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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 10 1897 NO 30 ADVERTSERS--TH- E MKinleys Callers THEY EITHER WANT OFFICE FfiR Ill- - GOWDY GOES TO PARIS linn llrrn Olli reil nml Acnplrd CoiimiI Hie ldicriilMi 1 THEMSELVES OR OTHERS Perry S Heath Has Been Slatotl J Ad- Â¬ For a Good Position dison Porter Chairman Feb IvdiavaiOLH John K Gowdy of tho Republican stato committeo lias returned from a trip to Canton O wIito ho went to confer with President elect McKinloy with ref erence to federal patrouago for Indiana When asked concerning tho result of his pilgrimago to Canton ho said I had a ery pliasaut conferenco with Major McKinley Ho is very appreciative of tho sen ices rendered by tho Indiana Republicans in tho lata campaign and I was nsuied that this stato will bo fuirlr treated and liberally provided for in tho distribution of patÂ¬ Â¬ A To the Democratic Voters of JJreekenritlge County 4 NEWS IS READ BY 70000 REORLE v Outbreak in Crete f0YAl -- HUNDREDS of CHRISTIANS HAVE BEEN MASSACRED Â¬ Announces That He nleys Will Be Mcki- Secretary Gowdy Goes to Paris Private O Feb 0 Among PresideMcKinleys guests yesterday was Mr Perry S Heith of Muncio Ind who liad charge of the publication and printing fortho Republican notional commltteo during the recent campaign nnd who has been frequently mentioned for tho position of privalo secretary to tho president Mr Heath was accompanied by Mrs Heath and their visit was upon tho invitation of Major Mc Kinley After a prolonged conference during which many political subjects were discussed tho announcement was mado that tho president elect had ten dered to Mr Heath a position of prominence and iufluenco and that it would bo accepted Tho position is ono which Mr Heath asked for some timo ago and v hich he coveted abovo all others Cantov nt-elect Â¬ Â¬ M 1 A When akcd what ploco would be given him by the administration Mr Gowdy said Major McKinley tendered mo tho important post of consul general to Paris After duo consideration I have decided to accept the place and havo so notified Major McKinley Powell Cliljtoni Modiity Little Rock Feb 5 Hon II L Rommel of this city late Republican candidato for governor of Arkansas i authority for tlio statement that General Powell Clayton of Arkansas will be tho next United States minister to Mexico succeeding tho Hon W M Ram som Mr Rcmmel held a conference with Major McKinloy last week and says that tho president elect was surprised at General Claytons medesty Tho appointment will bo mado a few days after tho 1th of March For fJenrrnl Iinil CnmmUluni r St Paul Feb 5 A telegram has been sent to President elect McKinley at Canton signed by Governor Clongh Secretary of Stalo Berg Attorney General Childs Stato Auditor Dunn Clerk of Supremo Court Reese Lieutenant Governor Gibbs and Spoakcr Jones asking tho appointment as general land commissioner of Tarns Bixby of Minnesota w ho for soveril yeirs has been at tho head of tho stato committeo and is private secretary to tho governor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ronage f I havo decided to ninko the raco for the oillco ot Superintendent of Common Schools of Breckcnridge county suljeit to the Democratic Con vention to bo held March 8th 187 As I have not jet closed my school I shall not havo an opportunity of seeing many of tho votets of the various precincts of tho county For that reason t take this method of lajirg my claims beforo the voters believing they will be given a due consideration I do not believe tho Democratic party has forgotten the ciretimstanccs uu- der which I made the raco for County Surveyor some jeors since Somo of the best men in the county solicited me to enter the race My answer was that I could not afford to do so It was at a time a man was badly needed to make it At the last moment after thoy had searched tho county over without success they again came to mo and said I must mako tho race I finally agreed to mako it fully realizing that from a financial standpoint it was not the best thing for me to do I was elected running more than The only inducement laid before me one hundred ahead of tho ticket was a promise that if I filled tho office to the satisfaction of the people a Did I do it If not I claim better one would bo given mo in the future Hut there nothing at your hands if bo I am entitled to this nomination We want a man weigh ate other questions which we must investigate and who is qualified for tho position and who can win his election It is notu time that we can afford a ilirht in our ranks We need all of our amuuition for tho final election So viewing the situation from this standpoint I do not want the nomination unless you believe mo to bo the strongest man As to my qualifications I hold a diploma from one of the best colleges in taught six schools in this county and I refer jou to any the state I have of the patrons where I have taught 3 to my ability and integrity in educaNow in conclusion I would ask jou to think seriously tional matters over tho situation and when you have mado up jour mind as to what is bestgo cast your ballot honestly as you think is right and I am willing to abide by your decision Yours truly Â¬ propriating its to tho relict or hip Cretmi refugees ut Milo a id elsewhere A dispatch to The Standard from Athens minomie i s that mi Luglishman was killed mid nu Austrian subjtcf wounded during tin Cretan troubles Pre ii h mini r Miirt Inr Crrli Toulov Fiance Feb 8 The French cruiser Trotule li is started for the island of Crete i Several Villages Destroyed by Fire and thy City of Canea In a Vnt Stato of Revolt Tho Grecian Government Has Dispatched War Vesslos to tho Sceno of Disturbance north Louisiana slow tho destitution there Tho vast teriiturj allecteel by tho drouth IXttnds between the Bed liver mid the AilansH line and the west boundaiy hue and tlio river p Irishes to the east Fully 5000 person per cent of the total tire nffe cted mid population of II parishes in tho stricken Â¬ THE FAMINE IN LOUISIANA Ti rrltnrj Alli ttiil In I nlliirn if I nat Vmr riip Nrw OittKWs Fell S Reports tioni WDl AKlN6 POWDER Celebrated for Im creit leaening Mrensth anJ Aftttires the food ac unst alum and liealthfulnes all forms of adulteration Dommon to the cheap brands Absolutely Pure i F A BEAVIN - New Youk Feb 5 Announcements aro made by Spencer Trask chairman aud Frederick D Greene secretary of tho national Armenian relief committeo that the committeo recently forwarded to Turkey fioOOO Tho committeo has just received a cable messago from tho international committeo at Constantinople of which 1 tho British ambassador is chairman acknowledging tho remittance stating that the funds iu hand aro entirely in rerun heath adequate to meet tho aw ful suffering Governor McKinley and Mr Heath and destitution and that careful inveshavo been warm personal friends for tigation has shown that not less than many years and tho former stated to 40000 orphans tho Associated Press yesterday evening by tho chlldicu have been mado lato massacres that ho had no position of honor or Thcso words of Christendom it trust within his gift to which Mr stated tan bo easily saved from starvais Heath would aspiro that ho would hesi- tion or debasing enslavement iu Moslem tate to coufldo to his friend Tho two for at the men lived at tho samo hotel in Wash homes audacan bo cared thousands rate will ington about a dozen years or moro of a dollar month but generous perish beforo spring when Mr Heit h Mas a widely known gifts aro sent at onco unless to Brown Brothnewspaper correspondent and tho pres ers Company 59 Wall strcot Now ident elect was u member of congress York who uro tho authorized trcasuurs Mr Heath was conspicuous in tho cam- of tho committeo paign that resulted in tho nomination of Governor McKinley for tho presi Â¬ OHIO MINERS IN WANT dency for which tho latter is unstinted Over llfty lamlllesln the llelmout lilt in his appreciation as well as for tho Irlct Aro Starving service no rendered during tho cpiitest ending last November Bkllaike O Feb C A committeo General Rnssell A Alger of Michigan of miners from tho Belmont coal mines who has been selected for secretary of in this city wero out all day yesterday war called for a shoit conierenco with soliciting food for tho families of men Major McKinley He said tho object of his i It was to ray n few words for a employed at that mine Investigation friend and nor to discuss any question shows there aro over CO families at theso of policy or to snbmit any appointments mines suffering for tho necessities of Tho former ho life and some uro actually starving to his department said would bo postponed until tho adTho story they told of their suffering is ministration is organized and that no terriblo decisions have been l inched in tlto latThcso Illinois havo not had work for ter General Alger declined to say who tho over four months and when thoy wero friend is in vvhoo interest ho ciinio to laid off their supplies from the companys store stopped also thus cutting off Canton r w hat he w anted for him Concerning tho question of policy ho all sonrco of support Secretary Glas said Theio may bo occasion for a cow said last night that roports from all great many changes in any plans wo over tho district show much suffering might make and poSsibly the total aban Â¬ and many appeals for aid havo been re donment of any policy wo might con ceived hider now Therefore I havo considered it best not to formulato any KILLED A HORSE FOR FOOD Stato Chiirnian John K Gowdy was also a caller and said that his object was Terrible Talc of Orstltntlon Come lrum St Ioul to talk owr Indiana matters in general Ho blushed liko a school girl when Sr Louis Feb 0 John Giesen a asked if ho ipccted to bo commissioner German took a horeo away from a of pensoi s and said that that was a crowd of boys last ovening and drovo it position any man would bo proud to fill to his hut aud killed it for food Geiseu N B Martin and Dr J M Ripplo of Wuynesburg Pa E J Miller member was out of work and with his wife and of tho inaugural committee Columbus four children wero starving to death Tho horse bolouged to a coal dealer O and J K Pollard stew ard for tho deaf at Columbus O also called to- Â¬ who allowed it to roam at largo because gether at tlo McKinley home Tho it was lamo Somo boys voro drivin visit had to do with tho inauguration it uronnd in tho snow when Geisen Mr Millt r tu d that Ohio will havo or seized the horso Tho boys who followed ganized clul s ropr sent od to tho num Geiseu saw him kill tho animal cat off ber of more than ono thousand Tho tho hind quarter aud start to roast it aguoel to tho second Geisen told tho policeman when ar clubs havo been division ho and liis family had eaten resteel It is gener illy Known that tho no mo nothingthat threo days They had eaten for of Dr Soward Webb of Shclburuo was no meat for mouths presented by Vermont and seriously considered by tho incoming president Diirant Cttt Heard of Agulu for a position in his cabinet Owing San FhancisCO Feb 5 The supremo hovoer to tho illness of his brother court of California has handed down no and tho draft upon his own timo and at Â¬ decision on tho nppeal of Theodora tention iu consequence thereof it was utterly impossible for him to accept tho Durant found guilty of tho murder of ponitioii und Dr Webbs friend Gen- Â¬ Bluucho Laniout 21 mouths ago It is eral T S Ptck vstid Major McKinley understood that tho appeal has not y been considered by tho supremo justices at Canton mid withdiew his nanio but many uttornoys boliovo that tho PRIVATE SECRETARY MKINLEYS justices wall grout Durant a now trin cases Julin AiIiIImhi I nrtiT Announce That lie So many important civil cose havo that it precedence over tho Durant lln llirn Selittcil is said a decision will not bo handed Hon John Ad- Â¬ down beforo tho end of tho year GtKVTiAM Feb dison Porter editor of tho Hurt ford 1roftMur II II ItnrrU Dead Past confirmed the report here that ho LYXCiinimo Va Fob B Professor had Juva cho eu by Mr McKinley ua liis priv oto Si cretary Ho came west tit H II Harris ono of tho most distin Mr McKinleys request mid had a long guished educators in tho south died conference witli him at Canton tho hero yesterday ovouiug At tho reor ganization of Richmond Va college Viattcr then being definitely settled Mr Porter is n personal friend of Mr in I860 Professor Harris was called t of Greek and Mrs McKinley of long standing tho professorship held until iu that iusti his resignu tutiou which ho and has had tho cwperionco necessary to tiou in 18U5 At tho timo of his death lit him for tho important post ha haa ac- Â¬ ho was a member of the foculty of tho cepted Southern Baptist Theological seminary Mr Porter is n nephew of William at Louisville Ky Walter Phelps Besides an oxteuslve newspaper oxperienco ho bcrved in tho u Old Soldier Sulcldei Connecticut legislature was Senator O Feb 6 William W1JUIIK8TEK Piatts secrotary during ono congress Collins aged 58 slnglo nnd brother of and at another session was clerk of a ex County Commissioner Robert Collins congressional commltteo He was re- Â¬ cently tho Republican caudidato for shot himself behind tho right car with governor of Connecticut Mr Porter suicidal intent whilo lying in bed at tho Plammer Houso shortly before was a MoKinloy lieutenant in tho St Louis convention and had pliargo of the noon He hud been drinking to excess McKinley iuterests iu Connecticut dur- Â¬ for soveral months but was sober when he