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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 1897 NO 3 ARE YOU Does This Mean War CLASH OF ARMS BETWEEN A i GREECE AND TURKEY It Is Believed That Greece Will Given a Free Hand in Crete Be and Will Annex tho Island It Will Take a Large Force of to Quoll- - nnliistry Was ony UUiporarty sived by Eng embarking in a mad euterpiisc land is necurd secretly of backing Greece to force Russias hand All tho Vienna evening papers con demn in tho strongest terms Greecos action Even tho ultra Liberal Tnge If King Georgo is deaf blatt says to earnest remonstrances his inipotency must bo drastically brought homo to him Tho Neuo Froio Presso warns Greeco that if provoked Turkey would be justi fied in attacking Thessaly with disas to Greece The trous consequences sanio journal publishes tiToiej ram from wholo Constantinople showing that tho Of tho Cretan troubles have been long nnd systematically fomented by a Cretan committee at Athens whoo leaders are Deputy Homanos nnd Dr 1apseako which has sent numerous emissaries to Creto honeycombing tho island with seditious pamphlets Tho majority of the Cretan population remain passive notwithstanding tho activity of tho Greeks Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm8Bm SUBSCRIBER TO THE NEWS mBtiimm8Bm Heads for Targets HOW To The Democratic Voters of Breekcnridge niitiei ou census tup nouo oninnt tee on census tireferrcd to amend It s as to make Colonel Wright tho head of tin new census bureau Holler tu n County I nin a candidate for the olllce of lail r mil j ct to tho action of tho Democratic Convention which convent a In Hanllnsburg Mnrch 8th 1807 Tho Convention being so near at hand and it is my sole wish to meet all which will be impoislble I take this method of putting my claims be- Â¬ fore you I linve alwajB been a staunch D nncrat nnd a hard worker for tho partys Interest for tho last thrity three years nnd now I nek a very great favor ol you in my advanced age If you will n member I was a candidate for this same oflice in 1801 and withdrew being put ou the ticket as I asutre you a randidato for Conner and running ah ad of the ticket thnt ii I am so fortunate as to receive the nomination that not any of tho other candidates will feel my weight Should I be the lucky one to receive tho notnlrnion I will work hard for the bucci ss of tho wholo ticket as well as my own and do all in my power to nin and for no act of niiuo will you over regret giving me your vote and iullnence Yours Ti uly Â¬ SPANISH DOWN iploili YoiMisTowx O Feb ll A boiler TROOPS SHOOT in the coal mine of Leo ii Vestal in Cm I Aline flOYAl OlNRPflffH PACIFIC03 Wcathcifleld townhlp cxplodid kilting Joseph Whillock anil scalding Louu Kyle who will probably die MINCR3 ACCEPT - MclUCTION Cruel Butchery of Pacificos by a Band of Spanish Guerrillas Amorican Women TSif Iirtj Ont Simii- Ntiu In dpi rntlnn nt Hie IVrrr Minis in liiillntii Trnrr Haiti- Ind Fib ii Ono hundred men empoyid by tho Cnl Bluff Mining co npiiliy at tin leerhss mines voted alter an all day stsxjrm to - Stripped by Spanish Soldiers Protest Mado in tho Houso of Congress Wixr Fla Feb 13 A letter fiom Matanas speaks of the cruel butch Kky Â¬ Marines the GROWING MORE Solve Insurrection The war like ex citcnicnt here increased with the de- Â¬ parture of troops for the frontier nnd the equipping of additional war vessels for service in Cretan waters Nobody seems to doubt that a clash at arms will occur between Greece and Turkey un less the powers intervene but it is bo Heved here that Greece will bo Riven n freo hand in Crcto nnd that if sho suc ceeds in annexing that island her right to do so will not bo questioned by tho rest of Europo It is quito certain that King Georgo has not acted without consulting with his friends in sending tho torpedo flotilla into Cretan waters with instruc- Â¬ tions to provent at all hazards tho land Â¬ ing of Turkish troops in Crete Tho porto is understood to havo ap pealed to tho powers to restrain Greeco in this emergency but nothing further is known of tho policy Turkey is adopt- Â¬ ing though it is reported that a largo force of Turkish troops is assembling at Salonika for embarkation to Creto that there is great activity in military circles on tho Turkish frontior and that a portion of tho Turkish fleot is being pro pared for active service Advices received here from Canea pay that Georgi Bcrovitch Pasha tho Turk ish governor of Creto sought refugo last evening in tho Greek cousulate at Canea fearing tho anger of tho Mussul mans nnd dreading arrest It is understood that Bcrovitch Pasha had previously tendered his resignation and that tho sultan had refused to accept it In reply to tho rcquost which tho Turkish minister hero Assim Bey mado yesterday for an explanation of tho de parture of tho Greek flotilla for Creto and tho issuing of tho note to tho pow- Â¬ ers stating in brief that Greeco can not romain inactivo in view of tho present outrages upon Christians in Creto tho government of Greeco says that tho measures taken are duo to a desire not to discourage tho Christians from occupying Halepa at a moment when an attack upon that town is threatened Tho town of Canea is now said to bo tolerably quiet but from 4000 to 5000 insurgents nra near there awaiting reinforcements When tho reinforcements arrivo it is stated tho insurgents will uttack Canea in forco It is knovn hero that fio Turkish officials in Cieto havo reported to the porto that it is absolutely impossible to pacify tho island witl oat n very largo forco of trcrpi and tint rc uipation of every town villigo and mountain Tlio hatred stronghold in tho country which has always existed between the Mussulmans and tho Christians has been fanned into fover heat by tho re cent rollis ons between tho insurgents und the Turks and this feeling has been still farther intensified by tho procla mation of the indrpeudencoof Crete from Turkish ralo and its union with tin kinidom of Greece Conflicts x f n lito o or less serions nature are reported from ninny pirts of tho island iiuil Ilernchou is said to havo been set on firo at u number of points The fo - n fleets have left Canea for Heraklion whch seems to confirm the report that it is no v thu center of dis turbance Other reports say that the situation at Itetimo is ubimt as serious as at Ho raklion Tho Turks at Hetimo refuso to allow tho Christians to leave tho placo until a detachintiit of 100 soldiers and 40 Mussulmans who are held at Amari as hostages are releas d Tho opinion expressed in oilkinl cir cls hero is mat nothing short of a land lug of bluu jackets and marines from tho foroign fleets will sabdno tho insur rection and it is not believed that tho powers can ngien to lake this step Un- Â¬ circumstances therefore der the Greeco feels justified in tlio course sho has adopted even in tho event of a conflict with Turkey Tho report tl at Crrat Eritain will if necessary tko tho initiative in preventing thu Greek war vessels from actively interfering in Creto is not be Moved hertr It is thought that any ac tion which may bo taken will bo by Great Britnn Franco nid Russia in common hut it is confidently reported that tin so now era havo docided to allow Greeco to havo her own way in the 5 tuattor Tho insurgents of Creto acting in concert with tho foreign consuls havo declared Haleja to bo neutral territory which must not bo infringed upon with lit 34 hours notice Tho commanders of tho foreign war Â¬ ships havo obtained the promiso of tho Greek admiral thnt ho will give 40 hours notlco of auy attack which ho inny determine to mako upon Canea Will Uuropcmi Occupation S2RIOUS f the ttlnnil Athens Feb 13 13 The news received here from tho island of Creto is growing more serious and it is understood that several of tho embassies havo received dispatches that Heraklion is ou Â¬ Constantinople Feb It ery of a ramp of pacificos by a band of flro Â¬ Â¬ In official circles hero tho only foIu tion to tho Cretan difficulty seems to be nn European occupation of that island It is understood that instructions havo been sent to tho commanders of tho foreign warships to provent by force if necessary any intervention on tho part of tho Greek warships Â¬ Rambling Thoughts nv memo Copyrighted Once upon a time a certain silversmith Acts 1U 24 41 gathered around him a mob and for several hours all cried out Great in is Diana of tho Ephesi Too silversmith has most excel- Â¬ ans lent reason fjr tho agitation since by beliif in Diana ho made his living As for tho rest most of them knew not wherefore they were come together but they shouted just the same That mob not Dt metritis himsell haa always stood forth as an example of blind devo- Â¬ tion Â¬ J- - WHEEL BURSTED Inxieiigor Conrh Hurled Over nn KinlmnU- neiit mill lllslil PermMH Injured Comiiiuiand Mil Feb li North bound passenger train No 2 on the CAR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r l greets the Education Education ear of every side Now I reckon there wero 8me Ephesians who worshiped Diana in rincetity and in truth They actually gained strength from tho wholesome myths that lird gathered around her and their shout therefore meant something far more spiritual than did perpeTualwidowhoqd the rest of the clamor much of it was Iledgu ii f Irliicesn lleutrleu Muilii to Her So I believe that Educabusiness fjueen Mother tion on the tongue of grow lug numbers 12 The Princess Be London Feb conditions ntrico youngest and favorito daughter who look deep down into the of Queen Victoria and whoso husband of life meais all that is helpful ami Princo Henry of Battenberg died on hopeful in the race But with the great board tho naval steamship Blonde olf swaying Bhouting multitude it begins tho west coast of Africa in January of and ends with parrot like book know- Â¬ last year has mado a pledge of perpot ledge it is against this very common ual widowhood to her majesty Wheth- Â¬ view of the subject that these Hues aro er tho latter made a request for it is not known but the information that diiected tho pledge has been given comes from a source within tho royal circlo that is As thoro are myriads of homes each It explains not open to question moreover the peculiar motto attached more or less wisely or misakenlysoliclt by tho Princess Beatrico to tho wreath ous regarding the welfare and the career which sho placed upon tho tomb of her of one or more children perhaps In this Until death husband which read column wo may profitably dwell for a divides us until death reunites us Tho queens objectiou to second mar while on some phases of education that riages is well known Sho considers are much overooked Furthermore as tho taking of a second husband or wife these children will be the young people to bo as bad as bigamy mid tho lack of respect paid to the momory of tho dead of the ni xt contury a right idea of eduto bo worso than sacrilege Of recent cation will be just as profitable a preyears tho lord chainberlaiu has crossed paration for the opportunities of tho from tho lists of those eligible to bo re- new age as will be the massing and ceived at court tho names of those contracting second marriages Tho queens unification of reform forces that I have notions on this subject really amount to dwelt on fur the past weeks a mania and it is therefore uot surprising that tho Princess Beatrico has readily fallen in with her viows The question to answer to yourself at the outset is What is the child mind APPROPRIATION SUNDRYCIVIL Some things It is certainly not and by A Iew Item of the Hill Ilnonibly He dispoeirg of tho negatives tha positive ported to the limine Washinoton Feb 12 Tho sundry purpose of education becomes clearer civil appropriation bill which was re It tho child mind is not alone a sheet ported to tho houso yesterday contains of paper to be written on at will nor a tho following itoms of npproprintion gaping cistern to be filled to repletion Improving falls of the Ohio at Louisnor a plastic substance to be moulded ville including Indiana chute 10000 just as you choose nor an animal to be For postofllco at Newport Ky 30 taught to act without n II ctiou nor a 000 marine hospital at Cincinnati ad mere machine to be set going aud kept For going for the purpose of earning a living dition to surgeons collego 20000 For Chiouimuuga und Chattanooga until death puts an end to need In parc 75000 some ways It partakes o the nature of For soldiers homo at Dayton 359 But more all of these figures of speech 600 Tho upper Ohio river gets tho followthan all It is like an uncultured territory Locks and dams at ing appropriations Ab to which man the saviour comes Heirs Island Allegheny und about solutely beyound his control is the origi Â¬ Six Milo island and at Springdale 400 nal outline of that land Its rivers its improving upper Moiiongahel 000 river by six locks and dams 400000 hills and its valleys were then before locks und dams at tho mouth of Beaver ever it came Into his possession If the rivor i00000 Â¬ Tho Cumberland river above Nash owner has wisdom however ho carevillegets flOOOOO fully studUs every portion and dicldes Shiloh National park gets 00000 and on the treatment needeJ to get the tho limit of cost of tho land is Increased greatest possible good from the land at to 30000 He drains the lowlands his disposal A Wedding and a Funeral and makes them prjdure He removes Enoxish Ind Feb 18 Tho Rev of TheophlhiH Robarts was called to Sodom tho great boulders left by glaciers He diverts a stream and to officiate at tho wedding of Richard farmer ages Stemblo and Miss Allco Ayrcs at tho makes even dry foor soil surrender Furthermore side of tho casket containing tho remains things that are good of tho mother or tho bridegroom It bear In mind that whatever hi puts wish of tho mother that was tho dying f of seed her son might bo happily married and into lehs by way of rliizir or might witness the ceremony is of no pr jQt at all if It retains the con Â¬ that sho nnd henco preparations wero hastened dition or the foim in which he distributbut not lu time Immediately after ed it The soil it Is in mutt act upon it tho wedding camo tho burial of tho taking from the fvrtilU r or giving up to dead woman the seed J and therein is the wisdom of Ail iijr Murk AUSTRIA OBJECTS the hutbandinan shown in suiting his Ind Feb 13 It dovel Wabash t Ccut Seem llauil In oped In tho trial of J W Crum lu efforts to the character of the ground Vienna Killlor Glove With I lie- Uipettkalil Turk Grant county yesterday for tho hand and then leaving light and air soil and New Youk Fob 1U A special to ling of green goods that James John- moisture things ha never tusda and Tho son a banker of Upland had purchased never can make to do their unoltov The Herald from Vienna sayB Vienna eabiuet has addressed a most 20000 worth of bogus enrrenoy When ed work by day and by night One other serious warning to Greece It is learned the box said to contain the green goods the applica- Â¬ farther from exclusivo sources that tho was opened Johnson found only shav point sud we will turn to similitude Turkey that they ings Home time beforo he had paid tion of this somewhat lengthy powers havo informed 7000 for a gold brick it is claimed Each of all the tract of land in your can not forco to withdraw her fleet but He kept secret his currency Investwill leavo Turkoy a freo hand town calls for different attention Every ments AuNrolur is reliutnic at Athens The 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ West Virginia Central and Pittsburg railroad was wrecked shortly before noon yesterday at Barnum W Va about ilo miles south of Cumberland by a wheel on tho rear truck of tho last coach bursting Tho train was moving at tho rate of 18 miles an hour and the coach was thrown violently over an embankment It cleared tho track so suddenly that tho latter was not thu least torn The injured aro Daniel Leckllder of Elkins W Vn conductor bruised about tho hip and shoulder and back and hurt internally W D Holmes of Elkins W Va brakemau bruised and cut by glass D A Aycox colored of Thomas W seriously cut on the throat and Va head by glass Blakley Parsons a one armed lawyer of Bayard W Va cut about face and head Sidney Murphy of Schell W Va 6honlder brnisi d P J Ratrcrty of Shaw W Va cut and bruise d G V Houseknccht of Williamsport Pa cut on the head He was compelled to remain at Barnum Tho namo of tho eighth person could not bo ascertained All tho passengers were badly shaken up Have we in our day any xperieuce I must answer with such a gathering very can fully or possibly a later Dem- Â¬ etrius may be nflroutcd For fifty years or more we have heard a swelling cry tlaUif echoed and re echoed through Great is Education in the the land Aud by n sort of public schools mental infection the cry has betu taken up by all who heard until Education Spanish guerrillas under Major Consar tez The pacificos were encamped near a lake 10 miles south of Mataiuas They vro afraid to eomo into that city on account of there being no food and bo cauo smallpox and other dUenes wero farmr reader of these lines will siy so prevalent Major Consartez was sent to bring Anin to that them lu Surrounding the camp his soldiers burst in upon tho poor pcoplo Thus it is with the child mind Fond with vild yells shooting its they ad mother bending over your dull eyed vanced Five fell at tho Hist lire two babe for the first look of recognition being women Alarmed and scarcely knowing what though that child is yours in a wonder- to do the others dashed intothe shallow ful sense bone of your bone and fl sh waters of the lake endeavoring to hide of your II sh yet after all physically and under the leaves of the big lily pads anil large aved plants Tho SpmMi mentally it is nothing but a gathering other sclccti d their human targets nnd ti oops into living form of inheritances of body coolly began shooting at them killing and ot mind that havo come down nt eeryshot Tho sciiams nnd ugon poor fienzied through generations Its later life may 1ed entreaties of thu and more than wretches wire terrible you even that in some inconvince one soldier threw down his gun nnd re stances those gifts from earlier ages fused to lire The offers of the Cubans reach back to tho days of Bavpgery It to in render wero received with shouts I ho butchery only ceased is f r 3 ou and tho teacher to operate of dciNinii and when not a head was visible Major upon conditions as you find them Eich Con arte ollical report stateil that his child in a family bus pcculiariths ot its detachment had been attacked at tho own Etch little creature calls for iudi lake and that they killed the insurgents the fight that lollowed Twentyfho idna cuisderation just as with each in pacific os men wuiiivii aud chlldieu It the wire killed of all the farms in your town attempt is made to treat all alike in RED CftOSS RELIEF training aud in control the result Is disMix liiu Inn mid Her Mfr Will in In Culm astrous and cruel This one needs to II I iiiiiU Are in nWiiil be urged to sell asairance that one to Knowing WaMHSutov Feb I o held in check here perfect frank Â¬ from authentic sources of tho destitu ness must he used to couutciact a lying tion xisting in Cuba tho Ameiicau tendency there a litttle efljrt made to Red Ctoss offered its services a- - an or ganization Some international flaw Bet a too confl ling nature on its guard Your failure to recognze all this means