wishes Tht poliry I pursued to the er saith the Lord almighty end nnd because tho people wero In fa- Cor vi 17 18 And now my neighbor vor of the bill I signed it Of the mer do you supprss for ono single moment its in argument made against the glove contest bill I have nothing to say A that we would bo able to find this charmajority of our citizens s eeined to wish acter of a christian skipping tho fantastic it nod I have signed it That is all thero too or cutting the pigeon wing in these is to it ing Mr Wheeler is iu San Francisco but modem soul damning health destro Nay ver- Â¬ before hl do urt ore ho refused to say and hell tending ball rooms nuythitig concerning the locution of tho ily but wo can and often do find church fight if it came to this slate at all That iiu mbtia there Chinch uienibo h do a it will come to Nevada seems nlmo t great many thliijB that a christian dont certain but Car nn and Reno both claim to be the favored spofs in which it will do nnd would disdain to do yet ils so actually ot cur God knows Oh that God by His holy Spirit will wake up tho people in the NOTABLE DECISION town of Hartford and vicinity Ior the pn iilt i ihiti n lllaik Ije Natural us night is far spent tho day is ut hand lit li mi Indiana Judr i IndianaIoiI1 Jun CO The supremo us therefore iTKt oir tho works of dark court rendered a notable decision yes nessand let us put ou the armour of terday It hold that whero n gu com light Romais xix 1J Say brother pauy having the monopoly of furni-h-in- g sister there is a better way its n rojal natural gas to the people of a town way and a safe way it is tho clnistiaus nndci take- - to furnish gas to a consumer uu seek for it get in it piiisue it unto and nfterwanl thicugh it negligence the cud and it will lead you through tho nnd without any sufficient legal excus fails to furnish the ga at a time when gates of pear nnd into that city that hath the weatinr makes a llro ncce iry foundations whose builder nnd maker is nnd the consumer ii unable to obtain God Rubt A Crowe iu Hartford Ilei other fuel and thl- - fact causes the con ald sumers children to become sick and die the cas company is liable to damages THE MOONSHINER for the death ot the cluldicn Tho deci ioii hinges on the case of Coy vs the Indianapolis ins company Coy claimed that his childs death fioni the fuilnro of tho gas com Smallest Still Ever Operated Found pany to sulllciently heat his homo la The Hills of Hardin lllr In ll Hotel County IndianaiOIis Jan 80 Tho north wing of the D niMin hotel ono of the finest in Indianapolis was damaged I met dipt Oiflla Dellaven Division yesterday evening by firo Tho fire had Powers caincd considerable headway before tin Deputy under Collector J alarm was sounded nnd tho damage at Ortentboro last Saturday night and caused by water was greater than by ho told mo somo entertaining moon fire Malinger Cullcn suys tho loss on shiner stories writes a contributor to tho furnishings will not exceed 15000 Capt Dullnvou has uud the duinngc to the building as esti Louisville Post mated by D P lCrwin tho owner will aliud quite a reputation as a lynxeyed be between 1000 and 3000 Tho loss still finder since he has been iu cilice of D II Buldwiu ic Compauy piano dealers on the list floor by wuter will and tho illicit Jew maker runs from him as a hare would from u hound The reach 10000 Captain had been raiding in the Meet To Aliollili Ciinlt Labor LAPonrE Iml Jun 20 Steps havo ing Creek country iu Grayson Hardin nnd Urcckeuridgo counties in tho past been taken in this state to unite tho la bor organizations of Ohio uud Indiana five weeks and has succeeded in capiir in a movement to secure the abolish- ing five stills and one of the oldest ment of the convict labor system A shiners In the business Ouo of these monster petition will be circulated It Is believed thit the union of employers stills was perhaps the smallest over make and employes In the two states will and operated It was found in thu hills bring an influence to bear that will re- of Hardin aud had a capacity of about sult in a change In the method of em ouo gallon a day Auother one which ploying thu stntes charges The move ment has the iidqrsciiieut of orgaulzcd was found after tho olll ers had spent nearly a whole night In worming their labor iu this whole section way up to it through the mountain fast Lnlie Steamer Mink The nesses was a first class outfit with tin Evansvilik Iml Jan 20 steamer Plaukinshaw sank near tho very latest improvements aud a capacity mouth of Green liver Tho 17 people of forty gallons a day This still was ou board scrambled to an open bargotho worth about ono hundred dollars and boat was towing aud drifted down the wasBituated justat the foot of a mounriver past this city The barge went Â¬ ashoro two mile bplow hero Engineer tain In a splendid location for tho busi John Orr of Evuiisville wns drowned ness The others suffered considerably from In speaking of moonshiners Capt the cold weather nnd several were badly Del I live n said There are so many frozen The loss on the boat Is H000 risks lo niooiishliiing aud so littlo to be shot a Girl noil lllmitlf made out of it tho wonder to mo Is that IlAnTroiiu City Iml Jun 29 Jo illiterates who aro amest dully nabbed seph Eoxwell 25 shot Ore Uortlierton presst iu keeping it up They never do 16 iu the temple nnd then shot himself more than eko out a miserable existence was fato death at Luuileo The girl tally hurt lowvell who wns former mil I have never fouud a shiner who ly a clerk for Miss Borthertons father hud mora than a dollar or two on his fell desperately in love with the girl While the most of them are person He niuoyid li r o that hi wn shrewd It Is not so hard to find them as Th liorthertons nie nmoiig It used to bo First because an Infor- Â¬ the weuliiiest people iu the county mer will tell on them for the ten dollars Ilre Fliirfi Kroen Canton-- O Jun 29 Firo partially iiIIovm d by the government and second destioyed the biildiug of Jacob Motter because the people of th communities Frozen firo plugs endan in which the yoporato aro always ready Loss gered the ndjnetut property nnd n bud to aid In bringing them to justice coiillaiiution was thieutened until tho lllzibethloAii News cheiiiiuil euiiiies came to the rescue ami the rules committee is willing Some Statistics of Newspaper Drutli lioni Cold and lluncer A publisher of a etatistlcal turn of Jack ox O Jun 20 A most dis iiiliul has been compiling some figures tresslug Ciiko of death fiom cold and tho newspaper business that are hunger is reported from Wellston Two about Mrs Juines Hstonshing Tho total number of copies small children of Mr und Piercetield nro lying dead ut their homo of newspapers printed In a slm lo year is iu that city and It is said they hud had twelve billion a figure which looks most nothing to eut for soveral dnys and that imposing when set out In numbers thus there wns no firo and bedding In the 12000000000 The approximate weight houso to keep them allvo They were aged II and 5 years Picrcefleld is a of this mass of paper is 781210 tom or miner and is badly crippleel as a result 1504 80000 pounds of a mine acciduut some time ago If the newspapers of tho world should consolidate it would take the fastest Hri piess In the Journal plant and it con Â¬ at J V Ullom manufacturer of tlio lia- tains tho fastest presses in the world a Allot ami Marlon O has niilguid matter of 33 ears to print the edition bilities not given Â¬ Murphy dry goods mer ot one year Folded in the usual manWoosley Fork Ky have iunde ner aud nacked on end tho pile would chants at Slukliift an assignment to L M Hill of tba taint be 270000 feet or nearly fifty mi I en rlice for the benefit of their creditors high Now York Journal Liabilities II M a acts equal FEATURES OF THE COLD WAVE In LEWIS -- M0SEIY liitrnsllt Duration 1 mill Â¬ The Wedding Oicured Tuesday Jan And Was a Brilliant Affair 2G ROYAl SlUrDnra -- Tho nuptials of Mies Ella Mosely and Mr C C I wis wero solemnized at the homo of tho bride nt Stephensport Ky atr p in on Jan l0 h J 807 with Itiv Melcatfo ns the ollkintlng minister Iunn diately following the ceremon nu cleg mt rep 1st w ns served when the bridal pnir nt once tcoc the train for liuisvltlu aud other points 1 Oaly a few Intimate Mends Including Mis Florenco William- - of Evansvllle Mr C F Ca hinan Mr and Mrs Mike lihiin of Stephensport were present Celebrated for Its great leacninj itrmelh nnd The bride wore a traveling ilrss de ieuthlulnes Afsurcs the food acnint alum nnd signed by a Louisville modiste and car Â¬ all forms of adulteration Dorrmon to lie clicip brands roai nKtsr lonDrn c i new kk ried a beautiful shower boquet of white hyacinths and carnations She is much FALLS OF ROUGH admired for her amiable qualities and varied accomplishments The groom made quite a minly apper Pound Parly Cooper Meador Nuptials Mrs George Burton Dead Car Load He Is much ance iu the usual black esteemed by the people of Stephensport of Cattle and Hogs Shipped where he fills the position of telegraph operator and agent of tho Louisville William Daltona little girl is real llendorson A St LmiIs Uillway Com- Â¬ Wrt6 POWDER Absolutely Pure Â¬ pany Mr and Mrs Lewis 111 Â¬ have a host of Willis Green went to Louisville last friends to conuratuluto them nnd who weeV unite iu predicting a bright and happy Miss Emma Burton Is very ill with future ai theirs as each is so generously typhoid fever endowed with qualities of mind nud Miss Maud Sipcs was the guest of Miss heart to promote the hnpplnes and feTuttle Siiuday licity of the other Little Miss lluby Stone is very fond of After n short bridal trip they will be horseback riding at home to their friends at Stephens Henry Cary was the guest of MibS Mn port where they will make their future bel ChambliBS Sunday home Mr Hart Is recovering from a severe CANDIDATES IN MEADE attack of pneumonia fever The ChambliBS brothers have finished Following Is a litt of candidates for the various offices in Minde County before gathering corn across Ihe creek Brother Cundifl filled his appointment the Democratic Primary election held at Iuioii Chapel last Sunday March lit ltepretentativt Albert Thorn hjii James Lawrenco and brother are at- Â¬ County Judge S P Woolfolk John tending school in Ohio county D Hardin J W Vessels It hart aud David Clumbliss went to County Attorney Thos Hamilton II visit their sister Mrs Sam Parson F Willett T T Noel Dr Hay nes of Ovvensboro spent severCircuit Clerk W II Gough Iichard al days here last week very busily Willett John Eskridgo was visiting friends iu County Cleik Silver Dick Nevitt Hancock county Friday and Saturday linden Miles Ed Ouedry Win Haskett Miss Maggie Fentress is visiting her Wnlter Gray County School Superintendent Will aunt at Short Creek Grayson county Uud Hiirch Ashcmft ltobert Cliainhlis was thu guest of Sheriir Leo Hunan Deputies Win Miss Allie Jones of ltock Lick last Sun Kliodip John T Illand and Nonh Green day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ well atMiss Ella Huberts of Fordsville Assessor W II Dowell Geo Hines tended church at lrnlou Chapel lust Uobt Oivings Judson Hice S K Ves Sunday C Gray seln Frank Skill man says tho Hoso is the Jailer Henry Shelton Thos Thorns fiirest Ibwer in thu bright land of lovely berry Henry Harrington George Miles lloweis Jits G Shackletti Win Edwards Elisha Mrs Sih Mercer and Miss Xilpah Houdurniit Chambliss went to McDauiels to visit Thos Hoard announced that he would friends nud relatives not bo a candidate for jailer C W Butler of Shrove Ohio county Magistrate James Bryant was the guest of M W Stone nud family Reorganization of the Union Pacific last Saturday nnd Sunday eilobc Democrat Miss Zjlnia Askius near Askin Sta- Â¬ Apparoutly the agreement reached tion gave her young friends a pound with the reorganization committee of supper Friday eve Janunry loth the Tniou Pacific Itiilroad is the best W H Chamblibs who lias been Iu arrangement for tho government which poor health for sometime went to Iouis was possiblo under the circumstances ville last week to consult n doctor The government is to receive on its lien Miss Ada Meadow and Mr Jack Coopon tho Union Pacific at least 13751000 were united in including tlio sinking fund which is a er near Union Chnpre marriage sometime during the holidays sum much laiger than anybody heretoMrs M W Stone shipped four coops J fore biipposed woud be realizjd lierpont Morgiti is to be tho head of of chickens aud turkejs to Herndon A tho syndicate which Is to buy tho road Carter Co Louisville several weeks The government is to foreclose its lien ago Tom Butler of Shrevo was tho guest as sojii ns possible and its connection with the road will have a termination of his uncle M W Stone Inst Friday advantageous to tho Interess of the and Friday night going to Hardinsburg Saturday on businees people Mrs George Burton died nt her homo 1 Â¬ PLANTERS HALL Â¬ Â¬ Farmers aro stripping tobacco Jake Limer of Kirk was here Sun day lW It Moorman sold 40 luo sheep to Mr J T F Owen for L73 each Hoy Moorman who basbeeiiin delicate health for som- time la improving rap- Â¬ idly Henry D Moorman Jr anticipates moving to the IiUs of Hough as son us school closes S S Acton and his brother It ibert of Sulphur Springs Ky spent Thursday night at W It Moormans tHjTlnoy Oachs now house will soon be completed Wo aro glad forSydne ya sake for he seeim to bo very Iniutient to claim his bonny brldo For Exchange Thornugnbiib Chester While 1 Â¬ Iijrt wiilit 51 loo Hu ut in nuts ner III lor torn win it rats cIomt senior Irish p oduce prleo will All the mui aztnes for February aro now rtiti es jour allow if market off odlor In need can tloiA nn lull on sale at Babbages suit 0l llcspcrtlullv m ney 1 nd lland China th near lluth Station Tuesday Jan after a short lllnesiof a few days leaving a husband four children aud friends to mourn her losa Mr Hardaway of Montauua visited his Bister Mrs Frank Be j ton a few weeks past ho says he likes the North West much better than Kentucky on account of its healthful climate Several car loads of hogs aud cattle have been shipped from here recently Cattlo seem to bo advancing In price Small produce from thu farm Is worth nothing eggs only ten cents pur dozen and the butter market Is quite dead Many many thanks for the budget of society news received through the post incognito I would like to know the happenings and doings of interest in the neighborhood und will bo glad to receive them from any one who will jot them down and leave them with the post mas ter 1 Â¬ II A lA It KS Clifton Mills Ky Breckinridge NORMAL College Second Term Opens Nov 10 1S9G mas pniiiteil in mi courses Faun CouitsKS Pctlagogy Business Scientific Classical Diplo- - Â¬ Â¬ Latin The Cumulative method is used in teaching the languages Greek German ami French A Special Courses for those who wish to prepare for Teaclaus Cer tificatc Iu tltis course the stueicnts will be fittcel for teachers by nctual work in our MODEL SCHOOL Special terms to 320 pays tuition for all courses except music thoscwishing to pay ns much ns live months tuition in nelvance Hoard to 250 per week Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for teaching can make arrangements with tho President of the College to It will pay you if attend school here Write for particulars at once you desire to attend a first cluss school at n small cost D S RORERTS Jr Pres Ilnrdinsburg Ky Address or FELIX KERRICK Hardinsburg Ky 2o -- - -- y r rHWTmWiSaaMMMWTlgSrJsJMM THJ I Breckenridge Im D News 1807 Iiusident elect McKlnley old last Friday was 54 years Vi 0 Bibbsge Editors and Froprletri WEDNESDAY FEUKUAItY 3 At one point in Canada last week the thermometer registered 62 degrrc brlotv zero Is said 75 nunner BRElGKRSrRroGEl NEWS OlxOVHXRPOKLT KY mmmmmMmmmimmmmmmmmi BRANDENBURG UNION STAR Twenty pNmmmmmmNitmmmmmmrig Cant Cahnan Weddlrtfl Births-Skat- H ing CoastinAttend A g- R C Richardson io Swell Reception Express Her Opinion As to the Pret tiest Baby -- Pleasure In Skating Â¬ Sabiorlptloa Pries SI 00 a Tear la Adtancs II Paid at the End of the Ttat 2126 SIX PAGES NOTICE Kates Tor announcement In these Column are lollowi Caih Inndvince In eery case Circuit Judge or Attorney f lojoo County Offices 500 Announcements REWBLfcANiNNOUNCEMENfs count y iudol I oflountyjudge of Ureckentldge county jubject to the action of the Republican prmary election 1897 l eliiiary fice llK areasauthorised furannounce WILLIAM a candidate AIIL re election to the ol to CIRCUIT COURT CIIJRK 1 rl- - ore authorised to announce IIION JOIIV 1 1 as a candidate for the Office of Circuit Court CUrkllreckenrldge county subject to the decision of the Republican party Nmembir hleitiun 1897 olhce ot Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of AITK are authorized to announce ROIILKT WKATIiLli UltD us a candidate for the the Republican primary Iebruary alh 189 COUV1V COURT CLERK 11 the olhce of County Court Ueik subject to the action of the Republican priirary election Satur- Â¬ day leby a 1897 COUNTY ATTORNEV are authorized to announce JESSE R IiSK RIDUK as a candidate for County Attorney subject to the action ol the Republican prunar election leby tt are authorized to annouuee RN MILLER asa candidate for re election to the ollue ot County Attorney ol llnckcnridge County subject to the uctlon ol the Republican primary lection rK are authorized to announce OW EN lUN yy NINtjIIAM asa candidate lor re election to rl reb J7 1W7 SCHOOL SLPKRIM UNDENT II DKIsKIiLL as a candidate lor re election to the office of School Superintendent of llreikenridge County subject to the Republican primary election Saturuay t eby 7 1897 1 XT E are authorized to announce SAMUEL V 1 1 PATK as a candidate lor the office of School Superintendent ol llreckenndge County subject to the action of the Republican primary eeMlon Satur day Iebruary 27 1897 COUNTY SlRVKVOR are authorized to announce Roy- alty as a candidate lor officeChintz of County Surveyor subject to the action of the Republican party Jltction Noembcr a i87- - ri are authorized to nnnounce ANDREW W1 JAILER authorized to announce GUS I MAA as a candidate lor re election u me uuiceoi jaiieroi iireckenriUte county sub Â¬ ject to the action of the Republican primary elec tion Saturday Fcbruaro 17 lSy rKre LI REPRESENTATIVE seniitiie of llreckenndge county subject to the actun of the Republican Irimary Llution Feby CIRCUIT J LDOE am a candidate for re clectinn as Circuit Judge of the 9th Judicial Districts subject to the action of I J recognize the Chicago the Democratic party Platform of the true esponen of Democratic principles T It M HE All I January 1st 1897 WE are authorized toannounceOUY E I1URCII Chenault Ky as candidate lor Kepre j9as COMMONWEALTHS I ATIORNEV am a candidate lor re clectinn to the office of Commonwealths Attorney of the 9th judicial Dis Â¬ trict ol Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic party WEED h CHEEK ASSESSOR f lj are authorized to annoumu JNO II COM- El as a candidate fur Assessor of llrecken ndge County subject to the Republican primary u jeiiuvics jno i ncnnincftr imu vf u uiu limn is Die jt FUSION ANNOUNCEMENTS UHY1Y JUIHE authorized to announce W E MINOR candiiate for Judge ol llreckcnridite Coun ty Subject to the action ol the Democratic Con 1 ention S ilurtLiy March tth 1897 AVE are CIRCt IT CEERK VIi Je authorized to announce JESSE 11 Mil IER as a candidate for Circuit Cltrk of llreck Â¬ enndge County Subject to the action ofthe Demo cralic Contention Saturday March sth 1897 VK are authorized to announce RICHARD S SKIIIMAN as a candidate for re election to the office of Circuit Clerk of llreckenridije County Subject to the action of the Democratic Convention Saturday March 8th 1897 COUNTY ATIORNEV are authorized to announce HENRY K MATTHEWS as a candidate lor County At torney ol llreckenridKe County Subject to the action of the Democratic Convention Monday March 8th 197 ilthllKKIIr - are authorized to announce RICHARD W as a candid He Icr Slicnlf Subject to the action ofthe Democratic Convention March 8th S With the following deputies C K Ilizht loot Cloverport Scott Cart Union Star and Chas II Miller Hardlnsburg WE 1 OR JAILER are authorized to announce LAFAYETTE MILLER us a candidate lor Jailer of llreck enridue County Subject to the action f the Demo cratic Comention Saturday March 8 1897 ty authorized WE arecandidate forto announce J D HEELER a Jailer of llreckenridge Coun Subject to the action of the Democratic Con Â¬ Saturday March 8th i8j7 vention