nttoinpted suicide His injuries ore ing the campaign pronounced fatal Collins is a uoldlor and drew a pension of 30 per mouth mfe A complete sisorUflent of Bibles and KfUttM Testaments at Bbbags -- jV Am Nyr MUST STARVC BY THOUSANDS Appalling Condition of Armrnlnn Orphan Children Wl-tW n tmf jf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yards bare Tho recent snow fall was a welcome visitor to the farmers especially to those who were fortunato enough to have a wheat crop While out horseback riding last Sun- Â¬ day evening MiesB Clara Mattingly and Kmma Iuto were thrown from their hoises Fortunately neither of them wero seriously hurt Misses Maggie and Eflie Hambleton visited Mrs W B Taul last Sunday and were the guests of Miss Elllo Kincheloe tho pleasant tcachor of Psgah school Mr Alex Keown has accomodated the farmers of this locality by moving a grist His regular mill into our littlo village day for grinding is every Saturday It is lumored that 0 D Hambleton of near Iisgah has bought tho Murray property in this place Wo would ap- Â¬ preciate the cltizsnshlp of Mr Hamble ton verv mnph Â¬ Dr Strothor was called to Blue Ball to see Dr Davy Lswis who has been very ill but is now improving slowly Candidates are all tho go here Clay Moorman is at Vino Grovo at- Â¬ There are several cases of measles in tending the meeting that is in progress our town by Rev Hartford f misted by the evan Â¬ S C Franks family who had the mis- gelist J J Smith fortune to be visited by the measles we Dr V II Wathen of Louisville and are glad to say are all convalescent Aud of Cecilia were hero Iu Dr C Tho cold wave was a sudden surprise consultation with DrfctrothertoseeMra to the people and caught several of the It 0 Crajcroft Jan Ill who is in a old farmers napping vith their wood critical condition MATTINGLY Â¬ FALLS OF ROUGH Private dlrg hews Wed Farm Sold For 50 Col Mies Askins is improving Greens mills aro working busily Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 15 Â¬ Â¬ OAMTOXUA Ben Bates Jr who was recently mar ried to Miss Mina Taul bos accepted a position with his uncle Ben Bates Sr on tho farm for the present jear We wish you good luck Ben B Fredrick Frank and John Staples are prospective candidates for school trustees in this district The gentlemen have no opposition so far and we think the people would be in piddling bust ntss to try to select better men Bill Baty says he is confident one half of the candidates will be defeated in tho primary The voters will agree with you on this Mr Baty but jou may liave somo trouble in convincing the candidates The many Democratic friends of Mr Alfred Hawkins our clever post master are eagerly urging him to mako the race for constable We think that M r Hawk- Â¬ nSunday ins will finally surrender to tho honst fAMr Robert Burton and Mis Crella desires of his many Democratic friends Matthews wero married at the bridea and make tho race Ho would make a homp January 127th Alton demons good race as he Is noted for his bravery a cousin of the groom gave an enter Â¬ Miss Etlle Kincheloo passed through tainment that night iu their honor liero last Tuesday en route to hor home A letter from Chicago sijs times are near HardlnBburg Miss Kincheloo has worse there than was ever known before taught an excellent tchool at llfgab Factories and mills havo shut down and She lira given satisfaction to all and lias thousands of poor people thrown out of gained many friends in this vicinity employment with the thermometer at twenty two degrees below zjro makes BIG SPRING terriblo suffering Heury HeorlAllie Cooper and seveial Our ice houssare all filled other boys walked seun miles to a wed Â¬ Miss 7ma Strothcr still continues ding but on reaching the place they her visit found thu wedding over and tho bridal II Meyer is through Invoicing his party gouo and that long walk of return stock of goods over the bit ak hillp through the cold Rev Walton went to Louisville last dark night along a dismal muddy road without even a sight of the bride to week to hear Dr Caridine cheer their lonely hearts guess they Beu Clarkson and son are bujing and must be Blow pedestoilausorelee got a selling a good many cattle very late start Dr Gray formerly of this placo but The Caumetto Eclectrlc Street Car now of Paducah Is here on business Company failed owing two millions of Mr Warner fihackletts school has dollais and pulled two banks under with coaeil and ho has returned to his homo It There is talk f tho South Chicago We are only waiting for the weather City it R Co buying that road when to settle so work can begin on our tele Â¬ It is sold so writes a Chicagb mm It phone line seems like the boom of good times that Drs Strotheraml Gray attended the were coming after the election of Mr Hardin County Medical Society at KUzv McKinley are a long time reaching the world because haul times seem to hold bethtown lait Thursday is expected home full away every where Every news- Â¬ MIm Lydla Clarkson Sunday from Louisville where aba haa paper Is full of Items of distress and the constant cry of hard times been visiting for several weeks Â¬ every day Reomus VYhittitighill died at his homo January 111 Chitk Mercer was tho guest of Miss Butler Sunday Miss Kate Butler is attending school at Gleudeano Mies Simmons was a guest at George Harls Suudaj Many thanks to the little Miss fir soveral of these items Rev A L Osborn has purchased the Whobiry farm for 50 Ernest Clomous was the guist of Essie Fentress Sunday There aro several applicants for a pri vato school at this placo Theie waB a generous ice harvest aud everybody put up all thoy wanted Rev Basliom filled his appointment at Union Chaple Saturday aud Sundaj Will organizj a Sunday School hero soon preaching Sunday and Sunday night by the pastor Bro Cundifis daughter Mrs Med calf and children of Ktei liensport are his guests this week MiBd s John EskridgeUobert Cliamb lisi and several others werothu appraisers of the Matthews estate V G Babbago of Hardinsburg was down attending to the estate of Mr Law son Matthews deceased Mesirs Robert and David Cliambliss and Prof Buruette were the guests of Joo aud Miss Allie Jones of Rock Lck Atiiiins Feb 0 Advices iccrivcd from the island of Ciete nro to thocilti t that soiioiH trouble his biokeii out at Canci which originated in tho un founded lepoit that tho Mu suliiKin had killed 27 Christian sentinels at Akrostri When tho report was recvlvcd tho vali ordered the troops to ptocecd to tho do fenso of tho Christian villages The tioops wire attacked mid it Is tepoitcd that 20 persons wero killed Several villages wero destioyed by lire Canea itself is in n stato of eompleto revolt The Mussulmans it is claimed instituted tho attacks upon tho Christians and commenced thu dischnrgo of firearms A considerable number of persons1 per Finally it was ished in tho conflict observed tho soldiers themselves filed from thorampil ts on tho heads of the Christians Tho Mussulmans set firo to tho quarters occupied by tho Christians and tho Dames wero visible from tho warships of tho povv ers anchored in tho harbor The flames nppeureil to bo spiralling iu tlio direction of tho niehbishop and tho Greek schools Tlio unninaiiilers of the Italian and French gunboats attempted to stop tlio fighting mid lauded small detachments of i oldieis for the purpose of protecting the telegi aph ollli e s Tlio Chiistiansat Halepa sought refugo ut tho oillcis of the foreign consuls und on baud tho gunboat Tho villi and tlio consuls of tho powers weio near Unit pi when tlio out break lommenced but they wero nil nblo to enter Cam a until nightfall Tlio lighting ceased but tucoiding to tho latest advices the files stalled for the pnrpev o of deiitioyiiig thu buildings have not yrt been extinguished Three fourths of tho Christum quar ters in tlio eity of Ciuno have been bullied to tlio giound uctoiding to lato iifhiees reteived fioni the island of Ilcte The Christians while trjiug to escape1 to tho warships wero attacked by tlio Mussulman population nnd many The totil wero Mlhd and injured number of v ictuns us a result of tlio it cent lighting is estimated nt COO Iu tlio kgislitivo chamber tho presi dent of tho council Th Del Yanuis an nounced that tho government liul or r to proceed at elerd two once to Cieto Tho announcement was followed by a hceno of intense excite ment mid enthusiasm Minister of Miiiiuo Lovidis ordered tho gun vessel Silamiuia to leave her dock immediately It is stated that unite torpedo boats hav o also been or dered to ninko ready for u possible trip to Creto Minister of Foieign nffairs Skouscs has paid u visit to tlio representatives of tho povv cis stationed hire for tho pur poso of assuring tlieiui nil of tho pacific nature of tho mission of tho Grecian wnrtdiips oidered toCicto Tho vessels elected for this expedition inclndo the ironclad Hjdm with a crew of 500 men and tho ci uiscr Mykalo w ith a crow of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men-of-waÂ¬ ROAL HAKINL rOWDFR CO NEW ORK In most of tills area not ono bilo cl cotton has been laiscil to 10 ucres in cultivation mid practically no com lii OAKLAND suivived the long elrj spell Tho cotton shurtago iu tho parishes will lango bi tweiii til nnd 75 per cent Miss ia Johnson has returned home n iiionetiny lossof JBOOOOO The loss Mrs William Downs is very ill at this e d corn mill stock must on cotton si be enumerated swelling these figures tc writing 1000000 Sctel corn mid corn must be Our school closed here last Friday furnished tho stricken planters while daily latious must bo seivedoutto the with a large treat thousands in order to mvo them fioin Chas Miller Sr attended church at dentil by staivatiou Hardinsburg Sunday DRAWING TWO PENSIONS ditricts Ji ph Hurt it Oiiu IltiiHlrril Dii Mini llruthii Mvitios hid Feb li Special Pen sion Atent U K Clayton is nt the sol dieis honio heio to take testimony in tire- - ease of Tescph Be rry w ho as nl lefced has bun hawing two pensionsat tlio iite of 12 a month i ach Berry was u bundle el days soldier from Ohio und under the tie t of liiO was granted a pension which lie has since drawn tliiongh the Columbus agency When he was admitted t tho home hero he itsuuicd tho uamo of his dead brother Thee iloro Berry and under it applied lor mid wi s granted u pension To avoid detiction ho lentcel n box at tliopostollice win ro his mail addressed to Joseph Berry eanie Detection came tluough a visit of a veteran fiom Ohio who ou being told that this was Theo dora Berry dcclaied that Theodore Biny was dead Iiniii rHiiiiatt Mr Sam Marshall will start to Illinois the 15th of this month Frank Dellaven built a large ico house and filled it witli ice last week entered the burg Miss Klla Hook aud Ida Marshall havo 11 N College at HardinsÂ¬ Will Marshall rrjojs very much to bask in the bright smiles of a black ejed Miss Mrs Sam Frank contemplates spend Â¬ ing several weeks witli her daughter Mrs Tice Baker Will Dellaven went hunting one day last week and killed one rabbit out of twenty Line shots Bro Roberts of West View closed n singing school at this place Friilay night BANKCLOSitr He is a splendid teacher Tht lllrittiir IiiiiiiUii to Pa- - All latin Mis B O Frank aud Miss Zoa JohnIn lull son Ada and Kills Frank dined with Fit vnki in O Feb f Tlio First Na Mrs Frank Dellaven last Frielaj tional bank of this city has concludid Mr and Mrs M F Frank and son to suspend busine s The duectors held cting and found they had money Harry were the guests of their sister niui Fufllelont to pry off all their depoiitois Mrs Frank Dellaven last Friday and and concluded tint as there was a Saturday steady falling oil iu receipts it was mi Mrs Frank Dellaven entertained n oppoituuo timo to close and wind np few oi her friends last Saturday evening the b inks allaus When tho bank did not open there was coitsidcniblu of a witli a candy pulling All seemed to tliiuj but this statement on tho part of enjoy themselves Those present were the directors has quieted things dowu Mr Jim Frank and son Orvial Mr aud llus I auk failed about a year ago and Mrs F Frank Mi and Mis F O lias b en st niggling along since Thu general depression of business nnd the Frank Misses Zoa Johnson Ada and tact of the failme lias injiiiiil tho bank Fllle Frank Messrs Dolph and Will aud it was this that caused tho action to Dellaven and Will and Samuel Mar Â¬ betaken iheie is u piomiso to pay in shall Â¬ Â¬ full UOO men Tho latest news from Canea is to tho effect that foieign vessels uro alreaely engaged iu tho work of transporting refugees to tho Grecian island of Milo It is also announced that tho foreign consuls wero obliged to jimku their es cape f i urn Halepa to Canea by way of tho fcisi It is irportid that a largo number of women and children havo already been lauded on tho island of Milo by tho Italian cruiser Tho men in most instances Tliey birricaded leimiimd at Creto their houses nnd niudo other prepara tions for tlio approaching struggle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ luun Dislrojtil 11 it IliirrlruiKVictouiv 13 C Feb 0 News by a lato ste liner gives an ae count of tho de struction of Port Daiw in in Australia by a hurricane Thu wind was accom panied by a liiMvj- - min whie h mined tho furiiituio in irsidence s and gcxxls in store s w Inch had Ik en Uepnv eel of their Tlio re sidents hud to obtain roofs shelter us best they could Tlio town is practically dintiovid all buildings being cither heaps of nuns or vcrjbaillyelani aged Inn villi r ICIIN Aniithir Linton h d Feb 8 Henry Mc Â¬ Donald a miiiir was killed hero Satur day light by Maverty another miner with a pe kluiudlo They had had so uu tmiMo in tlio rally part of tho ev e niug in u s iloou w hero McDonald knocked Miveity down Thoy lifter wind met when McDonalds son shot six times at Mavtitv wnuudiiig him Then Mavi ity sti nek McDonald with a plckhmielle 1 he How killed him Â¬ Â¬ WOLF CREEK Sick baby at Mrs J S Onings Bob Onings is iu Brandenburg Plenty of candidates in the field Mrs ltidgeway is jet with her sister Mrs Linibert fcluart On lugs went to Brandenburg one day last week Davis Cunningham our popular drummer was here Monday Mr Will Hardin of Little Bend is stopping at tho hotel in town Â¬ IUhiiIi if it I mull CitAiiOitciivui Ky Feb 0 Ander a farmer of Bockcastle son Parker count j in n drunken rago attacked his wifo mid fructuiiMl her skull with a club Ho then shot his sou through tho wrist und Indicted u sculp wound Tlio son secured u revolver and killed his father tho rest of tlto family escaping during tho light Parker was a mail of considerable w iilth Â¬ e Jiurrcl ViKsvA Feb 0 An unconfirmed ro port has bce ii received hero of tho mas mere of 1C0D Christians in tho villages of tho island of Creto SITUATION IN CRETE The In iiirttlhiu Sjiri inline mill Mil Suun I lit olio thu Whole IdIhikI llftitu lluiulrinl MamiiH rtcl tificate In tills course the students will be fittetl for teachers by actual work in our MODEL SCHOOL Special terms to 320 pays tuition for all courses except jnusic those wishing to pay as much as ixe monthTtuition in advance Board 200 to 350 per week Young men and ladies without money wiihing to prepare for Allien luUlira tti Iunlun Lomiov Feb 8 A dispatch to Tlio teaching can make arrangements with the President of the College to Times from Athens says that tho GreciIt will pay you if attend school here Write for particulars nt once an tioiiclads SpiIsia and loini now yoii desire to attend n first class school at a small cost being rcjMlrtil at Toulon havo been D S RORERTS Jr Presv Hardinsburg Ky Address ordered to get remly fur on expedition to Tliu government submitted a Crete or FELIXgKERRICK IIardnsburgKy ap Hiiiwurn in thu frirUlatlvt chamber OvSka Island of Creto Feb 8 Throughout Sunday tho tow n of Canea itself was comparatively quiet but the fire started as a result of last weeks conflict betweon Mnssolmans nnd Chris tians has Irokou out afresh and sov Â¬ eral villager iu tho subiubs tiro in Humes Outsido tho walls of Canea there has been u continuous fusilado since Saturday tho soldiers siding with tlio Miisselmans All of tho Christians havo left tho town Fifteen hundred Christians have gouo nboard tho Britisli vessels whilo 200 subjects of Fiance wentubciuil tho French ciniser Tho piilaeo of tho Cluistiau gov o nor of tho island Ueorgi Beroviteli 1iiiico of Samoa being bloekiulfil by Mussul mans Beroviteli Pasha accordingly ills tributed arms witli tho view of dl p rs iug tho besiegers At Hnlcpa 700 armed Christians aro facing nu armed body of Mussulmans Thu situation ut Hutimo is serious ThoiiiHUigcuts hold tho vice cousuU tho bishop and other notables prisoners as hostages Tlio Turks havo already pillaged sov crul v illages mid it is feared that the iiisarivctioii will involvotho wholo of Creto Â¬ Siiiilcir llurrlo CmulUlon 8 Tlio condition of Senator Harris of Tennessee has not been as satisfactory during tho past 12 hours us has been hoped for He has experienced a relapso which left him iu a weik condition Thu pulse became quite feeble Httlri il Arm OMUtr Dtml B vitimouk Feb 0 Captain Edward U 0 A retired ngeel 57 O Knovver years died hero yestenluy of hiurt ills caio Why sillier with Coughs Colds and LaOrippe w hen Laiativk Urojio Quinink will cure you in ono day Does not pro- Â¬ duce tho ringing in tlio head like Sul- Â¬ phate o Quinine Put up in tablets con- Â¬ venient for taking Guaranteed to cure Price 25 Cento or money refunded For sale by A It Fisher Washiniitov lVb 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departed Guneratioi s of white men have followed They came they saw were conquered nnd slll left it to its thunderous waste of power Then arose men offearletB heart who like tho conquerors of our swamps our forests and our pralrlep slid to riotous nature The sons of men havtnetd of theo At last the broa bosom of the strcnm still in beauty gliding is the do- Â¬ nor of light and heat power and trans- Â¬ portation to the thousands who are gath- Â¬ ering to It like children to n generous 1 rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CcrvnmiiT 1806 II a5Bs M O N El Y INg2E v feteaiis Vl DR By Martha McCulloch Williams r the Adtiiob trr iKTEi nvAnicr pAf wa t l Tn l 1 ra THE MISSING WORD W j V K arc pleased to make an entirely new offer to our subscribers which every one may have a chance to name the missing word this sentence in in CArjJ SUPPLY AND DEMAND ARE AS INTIMATELY AS CAUSE AND EFFECT - CHAPTER IX Jack scarcely heard tlio lout guffaw crowd thnt went tip from tho Somehow ho reached tho vehiclo just as Sir Topmnrk clnuibrrcd heavily down from it KobwngtnnkiiiR to follow him her littlo foot lightly poised lioth hands hold out after n chiklliko fiiliinn Mio hud Jack Bhonldercd liiinsolf between her nnd her proper escort took her al most in liis nrms and set her upon tho ground Tho audacity of it half par illy zed Mr Topmark Ho began toxcowl darkly then broko into n wry grin say khk Â¬ Jug Now soo here Jack that niiit jest rgzactly tho fu nr thing but I cnint quarrel with you Youro so much or older man n mo Im bound ter treat you renportful rf you do git in my way I feel very much in Tliauk you place just now Jack said keeping fait hold of Kobfl hand It wns small and glovclese neither white nor soft but thrilling to tho finger tips with tho subtlest vital esscuco Something in tho touch of it 6et him all a tremble Ho was taken aback when it was drawn steadfastly from his clasp and dropped at its owners side Jack Whero is Mr McGregorl went on standing obstinately cloo Oh daddys comin in tho enrriagol Mr Topmark returned with n leering wink that mado Jack acho to throttlo him aud scut a hot painful red into Kobs cheek Sho had been very pale as palo almost as her old white frock that in splto of its shabbiucss could not mask her youthful grace Hut sho hud not tried to innke hcrclf in any de gree lino though sho might reasonably havo known herself tho focus of all eyes Sho woro tho narrow brimmed black straw hut that had been her best for three years There was n black ribbon ton about her littlo waist aud a fall of old thread laco at thonerkof her gown It left the round throat bare though every other woman there- hud Hwathed herself to tho chin For part of Kobfl rcceutricity was that sho preferred to bo out of tho fash ion rather than to fcpeud her timo mak ing over her few scant frocks Mrs Wiufold said it did seem to her tho greatest pieco of laziness tho way Kob McCJregor was always three years be hind tho style But Kob never looked ut anything from tho Wiufold standpoint Besides her abundant leisure which that modil woman bemoaned us n snaro of sutan was not after nil so very abundant Kob read to her father for hours each day or upon linn oiich led him abroad to refresh liimsdf with hutihluuu and sweet air Nor was tho burden of their Meant affairs by any niiuns so light as it looked from tho outside Sho kept up faithfully to tho blind man hrr fiction of prosperity and miiti m in it meant standing always bitw-t-him and tho Miss Kob nover seen tho dny shed oben outer world Thu dread nco of their for- step on you not ef you got down in tho tunes touched her nearly JAir ill her path fer her ter walk on Such retorts merely mado Teddy bravery her own ragged hoiso furnish ings aud tliu shabby old earriigo in smile He was so much tho artist in his which some i ines she todu abroad wcro lying tho bare exerciso of his capacity engines of torture Yet every year or so was joy enough and ho had not really tho least ill mind toward Kob Ho when her father insisted that tho vehi thought indeed sho looked distinctly cle be refurbished she acquiesced dutifully made a pretence of sending it charming there holding tho old mans away and six weeks luter had it driven hand nnd watching him solicitously throughout tho sermon But Mrs Wiuto tho door smelling of tho fresh var nish sho herself had brushed over it fold who had como lato aud flustered witli cushions beaten to puffy lightness to church cuuflded to her seat mate bo foro tho minister had come to second and straps aud tassels set in new places That girl is doin all that fer joit Then the blind man said witli a littlo ly nnthin bat effect makiu out liko she laugh Nest time darling you must havo keers so niuoh fer her poro blind old father As for my part I dont see how a brand new equipage for after all er man as well behaved as Mr McGreg equipage is truly tho test of gentility If shabby it stamps you either n nig or can bring hisself ter profane tho gard or a pretender Clothes hardly Jioimt of God by settin thut way ou tho matter so they be eleau aud suitable womens sido Tho scat mate- was devout but huund not vulgarly fine Memory of such speech gavo an edgo man and she owed Mrs Wiufold n day in tiio social harvest of disagreeable ho did not dream of to Mr Topmarks leering significant laugh But she speeches Behind her fun sho whispered stood very upright and walked toward loudly iu that ladys astounded car Why u littlo while back it looked tho church door between tho two men When sho reached tho step each put out like your brother would bo sittin there a hand to help iter Sho ignored both too an fer just tho same reason to be sprang lightly upon tho big stono step by thut vixen of a Kob McGregor Tho basket meeting with which tho ped insidoand walkrdalmobt tho length protracted effort of Bethel church al of the aisle witli Mr Topmark making strenuous efforts to fau her over her ways began was easily tho leading social Usually she slipped into tho event of a Walnut Greek summer Still shoulder first vacant pow Today sho was florcoly Mrs Wiufold had unt meant tobothero amused in tho thought of making tho certainly not after situ knew that Alico would Ik safe for tho day in tho bosom whole congregation gapo and state A dinner credit When at lust sho sat down it was in of tho Talbot family such wiia us to leavo room beside her nblo to her housewifery and her daugh for her adorer Jt was wholly ngainst ters meant the upending of timo and sub stance for which she saw no use But tho most rigid convention of tho occasion that any man should sit besido a wom an but Mr Topmurk was tumble to rev n sist tho tacit invitation of her glance He plumped down upon tho hard wood en scut so ponderously thnt a shiver ran through tho gazing throng From the door Juck noted it and sworo under his breath But Miss Wiufold though she dropped Iter eyes und mudu a jirctenso of distress over tho general tittering Oh about iier said to her own heart tho littlo fool I Isnt sho doin beautifully just tho thing I meant her to do Then sho settled herself into n pose of sovero devotion licuil bowed oyes fast on the hymn book Through tho window she had seen the Talbot enrriago driving up Sho meant Mrs Talbot to bo able to point with pride to the difference bo twecii her favorite ond that flighty Kob who sat regardless of timo and place pouring u flood of merry nonsense into V 4Mr Topmark s delighted ear Miss Wiufold thought sho mutt be possessed iic tfjntind hotli Sho had no comprehension of tho agony tho gnawing pain at tho heart which nt tho last minute Nina had demanded bo brought henco her mothers lato mudo it necessary thut Hob should luugh to nnd chatter if she would snvo herself nrrivul und ignorance of her brothers fall into Hobs snare from shrieking Tho mlnuto service ended tho mado Kob took no heed whatever of Mrs entrnnco but whon tho tap tap for him saying iu her meekest voice Talbots from which sho tried vuiuly to keep a of ucano heralded her father tho stepped lightly down tho aisle met him at tho tearful shako I I liopo you nro well this Brother door tp which Jack Talbot hud led him l Why didnt you bring and took him to his accustomed placo them dear day ungel children witli you tho pow next tho pulpit Sho sut ter church little in down by him there regardless of Mr Huh I had other flli tor Mr Topiuurks imploring looks his beckon Topmark said airily trotting fryl Kob uftcr ings nnd wildly significant grimaces ns sho led her father to the thick shade Sho did not oven shako her head but whero Uncle Allen and Mum Lira awaitsut holdlug her fathers hand and now ed them with the dinner baskets Whcr softly until tho ser Â¬ und then patting it tho old man begun v uk Daughter mon began hi I In f that morn whero are tho Talbots Maybe they can Sho lied Daddy spare us Jack- - Mr Topmuik broko Jug infho fucoof her gnlluut Qb la 81s MJcularJjr to go in Vfith au oily smirk tljiulc I fUr-doiir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with Mr Topmal in io contrary Im afraid the rido will turn out n costly luxury win u ho c nines to set n prico on tho tobacco this fall but I do want dreadfully to ninko a lot of other women uncomfortable Widens and maids of all ages will be setting caps nt him to day and I intend he shall not so much as look at one of them Now aint sho jest tho beutof all Mr brighter n heap n new money Topmark had said in tho fathers ear No Miss Kob honor bright tho trip shant be wuth no mo ter mo u jest tho plrusycr of it that I raint valyer in dollars an cents