presinting itself Miss Barton immedi herself and her olllcers for danger to the child and demonstrates ately ottered civicu in Cuba provided individual your u Witness for training thatS aiu acceded and tho American I know it will he said that it is fearfulpeople desired to place their contribuly difficult to give this clos- p rsinal attions ot money or mateiials in the hands tention to each one Ci rtaiuly it is So of Xis liirl u and her otlieers The tolowiug communication from is it much more dillicut to char a pbco the Spanish minister explains itself and of land than to leave it alone but the Mis 1jii ton and her olllcers announce f inner goes to work with the hope of that tiny me riady to goto Uubi pro g tin and the teacher and parent should vided piuple dcsiio to placo in Miss Barton s hands a sum sulllcieut to re be actuated by the same motive But lieve the ncccssitiis of thu peopleof that in the latter case is infinitely above is and The coinmunicitum signed by merely material profit It lepresents Minister E Dupuy do Lome mlilresseii the moral of bad tendencies aud tho to Miss Burton is us follows my govern I duly iiimmuiiiculeil to plauting of gand purposes that after ment thu piopositiou made by you to go b lng absorbed into the being of llio to Cuba with the view of conveying tiio child shall be transmitted to generations aid of the American pcoplo to tho suf ferers in consequence of tho war I yet unborn but over whose fate your have just received a cablegram from tho Is Duke of Tetuuu informing mo that the in II lence shall havo been ex irt d government of his majesty thu King of not that reward ouou f Spain aftei consulting thu commander-in-chie- f incepts your benevolent oiler Go back to tho uncultivated terri- Â¬ I am instructed in tho same cablegram ma for a moment if man neglects to convoy to you the thanks of her gov tory jesty thu ipieeii and tho Spanish tho swamps they poison him if he ernment tor your gracious intentions makes no clearings he starves Wo and views have but opened the subject STRIPPED AMERICAN WOMEN VM R EMURV V Â¬ Iliinilenlir i Mrs Callie French who bears tho disemployment imiy had families in want and a u number of men wen1 re- tinction of being the only woman pilot ported ready to come in from Illinois to on the Mississippi and is a native of tako their places they finally resolved Kentucky is dying at Carroll ton Mies to ncccpt The Society of Masters and Pilots licecs d The luO nun employed ut the com her about four yiars ngo Sle came mill- s near Foutaiiet panys Union from a family of river captains nnd when havo also b en out this week the Kuuie piopositiou and it is probable a young girl assisted her father says tl e thnt they v in take similar action A severe cold is said Like ndiictioiis ure threatened over Iaducah News the entire district The union appears to have brought on the present illness Mrs French is well known in 1adu demoralized and almost at the mircy of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ accept a second n din tion of i cents und resume work at cenM u ton After a niiie nionths strike to maintain tho C0 cent scale the men resuiiid work about a month ajo tit io its They had worked bat iibont lime weeks when they were unfilled that the company could not make cxpuiscs at a fii cent scale and work was nusp ndid The past weik they wero given to un derstand that if they would go to work at 00 cents they would bo given steady Â¬ POWDER CeMi rated for It great leavening ytreneth nm Assures the food acnnt alum nml liealthfulneM ull forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands FOVAt rUUM fuWm R CO NEW uRk Absolutely Pure HAWESVILLE the opciutors FIGHTING Â¬ llir GROUNDS SELECTED Inrlpitt Ilt slininoni Cimlrtt Will Into- - IMiict - In Ciii ihi 1 Â¬ Feb VI Dun Stuart has nt last nnlved and has announced that the iteht b tween Corbc tt and Fit fiiuimous wJil in cur in I arson March 17 Although Stuart had leiteiated all tho way up from Texas that ho hud not de cided where the fight was to be held it did not tuko bun long to make up his mind afti r lie got lure The pugilistic impiissirin ivs us u reason for tho Foleciion of Caison in preference to Reno that the Carson pioplo hud wi rril hard for the passage of tho bill while the iteno citizens wero opposed Nov Â¬ Cut Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Stuurt thinks that tho facilities for the accommodation and transportation of a big crowd to Cursiui ure fully sufficient and says ho has mado very sat isfactory anaiigements with tho rail road piople It a nieoMng can be arranged Dan Stuart will offer a big nurse for a big shooting tournament wiiich he expects will be nttt nihil by all the noted shots of the countvv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to it cah -- frisu Jennie Patetsor of ltoseville is being urged to make tho race on the Kepublican ticket for School Superin tendant She is said to be handsome brilliant aud tails like a book a forceful speaker and if she does shy her castor in the ring will make things lively Mr Alfred Hennen wife and mother have returned from I udiana Mr Hen Â¬ nen is much improved in health to the delight of his friends There is a white stone branch in this county and thu bojs on It are said to be the sharpest in thu State Tho men move away early in life The reason more boys are bom in the country than in the towns is because the nation needs more farmers than ollice seekers Bill Aehby run short on ferrets and lost thousands of trees iu his orchard by the rabbits His nursery stock escaped H inciKk CUnun GEORGE IBACH II Wnitlcl-lli-Tnii- n SENTENCED Imprisoned Wr Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Im sl Vi iiri CJeorgo Ind Feb 13 Ibnch the trump who toiispired to wreck a pas engir train on tho Balti more and Ohio Southwestern iailroul threo months ago near Mitchell was tried by jury and yost rday afternoon a verdict was returned sentencing him to six van imprisonment Soon after his urreit ho confessed that ho and his companions conspired to wr ck the train with dynamite for pur p ss of robbery but while laying iu wait for tho train his heirt failed him and upon approach of thu train ho run dowu tho track und using tho signal fiom thu switch target succeeded in attracting tho attention of tho engineer While doing win stopped tho train so ho claimed tint he was shot in tho leg by his confederates who wero an geieiVhitiiiwo of his treachery It was the thioiy of the detectives that ho shot himself to excite sympathy BriirOltD Â¬ Â¬ Not an empty house iu town lv4ipt Marion Ityan of the steamer Itagon has been iu tho city this week aud has made many friends The writer knew him quite well when but a boy in Cloverport He first started nt piloting on local crafts aud now has climbed to tlio roof He is a diligent ollieer and de Â¬ serves his sum ss Never in the history of the county A were rats known to be so numerous farmer sold his corn and for every two loads of corn he said he had a load of rats At another place they are working tho bricks out of a house Here in town they attacked and badly mutilated tho leg of a pg Â¬ Â¬ KILLED Tin- DY A MORTGAGE - UMasters Charlie Ialleist and Jimmie Younger of Cloverport visited Comma Folk Jr Sunday Capt Frank llartles accompanied by Mr A A Lnlleist ot Cloverport went to Louisville last weik to afsibt in obtaining engineers license for Mr Dr Â¬ MOOLEYVILLE Sir CliiuiiilnSH V i- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wamhnhtox Feb 15 Represcntn tivo Ciimmiiigs of Now York has intro J F Jarboj summouel to Hardins duced a resolution requesting tho secres burg ou jury tary of state to give tho houso of repre Meeses reported to be at Mr Bert sentatives auy information ho may havo concerning tho incident of tho stripping Cunninghams of three lady passengers on board thu Everything dull but politics that you Unltid States mail steamer Olivette in hear talked everywhere in tho hurLor of Havana by Spanish Have you hmrd that Grundy Parr has boldiers und detectives The resolution recites that the alleged occurrence was an eye on tho Union Star postofllce described in a New York paper Tho Mud mud nothing else hut mud r u Is resolution was referred to the commitin a worse condition than at auy time tee ou foieigu utfairs and a report is ex pected curly this week during the season Mr CnnrniiiH said us to tho resoluIf mi English woman ou an Our oit mistrtBs busier than usual tion parties coming from Chenaulis bottom English es el had beii stripped by Spanish olliciuls as it is alleged that an for mail since the ice Amciiiau woman was stripped within 43 liouis Mi ro castle would come down Miss Mollle Stallmin is at home again made hrlngiiig her sister Mrs Tubln who is or tome a o ogy would bo would for it havo I doubt own if Japan visiting her parents Furthermore if tho American stood it overument stands it in my opinion it Professor Hickeisou of Meade county manhood and the total loss was dowu to see his best girl glad one of ludicatis sympathy of with savage inhukeeni st our young ladles was mule happy during manity the bad weather SCOVELS TRIAL G E Burch was In town Saturday ho It Will Ho llifnre a Civil Tilbiinnl but is a candidate from this precinct for RepNot lu lliitunn resentative buI j ct to the RipubllcaTi Wamiinhtov Feb 12 Tho stato do primary Think the Republican have ptitniclit has been notified that tho made a g od choice as Mr ilurch stands Spanish authorities will accord Sylves high in thu respect of tho people ot this ter Scovel tho New York World corre commuuliy and If nominated will add spond nt arrested lu Cuba n trial be civil tribunal The trial how considerable strength to the tieket llu foro umust tako placo originally in ever Is well liked at Chenault where ha lias Sancta Spiritns as the law like that of taught three i chools and the patrons ap tho United States requires tho proceed ings to tako place in tlio same province pr elate liici for the so id course of ii was committed iusti action he has ulven their children where the utteusuthat in caso thu verdict It is prohablu for the exunple he has Bet be Â¬ is against bcovel in this trial an appeal and also fore them us ho is a yourg man that will bo entertained which will penult of the removal of tho case to Havana ac n itlit r chews tobacco smokoi or drinks cording to the desiro of Consul Ueueral nnd as he has taught aud educated him Lee Belf having attended the State College at OF LADOR COMMISSIONER Lexluvtou Ky and holds a diploma Currull II Wrlitlit Will MUoly ne Ap from the Speucerian llusiness College pnlnvil lu Hiicct eil lllliuell From their talk Chenault Louisville Wahiinotov Feb 13 Colonel Carpeople will hate to ghj up their teaalmr roll D Wrights term ns United States but will be proud to gnu him go higher commUiioiier of labor statistics expired Ills parents live ou a farm in the bottom yesterday hut President Clovelaiid ii expected to tend in at once his nomina Colonol When you take cold nothing coms in tion as hu own iuccenr Wright enjoyes the renpoct nnd confiso useful as a bottle of Dr Bells Pii Good for children good for dence of euators of both parties aud will be io itlraud without delay ever body A remedy you can always It was Vi yiari last month iuco ColHU rely upon to euro a cough an attack of onel Wiight tisumcd office hero croup or other bronchial trouble Get a bill providug for a permanent and in bejii fa dependent cciuui bureau ha bottle to day vcrabv acted uiou bv tle senate com Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lur Scotch Ufiimliiliii I In Pli iiMtimiiriit r uer who lived near Marys villi Kun i1 isl iu horrible agony at tho lrpitbytciitii hapital yesterday He was biof it to this city about a year ago to be luvtul tor cancer of tho throat Last March when tho mortgago on his Kansas farm bcune due ids wifo grew di spo ui i mid kilhd seven of her eight Iliudrtu and thin committed sui cide by hanging lun elf iu the bam Tho no as of tin crime finished tho work of disease and Ilildebnindt diei cursing the Kansas iio igageholder oil or nn laitlit- Imulty lllt i In n Clilniuo llnspltiil Tosoph Hilde CiiliAiio Fib I Kings New Discovery for Con briudt a fi Â¬ A cm CiiiiiiiiIU Milclilr Kmujmi Ind Feb 12 Lufuyetto Fleming of Leavenworth owned a full blood d Jersey tow which had calved for the fiist time Tho calf was slaughtered on the opposite side of tho fence tniiu tne pasture the mother wit nettling tlie killing of her progeny Sho bellowed most piteonsly and attempted to drowned hi rself in a pond holding her head beneath tho water bat was driven out by the owner and confined in ti bam Aftciwuid sho escaped and committed suicide by dehbirutely plunging into tho Ohio river IlillHiitlirupIo Act Miss Flora Fell lit ClkvklaM Hurroll inclined to philanthropy asked tho police to find her the worst boy in town They did He can not read nor writo nor toll the truth Ho chows smokes and s ears Miss HurroiV w ith the luHisMiicii of some other young women wil exjkriiuent in making n man of the tsiy by kind treatment good associations nuisie lessons aud tho like Tho being tlio course of treatment case is ii ilwslllv novel one here sumption Tliis is the best medicine iu the world for all forms of Coughs and Colds and for Consumption Fvery bottle Is guaran Â¬ teed It will cure and not disappoint It has no equal for Whooping Cough Asthma Hay Fever Ineunouia Bron- Â¬ chitis latfrippe Cold In the Head and It is safe for all ages for Consumption pleasant to take and above nil a sure cure It Is always well to take Dr Kings New Life Fills in connection with Drs Kings New Discovery as they regulate Wo and tone the stomach and hawele guarantee perfect satisfaction or return money Free trial bottle at A It Fish Â¬ ers Drug Stor ltegular size VJ cents and 51 He Kissed Me A high school girl belug told by her teacher to parte Ho kisfitd me con sented reluctantly because opposed to spfaklug of private matters in puldie He she commenced with unnecessary emphatis and a fond lingering over tho word that brought the crinifon to her cheeks is a pronoun third person sin Â¬ gular number masculine gender a gen- Â¬ tleman and pretty well fixed universal- Â¬ Kissed Is ly considered a good catch a transitive indicative mode Indicating nlltetiou first and third person plural number aud governed by circumstances Oli well everybody kuows me Mb Aud she mt down Ex Â¬ 1 Breckinridge NORMAL College Sccoud Term Opens Nov 10 1S9G Foimi Couiisks PedaKosy Business Scientific Classical Diplo- - Latin The Cumulative method is used in teaching the languages Greek German nnd French A Special Course for those who wish to prepare for Teachci s Certificate In this course the students will ho fitted for teachers by actual work in our MODEL SCHOOL Special terms to 320 pays tuition for all courses except music those wishing to pay ns much as five months tuition in advance Hoard 200 to 350 per week Young men and ladies without money wishing to prepare for teaching can make arrangements with the President of the College to It will pay youtfa Write for particulars at once attend school here you desire to attend a first class school at a small cost D S RORERTS Jr Pres IlardiushurgiKy Address or FELIXgKERRICK Hardinsburg Ky Â¬ mas emitted in all courses vtl u x THE BRROKRNRIDGR HRWS OLOYRRPORT KY Breckenridge News 17 1807 WEDNESDAY FEUUUAKY Tuof k parlor cars aro the talk of tho traveling public Tiikiik aro BOino inoto randitlatpa tills work Sco our announcement column L H W TIME TABLE 13 21 SIX PAGES NOTICE annciincemenM In thce column follows Cah In advance in every case Circuit Judge or Attorney County Ulncei eotno wait Paiitnxar Dally arr IlardlDibnra noma mir Paiienger Dally arr llarJInibnrn Rtbfcoa Wutlington vs James WatlingoD on Plaintiff pin Petition for Alimony aiu IRVINGTON A VAItNtllK roH LITTLE ClAIRK JOI I V ll ON Mm rirrii Juilgi McBentb delivered the following opinion In Ibis enne tbo wife who Is not ask Â¬ ing to bo divorced from her husband claims that ho has mistreat d her and Monday conveyed her to the horn o a fiiend Webster ami there left her and declared bis pur pine not to live with her any longer Is visiting and refines to live with her or support hi r and bio asks the court to compel was vis t til in to nuke permanent provision fur temporary alimony until the cue can be Tt1l nntTtitAY Ill tat a tnr wdrnp - iflct And Irlce wild pn ffwal In ill nvhic woidt Ki A - Itntn Tor arc m f I000 republican announcements COUNTY 1UDOK Joo Wat Hardin 5b actively engag ed In working up tlio freo silver paper soon to be started In Louisville C01 V Â¬ HARDINSBURG Itov Gabe went to Liulsvlll He v S K Uroedlng wmt to r it wlntoinc litth- vnlcnllnr girl e meet f Your Cough like a dogs bark is a sign that there is something foreign Theres Pleasure AND Satisfaction Said n Intly to nnothcr lady friend in trading St Vaertne pray tell n c Whit wordt are authoriicil to announce WILLIAM at a candidate lor re election to the ol Tue of County Judge of llteckentldge county subject to the action oftne KepuDllcan rtiary election WK februaryty Tine organltitlon known in tlio A V A Is repot till to 1 nvo fallen oil- about two thousand members In the city ol IxHilsvlllri 1897 cmcuiT lour r cikkk I II ON Cltrkllrcckcnridge oftne Jtcpubiican party announce authorited WK arecandidate lortothe Utlice of a Circuit Court county tubject to the dec Won JOIIV 1897 November hleition to announce KOIIUIt I WlArilKltlDKI in a candidate for the oiikc ol Circuit Court Citric fubject to the luiion uf the lteiublican primary lelruir ath 1897 ure autftorUed It reported ttiat the Senatorial and extra Eession problems are not worrying Gov liradley so much as tlio scandals In the Kddyvlllo penltentny and the My I hub Is Cleveland Is oiron another duck bunt It lias been set down as an Indisputable COUNl V COUKTCIKRK act that Cleveland has spent more time J K are authorized to announce OWEN CUN w MMillAM at u candidate lorsubject to the duck bunting than all former Presidents le tlecliou to olliceoi County Court Lleilc combined iiiio the Kcpublican prln my llt cilon Siltir- v 7 1077 vOUNTV ATIUKNKV K 01 tubject to the uction election I eby ij 18 K tn ri aaa cmlidale lor County KSK tlf KllMii ithnneil In announce J hSSIS Attorney K I tle Itepublican pnmirj Ctiunty Attorney ol llreckenride Count turned to the uction ol the Republican primary election 1eb 7 its SCHOOL MJIlIKlVI lNDKNT authorized II f at arecandidate lortoreannouuee to N Mil Kit election the oMue ol yf a A lady In Newport Ky poured coal oil on the lire It is hardly necessary to rematk that she bos since gone to that country frcm which those who expel nieiit with coal oil in that way seldom 1 ever return 117K nre authorized to nnnounce ANDIIKW y DRIsKILL at a candidate lor re election to the office of chool Suierintendtit of lireikenridgc County tubject to the Jtepublican primary election haturuay I eby ay 1897 SAMUEL W TT lAXKata candidate lor the olbceof School Superintendent ol llreckenridge County tubject to the action of the Republican primary eection Nitur day 1 ebruary 27 1897 announce irliareulhorizedto il the Hepublicans In tills county aro provided with au ofllce they will not be happy It seems Near a little crrs roads In this county a llepubli can Bold his farm moved down near the station all In high hopes of obtaining a 45 per little postollice worth about annum Until of Â¬ COUNTV SUItVUYOII Rov