are authorized to announce JOHN W IIHAUCHAM1 as a candidate lor Jailer of iirecsenriuge uounty nuujeci to tne uctlon 01 the Democratic Convention March bib 1B97 are authoilzed to announce WM R EMIIRY as a candidate lor Jailer of llreck riiridjje County Subject to the action 01 Hi Democratic Convention March 8th 1897 aie authorized to announce R A Sll ELL MAN asa candidate for Jailer of llrecken ridge County Subject to the action of the Demo cratic Contention March Sth 1897 tv Subject to the action of the Democratic Jurty March 6h County Con vention March Sth authorized to announce LEE WALLS WE arecandidate formatter of llreckenndge Coun a Irecinct Comentione are authorized to announce SCOTT MOK0 as a candidate for Jailer of llreckenndge County Subject to the action of the Democratic Comention March 8th IS WE SUPERINTENDENT Ol COMMON SCHOOLS X7E are authorized to nnnounce K1MI1IE VV MAILMAN as a candidate lor the olhce of County Superintendent of Schools Subject to the uctiou of the Democratic party March 8ih 1897 TTTE are authorized to announce FRANK A W 1IEAVIN as a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Common Seliools of to the action of the iireikenriuge county Democratic convention March 8 1897 sujt CONSTA1IIU tun District Subject to the action of the Demo cratic Convention Monday March 8th 1S97 authorized to aunounce WE arecandidate fur Constable InLEE a the IIISllOI llurduis i Ed Kelly down In tlio Second District ia making a brilliant race or Common wealths Attorney and from the start he has it looks like he will win the nomination with hands down There isnt a ulcer young man in the state of Ken- Â¬ tucky than Ed Kelly Gentle as a lamb modest as a country maiden and every inch a gentlemen His party will make no mistake in giving him the nominaÂ¬ Â¬ tion tlallt dmtart OASTOXlXa Tilft- - 6 -- s li juk U k VHorn to the wife of Win Cart Jan per cent of the peo that It i1 a Hue boy plo outside the cities In Nebraska are JJorn to the wife of J Arthur Haynes burning corn for fuel Jan 8 a lino boy itobert Hoyle Mr It C Ittohardson expects to attend Tin United States Seuate by a vot3 of forty six to four has passed the bill pro a swell reception given by Miss Ilyino at her home Third Ave and York St Louvlding for n monetary conference isville in honor of Mies Mcintosh tho The appointment of Lyman J Gage 4th Inst Mrs Cha 0 Giaham has charge of to be Secretary of tho Treasury is giving general satisfaction throughout the coun- the school for the rpring term Tho pupil are grieved to give up Mrs J try Klncheloe but we trust they may be The Senate committee has made a fav- tqually pleasd orable report on the arbitration treaty Mr Sam Cashman of Ford City 1enn between Jhe United States and Great Rev Cashman Owensboro Ky and Britain Mrs Win Hawkins Hltes Itun were at the bedside of tht ir brother II T Cash Gkoikib Basket one ofthe accomplices man during his sickness in the murder of ofllcer White at Owens a ii anti u r uasuman boro has been sentenced to twenty one lojd Channel It C Richardson Dr years Imprisonment Wm L Milner Misses Cashman and Mrs Wm L Milner attended the Runrun Klks of Louisville fed 1500 poor nuptials The ner Cashman people of that city lust Sunday Misi Sarah E Richardson left last Elks are a noble generous set of fellows full of charity and good feeling for their week to vis t her brother Mr E A Richardson Louli ville and hear Dr fellows indistres Cnrradino She will be absent ssveral The Tariff commission has completed weeks visiting friends in Hardin county its schedule on wool A duty of 0 cents before her return Rsv Overton 1 E delivered four exThe groweis a pound will be ndded wanted V2 cents but could not make the cellent sermons at the M E church South on last Saturday and Sunday 2M count si on see it that way and 21th The perfect order and atten- Â¬ combined national debt of the tion ofhis hearers was sufllcient evidence Tim J000000000 and it of their appreciation and Interest world amounts to A very merry party secured the ser- Â¬ Is still piling up at the rate of about a billion a year And thin piling up of vice of a spring wagon coaster skates debteisjust whats the matter with the etc and spent a j illy afternoon near Preston Ky Tiny were Mlesis Mattie country Milner Minnie Hojle Sue Urashear Gov Bradley is of the opinion that Mrs Wm L Milner R 0 Richardson there Bhould be some legislation to pre Â¬ C D Brashtar C F Cashman and Dr vent the assembling of mobs in thiB Wm L Milner state Mobs are bad enough but they VAt the resilience of the brides parents seldom allow a brutal negro murder r Mr and Mrs Joseph Cashman near to escape Pierce Station at 0 p m Jau 21 187 Mr Noble Runner and Miss Lydia Cash oiHciale who A NiMiiEit of Iapiiblican man w re united in marriage Rev E N have the public aflaird ofthe city of Lou- Â¬ Metcalfe otliciating The attendants isville under their charge have recently were Missts Eva S Cashman Carrie been indicted by the grand jury for brib Shellmau Messrs J M Haynes Crafton ery and general corruption in ollice Cashman Mr Runner Is a prosperous Pendleton an old and farmer fiom near Keokuk Iowa while Dk John prominent physician died at his home in the bride is the eldest daughter of Mr Hartford last Sunday He was CO years and Mrs Joseph Cashman and a niece old and for 10 years of that time he had of I v Wm K Cashman Mr and Mrs been a practicing physician He was a Runner It ft Wednesday for their future surgeon in the Confederate army and home in Iowa 83red on tho staiTof Gen JohuC llreck Un the morniig of Jan 12 1807 at 5 inridge and Gen Martin oclock deatli removed from our midst one of our most respected and beloved If you Aiik you reading our story citizens and friends Mr Robert T not you are missing something good are Cashman after an Hints of several in the way of true pictures of life and weeks of Brigits disease Although beautiful touchis of romance Who of his deatli was not unexpected it was a us that havent been romanticduringour shock to the whole community and lives In every neighboihood Is to be one from which we can not soon ro and a itob Mc found a Topmark cover He was always present at Sunday Gregor School instructing his class of little ones The Bradley Martin ball is all rijhf always ready with a welcoming word It is a private affair for which that class ever at his pen faithful to tho last His of people are entirely responsible If the removal lias left a barren spot a void rich want to eij y themselves in their never to be filled Mr Ceshman has own peculiar way let them do it The been sexton of the chinch since the rich like the poor aie here to stay and death of his father Mr Joseph Cash will always be with us The truth about man Sr and was almost always present that whole n flair is it would never have at every kind of religious service Mr been noticed as anything out of the or- Â¬ Cashman was a bachelor In his 51th dinary if it hadnt been for a sensational year He leavtsfive brothers two sispreacher in New York who wanted a ters and a number of relatives who have A our sympathy in their bereavement big advertisement through the sensationfriend and ailvsjr of the children his al newspapers death has left ninny sorrowing hearts Tin call on Mr T li Henderson print Â¬ among the children rs among the older ed in another column shows that his friends friends are in earnest in wanting him to make the race for Couuty Judge Mr Beware of Olnlrmnls for Catarrh that Henderson is hesitating about the matter Contains Mercury for the reason as he says he was a candi- Â¬ as mercury will surely destroy the sense date for the County Clerks place and lie of smell and completely derange the feels like lie would be intruding to now whole system when entering It through ask for the place of Judge He is a conSuch articles the mucous surfaces scientious gentleman and wants to do the Bhould never be used except on prescript right tiling both as regards himself and Ion from reputable physlciaus as the tho best interest of ills party He says damage they will do is ten fold to the however if ids friends think ho is tne 3d you can posslby derive from them man to make the race and he can best to Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by subserve the interests of the party by do F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains ing H he will make it It is a question no mercury and is taken internally act- Â¬ for them to decide ing directly upon the blood and mucous In buying Halls We have no patience with tho caam surfaces of the system ity howler The News was a firm believ Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu er in silver because wo thought it was ine It is taken internally and made In right and would bring better time and Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney k Co greater prosperity to the people But Tih imonials free now that the people have spoken and lOTSold by Druggist price 75c per hot said by their votes that silver was not tie what they wanted and that the gold FORDSVILLE standard was the best we submit and we nre going to give the gold standard a fair show If the gold standard Is the Up Ice Dr Visitors Skating Putting best and will bring renewed confidence FlemliterTo Horse Branch and renewed piosperity we say thats e are waiting pa just what we want tieutly to see it come and will glye it a Mr EJ Litsey was in town Sunday Wo dont propcsjto lieaity welomo Hairy Ellington went to Otvonsboro kick it out of our way and refuse to rec- Saturday ognize it just because its the gold stand Mr and Mrs Warfleld have gone to ard hojBekeeplrg Mr Coleman of Loultvllle was in Tresis words spoken by Mr Talmage last Sunday are consoling and will help town Monday to pull us through these hard times and R It Martin of Beaver Dam was in You must remember that town this wetk cold winter tho wlntsr is just as important as the Miss Maud Lyons went to Horse Let one winter pass without spring Branch Sunday frost to kill vegetation and Ice to bind County Clerk llcsker of Hartford was the rivers and snow to enrich our fields Wednesday will have to enlarge your here and then you The young folks have been having a A green hospitals and your cemeteries Christmas makes a fat grave yard was pleasant time skating Dr Flemister made a Hying visit to the old proverb Storms to purify the air Thermometer at three degrees be Horse Branch this TTtjk I cem low zuo to toue up the system Miss Carrie Brunner went to Owens ber and January just as important as boro to visit her parents May and June I tell you we need the Mr and Mrs Cliut HedJeu spsnt last storms of life as much as wo do the sun Sunday with relatives at this place shine There are more men ruined by Messrs Walker John Smith Jr and prosperity thau by adversity If we had Galnea filled their Ice houses this week our owu way In life before this wo woud Bro Hogard preached quite an inter Â¬ have been impersonations of selflihuesa esting sermon at the M E Church Sun and worldlinesa and disgusting slu and pulled up until we would have hegn like day night Miss Florence Tuber of Louisville Julius CVear who was made by syco phants to believe that he was divine and formerly of this place is visiting her the freckles on his face were said to be sister Mrs Browser The young folks all weeome Florence back as the stars of the firmament Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Verdict Rendered In the Archer Trlcl Not Guilty still In session Mis Rhodes ami Mrs Dim I nre im- Â¬ proving Allan Co a e fast closhg out their stock of dry floods at ost Mrs Bert Morcmeii Is quite sick she has iLflimmutory rheumatism Miss Eleanor B Hendrlck entertained a number of young Mends hs Sunday Miss Mary Alexander of Lousvilf has been here for the past week nursing Mrs Ann Rhodes I was8rry to see my dear Mend Mrs Dr It L Newsora had been quite s ck hope slie is about herself again Winter wont stay with us The old O ilo concealed but in a few days the limpid waters will It iw as usual Misi Agnes Worland is In a dilemma shes a rosi between two thorns In the same family ami cant decide which to remove Measles In light form is still a guest in Bandeuburg but his visit will soon be over as the victims are about ex hausted Bro Phillip Jenkins pnnclied last Sunday nt the Baptist chuicli It wis a bright soft balmy day after tho recent cold snap Mies Adeline Rhodts of Paynesvllle was here last week to Bee Mrs Wm Rhodes who was very ill she is now Borne better So many pretty babies In town Which is the prettiest My good n si If I ahoud dare to express an opinion in that direction how very unpopular 1 would immediately become I Ill hold Chcult CuUtt Is Â¬ For more than twenty years wc have been telling how Scotts Emulsion overcomes the excessive waste of the system puts on flesh nourishes and builds up the body making- it the remedy for all wasting- di Â¬ seases of adults and children but it isnt possible for us to tell the story in a mere stick Â¬ ful of newspaper type We have had prepared for us by a physician a little book telling in easy words how and why Scotf s Emulsion benefits and a postal card request will be enough to have it sent to you free To day would be a good time to send for it - I Cells parmers HARNESS 1 i S A moments consideration Before buying your needs g g SEE In this line s 2 2 5 Collars Bridles gE Check Lines Breeching p JE Pads Back Bands gp Traces Hames Full line Field Seeds Sp Get our Prices W H zZ S 3 Son S SCOTT tt BOWNE New York b Bowmer jiiuiuiuuuuuiuuusuiiuiuuummurt GLENDEANE Vlo Robertson on the Hustle Agaln-S- IIver Dlck Owen Movlnp Also Big wps watching Iter there would be more old bachelors Clarion QUARTERLY REPORT OK THE Mcado county is laying claims to the next State Senator and Klisha ABhcraft is mentioned Tho honor is certainly BeeokinridgeBank CI OVKIUORT KY Attheoloseofbussiness on the a6th day ol Decern- ber 1 8j6 RESOURCKS Loans and Discounts less loans to Directors 1103167 91 Loans to Officers 4345 95 1083 55 Overdrafts unsecured Due from National Hunks 115134 0I Due from State Uanlcs and Hankers 4973 8j 50107 86 BanMrg House and Lot Other Stocks and Ilonds Specie Currency Furniture and Fixtures Debts in Suit Protest Account LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cah Surplus Fund Undivided Profits iz Due Depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid Sale of Lumber my peace And so so the free silver Democrats of Meade county have reconsidered and considered again aud siy tie sound money wing can conic into tho primary Go in like good Good better best quiet placid lambs aud lie down in white and yellow pt sures Visitors are scarce It is between sea sons People are slaying home getting ready for spring Xow is the time for deft lingers to revel in the make up of pretty lingerie Aint we all glad the in- Â¬ evitable shirt waists will hold their own Uab cau and with little variation think us she pleases wo will take the cool comfottuble convenient style of dress every time Brother Jenkins gave us a sterling ser- Â¬ He mon I would call it Sunday night spoke of an old church record ho saw once where a brother was nrrainged for going into a bar room a Bister for talk ing about her neighbor Good which sister of us would escape 7 Mr Editor if you were n jury which would you call guilty dauciugon wetk days or ekating My heart may not be full on Sunday of religion but 1 never did sknto on Sunday but Ill dance every chance and dont you forget it The Archer trial came oil as stated latt Thursday and went to the jury on Saturday After a few hours out a verdict was rendered of iNot Guilty There were only two speeches made one by Commonwealths Atly Weed Clielf the other by Hon Chapeze Wathen Both I hear I would have heard both but was indisposed were master pieces of oratory as well as an intelligent dis cussion of all the technical points inI extend kind sympathy and volved congratulations to my friends Mrs Archer mother and Mrs Archer wife and to Chaprz my free silver friend The loan exhibit under tho auspices of the Womans Club which is to be held this week will have two pianos which rank as rare collections of musiI would like for the cal instruments oxhibit to liavo the piano of the late Mrs Helena Horde now at Mr Lon Richardsons It was In Its day a most The lyre is formed elegant instrument in handsome brnss trimmings the case Is rich aud solid and I can remember when it wns a sweet toned piano Mrs 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ due that couuty or this Too cold for the saw mill t j run last Hamilton Ilenncn received a fall while week working on a barge in Green river yes Joe Mattlngly went up to Mattlngly terday eyenlng and was slightly injured He is now recti ving medical attention in Saturday Louisville Ernest Kobertson will return to day from Cincinnati The second quarterly meeting of the Seed potatoes garden s x ds and onion Pattsville charge will be held the first Saturday and Sunday Dr Hayes will sets Julian Brown preach in Hawtsville at night and hold Nolle Ashley lias bien uuable to be the quarterly conference Monday morn- Â¬ about for the lost week ing Julian Brown pays the hlglnst market Keports last night from James Itobb price for country produce Buy your Hour from Julian Brown and who is 6uflerirg Intensely from trichinea and who was moved to Evansville for save SO cts on the barrel Will sell the best chopping ax on the better medical treatment are that he cannot recover and that death is expect Â¬ marktt for only 50c Julian Brown ed nt any time Jf the day permits John and Tom Owen are off to day fox a big fox hunt Fred Moorman of Webster hf s enter STEPHENSPORT ed Utopia and is boarding nt Dr Demp Â¬ 300000 3051173 1600000 373S 08 39735 08 3000 00 33884 49 93 3i7j87 85 145100 00 3500000 603 S Â¬ J689ji 89 Shellman Bros Have Dissolved Partner ship Pcttltt McCoy Nuptials School Closed sters Anything you want in groceries nt lower prices than anybody Julian Brown Tims certiilcates of deposit on vhich 3 per cent interest is paldl 77371 so 146193 Fund to 09 lay Taxes 39091 Chas Moremen who was Mrs Hordes niece a Miss Buckner has several rare heir looms aud cu ioeities which belonged to tier ancestors characteristic of polite and aristocratic life Â¬ What the Hawesvllllans Are Doing lUweville IMalnd aler W S Sterett lias charge of tho Green River Republican published In Morgan town Rev 1 G Footo is holding a revival in the wilds of the Green river section The measles has entirely disappeared and not a death from it in the city The case of the Commonwealth against Jackson for stabbing with intent to kill was continued Monday on account of absence of witnesses When a woman is said to be a good house keeper it is meant that she has a place for everything except her husband Walter Smart of Cloverport has made an assignment It was brought by Gen A J Groes It was believed by many that he was heir apparent to hs Uncle Jacks thousands but now it Is not so ap parent It ovory man could see the girl he is in love with eat her dinner when nobody lYem Fits flllTll J fwlth W A rror W USJnnmJ e MtJUn4 H Fetke who mokes a specialty o Epilepsy lias without doubt treated and cur- Â¬ ed more cases than any living Ihyilclani bla access ia astonishing Wa have heard nf rain ct so years standing cureu uy htm lie publishes a large bot tle of hta absolute cure free to any sufferers who may send their 1 O and Express address We advise any one wishing a cure to address V 4 C4ar St HtwTork tntVrLU KUOC LslM iB valuabta work on this dli rase which he lends r t The public school closed here f jr this term The girls and boys were out nst Wick ayery day skating La trippe mculcs and bad colds nre the order of thu day Miss Maude Urlnsley opened a private school here Monday the 1st of Feby iiss Cecil Haleigh of Louisville is visitiug her relatives Mr and Mrs It A Smith Miss Grace McCoy came down from Louisville to attend the McCoy lettitt nuptials E P M s ily had a business change last week Went into the business MhB Florence Williams of Kvansville is visiting her sister Mrs C II Watling ton on let avenue Bavin Tucker filled the Harry Luy ice house last wo k and It A Smith tho McCubblns Ice housi Itev E V Metcalf filled his appoint ment here Sunday and delivered a couple of Instructive sermons Directors people t S68ji 44 Sulzers make a special offer this week Miss Hannah Smith go vermes in a Ioins to Directors officers not included 3300 00 to girls and boys Let every reader of Louisville family near Cave Hill ceme Overdrafts unsecured 59J 7 this column