But cf youll help mo git the wifo I want when I eomo ter want her why give you my word tho ole gentleman hero shall git twict tho price fer what grows in tho placo thut uuybody olsol give Now just listen I Kob hud retorted Daddy 1 think Mr Topmark is afraid of tho big grown up young ladies and is practicing his pretty speeches on mo No doubt no doubt her father had answered laughing mildly Yet lm was troubled Hu did not liko his daughter to bo seen in such company hut to for bid it outright was a piece of rudeness he would not venture upon now that tho matter had got so fur Of courso thcro could bo no mote to it thun n pieco of the ebullient folly normal to Kob tho estato of new widowerhood was so young so whimsically full of pranks it had no doubt seemed to her an excellent jest to go along with him Doubtless other women would as sho said pull caps for him now that ho was said to bo rich and gt owing yearly richer but Kob tho thought was absurd Only ho must caution her against re peating her freak though nil her world must Hfio that it was only a freak As tho prenchcr roso to givo out tho opening hymn Mr Topmark got up and moved across to his proper muscnlino Hu was tho moral of grinning sphere though sheepish delight Jack Talbot coming in with tho other men felt a raging desire to knock him down as they two met in tho aislo Teddy Barton walking just behind Jack gavo out a stifled snicker and dropped into a near seutwhispcriug loudly to his noxt neigh Geol Circus aint n patchiu ter bor Wouldnt tako if 2 50 cash this fun money fer the sight er Jack Talbot look in cross eyed at olo Top an ole Top his sof net in tho lovyer Richest tiling in HoM got it awful bad seben counties Why Miss Kob McGregor can make him mind jest liko ho was iter littlo llco dawg Nico girl sho is Always did liko her Tween you nn ino nn tho gate post I could cut olo Top out You better hush Ef you lie that n way whar Juck kin hear er olo Topknot cither it wont bo good fer you Ted dys gossip answered in his own sibilant key Er fool an blindd know Ted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lniDot ynnjt Dy tho nose but ef you want things done suh why I uiut gono nnwhur an yon may tako mo for security in any amount yes any I No harm shant como ter Miss Kob now ner never cf sholl listen ter mo The last words vrrc in Kobs car too low for other hearing She too seemed not to hear them Slio did not flush or turn away her lirnd Mara Liza on her knees unpacking tho three big baskots Honoy yan looked up In say quickly dar go olo Miss Iuyii mi her two guls You run an tell deui ter como cat wld olo muretcr Muybyynu dont members it but ley wuz hii bes friends foro deo looked an bttyed dut placo so fur way rrost do creek Ill bring them Kob said darting away Mr Topmurk tried to follow but Eat your she waved him back saying dinner sir I am going to hunt up 20 people As ef you wunt takln my heart an ho began iu gallant appclituwithyoul You aint no business tor piolcst leave mo You know I jest come hero fer tho sake er talkin ter you They aint nothiu clso in tho world would mnko me willin ter Joso mayby 25 wuth oer Sunday trado You had better go and savo it Kob Here Alum Liza Give Mr broko in Topmark liis dinner quickl Get tiio You Then to him best in the basket must go I shall nut talk to you any more und I shall not go home with you Tliauk you for my rido iu that beautiful now rig Thank you too for letting me mako pcoplo open their eyes so But dont wait It is not tho least use I wont my young lady Mr Top mark muttered to himself Then ho said uloud Ef youwant well you Miss Kob Id git mad as Tucker I wouldnt tako what you jest now tolo mo from nary nothcr livin woman But you caiut bluff mo off I tell you that right iu -- aaruiifl got tno Upon Every and wrapper of tho genuine Dr Bells Is printed the above design It Is both trnde mark and guarantee a warrant thnt the medi cine contained In tho bottle will euro coughs cotds and all lung throat nnd chest trotiblos more quickly and effectually than any other remedy Bottle making your guess It U not necessary to write out the full Aly guess for missing word for MARCH sentence simply write In It is quoted from a prominent writer upon economic subjects Is Subscribe for The DR BELLS weekly Constitution AT ATLANTA aaE Pine Tk X PUBLISHED GA ar-Honey -T- IN CONNECTION WITH Breckenridge News U mother Praised be nil practical men who nre not confused by the noise of many 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will pay out about 3000 in cash premiums in this contest If more than one person name the proper word the amount will be equally divided between them The Weekly Constitution Is the Greatest Weekly Newspaper in the World with a circulation of 56000 It covers the whole world in its news service and covers the news 0 the United States in minute detail with 12 pages 7 columns to the page 04 Columns Every Week Â¬ 1 Hair brushes cembs at Babbages line now I Oh I dont want to bluff you off If I did I should not try words Nothing short of dynumito could possibly do Kob said smiling tranquilly as that sho walked away She hud still tho sense of being outsido herself ofwatching a double who laughed and jested and even got n dull amusement from Topmurk s antic h what timo her real self was in thu depths of woo Sho began to feel too thut sho must bo rid of him ut all hazards So sho almost run after Mrs Payne who hud been her mothers dear est friend and so long ns they were close neighbors Kobs own especial prov Â¬ SoTra Like lo Riad Doed Hovshl e Enough For all the Winter Evenings ALMOST FREE TOWH ft OtilWrt v idence She wns n big woman with n plncld pinky face almost without wrinkles under beautiful white hair Her two daughters wero tall aud as thin ns tho mother was plump though they hud tho sauio fine bluoeyes nnd wholesome sun ny smile As thoy shook hands with Mr McGregor ho said a littlo anxiously So that girl of liiino found you in spito of tho crowd I hopoyou aro going to help me keep her iu bounds today Never yon mind about tliio girl I remember her of old tho best bad child und worth any threo good ones that ever trod shoo leather Susan the elder of the Payne girls said heartily Im so glad Uncle Kobert to find her just tho same Its refreshing to en counter anybody who dares to bo natural I dont think girls wore meant to bo liko lumps of putty ready and wait ing to bo crushed iu any crevice handy No I dont liko that sort Mr Top mark interposed as gallantly as a man might with liis mouth full of cheese cuke Miss Payne looked him over from head to foot then said carelessly I should think girls would scarcely interest u gentleman of your ago I huvo not seen you beforo sinco your unspeakable loss Mr Topmark So I Mrs Payne interposed mildly must say hew 1 sympathize with you so sudden and terriblo aud so entirely unforeseen Your wifo was I think 20 years yuungor tliau yoursolf Yes poor Louisa Sho was os good Mr Topmurk a wifo us ever man had snid reddening fuiutiy Still Mrs Payne Ivo near got over my grief But Im that lonesomo I dont moan ter bo long without somebody iu her pluije A minute of heavy silence and thou everybody began talking nt ouco aud very fast Under cover of it Mr Top mark shuffled away As ho shook up tho bay trotter he gavo a low contemptuous whistle saying to himself Im glad I spit it out But Lord how they looked liko Id said I was crhorsothiof An fer jest uothln at all Poor Louisa is us dead as ever sholl be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ religion Is there 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or taste believing it to We warn Regulator you that unless the word Regulator is en tho package or bottle that it is not Simmons No one else makes or Liver Regulator ever haa made Simmons Liver Regulator or anything called Simmons Liver Regulator but J If Zeilin Co and no medicine made We alone can by anyone else is the same put it up and we cannot be responsible if other medicines represented as the samo do not help you as you are led to expect they will Boar this fact well in raind iryou have been in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regula- Â¬ tor because the name was somewhat like it and the package did not have tho word Regulator on it you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all The Regulator has been favorably known for many years and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague Bilious Fever Constipa- Â¬ tion Headache Dyspepsia and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver We ask you to look for yourselves and see that Simmons Liver Regulator which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper and by our name is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator J II ZKILIN A CO bo Simmons Liver wlfor J- beau-ti-fu- Â¬ f SimmoHM Livtr Regulator Tko er feeling you thinkers should have in IvUan ntar 12 45pm 7 65 in tho presence of tho proofs that both 12 30 Kentucky St 743 7 2S 8 45 Wcstloint 11 Mam TC4 church and school full short of their pow- Â¬ 7 2 8 48 11 C2 Howard 7 11 81 Wlllowdale 1143 ers Said he In archery we have some- Â¬ 7 37 63 74 Ui Hock Haven 1137 67 Medlnm US thing like the way of tho superior man 7 60 6 41 Long Branch 1130 DIG 76U Creamery llrundenburg 1122 6M When the archer misses tho centre of the 8 08 9 25 11 li Kkron 6f0 Kaas 933 816 Guston 618 target ho turns round aud seeks fjrtho 8 21 lilt ft III Kreih 9 41 Irvington 1055 FEATUEKS 8 XI 9 48 cause of his failure in himself 1040 Webster 557 Prime white goeie 916 Lodlburg 1037 o49 It will not do to cry out desp rately 8 40 1013 1029 847 Mixed llerce 542 10 07 10 21 Sa iple 8 52 617 Old ihat immigration is the souici of failure II OU Stcplicnsport 1015 1016 610 No lduok 1021 for many of thu most conservative ele Â¬ 9 01 10 08 Addison 5 25 POULTRY 1022 1005 907 Holt 623 ments in tho community have come re liens per lb Cioverpnrt 1035 9 20 9 52 511 23 9 48 Shops Spring Cblckeni por dos 518 r cently from abroad Ono illustration 9 33 10SS Skillman 9 4 57 93 lot Ducks per lb iOSO will sufllco The purest American blood 9 45 910 liawesvlllc 447 Ueeie per doi 1107 4 0 918 95 letrie POTATOES undiluted Anglo Saxon for two centuries 1113 U58 4 3t 1alcon 912 Irish per barrel LeMisport 10 08 1122 4 0 0 0J rati bo found in the two rural counties of 1015 1129 1 19 Wullman 8 65 New ha 11 8 rowers 8 46 4 10 Deluwaro Yet in no regions of tho coun- 10 25 Hneet potatoes per bbl 8 31 3 69 lates Prom store 2 to 6 ets higher English is hardly spoken 10 38 1149 try even a here 10 43 Owcnsboro 115Jim 8 25 3 49 Navy Deans per bushel 1211pm Muttmiily 813 313 would it be porBlblo to Hud more ubuse 1100 11 05 1216 Griffith 818 311 noois of thu voting power 8 04 1108 1220 btanley 3 3 Oinseng 12 2il 1115 Worthlngton 7 68 3 21 Sonica Snake It will not do tc c y out tuit population 1123 1233 Heads 751 316 Pink Spottsvills 7 43 310 has increased so rapidly that it bus out Â¬ 1131pm 12 41 1138air 1J48 7 36 llassett Yellow 304 run all attempts to cope with it for your U55pin 01pm ar Itcndero Iv 720am 260B Wild linger Lady Slimier eg nicies for good your engines for the May Appl destruction ol evil have more than kept Illood up with it as a whole II L St L Ry FordsvlJo Branch FIELD SEEDS Far from it being a fact that evil work- Â¬ Timothy per Wuibel Clover per bushel ers come alone from those that religion TIME TABLE No 0 Crimson Clover per bushel and education have failed to reach it is lied Top pej bushel true that scholars secular and religious TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1896 Orchard Grass per bushel Illue Urusi funoy p r bushel are fn pent among our criminals that West Bound Trains Hast Bound Train Blue Oran extra per buibel Dally Daily Dally Dally Onion Sets Yellow per bushel some oven drenched with the droppings ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sur White of thu sanctuary take th ir share iu evils No 2 No No6 Nol HIDES 11 10am Ly Irvington A 9 20atn of every description Oreensood 1160 Garncld 810 Dry Salt good It will not do to afllrm the will of God 1205pm Harned 750 12 12 7 40 Junction Dry flint good in the birth of idiots and the develops 12 72 7 80 Hardlnsburr Sheep skins 12 35 Junction 715 meut of insanity for sIeuco will disprove 1268 Kirk TOO WOOL your quibble and afllrm that much If Jolly 110 660 Tub washed Olendeane 128 6 30 Orease fine not all is proventlble by eaue knowledge Dempster 135 6 20 Durry 165 rFalliftoutthlv 600 of the laws of life subjects that in yonr D 2 20 Dempster 6 37 strange timidity you are almostafraid to Burry and Cuts Rock vale 230 627 342 Huto 516 MISCELLANEOUS msntlon ubove your brrath 2 54 Asklns 6 08 Â¬ I I I LOUISVILLE UT Feb 9 1887 Shippers should mirk all packages plainly with shippers name and poit offics address BUTTER 11 Oholoe country 12 8 17 The Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Nowspaper in the world Price 5c a copy By mail 2 a year Addrcan THE SUN JVoiv York O Q 40 36 16 25 10 20 IS 41 3S Xt 00 A GREGORY Wharfmasters CL0VERP0BT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY Steamboat Agent bi di J 4 7 R 765l0 1 Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company J Su 76 7513 00 00 00 Q 240 25 275 61 Doors Sasb Bllnda Yellow Pine Floor Ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement os 5 M Q si t 1 Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished forvBulfdfags and Building Material V Vi 4 go 3 00 go 1 10 86 65 1 25 140 The well known Brands of h J60 8 9 10 SJ 11 40 10 Q i 15 9 1 an a 18 u 4J 8 fit 10 Is