authorized to WE are at a candidate announce ChintzCounty lor office of Survtjor tubject to the action of the Republican party Iltction November a lfl JAILKH authorized to announce OUS I IT hllhlLMAN at a caudiJate lor re election to the OlTice of aier of Itreckenndue county tub ject to the action of the Republican primary elec tion Saturday Kcbruaro 7 lSi7 TK are i oMK of the States are parsing laws against trims There is no doubt that they have the power to do so and make such a law effective In New York and Illinois where the trusts are operated more than anywbere else strong efforts are being made to put them tbwn by Legislative enactment REliUSINTATlVK are authorized toinnounceCUV K IlUKCIl Chenault Ky ut a candidate lor Repre sentative of Rreckenndgts county subject to the action of the Republican Primary Election leby WK -- J 7 ASSKSMJK w ritlc 1 K are authorutd to iinnoum J NO H COM Kit ut a candidate fur Akitsor cf Jirtcken County subjttt to the JU juMican piimury tltctlon KcLy 27 JerutiesJno T lUnninir J en 1aul and Achillas efforts by the grand jury to nior all reform and reclaim the gay village of Gleudeane and purge It of its sinfulness seems to be futile A half it hundred fellows were summoiKsd up from there last week who didnt know nothln no how and thus they are left to work out their own salvation zix Â¬ Â¬ circuit juimjk ot ihuylh Judicial Diilticti It is reported that the Hon Chas Itlanlord and eome of the members of the Republican County Committee are not on the best of terms The Committee saw proper to pass a resolution endorsing Franks of Oivensboro for Collector in the feecond District over the protest of Mr Bland ford the which started the coolness subject to the action ut I recognize the Chicago the Democratic party ol itJuO at the true vxponen tit Utniociatic ruilunu T It M llKATIl principles January ist 1897 I am a candidate for re cltctlnn ut Circuit Judire Commonwealth Attorney of the 9th Judicial Dit trict ut Kentucky kubject to the action ot the ULLr LJa flllM ll 1IIHVIUUV W1I4II am a candidate COMMONWKAIritS ATlOUNkY fur re tkction to the ojlice ot FUSION ANNOUNCEMENTS COlNIYJUIK t ty hultjeit to the action ol the Democratic ention Saturday March fcth 1897 atacandjJate fur Judged lnckcnridiuCoiin I are authorized to announce W 1C MINOR C011- - are authorized to announce T II W DKItbON us a candidate tor County IIKN ludje ot Urtekennde county tubject to the aciiun ot the uinocrauc conventionnircn am 1S7 CIRCUIT CLEIIK Tin Assessors books show that there aro now in this county lepal voters ami tax payers Last year there was raised in the county -pounds of tobacco 83l 150 bushels of corn i8S2 bushels of wheat and 1110 tons of hay In the list of taxable propeity there is a falling oil of 170000 us compared with last ear ioi0 authorized to II WK ateat a tandidate nnnounce JESSE of llreek for Circuit Clerk County Subject to the aetionot the Uemo ennUe tialic Convention Satuiday March i th 1697 RICHARD S WK are authorized 1to nnnounce for re election to MAN at candidate the fftice of Circuit Clelk of lireckenridtre County Subject to the action of the Democratic Convention Siturday March 8lh 1897 COUNTV ATIOIINTV are authorized to announce IIENRV I MATTHEWS at a candidate lor County Attorney ol IlreckenrldKe County Subject to the iftim of the Deinocratic Convention Mondty JltrthBth 1SJ7 1OIISIIKRIIF V RICHARD WK are authorized to announceShenlT Subject to at a candidate lor the action of the Democratic Convention Marehhth C K 17 With the following deiititut Star andIlaetit InotClovcriiort Scott Cart Union Cliat II- - Miller Ilardintburg Ix the proper place in this issue of the Nkws we announce John Cook of Custer as a candidate for jailer subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Cook is known throughout the county as a strong party woiker and there is never a race comes up that Mr Cook Is not In It somewhere He generally bos bis favorites in his own party but at a gen eral election be is found working for the entire ticket In the Custer country Mr Cook has a strong following for this place and while making bis announcement a little late will still be a ttrong man before the convention Â¬ Â¬ Tiik announcement of T II Henderson hb a candidate for tbo ofllce of County Judge appears in tills issue of the Nkws Mr IlendeisDii Is known throughout the are WE ON authorized to announcecr SCOT I MOR0 county by nearly all Democrats be hav Â¬ at a candidate for Jal ol Ilrtckrnridie County Subject to the action of the Democratic ing made the race in the party three Convention March oth 187 years ago for the nomination for County TTTE are authorized to announce JOHN COOK Clerk Mr Hemleison Is a good DemoW of Cutter at a candihite for Jailer tublect to the acton ol the Dcmoc alic convention March crat a good moral man and a christian 8th 1897 gentleman He runs alone upon his UtSITERINTKNDKNT OK COMMON SCHOOLS ile ts for the place He doesnt know the tricks sometimes resorted to by ofllce are authorized 10 nnnounce KIMIILE WK at a candidate lor the office ol seekers to secure a nomination If the Lounty Superintendent ofSchoolt Subject to the nomination Is given him the paity will uction of the Democratic party March gih i87 make no mistake because it is well are authorized to announce FRANK A IIEAVIN at u candidate for the office of known that there are few better men Countv Superintendent of Common Schoolt of llreckctiridjc county tubject to the action of the than Comp Henderson authorized WK arecandidate for to announce LKK WALLSÂ¬ a Coun Jailer of llrtckeurid ty Subject to the actiun of the Democratic patty Irecinct Conventionc March 6 li County Con Â¬ vention March bth Â¬ Â¬ ride County Subject to the acti jn of the Demo cratic Conveutbn March Mil l87 Mil Win T Dow oil announces in this Issue of the Nkws as a candidate for Assessor of Breckenridge county subject to announce LAFAYEITE WK arc authorizedcandidate lur Jailer of II e k to the action of the Populist party Mr at a enrldfe Countv Subjec to the acti jiii f the Demo Dowell has been a member of the Popucratic Convention Saturday March 8 1897 list party ever since it was orgaulz d in WK ure authorized to announce J I HEELER this county being a charter member of a candi late hr Jiier of llreckcnride County Subject to the actii of the Democratic Con Â¬ the lodge that was orgaulz id at Garfield vention Saturday March Hlh iSjj He lias always been an active member of are authorucd to announce JOHN W the party in this county meeting in its 11 a candi late lor Jailer of IIKAUCHAMI llreckenndge County Subject to the action of the councils and doing what he could to Democratic Convention March cth 1897 make it successful In the section where 7K are authoilzed to announce WM It he lives be is well known and admitted EMIIRV at a candi late far Jailer of llreck Subject to the actiin tt tin enridtte County to be well qualified for the position Hit Democratic Convention March 81I1 1897 deputies aro Pone Oliver Custer ond WK are authorized to announce It A SHELL Llttlebury Dowell Stepbensport a a candidate lor Jailer if llrecken EOlt JAILER Â¬ 11 Â¬ Democratic convention March 8 1897 opinion of Judge Mclieath which I pir iLt njivie- - we publish elsewhere in tho caso of Wat 1111 ti 11 ut a canuiuate lor county Clerk 01 lington against Watlington gives expres HrecLinriuVe county tubject to the uction of the 1opulut Convention March bill and the Iuilon sion to some very sensible views in such ticket cases by the Court There is in all probaAS sLSsOR bility too many such cases It is the are authorized to announce I K MOUUie province of the court however to handle liewlevville ut a Candida1 for Aeuiui each case upon Its own merits We pub of Hreekentidge county with the following deputiet J ACoomet of Klrkj V N tilbvin olLoiiiburKi lish this opinion becaus it Is one of In laiuit O Hradlvot Mc Daniel t tubieetinthnurtLin nt the ropuhtl Contention March bill and the terest to the public at large Not as with runon iickci reference to the parties concerned but If nr niknrl in nmnanra C A IL KltlV of Irvtngton at a candidate lor Aitettnr of because it recites legal principles which llrcckenridgt County wilh the lolowma deputiet should be made to govern in all such iiuuere ejregory iiuutonvilie lien 1 aui lattiniz Speaking with reference to the lyl T II Squiret Sample tubject to the action ol cases the iopuliii Convention March Slh and the Kution parties in this particular case the Nkws Tickeu regrets that such unpleasant differences are authorize to unnouice WILLIAM T WEthe action atthe candidate for AtteatorMarch have arisen between them As the a tub jrrt to iopulltt convention of Court says they are both good christian 8 h lijj with the followinu depulwt Tone Oliter Cutte Liulcberry Dowell Stcuhcninott people and stand well in the community where they reslds Wo hope thoy will CONSTABLIt reconsider their differences each firghe authorized to announce DOLlll IIOAKU WK anctnillNle for Corfuble In the llardint and ask forgiveness and thereby t ff ct a a burs Dhirict Subject to the n t n rf the Demo crape Convt ill n Monday March 81I1 1S97 reconciliation J iik COUNTV CLEIIK Â¬ wt W Â¬ Â¬ under the lacts shown should have a temporary allowance until the case can be fully heard I will not discuss the evideLCd or even refer to it becausa I do not want at this time to give any Intima- Â¬ tion as to whom may seem to be in fault as 1 am satisfied that these parties are both good christian people and ought by all means to become reconciled and live together They owe this to each other as well as to society and to the church of which they aro both worthy members No Schools The entertainment at the city hall matter which of them is in tbo wrong Saturday night by the Dramuic club it is their christian duty to remember was well attended The young men pro- the words of Him who has taught us pose to give another one some time In when we pray to say Our Father who art in Heaven forgive us our trespasses April Minor Compton of Garfield was in as we forgive those who trespass against Louisville a few days last week He us Let tht m remember that foibiarauce sa s that Mejor Morris promises to open up the Asphalt mines on a big h ale this and forgiveness nra the greatest of all virtues We uie exhorted above all summer The folowing visiting attorneys were things to put on charily which is the bond of peifectnesH Furthermore I et here Itwt week attending Circuit Court J A Dean Owensboro J W Lewis all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamour and evil speaking be put away and Morgan Richardson Brandenburg from jou with all malice Audbeye James Wortbam Leitchfleld Rev Samuel Overton Presiding Elder kind to one another tenderhearted for even as God for of tbo Elizbethtown district passsd up giving one another on tin train Monday He thinks our Christs sake hath forgiving your The Good Book by which tiiese partita District Conference will be held some time in May and lie will make an effort profess to bo governed further says Wives submit yourselves to your Iiub to have u llisbop prer eut to preside Hus The young girl who has been ill at the bands as it 1b lit in the Lord Barnet Hotel left Monday morning on bands love your wives and be not bitter the train She is trying to get to Custer against them Let not the wife depart from her wbeiu she has some friends whom she expects to help her llnanciallly Her husband but if she depart let her be aim is to go to Louisville for further reconciled to her husband and let not medical treatment if she can raise tbo the husband put away his wife Now with tin so scriptural admonitions means About twenty eight voters In the Bew- - I want to say that the courts in thio leyvllle district who have heretofore christian country recogniza the Holy been voting at Webster have petitioned Bible as the greatest of all law books the County Judge to be put back in their and if ita precepts uud teachings were old district and to be allowed to vote at followed we would have but little if any Bewleyville in the future Mr II II use for courts I woud admouisi the husband if he McCoy was here Monday looking after the matter He says thes3 people him Â¬ in good faith desires bis wife to return self included have been put to great in to his home to address her a communi convenience by having to go to Webster cation in writing asking her to come and live with him each agreeing to forgive to vote when thoy can get to Bewleyand forget such unpleasintness as may ville much easier and with less trouble have occurred to mar their happiness tIKCUIT COUHT rilOCElUIIKOS and let Itim propose to go alter her and The grand j try returned sixteen in- take her to his home arid to his heart dictments and if ntcis ary let him take with him John RJohnson Jr was appointed his minister or oil or two substantial examiner to take depositions members of his church and endeavor Ex Sheriff Thos to seek a reconciliation Wroe Cloverporti earntsly remembering that lliu fruit ot was attending court a few days is h iwn in p acj in them that Ed Jordan colored charged with semake peace duction was tried and acquitted Judge James Skillraan Cloverport And let the wife look Into her heart was here attending court a few dats arid ask herself it she do a not love her Bill Loyil colored was fined 22 for hubband arid desires his companionship keeping a disorderly house at Glendeane and protection and let her receive George 0 Pattou of Cloverport filed his assurances of riffection inn spirit of his application for license to practice wifely devotion and trutt that casteth law out all fear The case against John Carwlle for Situated as ho is with an aged mother murder was continued until the May who seeks some one to see her safely term down the path that leads to the grave Scot Morrison and Geo W Jolly came and a daughter by another marriage to up Monday from Owensboro to attend whom ho owi h a fathers love and pro- Â¬ tection it may be an uninviting position court Some new chairs are needed at the to fill but tin so unpleasant places court house During Circuit court there sometimes fall to our lot and when they do then dines the time to manifest that is not enough for lawyers and j irymeu Commonwealths Attorney Clielf christian forbearance and charity that wound up the Criminal docket Monday endureth all things remembering that Godliness with contentment Is great and left for his home yesterday morning Bate Washington is getting along in gain years now and this term of court wes Itcanuot be txpected that tho hus Â¬ liis first service on the grand jiry He band should not provide for and care for his Pged mother anil his grown daughtacted pk foreman I do A rule was awarded against the Sher Â¬ er and cts not intimate here that the wife olj to this but it sometimes of Grayson county to show causa why happens that there Is more or less friciff ho should not execute process against tion in a homo whore there aro mem-b-rof different families brjugbt to Morgan OUryan If anyone provides not for his Tho ens s against the negroes at Glmi glher own ts clally those of his own house deane for murder were called in the he hath denied the faith and Is worse Circuit court Moil lay and continued than an iutldel Let these parties both in a spirit of until the May term love and forbearance endeavor W G Smart and ton Walter came up Christian iu good faith to heroins reconciled and Monday to look after the suits filed not bring rproach upon themselves anil against them by A J Gross Mr Gross their church and the sacred cause of re- Â¬ ligion by continuing their estrangement arrived last Saturday Let no criminations or be Tbo graml jury returned an indict indulged In by either recrlminaions soft party A ment against Peyton Spencer Crlt Spen- answer turneth away wrath but grievous Hh that con cer Will Robertson Nora Beaucbamp words stir up anger trolleh bis spirit is greater than he that and Joe Dean all of color for murder taketb a city V G Babbage administrator of Under the circumstances in ths case T Matthews decerned will have a knowing that tho plaintiff has a good home with a family with whom she has public sale on the premises March 3 long resldtd and who are all luted for Ferd MtGhee has sold ono tract of the their benevolence ami kimlneis and Sam Davidson land to E S Robinson of who are stall times willing ogive hr a The home tract he horn and feeiinir that both of thesH tur Grayson county tles have too much of that charity will probably sell to Mrs Davidson which is long suffering and Is kind and Col Jj Green Falls of Rough oblalu will soon become reconciled etl a judgement against the estate of Sam live together as hecomth butband Davidson at this term of court for ft00 and wile I overrule the plainllUa mr Mr Green was security to Jesse L Owen tlon for temporary alimony willirut prejudice to any future action on the fifor the amount and held a Hen on a big nal heariiur of this case I want ti fur Â¬ tract of timber ther suggest that the action of each party Twenty five or thirty nrgroes came up Jn their efforts hereafor to become recon- Â¬ from Glendeatie as witnesses In the min- Â¬ ciled will likely have great ii fluence on Hie court in controlling Its Judgment der trial A negro will drop a good job the dual trial In case it shall come to on a any time to go to a court trial trial Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ right-oousn-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saturday Mrs Chas Hcd Louisville her parents hero Mrs Hunter of Glendeatie ing hero last week Mrs Roland Smith is visiting here ftom Steplieneport You can get a good photograph cheap at Pats tis gallery Mr Arthur Board was here a few dajs this week fom Louisville Mr and Mrs Ferd McGliee Irvington were visiting here last Saturday MIbj Emma May Is arranging to go to Montana in a week or ten dajs Mrs Richard May loft Mondav to vis it her daughter nt Sicreinento Ky Allied Hnrsley an old ami respected citizen of Gartleld neigh liorhood died Jan dOth Mrs Lou Smith leaves this week for Sturgis Ky where she will make her home in the future J W May desires to rxpn hi his thanks to friends for their klndueis shown him during the late Illness of his wife Mr A S Murray agent for tho Phoe Â¬ nix Kire Insurance Company Cincinnati was hero last week attending court The road to the depot is in n bad col -ditlon Lee Meyer runs four hows to bis buss in order to get through the mud VKT Jarboe of Mooleyville has de- Â¬ clined to make the race on the Demo- Â¬ cratic ticket for Superintendent of Â¬ Ior thet jourtherivlicd darling lh a little tp lie to tcrt Vf till ra Your r ami a are llnke I loehcr ur ft net the vt ry tamr tiered Ioviadutt yiti bolt can tlVm around which shouldnt be there You can quiet the noise but the danger may be there atlJOWMER3 ful y In ntil Tim husband in his answer claims that his wife in a fit of augur utusetlby no fault of bis declared her intention to leave him ami to go away alone in the night ami after remonstrating with her and beggug her to stay which she refused to do he finally took her to the home c f a friend which bad been her home for many years before their mar ring and there left her but desired her return and live with him as a companion and let the past be forgiven and for- Â¬ gotten It is not my tmrposo now to enter into a discission of the merits of this case as developttl by the evidence so far taken