read their advertisement tery is here for n few wieks with her Due lrom Naional Hanks 30854 36 Ranking House and Lot week ths father and relatives 3000 Co Other Real 775 46 Charles Bowdn was in town tuning t Miss Tanner of Ohio county Miss Other Stocks Estate and Bonds 397500 pianos several days lrst week I P Butler of Breckenridge county near Cash on hand 8631 99 Faulds says lie is the best tuner in the Falls of Rough and Sidney Owen are Other items carrld as Cash 167 13 Furniture and Fi Hurts new pupils at Utopia this week 100000 United States Fund to Pay Taxes 3403 Mies Fnnnle Green and three of her The firm tf Shellmau Bros dissolved Current Expenses Last Quarter 100771 partnership last week H A Shellman pupils boarded the train here last Tliurs 1140051 81 They returned having purchased the remaining interest day for Hardlnsburg LIABILITIES Saturday having taken the January ex Capital Stock paid In in cash in the said firm 25000 00 Undivided rrollts Sa68So fin the eveulng of Jau 21st at the res- Â¬ aminatiou A Deposits subject to check on which B CundifT preached four at Rev idence ot her aunt Mrs Pyke Conn Miss interest is not paid 48931 71 Nettie Petlltt daughter of Mr and Mrs tentiou holdlng sermons here Saturday Time certificates of deposit on which ami Sunday Sunday afternoon ho gave per cent interest In paid 57851 35 106783 96 Phillip Prttitt of Homo Ind were mar- Â¬ j a lecture replete with elevating truths ried to Mr II S McCoy of Stephens 140053 81 and inspiring promises State of Kentucky Only a poit It iV Metcalf officiating Clint Willis and a Mr Harper lately few friends and relatives were present County of Rreckenridge attended a party near Harned They M II Heard Cashier of Bank ol Hardinsburg a In the last issue of the News we notio bring back a pretty report of a good time Ilank located and doing business In the town of ed tho announcement of Jesse II Miller Hardinsburg in laid countybelng duly sworn says All they Bay enjoyed themslvcs ex of Sample as a candidate for Circuit cept a that the foregoing Report is In all respects a true cerinn young lady of the Court Clerk and we have this to say the Vic Rbartson is at home better and statementbusiness condition of the said Bank at 1890 close of on the 6ih day of December Jesse Is a clever congenial fellow and If hustling hard as over He went last to the best of his knowledge and belief andfunher ho is nominated by his party and elected week to Muhlenburgand Christian coun rays thVt the business of said Bank has been transnext November he would make u flue ties to receive some fine beef cattle acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an Circuit Clerk and one the people of which he shipped to Cincinnati official notice received from the Secretary of Stale Breckenridge couuty could well he proud John Deau returned from Louisville dcilgnatlng the 36th day of December 1896 as the of He Is energetic and heres to you Saturday He reports business looking day on which such repo t shall be made that he will get first or second induct- up M II Heard Cashier cant look any other way for its too ions O W IllARD Hit down aud says better times ore near M Eskkidge Directors ly upon u It M Jolly Let them como we say LODIBURG Subscribed and sworn to befare roe by MHBeard Letters received from Miss Mary Moor the 391b day of December 1S96 man exprers her pleasure at belug sur R S Skillman Clerk n CC Henry Caihman vent to Cloverport rounded by so faithful teacheis and com By 1rank Hoard D C Sunday panionable studonla as nre found nt Mack Avllt is at home from Hardlns Logan Female Colli ga She has much burg vlstiug Ids parents native ability which coupled with her DtlVvlV UI Mr and Mrs Sam Kejs have been atudlousneea will soon give her first rank My in her clashes visiting their parents at this place Lewis Ashley asks tho Nuwa for a Is the certainty of fulfillment of Miss Dee llusham contemplates enter Â¬ ing Hardlnsburg Normal College in a namo for his youngest a girl All the each and every one of them other chlldion nine or ten iu number few weeks When you leave your watch He had are boys with me for repairs it is suf Jim Skillman dots not have very good names selected to meeta few masculine the latest young ficient guarantee that you will suc si swarming rabbits ster but when he found it was a girl a have an accurate and reliable Abut r Robertson of McFall Mo is six pouuder ho was so surprised he thus timepiece visiting his parents here He is quite a publicly ask Jils friends to his assist- Â¬ Did it ever occur to you that lively fellow and every one will regret to ance more Watches are ruined by see him return to Mossouri also Forest As these Items are written intelligence incompetent workmen than Albright of Mossouri Is visitiug friends reaches mo of tho death of a dear sisters by actual wear We have hero dear chld Only once since its birth gained the reputation for Some of our young ladies and gentle Â¬ last summer had I been to Custer its miles around for the best men are splendid walkers and they have home but the little one had fouud way work at reasonable prices A been exeicleing themselves this weather to its bachelor uncles heart Brother trial will convince you hut we fear had It been to school they and sister may the tie broken here would not have enjoyed the walk so bind you closer to Him who cau comfort li - LtrTH HIIBWII6 Mi well you In this your first great trouble 4i Â¬ son-in-laÂ¬ Â¬ Jai7iSSj 1 State or KrNTfCKV Co said Si000 or SI Moorman Dean County of Hreckenridge 7000 worth of lumber last week to Louit I A II Skillman Cashier of The Ilreckinridge ville parties Ilank a Iiank located and doing business on Wall Next slierill Dick Owen is looking up street in the city of Cloterpoit in said rou ty voters in tho complete manner of an old being duly snorn says that the foregoing Report is in all respects a true statement of the condilon campaigner ofthe said Ilank at the close of business on the 36th The ice harvest came and visions of day of December 1S96 to the best of his knowledge ice cream and cooling drinks are in next and belief and further says that the busines of laid Rank has been transacted at the location narreil summers distance Dr Burchs wife a bride last summer and not elst where nnd that the above report Is made in compliance with with an official notice reIs dead and was buried Sunday Tho ceived from the Secretary of State designating the MiQuady Dr lives at 36th day of December 1896 as the day on which Miss Hallie Moorman spent three dajs such report shall be made A II Skillman Cashier tn week with her cousin Mrs James IN Dlluv Kincheloe Hardinsburg W II IIohmkr Directors I T Skillman sJjjsse L Owen and son Silver Dick Subscribed and sworn to before me by A II delivered 45 head of cattle to Mr Clark- - Ski lman Cashier the 30th day of December 18 sou at Hardlnsburg last Thursday Chas n Skillman N P R C Sheriff Pate comes dowrtthis week to Commission expires Jan 16th 1900 trouble tho tax payers but much to the QUARTERLY REPORT delight of a certain Rock Vale damsel OF THE Mrs Allen neo Robertson and 1iue band arrived here Wednesday They BANK OF HARDINSBURG will hereafti r live in the country near HARDINSDURO KY here At the close of business on the 36th day of Decern- M E Avitt associate principal of Har ber 1896 dinsburg school was here lest week mak RESOURCES ing a very favorable impri mion upon our Loans and dicounts less loans to iHimmtTf I Promises i U- jHriuiiry r - HEl EDUUAKY 3 1807 BRRGKMmDBi MRfs GLOYKftPORT A KY Invincible Unsurpassable Without a Peer Writes u regular subscriber woh lias read it for many years of the Twice-a-woeissue of tbo k BreckeKridge News WEDNESDAY 1 If Mother Would Liitcn If mother would listen to ine dean She woutd freshen that faded gown She would sometime take an houri rest And sometime a trip to town And It shouldnt be all for the children The fun and the cheer and the play With the patient droop on the tiled mouth And the Mother hit had her day I True mother has had her diy dears When you were her tables three And she stepped about the farm and the house At busy as ever a lee When she rocked you all to sleep dears And sent you all to school And wore herself out and did without And lived by the Golden ltule And so your turn hat cme dears Her hair Is growing white j And her eyes are gaining thtlr far away look That pears bey ond the night One of these days In the morning Mothir will not be here She will fade awiy Into silence The mother so true and dear Then what will you do in the daylight And what in the glowing dim And father tired und lonesome then Tray what will you do for him f If you want to keep your mother You must make her rest to day Must give her a share In the frolic And draw her into the play And II your mother would listen to me dears bhed buy her a gown ol silk With buttons of royal velvet And ruffles as white as milk And shed let you do the trotting While the sat still In her chair That mother should have it hard all through It strikes me isnt fair Margaret U Sangster efit of thoso who lulTer must bo the rule If it be true that as a tnau thinks in his heart so is ho then you will promptly bo found ready to sink individual gain and fame ready to forego the praise ol men ready to seek the greatest good for tho greatest number even if your own personality becomes morged in tho com Â¬ mon effort Cotion Olnners Convention to Discuss the Round Bale STATEMENT FROM LYMAN GAGE I Free Pills Send your address to II E Bucklen Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings New Life rills A trial will conylnco you of their merits These pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious sub- Â¬ stance and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowels great- Â¬ ly invigorate the system Regular size 2oc per bottle Sold by A It Fisher Druggist Would it not bo of advantage to form a what shall I natno it Get Together society Its member Â¬ ship to be made up of those who in divers ways are working for tho uplift of the race Its function to bo a sort ol clearing house ol ideas where those who work give to others tho benefits of their experiencothus economizing the strength that is now wasted and tho damage that is done by thoso who laboriously work out plans for themselves that others have already effectually learned You will say perhaps that this is not feasible be cause each workei will bo on the watch against giving advantage to anyono else You may bo right but if you are you are voicing the deepest protest that fallen humanity can laise against the work Â¬ ers for good Thi poor object of their solicitous attention is pulled one way and then tho othc r until he cries out I would rather go one way wrong than travel twenty difft rent ways to be right If the ability to combine which has been such anotdblo disovery among men a discovery that has led him upward from caves in the earth to our present highly organized civilization if I say this abil- Â¬ ity is to stop short when it comes to mor- Â¬ al effort it were almost better that it had remained undiscovered In your town Â¬ Â¬ it Co Rambling Thoughts BY MEMO Copyrighted A sub soil plow a harrow a roller and a cultivator and all good things in their proper place and time but there are soils in which the deeper you go the more you impoverish your farm and there are stages in plant growth when the use of either a roller or any other implement is agricultural suicide De cause these are facts maintainable against all argument and because bo many hun Â¬ dreds of thousands of my readers are farmers I wish to make these truths the starting point for anoth- Â¬ er Gambling Thought Humanity has from time immemorial been likened to a Held a vineyard c wherein laborers are needed to plow and to harrow to reap and to garner And the call to thrust in as the field is white unto harvest has always found increas- Â¬ ing response since the moment when man firet began to understand that the claims of his neighbor are urgent upon him the moment his own absolute needs have been attended to But enthusiasm in relation to good work has to be combined with common sense it certainly must not be ahead of it or we shall find ourselves embarked in another fateful Childrens Crusade like that of the middle ages Enthusi Â¬ asm alone will sink us into helplessness just as with the rearicg and straining of a mired horse To make amply clear my meaning I will go a little furtlici There is hardly a community in which you will fail to find men and women working for the benefit of their race from the purest motives at the outset But in almost as many communities you will find lines of effort cicssingand recrocs ing one anothor So eager becomes the straining alter statistical pre eminence so many garments made so many hun Â¬ a that gry fed so many souls saved the real object of the humanising work the reaching of human hearts is almost lost to sight in the rush Then here and there some extra enthusiastic one instead of trying or pretending to try to water where others have planted starts his un Â¬ swerving plow or his drastic harrow right over the growing crops and stand ing sheaves of others excusing himself by asset ting that their methods have been wrong Thus he not only undoes the woik of others but he wastes his own strength by doing at an improper time a thing ccentially proper in its owu time and place So while our voices should undoubted- Â¬ ly be raised in strength these clcsing yeais of the century for freedom for all to work as they will Wisdom being justified of her children there is equal need for securing a certain unity of effort eo astq economic i the moral strength ol a neighborhood Eagerness to work is net alone sufficient else wo would praise the child that pulls up corn to see it grow or that tears open allrum to Bee where tho sound comi slrom The human racer looking backward can truly say when I was a child I thought as a child but it is not yet able to say when I be- Â¬ came a man I put away childish things If it could we should see less pettiness Â¬ V V indirectness and stupidity among those who claim to be children of Light and yet grope in tho selfish narrow stages of human developement What then shall be said to your heart this week You need in deep humility to acknowledge to yourself that the stone age has passed when every mans enemy was the very next man he hap pened to meet that the iron age Is pass ing whon men learn the power ol conili- uation but use it for oppression that the Golden Age ia coming when the co- Â¬ operation of those who love for the ben Â¬ better things It that we are passing through our little day on earth All nature is ocal of tint value of combination and of growth by combination all his- Â¬ tory proclaims it and all heights of mor al power and accomplishment are possi Â¬ ble by means of it The continuity of effort ours your Then human lei low begin to thiuk and to prepare for tho generations yet to come who will look for blessings from your hands just Muscular Rheumatism Promptly Relieved as rightfully as you enjoy the blessings Mr J K Holton a well known fur that como from those before you whom dealer of Oxford Pa siys he sometimes you cannot even name suffers with muscular rheumatUm and while having one of the most painful at Not long ago a farmer who lives three tacks he called at W TJ Browns drug miles from hero came toiny store before store and Mr Brown advised hm to try breakfast und bought a bottlo of Cham Â¬ Chamberlains Pain Balm ho did so berlains Cough Itemedy He said their and it gave him immediato relief Pain littlo boy had a bad cold and as they had Balm is a1s3 recommended for rheuma usd what they hnd in the house his wife tism by Mr E V Wheeler of Luthers would not let him goto plow until ho Mills la who has used it and found it came and got another bottle The little to be an excellent romedy If troubled boy who was with him remarked Now witlt rheumatism give it a trial It is I will soon bo woll for Chamberlains certaiu to relieve tho pain as soon as aptoil medicine always cures me It C plied and its continued use will effect a McEmioy Black Hawk Pa In speak Â¬ cure For sale at 25 and 00 cents per ing of this remedy Mr McElroy said peo bottlo by A R Fisher Druggist plo camo from far and wide to his store to get it und many of them would not A Message to Young Men know what to do without it For sale at The nobility of life is work We live 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A It Fish Â¬ in a working world Tho idle and lazy er Druggist mau does not count in the plan or cam- Â¬ My father worked hitherto paign Mr James Robb Under Treatment at Let the text be enough Let I work Evansville for Trichinae your daily wisdom of life bo in making Hanetville Ilaindtaler good uses of the opportunities given you Mr James Robb opposito Tell City in We live In a real and solid and truthful this bounty is a marked victim of world In such a world only tiuth in dread Trichiuu He is now under tieat the long run can hope to prosper There ment of a celebrated physician at Evans- foie avoid lies mere show and sham ville and is likely to pull through but and hollow superficiality of all kinds has had and 1b having a very close call which is at best a painted lie Lot what- Â¬ Some three months ago he was taken ever you are and whatever you do grow with pains in his oins and thighes and out of the firm root of truth and strong the local physician a Tell City Sawbones Never forget Pauls sen soil of reality treated him for rheumatism until the tencolLove is tho fulfilling of law salycitic acid almost destroyed his stom- That is tho steam of tho social niachlno ach then varied the treatment for dys- Do one thing well be a whole man peptic condition and finally left him in as Chancellor Thurlow said do ono a hopeless and almost deftparing state of thing at a time Make clean work health In this condition lie was taken and leave no tags Allow no delays to Evansville where ho has been under while you are at a thing Do it and be the treatment for tho past 30 or 40 dayB done with it Avoid miscellaneous At first his case was thought by the phy Â¬ reading Read nothing that you do not sicians there to have been muscular care to remember ond remember noth rheumatism but after a more thorough ing that you do not mean to use Never knowledge of tho man his habits and desire to appear clever and makt a par Â¬ diet heretofore the tloctor promptly and ade of your talents before men Be emphatically pronounced it that rare honest loving kindly and sympathetic but detlnito difcaje Incliracsls und put in all you say and do Cleverness will him at once under treatment for that flow from you naturally if you have it It is said that he has very decidedly im- Â¬ and applause will como to you uusought proved since tho treatment has been from those who know what to applaud changed but is yet in a Bomewhat criti- Â¬ but the applause of fools is to be shuncal condition Mr Robb is a young man ned John Stuart Hackie of a good family and character and had Why suffer with Coughs Colds and but one habit likoly to lead to the attack of such a disease and that an iuordinte LaGrippe when LaxativkIIhomo Quinine fondness for pork while he was far from will euro you in one day Does not pro- Â¬ particular as t the degree of its cooking duce tho ringing in the head like SulIt is not known that the meat grown on phate of Quinine Put up In tablets con- Â¬ his fathers farm or those ol his neighbors venient for taking Guaranteed to cure Price 25 Cents where he ate exclusively was from pork Â¬ or money refunded ers at any time or to any degree afflicted For sale by A R Fisher with Lichicie nor indeed had any dis In the Bight Spirit ease of the swine of the neighborhood Georgetown Times Â¬ and show itself further than an occasionIhe Democratic County Committee al and Sporadic attack of what local vet erinarys pronounced hog cholera and j Woodford county in arranging for a the fact taken witlt their pronounced primary election to nominate candidates for comity oflicesresolved that all known csbo of human Trlclilnio seems likely to possessing other legil qualifilead to tho conviction that some cases of Democrats cations should be permitted to take part cholera were no more nor less than in the Bame Believing that tho best acute Trichina interests of the people of the State are A doso that Is always seasonable is a bound up in the Democratic party and dose of Simmons Liver Regulator the recognizing the fact that Democratic It keeps control in local