It itot beyond all quesion a need for V 3 09 3 30 Mitchell JiOpw ArVordsvillsLv Oaks J 4 50 41 TlllOfMHIMHlHHstllMIMMMMHHM Molasses j Stain Sorghum UttM spfWIWWWPiuPilwiini wtm w rmu Awn riled Ttm Judge T II McBealh Highest Honors dr Worlds Fair wealths Attorney i CREAM 1illBM feiHiSJiil -- Ajrswa VRwff MOST A PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream ofTaitir Powiler Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard y Breckenridge News 10 WEDNESDAY FEBKUAKY 1897 LOCAL BREVITIES V quite sick Sulzere Little Josle Berry lins measlesr Cattle are all starving In Louisana Try the Mitchell Hotel every thing new Walter Sirnrt went to Owensboro Sunday Fat liens wanted cash Gregory Gibson Virgo laynr of Kirk was in the city Sunday New valencienne and Smyrna laces Sulzers Forty men are at work In Paces tobac- Â¬ co factory Arthur Boards bright face was again with us yesterday Little Miss iMaud Witt returned to Rosolta yesterday Manager Heron of the short line rail- Â¬ road is rushing things A complete change at the Mitchell Hotel every thing new Mrs Till Pauley is confined to her room with the measles Satisfaction to all at the Mitchell Hotel every thing ntw Miss Lillie Moredock of- Louisville is visiting Miss Katie Sawyer M W Mitchell went to Louisville last Friday on business Five ladles were baptised at the Bap tist church Sunday night Born to the wife of Alex Ahl Tobl part a fine girl Thursday Feb 4 Frank Burdette of Patrsville has en- Â¬ tered the High School in this city W I Vickery of Evausvllle post office Inspector was in the city yesterday N B Rice went to Owensboro yester Â¬ day with two hogsheads of tobacco The curfew law where ever it has been adopted has proven to be a success Gus Gibson has rented Mrs Annie Newsoms property on second street January was a Dmni Itiview siys month of disappointments in business Sherman Ball of Hardinsburg was here Thursday interviewing the voter James Fenn and Miss Ida Woods of Kirk were the guests of Mis Delia Batt Sunday Mrs Chas Jennings and daughter Annie who have been quite sick are improving The Pattern Vitrified Brick Works are shipping daily two car loads of brick to Is Hazel Holder Now embroidery y - W t tho city Sunday burg Mr J E Keith lias Just erected a handsome jirniillo monument In mem Â¬ ory of Mrs Eliza Holt in tho Oglesjy cemetry The Sir Itigon will leavo Hawisville Friday evening and the Tarascon will leave Ijulsvllle Thuisiny evening for Evansvllle Lost A center piece embroidered In morning glories Finder will please return to Mis Iteno Dujrger and re ceivo reward F J Ferry muster mechanic of the L if k St L at the the shops In this city Is very proud of the parlor cars that will be ready nhout Feb 15 Cut this advertisement out and return it to us with 8 cents in stamrs and we will send you by return mall a buzz bell a very amuselng toy for young folks Cloverport Ky Tho tremendous gorge in the Ohio which has broken above here has done very littlo damage at this point A few skiffs have been carried oil J L and J Fankel ot Louisville were In tho city Monday lo look after a suitable location to established a mercantile bubinecs In this city T F Logan of Friars Point Miss W K and It B Logan of Troy Ind were guests of their brother Prof J II B Logan Saturday and Sunday Owen Cnnnlngham and Iteuben Mill- Â¬ er two good Republican candidates from Hardinsburg were here Thursday putting their case before the boys M W Mitchell proprietor of tiie Mitchell Hotel has made a clean sweep of all the old furniture of the old Clover port Hotel and has replaced it with now David B G Rose who has charga of the country circulation of the Louis-Â¬ ville Post spent Friday here He is a hustler and secured a creditable list for his paper The Young Ladies Parsonage and Homo Mission Society will meet with Miss Maggie Bowmer this afternoon at 2 JO p m All members requested to be present Mrs John M Windelkln accompanied by her daughter Miss Kate and son Willian of Elkton South Dakota will spend a few weeks with her son Henry Wiudelkin The Democratic vote in Owen county is increasing rapidly a few days ago a lady of that county gave birth to four boy babies Tho mother and babies are all doing well Mr Will Gist and sister Emma who have been in Standing Rock Tenn for luito awhile returned to this city last week on their way to Patesville where their parents reside The Steamer Cloverport was whistling yesterday as though in distress Her owners are keeping a watchful eye over She Is safely harbored In the her mouth of Clover creek Mr J A Miller of Pine Bluff Atk brother of Mrs E M Lalleist uod her sister Mrs Julia Hunter of near Inde Â¬ pendence Mo arrived Monday to be with her for a few weeks Frank Eskridge a fa mer residing near Hardinsburg and who works on sheriff Silas Pates farm raised last year 000 bushels of corn on 20 acres with a single plow and did all the work him- Â¬ Â¬ and CommonWeed Clielf were in enrouto to Hardins Â¬ BREGKENRIDGK NKWS GLxOVEiRFORT KY PARLOR OARS Tutts Pills ri rt tit o Cure All CONFIDENCE Tho Ahita Hall tho Soon b9 on Hie Cambridge Will Anil Tha Manchestor Texas Liver IllSa To those living ii malarial districts Tutts Pills They Are Models of Modern Beau- Â¬ system in ty and Comfort and Travelers Will be Ploased etc indifpcnriblc they keep the perfect order and are an absolute cure THEY MOVE THE UNIVERSE They came tho ships to sail the sea the trains to speed across tho country the wheels of Industry to turn the merchant to bo more nlert to business to offer stronger attractions to the trade We are ever on tho alert to help you save a dollar Hero In another proof of tho fact fur sick NOW ALMOST READY Tutts Liver Pills WEBSTER Hotel to be Built Soon Mrs Geo Nicholson Dead Mud knee deed las Kurtz is on tho sick list Dick Sliellmnil was here last week Dont get mad over your valentine This town will soon haven forty dollar Wo have an assorted lot of standing collars in siveral slzjs they are clieap at 15 cents each Put we must try nnd get our stock reduced and in order to do bo we will offer them this week nt a price that will soon clean up the stock Your clioico this week headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ tion and all bilious diseases Suth Thos H Hamilton Candidate For County Attorney Meade County Herewith is presented a splendid cut the gracious physiognomy of the goni al Thos II Hamilton candidate for re election to the office of Prosecuting Attorney of Meade county Mr Hamilton was born in Big Bend Meade county Ky March 7 1830 Ho Is a sin of David R Hamilton who moved from Nelson county to Branden burg In tho early part of Meade countys history and after Jiving there a number of years moved to Big Bend His moth- Â¬ er was formerly Miss Tennessee Watlien daughter of Thomas Wathen of Nelson county The subject of our sketch has spent most of his life in Meade county and wtis educated in the common schools there with the exception of two years at what was then known as Salem Col- Â¬ lege at Garnettaville Ky and conduct- Â¬ ed at that time by ProfietsDrs W B Hayward Treldkell and Bruner After leaving school he taught in tho common schools of Meade county for eight yeais and six consecutive years were taught in one district that known as Black Jack district five miles uorthof BigSpring Ho grnduated from the Louisville Law School in the clas of April 18S5 and commenced the practice of law iu Brandenburg the same year Politically he has always been a Democrat and was never known to scratch a ticket and best of all he has always believed that the free and unlimited coinago of both gold and silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 was part of Democracy Iu August 1800 he was elected to the office of County Attorney of Meade couuty having been nominated a few months previous by the Democratic party In November 1891 he was reelected to tho same office and is now asking for a second endorsement of his party for tho same place Tom Hamilton is a polished gentleman iu every rtspect Ho has filled tho office of Attorney of Meade county with credit to himself and to his county His qualifications are unquestltned and ho performed his duties towards the com- Â¬ monwealth with a fearless but just hand No criminal esrnpes the punish Â¬ ment due him while at the same time no innocent person is persecuted He is Meado countys best material nnd the Democrats there will make no mistake when they again nominate him for the place to which he aspires of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ self Sulzjrs make another special offer to the young folks in their regular adver- Â¬ Owensboro Tho Ladles Cooking Club meets AVed nesday night at the residence of Mrs G W Short The old sillier property on Main street has been given a bright green coat of paint Old manse maple syrup in bit lee very superior gooJs try a bottle Greg Â¬ GILbdu ory Tho lawyers are all attending Circuit Court which is in session at Hardins- Â¬ burg this week G P Napper went to Stephensport Sunday to see his brother Dr Napper who is quite ill Mr and Mrs Wm Hofllus were called to Owensboro last week to attend the funeral of their niece Mr and Mrs Orvllle Gregory of Victoria spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Lucy G Gregory Miss Lsla Henley post mistress of this city has been confined to her room since Sunday with la grippe A water tricycle is the latest Invention in this line It has a speed of eighteen to twenty miles an hour 0 W Satterfield left Monday to take his old placo in Pineville store of the Breckouridye Co limited Wm OConnell Louisville came down lost week to attend the fuueral of his sister Mis Mary Uaffey MIsj Jesse Kyler of Hawesville who has been the guest of Miss Lula Nicholas returns home this morning J D Hambleton and his auut Mis Marion Hambleton arrived in the city yesterday from Henderson J D Isome and grand daughter Eva went to Henderson yesterday on their way to Evansvllle lo visit relatives David Plank engineer on tho L 11 St Louis Hallway camo home very sick Suuday night He is now getting hotter Geo 0 Pattjn of LouHville was a passenger on yesterdays west bound train James B Fisher joined for Owensboro him here Â¬ Â¬ tisement this week We hope our little folks readers will try their hand per- Â¬ haps they may secure the nico pair of skates Haden Miles has sold his stock of goods tit Rock Haven to S 0 Downs and moved to the country He Is a candi- Â¬ date for County Clerk of Meade county and will enter into an active canvass from now on till the primary A mile from town a bald head eagle said to measure seven feet from tip to tip was seen perched in tho top of a tree yesterday morning by one of the fireman on tho Texas road He could not tell whether or not this was the one that had a bell around its neck E B Oglesby went to Louisville last week to secure a nun to drive his dairy wagon and to do his milking After staying three days in the city and walk- Â¬ ing himself down lie failed to find a man who was willing to come Ho says men would rather live In the city and starve than come to the country and work for fair wages By agreement of county committee men county candidates and local can Â¬ didates for the psst ofllce at Cloverport and in accord with a lengthy petition sent to Chairman there will be an elec- Â¬ tion for post master Saturday Feb 27 in a separate room from the regular primary Posters will be out soon giv Â¬ ing full particulars Â¬ Something-- to Depend On Mr James Jonts of the drug firm of Joins Son Cowden III iu speaking of Dr Kings New Discovery sajs that last winter his wife was attacked with La Grippe and her cans grew so serious that physcians at Cowden and Pana could do nothing for her It seemed to develop into licsty Consumption Having Dr Kings Now Discovery in stoie and selling lots of it he took a bottle home and to the surprise of all alio began to get better from first dose and half dozen dollar bottles cured her S3und and well Dr Kings New Dseovery for Consumpt- Â¬ ion Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to do ths good work Try it Free trial bottle at A R Fishers Drug Store Â¬ Oil or ah ut Feb 15 tho new parlor cars will bo placed on tho passenger trains of tho Louisville Henderson St linls railroad TheBe cars were purchased hist fall nnd havo been in tho Texas Bhops In tliis city for nearly three months under- Â¬ going repairs nnd a thorough preparation for service and the work now is almost completed For elegance btauty convenience nnd comfort these parlor cars will not be surpassed by any that run out of tho city of Lousvillo Under ho direction of Mas Â¬ ter Mechanic F J Ferry and the artistic taste and skilled hand of S II McCrack on foreman of the paint shop assisted by Oscar Holmes a first class jiurnoyinan these rusty looking old jades within a few weeks time have been converted into palace cars of almost living beauty 1 hy were built several years ago by the Woodruff Silver Palace Car Com- Â¬ pany of Rochester N Y before that company consolidated with the Pullman As they now Company of Chicago stand ready for tho Texas tley are refitted with the noted Allen wheelsvtho finest in the world and almost noiseless as they run The outside of the coaches nre everything that artistic taste could suggest and skilled hands execute while inside they are simply poems of elegauce and beauty Tho Whitehall and tho Cambridge are twins in inuke up finish nnd furni ture They are each fifty one feet in length between tho sills and oi standard width The finish inside is of old time black walnut