The case does not stand for trial nt this term and the only question now before the court is whether the wife - Lela twine n vr e th of rntta A1 fmgrart while and f ir And lace It aa loiea cfTerlrg Upon telirow of llilcc I eft pluck the ihorn tVmt from It Ihit her heart may firl no pah Whin the ro et rl Ifie hive withered Anddrnoptd without eve t a ttaln Lets place In tier ha d a ily APg emlrg white ond I ure And p ay that ita mysle sson 1 May her heart an i he tout allure And then with the lowy violet Cloe pete t against he heart Hill dailingllttelritndnl It aife fom venoms dart Irvingtor Ky ml e 1ch JlLIA Cmh nwooii 14 97 SCOTTS Just the same EMULSION of Cod liver Oil is not a cough specific it docs not merely allay the symptoms but it does give such strength to the body that it is able to throw off the disease You know the old proverb of the ounce of prevention Dont neglect your cough A book which will tell you more on the subject sent free on re-Â¬ quest Your druggist fcetps Its n place where quality is not sacrificed for cheapness Then you can find there always just such things in Fancy Groceries it seems to me as yon arc wanting most iu Cannkd Goods Pick lcsJanis Jellies Drictl Fruits in Soups and in fact all sorts of Table Delicacies Youll find always fail treatment and prompt delivery Mrs Lil Midlothian Is in Louisville Miss lieulah Bennett still lingers in Owensboro O R Redman spent Sunday with his sister In Cloverport Dr L B Moreman spett Sunday with his mother and father Bro Breeding and Bro Overton were in town Monday morning Mr Smith preached two sermons at the Baptist cbuicb Sunday Mr Jim Smith and family spent last week visiting relatives at Paynesville Rasters Rule Cox ami Tom Cain of Bewleyville wore in town Sunday guests of Morris Jolly Miss Lucy Frank spent Sunday In town sharing the birthday of her little S S pupil Mrs Will Gardner spent several days in Brandenburg with Mrs F Rbodesre turnlng home Monday Our town is certainly an educational center there bing tlireo schools in pro- Â¬ gress at tho present time There will be sintring at the Methodist church next Friday night at 7 oclock Bharp All who will sing are cordially invited to come YMUs Nora Henderson is expecting her friend Miss Eleanor B Hendricks ot Long Branch to make her n pleasant visit in the near future Little Claire Jolly had a happy birth Â¬ day the 14th and wos the recipient of several little tokens of love She is a dear little Valentine hertelf Bro Pate will preach next Saturday night at 7 oclock Sunday at 11 am and Sunday night Let all come out to hear him Mrs A B Coleman entertained a few of her friends to dinner Monday It being Mr Colemans fifty third birthday May he have many happy returns of the day is our wish Miss Lulu Drakoat d Mrs Susie Richardson aro local agents for two very good books which they are trying to sell It is a worthy enterprise and both young persons should have the patronage of tho community Mrs Bramlette and children left Sunday for her fathers home where she will make a protracted Btaydui ing the time Mr Bramlette Is employed In Hardins burg He Iisb secured the contract for Charley Beards handsome new bouse The Fortnightly Club B V R 0 will celebrate Washingtons birthday with a special program consisting of music and literary articles suitable for the occasion The ex irclses will be held in the Baptist church Monday Feb 22 from i to 3 p m Tho public generally and especially all lovers of literary work are inst cor Â¬ dially invited to atteud Miis R B McGlothlav Secy Miss Julia Grkknwood Com on Pro Mas Ken Wathkn gram Regunr meeting of the Bay View Circle Saturday afternoon Fb 20 from 1 iHO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sion of Cod llw cts and 100 ikes SCOTT Scotts Emul Â¬ Oil Put up In 50 New York DOWNE a WHBowmerSon JV XTU1C JLM BEWLEYVILLE Mud exceeds tho superlative Philip Bell is visiting his sister Mrs uo your V Ate what Hendrick Win Hardaway and family who have been visiting relatives In our vicinity left for their home at Valley Station Thursday T J Jolly attended the quarterly meeting at Epbtsus Sunday and court at Hardinsburg Monday returning home Monday evening T B Henderson was in our town Saturday Mr Wade shoe drummer Las been to see our merchants again Hon Chas Blandford was on the wing last week returning home Friday Mrs JT Jolly was ill several days during the week Tom Cain and Huie Cox attended Sunday School at Irvington SuntUy Moormau Hardaway was in Branden burg Saurday The Bewleyville Branch of the Irving- ton Bay View Circle met at AV HCains Thursday and went over tho lesson Two days of sunshine have been grant ed us and we are longing for more It is to be hoped that the brst men of the many tnnditaUs will be elected to tho ofllc 8 Itumors of evil deeds and practices often come to our ears and we need men who will fearlessly do their duty Mrs B A Hardaway of Guston was thrown from her horse last Tuesday and is now laid up with a sprained Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ physician counts on when he writes your prescription and you do not get the full benefit of his skill if the drugs are not pure We Can Guarantee Ours Whats Nicer Than a Good Likeness of Yourself If you have not in a picture lf C SHORT HAYNES aovEiirouT kv a r4 of yourself The next time the city would be pleased for you to call and We are better sec us equipped to do satisfactory work than ever before We guarantee our work to equal any that you might have done in Louisville L KNIGHT WIFE Dentistry S 0003 anKlo I have been wondering why some of ourbojsand girls didnt get married was all explained the other day by a young lady who said times were two Truly we are to be pitied hard Hugh Hardaway has a broken arm which keeps him away from our meet- Â¬ ings Wo give him our sympathy and hope that he will be successful in find ing something profitable and pleasant to do during the lonesomo hours riis Epworlh Lague held a literary meeting Saturday Feb 13th 730 p m The subjsct for the evening was The Institutions of the Ancient Church Tho several articles were creditable to the ones who got them up and the oth er exercises very good Aunt Sub in Trlplett after an illness of ten or eleven days died Wednesday night and was buried near Bewleyville Sho was Thurslayp m at 4 oclock 84 years old the ih of December bad lived on the place where she died oil yeaiB being one of the pioneers of this country She had been twice mtrried and was the mother of eight children five of whom are living She was a member of the Baptist Church at Bew- Â¬ leyville and for years has lived a chris- Â¬ tian lift For a long time she has been waiting but death always has its sting and we feel its hard to sutler her loss We extend sympathy to the bereaved ones Â¬ It I low many people in this county arc MilVeniig and in bad health just from their teeth and at very little cost could be saved and probably be the means of restoring their health Has this ever oc- Â¬ I am curred to you fully prepared to do all kinds of Dental work reasonable Can alwa3s be found at my ofllce over Martins Diug Store Dr J L MOORMAN 3SSl rARTISTIC DRESSMAKING Have You a Dress to be Made Of course you desire it made in the latest ttylc We arc right up to the times and the cost is very little Call to see us above Sulzers store and we will be glad to give you all the information necessary We are making some special pricc3 on MILLINERY The to 3 30 p m We want one good man having horse as permanent superinlendant for Brtck enridgo county to atteud to our business on salary Must send along with application strong letters of recommeudatiou as to honesty energy and ability First class man only State occupation Ad dress P 0 Box 102 Piiliadelpbla Pa Â¬ Â¬ Broke His Leg On last Friday night asseveiaf farmers were leaving the city for home and who from their profane language used upon STEPHENSPORT Only two or tlireo esse of measles in town now O O Ljwb received another car of coal last Friday yIiss Isna Payne Is visiting her uncle Horace Scott in Hardinsburg Glad to say the ice and high water did not Injure anything around town jIrs Harrison Lay spent the day with her daughter Mrs Sam Reynolds of Home Ind It J Napper who has been quite bad with bronchitis we aro glad to report is mending steadily Sirs Itolaud A Smith went to Har Â¬ dinsburg last week to visit her daughter Mrs Win Lennln Mhs Florence WlllIatcB cf Kvansville Ind is visiting her sister Mrs Chas Watlington of First Ave Miss Hee Washington of Irvington spent the day with her aunt Mrs L B Helm one day lest week 31 Blaln accompanied by his nephew little Oscar Blaln went to Louisville on the Tares on Sunday night M Blaln loft LoulsvllIerTuesday morn ing fir Alton Kansas to visit his soi Arthur T Blaln Mr Blaln will be ab sent about three weeki Supt Driskell was iu town one day last week and whilst here herondemned the Bchoobhoiiso because it needs a new roof and new Hooring badly Notice All pe n Misses Calloway patsing the Baptist church showed that they must have been pretty well intoxicated Later the news rtvehed the city that the team of Win Brown had run off The facts are that Mr Brown and two othergeutlemen were silting in tho wagon when the mules btcsme frightened and ran Jtut before reaching theSalertleld place on the Bowling Green road is n very steep hill and Mr Brown nallzng that it would not bisafe to remain iu the wagon jumped out and fell upon his left leg breaking It bitwen the knee and ankle He was carried into Mrs Salter fields house and a ilctor being Immed iately sent for pronounced it a compound fracture He is still there and is getting along very nicely Scott Morrison of Owensboro was in ivicmi r It is the constant c Â¬ 4 f cry among the ladies about the Meat they are getting The next time you want a good Steak Roast Ham or Sausage you will find same at my shop CLOVERPORT KY J U 1 H L STADER 9 t LUMBER Your wants can be supplied Prices aro right Â¬ Â¬ the city Sunday BUGGIES chase Fits Cured taa r from USJounat pf VtiUbn rror w u reekc who make a tpeclalty of Kpllepay haa without My line is fx tensive Con sult mo before making a pur- doubt treated and cur- Â¬ ed more caaei than any living fbyilclani hu euccem it aatonltblnsr Vo have heard of catei ot aa yean standing WAGONS Farmers you make a mis take by buying elsewhere FAHMIN6 IMPLEMENTS Â¬ curou of htm Ho nubllsheaa largo bot try of hi abapluto cure fre to anyauffereri who may aend their I O and Eiprcai oddreaa 8 wUnlntr a euro to address JifAi p 4 CfOtrst vcwrorfc rrotw h with valuabla work on dli thli which eate he tends a I Can furnish anything re Â¬ quired by a farmer at exceed Â¬ ingly low figures rw imiri u atunru ik- s wy i i MiueiiiBu i uu ur uviurv urn wv w v aiuuiiMAN iwt havlrg claims agantt Waller S win Dremnt th tama nnnrii t 15m tuy e i R S Bandy Irvington Ky rtln fiTV -- sea A Ntw Vnrk Timn H Heavy Blow At Protection BRGiRNmfrtm MRfS JUDGE OLOYKRPORT K Breckenridge inj D News I HOLTS ESTATE To Bo BANKING 4 V 0 Bbtge Edltori and ProptUtn IR07 WEDNE8PAY FEUKUAIIY Insurgent Victory THEY DESTROY FORT INFANTA ISABELLA ON THE TROCHA A Hand-to-han- d Fight With tho Garrison and Out of Two Hundred Spaniards But Sevonty Five Escape Tho Three Friends Again Seized Othor Cuban News Kky Wkst Fob A rcfort from Iliinr del Hlo stiites that Fort Infanta Isabolla near tho northern end of tho trocha was nt tucked and destroyed Thursday Tito Cubans erept closo to tho walls of tho fort hiring tho night and planted largo minus of dynainlto under thorn Hefore daybreak thoy ex Â¬ ploded them carrying down tho eutiro nldo of tho fort which was of stono A number of tho garrison wero killed by tho explosion Tho Cubans then attacked tho breach nnd despite tho efforts of Major An Â¬ dreas eomnmnding entered tho fort light ensued and Hero a Heads wero tho carnage was frightful split open and men clubbed to death The Cubans did not sparo one and the Spaniards dared not surrender as thoy knew that their past record in that sec- Â¬ tion would bo against them At last tho Aug was hauled down amid tho enthusiastic cheers of tho Cubans Out of tho garrison of 200 Spaniards but 7C hand-to-hand escaped It is stated Cubans were killed or wounded tiio fight being ono of tho most bloody ever fought tliTo witli so few men engaged Tho lirt was destroyed and tho Cubans retreat Â¬ ed to tho camp of Rivera taking three small cannon with them juitl n good supply of small anus and ammunition It is further stated that tho Spanish colonel in command of tho fort was away that night and that ho has been arrest eel und sentenced to bo shot A large Spanish column was defeated by tho Cubans west of Santa Clara ono day last week tho details of which havo been kept quiet in Havana though tho fact has just leaked out Tho Cubans wero besieging a fort there and aid was bent for A largo Spanish detachment of some 100 men under Major Setunda was sent from a nearby encampment to drivo tllo insurgents off As they ad vanced near tlio town Garcia men ar ranged a cunning umbush in a thick swamp mining the road bed and plant ing a cannon whero a turn of tho road gave them full rako When tho mino was sprang tho sur prise was complete Tho Spaniards at Â¬ tempted to rally but tho Cubans opened nt short rango with grapoandcannister using chain bolts and iron pins for this Their musketry ilro was rapid and effective Tho Spanish commander hurried to tho front and endeavored to make his men stand Ho was wound ed and his fall dispirited tho men The next in command eoon after was hit nnd then tho fight becamo a running rout Tho Cubans pursued them fierce ly and many fell under tlieir avenging machetes After they bad escaped tho Cubans secured several carloads of guns nnd from tho fallen soldiers much ammunition Over 150 Spaniards wero killed nnd wounded it is stated Tho Cubans lost 30 men tho Spaniards firing but little after the surprise that fully 75 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DISPATCHES Oi ucrul Weyler Kvpecta to Krnl the Invo lution nt Once During the courso Havana Feb of the recent remarks of Captain Gen HAVANA Â¬ eral Weyler at Villa Clara tho Spanish commander said that ho expected to put an end to tho revolution in tho proviuco of Santa Clara in tho near future Manv skirmishes are reixirted in tho provinces of Piimr del Kid Havaua and Matanzas In ono instance recently tho troops attacked tho insurgents camp destroyed 250 huts captured tho Cuban Hag und secured a largo quantity of The insurgents arms nnd ammunition left 28 dead on tho flold ns usual carry ing their wounded with tliem ivo or the Spaniards wero killed aud 10 wounded Colonel Foijoo while reconnitering recently met the Cubans at Ojo do Agua Tlio spaiuarets nau neen oruereu out for tho purpow of assisting 25 men who wero engaged in tho work of gath Â¬ ering vegetables when thoy wero at- Â¬ tacked by 150 insurgents Tho Spanish column returned tho fire of tho Cubans killing at least 12 of them The uisl of the whole tariff question Is letter o C J Harrnli PnnUlcnt Mldyalo Steel Company to tho nnd Means Cotnmitteo company is ns Its lrteltk nt states the largest maker ot steel tires In the United Stale nnd one o the largest In tho world It is also engared In making steel cnstlniH It comes to tho Wajsnml Mentis Committee not as a I egnr for higher taxes not whining about a llooel o competing importp not plendlng tho not baby net rs an infant industry asking for taxpayers and consumers money with which to pay higher wages to Its beloved wot kmen but simply to re quest that no changes be made in tho import duties relating to tho manufact ure of metals or to tho mate rials either raw or partly made used in suth inanti- The company eajs frankly that fnclure the reductions nude by ihe Wilson tariff did it no hntm and that its bui ness has Bteadlly increased from year to As to steel castings tho duty is jear more than tufikient for protection for they are selling from 30 per cont to CO per cent higher in England nnd 1 per cent higher in Fiance What the om- pany asks for ita own work is to be let alone nnd to hnvei a fair clinnco nt the forelgu trade without encountering re Â¬ taliatory tariffs cause d by advances in the United Statt s But the company does not stop here It polnta out respectfully but plainly to the Ways and Means Committee that the whole scheme of a higher tariff is a mistake or woise froth every point of view You cant it sayp in substance raise revenue by higher tariff rates You will lose it instead by checking impor tations If you raise the duties you will restrict the market and increase the cost of living If you want more reve nue cut down the rates and you will get It Dont fool ourselves with tho no tion that higher duties making higher The prices will produce higher wages price at which nearly every articlo man- Â¬ ufactured in this country is sold is not based on ita cost so much as it is fixed by agreements or understandings be Â¬ tween manufacturers who regulate the amount of product aud the output to the factories points of delivery aud the prios and terms at which the manufact- Â¬ As for waxes that ured article is sold is a question of supply aud demand and cannot in any way be edected by aud no manufacturer tariff legislation would peimit any false sntimnt to influence him to pay one dollar more for wages than the market tupply of labor would warrant This is the truth as to the protective tariff as The TimeB has held it for thirty years Wo have no doubt that a very large number of the more intelligent manufacturers in all branches of trade hold the same view It is not n question of politics with them but a plain busi ness Whatever theoiy ono may incline to tho fact is that the manufacturers of the country base outgrown any need of protection that formerly existed They want now not the home market only they can keep that but the markets of If the Ways and Means the world Committee says President Harrah would propose treaties with neighbor- Â¬ ing friendly nations on a reciprocal commercial basis that would induce them to build up a more intimate commercial intercourse with the United States the members of tho committee would be do- Â¬ ing a patriotic act and deserve well at This the hands of their fellow citizsns may bo to McKinley a mystery and to Dingley a stumbling block but it is tlio good American goBpelof common seuso in the o tlio Ways Tlio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ono Half Distributed Among The Heirs Ihreo Stories of Right and Wrong Banking Told by Lyman J Gage tulc Dimvn X R ays Of wverMt trlit ami tMt prove In recant tn lloiMifl Hirsiiiurllli Invincible Unsurpassable Without a Peer Writes n regular Btibscribor woh hns rend it for many ycnrn of the Twice-a-woe- k isbuo of tho i SYLVESTER SCOVIL ARRESTED 8HiiltU Capture the New York Xewipnper Correspondent Not long ago a farmer who lives three miles from here camo to my store before breakfast and bought a bottle of Cham- Â¬ berlains Cough Remedy He said their little boy had a bad cold and as they had us id what thoy had in the house his wife would not let him go to plow until he came nnd got another bottle The little Now boy who was with him remarked I will soon be well for Chamberlains R O toff medicine always cures me MoEluoy Black Hawk Pa In speak ing of this remedy Mr McElroy said peo pie came from far and wide to his store to get it and many of them would not know what to do without it