affairs is t ssanthl to the King of Liver Medicines Â¬ the liver activo the bowels regular pre- Â¬ public welfare they urge upon all Dempromotes digestÂ¬ ocrats regardless of differences of opinvents Blliousntsi and I ion upon questions of national policy In fact helps keep you well ion effects in families to unite in the selection ol good men have watched its where I have practiced and find it ad for the several offices to be filled This mirable both alterative and tonic iu its would seem to be the proper action if it is desirod to unite the party fir future Dr T W Mason Macon Ga action service Its concllitory spirit U in strik- Â¬ ing contrast with tint action taken in Art Idols some other counties by thoso who are of the the The ninth number of this expenslvo charged withparty management purpose If it is the affairs ol t he publication is now ready As this Art to disrupt the Democratic party perma- Â¬ work is issued quarterly the reader will nently tills can be best accomplished remember its publication began at n by reading men out of ttio party Ostra- Â¬ presumption will do the work time when the nudo In Art was a rage cism and order in short But like ail things the good die young A Correction but the best remain The plates in each number are loose so one can frame them Ind Editor Bbkckbnkidob Rome The iUm concerning the death Size 11x14 Inches Number nine which Nkws weeks issue of your Is now ready contains six plates as fol Â¬ of father In the last erroneous iilatemeut paper contained an Venus In The Woods Coquett about the estimated value of his estate lows erle Floreal A Daughter Of Eve Nature being worth so very much Please co- Â¬ And Art The price iu 1 a coppy For rrectIt is considerable less than 120000 Yours Truly sale by Jno D Babbage newsdealer II li EciUNK Ky Oloverport is not for nothing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ But I am V persuaded Tho Manufacturers Record of this week in discussing the need of better handling for cotton says A call tins been issued I r a convention of tho cotton growers of Texas in Waco on January 25 1SU7 forllio pur Â¬ pose of organizing a State Uinneis Asso ciation and to consider tho effect the round bales stem will have upon tho ginning business and other subjects of minor Importance The call in signed by Charles Bainsterof Waco and eleven other glnners of Central Texas This will wo believe bo tho Hist gath ering of glnners called for tho purpose of discussing the intlueno of the cylindrical baling system upon the present methods of ginning and coinpretslng Tho Manufacturers Record has followed tills new baling system closely since the establishment of tho first experimental plant two or three years ago and it is inclined to accept the opinion that it will mark as treat a change in cotton handling as the harvester and self binder made iu wheat bnrvt sting For years the need of better handling and better baling of cotton has been realized but no improvement lias come in sight except the round bale If that can be malo to fulfill the claims of tho people interested in bringing it before the pubic a long step will have been made towards giving tho cotton handling tho benefit of advanced modem methods So far everything seems to indicate that this system is a complete success and should this prove to bo true tlto South will necessarily adjust itself to a change that will mean an enormous saving as compared with the wasteful methods of the present Every improvement iu cotton handling and every decieaso in the cost of ginuing compressing insur Â¬ ance and transportation strengthen the Souths control of the worlds cotton mar- ketf and in ail their wide rumillcations finally inure to the benefit of tho grower and thus to the benetlt of the whole South Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cures talk In favor ot Hoods Bnrsnpnrllla as for no other medi cine IUgrent cures recorded In His Political Affiliations and Tariff convincing language of grateful truthful men and Attitudo Set Forth women constitute Its most effective ad- Â¬ vertising Many of theso cures nro mar- Â¬ velous They havo won the confldcnco of Chicago I Mi January The fol tho pcoplo have given Hoods Barsapa lowing was given out this afternoon rllla tho largest sales In tho world and In view of statements and queries havo mado necessary for its manufacturo now current in tho public press relating tho greatest laboratory on earth Hoods to my name in connection with tho sec Â¬ Sarsaparlllala known by tbo cures it has retaryship ol the treasury I deem it mado cures ot scrofula salt rheum and eczema cures ot rheumatism neuralgia proper to say 1 That I havo not been tendered the and weak nerves cures of dyspepsia liver troubles catarrh cures which provo appointment to that position 2 Should that office bo tendered to me I should not feci at liberty todecliuo Will Accept the Treasury Portfolio When It Is Formally TenÂ¬ Cures dered Him Talk Â¬ St Louis Globe Democrat and tins is the unanimou verdict of its moro tliaiHialf a million readers It is beyond all comparison Â¬ it If Mr McKlnley is considering my natno in connection with tlte treasÂ¬ ury portfolio but shall llnaly determino upon some other man for that high office Is tlio best In fact the One True Blood Purifier I shall feel no sense ol disappointment cure liver ills easy to i or chagrin but shall congratulate my Â¬ nOOCl S PlllS take easy to migrate tec self that personal sacrifice in many di What is Newt rections is not required of me The definition usually given to tills Lyman J Gaok word in defining dictionaries is not January 23 1897 completo according to the construction In relation to his political affiliations placed upon the word by thoso who Hoods Sarsaparilla u Â¬ Mr Gage said I am a Democrat intlie sees that I believe in a goverment of tho people for the people and by the people 1 do not believe in paternalism in government As to parties I have nover voted any other than a Republican ticket except once and that was in 1881 when 1 voted for Grover Cleveland I voted for Har risoa in 18J2 and of course for MrKiu ley in ISJO Tho platform of the last Republican National Convention embod Â¬ ies my political ideas as applied to the issues then and now before the counÂ¬ try Some doubt has been expressed as to your view of the tariffquestion There should be none Theoretical- Â¬ ly I would liketohave the world bo or Â¬ dered that any man might trade his commodities at will with any man of any other country But wo nro not quite ready fur the milleuuiura In tho words It is a condi- Â¬ of President Cleveland tion not a theory which confronts us Revenue is necessary for tho conduct of the government Luder the Constitu- Â¬ tion revenue can not be raised by direct taxation We are obliged there ore to resort to indirect taxation and no form ol indirect taxation is more practical or less burdenssmo titan the imposition of This taxa duties on foreigu pro lucls tion should be so ordered however as breed trusts not to foster monopolies Or favor the few at the exponBO of the mauy I do not kuow if I can express my ideas more clearly than by saying that I believe in raising the revenue by custom dues so levied as to promote the general welfare by equalizing the difference between American and foreigu la bor Tito protection of American labor from the degradation to the wage level of other lands is certainly most desir Â¬ able The question of schedules Is a practical question as is well said by the St Louis platform to he governed by the conditions of the time ami product- Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve ion Witli that platform I say too that The Heat Salvk in the world for Cuts tho country demands a right sjttlement Ilruises Sores Ulcers Salt itheuin Ke aud then it wants rest ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil blains Corns aud all Skin Eruptions Life A Reminder of Army and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ Mr Lou Smith Editor of the Commer- quired It is guaranteed to give perfect A chronic cial MeyeisJale Pa says sitisfaction or money refunded Price diarrhea that returns at frequent inter Â¬ 25 cents per box Fon Saib iiv A It vals as a reminder of army life has been Fisher more effectuully controlled by Chamber Â¬ lains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhea Rem Â¬ edy than any other 1 have ever used It For sale by A R poeseEses true raorit Fisher Druggist INCOHIOIIATEI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ havo the selection and publication o news According to the books any freslt information in regard to recent occurrences is news No allow anco is made for tho importance of the events or the interest the readers take in the evenls or persons to which the information relates Mauy a man hitches up his surrey aud drives around town or to church on Sunday and the statement of such n fact while true aud fresh would pas as news under tho general definition yet the item would not in nil cases pass for news under the eye of the practical editor William McKlnley many times in years past walked or drove about the streets but that was not news But when Can Â¬ didate or President elect McKinley walks or drives or takes a nap the fact is pub- Â¬ lished and it is news became it is n matter of interest to the public Me Kinleys acts as a private citiz n were ot no special interest or importance to the public The acts of an official in whom all are interested are altogether different Emerson says- that tho la of our minds requires that some man of far oir times shall have such a col lossal figure that It is worth recording for all ages that ho rose up aud gird ing his loins went somewhere We are just as much interested in the everyday life of great men as we are in their official acts How eagerly are the details of the life of Napoleon Washington or Lincoln sought for by biographers Kvcry ono wants to know tlte mau in nil his ways Aud this ac counts for tho popularity of the dialect story and the fiction that lays bare the heart and life of oven tiie commonest people So to the ordinary definition of news we should add that the information must bo of interest to tho readers Country Publisher Â¬ tbo biggest best and cbeapest national news and family Journal published in America It is strictly Republican in politics but it is above all ka 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 noMho time to read a largo Daily paper while its groat varie ty of wcl selected reading matter makes it an invaluable Home Â¬ and Family Paper TWO PAPERS EVERY WEEK EIGHT PAGES EACH TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ONE DOLLAR FOR ONE YEAR SAMPLE COPIES FREE GLOBE PRINTING CO ST LOUIS MO A Decayed Tooth Is tho emisn of much annovannn in tlin winfpr time Catch cold in it neuralgia toothache feel mean with the world Better havo us patch it up others might suggest to havo it Do a neat job filled with goldsilver pulled or alumnium With approved science at our command tho operation will not pain you Would you rather suffer the Jiangs of neu ralgia or suffer the payment of 81 for a neat filling gold will cost more Â¬ HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of tho finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant Now Velvet Carpet Adorn tho Floors of Bed rooms Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Decorated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont a superior in the South rate of charges considered Â¬ Over 10000 havo been expended in this recent improvement RATES 82 AND 250 PER DAY W Scott Miller Jr Manager GOLDEN RULE Independent Tobacco Warehouse W B TATE CO 150 per hhd and 1 Southeast Cor of Twelfth ft Main LOUISVILLE KY Selling Fee Reduced to WheelTobaccoOo per cent Commission The Greenback Question In a Nutshell The New York World essays to put tho greenback question iu a nutshell It says the Government has outstanding demand notes which cnll for SIMoOOOOOO in gold that it must reitsue them and pay each time they are presented iu gold and that raids on the gold rtsjrve can be unscrupulous finan- Â¬ made whenever Therefore it ciers feel so inclined echoes the cry for tho retirement of the Why not rather go for greenbacks Rockport Ship your tobacco to the Wheel Tobacco Co tlte only tobacco firm that is co- Â¬ operative Kvery one who ships us Ave hogsheads becomes a member of the company and shares iu all future profits Dont be fooled by agents false promises rebates and big prices We charge lees than ever before our regular fees have been reduced from fifty cents to one dollar per hogshead to suit tho low prices now being paid You will get tho best attention overy hogshead is handled with tho greatest care and no rJction We will re Â¬ iiuUsh actually necessary mit by check or registered letter Office and sales room South east corner of Main and ILih streets Louisville Ky Mark your hogsheads Â¬ Â¬ THE Saw Works Repairs Saws of All Kinds Particular nttention given lo repairing large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Spdclaliy Kvery Saw tested by eteam yillflMHWatfs jAf Is It unscrupulous flnauciers the not they rather than the system who It is not true make all the trouble that tho Governments outstanding de Â¬ mand notes call for gold They call for The law providing for the reis Â¬ dollard sue of greenbacks did not contemplate a gold raid It treated greenbacks sliuplv as current money to be received and paid out as tho Government and individ- Â¬ The uals do other currency money greenback Is gilt edged money with the people who do not ink for its redempt ion in gold or auythiug es i It can not be displaced without issuing an luteroU bearint currency Would it not be better to make tho performances of the un scrupulous financiers odious The hon Â¬ est peopo are not asking for gold in ex chango for greenbacks Cincinnati En Â¬ quirer Â¬ before it leaves the ahop Every Saw warranted Workmanship the very best Prices lower than any shop in America Mark your name on Saws aud send a letter of advice as to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS UOOKPOKT INI WHEEL TOBAOOOOO WM lmiOK Secy BOOK KEEPING SHOHT HAHD TELE0EAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC LOUISVILLE KY Safety Comfort f SJ 0ZM srsoa7JesrSMnWtZL STRATTON Louisville and Evansville Who desires to better his or her condition in life should writo for tho Oataloguo of tho NBRVBLIPB Packet Line Fait Mill Line Between BRYANT No 400 THinD BTHEET IOUIBVII1IE KY JT BtgSE rttfiS s fs J 1NX aVv ureal KisTORni Rostoros jtfcct neaui L ir ami manhood mU re moves all obsta Louisville and Evansville STEAMEUS r U i cS iwXx nervous entire svstitn and stop all vita losses Re moves effects of the of youth und ex sins iessc 1 of lator years Romovos all effecu of dissipation ami re tmlrs all wasto placet Curos Insomnia rnr lector os refreslliia sleep Curoa Iru poioiicu and restorer cles to marriage y1 Vf flostoroa the E F M G ItAGON W A Dlibrp Punier OWB1T T PICKETT - TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE Co C A Bridges oiias a wg f ltyan Matter iMioriurToii TARASCON I L lmiDQKS imiDQKS Cor Eighth and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY Penny Matter L T Conner Purser MiilLiU H It UallarJ Matter W Dili Nenbell II FOUR MONTHS STORAGE iFREE l uner Cseasci nd rvifre davdoiiiticnt to all parts of tho bwly NERVE LIFE I tbo only purs scientific treatment ami ufTmila relief trou lUellrnt itayu use It reinoes tie canst and nsltU nature to effect a euro Cue gturuniecil Specltl iti9HurttorhT3iluiu tunip Stai SIX fill vital power iJI wasltni Cures P D STAGGS jf RATES Tht matt tntr Hu locti Matixxi iu I free In pla o stair U- Oiritv tret Hie on Vtsrvous lWates mailed unit lucver 1 mapper for two 2 cent U nlloii iha Trltl Trcntmtot mi H Convinced Ut Dally except Saturday between Loultvllle and Hew Amsterdam Freight thlppej by thli line dellrered nulck er than by rail Trafelen will find tbe tteameri aroutur patted In equipment and accommodations The beit culinary are employed at cooks and tbe menu It equal to that of the belt hoteli General olllcei 176 a d 178 4th Avenue LouliTilte NERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO KAlMtZOO MICH DIi PENNY Supt WWUITI Prei V 4 8 THRBRHOKENRIDGE NKS GLOVEXRFORa KY winks ns thmigli something amazingly funny hnd just happened or wns on tho tdgu of happouitig Whats tho laugh about ho nfked of tho man next him That person hard ly turned tho head His oyes wero glued to tho big toad nnd tho moving cloud of fresh dust that proclaimed n now nrriv nl Ono miiiuto Jnck looked too Then ho started and sworo under his breath for out of tho dust cloud enmo first Mr Topmnrkfl high trotting bay liorso next his now buggy shining still with gloss of tho shop last of nil Mr Topmark himself with Hob McGregor besido Â¬ rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CorVRKllIT 1696 11 Y By Martha McCulloch Williams Usems bo Hob TIIK AltllOR AS CAUSE AtiD EFFE6L to nn CONTINUED Why yon old ma you hnd flxcd it always I know slio ciinno- mean any wouldnt novcr talk tor him no hnrm by tho things sho says that sound hat Tlrst T3tilfirTacKvos too ill torn It is quoted from a prominent writer upon economic subjects more I listened at tlio door nil heard so rudo an joy tho day sho could not think of drag Headaches and Bowel Trouble In making your guess It is not necessary to write out the full Jack supplemented ns ging him tliraugh tho boot Truthful you Was thnt jest n Ho tor puclfjr lior I havo been a sufferer for a long timo sentence simply write My guess for missing word for MARCH You nrn right Sho orbout your lcnviu us oil tlio work tor tho other paused I Jack out short her protestations with headacho and bowel trouble and I do Nina naked from tlio door whoro does mean no harm Sho has grown up am well enough A littlo he said aso had nervous prostration In March sho stood watching tlio road from Lu nt her fathers elbow Sho has his ideas overstrained maybe tills 1b tlio anxious 1895 1 began taking Hoods Sarsaparllla ray Alico niado n dart at hur and in everything especially in honor It is timo about tho crop you know but pitiful to seo what weight sho carries staying nt homo is tho Inst thing I enro and Hoods Pills and these medicines pinched her sharply crying out Oh I Thero must bo a chniigo fooh oud and to do I must bo at something nil tho Will you shut up madam havo relieved my headaches and havo when it comes can I count on your timo so I shall uot havo lelBiiro to worlinvo tlio grcntcst mind to iniiko mom done mo more good than anything elso I niorscnd you to Aunt Pink Grahams standing her friend no matter what it ry A havo over taken Mrs Domrr an niako you fetuy thcro till nfter tliu may be PUBLISHED AT ATLANTA GA Whoever thought ofyourbcin nerv Brooks Sta Ky big meet in You aro just so iuirniddit Of courso you can Miss Wiufold ous an lidgety like that Mlas Winfold -vIN CONNECTION WITH echoed then shifted tho talk ro brightan frisky thems no llvin with you Mommer is I know an returned Hoods Vium aro the only Pills to take ly and skillfully that in u littlo whilo Uncle Ben hes ju t tho dearest old Ni You mean no livin with you with Hoods Sarsaparllla nn snnrled back sticking n pin in her Jack hnd taken tho further plunge of grumble nil tho timo I By tho war I sisters plump arm As that model nuking if ho might hopn to tako her to wouder Isnt it just too ridiculous young person sot up n howl Mrs Win church upon tho morrow The New Secretary of The Treasury tho way hos mnkin n show of himself How I wish I could say yes right nu poor Aunt Louizy not two mouths in fold interposed but Nina sprang away Globe Democrat AT THE EXTREMELY O Miss Winfold returned airily planted her back against tlio door and off her grave The selection of Lyman J Gago to be UU LOW PRICE OF You all hotter leiimio But oh I darent not without usklu said defiantly It is natural perhaps Jack said Secretary of tho Treasury will give gen- Â¬ louo Ef you dout Ill go tor Aunt mommor Shus lot us flx to go but wo breathing hard Most men I hoar it eral satisfaction to tho country To the And send your guess with it and we will forward all foi you and thus Pink s my own solf im tell her how wont know until night whether or no said bury their wits witli their wives people of the West no other banker Is so liioinmer inado mo join tlio Bapthes thcro is prenchinnt her church If thero Yes they seem to Miss Winfold well known and to those of the United Give You a Chance to Make Good Money t You know said clambering heavily