with the most beautiful curley walnut panels while between the windows and at tho ends are lino mirrors of heavy ground plate glass Tho main apartments are thu drawing room aud thu Btnokiug parlor The drawing room is furnished with elegant parlor chairs nnd settees upholstered wilii tho best of hair cloth and covered witli snow whito linen tidies Thu win dows are broa and handsome and tidi Â¬ ly curtained and tho il or is carpeted with heavy Brussols of attractive ilurts The smoking car is a duplicate of the drawing room witli tho single exception of being furnished with upholsered wicker cliaits and settees instead of par- Â¬ Besides tliesu apartments lor chairs tliero is an observatory at onu end and between the drawing room and smoking room is a single stateroom of moderate size furnished to harmoirzj with other surroundings Tho Manchester is just now receiv ing the finishing touclus iu the paint shop It is eight feet longer than tho others and has two observatory ends It also has two staterooms in the center opening iuto each other and at ranged with sliding doors bo that tho two rooms may be thrown iuto oue at the will of the occupants making it convenient and cozy here for wedding or fuueral parties Tho chairs and settees of tho Manches Â¬ ter being upholstered iu brown silk plush are a little more elegant in appear- ance tlmn tliosa iu the Whitehall aud Cambridge but iu other respects they are the same All these coachts are supplied with lavatories aud closets and other conven lencies while a special porter for each car will be in constant attendance They are truly palacial homes for tho traveler aud they will soon become favorites along tho entire line of the Texas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 5c hotel Kd Poole of Jefferson county Is visit- Â¬ ing here V Horn to tin of fien Knlililnn IpIi 7th a boy The torch of reduction lias been applied to every department burning profits Tliero were teveral candidates in our to the edge In order to be ready for spring goods which will soon bo here midst lost week the cry make room Make ready when a large stock to confront lieiij liflBhani moved from lure to you make It necessary to push out various lines of goods Ekron last week Now is your chance to save dollars It L Iophain will move here from Louisville shortly Quite a number went from here to We want to see how many girls nnd and bojs can write an advertisement IiardiiiHlmrg Monday To the girl or boy who will write an advertisement on one of tho four subjects Miss Shumate of lilg Spring is visi SPUING CLOTHING CHILDKKVS SHOES SPUING DUESS GOODS or ing her sister Mrs II C Stewart GUOCEUiES nnd send it to us by April 1st The one writing the best one to be This week the boys will go off on a vis- judged by competent po isors wo will give to the lucky one A Pair of Good Skates it and send valentines buck to the grand and have their advertisement printed iu this space vr We have just secured a new brand of Coffee called PAUTOLA It was put up in pound package to sell for 15 cents per package tliesa who havo used it say it is equal to the higher priced coffees Wo only havo one case and in order to introduce it on the market will sell a pound package for COPPBE 10c Another Special Offer to Boys and Girls Â¬ jury T It Henderson attended quarterly meeting nt Kphesus last Saturday nnd Suuday It is pretty well authenticated that Will Hall cariies a regular conjuring rab Â¬ bit foot Geo Kjbhins will probably be the Populist candidate for constable in this district Uepublicans hero seem to be manifest Â¬ ing considerable Interest In the approach Â¬ ing primary Joe Jeffries went to Meadow Iawn last Saturday to see his mother who is seriously ill h M Matheny says he has been strongly solicited to make tho race for representative Mrs Letitin 1rout of Corbin Ky after several weeks visit hero returned home last Monday nnd was accompanied as far us Louisville by her sister Miss Lizzie Hall Mrs Geo Nicholson after a lingering illness of several months died here the -- itli tilt Kyery one who knew her was her friend aud her severe sufferings were borne witli the greatest Christian fortitude all through her mouths of ullliction SULZERS CLOVERPORT KY Jreed JLivery AND oale otable Having purcliasetl the livery stable formerly 11111 by R IL Pierce it is our aim to run a lirst ciass stable New stock and vehicles will be atlclctl from time to time and you can have the assurance of getting a good lig guaranteed given to all and proper treatment A share will be Tho Most Wondereul Dog in America As the west bound passenger train came in yesterday morning at the depot the mail car was the source of much attraction When tho doors were opened for the exchange of malls that most won derful dog of all dogs inado his appear ance loaded down witli medals of every description 4fe is known to every one of Uncle Sams employes as Ouey aud probably tliero is not a person in the world that lies traveled over this country Oney a ml abroad as much as Onuy hails from Buffalo ami Is now getting along in years It is said that when on reaching a city of any note Ouey would nt once jump Into the mall wagon and go to the post office but he is getting so old now he has to be lifted into them Ho reached Louisville Monday evening from Indianapolis and is now on Ids way South Â¬ Â¬ of your patronage solicited and satisfaction Â¬ HEYSEE STADEE CLOVESPOKT KY iiiJ Its Practical Economy To trade with this store Qualities arc not sacrificed to price and yet prices are never high Huying for cash brings many a price saving hero for you We get the best things and sell them as close to cost as we can irri loj BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Susan Tiiplett an aged lady is critically ill T J Jolly is attending court this week Story of a Wooden Tooth An interesting and laughable story Is told on one of Clovernorts prominent young men It seems that a notable wedding was to take place and this I Deaths Thos C Dowvll n former resident of this city and who has many friends hero died nt his home at Walnut Itldgp Ark last week Giorgo Mimn an old rsslJjnt of tho Pisgah neighborhood near this city died last Monday ho was In his 70 jear Mrs Mary Ilniiey widow of James Haffey died at her homo near Klik Wedni s lay Feb il Sho was 15 years old and leaves seven children thu young est of whom is 10 years Mrs Ilalley was tho daughter of Mrs Mary OConnell living near this city Sho firs many relatives and friends hero who will regrot to hear of her death Sho was buried nt St Romuilds cemetry Hardinsburg Bob MiQuady son of J E Metjuady Louisville accidentally shot nnd killed himself last Monday while fooling with a gun Ho was in lis 10 year On Fdb 4th tho death angel quietly entered the home ol Ben F and Laura Hardin and took their darling Iem Leotl a bright child of sovon peacefully passed over thu beautiful river Sho was laid to rest in the Walnut Grovu emietrv funeral services conducted by Rev J O Argabrlght Â¬ Â¬ P Hoarseness leads to serious Irritation of the throat and may end in a racking rasping cough From this condition it is but a step to serious luog trouble Dr will quickly clear Bells the throat and leao the voice clear and smooth It Is an Infallible remtdy fur all disorders of the throat and lungs Get a bottle to day L C Payne a farmer residing nr or Horned was visited Saturday night Feb 0 by a burglar He entered the house during the night and went Into Mr Paynes room not disturbing him in the least secured his sons pants which con Â¬ tained I i 85 He then escaped leaving the pantaloons hanging on the corn crib and helped himself to quite a good deal ot Mr Paynes corn He is still at largo E Avitt has entered school at Vl paraso lud and wants tho News sent He says it is like a letter from to him M young man would without question receive an invitation Two or three days Uefore the wedding camo off he had the mlsfortuno to lose one of his front teeth and the affair being so near at hand it didnt give him time to go to a dentiBt This placed him In quite a quandary He would occasionally go before the mirror and snlle to see if his misfortune could easily be detected It disfigured him so that he almost gave out the idea of goin Then the thought occurred to him to get a piece of pine aud cut it down as near like a tootli as possible he did so and inserted it and covered it with white waxwhich proved to answer the purpose Ho attended the wedding and everything passed off pleasantly uutil the hour for partaking of the sumptuous repist had arrived He enjiyed all the different courses until the last oue was reached which was coffee He hesitated but thinking that his wooden tootii iial gme through so far without giving any trouble ho would tackle it After drinking tho coffee his tootli began to svell and uuoy cd him considerably until finally he was compelled to take onu Ids lady friends iuto his confidence and asked her to perform the fact of extracting it Shu failed and It grow so bad that he had to go and get a coloioJ helper to secure a pair of pullers and pull the tootii out He has never attempted the like again M P Payne and TJ Jolly attended quarterly meeting nt Kphesus last Sun day Mr David Haulaway called on Miss Stella Paul last Sunday W Arthur Walker is attending a leutal collego in Louisville aud will remain until June Pro Walton filled his ligular appoint Â¬ ment at IheM K church last Sabbath Alf Taylor of Itosetta was iu town Saturday Hon OIibs Blanford went to Hardint burg Monday Walker A Taylor received 000 lbs of tobacco last Saturday afternoon The Methodists will begin a protracted From 50 cts to 400 meeting here in about threu weeks How can you do with Â¬ which will bo conducted by Hev J J nil christians cmno out and out a pair at such prices Smith Let ae slst Dto Smith to drive old satau from our midst Gregory Gibson CLOVERPORT KY IRVINGTON CASH STORE LEADER IN PRICES SHOES DRY GOODS Dont get in your head that some other town can show a better assortment We are up to date ssojr no MOTHERS 95 Shortens lutior lessens pain illmtnlwhiR thiiiurr to lira of matlK r urnl UilUl uutl kiu bur In condi both tion moro lutoruulo to vpccJy rtcovery Stron ior nftcr tlmn licfoio i nnttnoimit u iiromliciit tnUulre la tho Lest remedy Vs 34 Card of Thanks Jollyh Station Ky K b 8th 1897 Mr and Mrs H M MtGnry extend their heaitfolt thanks to tho kind friends nnd neighbors in and around Jollys Station for their kind attention paid to their daughter Mrs Jennlo llurch dur ing her late illness We pray that God will blets you all Uispectfully HlLAIIY AND MUH1IK McGaUY Every tiling pertaining to the Housekeepers wnnts GROCERIES LI3STH OOnvrFLBTDEl C P VITTITOE IRVINGTON KY For Sale nfilie lruitifiil II Murray anil wife Kvclyn N Murray to the undeftitfurU at Truitre and at tho H under retuel of lllantoii Duntun lib rf qui lenient in front tie u auction of trim iletil I will aril at oifica at Cltvtrnnrl Ky at noon on Wed the Iott noday Ihi loth dav nl February 1847 A rcrtaln tract of Untl containing 1364 acret inora or le liuled within lU unlet u Cluverport near the llardintburir tumpke tho time having been convey ed to the raid Ili II Murray liy David K Murray 1111J wuo bv deed dated August 30th I he lund It eatily teen llnirailjccnttnthobrickworVt Sale One third itkh balance In one Ternu of and two eart wlih lltn notet on the property At Tiuitre of certain rroterly Ulmijing lo ilia Into III II Murruyand lo cmy out I ho cmulitiom FOR RISING BREAST CASTORIA For Tief4- tlmlli Hunts and Children IfM Htff tftuw 5 - - f home And so it is There Is nothing bo dear to a boy or girls heart away from home at school as tho old home paper Every line iu it Is read with interest God blees the dear boys and girls away from home at school or in any other call Â¬ ing Our heart goes out in sympathy to every one of them There Ib no placo like home Mr Eobb Not Dead Known and wbrtti tho Jirlco for that nlone Kmlorxril niul rccoiniiicmUd It was reported some time ago that Mr all luillon wholiwe lifted It by mldwlica and lluwuro of hubstltutcs and Imitations James Robb a cltiztn of Hancock county had died of trichinosis A gentleman from that county however yesterday Makes Ghild Birth Easy staled that Mr Jubb Is alive aud on the Sent by KxproM or will oil receipt of price road to recovery The disease Is gener Â¬ flixi pr IxXlla llonlc TO MOTIIEUH1 ally caused from eatiug pork containing mulled free con talolut toluntury UstlmonluU tticrlna a small worm which multiplies BtUUtlELD ltUiUUTOlt CO ATLANTA OA very fast Owensboro Messenger SOLD DT AM pnCQQiaTS Â¬ Two men whoso nanus could not be learned were seen to paw Hawesville yesterday morning about U oclock on a partial raft ot logs out in the middle of the river From what ran bo gathered the agont of the L II A St U railway whose olllco is near the river attentlou was first attracted to them by their Tho screauu calling for assistance steam furry boat was lying at the wharf but did not have any steam up and could not render them any aid and their being such a heavy Ibw of ice It was impca I ble for men to got to them I BLUE SPRING HERD Improved Chetter While and Poland rhln llradley No 7 343 id Iigt elthej vex wine lllli Cyclone neautmy herd Alto b L Wyandottct 11 1 Hocli I Drama 1IIU S C II Leghorns and HmbJen tieete gf Ugga floa per 1 tcorinir prim ioik reatonable packed tir shipping and I J 00 per 7 carefully Your patrunii kindly tolUicd tatltfictloa guaranteed impeviiuiiv W iiArAHNaviuim Mute jtj roil SAIK CIIEAI UOAN O MlKUAYTiuitee A