For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A It Fish er Druggist Â¬ An Old Violin Â¬ Â¬ Consul General Leo has telegraphed tho state de partment from Havana ns follows Sylvester Scovil World correspondent arrested Friday at Tunis Santa Clara proviuco He is the sou of Rev Dr Scovil pres Ho is ident of Wooster university well educated und an all nround nthlete a man of splendid physical proportions an expert horsoman and a good swords man Scovil was manager of tho Clove land Athletic club when tho Oubau re bellion broke out In a spirit of adventure ho determined to join tho patriots and in October 1815 ho left Cleveland for Cuba Consul General Leo will watch out for the interests of Scovil as mi Ameri Â¬ can citizen It is said that General Weyler had put a price of 10000 on Scovlla head for niit tho correspondent was iilleged to havo given to the patriots during u prev ious visit in Cuba w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington Feb to be a Stradivarius owned by MffrTlIarry Moorman of Owensboro Today a reporter of the Inquirer had the pleasure of drawing a bow across the strings of a gunulno Stradivarius This instrument is the property violin of Mr Harry Moorman who obtained it elcht or ten years ago from a pawn-bro- k er who evidently did not know ita value The violin is a tnagultlceut specimen of the great makers handicraft small elegantly shaped and ns light as a feath- Â¬ er Its no k is made of a beautiful peice of wood Its head is finely hand carved in scroll work with lines of exquisite symmetry The body of this violin for grace and lightness far surpasses that of j Jjjid any other instrument in the reporters kuowledge Its varnish lns the pccular texture and glesi so characteristic of the inakors violius Inside on the back ot the instrument and Just beneath one of THE THREE FRIENDS SEIZED the fa Is written the makers name Libel Will He vbilml ami n Clmrifo of the year in which Jt was made and the llrucy Preferred city in which it was manufactured Tho Tho inscription reads ai follows Jacksonville Fla Feb Threo Friends nnd Danntloss nrrived Stradivarius Oremouensls AntonluB hero Saturday noon from their wreck faciebat anno 1721 Owensboro Dally Friends iug expeditions Tho Throo Inquire which had been down to Jtipiter where sho lost a 150000 dredgo was seized at Where a catarrhal affection of the once by Collector Disbeo District At throat or head or any pulmonary all file a libel today torney Clark will charging piracy of the expedition of ineuts exists a slight cold or a hacking Deo 14 and then tho vessol will bo cough Is a serious thing to havlit Is bo surrendered to tho United States mar eerious you can not aflord to have it ihnl delay of oue hour means danger Several Cubans seen recently had The gnus concealed about their persons and tho delay of one day may ineau death will cure a everything points to the early departure Dr Bells It is thought cough or a cold in one night Will re Â¬ of another expedition fa nfT HlO COaSt at lint tlm Tlnruimlfi move the catarrhal affection of pulmo- Â¬ Boino point und that tho tugs Captain of this city nary ailment and build up the tissues Kemps and Martha Helen will be used to carry off the cargo They supporting the lunis rendering the sys aru not carefully wutched us yot and tem less susceptible to colds wo free to go at all hours Â¬ Â¬ Washington i O February 3 Ly Â¬ man J Gsge is a banker with a comple Â¬ A Dtcition Handed Down By The ment ol 11 sh and blood He told two or three stories not long ago from his p r Court of Appeals boiihI i xierienee lo illustrate the right nnd the wrong way to lo banking buol Washington Feb 10 The Court of neBS The ilist t f Ills stories lie put into Appeals in a decision written by Mr Ihe mnuth of a ftiend of IiIb in Western Chief Justice Alvey has d elded that New Y irk raid the administrator of the estate of the late In tie country wlcro I live Judge Advocate General Joseph Holt the New Yetker there came nt the the National Safe Deposit Savings nnd most critical time of the year a killing Tnnt Company tuny distribute to Ms frost It swept tic values ftoni evety heirs-at-laone half of tho estate the farm T ic c immunity wis a prosperous portion di vised and b queatbt el to Miss one generally The farnit is owned their Elizabeth Iiyncp of Kentucky by the lands aud mod of tin in had money in provisions of the alleged will of Febru- hank and wro quite free from debt ary 7 1873 The will it will be remem Seeing tl o loss which had fallen upon bered was declared by a jury last Juno the community it occurred to me that it not to be JudgH Holtp whereupon Miss was my duly to proceed Immediately to dynes and her co beiieilciary Miss Jose collect all of the claims I had and to re phine Holt Throckmorton and Ex cntor fuse to lend to tny customers no matter Luke Devlin noted an appeal Subse how pressing tlieir necessities or how I quently because of a valuable consider- Â¬ great their ultimate retpotit ibllity ation paid her by tho heirs nt law Miss inaugurated this course with a good deal HyneB withdrew her appeal and assigned of vigor I soon discovered that my de to them all her intt rest in nnd to the es- posits wero falling rapidly Mine was tate under the so called will Thercup n tho only bank in the community I the heirs nt law asked the Probate Court found that nil of the claims which 1 held to direct the administrator of tbo estate and which were paid were paid with to pay them Mits Hynes portion less checks on mj self They wero obtained 10000 to meet her proportion of certain by my debtors from membeis of the claims Tlio other side so consented commuiity who had funds with me In but the administrator objected and the short I discovert el that I was 1 titling my Probate Court sustained the objection affairs into a course of rapid lqiiidation holding that the will contest was not I Immediately reversed my line of action only unsettled but that there might be Tilings came ton rest I won back the another will coulldence of the community nnd wna In reversing that order and remanding able to make my tifctnl semi annual divthe case for distribution the Court of idends Appeals says story Mr Gage fas A hard times It is clear bevond doubt that an order tened on n Wisconsin banker whom he approving a substitute appeal and direct described as a man of iron limitless ing distribution in accordance with the Hearing of bank troubles in many lo prayer f the petition will afford ample ptotectiou of the administrator for tho calitits said Mr GHge ths Wisconsin money or funds so paid out If how- Â¬ banker determined that he would not ever tlio administrator should deem It lendu dollar but wuild collect every necetstry for its protection that the parties receiving distribution under such claim due him He enjoyed the entire order should execute tlieir personal re- confidence of the community being n lease for the same or should execute man of uudoubted responsibility Soon powers of attorney authorizing the exe- Â¬ after the banker had determined upon cution of Niich releases upon paymeut of substance applied of the dint ibution and such releases this policy a man may be ll dd in the fiice of the register to him for a loan of 100 The banker of tho willp to bo preserved with the refused on the ground that he could not stipuations under which the distribu- spare tho nioiioy The wjuld be bortion may be made rower from whose mind the illusoii had not yet been dissipated that n bank was Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Cuts a fountain from which wealth Ihwed lie went Bruiser- Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- was shocked and pained Â¬ of ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- about among other members the community expressing his grief that his blains Cornp and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no piy re- banker was in such a distressed situation Â¬ conquired It is guaranteed to give perfect Certain depositors put tlieir own tutUfaction or money refunded Price struction upon the meaning of all this Fob Sale nv A R Within n week the banker himself was 25 cents per box a humble borrower in Chicago having Fisher paid in hard cash 23 per cent of Ids liaThe Inaugural Supper bilities to the community which had lofct From the New York Sun faith in him It will cost SI to get supper at the in Â¬ Mr Gages third story carried as good augural ball in addition to the o that It was told to n moral as the others must be paid by everybody except Pres illustrate the application of confidence ident McKinley or Vice President IIo in a small but wonderfully t Hective way bart and the ladies of their families for a laid Mr After the panic of 1803 for ticket of admission The conttact Gage I visited a town of moderate sza furnishing the supper has been given to not far distant from Chicago The most a Philadelphia caterer who pays the in- Â¬ chant in the place told mo augural committee a percentage of his important uiei k this For a tiu or ten dajs during tho gross receipts This as well us the re- Â¬ panic business here came to a standstill ceipts from tho s tie of ball tickets will We did absolutely nothing Oue day we be devoted to the payment of the exreceived a 100 bill by express from n penses of the inauguration A guarandistant town with directions to credit it tee fund ot 50000 is subscribed by the upon the open account of the sender citziiisof Washington and the cash is We looked at the 100 bill witli interest paid in order that all bills f h the prepand curiosity After conlerring together aration for inaugural day may bo met we concluded to send it to Mr A whom promptly Then the receipts of tho ball we owed a small amount knowing that are divided among the subscribers to the he was in need Abjut 3 oclock in tlio guarantee fund as far as thoy will go afternoon a wnon mnker iu the town Four years ago tho expenses of tho inaucame Into our office with a broad smile guration were about 30000 which was I am gn to pay Bald receipts at the ball in his face and all covered by the you 100 ou account It is tho first mon Â¬ aud a little over was given to tho chariWo ey I have Been in a good while ties i f ths city Tltis year the arrange- Â¬ took the money and discovered it to be ments are on a larger scale and it is in Â¬ tlio same note we had rec ived by ex tended to expend about 50000 A tempresjln the rooming We asked him porary kitchen will be built in the form he got it expecting that he would to in the rear of the pension where of a lean reply that he got It from Mr A to whom office Thirty cooks and 200 waiters will we had paid it He told us he got it be brought from Philadelphia on inau- Â¬ We then followed the his Â¬ from Mr 1 Â¬ guration day with all the china silvertory of the note back und fotitid that it ware liuen kitchen utensils and the had liquidated six otl or debts of 100 food prepared as far as pcmiblo in adeach during the day and in the after- Â¬ The caterer lms arranged lor a vance it had come back to up liquidating special train on the Pennsylvania Rail- noon another debt ol 100 We still had the His pans and preparations are all road note for fresh operations lie next day under the supervision of the committee These stories commented Mr Gage on banquet of which Gen George 13 tarry their own sugas ho finished Willams of this city is the chairman gestions and their estimate r quires him to fur Not long ago at the close ol Its bus nish 10000 assorted sandwitches 8000 ness j ear tho bank over which Mr Gage chicken cutlets 7000 sweetbread patties presides the First National of Chicago 300 gallons of consomme soup 300 galwiped off ita crtdits a list of bad d bis lons of terrapin 300 gallons c f chicken which aggregated an amount away up in 200 galsalad 200 gallons of crab salad the hundreds if thousand of dollats lons of lobster salid 250 haras 80000 yet the great iiiBiitutlon carries a ojsttrs 200 tot gues 180 boned tutkejs And surplus equal to its ctpltal stock and is 1800 quarts of ice cream 1C0 gallons of a dl vldeud earner of heal thy perfurmano R itnau punch 250 pounds of rakes 100 The fact Ib Mr Gage piaciics what h pounds of game patties and JOOgallors preaches He has applied to his busi Â¬ of ce flee This is supposed to be sufll his stories Is the ness the BUggebtious which cient to feed 10000 people which carry He keeis his money moving attendance expected minimum He takes some rinks He aceumtilat s He more than off aomo bad atcotiuta Muscular Rheumatism Promptly Rlleeved sets tin hi with the increased earnings Mr J K Uolton a well known fur which result from activity of his capital dealer of Oxford P mye he BOiuotimes and If tlio bankers of the United State a weio Buff rs with muscular rheumatism allLymauJ GagiB these wouldnt be while having one of the most painful at Â¬ Browns drug hard times Rather than hoard unnec tacks he called at W TJ essarily he prefers to take the chances of store and Mr Brown advised hm to try There are bankers who Halm ho did so some losses Chamberlans Pain shake their heads aud say Mr Gage Isnt aud It gave him immediate relief Pain conservative Mr Gnje la human Talk Balm is asi recommended for iheuma as a class not long age ho of tlsm by Mr E W Wheeler of Luthers lng bankers who has uaed it and found It eald Mills Pa Wo represent what is known as the to be an excellent remedy If troubled producers We rheumatism give It a trial It is middle clais the iion with stand between those who produce aud Â¬ certain to relieve the pain as soon as apWo are tho result who consume plied aud its continued use will effect a those pa cents per of a long period of evolution Aud cure For fate at 25 and 50 nature la true to herself it la probube bottle by A R Usher Druggist that the preeeut arrangement by which Notice the thing that one produces Is trannfern d Is the best de- Â¬ Why buy Inferior or doubtful brandy to the one who coiiIuuhb bo had bo vice which nature b tapabe of I know when Burchs Pure Apple can that we are looked upon with contempt conveniently and bo cheap Y in many quarters They say we toll not 2 00 per gallon Bend O O D Price neither do we spin They call ua para W L Burch jug included The functions that we Ky llhodella aitea and drone Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1st Greatest Merit Secured hy n peculiar Combina- Â¬ tion lroMitlon nmt lroccn to others which unknown naturally ami actually produces 2d Greatest Gures According to the statements nt druggists nil over Ihe country In theso threo points Ilood1 Sarsaparllla Is peculiar to iMelf Shown liy thousands of honest voluntary testimonials which naturally and actually produce St Louis Globe Democrat and this is tho unanimou verdict of its moro thanhalfn million renders 3d Greatest Sales Hoods Is the host Sarsaparilla It Is nOOCl S the One True Itlood 1urllUr are tlio only to Uiko HlllS wltlilliMMl4irwtnrllli fill are all tiseftt1 in fact they are indis pencaile factors in the living of man up Hut the world doesnt on this earth know it It is for us to exemplify as well as we can the ollice that we perfartr and show society thnt we do it n genuine nnd renl nnd indlsponslble service Tno coming Secretnry of the Trensury It is beyond all comparison tho biggest best nnd cheapest national news nnd family Journal It is published in America in peilitics strictly Republican but it is above nil a newspaper and gives all the nows promptly accurately and impartially It is indisponsable to tho Farmer Merchant or Professional man who desires to keep thoroughly posted but has not tho time to read a large Daily paper while its great varie- Â¬ ty of wel selected reading matter makes it an invaluable Home Â¬ and Family Paper is broad gtifg- - AXTEL Miss Annie McClullnu has decided to go to Balltown to reside with her TWO PAPERS EVERY WEEK EIGHT PAGES EACH TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ONE DOLLAR FOR ONE YEAR SAMPLE COPIES FREE GLOBE PRINTING CO ST LOUIS MO brother John Tuttle hfs recently found a load stone In our vicinity Miss Maggie Wilsons school has closed and wo regret her departure very much Miss Victoria Brown has returned from a visit to her sister in llardinsburg Mrs Sal He Berry was at Axtel last Wednesday Charlie Bennett hns mad quite an im provement on his little farm LIhe Apron party at Mr Tom Woesleys lait Saturday night was quite a success Mrs Palrsino Lewis and children are expected in our midst in a few dajs Â¬ Â¬ A Decayed Tooth 05slJ v irTi fSgfc Is the cause of much annoyance in tho wintor time Catch cold in it neuralgia toothache Better have us feel mean with tbc world patch it up others might BUggcstto havo it Do a neat job filled with gold silver pulled or nluninium With approveel science at our command the operation will not pain you Would you rather suffer tho pangs of neuralgia or suffer the payment of 81 for a neat filling gold will cost more Â¬ ITVv2Pv CJLOC HARDIN Welcome I Mrs Lewis WILDER Brandenburg Ky NBRVBLIPB Great KliSTORER I The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Paluce Halls and entrances aro Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed rooms Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully DecoIts equipments throughout are withont rated and Brilliantly Lighted a superior in tho South rate of charges considered Â¬ Restores wita iu movet a p3tfect re JvAj jTAWV 5 o x yA mauliiwlaml ob3il vrs Hi Jiyf rr J Tr VW in it naitj Restores tho V cntlie nervoiw a vlirn ntnl tVtfW ill V Fo- vit vwi enVcU ul tho moves sins of youth nnd ex esses of later years Uomovoa all ellects of ilibsitwtion and re pain all wnsto places Curos Ifiwimiiiiatnl leutoros refreshing sleep Curos Im potence and restores Â¬ Cures all waging disease and testorcs development to all paits of tlio body NERVE LIFE is the only purely sclentllic treatment and alTocis relief from It p movcs tho cause tUo first dues lie anl ndaii nature to effect a cuifl Cure Speciai discount to physicians giiariinleed Our new treatise on Nervous Iliseaies Manhood it3 Lots nnd HecoVery mailed free In plain sealed wrapper lor wo J cent stamps Mention this paper lull vital power Over 810000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND S250 PER DAY W Scott Miller Jr Manager GOLDEN RULE Independent Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Main LOUISVILLE KY 1 Send 50c lor Trill Treatment and be Coneloctd- NERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO KALAMAZOO MICH Southeast Got of Twelfth Wheel Tobacco Co INCOIMOUATEP Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhel and per cunt Commission Rockport Ship your tobacco to tho Wheol Tobacco Co the only tobacco firm thnt is co operative Kvery one who ships us five hogsheads becomes n member of the company nnd shares In all future profits Dont be fooled by ngenta fnlse promises rebates and big prices We charge lets than ever before our regular fees have been reduced from fifty cents to one dol lar per hogshead to suit tho low prices You will get the best now being paid attention every hogshead ia handled with tho greatest care and no rejection ttnltss nclinlly necessary We will re Â¬ mit by cheek or registered letter Oillce and sales room South east corner of Main and Vi It streets Louisville Ky Mark your ho sheads Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saw Works Repairs Saws of All Kinds Particular nttontlou given to repairing largo Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Kvery