into tho buggy whou I professed causa Aunt Pinks a is I may liavo to go thero States at large none is better known Baptis an niommcr thought mayby ef what n Baptist sho is nn how strict they Somo way the sight recalled to him I was too Id git nioro money when arc Maybe youll bo glad if I do liavo Hobs light lift from tho impulse of his For manv years past he has been a reo sho died Ill tell her too how it was to go I liulf believe you liavo asked mo hand her dainty way of settling herself ognizjd authority on monetary ifeues THE CONSTITUTION guarantees that the amount of the award Al wasut let go tcr tho moiiers bench just becaueo you wero sorry not that in exactly tho right placo besido him No man in the country it is safe to say will not be less than 500 in Cash and it may be as much as 2000 that timo sho was under scch hard con- you roally want mo her eager coaxing eyes as sho hold out has bettor knowledge of the entire Of her hands for tho reins saying witli It will be 10 per cent of all subscriptions that we and all the viction What nonseiifol Jack said Twas cause cf sho had relifinance question in its broader aspects gion an couldnt danco mommcr was courso I um sorry for myself to think I soft mischief other clubbing papers with The Constitution secure for the months of Tho useful Brvlce rendered to tho right shoro sho couldnt never cut Hob havo eo fow chances of taking you about Jack do bo a good fellow Lot mo If the subscriptions keep up with the record of country by Hugh McCulloch another January and February McGregor out with Jack Talbot I be and making you behavo for n wholo show you how theso horses ought to be If the subliovo JiobU git him in spite of nil your day practical banker In tho Lincoln Johnson last year the sum to be given will Exceed 2000 cash driven Of courso I know ever so much As he said it ho leaned n thought to lyin Iro a great mind ter go thero and Arthur administrations will bo scriptions arc doubled as they were in January just past The Consti- Â¬ batter than you People always do you right now an tell her no matter what ward her a lazy laugh in his eyes Miss soo about things that they havo no conIf equaled It is reasonable to suppose by tution will pay out about 3000 in cash premiums in this contest you said it wnnt so Winfold answered it with a sin ilo that cern with When I sot up for a philoso that of Mr Gage In the McKinley Cab- more than one person name the proper word the amount will be equally Xinal Oh you littlo wrotchl Mis Allowed nil her pretty teeth Sho had pher I shall ono of theso days I mean inet divided between them Wiufold and Iht mother scteeched in hnrdly over looked so well ns nt that to givo my wholo mind to discovering concert But Nina only laughed more precise minute As Jacks faco camo yet what it is that makes tho wisdom of in Tha Weekly Constitution is the Greatest Weekly Newspapor in the World Spoke for Himself You wouldnt closer sho gavolilm a dainty fillip across experience so very very wiso tauntingly than over with a circulation of 1 56000 It covers the whole world in its news From Tld lllW cry cf you could seo yourself Al she tho cheek saying lightly Ah ha Mr Then of courso he hud let her drivo service and covers the news of the United States in minute detail with Paw said Tommy Tucker said nodding judicially Lord your Impertinence You nro tho ono that bci fill delighting no less than herself am I 12 pages 7 columns to the page 84 Columns Every Week noso looks liko a bumblybeo had stung needs to bo kept in order descended from the monkey Not in her kuowledgo of all tho finer nico AS A NKWSlAIEU The Weekly Constitution lias no equal in America I lis news it on botli sides Do stop I aint really Think i o Jack retorted kissing points She knew and loved horses as on my side of tho house replied Mr reports coer llie world nml Its correspondents anil agents are to be found in almost every anxious tcr stop you from marry in Jack her outright Sho drow away witli a woll ns himself Up to tlireo years back Tucker with much sensitiveness liniliuick in the Southern and Western Stales Tho Lord knows I wish youd marry feint of pouting but to tho most casual eho had had tho best mount in tho counAS A MAGAZINE It prints more such matter as is ordinarily found in the great most anybody so I could liuvo a chanco eye it was plain sho was not displeased ty Nothing thero could givo dust to nngaines of the country than can he gotten from cen the best of them at things But why aint you liko Un and that lie albeit far from a shy youth Lightlady the Lightfoot maro out of AS AN KDUCATOU His a schoolhouse within itself and a jcars reading of THE do Ben Senco ho foil in lovo hos all was far and away tho moro embarrassed Bonnybcl that Hob had broken uud CONSTITUTION is n liberal education to anyone smiles an candy I git all I can cat of tho two Ho sent tho horces along at trained herself into a pattern of equine AS A l UIEM AND COMPANION It brings cheer and cemfort to the fireside every Enough For all the Winter Evenings week is eagerly sought by the children contains valuable information for the mother and is n mad rate keeping silence till tho virtues whenuver I see him A thief had como in tho night an encyclopedia of instruction for every member of the household Bo btop cryin Alice Mrs Win town spirescamo in sight Then ho said and stolen her from tho pasture wliero ITS fold said fretfully Miss Alico I I oh hang sho ran at grass Hob had got wliito and Dont spoil your humbly TOWN TOPIGS ZLrte America SlECIAl FEATURES Arc such as are not to Le found in any other papei in fortuuo liko I did Ef I hadnt got so it all Im a cad an idiot but but breathless a minute when tlio certainty KIFTLEN cents in 208 5th Ave N V HIE FARM AND FARMERS DEPARTMENT stamps nny one of mad I cried myt clf right ugly you plenso forgive me Im not qui to mysolf of loss camo to her then broken into a thn following prlro nnvels Two HUNIiRnD THE WOMANS DEPARTMENT AND Fim RIX paKt H ri Rular price FIFTY neednt of had Wiufold for your father today laugh saying as her color camo bnck THE CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT cts for FirrY corns nny FOUlt for ONK Why Jack what can yon ho tnlkin IXincl Trinket was waitiu on mo then Are all under able direction and are specially attractive to those to whom these departments Tho fellow should bo ashamed of DOILAIlnny TKN for ONE DnLLAIl AND Ho win coiuin that day an ho nover about Miss Winfold returned her himself AHA IF tlio n hole lllirnry oftilXTEUN volumes Sal ate addrritctl No artistic liorso thief would 6 TI1E PALE Or A KOUL By a M 8 Me- como afterwards Ive told brother often eye full of large innocent wonder over havo demeaned himself to tako any LET U IV YDJl SU1331IPTI0H AT ONCE ho owed mo n heap Though Jack had a wretched day of thing so ridiculously oasy but if ho had 7 TIIE COUSIN Or THE KINO Twas him set mo DyASVau Nestrum oil hiwliu tollin mo iiow tired ho was it cooling his heels about town whilo good tasto in liorscllesh Lightlady was 8 SI MONTHS IN HADES By Clarice I cilnjnnin er stein mo erouiid an savin for Gods ho waited Miss Winfolds pleasure it temptation Nothing in the state had A id with it your guess for the guess must in every case ac- O THK HKIUTS By Captain Or CHANCE hake not tir let Trinket find out what a thero was no trace of it in his faco when better blood or action Alfrwl honirwnn mpany tha yearly subscription sent in You cannot do with- If he was in a 10 ANlltuNV KEN I IlrClmrlesRtoliMWaynn OH my cf thin nint jest the rlihcst temper I had as ef I er anybody could ho sat nt tho Winfold supper table chat strait ho choso well No doubt 11 AN ECLIPHE OF VIUTl E Bj tluuiiiluu its awout your local newspaper and you cannot do without a great thlmjl help tho tempers they win born with ting with tlio family Ho was a just fully unprincipled to say it but if ho was 13 AN UNIEAKAIITE RII1EN ByJolin Gllllit general newspaper in touch with vour section We cover tlw But anyway I lot Triokot ilo jest clean minded fellow chivalrio almost in danger I forgive him and hope ho got orous nnd hearty indeed noiso of thorn U 1IIAT DIIEADFUE WOMAN D HaroM It penetrated tho church itself wliero tho lt A deaL IN DENVER By Gilmer McKen- local demand to tho degreo of quixotry THE CONSTITUTION covers the world Tlio Win couldnt nbido ugly women If you away rtrop women young aud old sat us eagerly 15 TWIY Then I dont ten liov ho ever riimo folds ho had leflccted wero blameless are already a subscriber to our paper and want The Constitution SAYS OLADYa By David Cbrlstl You shall Nover mind daughter Mnrrav near you Mis i Wiufold Ktid biting in tho derangement of his plans They havo a better titan Lightlady ns soon us at gossip send us Sioo and along with it your guess in the missing word VEIIV Teddy Barton was at church tho cen- 16 A Blckfnnl nEMAEKABLE OIEL By L II her Jips But Ji- heard all that fiOOO had known nothing of tliem They could ever Jack can find it for you Mr Mc 17 A MAllIlIAQE FOE HATE By Harold It contest Wc will forward same and duly record your guess times before I ili you would chut not suspect under wliit duress ho was Gregor had said and Hob had flung up ter of n group nearest tho roadway fitTPHtm By T C Da lon up Im glad you didnt get Trinket held Besides it was part of the amends her hands saying with a mischievous Toddy was beautiful to behold as ho W nnt OF THE MAN lly Champion lilsi ll 9 1 HE ttnnva CLOSES MARCH I 1897 got up regardless oven if ho was rich iiuliiidheiisii enough owed tho dear mammy to do her bidding i TIIE HUNT FOU HAlIINtJ By Anita THE CJIinST laugh Daddy do you mean thut Oh himself phrased it Vlvantl Chartrp to dio an let his children enjoy tlio joyously as though it was no task It you cantl Surely youll let mo chooso His wliito linen suit was stiff and spot Â¬ 11 HEll STIIANQE EXPERIMENT By Harold It Vynnf Send us your money and get both papers one year and per- Â¬ less money Money aint everything not made his heart sink to know ho could my own saddle liorso Remember I may by aand accented to dazzling splendor tSS Indicate by tbe numbers the novels yon want sky blue necktie and bright red quite Somebody siirt onco before Colo not possibly seo Hob alono for another ono day hovo to chooso haps get enough money to clear you of debt or buy you a good it socks abundantly visiblo above low nel Talbot Jack had butter court wholo day All tho same when ho got home Now is the time to subscribe Jack had broken in wliito shoos His straw hat too had a Husband Mumo Tmket Shu had such a lot of up to leave ho reminded Miss Winfold laughing over tlio facosliamndo though flamboyant ribbon of red wliito und money Ye And tho colonel said that sho had not told him about tho sho ran on as though he had not spoken Address all orders to bluo Ho swung it nhovo his head aud sho was a very nicu girl but ho would morrow person to inherit my vnst estate a deep bow as Jack drovo past not want any money m liis family that Mommer must toll youMiis Win What will you do then if you cannot made had tho taint of Murrells gang back of fold said blushing hut too faintly to trust mo now You know people nlwnys with Miss Winfold at his olbow then nudged his noxt neighbor aud broko into it An though ho said ho didnt know bo unbecoming show the best side of themselves and Ky it for truth that ManioTriskets grand Jack shook his head I hato to say liko my daddy I never look under tho n paroxysuiul laugh gasping out as ho writhed father was a poor wliito nn got rich i o it lioprotestod but I bolievoyou uro surface Oh my ef this aint jest tho richest all at onco folks couldnt help hut think tryiug to get rid of mo ho you can go Yet you would venture upon a liorso thing Never did sea scch or flgger ho was in with tho old robber with somo other fellow Jack had said lifting his oyes danced at big mcctin bofo trade Why its V Ive heard nil that too Mrs Win Jest listen at him I Mrs Winfold coiumiseratiiigly when you know that l7 I j I jB fold said stiflly Niiia do you reckon said with a smile that showed nil her oven my father tlio honestest man alive reglar ladies cliango HiP AJ Zt The First of American Newspa- Â¬ wo can li vo at homo ef Tuck should hnp What can ho mean Miss Wiufold yellow teeth It makes mo laugh admits that trading horses is n mighty 4AJ ff jFlllitt nsked nodding toward Toddy pun not ter como Jack The idearl As of I wouldnt an strain on sncli qualities In fact somepers CHARLES A DANA Editor Who knows or cares Well hardly Jack nn Nina said with an Alico wouldnt bo jest too glad tor havo times say when ho comes homo with a Nothing I sworcd almost sharply accent of aggravating conviction But her go with you wherever sho goes at beast twice tho ono ho rodo thero ho is Put on your thick bluo all Though thars prcachin at our away worth about doubts if tho strain is daro say Wo both know that to call I havo my The American Constitution the Teddy a fool is to flatter him veil Al nn do behavo your prettiest church sho may go with you ter tho not a littlo ton much oven for him Louisville HendertonSSl Louis RyCo Why how sharp you uro I didnt But la ef you do ropo Jack in I caint Metliodis meetm nn thanky inter tho American Idea the American Spirit I will Shut up Rob had cried Miss help but bo sorry fer him bargain Not that I dout believe tho uot listen to treason not against Colonel know you wero over sarcastic These first last and all the time Wiutold said with an engaging Bin ilo Ef you aint tho very best boy in Baptis doctriug jest as strong as over Talbot If it was his sou now but I I If you say such tilings often I shall tlio world Mrs Wiufold said a littlo but other seas havo got religion yes forever wont bo personal You soo I havo later shaking Jacks hand I do hope real religion Your mother now is taken tho colonels judgment and ho begin to bo afraid of you May Co Taking- Effect Â¬ Hob McDally by mall - - That is it this aint no trouble My poor child has Metliodis nn thnr aint no better worn 6 a year says Bonnybels now littlo colt is finer Gregor Jack quotation from CANNELTON IND Daily and Sunday by mail said leou moat cryin So afraid it might be an nowiiero At 600 oelek A U Sandaj Dec 27 18S6 8 a year than silk and going to bo handsomer Alico smiled and nodded I thought But I said you was too much liko your Thank you mnam thero is not thun Lightlady So I shall train it up it sounded liko her sho said But Wilt Bound Traint good mother ter mind doiu littlo Jack said with n bow Bound Train dear Eait So I may call tho way it should go and ridn Bonny dont you think it is woll at least im Â¬ things fer us that havent got nobody it settled that you go witli mo Miss in until her baby is bridlewUe bol prudent for a girl to talk thut way rightly tor call on Alico Bo suro you dont play mo false Mall A Mall Thero tho matter had rested All tho Eipra Hxpra STATIONS Expra Kxpr In general yes Jack Jack muttered something hardly ar And now good night nil talk camo back to young Talbot us ho making to rein in his horsesanswerod not far Dally Dally ticulato and sat down nervously twirl A very littlo later ho was driving LOUISVILLE KY Feb i 1887 Dally Dally gathered up his reins and sent tlio sor- Â¬ from tho womens door of tho church iug his straw hut Miss Wiufold trot homo not furiously but witli slack 6 30pm SUOim IvUan utar 12 45pm 7 63 o Shipper should mark all packages plainly is the greatest Sunday Newspaper rels away nt a slapping pace Even if 812 Kentucky St 12 30 but in this especial casa I do not see 6 45 743 ted in demuro in n thick veil whoso reins his head baro to tho soft cool she had asked it ho was fur too wiso to 7 23 8 45 with shippers nam and poit oHoe address Wen Point 11 65am 7C4 in the world ineslies however could not hido her night Somehow it reminded him of risk Miss Winfolds hoavy hand over how ono could refrain from speaking 8 48 12i Howard lfl 71 BUTTER 8 50 7 37 Wlllowdale onos mind 1143 beaming smilu as bIio usked after dear Hobs hand so light so vital so full thorn Intelligently doolie thocreaturca 63 Choice country 11 741 1J Price 5c a copy By mall 2 a year ltock Haven 1137 Mi 6 47 Oh I hopo Rob will bo hero today Mrs Talbot of thrilling rest Ho loved her ah U04 710 Long Branch 1130 Medium 8 wero full of subtlo and sympathetic fire 10 641 916 7oJ Brandenburg 11 22 how ho loved her If Alico Winfold Thoy knew nn alien touch aud resented Miss Winfold said enthusiastically It 8 08 9 IS I most jealous of yourmothcr Jack 6K1 AddreaK THE SUN New Yorlt Creamery 17 20 11 U Kkron 6 ffl xaaa I bcliovo Alico loves her moroii sho would but staud friend to them ho it mightily But for Hob they did tlioir is bo sweet an touchiu to see her liov 9 3d 11 U 813 Guaton 618 Fresh crin around nu watchin over her dear 8 21 1J might hope to bring his mother around does mo 941 Irvlngton Mrs Winfold chirped 1055 6 IU bostjnoving witbjsmooth skimming old father What a pity they 8 32 9 48 FEATUKH8 10411 Webater 557 trouble Nina smothered u gigglo uud gasped That meant very much Hob Jin knew 8 40 9 56 I odlburg 1037 fiiy 40 Prime white goese themselves ulwuys to bring such a big 8 47 well would nover enter his family any out Woll that aint burprisin 1013 Pierce 10 19 0 42 26 Miied 8 Sauiple 10 24 617 dinner Lota of people everybody in II 62 1007 Oh pshaw I Whutlmvolsaid Mrs mans family that did not give her cor Old 16 10 15 00 Stephemport 1015 Wharfmasters 510 Steamboat Agent We wish to caution all useis of Simmons No ldaok fait would bo so glad to have their 9 04 1020 26 Winfold exclaimed in affected conf usion dial welcome It was that most likoly 10 08 Addlion 6 2V 1022 POULTRY 9 07 10 05 Holt company 5 23 Nothing out of taste I inn sunt that had lain buck of her renulso of Liver Regulator on a subject of the deepest CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY 1035 9 20 Cloverport 9 62 Hens per lb 5 14 611 You forget tho McGregor habit of Come Miss Alice Jack returned him It wai hard but somo way so interest and importance to their health 9 23 Shops M1 I0S Slut Spring Chickens per dot 6W fa Local Agents 10 44 peruana their lives The sola nronrietors 9 33 Sklllman 9 3f hospitality 4 5T Jack said half smiling Uud wo not better bo going blind is young love hcrobstinatoprido Duoks per lb 7 a8 1060 945 VCil 4 47 Ilawetvlllc and Tho old gentleman has fow pleasures Yes I liavo got to buy n upw hat seemed to him tho finest heroism Ueese per dos It learn makers of Simmons Liver Regulator 1107 951 Petrle 40 918 4765 00 Homestead Fertilizer Company and that customers are often deceived by One of tho greatest is to know his own 1113 9 58 POTATOES Falcon 4 31 912 nn that docs tako o long Miss Wiuwas lovo or nothing with her No bufStandard Oil Company Icwlport 40 902 Wil Irish per barrel 75100 fold began feting of futo would oer bo hard enough buying and taking some medicine of a table is spread horo ut his church and 1008 1120 1015 Wnltman 8 65 419 Now La 60 3 00 11 88 Dealers in 8 46 Powers You know to niako her tako n rich husband or ono similar appearanco or taste believing it to gathers SO peoplo about it Of courso 1025 Nina burst in angrily 40 Sweet potatoes per bbl bo Simmons Liver Regulator 1143 1038 We warn 76100 Doore Sash Blinds Yellow 8 81 Pales 369 Hob will bo hero unless her father is ill tiiommer said I should liuvo tho noxt in any way not to her mind From store 2 to 6 cts higher 10 48 1169im Pine Floor 8 25 Owcntboro 3 49 you that unless the Regulator is on 1211pm 1100 Xtuttlnidy Nayy lleatu per bushel Topmarkl The thought of him was the package or bottle word it is not Simmons In that caso sho will sit besido him hat that wasnt out of tho store 813 314 26 Ing and Celling Weather Boarding that 1211 1K6 Griffith 88 i 3 PoorNincsyl I forgot eho was not ridiculous profanation At tho most ho Liver Regulator No one else makes or reading tho Biblo aud singing tlio old 1103 ROOTS 12 21 Shingles Halt Lime Cement 8 04 Stanley 3 Olnieng 2 40 2 76 to know I liavo bungled dreadfully could only faintly annoy und harass Hob ever has made Simmons Liver Regulator or hymns thut generations of McGregors 1115 1221 Worthlngton 768 321 Laths riaster Plastering 1233 Senlca Snake Heads 761 3 IS 61 havo sung bcforo hor And then ho will 1123 Wo meant to surprise tho girl before Jack could put himself in tlio anything called Simmons Liver Regulutor Mis 1131pm 13 41 Spottsvllle 7 43 310 Ilnk lialr Plow Handles Wiufold said Jack was too eager to bo place which would authorize him to but J If Zeilin Co and no medicine made pray Nobody can pray liko him Ho U38otrl248 I HaJctt 