pair rf your u match inuet foul and 6e eltrt old mellbrotound very ic nllc will worn buy whtra Any ore wailing tutu a ifUiuaHii and lee Ihim at my faim nrur llardinthurfiJT ail dru it m IAlKICKTKArF Or V C IlibBuge lUrdiatbunf Ky For Sale llAirll W7nted Send us your printing il it la first class wotlcyouw after Hbkckeniuikik Nkwh Una Salointu to tellI a very i reaot oJimbV of luluicailnir til CO Liberal teimt lu good inen Cleveland QMu lUferencev Ount lira Ittre4i or Stat Nation 4 al Hank ol Clcvvuod O irtlr i Mtr jywbffBypfcMijMkf 6 Breckenridge News TOR BREXGKRNRIIDQR NEWS GLOYBRPORT KY BRANDENBURG Mrs lHand is nble to bo up Mrs Rhodes is much better Will Howard h quite sick of typhoid fever but is getting along nicely Tho Kpwortli Lague held devotional Mko biliousness djsjicpsli headache consti- Â¬ pation sour stomach Indigestion are promptly Utey do their wnrk cured by Itnmti Illls dor the careers of Stonewall Jackson and Albert Sidney Johnson Hut nil IIicm WEDNESDAY 1EUIlUAItY 10 1697 do not cotupleto the glory of the night but it lias Its fullncfs in the countlem EX CONFEDERATE myriad of nameless stars at they troop THE toward tho Milky Way and In them I see the cohorts of Confederate soldiers whose deeds of daring gave new lustre to the pages of history and w hose splendid Eloquent and Touching Tribute By heroism made Imperishable Imprr sj on Much tho heattnud mind of the world Mr Vordory cheering A Liver Ms JT Horo In War Peace Always An Honor To His Country New A Nobleman In olk1nlune The seventh nnnunl banquet ol Hie Confederate Veteran Camp of New York was held last nlRbt at the St Denis Ho-Â¬ tel Thcro were over 2oOeterans and guests present and tbo Inre ball was decorated with flags and banners bearing of the Southern StaUs s the and New York Col A O Dickinson commander of the camp presided In accordance with custom the first regular toast of tho evening was Gen ltobert 1 Lee whose memory is always specially honored at this dinner It was responded toby Comrade J B Wilkin sonw ho brieflybut gracefully dwelt upon the abiding love that every Confederate felt for the departed commander whose memory they had gathered to honor 1 n a speech full of eloquence and charm of language Marion J Verdery respond ed to the toast of The Kx Confederate He said The ex Confederate Boldier should be proud of his past satisfied with his pres ent and hopeful of his future He lias proven himself a hero in war a noble man in peace and an honor atulltinus to the land of his birth His record dur ing the war was that of supremo courage and his record since then has been that of heroic patience liing donn his shield and buckler at Appomattox be buttoned bis pirole beneath his faded jacket next to bis heart and returned homo to begin life anew The battles he had fought during the four long years of bloody struggle were not half so bard as the one which now confronted him and bow he has fought that hardest fight is set forth in the rehabilitation of his laud and the re establiVhment of his peoceats-of-armÂ¬ Â¬ ple and brijM lithe epitaph an anntl wrltci the night and ghostly head Telling wanderers in thi vatliy of ike tlrtuaa uf the dead Vet a lily Is their tomUtcne uidi dew drop pine In the The ex Confederate standing to day in unimpeachable loyality to our indissol uble Inion and vieing worthily with all others in upbuilding tho strength and glory of our Republic is also the hero of a past for which he has neither shame nor regret but which he holds as a hal lowed memory more precious than his birth right and as sacred ns his honor That past recalls to him a mighty strug gle recalls 6orrowsandsurering60 wide spread and intense that his whole land seemed then one vast altar on which ail the treasures and traditions of n people were laid in sacrifice for the faitli that was in them As a soldier the needs no eulogy His patience through privation outlasted the war it sslf and his behavior in battle gave him the glory of renown and an indisputable Apphuise1 title to knighthood Mute the war he has acquitted himself as a citien with all the credit which his credit as a soldier demanded He has trampled disaster under his feet has made the devastation of his native laud ghe place to new born thrift and pros perity he has rebuilded her destroyed cities and made the w ide fields that drank the blood of her sons rich again with the beauty of ripening fruit and the lmrvf fca of golden grain He has made his way to the front in every professional tailing In short he is to day a factor in all tho alluirs of our common country and can well allbrd to muster in driss parade be Â¬ fore all the world and count on unstinted praise and esteem The ex Confederate soldier is immortal He lies his plate in American history He has illumined its pages and enriched its theme While living he will always so impress himself upon the material and intellectual developements of the day as to be a self evident force in shaping the destiny of the country and when dead his mem ory will be forever Bafo in tho keeping of all who honor the true and the brave The dead Confederate shall never be forgot until tho splendid sliafta which to day rise heavenward in his honor crumble to dust until tho elements are less true to him than they were at Arlington on that memorable Decoration Day when the countless graves of the boys who wore the blue were hidden beneath a wealth of floral tributes while the graves of the unknown Confederate dead down he bind the hill were forgotten Dont you remember bow in the darkness of the night when thu world was asleep a great storm came out of the sky and the wind dipped down on those hills and gather ering great armfulls of ibwera from the favored graves bore them away to the graves of the unknown dead No Confederate soldier is buried out of mind for eveu those who sleep in the lastneBsts of Tennessee mountains or in the winding Virginia vallejs have their graves marked its Harry Flash to bweet ly said Though no thaft of pallid nwrble rears lu uhite Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mlntmf The ex Confderato Boldieriu the expo Â¬ nent of that short lived government of which a great hearted Englishman said No nation role o white and tiir None fell to pure of crime When I study the heavona by night and contemplate tho brilliancy of Jupi Â¬ ter Mars Saturn and Uranus I see In their shining glory a lit emblem o tno matchless record of our peerless Lee our intrepid Johnston our redoubtable For rest and our gallant Longetrcet and when the bright lulling meteors bteto their track o burnii g her uty acrowi the firmament I see In their shining splen- Â¬ services last Sunday afternoon Mrs Kula Young has a beautiful baby girl mother and baby doing well There will bo another dance before Isnt sets In Ltn have a fancy dress or 1 h n fill ycur gl uc fill them up to the li Im a inatquerade Well drink a deep lumber In honor of him Mrs JJ A Young is in Louisville to Of dear Johnny lteb In hi t J u let of gray Standing gmrj oer thought of a b gntediy meet her son Percy who has returned O Itlvtrof Years thou halt drowned that day from the South 1 hy derp flOHinfc current has bcrne it away Messrs Yates Shumate Stlth and Hut thy banks still tloom with memories bright Orla Woolfolk aro enrolled as pupils in And our toast Is to them and to Johnny to nght Brandenburg Normal Long continued applause and cheers Ohl Mr Editor news is scarce as Joseph Captain William Henry White they can Howard Jr and the U v Dr IUvi li sound money Democrats since vote in a silver primary ft reer nso Fpoke Brandenburg Normal opened auspiciously The measles thinned out the Cold and Grippe Cure again Dr Mendenhalls Cold and Grippe ranks but they will fall in Yes Bew ley vlllo Miss Lena Drury to cure Colds La Cure is guaranteed say no one Grippe Hiadache Neuralgia Aching still lingers and I can safely mldtt Conditions Prostration itc regictsher lingering stay in our feverish Hero measles II Measles measles For the Cough take Dr Mendenhalls there and everywhere young and old Cough and Consumption Cure big and little black and white no ser- Â¬ Notes ious cases bhe Mrs T B Kalrleigh has measles German Geo Sclilosser n cltien of Oweusboro wss killed Sunday had the same malady three years ago by a Texas passenger train It wph a case and sie feels that tills woild is not equally diyidtd when some escape en- Â¬ of deliberate suicide tirely W W Stone of Render is miming The candidates are hustling through- Â¬ Tth graph cllico is to be established at out the county The 13th of March will Hartford soon roll arouud to decide how the die A number of Adair county people are will be cast when disappointed ambition djlng from a disease known as black will find its graye tongucd erysipelas Mr Klisha Ashcialt has bid adieu to In Ovingsvlle a man traded a horse tho PopuliBls and come into the silver for three bonis of soup Wise men changt Democratic party Mr Ashcraft lies verified the truth of Hard Times parties are in order these days the old adage and rome into the party of his fathers selling in Atlanta Strawberries are The colored Comic Supplement to the Ga at 00c n quart The old Courier Journal is 11 daisy A business house at Glasgow is Ky organ of the South may forced to close its doois on account of all time honored have lost Lome of its admirers but It will the employes Laving tliemeasli s to myriads of hearts till Barren county courthouse will over be dear The time shall be no more soon be ready for occupaucy I havo been requested to name Mr Two weeks after the expiration of President Clevelands term He will be and Mrs LI Yeakels handsome home 1 have the name and will go break the 0 years old Head the Xkus and youll g t all the bottle of pure limpid waler over Lookout Tower and baptze a lovely home news where a lovely family dwells The Xuws is a household treasure The Louisville Post wants harmony in The bonny Ohio so long docile and politics quiet is crashing and smashing to day as Harmon Holmes is traveling through though nngry that she has been inter Â¬ Kentucky hitched to a cart pulling bU fered with We on her banks feel a He Is on his way littlo resentful too tl nt transportation wife and six children to Tennessee and travels four miles a and travel have ceased and imagine our- Â¬ day selves in an inland hamlt t The whistle A hlieide club has been formed at of the steamers will eoon be heard Harrodsburg Susan 11 Anthony has been clamoring for womens rights over in the Legisla Â¬ ture at Indianapolis She traces and treats the subject fluently and well be ginning with the Declaration of Inde pendence down to lb7 Aunt Susan is J she wants to emancipate her sex before she leaves this mundane sphere Bio Pate preached last Sunday morning and night He brought in some right good illustrations of godliness and ungodliness by telling of older folks giv Â¬ ing way to their temper and skating on The most horrible disease to which Sunday oh our good ministers catch on the human family is subject is conta- Â¬ to all thats going on in our little town gious blood poison It has nluajs They have to watch they dont have to baffled the doctors for notwithstanding in some branches oi it quire a little bird flits to and fro a the progress ntads medicine they have failed absolutely to carrier pigeon that reports truthfully and discover a cure for it Whether in the accurately all msJemeanors of the spir- Â¬ form of powder pill or liquid the doc- Â¬ itual lock tors prescription is always the same potash or mercury The First National Congress of moth Â¬ Air Otto H Elbert who resides at the ers to meet in Washington City on the corner of 221 Strict and Avenue N Galveston Texas had a severe experi- Â¬ 17th of this month will be a sgnifleant ence with this dreadful disease and event indeed in tho history of our pro under date of April 5th 1896 writes greisive American women This getting Several years ago I was so unfortu- Â¬ together of mothers marks an important nate as to contract contagious blood and was under treatment of the epoch in America as well as in the whole Eoison continuously for four world Its Influence is bound to be felt years As soon as I discovered that I had far aud wide for it will bring in contact I hastened to place myself the disease under the care of one of the foremost in close sympathy and touch men nud doctors in my State and took his women of national renown Their ad Â¬ treatment faithfully for several mon hs dresses nud discussions will be listened It was a very short time after he pro- Â¬ nounced me well that the disease broke to and read with warm interest which out afresh and I was in a far worse con- Â¬ will redound to the common good and dition that at first Large lumps formed advancement of enterprising women everywhere Mrs Cleveland has given her hearty endorsement This National Association will be a permanent organization which will lead many who never gave the subject thought before to reflect upon the mental moral and physical training of children An ideal in lluence of motherhood is one of the grandest themes that tonguo or pen can dwell upon How to guard the young from bad literature will be one valua- Â¬ ble paper read How to bring them In will be touch with good literature Important another topic discussed themes problems of great importance Leaving this mighty conto parents gress Boon to be held in our National MR OTTO II ELBERT city we come home to tell you that we on my neck my throat was filled with here by the combined efforts of teaclieis sores and a horrible ulcer broke