Saw tested by uteain before It leaves the shop Every Saw warranted Vorkman8lilp the very best Prices lower than any shop In America Mark your namo on Saws and send a letter of advice as to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS UOOKPORT INI B00E KEEPINO SHOST HAND TELEGRAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC WHEEL TOBAOOOOO WM BUUOK Secy LOUISVILLE KY Safety Comfort rfk d t40UMaya iLvw BRYANT No tjdpwnati Louisville and Ewis Who desires to faottcr his or her condition in life should writo for tho Catalogue of tho 400 THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE STRATTON a e B1SSIgE KY Packet Line fait Mall Ltna Vetween Louisville and Evansville 6TEAMEUS j PICKETT OHAH a liuiDGKS W G nniDGivS owejn E F M D G IiAGON W A TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE Co C A Bridges iuiiitirToii Cor Eighth and Main Streots LOUISVILLE KY ltyan Mailer lliibop Puriar TARASCON h rnny Muter L T Conner Purser FOUR MONTHS STORAGE JFREE mmmmmmmmammmmmmammmi TELL CITY 11 H Mallard Matter W B NewUll lurier I D STAGGS Dally except Saturday between Loulnllle and Hew Auiitrdara Freight ihlpne J by tbli lice delivered quick er than by rail Trarelen will And Ihe teamen are In equipment and aeoomuodatloni The belt culinary ere employed aa oooki and the menu li eual to that of the beat botali lenerat office ITA a d 178 4th Arenue Loulivllle W W UITK D L FKNNY w fHliuirttttnl VlWsfWBmfei 1HH11 E4 RATES PCn DAY Th mot tentr llu loctUd Hotel In ttu cltg Supt lrei I ri loHNSON in 7Sre in fomSYlLLE Ky T THE BRROKEUtfRmGEt NSW3 OLvOVaRPORT KY HrfStCgJCESStMAaUVUlfc MKwSikS TfTrari r iiiiiiiiMUiiDiiiiiuiiliiMiiiiininiiHiMuimMmmnSiiHn Jlnvv long must 1 keep tinting my heart out in this wny I dont qullo know liatyou menu Rob said thankful that the rnly light upon her was tho low silver of it newly risen moon Sho shivered Her hands grew cold In spile of her pride her deadly hurt It wns hard to hdiove iu Jacks treachery with Ills voice in her enr Ilo tiled to tako her hand Sho K are pleased to make an entirely new olTcr to our subscribers in drew it away nud locked it with its which every one may have a chance to name the missing wore in fellow nt her back Mnybo I nui a fool for my paius this sentence Jnck said thickly but but I iwketl CorYRKIHT 1650 llY Tilt Autiioi you In many me I ask it again I lovo SUPPLY AND DEHAND ARE AS IHTfoiaTCLY you you only so well I could kiss tho ground you tread that is I lovo tho AS CAUSE AND EFFECT tiuk of Utile iTm Tuspitoof her ellmigo girl I knew and believed iu nud called OIIAPTEIt X of fino pluningo nnd conifortably slip of risldeueo she still held membership by your name I do not want n woman Why If disappointment liko Katli loves n pered upon their bark piazza It is quoted from a prominent writer upon economic subjccts Tho church had lost power who can tolerato tho Ben Topmarks If rIiIuIiik mark it is cnxy to comprehend wheros Jack ho demanded beforo ho nt Hethel In making your guess It U not necessary to write out the full iu the last half dozen yeais In common you mean to keep him dangling nfter the thing which befell Mr Topmnrks oven nt down Alice you mustnt As tho bell buoy enables the My guess for missing word for A1ARCH sentence simply write refulgent head But ono customer re- quarrel with that boy Id ruthcr know with all its morn zealous inembeis sho- you then by tho Lord you cant havu mariner to nvold sunken rocks and slioalit so Dr Hells warded his thrifty homo coming u you was goln ter marry him than that was praying for u season of spiritual re- me Oh little git I dont say dont wnrds on the serious conao think mo n jealous brute I I can under small Ind very black very imiiNi quences of a cough neglected It tho stod mako cr couple er thousans fre blng It only tho Lord will bo with ns stop tho cough nnd cures the cause stand how you may havo done it all clothed only in n uliirt nud Btmsliliie clear between this nu Olirisinus I was seriously affected n llh a coimh for slio said swaying gently buck nnd forth for a whim to mako tho rest who liato You am tho bcRt thing Mrs Win Ills crrnnd was to buy 6 cents worth MJrenrn lald hundreds of dollars tortoc Ah Brother Mc in hi r rocking ehulr lorn and for medicine hut everything failed you so gapo and stare You see 1 know of coal oil yet ho lingered a good hour fold repeated effusively wiping her eyes until t tried Dr Hells Gregor whnt would I not glvo for one nil your wicki duess lu fnct I rather ThlJ wonderful remedy saved my life iu talk nud left Mr Topuinrk with cold ii8 sho spoko Ifcoyouvo found out J B ROSKL Grantsburf 111 hour moiu like that when your wifo pro lovo y ti tho better for it Kay that is bIiIvcm pluyltiK up nud down his pitio how tho poro child feels towards Jack She had mourned so long filed bust truth darling say you will never do DR For Bud tho small darky lived with You wunter encouriilgo her not ter bo deeply nud PUBLISHED AT ATLANTA GA in silence Sho told mo after it any nioic that you will glvo mo tho his parents upon lloscoo plantation and too bashful an frighten him olf I was v aan22z III CONNECTION WITH vwird sin1 felt she Pine-Tar-Hon- ey win garrulously full of Aunt Pheiny real provoked myself that ho didnt stay tinpnvilomljlo sin inhad committed tho right to keep him from troubling you making an idol of Rob bad been shaken by his plead A rnudoin word hero ter supper I hurried homo un made ico nnd her powers nud thcro let tho storekeeper know that cream Hoh so fond of our ico cream hit fiibtboru littlo Esta you know and ings his comprehension but at tho last ia m Rtiaranteea care for Sho there wns belief among tho blncks that yon know Niuesy run git soinu fer that i injbe that wns why God took tiio words her uuger flamed again all throat limn and chest troubles Including asthma littlMlIlo chow n little farther away and Haiti bIio had laid magic against hiui which Uno Ecu Yes you mut luivo it Its La bronchitis Jrlmx e nud the thought almost broke i with nu ncrent of dolicato irony whooping cougb croup had porno wny recoiled on iiis wifes in real good nu heap uioruu jest us threo J a fjOcH bottln AUdragEUii or heart Mr McGregor bioku iu his AT THE EXTREMELY CO Why Jack how can you think lie or Mm opoo rtolpi l prlc b women can eat nocent head No cauto wns aligned MM Tft c E BQiieriaiH LOW PRICE OF yet his own consciousness nnd whnt Im glnd ho went particularly now face vu rkiug I feared she would loso troubles me You ought to know better HtdtrlMf Fidafthf jt than unybody in tho world whnt fnsci- UrMBJ MltCaUIV rfMMMMMMMMMWWyMW should have been his conscience easily that Undo lien has come Miss Win her in j i d over it but God was merciful And send your guess with it and we will forward all for you and thus nation runs iu the family and how im supplied one Year in year out ho had fold said stretching her feet ns far in At hut he luok uway her burden oho was the clearest happiest conpossihlo it is to cscupu it bought their crops weighing them to front of her as was povdhlc have Id Toe Pretty Intrnotres Her faco shono liko Give You a Chance to Make Good Money I his own profit nud paying for them in on my tight new shots if ho had staid vert I ever saw iMo es w h u he camo down from tho to nn cotiuidJ A ptc ty New York society woman of merchandise It was iu such tfufllc that Besides it aint good policy to let your Mrs Pay no said wiping fine family connectiona and of winning his prosperity was rooted Even if ho sweetheart get tired of you is it Undo mount tin uway an ecslntio tear Old Bishop had dealt fairly it would liavo uiudo him Den presencp as thrown upon her onn re- Â¬ My Neighbor Told Me THE CONSTITUTION guarantees that the amount of the award preached I remember his text rich With long weight nnd scnut nieas Caint provo it by me Mr Top Sonle sources a j ear or two ago by money loss will not be less than 500 in Cash and it may he as much as 2000 uro tho store was a veritable gold mine mark returned grinning and rubbing was Con o unto me nil yo that lubor About Hoods Sanapatilii and advised ea She detei mined to ait up nt a lectur- Â¬ Vet all his riches might not avail to his hands It will be 10 per cent of all subscriptions that we and all the It dont pear ter mo right ami nrc huivy laden and ns I listened me to try it This is the kind of ndvertli er to cIhieih of young people and to savo him from tho enemy walking and now that I over could git tired or my I thought if lie had been preaching ing which idvts Hoods Snrsnparilla the other clubbing papers with The Constitution secure for the months of schools Her sulj cts are Abraham working iu darkness As tho boy trot- sweetheart straight at your wife ho could not havo largst sales in tho world lriend tells Lncoln January and February If the subscriptions keep up with the record of Tho War of 1812 Ef yon nint droll I You nlwnys wns Poca ted away Mr Topmnrk tet his teeth como nearor her rase That was ut morn friend tlmt Hooda Sarsapanlla cures last year the sum to be given will Exceed 2000 cash If the sub honlBS Dead man conjure ch Ef Mrs Winfold said giggling w though ing service That night it was young The Underground Railway muttering that it gives strength health vitalilj nid 1 nuiit mc J eddy nn she oozed nmuseinont nut olo ling scriptions arc doubled as they were in January just past The Consti- Â¬ Tho idenr of Brother Komi the wonderful poor fol- vigor and whole neighborhoods uso itus and simiar umttera Fume moro boys at her Tluyll fix her you n tnlkiu that way like er boy on his If She finds that alio can Bceurea comfort- Â¬ tution will pay out about 3000 in cash premiums in this contest low who died next year of yellow fever a family midiclno Kosho wont nover hurt moergiu Wisht first legsl Itmado mo laugh terday seein more than one person name the proper word the amount will be equally Ho had gono us a nurse you know I able livelihood by this by no mans arnho didnt livo nt llocoo though Sposo how folks stared nt you as ef you hndnt Miis Hob found it out Lord tho fonl I as much right as they had ter carry on sat with my heart in my cars It did Hoods Pills net entily and promptly duous pn f H310D and hag hr engage Â¬ divided between them seem to mo God hud specially set his nmcrbout that gall I littlo thought how any wny you ehoool on the liver and bowels The Weakly Constitution is Ilia Greatest Weakly Newspaper in the World Cure sick Head ments alrea ly booked a season in adservants to comfort my poor dear When things would turn tho night I vance This work is on aomewhat sim- Â¬ with circulation of I dont need nono er them fer gyuar nche It covers the whole world in its news a they called mourners it was heartbreak156000 Something iu tho gliis fronted letter jinn thats certain Mr Topmnrk reilar linea to that of another New York ing to sco her Her head wns hanging service and covers the news of the United States in minute detail with box nailed to one pillar of tho porch turned But Bay Alice dont you by her face woman who delivers private lectures to News and Gosiip nil white but sho got up nud caught his eyo Topumrks wiii not it no means let Jack Till hot slip Hos bet 12 pages 7 columns to the page 84 Columns Every Week a number of wealthy society liaiera To went with tho rest nnd I just had to go Weddings have nlmost ceased poslofllco The nearest ono Indeed was ter wuth ketehin than anybody else ever AS A NKWSlAIKR J lie Weekly Constitution liat no in America I Its news them ahe glvea plain and concise non reports coer Ihe world nnd its correspondents nnd nyenU are equal found in nlmost every und kneel by her and put my arms live miles off nud folks who went to it youll havo the chance of Besides but lo be Court house weddings nre nil the go around her I wanted to comfort her partisan veralona of present day pflairs bailiwick in the Southern nnd Western States of tot purposo had n neighborly habit of never mind Tho day you marry him The ladies are all readers of the Nkws such as the Venezuela boundary dispute AS A MAGAZINK It prints more such matter as is ordinarily found in the great bringing whatever lay in wnit thcro for you git tho finest cow in my parstcr an but not a word came I know afterward magazines of the country than can be gotten from even ihe best of them Candidates n e numerous evi rj where the Cub m attuggle etc iiy her lead any near resident and dropping it iu thu the handsomest silk dress money will it was Gods grace kept mo dumb Old AS AN nnUCATOU Ills a sclioolhoue within itself and a jcars reading of THE Sister Juckou prayed first Oh what a box us they rodo Iioinu just tho htore buy OvMtisboio wilUoon have n new ice hulii the listeners are intculated as it CONSTITUTION is a liberal education to ainone prayer it wasl And when wo got up Ho Mr Topmnrk was not mtrnribcd to were with enough general information AS A FKIKNI AND COMPANION Its Jack you oughterhire Hes the from our knees my poor dears faco was factory It brings cheer and cemfort to the fireside every fee n ccrnwled envulupo iusido tho box week is eagerly sought by the children contains valuible information for the mother and is ono hangs buck Nina said spitefully liko thu shining ones hut still sho never iVnllu Walla Gum company has to keep them abroast of the times and Tho yet when ho had got it out nnd opened Her undo laughed loudly as ho an for every member of the household to enable them to hold their own in cou- - an encyclopedia of instruction said a word But I shouted shouted goue to tho wall ITS SlliCIAL MCATLKICS Aie suth as are not lo Le found In any other paper in it his hands shook eagerly as ho lead swered loud something I never did beforo ve Hition on current topics which the America My part is done Now you do yours H nl the Xkws anil keep posted on all Ninesy you mny bo sns sy ns you out THE FAKM AND FARMERS DEPARTMENT have neither the time nor tho inclination anio way Tho bear with er painters please heru at home but dont you never or since And then sho caught my hands nintteiB of interest und said just like a littlo child Oh THE WOMANS DEPARTMENT to follow at length through the columns hide lot on ter nobody out ido that Al wants THE CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT An Indiana man while on bis way of the daily papers Kx After ho had read it tTirco times ho Jack worion ho wants her Wo know Bety Betsy God has taken uway my Are all under able direction and are specially attractive to those to whom these departments home from his dlstillerv frezi to d ath jmvh a long whihtlo tlitu said half he couldnt do better not nowhere iu sinsl are addressed I remember Mr McGregor said aloud In that cw my frien bar I tho nullity A Valuable Prescription Tho Nkws turns out better job work I hopo it is not irreverent huskily bo ilxin do er littlo scritchili better LET US IHVE YDJl SU3S31IPTI0H AT OHCE He dont think so He can plenso than any otlice betwnen Louisville nud Editor Morrison of AVortlilngtonInd ter myself With tho olo mar nn tho himself a heap better an not go nowhere but Sister Payne I can lint feel that when wo meet in heaven it will bo just Ortcneboro Sun writes You have a valuable colt gono thar nint er tiling Mio could And with it your guess for the guess must in every case ac- Â¬ liko that night I havo not long to wait Tho Meade County Mts enger corres prBcrintion in Klectric Bitters and I cm rv iiiio er dollar on Tho niggers own the company the yearly subscription sent in You cannot do with- Â¬ now My only care my dearest hopo is pondent from tock they work Them waz olo Allens Concordia Is quite a po- Â¬ cheerfully recommend it for Constipa that when I meet her it will bo in full litical writer out your local newspaper and you cannot do without a great mules ter tho ciirrianc terday I do hope tion and S ck Headache and as a general kunwledgu that our baby is coming after hhol Iienrrea on but Im mighty friid general newspaper in touch with your section We cover the syste m tonic it has no qual Mrs An The Mendo county Mssorgyr says St me Miuunut Anyway I hour luvn Law loca demand THE CONSTITUTION covers the world If you Hobs a denr good child You need Rose Co irt iu Cloverpirt is better known nio Steble LOLo Cottage Grove Ave yer Howell right hero on the put Cbicigo was all run down could not eat ate already a subscriber to our paper and want The Constitution not fut Sho is her mother over again aa Cowheel As tho sun ilippid nnd the shadows nor dig st food hud a backacbo which Mrs Pnyno said sympathetically patsend us 100 and along with it your guess in the missing word grew long and black urins tho giais ho Hogs have for tho past several days ting his thin hand I did not think never left her and felt tired and weary contest We will forward same and duly record your guess wrapped in Iei p tboiigbt hi eyes r it taken full control of Main street in sho would be Sho had all tho McGreg but six bottles of Electric iiitteis restored hardly noting the waning of tho day or favor when sho was little But now Brandenburg I In gavo n great Mart indi ed Thou Lu her health aud renewed her strength THE CONTEST CLOSES MARCH I 1897 why Id know her for Helens daugh Iiy sending J5j in stamps the Nkws ley crept up to him holding baby Jin Get a bottle at ter among a thousand Tho main differ will forwnrd to your a Idres five quires PiiceoO cntaand ney by the hand nnd with Annio tagging Send us your money and get both papers one year and per- Â¬ A It Fishers Druir Store ence is sho is prettier Thcro was uo of fiuo writing papor to her frock haps get enough money to clear you of debt or buy you a good body in all tho crowd today to think of Its so lonesonio without mother A number of correspondents are using home Now is the time to subscribe setting beside her I havo got daughters hho said I como ter nsk mightnt tho That of my own and they aro not ugly girls nnd you know Dont 1 work on my crochet eilgin Address all orders to but they cant compare with your girl phrasts very extensively Why no This is Sunday an Sun no more than the rest day belongs ter tho Lord Mr Top William Tandy after serving tho BapJack made Mrs Pnyno his best bow mark said rousing himself nud begin Tho young folks had fallen silent lis tist Sunday School in Hopkiuaville for ning to play with his brood in decent tening to their elders You nre tho 20 years aa treasurer hsa realgned fatherly fashion Hut Luley was not to Ky W S Stenelt of Hawesville tho bright wisist woman I know ho said But bo silenced Mrs Payne plenso tell mo whrro Hob journalist will bo the next Republican Teddy says you mako him work has hidden he i self No I dont think candidate for the Semfte in sho began Sundays lie tun htiH tilmulf n hiii better this district over of saying Miss Hob You see Ivo Her father cut short her speech Ted Ninn mid stubbornly but to Iloscoe A clerk in the Penaocols Fla pr at raied her partly Sho belongs to me is dy nint fit fer nothin in tho world but At once Mr Topmark snt bolt upright my lit lie sister halting puciptibly oillce after being detected of writing im Â¬ ter lio nu sell goods ho said The First of American Newspa- Â¬ Sow saying between gulps of ico cream proper letters to married women took and I havu a big scold Luley you listen at mo I kin tell him its a mighty wasto over the word pers CHARLES A DANA Editor ing for hei Sho hud no business setting his life Tho bnd man will get Luley fer of eyesight fer him ter look thu way