7 36 Yellow 34 Bricks Etc oil for thought of anything olso but if protect her Tlio man might im well by anyono else is the same We alone can has tho fluest soul Ono look ut him is 1165pm 0ipmar llcndern Iv 720m 360pB Wild OInger ho had been looking ho would have scon think to mato with a star in heaven Lady Slipper put it up and we cannot be responsible if better than a sermon Estimates Furnished for Bulldloys and May Apple Ho is a saint on earth Miss Win Ninas tonguo thrust significantly into And Jack grow hot under tho collar other medicines represented ns the same do Bulldlno Material lllood fold said gathering hersolf together for L H help you as vou ore led to expect they Iter check thinking that any lip could link his not St L Ry Branch FIELD SEEDS The woll known Brands of It is a psycho physical fact that a gal loves iiamo with that of tho bald will Bear this fact well in mind uyou have a carefully modest dosceut Jack held Timothy per fcusbel out both hands to her but sho touched ueen in mo nauii oi using a meuicine wnicn lant young follow very deoply in lovo greedy eyed storekeeper Clover per bushel you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regula- Â¬ barely one of them with tho tips of her TIME TABLE No 9 As tlio road turned tho corner of Bos ono woman canuot stool his heart Crimson Clover per bushel with tor because the name utterly against another who is reason coo bounds Juok started and sat sudden it and the package did was somewhat like very tight kid gloves Tho buggy was TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1896 Bed Top per bushel not Orahard J ran per bushel ably attractive Bcforo Timothy and ly upright Hapid hoofs a shadowy Regulator on it you have have the word high swung Hor legs sho would liuvo been imposed Iran Hast Bound Triln Blue Qran fancy p r bushel Clover had covered two miles of tlio ten figure dashed by him in tho dickering upon and have not been taking Simmons fainted nt montlou of them wero quito VVestHound Trains Illua bushel Dally Dally too sliOTt for tho step it gave her so she Daily Dallj Onion Sets extra perper bushel bcforo thorn Jack was chatting gayy moonshine That wus tint wonderful Yellow sx Sun ex Sun Liver Regulator at all The Regulator has STATIONS ex Sun ex Sur White his convoy and not by any menus What astonished him was that the rider been favorably known for many years and ouiuo down so heavily upon her pet com with No 2 No No6 Nol IDES 11 10am Lt Irvlngton At 9 30am riisplouscd with tho cstato wherein ho was mounted upon Bonny bel and led ner all who ute it know how necessary it is for sho had luuoli udo to koup from crying Oreen good 1160 Oarricld out in pain Limply her browH almost 810 r found himself Thcro was this oxcuso lusty colt liultcred and trotting beside jwious fever Lonstipa 12 05pm rever ana Ague n Dry Salt good 7 60 Harned frowning she managed to go insido aud 12 El 7 40 for him Mies Winfold talked woll aftJunction lion Headache Dyspepsia and all disorder Dry flint good 12 J2 drop into a sent With a long rolieved 7 80 llardinsburg Skeep skins CHAPTER VIII er a chirpy gossipy fashion wholly frco from a Diseased Liver arising 12 35 715 Junction 1268 We ask you to look for yourselves and breath Juok wont away aud mado ono Betwixt lovo rebellion aud wonder Kirk TOO of malice Then too sho had warm WOOL 110 Jolly 660 Tub washed Jack had littlo sleep that night Ho got see that Simmons Liver Regulator which of tliu buzzing gossipers words of prniso for Hob tho bravest Olendcana 124 630 Not thut his heart was iu it He Urease fine 1 35 16l up so palo und hollow eyed oven Miss you can readily distinguish by the Red Z Dempster proudest littlo thiugl If only sho might 6 21 Burry 165 arPallsRoughh 600 tho vould so gladly holp uud comfort Wiufold solicitously romarked hli ill on wrapper and by our name is the only meant but to find out if Topmurks mad Black 2 20 Dempster 6 37 ness was widely bruited abroad It did Hockvale 230 her But you know it Isnt oasy sho looks Maybe they hud better not go to medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator not surprise 6 27 Burry and Cuts 2 41 him greatly to soo one and Hath connaea to jock no Aicuregors are church after all sho said No iho 616 J II ZKILIN A CO MISCELLANEOUS J 54 Aiklns 601 another nudgo his olbow neighbor ai he uch high proud tropin M tinnier dooa would uot nlud that is not very much Tallow 3 09 4 60 Title o Oaks Beeswax cum a within oarshot but he was astou 3 20 Mitchell not iko Hob But I oh I think thero 441 though Nimsy littlo angel hud just SitnmoHi Liter Rerulater Sorghum MoUuei Ittpm ArKordsvillsLv 486am isbed to scs smile AId sinniflount is nobody liko her Sho is o nico to mo Initiated thai sister wuit win tho new Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Winfold said calming herself But go hack I The idenrt You know I nint nfrald nor mommer aint afraid for mo when I havo you to tako caro of mo Mommer thinks theros nobody liko you so good an kind you know An I dont hardly see myfelf whot wo will do when you that Is if any tiling should ever tako you nway from ns You mean when you aro taken awny from me Jack said trying to spook lightly and failing misernbly It wns ungrateful no doubt but today tho Win- fold appreaiation grntcd upon his most sensitivo nerve Never before in his llfo had ho been so glud to seo Bethel church Tho squat loot of it showed dry and brown amid tlio clustered trees of tho churchyard if indeed that could bo called u churchyard which wholly lucked iiiclosuro It lay just upon the edgo of tho big road which was hero a dusty breadth of level grayness Tlio oaks nnd beeches nnd hickories all had n thick powdering over their abundant leaves Tho trunks of thoni wero studded with horseshoes so set thnt ono calk formed n convenient hitching book for all tho church folk rode oven those who lived but a half mllo off By conscquuuco tho shady swinging limbs which niado ideal tethering places wero pro enipted booh nfter tho congregation began to gather But if yon had put np your own liorseshoo everybody respected und recog nized your prior claim to it As swiftly as Jnck and Miss Winfold had como they wero far from tho first upon tho ground Men stood clustered in twenties in thirties even about in the shadiest spots talking laughing uproariously and giving each other resounding slups on tho back slaps so vig- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stride 7roo oT tlarts or painting and ns ovonly ns though thero wero ono spirit in twin bodies Today they felt thoir masters mood and wero so skittish and restlvo Miss Winfold began to scream uot aloud but in faint spits mid spin Is They are aint they runnin mviiyr slio nsked clinging to his arm but I think I Perhaps Jack said can hold them though if yoiinranfrntd Your Miss Alice Ill tako you back mother is behind in tho buroucho Yos I know Littlo Nincsy begged bo to como nn ceo tho big nicetlii crowd THE MISSING WORD fl ASIC arc pleased to tnakoan entirely new oflcr to our subscriber VM which every one may have a chance to name the missing wold this sentence in in him SUPPLY AND DEffiAHD ARt AS WilVMTtVi iWS9 Constitution am Breckenridge News r o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7V Â¬ Â¬ DoyoulibstoEdSdM ALMOST FREE Fsgr nl jjlvA Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Brcckeuridge News THE Â¬ Clovprport zA V mbyw Â¬ IfprJf lUtHi The TAILOR J Hunsche SUIT TIME SCHEDULE UO 3 Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper The Sunday Sun r Â¬ 1 Â¬ WARNING GREGORY CO y Â¬ Â¬ A3 Â¬ Â¬ hiMk I Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ Â¬ xgwSSS i THEX Awarded Highest Honor- s- Worlds Fair Notlco our ad Gregory A GlbHon John Batt returned home from Kirk Pmener Monday Eva Plank who lias been very ill la Psmngsr improving Korn Jan 31 to tho wlfo of Franco Leaf n hoy A cook BRROKENRIDGE NKWfe OIaOVEXRPORT KY Tutts Pills L o W TIME TABLF soma wist Dtlly rr IIrdIniburgl221 pm H GOING lilT 7iin am Dally rr llanllmburg HARDINSBURG Wanted Apply to iVrs W Sewing machines James Kincheloe Valentines at Amon M Kincheloos Goods at auction at Harned next Sat Â¬ urday Jesse Eekridge went to Owensboro last Saturday Ask Anion M Kincheloe for the best cough remedy All goods must go at auction at Harned next Saturday Drugs are sold to all persons alike for cash at Kincheloos Leo Meyer Is still buying and shipping a good deal of stock Fine line cf stationery just in at Kincheloos drug store The February term of Circuit Court convenes next Monday Mrs Sneed returned to her home in Louisville last Saturday A X Kincheloe was in Louisville a few days last week buying goods Comic and lace valentines for the children at Kincheloos drug store Auction I Auction I at Herned next Saturday V G Babbage Assignee Big auction sale of dry goods shoes and notions at Harned next Saturday Keep me in mind when you purchase a sowing machine James Kincheloe You can get first clacs accommodations at the Barnes hotel at reasonable rates Come to the reliable drug store for patent remedies Amon M Kincheloe Ladies it is to your interest to consult me on sewing machines James Kinche- Â¬ loe Miss Beatrice Madison V MOST K Mtfm PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tartar Iowdcr Free bom Ammonia Alum or any otlier adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 3 1807 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY LOCAL BREVITIES Fresh Kraut Henry Head city The ice has creek It X Hudson terday Qlbeon Gregory of Corydon ia in tlio all run out of Clover yes- Â¬ went to Louisville VXnumbcr of ice houses were filled last week C D Eastln of New Albany was In tho city yesterday Charles Wendelken of Henderson spoilt Sunday at home Jno Lillard and Robt B Pierce went to Louisville yesteiday Tho Sunday Star and Truth of Louisville have consolidated Dr J M Clayton of Louisville was here among his friends last week It is hard to get a good quality of tea we now have it Gregory Gibson UPwo chair cars are ready at the shops They will most probably be put on next Â¬ week There has been a new paper started Rt Hanson It is called the Hanson Ex- Â¬ change Ilov Pendleton Jones is preaching a Berks of excellent sermons at the Baptist church There are two convicts in the Eddy vllle penitentiary who are each eleven years old William Galloway has purchased the old Miller property on Main Street con sideration not known Judge N C McMercer of Hardins burg came down Saturday en route to Owensboro on business This has been one of the finest ice har- Â¬ vests for yeais and everybody who has an ice house has filled it Miss Allieno Murray who has been in Louisville the guest of Mits Ada Ditto for a week returned Saturday night The fight among the Republican can- Â¬ didates for the post office in this city seems to be getting somewhat hot again Mr and Mrs T L McCool were called to Evausville yesterday on account of the sudden death of Mr McCools sisÂ¬ Â¬ ter Miss Addie Ditto gave a progressive motto party Monday afternoon Twenty young ladies were present The Sunday Star Newman Birk Arch Smith and Har Â¬ vey Thixton of Owensboro were guests of Itoy Ileyser at the Ileyeer House Sunday Charley B Miller and James Lyons returned from Owensboro Friday where they had been serving on tho United States jury Boys and girls read Suzers special of Â¬ fer this week in another column of this paper they want to see how many little folks read their advertisement Lfio largest out put of coal mined at Victoria since the mines have been un der tho supervision of Mr Alex D Heron was turned out Friday 35 tons Miss Lula Vandergrlff of Louisville a very pretty young lady arrived Saturday to spend a few weeks with her mother Mrs Henry Vandergriff this county Tobinsport school house Be sure you attend the illustrated entertainment at the school house Friday night Admis sion 25c children under - years old 15c LIj8teriousTea was given Friday nigjitat the residence of Mr and Mrs Lucius Chapin Hites Run to a party of llfteen All prcsnthad a most enjoy- Â¬ able time Clarence Ittdman brother of Mrs W 0 Allen of this city and who was em- Â¬ ployed at the depot as operator for two yean died the 17th of last month of consumption There will be no service at the Presby Â¬ terian church Sunday morning provid ing the revival servlco continues at the Otherwise the regular Baptist church services Service at night Pattous lake has been the pleasure re soit of Cloverport for the last week Hundreds of trilby feet and others that were not so very trilby too have passed uiauy happy hours gilding over its glassy surface Felix Carter who has been near Tlfboleyvillo for over a week returned I had a most excel yesterday Says lent time duck hunting and getting ac- Â¬ quainted with tho pretty ladles but couldnt find one that would have me The Nkws is in receipt of a postal card from Mr 0 T Sklllman requesting the paper sjnt to him at 300 South Olive Street Los Angeles CM He says- - Its His many a great and glorious country friends here hope that he may return In perfect health Â¬ Â¬ IÂ¬ Â¬ v II Bowrner Cloverport is to have another largo dry goods store Madisonville suffered a grat loss by fire last week Princeton was visited with a 35000 flo last week Mrs J D Brashear returned to Owens- Â¬ boro yesterday Father Carroll is one of the most grace- Â¬ ful skaters on ice Circuit Court will begin at Hardins burg next Monday Tho nurchants of this city report business as improving Frank Bates of Hawesvllle spent a day In tho city last week Dennic Moorman of Glendeane is visiting relatives In the city Lightfoot Miller of Hawesvllle was In the city a few days last week Roy Heyser goes to Owensboro Thurs Â¬ day to attend the German Dont mits reading Sulzers advertise Â¬ ment its money for you by doing so A fresh line of evaporated pears peaches and apricos Gregory Gibson- An ad in the News is bound to give good results It Is read by over 10000 people R E Rhodes McDainels went to Jeffersonville Inst week to work in the car shops J W Lechron representing the St Lonis Globe Democrat was in the city ThursJay ttiss Lutie Moorman who Ib teaching a private school starts with twenty one pupils The Ladies Reading Club will meet this evening at the residence of Mrs A R Fisher George Wendelken went toEarlington to spend the wintir with his sister Mrs Joe Robertson Rev S G Shelley will preach at Holt next Sunday at 11 oclock a in and here at night Robt W Lewis and family have mov- Â¬ ed to Holts bottom to make that placo their future home Mayor Barry returned from Branden Â¬ burg Saturday night He had been at- Â¬ tending the Archer trial Mr and Mrs E II Briedenbaucb of Owensboro were In the city Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Cllas May Miss Linnio Delluy is in Louisville with Mies Mary Marshal tho young lady who visited her here this summer Compton Henderson of Webster is being urged by a number of Democrats to make tho race for County Judge Jro Rutledge has a fine young girl at his house born Jan 25 It is the joy of the household as well as of tho neighborhood Miss Annie Curningham has returned from a visit to relatives at Bowling Green and Iouisvillo accompanied by her sis- Â¬ ter Madeline Miss Brook Stephenp of Holt is visit- Â¬ ing her sisters Sirs S J Minary and Mrs Caldwell Norton of Louisville The Sunday Star Mrs Harrieon Thurman after an ill- Â¬ ness of three weeks died last Tuesday of typhoid fever She was a most estim- Â¬ able lady of this county John G Wooley the world renowned temperance orator Is at Owensboro this week helping the temperance people in their local option fight The most proiltable farm products raised by farmers is the sugar beet Our farmers should give some of their attention to its cultivation Yesterday was ground hog day He didnt Bee his shadow and went back for six weeks more ol winter and according to Mr Hicks we are to have it Â¬ another hnt with my limited means hut the thing turned out all right Aj I looked nt it then I felt that the loss of that hnt was disastrous to my future Mr Fralze doesnt wear a plug hnt nov nor has he tried to wear one bIiico The biggest revival IlardiiiRburg hns had for years began with n union watch night service at the M E church and continued day and night for two weeks Revs Kelly and Breedirg of tho two Methodist churches preached able ami convincing sermons and the Holy Spir its convicting and converting power be ing present not only at each service hut throughout the community going from houso to house and from heart to heart until we believe thero was not n family In town whero His power was not felt Rev Adams of Bowling Green was with us two weeks rendering valuable aid in many hearts were song and prayer touched through his liberty and enthus The meet Â¬ asm in the Masters servlco ing was moved then over to the Southern church whero Brother Hunt of the Baptist church and Bro Sneed of Louisville joined us gladdening tho hearts of many and making powerful appeals to the unsaved Between fifty and sixty persons professed conversion Tho chris tian people were wonderfully strengthened built up and made ready for the strong meat of tho gospel L ist Sun Â¬ day at 11 a m Rev Breeding preached and took 10 new members into his church Thirteen juined the M E church Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cure All Liver Ills ARE YOU 0mmwm mtwMM tlu See What a Dollar Will Buy Hero is another batch of bargains vc arc going to dish out this week while they last Just 36 articles and they all go for one dollar If you BANKRUPTinhoalth constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ dont want travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so Dry wule lot you can order any lot you want at lot price advertised Tutts Liver Pills will NEVER DESPAIR Goods Department 1 Grocery Department 1 1 cure you 1 For sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases 3 1 pkg good Pins spools of basting tlnoad ball of knitting silk pll for pair childs hose bars toilet soap pktf- - Lot No 10 15 I 1 bar of wash soap bar ot toilet soap bag of bluing scrub brush all for do clothes pins Lot No 4 10 15 Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure Call on T B Henderson To tho Democracy of Breckenridge county We the undersigned citizms of the county aloresaid believing Mr T B Henderson to bo the most available man that could bo selected to mako the race for CouutyJudgp AVe hereby take the privilege of pre senting his name for the consideration of the Democracy of Breckenridge county and hereby solicit him to make the race Lot No 2 pins all for 1 Lot No 5 LotNo 0 2 2 3 I pkg washing powder 36 feet clothes line all for 1 pair of Ladies hose bottle shoe polish side comb all for Lot No 3 1 1 1 pairUoyssuspciidrs Ladies handkeichf 25 1 1 t 3 1 1 can of corn can of peas can of tomatoes nice mackrcl can of apples all for 25 Â¬ The City Council Tho City Council met in regular monthly session Monday night The house was called to order by Mayor Barry Then the minutes and proceed ings of lost meeting were read by the Clerk which were unanimously approvÂ¬ Â¬ Special Offer for Girls and Boys We want to see how many little folks read our advertisement every week Read this advertisement then cut it out and send it to us with S cts iu stamps and we will send to you by return mail A BUZZ HELL the latest toy out the harder you pull it the more fun you get out of it A musical chime that will amuse the old and tickle the young folks Send before they are all gone ed J II Wills was appointed to act as Deputy Marshal Then the allowing of claims and new business on hand was taken up Judgment against Fred May for failing to pay dog license in timewas put before the council and asked to be remitted which was rejected R 11 Pierce put a motion before the council to look after the embankment in frout of residences on Frout street This was referred to the street committee J II Logan then appeared before the council relative to the charges for the respective rooms at the school house which were allowed to remain at the charges fixed No further 5 per month for each room business the council nljourued It is ofton the case merchants are con- Â¬ stantly complaining about business not being what It ought to be To improve your buslnewa put a standing ad in the News and watch for the result Cattle aud hogs were both doing well at Louisville Monday Prices for cattle advancined 10 to 15 cents on alt grades and hogs 5 cents Tho former bringing 3 50 to 4 10 the latter S250 to 3 50 Mr Alf Clarke of Patesville