out on my jaw After being treated again with aud community are fast placing good no success I became disgusted and wholesome literature in tho hands of tho changed doctors I was again given young people of this community Bran the usual treatment of mercury and denburg Normal nlready has quite a good took enough to kill an ordinary man Of course I was pronounced cured half library to which additions are being a dozen times the disease returning made regularly Thu books most all each time until my physician finally on the better aud broader moral admitted that he could do me no goou bear I am sure that no one was ever and phjshal training a love of human Â¬ Tho novels tint in a worse fix than I my hair had ity a love of country fallen by the handful my feet were so all standard and by the very best authors swollen that I could scarcely work and Already the it lluence is felt nud seen in I was in a sad plight I had seen SS S advertised as a our homes A deslro to read pure liter cure for this disease and determined to ature Is abroad A benediction upon try it and before I had taken one bottle the ttnehers of Brandenburg Normal I felt much better I continued to take the remedy and a dozen bottles cured In Bpeaking along this line thi sweetest me completely bo that for five years I most natural book Ivo read for many a have had no sign of the terrible disease day Is Sweetheart Travellers by S It S S S is the greatest blood remedy of the age and is truly a God send to those Crockett It Ib a little gem for youthful afflicted with contagious blood poison minds o for adults as well A young Ior fifty years SSS has been curing loving heart in full sympathy with a this terrible disease even after all other father Beside the Bonn Brier lluih treatment failed It is guaranteed beautifully illustrated and iu holiday attire has readied me Actual pictures of scenes In which tho stories are laid aud and never fails to cure contagious blood of the people who move amid the scones poison scrofula eczema rheumatism The Days of Auld 1uig Syne both cancer catarrh or any other disease of the blood If you have a blood diicase Scotch stories is another book which take a remedy which will not injure has been enjoyed and will be warmly you Beware of mercury dont do vio-Â¬ welcomed iu any home lence to your system Our books on blood and skin diseases Held over Irom List week will be mailed free to any address Cwlit Infinite and varied are the amusements Specific Co Atlanta Ga of the young I Their hearts are now 1 Â¬ 1 1 well-to-do Â¬ cailly and thoroughly Rest after dinner pills 25 cents Hoods All druggists sr fl I I C I B 91 Prepared by C I Hood ft Co Lowell Mast The only Pill to tike n Mli Moods Hnmivirll illW Â¬ ringing witli tho music of jiy nnd glad ness and the object of their hop the goal of tli ir ambiliun is a fino friz 11 surface to glide over The Denton nud Lewis bodies of water are the popular resorts nnd night after night ll latlng around as on seas of blisi ful imagination may be found all the belles aud beaux of Brandenburg It is wonderfu con- Â¬ sidering how little skating we havo here in a h ason how well our girls all skate Miss Allio lteed has worn the blue rib Â¬ bon for several ser Hnsand I dont know thnt she has lost it but some of the younger set are rising for supremacy Miss Annie Bondurant moves like a star eyed goddess while Misi Pearle Wimp has supernal grace with Miiss Maydee Pusey Lillle Rhodes and Mary Lzzle Haynes all stars of tho first magni Â¬ tude seeking to form a constellation Gene Fontaine has captured first honors in the Bkating rink but he must loik well to his laurels for Chas Moremen Jr may swoop down and sez the coro- Â¬ net Skating is a delightful charming amusement for those wht fancy outdoor sports It is an athletic age for our girls as well as the stronger sex Lt the gentle creatures enter the arena onj where and eyerywhere they choose for their seraphic presence ever chat mo pure gems in tho coronet of loe sweet Â¬ est II wers in the garden of the heart she has proen herstlt the fairest swan Hut mater plaed along the Muse stream Park Booth and his sister Miss Mag A neglected cold is an all embracing gie of Big Bend visited their rtlatives cause of disease It clogs the lungs with Mrs Grinuell and Mrs Phillips last mucous It strains and breaks down the Magglo came for the oximina week lung tissues It poisons the blood by de Â¬ tion in tho common school branches priving it of its natural supply of oxygen which was held Jan 28 Seven Btood Dr Bejls is an unfailing the examination with W D Ashcraft cure for coughs and colds of all descript- Â¬ School Superintendent Mr Eugene ions druggists sell it Hardesty aud Mr B F Willett exam- Â¬ St Louis Misses ICstellu Klder Maggie Louisville Henderson iners Booth Ethel Bryant Ant Hamilton Ry Traffic Department genulno red measles In town Business was brisk last week In real estate something liko seven transfers Dont forget that Magistrates Court will bo held at Stephcnsport March 10 Itv J U Hunt of Louisville filled his regular appointment nt the Baptist church Sunday Ice houses all full In this flection Chances are for ice to be cheaper next 8uminpr than fcr years Tho roads in this section are In a fear ful condition nnd In some places the mud is several feet deep Rev E V Metcalfs wlff who has been very sick for somo time we aro glad to report is improving rapidly BoBley Hank afbr an absence of sev- Â¬ eral years return d home nnd Is the guest of his brother J Taylor Hanks Weather was most too bad for the candidates last week hut dont give em out They are not dead they are only sleep ing Dont cho know Mrs William Lnnlng after a delight Â¬ ful visit to her parents Mi nnd Mir R A Smith returned to her home in Hardinsburg last Monday Dr J L Moorman dentist will bo nt Stephcnsport on the 17 nnd 18 Inst All persons in need of dental work of any kind will do well to give him a call Clint Bruuer of Hawesville after sev Â¬ eral weeks visit to 0 C Lewis left for his home last week Mr Bruuer was quite a ladles man and they Bay one young lady shed tears when he left Weally Re it known to the many frionds of Judge John W Jarrett that although he has been strongly urged to become a candidate for the nomination for County Judge that he respectfully declines to euter the race fcr rerstns best known to hs immediate friends Nevertheless he feels ever greatful to the many solicitors and trusts that he may bo able to serve the peoplo iu some position in the fu- Â¬ ture Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Greatest Sensation Of The Day Is GEO YEAKEL COS Happy New Year To You All Great Gut Price Sale 21 lbs Urnnulntnl Sucar 00 llm irooil Urren Uoilee SI 00 5 lbs Lllit Urowu suar 100 1 00 25 yds henvy nice Urown Cotton 20 pes best blue Calico only 4 1 2c 8 pc flno black aud hluo Henrietta 10c 45 pieces iood dress Glnghutn fie 1 Read our price list below and convince yourself that wo aro doiogjust what wo say These Prices are for thirty days and for Cash or Produce only 2o IIOc fit pre 18 M prs tnou8 heavy boots worth ladies calf button shoes at prs mens suspenders at Oc I 1G0 74c at tt rn In ln n 7r 13 75 1 lot of Indira einhroiderkd Handker Â¬ chiefs worth 15c at 7 l 2c Its DriSB il dol s worth 25c at 15c HO pr Indira cuibdy elippers woith 1 00 at 50c 60 pr iiipiin calf cork boIo shoes worth 2 25 at 1 25 GO pr Indlis patent tip Dong kid shoes worth 1 50 at 1 00 1 lot mens overcoats worth 0 00 at 3 75 1 lot mens casiniere suits worth 700 at 308 1 lot mens fine black suits worth 10 00 at 7 49 20c prs gents gold plated cuff button at linen towells worth 20c at 15c lot ladies and Misses handkerchiefs worth 5c at 2 1 2 3 pint tin cups for 5c 00 pr mens glovi s worth 50c at 25c 05 pr boys gloves worth GOc at 16c 35 ladles silk embroidery handkerchiefs worth 25c at 15c 1 lot New Albany jeans worth 35c nt 10c Mens flno black fur hat worth 200 at 08c 1 lot boys hats worth 25c at 15c 60 yds ladles cloth brown and black worth 1 00 nt 75c Visit The GREAT BARGAIN STORE GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG CO KY HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store ailds to the development of the home industries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the individual for wc are all more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We are keeping careful track of your wants and constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give me a call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods Â¬ CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills THE Ky TWIC BANK or HARDIUSBUHG Capital Stock 125 000 Surplus 7 600 F BEAKD Presldsnt WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier D Q W BEARD The Curse Â¬ Â¬ oi Man nd Â¬ 1 Henry Nevitt Jim Bondurant and Vic- Â¬ tor Spauldiug were the applicants who all received diplomas and this column extends warm congratulutoitu Aud this tiiakis me think of how very much more thorough our public schools a e tow than twenty five years ago Excellent work is being done interest in literary work is being advanced i 1 all departments and old Kentucky is fast striding to the front rank in educational matters Our Nor mal department designed mote particularly but not exclusively to qualify teachers for common nnd other sehoolp is of great advantage and some of the best work usually one year or five montl s even is here accomplished Brandenburg Normal opened Tuesday Feb 2 All teachers youug teachers es- Â¬ pecially cannot do better thin to enter for the term and prepnru for their d s tined aud appointed work The College makes no pretentions to being tho Athens of the West or the centro of science and letters but it does agree to perfect aid qualify earnest students for a useful and higher work in life Write to Prof A C Burton or Prof Eugene Hardesty or come right along and take too a t achers couise in music Â¬ Â¬ Louisviilk Ky Feb 2 1897 To the Â¬ traveling public The Louisville Hen derson St Louis Rnilway will commencing Feb loth 107 inaugurate a Issued Wodnosday and Saturday doublo Daily Parlor Car Service on al Mornings its regulnr trains between Louisvillet Owensboro and Henderson The cars Cambridge and the Manchester 1807 UglnnltB January tho Weekly Whitehall are of the latest style mag- Â¬ Courier Jour ill wai changed to the Tw ce a nificently equipped aud w ill insure pleat Week CouruT Juumal lubl citlim diy are and Saturday The Wednesday ant and omfortnble service For fur- Â¬ Wednesday to devoted paper will to news and political ther information call on agents or addn ss topics Tbo iNitoiday Issue will be detotod to II C Moitnuc Asst Pass Agt Louis- stories nitcellunv pictures poetry etc a J erf t fauily piper ville Ky Kach issue will be six twelve pages 1 Â¬ COURIER JOURNAL SJ00 A TEAR MORRIS ESKKIDGE R M JOLLT 1 interestpaid i - -- Director on time tEosns EEK Y THE ST LOUIS DR MENDENKiiLLo iMPnovcD-S pages or 81 columns a year The p HUcs of the paper will not be ohang ed and the haitlo for pure Democracy and true lemocratlo principles will be continued successfully In ibe future as in the past In spite of liu expeuso Involved in the improve Â¬ ments noted the price of tho Twlce-u-Vec- k Courier Journal will remain tbo same 100 a year A feature during the coming year will be tbo editorials of Mr llonry Watterson on political and other topics of the day a week -- an increase of two pages a week pages or 104 POST DISPATCH 0NLY THE 50 CENTS A YEA1 PAPER GpEAT JREHILVER Dally Courier Journal year Dally and Sunday I year Sunday alone I year 6 -- 00 300 2 00 TWICE-A-WEE- K The Post Dispatch Is the Only Metropolitan That Championed the Free Silver Cause In Advance of the Nominat- Â¬ ing Conventions It Stands Pat for Free Silver for Western Men and Measures for the People Against the Political Bosses Pluto- Â¬ crats Combines Trusts and CorpoÂ¬ Â¬ THE DREADED CONSUMPTION CURED CAN BE COURIER JOURNAL Speedily relieves and cures Coughs Colds Consumption Bronchitis Asthma Grippe Hoarseness Whooping Cough Croup and all diseases of the lungs and respiratory organs A ration Oppres- Â¬ sion T A Slocum M Dthe Great Chrmlst and Â¬ VUTIIC You wi I nnd the WEEKLY Indi rensaba duing the year 1897 The year 18t7 is going to be brimful of int r est Tho no mlng ol the Mi Klnley Admin Â¬ istration with a new Congren eleotel up n a gold pla form means legislation of a kind that vlll vit II interest every nenspaper reader in the country and especially in the We t and South Special Mtentlon will bo paid in tho WEEKLY POST -- D1SPAT0U to this news of a national oh rooter and it will be discussed editorially from the point of view of the West and South as contrasted with that of Wall street Tho campaign for free silver will go on in 1897 and nothing can do so much to hely along the campaign of education as a newspaper like tho VEEKLY POST DISPATOII This is shown in the fact that in Missouri and in ererr other locality whero tho II has a large circulation tbo gains of Demouraoy and froo silver were of a sweeping Scientist Will Send Free Three Bottles of His Newly Discovert to Remedies Breckenridge News EACH ONE YEAR Sufferers I have Nkws discovered a reliable cure for C01 s imp lion aud all bronchial throat and lung diseases general decline loss of fl sh nnd nil conditions of wasting away By its timely use thousands of apparently So hopeless cases have been cured proof positive am I of its power to cure that to make its merits known I will send free to any stlllcted 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