Clover- Â¬ up as a voting Judy full Hedged with workin I know ho will Annio interWhy brother what can you mean The Owonsboro Daily Inquirer ia the bonus mid nil that entirely without Sho was her fathers favorito rupted Mrs Winfold asked her faro npprehen brighteat and neWBiebt paper that lias The American Constitution the far and uway tho pretticit of tho three hive but avidly curious Witli half shut my leave Oh hadnt she Rob called from been published in that city for n number Louisville Hender onlSt Louis fiyt with her big bluo eyes and yellow curls eyes ho replied American Idea the American Spirit of Well Jack tho of yeara and n wny sho had of looking confiding Nothin only ho caint havo Hob Mc tho door buck of him scolding must wait I inn too happy These first last and all the time David M Duncan who has had charge ly up in tho faco of whomsoever sho Gregor un sliu shant havo him just now to quarrel even with you But of the Meade County would cajolo Now ns hho scrambled You mean not if wo can help it Miaiengr for tho forever when I am all by myself again as bluo past into her fathers arms hho laid her head Aliro said molly I ngreo to that twoyeata ie improving tho papir May Co und miserublo us a frost bitten rosebud Taking Effect against his cheek and Mid in her wisest Undo Hen but uro wo certain they will Daily by mall - - 6 a year its only that wny Im over liko a every issue Yes tho olo bad man will git mtirrv us11 voice CANNELTON IND Daily and Sunday by mail 8 year At 600 oclck A M Sndaj Dec 27 186 a Tho Freu Silveriti s nro ull anxiously Luley suro Aunt Sarah says so an sho You must tend ter Jack Sholl rosebud why then wo will begin nnd says hho hopes holl get Miss Rob Mc havo tho chanco of mo yes a hundred I shall givo you back scorn and railing waiting for tho first number of the Dal ftil Bouud JSraint Eatl Bound IVaii with interest ly Dirpatch soon to make its appearance Gregor too times over Mr Topmnrk soid dogged But what shall wo do tonight 41 In Louisville That reminds me Sis Sarah ef Hoi Did slio hay that I caint be ly Mail Mail A Jack queried with a show of intenso Maprs Kxpra STATIONS Kxpra Kxpr liovo it But George como ter think you caint find nothin better ter do than C Vic Robertson and brother Glen unxiety Rob laughed lightly as sho of it now I reckon sho did Mr Top tryin ter set my children nginst her I Dally Dally KY L0UISVI1LK Feb 18 1887 Dally Pally deane Ky marketed a goo I load o mark said rising mid hhnking himself wish youd Jeavo em alone I wont said 6 fOJini Shlpperi ihoald mark all paokagsi plainly is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper Tonight Oh tonight you aro to hots Mr Ernest Rib rtson camo along 6 SOpm 812 IvUan ptar 12 45pm 77 5Jpr 45 Como on ter tho houbo children Kentucky St 12 30 ho havo nothin in her dispraise from no 43 havo supper with us mid nu extrn Jump to see them Bold Loulavllle Live Stock 7 2 8 4S with ihlppsrt name and poit offloa addreai Wettlolnt U 63am 74 went on in the world An Luley heros tho storo body least of all my own famly 8 48 TM Howard U12 of sugar in your coffee and two hot Journal 71 BUTTER I havo told momuirr all along sho key Ef nnybody hollers you open tho 7 37 WlllowJalc U 43 80 63 waflles iu placo of one to reward you 4 Choice country 7 12 9 04 Itock Haven 13 Price 5c a copy By mall 2 a year 1137 6 47 door nn nsk urn ter wait till Teddy was tho sweetest nicest girl iu thecouu Where avo you been Bending your 70 UU4 Long Hranch 1130 Medium 8 Ci 10 641 Miss Winfold began as her mother for tho noblo wny in which you did comes IIo caint bo long now Ivo got ty 7M 016 flrandenburg 1122 6r3 Creamery Addrck THE SUN Now York 17 20 printing Havo you ever tried us your duly toward unprotected woman- 8 0S U23 Kkron 1113 6 III ter writo or letter Then well I think bobbed out KQQS 9 33 Guiton Possibly we can interest you both in price 810 18 hood today 114 I know I lrnvo said things Vreib 12 941 fl IU Ill rido up nn heo your Aunt Snrtth 1065 Irvlnifton Dont mako sport of somebody who and workmanship The next tini give 824 FKATHKK3 1040 Wchiter not to very much 82 9 48 557 but Tho letter writing ought not to havo brother 8 40 10 37 wants to Lo our friend and can bo a us a trial ord r UnKCKKNitiiiais Nkws Lodlbure Prime white gooie 0 49 40 90 never lot slip another taken long it was a mighty brief epis but Ill never 8 47 103 1029 lierce 6U Mixed 2 mighty helpful ono Juck said so low 1017 862 Sample 1U21 f only youll promus you 5 7 tle but Mr Topmark snt n good hour word Old The Madisonvilln Hustler tlitOAaout 9 0J 10 H li Stcphemport 1016 519 Wfiarfmaslers Steamboat Agent never let nothin turn you clean that inly Rob heard it Sho shook her weighing each word and phraso of it wont 7o 1 duck 01 25 10 Uil IOCS n 6 2 Addlion head willfully uud run to lead her fa- ths pertinent hint rimes were not so 9 10 22 9117 10 01 POULT ax Holt 6 23 ItH er tioklUh thing ter miniuge ho ngiust poor mo I CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY llKU ther iu to the table where sho kept up hard iu tho United Stub a last year that 920 Cloverport 9 62 Hem per lb 611 Come come Sis Sarah Inintmnd i I got tercovcr up my tracks muttered 10 8 923 Shop 9 48 fiiH a flood of laughing ohnttcT throughout too people of this nation couldnt Spring Chlckeni per dot Local Agcnta 10 41 0f 9 33 4 ST SMllman Mr Top Sho nius think Im n doiu my lovol best only n little mito provoked J 31 spi nu Ducki per lb 7 tho meal Jack got no chanco to siy n 1000000000 for liquora 9 45 069 4 47 llawcavllle 910 Stop cry ter savo tho olo man from worry nn I mark said his faco clearing Homestead Fertilizer Company and This la a sum 951 1107 Ueeie per doi 475 918 4 0 Ictrle wind to her in private until ho was on Wo aro all iu thu same boat sho wont need ter bo told that iu I Kay II U reckon Falcon FOTATOliS 4 31 912 but littlo ltfs than the sock of gold and 968 tho point of going away 1008 1121 rewuport 4 0 903 Standard Oil Company trlfb per barrel nono cr them jaeksnipo lawyers thar in un pretty fools wod bo not ter pull tor 7513 00 8 65 Waltman 4 19 It was then 10 oclock Ho had said silver iu circulation in the United Stati 8 10 15 11 29 New La 2 ju 00 4 10 1025 town wont tuko no coso fer nobody gutherl HIS Dealer In 8 40 Iuwtn Iu twelvo yeara this would buy all tho 10 38 1149 tweet potatoes per bbl mid 75 100 8 31 369 Thats what Ivo told moinmcr nil his goodbys Hob wns passing down the railroads of much cf they know mo nu my money is Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor From itore 2 to 5 eta blgber 43 8 49 the couutry If the drink 10 U0 11 69 mi Oweuiboro 8 25 steps when ran after him with his on tho other sido cr it I inns think along Miss Winfold said 11 Mattuiifly 8 13 Nyy Beam per buihel 12llim 318 Q 25 Ing and Culling Weather Boarding ingmen will sivu tlidr money f ir a de 115 crying out Mercy 1210 OrithtV Her mother whined Girls oughter handkerchief 88 33fl luck is with mo It como over mo this ROOTS 1220 8 04 Stauloy 3 3 Shingles Salt Lime Cement cade they could purchase n big amouut 1103 marry I know that but no man Jlvin Jack Sco what yon camu nonr doing mornin as wo druv orloug Sposo tho 12 20 1115 2 75 240 7 68 WorthlnKton 321 losing ono of your beautiful birthday of the propaity of the country Laths Plaster Plastering Senica Suako 1233 Heada 7 51 316 54 at the end 1123 other gal an bister Annis was nt mcot is good enough fer Alice 1131pm 12 41 Spottavllle 7 43 I think I could guess of the period 310 Ilnk Well you mustnt blamo her fer handkerchiefs Ifalr Plow Handles H in torduy un had chooscd ter say things 1138o 48 U naaictt 17 26 3C4 who worked your iiiiuio so cunningly in 21 teiow 1165pm Mr Topmark said erbout how I como thar un who I thlnkiu diiroreut Bricks Etc 0mar Hendctn lv 720am 2t0t Wild dinger 5 W 4 tho corner but I wont tell you Men Folks nughter suit fetched I got rouu tho olo womau ensy with a smirk Lady Slipper 1 Estimates Furnished for Oulldlogs and anyway But supposo sho Cold anil Grippe Cure nay Apple when sho nthicted mo Thats ono good themselves about that Oh Alice do nro to vain grew Hi saw it nud jealous liko Othello Bulldlngaterlal Dlood er Teddy boin fcoch cr Her That Mug your best my girl I Ill do tho same Dr MeiidenhalPs Cold ami Grippe L li Como outsido with mo it ininuto St L Ry Fordsvlfe Branch nolycr is er pictyer Id marry her in er May by tharll bo two weddlns tills fall FIKIDSKKDS The well known Brands of Curo Is guaranteed to cute Colds La suid catching her arm and timothy per huibel v minit of want fer well Jiuviti gnl thatll mako all Walnut Cieek open its Juck her beneath thu poplars draw Grippe Hendache Neuralgia Aching ing Rob iiover per Dumel 4 50 TIME TABU No 0 children liko Ivo got that is of cose eyes an talk for tho uex six moiitlis Orlmion Clover per buihel Prostration etc 3 00 whv do you torment mo so Foverisi ConJItioiiB durliuc ef Hiadnt never peeii that devilish littlo RadToppej For the Cough tako Dr MeiidiiibuHs TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1895 Orchard J ranbuibel per buihel ristocrat that has clear bewitched mo About tho sumo timo Jack Talbot sat Ci ugh and Consumption Cute Dlue Jrou fancy p r buihel Wot Iloiuid Train Kail Hound Train Id tako her with jest ho clothes sho upon the piazea ut Ituscoe outwardly a uiue uraii extra per buibel iCoXctffti Dally Dally Dally Pall stands iu quickern I would nny other pattern of dicorous attention to what eaSun e Hun STATIONS mSun cxSui Onion f eti Yellow per buihel U5 Md A Splendid Paper woman no matter what sho brought mo tho oldest Miss Payne was saying but Vo 1 White ti No5 No 2 So I 350 Hut tho lloscoo iilncol Ivo wanted that only furious over finding Koh with u fW 11 10am Iy Irvlnaton A HIDES McKinnkii 1jx Feb 1 1807 KlllTOH 920if 160 iartfcld arejxujrood fer SO years I ought raly tor havo it houseful of company All thu iuynes 810 En ok Uhickkshiihik News DkakSjh 1206pm Dry writ good 7 60 llarncd JUULfek v seoin how I jind it on my upper side had como homo with her to spend tho 12 12 7 40 Junction Dry flint Kood Mrsj closed flud check for 3 Please place to I ill frtft I X io i n 1JJ2 Still it dont iiinko up fer tho iliiTerunco night audCeriuthn tho younger daugh 7 30 Hardintburfr Sheep iklm 12 35 7 15 my cndlt for the Nkwb The Nkws Is a Junction iu them two though bo hanged ef I ter was to stay through tho noxt wook 12 68 Kirk 7 00 WOOL splendid paper and cornea regular I 110 Jolly 660 dont sorter beliovo Id havo as hard cr The big meeting was sure to Inst so long ruDwainei 6 80 128 Olcndcane row ter Loo courtiu Magnolyor pretty nud upon Monday young Brother WalOreaie fine dont think I have mifsed a number for 135 Demptter 6 20 i Durry uigli that is ns tho littlo ono rrsTwn ton who was Ceriutluis betrothed wns r FnlUItonghlv 600 165 nearly three jears I wish some one Ulaok 2 20 Dempster 6 37 ih When tho letter was duly signed and coming from his own circuit to help in would write the news of little South Car 230 5 27 ltoekvalc Qurry and Outi to a rain iSira mX sealed Mr TopinHr got upon his Jate tho good work 2 42 ltuth 516 IIIiiIp my old home MISCELLANEOUS 254 Aakint 608 1altjM KLY8 CHIJAM IUTM tinpoiltlvrruro wifoa n- - lng h ilc I nrso and went Ilo wns looked upon as u vessel of cho TTrtJPJfiATKrn 4 60 109 Oaki Yours Ac Appl Into SO It I Reeiwax pacing oil 3 sco I Hssliriiuil his nieco sen grace Ho u revivul was confidently cent at tha noitrll mallli quickly UorlJmail 3 20 Mitchell Qbli 441 umplrt 10c b nnUta or I Sorghum Molami W V Q a ixo WAY 3 40pm ArKordavilleLv 4 36am ilo found ho vJnf jld fuuily molted uxuectcd Mrs lavnu dear soul could IX Y UIIoTIIUItS MjWarren HU New York City II 20 rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE THE MISSING WORD W By Martha McCullock Williams Â¬ of Safety Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BELLS llTlio CQNST1TUT0N Â¬ Â¬ mn Breckenridge News vPUU 9 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Ii Â¬ Â¬ - it rfsr 2j Â¬ WeMW Breckenridge News THE Cloverport Â¬ The TAILOR J H Hunsche SUN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE- with Casper UO 3 Will be in port on the 2d and 4th Friday every month Â¬ Â¬ The Sunday Sun JZ Â¬ 1 Â¬ GREGORY CO Â¬ y lta ltn taV Â¬ Â¬ wm ntfic - Rfrf Hi I I I i I Â¬ IUBiu I9 V sever 1 fnhi4 iflMplk r- i c TMriff3faW2MmK CoU i lSLiv gad Â¬ 1 ltll Sf I ttBMssiiisifiWMlBBslsttttttttttttMstttt fc THE BRROKRNRIDGR MRWS GLOYRRPORT KY 1 Awnrdetl HiKhest Honors- - Worlds Pair DEL Chas V Sims went to Louisville Monday K Born Feb I to the wife of Jeff D Hurst n lino boy Lrpan C V urray of Louisville was in thu dty Inst week on IiuhIuirs Mr and Mr Geo Bentluy of Hawes vllle enmuup Sunday evening returning that night VjLvnnd Mrs Hinry Wendelkln and little elnniditer Write ppent Sunday at Henderson B B Shackle It of Hill Grovr and John Avltt of Lodlburg were In town last wiik on huslneis If you luvo any Items of news that you would llko for your frlems to know plenso hand or Bind to us It looks llko Cloverpoit will havo a goneral turning overbtfoio the revival closes at the Baptist church The demand for brick Is Incrt aHing eo much every day that tliehrhk plants will be forced to stntt up soon Cy Barrenp the colorrd porter and carrier of the Nhws forst verM jearn is dying with consumption at Anderson Ind Diik B Eskrldgof BIoomlngtonInd was down in the Fals of Hough neigh Â¬ borhood last week visiting hU old home aud relatives Mr Jas T Sklllman haves next Fri Â¬ day ou the John K Speed for Nt w Or- Â¬ leans to spend Mardlgras He will be absent about a mouth Tho Clovor creek foot bridge has been sullicieutly repniied so that pedestrians can sefely cross without any fear of an accident befalling them Miss Anianeh D an on her returned from Onensboro spent Sundy with Mr and Mis C WMoorman She returned to Gletdcniie her home Monday Will Cannon Jr has withdrawn from the rate for Assessor as deputy under Itev G E Morris Louis O Bradley will run In his place ou the same ticket Charlie W Moorman who has been with his uncle C P Moorman of IouIb vIIIp for several wei k spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs 0 W Alooru an WOLF CREEK The public whool closes here next week GUSTON Mr Goug Iiwih In town Tuesday was In town Thursday Chap ltlamlfoid was In town Friday Mr Gray of Cone orelln was in town Monday Mr Bland of Brandenburg spent Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills Fortify the body ngainstdisoase by Tutts Liver Pills an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious ncss and all kindred troubles Â¬ EE3E3E smwssss3s TO MAKE II O M E CREAM BAKEN6 MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape re mi of T ittir Powilcr Free from Ammonia Alum or any oilier adulterant PfflNHi f 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 17 WEDNESDAY FEUIIUAKY 1807 LOCAL BREVITIES 1 It 0 Willis Is at home New nail paper at T Sawyers Gut your stationery from Babbagea f line of cakes just in SuzVs Dont miss our great sliirt sale Sub A fresh zsrs Dr J M Clayton of Iouifcvlllr is in the city The Texas has put the work train on again Tobacco came Is In pretty lively last Thursday The news advertisers an excellent medium for Good wall paper J cents single roll T F Sawyer The last few dajs has almost been spring weather Leave your orders with us for fresh bread Sulzers Miss Ida Weisenberger returned home Saturday evening It S Carter went to lyusv We Sunday f with a lot of cattle J M Cooper of Tell City Iud spent Sunday in the city Jack Moorman has rtturni d home for a stay of a few weeks Two prominent young people of this city are to wed soon James B Pace Jr returned from Louisville Sunday night John Watfield attended the grand bill at Home Saturday night Fresh ojsters for sale cheaper than over known be fore Martins Lidlts fiil this week to see our spring line of picture molding Sulzsrs Cliir Haddock of Clifton Mills went to Iiubville Monday with tobacco A seventy five cent shirt for 3o cenls a 50 cent shirt foi 2o cents Sujrs Tlio pay roll at Victoria mines amounted to nearly J0OO last month Chas and Win Arnold and Allle El- Â¬ liot of Utility were in the city Mon- Â¬ day Owuey the great railroad dog took a trip over the Hardinsburg branch last w eek Mils Linnie DeHuy afcr a most pleasÂ¬ ant Etay in Louisville has returned home Jno E Keith after a seiga of illness for a month or more is able to be out again Dr S 13 Adkissou was called to Webs ter last week to sjb his father who was quite ill Drug medicines and other goods sold at Martins for rock bottom prices Come and see Mrs E A Kitsim went to Union Star Saturday to spend a few days at her old home The street in front of Paces warehouse is in a fearful condition and should have attention Big saughter in mens white unlaun dried shirts reduced from 1 00 to 50 cants Suzers JarneaB Pace Jr is talking of holding a pugilistic carnival in his warehouse in the Aiear future Rev Donald Grant delivered a very impressive sermon Sunday night at the Baptist church Halve your prescriptions compoundoJ by Charles O Martin Practical Pre- Â¬ scription Druggist Charles Itjdman tlio genial operator at irvington spent Sunday with his sis terJMrs W 0 Allen Misses Allleue Murray and BB3ie lllinbleton are in llardiusburg with Mr atfu Airs juorris uearu im Boys unlaundrled shirts worth 40 cints toclosiout rthe lot they go f Jr 15 l l cents yns ween ou z ir u Mrs Hugh Frymire of Unlou Mr and tar were in the city last week the guests of Mr and Mrs Eugene Haynes U Toay Nicholas left last Tuesday for Montgomery Ala where he has accepted a position with Mr F P Hagood Miss Florence Lewis and Master Iidore Pophara spent Sunday In Hardinsburg with her sister Mrs Tula Mattlngly Da you want a permanent position If so write to The with good pay Hawks Nursery Co Iticbester N Y Breckenride Company shipped last week a lump of cannel coal weigh ing 1000 pounds to Liverpool England Miss Margaret Bowmer went to Lous vllle Filday where she will spend a week or mora with relativts and friends Morris Bard of Hardinsburg arrived from Onensboro Saturday evening Mr Geo Jolly accompanied him ovar that eveulug L Mra Frank Lona and Mrs Alvin Sklllman of Hardinsburg were in the city Monday shopping aud ware the guests of Mrs Frank Fraz t V L llurcb the well known distiller of fine brandy at Itliodella was In the city Friday enroute from O vensboro where he had been on business Â¬ Â¬ K Â¬ i 7 aud Mrs Charles F Mattlngly and children went to Kirk Saturday and returned yesterday While there they were the guests of his brother Mr Joe Mattlngly The II jh Gus HichardBon slipped and fell at his farm near Guston last Monday breaking his arm between tho wrist and elbow It is thought that he is injured internally Hemus GnllHh Whitinghill one of the old and well known citizens living out in the cut oh died Monday Feb 8th He was in the seventies aud leaves a large family John M Haunan express messenger on the Texas wants us to siy for tho information of some of the young ladles along the road that he is not a married man but would like to be The following persons from Union Star were In the city ThursJay shop- Â¬ ping Mr aud Mrs W L Itoberlsm and little daughter Wilda Miss Lilla Avitt Courtland aud Abner Itobertson The revival which has been in progress for the past three weeks at the Baptist church still continues It promises to baone of the most successful revivals Cloverport has had in a number of years VWT and Mrs Jno