who had been very low with typhoid fever for several weeks died at his home Satur Â¬ day afternoon at 4 oclock Mr Clarke had many friends here aud was a prom- Â¬ inent farmer and business man of that section kins who was called to see Hon Til Groves at Indianapolis when he arrived found him to be very much better He was invited to take a trip to Michigan City and Chicago with a party of Senators Ho went and re ports the best time of his life and furthermore a banquet was held at Michi Â¬ gan City where tho Doctor was called upon to respond to a toast The Doctor was as big as any of tho Senators and got his speech off in great shape Allen Kinney was a paseenger on the West bound train last Saturday night going to Owensboro to visit his sister who recently married and moved there Allen has grown to be a big fine looking young man not iio young either is a practicing lawyer in Lovisvllle with a good practice He says every foot of ground around old Cloverport and Holts Some of my Bottom is sacred to him happiest days were spent down there when I was a hoy He asked about all his old associates the boys he used to fish hunt and go In swimming with and girls whom he used to be ln love with Twenty two years makes a great change hut Alien had all their names and relat- Â¬ ed many ploaeant remlnisences of bis boy hood days spent here Dr S S Wat Â¬ r CASTOR ftr IafaaU and AltM nan N IA Um mrr Children who has been quite ill at the Barnes Hotel Is much improved Isnt your sawing machine about worn out If so come and see me James Kincheloe For patent medicines at reasonable prices come or send to Amon Kincheloe Hardinsburg Ky College students will do well to call on Amon M Kincheloe for tablets paper and school supplies Arch Goodman was around last week offering to furnish the citizans with ice next summer at a half cent BEWLEYVILLE During Circuit Court go to Tom Mc Gills for lunch fresh ojsters ciders of League Literary meets Feb G Fifty all kinds fruits cigarp tobacco etc Hogheads of Tobacco to The Second Quarterly meeting of the Irvlngton M E church South will be held nt Miss Lena Drury continues her stny nt Ephesus next Saturday and Sunday Brandenburg What is more happiness to a houseProf Sam Pate will tench a spring keeper than a smooth running sowing machine I have them James Kincho school in our town beginning March 1st Ice harvest hns been an abundant loe Jailer Shellman went over to Ida old one Tho beautiful snow has relieved tho home near Union Star last week to diswo have been pose of an interest he held in some land dull dreary landscape forced to look upon so long there wOur school taught by Fletcher Ulan Every lady who runs a sawing machine ford and Miss Annie Johnson closed wishes to save every dollar she possibly Friday Jan 2th can you can do it by consulting James Mr and Mis William Haulaway of Kincheloe Valley Station are spending several Notwithstanding that confidence hasnt weeks visiting relatives in this vicinity been restored house keepers still use Leaguo Literary Saturday Feb Jib sewing machines my prices are right 7p m Visitors cordially invited to James Kincheloe attend Howdy Hows the old lady and the It is witii greasy dfogust we turn from kids thats what youll hear on tho what remains of hog killiug street here next Monday from about The Artie Region has been making us fifty seven candidates a visit tho last week that made us shiv Give a part of your patronage to Tom er and shakeasdid Mother Gooses old McGill during Court it will bo apprec- Â¬ woman Sabbath School with very good attend Â¬ iatedho keeps a nice clean confectionary ance in the forenoon and Eoworth on west side of Court houEo 31st Allen of Stephensport and League services afternoon Jan Mr Will Jolly hns taken a contract with Miss Marcella Robertson were married Co to haul fifty hog at the residence of John Stlth In this J M Walker heads of tobacco to Irvington place last week Rev Hunt officiating iilr and Mrs William Hendricks have We call the attention of the readers of returned from Oklahoma aud are living this column to Sulzers advertisement in on tho William Bewley place this issue They are offering some spe- Â¬ Hail to the Bay View Circle at Clover- Â¬ Boj s and girls cial bargains this week port Long may their burner wave hunt it up with friendship for each other rever- Â¬ While attending Court stop at the ence towards God let us share the Barnes Hotel This house has recently luxdveritat given us while we Row been fitted up in good style We guar- Â¬ not Drift adown the stream of time antee satisfaction Rates reasonable The Bay View Circle at Irvlngton D F Barnes Prop Saturday evening January 23d must Mick Owen the new candidate for high have been of a silver turii of mind for sheriff was in town the other day and they failed when mention was made of purchased a new saddle blanket and a the Pacific railroad to speak of the fact good stout saddle girth and lit out for that tho last spike a golden one was the back districts As a new candidate driven into its place by a golden ham Anyhow he mer And by the way this was during Dick may prove a success will make it Interesting for the fellow a Republican administration Golden I ton that gets there ahead of him Thomas McClure who was The cold wave which struck us tho of this place a short time during A first of last week and is still knocking for B Montgomerys term In Congress and admission to our family circles is the who defaulted for about 1000 still has most sudden and severest known in this the case pending against hlin in the U climate for years The thermometer S Court at Owensboro The case has hovored around zero all last week aud been put forward on the docket however the change was in a single ulght from and McClures bondsmon notified that if balmy pleasaut days Heavy floes of ice they will raise the amount duo the gov- soon began to form in the Ohio and as ernment by the default McCluru will he they floated with tho current they released His surlties have already paid would frequently grind ou either 000 and they have yet to raise 5100 shore All navigation is now suspended Horace Bland one of the surlties was though tho weather prophets predict bore tho other day trying to get up the warmer balance The other surlties aro J I Beoler Charles Durham and Bill Hardin Frank Fralzi of Cloverport who rode sheriff of this county for a number of years was out at the depot some weeks ago talking of old times To a number of his friends standing around he said Shortens lubor lessens pain that he made his first trip to Hardins uimirilMllB uuuKv i In condi burg in 1850 He rode Into town horse- Â¬ both mottier and child uuU tiwn her recovery fuvoruUlo back Ills horse was a hiuh headed ani Â¬ tion moro nftcr than to nwudy before continent nt Stronger mal and one he thought a good deal of sa u iiioinlucut midwife Is tho test remedy Just as I turned the corner yonder BREAST said he polutlng to a street that led Into FOR RISING l Ia fiittiat nlnnlt my horse got scared at some thing town and roeonnnemfid by inldwlc und aud my plug hat I was wearing went off Endorsed Uowore of substitutes and Imitations As I not down to pick it up my horse set bis foot right In the top of it and mashed Birth Easy it in the mud I full that my futuro was Makes Child blasted in the low of that plug hat but Sent by Impress or milt on frcolpt oMirtco TO MOTMGIM 100 per battle Hook I got down picked It up straightened mailed Ireetouialnliiinoluntury testimonial out the kinks aa best I could and rode on BlUDFllXl UEUTUTOR CO ATUNTA CI OLD ST ALL PBUQ01ST8 into town I was then forced to buy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 post-mastÂ¬ Washington II Chi comb W It Kaisor K Tabor Scott Knott T J Compton J V St Clair A F Claycomb G W St Clair B V Payne 11 D St Clair B O O B Kugllsh C C Smith T X McGlothlun W K Browu 1 SULZERS CLOVERPORT KY B Moremen X B Netherton K Wathen T P P Roberts O ts Dugan McGavock J T Lewis Con Bland 1 JTeed JLivery AND m Ihndy Jno It Wimp K F Carter J C Kurtz Jonas Lyons F B Lyoue 1 W W Keith Clins F Itedman SK oale otable Having purchased the livery stable formerly run by R 15 W G Bandy F 11 McGehee MI A Board S W Jordan Pierce it is our aim to run a first class stable New stock and vehicles will T J Hendrick M Ljildnn Thomas Lyddan be added from time to time and you can have the assurance of getting a good lig A share of your patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed and proper treatment will be given to all Those who wish to procuro good thor- Â¬ oughbred stock have a choiice to do so now without money Bead B A Parks ad in another column in which ho offers to exchange his stock for other stock corn wheat or potatoes AVrito him for prices or send him an order he will treat you right and send you good stock at reasonable prices HEYSEE STADEH CLOVEKPORT KY Vnnr Dhweinian Aime To put hi knowledge wpeHtnce and sVill Into the prescription lie wiitet It i n order fur the can lilnitinn uf remedies our cue dc mindi He can not rely rn results unless the Ingredients ure pine and reuheand sre properly compound IV fall to your doctor and cd yourself hy bringing precriplions hern They will be compounded Ho by a grnduuo ot experience wil be aided by the largest stock ol druijs in this psit 01 me oiaie eierjtlunK of the finest quality that mnnrvcin buv orexDcritncc seleU Oar Urge huiinens enables us to prepare medicines ut very low priics A preicrl tlon that theuveruge dmr store cha ges a dollar for would cost 6jc to 75c here one that costs 5ociliehere we wouldihartrejou T ilia mef nM -n1 3r 351- ltf jS lul Mnlnn scriptlons we will saveyout loc SHORT HAYNES - VVVV Housekeepers Your Attention gj We offer some extremely good values in Groceries this week Can Corn 5 cte 1 Can Tomatoes 5 cts 1 Can Peas 5 cts 1 Oan Baked Beans 5 cts 3 lbs Bulk Jelly 10 cts 4 Mackrol 5 cts 2 bars Soap 5 cts 2 Boxes Qoldene 5 cts 1 K A t I Cloverport Ky Gregory Gibson CLOVERPORT KY 4sws-Vw- IrS E333 S3 In No 3- - 4 Instance Have our artificial teeth 5 failed to give every Eatis-faction in fit grace or IRVINGTON CASH STORE LEADER IN PRICES naturalness Wo make a specialty of 8 sets and guarantco them free from the slight est imperfections Our 5 ones too are models Kxtractlng by our owu painltss method 50 cents Dr J I MOORMAN Over Martins Drug Store Â¬ SHOES From 50 cts to 400 IIow can you do with Â¬ out a pair at such prices DRY GOODS Dont get in your head that some other town can show a better assortment Wc arc it p to date Everything pci taming to the Housekeepers wants GROCERIES LHT33 COMPLETE S3S3 C PVITTITOE For SaJe As Tiustfe ofceruiii rircrlr belonging to lh late Hli II Murray anil lo cany out I ho conditions of the trull of I II Murray anil wife Kvclyn N SS-SS IRVINGTON KY MOTHERS FRIEND f LUMBER Your wanlscan be supplied Prices are right Â¬ BUGGIES WAGONS Con Â¬ My line Issxtensivo sult me before making a purchase Furmers you make a mis toke by buying elsewhere FARMING IMPLEMENTS end stthe Murray 10 the unoeiiijneUusTrmttrs requlienwnt umlrr the reiiuutt of llbntnu Duncan Wuit decil I will srllut jnblic uuciion in front of ilia Iost olTice at CK trrnort Ky at noon on Wed iicJay Iln loihiUv n Fehruaiy 1897 Areitsln ucrw more or les tract of ami rontaimntr 1 j6 miles ol Clovcriwrt near the Itusled within l llsrdintburKtuniokii ihssviiahaviniorui convey ed to the laid lili II Muiray by David K Murray The Auxutt Olh 1875 and wife hy deed land I eutlly urea h laic ailja ent to the brick works balance In one Terms of Sale CWWIrd and two ear wilh liinnotron I he property dill ch LON CllKUAYTiulee For Sale 1 Can furnish anything re quired by a farmer at exceed Â¬ ingly low figures l I R S Bandy Irvington Ky 1 A pair r fyourg match mules font and file Jtkrs ltl work any old well broe and very genii Any ore wanting uch a team can csll where my fsim rear lltJInhuij ur and ire Ihnn at PATRICK TEAH addreis Or V C llabsuge Matdlnsburg Ky Improvid Chester White and lolumi Chin llnJey No 7341 unj swine liTs ellhej Mi lllk Cycope heeds my herd Also S U Wyandottes II 1 Itocli U Ilramas S C II Leghorns and ltmbden itce lllh scoring1 priM stock reatonsble ltrgsSira perij unl Sjooper 7 carclullypacked fur hipping Vour patrousir kindly solkitcd satlsfsctloa tf Ketpectfullr guarsntccd B A 1AUKS Clifton MiHi Ky Salesmen to sell a very complete Un of lubricating Oils Greaue eKiallIcs Liberal term In antui inn lwaj ft6 nlntf lo Cleveland uno Puas Itrsditreek llcterefces Sae jNailm BLUE SPRING HERD ron sali tiiKAi uj Send us your printing if It U first clasa vYorkyourtj after Diilckknhidok Nkwh alllankot CleveandO m Wu JLt4t J -J JJ P4 A RWtVvl 6 THR BRROKENRIDGE DUKES Colored Boy Mrs NEXWS OLOYRRPORT KY d Uncle Johnathan Wants a Discussion of the Social Problems In tho News To Find Out HOW TO OAIK VITAL FORCE A Srorjg-- DAUOHTERS of our PRESIDENTS Tries His Gun on Confidence Â¬ Mary Duke Recovering Healthy Organization the The Oldest Presided at the Home Over Half a Cm First Essential to Snccess I Rfflnh fi OsalfchlW iff o IllilMwt bJ White Is eireetalt Irw f fl lis tor nomedlr etitunt o e at cwrstn- oter hi cloe t 1 The Greatest Sensation - i I - nti T tcymaii ev - tary Ago Â¬ so small s ice Itntf r a wU - Is G EO YE A KBL COS i The Northern struck ua about right Sunday Lee Gilmore is visiting relatives in Daviess county SO MUCH POVERTY C R Johnson our merchant went to Louisville Monday Mrs Mary Duke who has been very DniTjn Nma That wave of prosper poorly for several cays Is abl t to go about ity the financial prophets have trpen again encouraging ua to look lor with pleasing Mrs Elizi Burnett has been sick for Intelligence beauty amiability and in- Â¬ anticipations tor years past appeals to several days srntoms of pneumonia deed there can be no condition that ill have been Indefinitely Jeltiyed from fever health will not undermine Borne secret and hidden cause or other Neither wealth position honor nor Owing to the inclemency of the weathor I sar secret or hidden cause small crowd out to servic Â¬ opportunity can compensate for the was a undoubtedly the cause of the delay in er there absence of a well balanced heathful the arrival of prosperity 11 hidden from es Sunday condition of body and mind It is of Mesrs Lee Campbell and Charley the greatest consequence that every the millions The great showman liarnum was not Iliven visited in Breckeniidge county person should have some knowledge of The American Saturday and Sunday far wrong when he said the clietuittry the anatomy and physiCharley Campbell dined Sunday with ology of his own organization Self people love to be humbugged The psople were told neatly four years your correspondent and was a gut tt in knowledge mis include tin body as ago by the great bankers and financiers the evening at John Dukes well as the mind that the repeal of the purchasing clause Iafe Newberry told at the la a body that is not well balanced of the Sherman law would usher in an Friday he thought his daughter Miss the mind soon becomes feeble and is era of prosperity The great papers Sudie was taking the tneaselp often lost In the organization of man owned by the bankers and capitalists Hank Burnett wife and children Roia the mind depends as much upon the took up the cry of repeal and echoed and Rostan and Jamea Jarboe acd wif body as the body upon the mind and rechoed it and the boards of trade vis ted Sunday at Mr Sam Burnetts With every thought emotion effort and public spirit Â¬ and other patriotic Mies Saterfield of Daviess countv will we expend a certain amount of vital Organizations ed in the cities and force consequently while awake we are Â¬ principal towns Joined the furious clamor make her future home with her grand constantly u ling up this energy while for repeal of that odious and panic mother Mrs Amelia Oilmore cf Ills asleep or in a passive state we are left place breeding clause to natures own law of action corse Those that have ice houses have an At lait the pressure was made o quently and it is a natural law while in strong that Congress capitulated and abundant harvest of ice to gather from anoimal condition the nerves attract repealed that awful clause of the this time The ice on still water Ji from anel draw vital force and are constant Sherman law but still notwithstanding four to six inches thick accumulating around their neive centers the positive rromiti of tilt J3 wiseacres If some of the explores that have been this vital euergy We are vitalizjd old prosperity obstinately refused to searching for the north pole had hap refreshed during sleep then while arrive pened at Dukes last Monday or TucsJay rseepor in a passive state we are re Â¬ Then came the Wilson Gorman they would have been satisfied to plant serving what is already accumuaed ISrire tari bill which one half the edi a pole run up a lUg with the inscription Many persons cannot seep during tors in the country and the grent states Â¬ on it found at Ian the day They should lie dowu in a men in Congress said would cause the A colored boy come running up to the perfectly passive state withdrawing the speedy arrival of prosperity and poor door of one of our neighbors Monday mind from all ouside external cares and men and laborers were informed they wanting to borrow a gun to shoot a little iuttrests Make the mind a blank as could buy things cheaper The bill black thing he had run up a tree a short much as possible and in this state one pawed became the law of the land but distance from the mans house The man may accumulate nervous strength near- Â¬ still old prosperity balked asked him what it was he had treed the ly cs rapidly as in sleep Dismiss all con- Â¬ Next in order the great campaign of darkeys answer was he did not know tending thoughts and give up the whole last summer and fall for sound money it wjh some kind of a little black thing being to be acted upon by natures law law and order confidence and finan- lie had heard some of de white folks simply rest absolutely cial honor the integrity of the Con- Â¬ talking about confidence Leing in de We must practice self control learn stitution and the courts came on and country since MeKinley was elected to stop exertion just short of fatigue was won by an overwhelming majority and I spec data confidence Nothing is gained by overtaxing and the morning after the election was to Mr and Mis Jerry Bashams infant depleting the vitality mark according to the great papers and A well managed judicious practice baby eg d about four weeke died Monthe wise statesmen an era of prosperity day evening and was buried Tuesday in of exercise and rest ol body and mind aye an avalanche of prosperity such as Johnson grave jard the bereaved will soon improve the most debilitated the world had never before seen if the parents have the sjtnpathy of their The faculties aud functions of the human MeKinley should be elected organization are numerous aud varied many friends Well these alluring promises of pros aud to be healthy it must be exeicised I d has pluiltcl from tuour lilte boiiom perity were too much for the American eqeially And t iktn it to hfivcn above voting soverigns to siii cessfully with I ere UjIivj always in Abrahams tjotom All around ih are people who are stand They were bo eager to bee what Vd bik in the nirnhirtc of i Simr Imp not really sick but who are below par an avalanche of prosperity was like that in strength anel general health They they yoted for Mac to see and the The Red Headed Boy might be giants iu strength if they mw and are still seeing Well the pro New Vork I hn would go to wo k in earnest with the d so far as phet iH are now being real 1 here is generally one boy in every determination and will togtwell by intelligent men expected Instead of a There said an old teacher who learns obeying simple laws of nature school wave of prosperity passing over the land all the lesf ons of all the other bo8 He are thousands of ambitious people who we have to day the wail of distress the see their castles faele oue after another murmurs of discontent and the agony of Is usually red haired and unprepossess for the waut of vitality of brain and ing in appearance but the writers on despair aeiending from more homes and not yet followed his ca- nerve power to carry out their designs more people than ever before in the pedagogy have If one has made up his mind to rise reer far enough to decide whether this nations history knack of absorbing knowledge is of any to his highest possibilities in health he We have more failures of business to him in after life nor have may do it by following out faithfully a men unimploed laborers and mere real use the pschologists determined whether few hygienic laws His first effort is to homeless tramps than were ever known goes with tho reel hair or increase vitality There a e many and In fare There are mote people to day the propensity Sjme dillerent ways to do this Nature conis merely a frequent coincidence in actual want and in the fear of want time ago I attended the exercises in a stantly generates this force in every than ever were known before Old pros individual to a greater or less degree If school and observed perity seems to have resolved ntwr to public industrial this intellectual phenomenon in a very we are careful not to expend more force visit our hopeless land aguin than we generate daily we will accumu A interesting 1 waittotuy to every one who will called uponcaserecite elem children were late to little poems The have the patience to read this that pros We must not overtax smoke chew school room was crowded the red haired perity is not soon coming to the I nited little boy was sitting close to the reciters nor take stimulants Get right down to Mates Our social institutions must be He knew uvury piece tiiat was said or bed rock nutrition be veiy temperate in changed radically changed before any sung He repeated each one half audi- Â¬ eating and drinking taking only the intelligent man can expect the coming bly and just a little in advance of the most nutritious and easily digested food of better times Similar causes will pupil that was Having it Some of them keep the mind hopeful and serene uuder always produce similar ellects The faltered over poems not thoroughly con all circumstances Few people realize elk Ms cannot be removed until the ned hut the red haired boy would only how much force is expended in fiivoli causes are eradicated assume a look of mild surprise that any Â¬ ties We may expect hard times so long as Make two crash mittens large enough body shoulel miss such a simple thing the causes of hard times are left in full ami of hurt pride that one of his school- Â¬ to cover the hands Put two tabespoon force and operation A change in the mates shoulel not do better atid then re fills of common salt into juit enough political complexion of a national ad- Â¬ aud then wet peat the word of line like a prompter at water to dissolve it ministration only implies that a new or a play When the teachers asked epies the mittens evenly Let them dry thor- Â¬ rather a dillerent sit of men are placed tions ho knew word by worel both query oughly aud keep ono constantly uuder lu charge of the same old machine Before rising in the morn Â¬ anil answer whether the pieetion was the pillow which will run on in the same grooves I ing aud retiring at night rub tho body put to him or to any other pupil and with the customary regularity should like to watch that boy ami see all over thoroughly with tho salted mithome people yes a great many still what he may blcmom into ten until the body is iu a glow Then hope to he able to extend a welcome to elip a towel in cold water wet the whole old prosperity soon after ttie fourth of body quickly and dry with the Hcond next March if they didnt they would mitten not be disappointed This gives the best kind of a salt A great many of tho hoiust people bath with very little trouble and in five believed the gold standard anil high minutes time and it will pay the most taxes trriiO would bring gook times Is a blood disease ami only a blood reme busy person to taKe it hut they now see that they were mis Â¬ dy can cure it So many people make It is a protection against cold kee a A great many other people taken the mistake of taking remedies which up a circulation of vital energy upon believed most firmly that the free coin at best arc only tonics hud cannot possi which the circulation of the blood de ae of TiH cents worth of silver Into one bly reach their trouble Mr Asa Smith panels Salt la one of the best known dollar of money in unlimited juantitiea Grcencastle Indiana says Ior years toiiies for tho bath ol an Invalid The at the public expenso would bring good I have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma friction generates a kind of electricity timet and they still believe it but they tism which the best physicians were un and one feels exhilarated for hours after are mistaken We are never likely to able to relieve I took many patent It is also a sleep producer Warm or have free silver and the people might medicines but they did not seem to cold steel alio warm or cold water just as well now as at any future time reach my trouble I gradually grew judiciously applied to the nerve centers worse until I was un Â¬ has a very beneficial effort But by begin the study of social and industrial able to take my food electricity correctly applied to the nerve find out Via cause of so jutstiojis and or handle myself in centers to stimulate or depress as desir much poverty misery and wretchedutss any way I was abso- ed one may proeluce almost any effet the world and the remedy for the in lutely helpless Three It Ih not so difficult to uuderslatid the eradication of the cause bottles of SSS re action of electricity as to leant the exact The longer the people delay this prob licveel me so that I nvrve centers which correspond aud lem the longer will be deferred the tri was soon ablctomove work in harmony which antagonize It umph of justice and the reign of human my right arm before must be thoroughly understood or we brotherhood in the world Are there long I could walk may produce Just the opposite effect not among the numerous readers of the across the room and It can not be undertaken by auovico Nkwm some students of social prohleti h when I had finished one dozen bottles who could favor uh with u contribution was cureel completely and am as well as The reason why many who have studied and applied electricity to the cure of occasionally on this most important of ever I wow weigh 170 elheaso have notsucceeded in all they problems all desired is because though they have What has become- of J II 0 8 I1 J studied thoroughly the action of electri- Â¬ and R 1 H and others 7 Your I nelo city they know dot tho location of the cures Scrofula Cancer Rczema S Johnathan used to read their letter and SS form of blood troubles If ou nervef their assimilating anil opposing any with interest and would like to hear have a blood disease take a blood medi- Â¬ centers the hidden spring of life cine SSS guaiaitteed punly vegcta from some of them again Business men and all who use letter table is exclusively for the blood and LNCLK JOIINATIMV is recommended for nothing else It heads bill heads statements receipts forces out the poison matter permanent anil envelopes we desire to share a part ly we will n fH of your patronage All of our work is send to anyone ltoUl guaranteed to be strictly first class beloro dftitur our valuable hooks Address leaving the olllce 1rlcea are reasona Â¬ ble Bend us a trial order Bhkckkn All tho mngazlnr for February are now Swift Specific Co Aliauia IIIIK1K Nkwb on sale at llabbags Ga the Cause of Â¬ The New Yoik Tribune Dr Augusta Brown Girard gave yes terday afternoon another of her talks This time her subj ct was How Shall We Gain Vital Force She said in part The object of every persons existence is the unfolding and perfection of his own individuality and the improvement A strong healthy organi- Â¬ of the race zation is the first essential to success fl rem Â¬ Â¬ post-oflk-- e Â¬ In an ex eedingly interesting article In the February Ijidies Hon e Journal it is recalled that there are eight surviv Â¬ ing daughters of Iresidenls of the United States in addition to the three of Pres ident and Mrs Clevetsnd Mm Letitm Tyler Semptels the eldest of the gre up and Mis Philip Pendleton Dandrldge is the next Tue former is the daughter of President Tyler and is living in the Louise Home Washington D C Mrs Dan driJge is the daughter of lr sident Taylor andpresded almost of the White House functions elariug her fathers brief occupancy a little over a e lr J she lives in Winchester Virginia The onlysur vlving daught r of President Jjhcssn Mrs Martha Johnson Patterson lives in the old Johnson homestead at Greenville Tennessee Mrs Ellen W Gant Saitorlc the only daughter of President Grant is no living in this country since the death of her hu band in Washington D C The only daughter of President Ilayef Misfl Fauny Hayes passes much of the winter in travel and spends her summer at the Ilayef homestead in 1 retnont Ohio Mrs Mary Gaifield SUnley Biown the little Mol lie of the Gaifield family lives in Wash Â¬ ington during the winter aud at the old family homestead In Ohio in the sum mer The only daughter of President Aitliur Miss Kllen Herndon Arthurlivts iu Albany New York with an auut and spends much time in travel Mrs Mary Harrison McKee the only daughter of President Harmon lives at Saratoga New Yoik and the Cleveland children of couree are at home iu the White Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IF3MpT eli Granulated Sucar SI CO 00 lbs good lireea Coliee L lbs Light Brown sugar 1 00 25 yds heavy nice Brown Cotton SI 00 Cold Feet 20 pes best blue Calico only 4 1 2c S pc fine black and blue Heurii tta 10c iNew York LtJgtr Never go to b d with cold feet NVr 45 pieces good dress Gingham 5c try to sleep without biing perfectly cer- 1 lot of ladies embroideried Handker- ihlefs worth 15c at 7 l 2c tain that you will be nble to keep them its Dress d dol s worth 25c at 15c He oue night with cold feet 35 pr ladies cmbdy slippers worth 1 00 To warm gives such a strain to the system as will at 50c be felt seriously perhaps ending in a 50 pr men calf cork sole shoes worth 5225 at 1 25 tit of sicknef s 09 pr ladies patent tip Dong kid shoes circula- Â¬ worth 150 at Jl 00 Cold feet show an unbalanced tion a be very best thlrg to co isto 1 lot mens overcoats worth G 00 at 3 75 warm them by exercise it that be prac 1 lot mens casimcre suits worth 7 00 303 tlcable if not by dipping them in hot atlot mens fine black suits worth 10 00 1 and cold water alternately two or three at 7 49 times and then uilog vigorous f radio a If that does not warm them aid keep them warm heat them before the firr 21 lbs 1 Â¬ -- it al wr f wajs efSclent alu ays sat Â¬ e til isfactory prt 1 or f rer ctir all 1 -- r ilU sick heailache jiunltce coiutit on etc 2SC The only Tills to Uke wltij Hood s Sarsaartlla Wl3 fi s4 Ari Zr j Z 2fc irnRAt VAlVUil Pills Rend our price list below and convince yourself that we are doingjust what we say These Prices are for thirty days and for Cash or Produce only tiOe vllv m rTififl sn m UUJLVI XL lJJ 2 pre men s heavy hoots worth JloO nt i0 pre ladles calf button shoes 25 catis for boys at 7c 13 pre gents gold plated cufT button at 20c 75 linen towells worth 20c at 15c 1 lot ladles and Misses handkerchiefs worth 5c at 2 1 2c 3 pint tin cups for 5c DO pr mens glovts worth 60c at 25c 05 pr boys gloves worth 50c at 15c 35 ladies silk embroidery handkerchiefs worth 25c at 1 oc 1 lot New Albany jacs worth 35c at lid Mens fine black lur hat worth 200 at JSc 1 lot boys hats worth 25c at 15c 5o yds ladies cloth brown and black worth 1 00 at 75c S pre mens suspenders at lc at 74c Visit The GREAT BARGAIN STORE House Â¬ The True Remedy W M Rtpine editor litkllna III We wont keep house Chief says without Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Ex Â¬ perimented with many others but never got the true remedy until we used Dr Kings New Discovery No other remedy can take its place in our home as in it we have a certain and euro cure for Coughs Colds Whooping Cougn etc ft is idle to experiment with other rem Â¬ edies even if they are u g d on you as just asgood as Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ ery They are not as good because this remedy has a record of cures anei besides is guaranteed It never fails to satisfy Tilat bottle free at A It Fishers Drug Store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Coasnmpi in of Paper The consumption of piper by the great newspapers of the day is most remark- Â¬ able It accounts for the rapid strieles in the wooel pup and paper Industry As the country increas s in population and intelligence the amount of literature re- Â¬ quired amounts up into marvelous figures A few illustrations will be inter Â¬ esting The New York Worl s great Christmas number published last week was sold to the enormous number of 1581 o89 copie s This represented an output of f00000 eight page sheets weighing 1128 tons Tins woud mean upwards of 41000 000 of 1 ages represented in one issue of a great newspaper This 328 tons of paper issued in one day by one newspaper in New York would represent at least 125 cords of spruce wood or a product cejual to 60 acres of average growth of Bpruce lanes In the State ol Maine or in New York The same day the New York Herald issued 103700 copies cf an eighty four page paper representing an edition of nearly 34000 000 single pages Under the same date the New Yoik Journal published an enormous edition each issue carrying G8 pages of printed matter aud undoubted ly consuming between 2o0 and 300 tons of paper Hero then were three New York papers which consumed in one day in their Christmas issues upwards of 800 tons of white paper calling for more than 1000 tons of pulp the product of 100 coids of spruce wood con- Â¬ 1200 to sumed by three newspapers in one days Isiue We leave to our readers to esti Â¬ mate what the futute of the wood pulp and paper business must be with such figures ss the above relating to only three newspapers In one isiuo of Decem- Â¬ ber 1800 N E Lumberman Stationer and Printer 1 drying them thoroughly and then cor- Â¬ BRANDENBURG KY rect your habis or improve your health for be sure that oue or the other is wrong perhaps both With all the res if you sleep 01 a hard bed with cotton sheets iu a cold room put on an extra covering over the 0 feet It is very convenient tc have foot dollar spent in your home store Every comfort just wide enough to cover the adds to the development of the home top of the bed and about a yard deep industries It helps the growth of the This may be made of some light mate- Â¬ town hy helping the growth of the inrialperhaps the remains of a pretty dividual for we are all more or less dreis filled with cotton like a comfortable dependent upon each oUicr The great and tacked with some harmontrade centers pay tributc to the big ious color Durii g the day this may be stock We are keeping careful track thrown over the footboard and spread of your wants and constantly adding on the bed at night The advantage of to the stock to meet them Now dont this is to secure sufficient light coveting fail to give me a call All manner of for the feet without overburdening the produce taken in exchange for goods remainder of the body If you use a hot brick or an iron put it in the bed a little beforehand and Clifton Mills Ky then when retireing remove it To sleep with the feet in contract with it has a tendency to make the fiet tender THE Hut better than boh of these and to 0 TWICE-A-WEE- K be used w ith or without them Is the foot blanket This niay be aiepiare yard of domestic flannel or two yardj of SaIss Cupital Stock 125 000 flannel or anything else you like that is Surplus 7 600 warm enough only have it nce aud B F HEARD President SI 00 clean WILL MILLER Vice President Fold this around your feet and ankles M II Issued Wednesday and Saturday O W HEARD BEARD Cashier before you put them down into t1 e bed 1 If not very cold this will often warm Mornings MORRIS ESKRIDOK - -- Directors J R M JOLLY Â¬ them especially if you have used fracjnterestpaid on time deposits tion and if warm it will prevent their becoming cold by contact with tin cold 1897 the Weekly Beginning January sheets It keeps the warm air around Courier Juur al wt changed to the Tw ce n Week Courier Journal lubl ratlnn diy uie them It does not make the feet tender WednejJay and biturday Tie Wednefdiy THE ST LOUIS WEEKLY and it is far more convenient than the paper v ill te deToted tu tcrj and t ollttcal luue hot brick or soap stone Tiyit anel if topics The batrda lolures mil bo devoloj to 1 poetry etc ttoriei uIicellan you are troubled with cold f et you will etf t fajilly paper Each laiue ill be ill pngei fir ttfclrc pigcs to keep it by you hereafter be likely -- an tw What ever you use always lie at full a weekor 81 Increase of year psgol n week U4 columns a page or the paper will not be chang Â¬ length To curl up hindeis free cir the p llMci only 50 CENTS A y1ak ed aud the bailie for pure Democracy aud culation GEO YEAKEL CO HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Â¬ Â¬ CHARLES RADENHEIMER BANK COURIER JOURNAL A HAEXOSBUItG EAR 1 POST- PEAT FREE DISPATCH SILVER PAPER The Fending Postal Reform I rom The Iluiion Herald The reform proposed in the Liud hill as regards the carrying of books through the malls is essily understood The postage on books is 8c per poun I No 6 00 book which is profess dly a book can be Daily Courier Journal year - 300 carried for less But as the present Daily and Sunday I v ear 2 00 postal law is interpreted if the cloth and Sunday alone I year bound covers are removed from books paper covers suhstitutedand the hooks TWICE-A-WEE- K are issued with the title of serial publica- Â¬ tions and sent out as often as once in three months regularly they can be ctrried for lea pouid It is not at all AMJTIli necessary that they should be serials in anything more than name Theee books have no connection one with the other They are as essentially books as thoee for which eight times as much EACH ONE YEAR postage is asked The books sent at this lower rate are nearly all novels The Loud bill also proposes to put a stop We have made a special clubbing arrange to the circulation so called newspapers Coarier ment with the that are Issued for advertVug purposes and will sendlwlce a Weekand ours Journal for the that paper and sent at the lower rate Mr Loud price named to all our subscribers who will showed a sample of one of these in the renew and pay in advance Sample copies of Courier Journal sent fee on application course of his speech which sent 1250000 All Subscriptions under this of-Â¬ copies through the mails of each issue and yet iiad no bona fide circulation fer must be sent to Its copied purported to be sample -- true Itmocratio rociples will be continued successfully In ihe future as In the past In splto of the expense Involved iu the improve- Â¬ Tnice-a-Wcc- k ments noted tho price of the Courier Journal will remain tho same 100 a year A feature during tho coming yejr will be the editorials of Mr Henry Watterson on political and other tcplci of the day THE The Post Dlcpatch Is he Only Metropolitan That Championed the Free Silver Cause In Advance of the Nominat- Â¬ ing Conventions It Stands Pat for Free Silver for Western Men and Measuies for the People Against the Po- Â¬ litical Bosses Pluto- Â¬ crats Combines Trusts and CorpoÂ¬ i COURIER JOURNAL ration Oppres- Â¬ sion Breckeniidge News FOR ONLY 150 Â¬ copies Jno D Babbage Rheumatism Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy Cloverport Ky For Court of Appeals Judge John S Kelly of Dnrdstown Send yur name for a Souvenir has announced himself a candidate for A few Donts ol the Wofka ol liJitenc Held Judge of the Court of Appeals from this From The New Yoik I eJe 1 ewis Is the pre ent in- Â¬ district Judge Dont find fault cumbent but It is understood that he Dont believe all the evil you hear tbe eti8JnTiUmnuirrt Souvenir cenDont jer at every bad ys religious will not stand for re election Mr J I The moat brntitlnt Art Production of the tlo Hobson of this city has also ben men Â¬ tury A ninll buocb of tbe moil frairaot beliefs of Client Field s omwnthfnd from tb broad sort most 1011 fstwof Dont be rude to your inferiors in tioned in connection with the ofllce lieautlfulLote theContjhun Iscleccue I of theHand of of ix Tho district last November gave a He aonulv illiiatratid Iraj thirtyu five of icld worlds y the social position mitts ns tlitirioitiitrnttoii to the MonDont tepriit gossip even if it does publican msjirlty of abiut 1000 Klizi greatest llind Dut fur tbe nublj contilbutlani ol tbt ument bethtown News greet artlt IbU bok could not ban been manufne interest a crowd fund lorlroo lorsati Int book slcret or sent The love offering to anything because you prepaid on receipt cft Dont underrate 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