Xeubeauer gave an old fashioned pound party Monday evening in honor of the 10th birthday J lite an enof Miss Eunice Crosjon joyable time waicpeutby the large crowd present -- Miss Beunie Harrlp who taught music in this city a number of years ago and who is well kuown here with her sister-iu-laMrs EJith Harrison arrived yesterday evening from Henderson to ha with Miss Floience Lewis LJt chard Onen candidate for sheriff on the Democratic ticket spent Monday in the city with the boys Charles Light foot his deputy of this city was Intro- Â¬ ducing him They will carry this part of the county by a large majority Mrs W P Graham during services at the Baptist church Monday night faint Â¬ ed from being over heated aud had to be taken homo in a buggy Congestion of the brain has since developed and at this writing she is exceedingly ill Bant Itlles Henry Haley and J It King three accommodating colored por- Â¬ ters came down Thursday to receive in- Â¬ structions as to the parlor cars which cinie out Monday Tae traveling public can rest assu ed when they ride with any of these three they will gst courte oui treatment Hie T xis wont have any other class of men Tho8 Blythe of II rdlnsburg sold his tobacco to Mr J Muncaster who is here buyirg for Hendersou partie and He said finished delivering Monday that he found Mr Muncaster to bo a straigit forward busness man aud was paid 7 1 3 aud Jlyunarriago of Mr Joe Eder of Hardinsburg and Miss Annie Mattlngly of Mr Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ -1 Â¬ Â¬ Hitos Hun took place in Sr Hose Cath- Â¬ olic church last Wedmsday morning The con- Â¬ Itev FatherCarroll officiating tracting parties are both prominent young people of this county Why Buffer with Coughs Colds and LaGrippewhenLAXATiVKBaoMoQuiNiNK will cure you in one day Does not pro- Â¬ duce the ringing in the head like Sul- Â¬ phate of Quinine Put up in tablets con- Â¬ venient for taking Guaranteed to cure flhe Price 25 Cents or money refunded For Bale by A It Fisher The Cooking Club gave their third en Â¬ tertainment last Tnursdey evening at the residence of Mr aud Mrs G W Short St Ibse Court They were resist Â¬ ed in entertaining by their nelce Mies Florence Cottrell The house was beau tifully decorated with pink hearts and each gentleman guest vva presented with one of these with which to buy him a trilby hand As the member are all renowned for their good cookloglt will bo useless to say that the menu was par excellent relatives Mrs Lilly Kendall went to Louisville last week to visit her sisters Hoy Frmire left for Uniontown Fri Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that day to visit his uncle for sometime Contains Mercury J D Babbage our popular Editor was as mercury will surely diBtroy the seme a passenger on the cast bound train Friof smell aud completely derange the day whole system when entering it tlirou h W J Si aeklelt returned to Louisville Such articles last Sunday to re enter the medical the mucous surfaces should neverbe used except on prescript- Â¬ school ion from reputable physicians as the Mrs Tom Itoberts returied from Loudamage they will do is ten fold to the isville Thursday night where she hnd gosd you can possiby deriye from them visiting her daughter Mrs Simons Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by been Sam Kendall of Louisville has Bold F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally act Â¬ his property to Mr J T Collins our ing directly upon the blood and mucous popular blacksmith and hardware dealer surfaces of the system Iu buj ing Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuHITES RUN ine It is taken internally and made In Co Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Mrs D L Johnson is on the sick list Te Rimonluls free Little Latin Furrow Is visiting his S3f Sold by Druggist price-- 70c j er hot sisters at Owensboro tie John Simons of TobiuBport Is visiting relatives In this neighborhood WEBSTER There will be preaching at llltes Hun chinch next Sunday at 11 ocock a m Wfoads fearfully bad Mrs Connor lobnson entertained a Henry Kurtz wont to Lo liburg Sun- Â¬ fiw of her friends last Wednesday night day toacaudy pulling All enjiytd them The birds had a pretty day Sunday to selves Those present were Misses Julia mate Meador Nellie Furrow Ella Mattlngly feetibul Negro here last Saturday Lucy Johrson Bertha Kes and Annie night Newton Messis Allen and Forrest Jen Â¬ Mrs B F Payne Is visiting relatives nings Emmett Bates William Noble at Sample Johnson Walter Meador Will Hneaud A liberal reward t it the men who said Larkln Gils in this la a dial town Mr J Muncaster who has beenstoj Tho prospect for a wheat crop is not plng at the Cloverport Hole I for a num llitterlng at present ber of weeks and win represents a to- Â¬ Wash aDd Will Hall will start to North bacco firm of Mend rson has made qoite Dakota in a few da a a large purchase of tobacco here Mr Clint Crucher of Garrett was down Muncaoter Bays ho is the farmers friend Sunday tofoj Lis girl and desires to inform them that he will B F Payne is ovir at Hardinsburg now buy all of their trash paying a fair serving on the petit jiry prioforit This Is a great help to the farmers as they have never hereto ire Joe Jeffries contemplates building a had the opportunity to dhpose of their dwelling here tula spring trarh He says that this will not g InLCol J M Fitch of CUtton MilU at Â¬ to pluf twist orsnuir but will go into tended church here Sunday what is known ai Hheepwash Thuruian Smith Bays a protracted meeting w til b gin here eojn Tho Columbia Heading Circle met But few farmeis in this section con with Mrs EugMie Haynes Monday night template raising tibacco this yet r who come here All the candidates claim relationship with Crawf Pate Mrs Anna Gago wife of E Harry Stewart will b gin work oi Ids Deputy U S Marshal dwelling here ass ion as winter breaks Limiting the graud jury to one we k Columbus Kan says pjr term of court seems to be a mistake I unsdcivcred 0 G Murphy of Spottsville took Ed of TWINS In Adams place as section boss here last Monday less than JJ mln VTom McCoy of Garfield baa reutc d ites apr with t uy pain scarce the Joseph Adkissou farm near herennd after uinp only is moving on it trtobot les of Clyde English was out Sunday acting as if he thought the m iting business was MOTHERS for old birds as well as young ones Dem Polly cabs makes the coons FRIEND eyes bug out and causes him to regard the Jim Grow with horrid contempt DID NOT BUFFER AFTERWABTD nrflnlt luiei oriinllciirfclpe of nl The News is second to no other pa Bl U per Kiprfu Book TO UOTUKlla per in the State In point ol its local news malltxl fn BIUDHIU RLGUUTOB CO ATLANTA U I circulation and popularity SOLO UY ALU UKUOGIST3 several Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Willis Ter ol CniicoriliH wan In r Thursday Jim Troutinnn from Coiuordin was here Wednesday Mr Dick Smith of Ci dar Flat was in town Friday morning Tho satu of J II Trent dt ceased lust Saturday was largely att ruled Mrs Nanie Cliism Is Welting her many friends In the count this wok Gene Fountain and Harvey Ditto of Brandenburg were here Monday Mrs Iko OAins of Ekron and her two daughters are here for a visit to relatives Mr Dick Novit of Brande nburg was here Saturday the guest of Mr S S Hlchardson Dr Milliter of Union Star was called here ouo day last week to are Stuart Owings baby Mrs itiilgonay will start for her home In Indian Territory as ston as the Ice gtsout of the river Mies Annie Itiley came home from I je Hun one day best week wherd she has been teaching school M Its Katie Mattlngly one of WooIn lies is with dlands charming youn her sster Mis J S Owings Patch Woolfork and Mr Buuuduran two pleasant candidate from Branden burg were here last Thurslay and Fri eay Mr William Osborne who has been sick for quite a while has recovered sullicieutly to get out among his friends again We are glad to say Mrs J S O a lugs baby Is improving for days the little ones emed hovering between life and death And didnt McKiuley s nd a message sure to Washington and we are going to have a President for the people and didnt I say so All hail to McKiuley Ituth ltowena and Rebecca are what we term grand nanus Will either suit the little six pound girl Short soft names are out and to bo up to date we must go back to the names of our grand mothers I see the announcements of Guy E Burch iu these columns for representa- Â¬ tive of your county I alwajs like to say a good word for every eino I have known Guy from his earliest year he was born and raised on a farm at Chen null Breckenridge a good family has an excelent education having attended some of the best schools in the state honorable upright a Itepublleau heart aud soul all this combined with a pleasant disposition and pleasing manner will not fail to make a good representative Guy has a host of Democratic friends and relatives in Meade at well as in Breckenridge county who will be glad to hear of his success We feel safe iu raj ing the people will u ake no mis Â¬ take in giving him the e fiice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n1Crncrolt WE WILL HELP YOU More Bright scon it A Strong Fortification Friday here Jim 0eborneof lousville has been In town this week Mss It Mia Smith is reported on tho sick Hit this week Geo Neir was In Louisville ssveral duh the paM week LJtorn To tliu wife of G E Smith Feb 81i a ten pound boy Mrs Geo Lyddan spent the day with hi r mother Wednesdey We are going to have two millinery stores In town this spring A good crowd enjed the party at Mr Shnlns Saturday night Mr F Loeh of Vine Grove spent s veral das herei last week Tom Ballard moved his family here from Stephensport last w eek Miss Ethel Adkissou spent the day with Miss Hena Smith Sunday W II Cain and wife were the guests of Sirs B A Hardaway Friday G H Anderson shipped a II 10 ear load of hogs anil cattle last week Charles Cuudlff has gone to lenne baker to stay with his sister Mrs Miles Logan Stith of Louisville wis a visi- Â¬ tor at the I omeof Mrs L W Adklsson last week Mr and Mis G W and Mr nud Mrs E A Smith went to Iringtun ou bus nisi Friday HEuene Smith went to Louisville Fri day where he takes a position with Bare Â¬ Cheerful The Fly Wheel of Life DrTutt Your Liver Pills are the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that brought them to my notice I feel as if I had a new lease of life J Fairlcigh Platte Cannon Col IIivc ou iiivcstiyitcel our mctlioel of making at a small cost home more clieci Ail and brighter than usual Our Spring line of homo comfort giving cheer lias arriveel IIivc you LACE CURTAINS The vtock was never more complete than tliU jcar eleli cate designs that aught to bring moie than the pi ice we ask go for a pi ice cvciboely can allbrel to buy Tutfs Liver Pills GLENDEANE CURTAIN DRAPERY Pretty ideas in the Delph stle Ciueleartof the Japs liigb original ideas from the American Looms makes the stock complete Scott Itobertson was here Saturday Flour only II cents at J II Browns Cash paid for produce Julian llrown Miss Sal lie Moorman is ou the sick lint The best ax handle 15 cents at Julian CARPETS AND MATTING Newest ielcts of the season in this line we want Oti to come to us before v ou make a pin chase we can save ou money in this line ltrowns Lenuie Mattingly went to 0 a ensboro Saturday Eli Storms was hero Saturday from McDaulels V C The birth pla e of low prices Moormans Miss Annie Men Bang at our literary Iridny afternoon 15 cents n package rt ArbuekVs collee J II llrow n Utopia will celebrate Washingtons birthday Come out Our advertised prices are for spot cisli only W C Moorman Mrs Iucy Hunter Bpent two dajs in Hardinsburg lust week Dr 1 niH er nnel family spent Sun diy at 1 C Moormans Mrs Kicha d Ulaud of llarued is visiting at Hilly Mattiuglyd Miss May Moorman end red Iopia Monday for the spilng term Ex Utopian Henry Moorman Ir is goiug to school at llardiunburg Ieost frightens Great goves ripe V C Moorman for hand picking Mrs JikuSmlth Hardinsbur yisted herhrothor Hod Mattlngly latwcek Several cases of mo isles near us and others expecting an attack at any time A Mr Pijno of Meade tounty was here latt week representing the Hardins burg Normal Mrs Willie Oaoii visitid her daugh ter Mr Jimmy Kinchelou at Hardins burg hut week Allen Deane came down from Har Â¬ dinsburg Saturday aud b uyed over Sun dty with bis parents Main btreet now has a good sidewalk running from the depot to Julian lirovwiti confectionery Wo newest little stranger Iu toAii is a girl and is at Hod Mattinglys having arrived on the nil lust Mies Amanda Deaue liui returned from a protraiteel vlst to 0 a ensboro Louisville aud other points Joe Mattlngly Is building iii addition to his shop aud is getting rialy for heavy orders iu tho spiing Mr and Mrs Ollie IlayuiH were culled to Whitesville la it week where Mr Haynes titter is verybick Had roads kept n party of young peo- Â¬ PICTURE MOULDING The line that we now oiler you aie perfect beauties we fay so so will you Delicate tints high grade enamels pretty designs in gold Your walls will look better with pretty pictures Why not have some of your pictures fiamcel Send us the sie of youi pictures anil we will epiote voti prices delivered to your ncuest express olllce bis ford Lawsoti Mrs B A Hardaway has a badly sprained ankle as the result of a fall from her horsj Inst Tuesday Mrs Margaret Hardaway returned to her home at Big Spring last week after an extended visit to her sisters Mrs SULZERS CLOVKRPORT KY Lucirdrt Sllth Candidates by the score shake the bush and one is sure to fallout with his pocket full of hairpins blueing aud all sorts of odds aud ends We are going to have a public well some sweet day provided the couuuitee can decide where to locate It then pro- Â¬ vided the amate ur theatrical comes oil all right from a financial standpoint Hugh Hardaway has a broken arm much to the sorrow of our post mistress not that bIio has any designs Oh no Hugh is loafing 3E3E2E3E To The Public Few Harness Hew Buggies ITew Horses Is what youll get when you order a rig from us Prompt services and rates reasonable m EKRON Candidate H Kalt river is alwas navi gable J T Maseey of Louisville is spending Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dus with -- HEYSEH STADEH CLOVERPORT KY ple from going to HurdintiburgH c Demo atic entertainment Saturday night Moorman entered his 44th ear Sunday younger than uicst joung men genial smiling companionable as evor Col lli Deans beaming face is happy among the children when he gets around of Friday afternoo s to heir their e Torts Since Din Allen baa moved away and left a cl ur Held Milt Mattieney has gone lo telling the truth like other peo pie The run on rubbers ha b en lively Theyer lively rubbers Our children and misses bIzS lOcts W 0 Moor man Mi r rvi DONT BE LED ASTRAY We are always on the WATCH foi any thing new that comes out in the line Â¬ GROCERY I u Canned Goods is Our stock A visit coupled complete with the low prices will make you a cus tomer of ours Teas Coffees Cakes Soaps 3-xogox- c -y 5s E33 Shumate Iig Spring got oil the train lure one day lust week to go out to lit Daniels where she will visit for awhile CLOVKKlOUT KY G rtoson Iulh rSmithwas here a day or two He has just returned from a last week visit to Winchester In J and from his old home 1 i iu Oho John Leeson tree piuner and feather renovator in at Mr Willie Oabiis Mr lccbon comes from Ohio unci Davie sa and furnishes excellent testi Â¬ count monials from prominent men I he Gosheuchureil again culled Bio I am glad our Hutledge lust Saturday old one to faithful aud workiug I o ple as he Each ear seems to btieithen the tie between him and his chinch A good many new books have recent- Â¬ ly been received for tho Gobhen Suniay School Library I am requested to let the reading members know that they are expected to make free use of tbcrn Qiulity is thccip stone to all other advantages you gain by dealing with us We have lined up a battery of values for this mouth that will compell com Â¬ petition to btriko its colors W 0 1 1 Nursery E 12000 3 and 4 year old Ben Apple trees at 200 per 100 4000 No 1 Peach trees at 5003 No order accepted for less per 100 than 100 trees Address CLOVERPORT Stock Davis3 s B HIGHLAND NURSERY 3 f KY3 Moorman If the people would open their hearts and pctlet books aud exteud it up Uto- Â¬ pia hill to the tchool building they would see happier children and a more reepectahle looking Ihor when they visit the shool I will order anything for you that you might need at auy time and will charue only tbd freight So when want ing anything iu the following lines gut my prices dry goods hardware feed Julian llrown hay corn it Several men from this neighborhood went to Flaherty Wednesday to attend Mud la plentiful in thit neighborhood the trial Horn to the wife of J U I toby thelth Hen Â¬ Misses Mollle Itobison and a Rlrl derson of Garneltsvllle were here Tues lien Gufcdry ol Ekron was hern day evening Thuraday Mrs Jim Hbacktett nud son of Hill Our eprluK uchool in prore bIub nicely Grove wore here Thursday the guest of with Misa Frank Conway as teacher Miss lutie Crutcher went to Vine hersoultod Mlsi Frank Conway aud Henry Miles Qrove Monday to take music lessons Trench of Guston and Mr Han Â¬ visited at tho formers home last Satur Â¬ John dy of Itewleyville were herd Saturday day and Sunday Several girls and bojs fromhere at Â¬ Mrs Nora Keys ol Henderson Is via iting her mother Mrs Qua bunr this tended the paityTuetday night at Hill Grove given by Mrs Simpson week GARRETT p 6 Breckenridge News 17 1897 DUKES WEDNESDAY FEPKUARY Poetry For The Candidates IvrriNatY Kv Feb 1 Dedicated to the Republican candidates in the coming primoiy Mr Basterfield Uurton A man you all know Is a candidate or Sherill 01 Dreckenrldgo Co He is pleasant and courteous And distressingly thin And in tbo primary lie Is sure to rin If Mr Dan Parish With an overwhelming vote Dont upset his trotters And set him alloat There is Mr 1111 Ahl A candidate for Judge In the field alone With nil tie can budg But bo careful Mr Ahl And dont you grin For in the final election The Dcmmtys might win There is dolly and Weatherford They are candidates too Subject to the desires Of a Republican crew They are botli good men And would like to win Rut one must step out And the other step in There is a candidate for Clerk Whos name is Mr Rail If ho is defeated His feathers will fall And there is another Whos name is Mr Hook He will slide through easy And never make a crook There is Perkins and Sliellman Hawkins and Day Who are candidates for Jailer And have little to 6ay Neither of them are prejudice And dont seem to care For they are all sure winners This they would swear Now to the candidates Whos names are not shown If you feel slighted lust let It he known And if youll rest easy And dont take the blues We will have your name published In the next weeks News O W F A Reminder of Army Life Mr Iou Smith Editor of the CommerA clirouic cial Meyeisdale Pa says Â¬ Measles Real Estate Transfer Johnson Swallowed A Chjw of Tobacco THE BRElOKRNRIlDGBl NRWS OLOYEHPORT KY FORDSVILLE The Greatest Sensation Day Casy So Take Inauguration -- Ol The Day ifeaasy to Operate Mack Smith visited near Narrows Sun Â¬ Dent of Ifdlclfield Is J day Roads in a drspeiate condition The in casks aro In but one family so far Henry Ray and wife attended services ARRANGEMENTS for tho EVENT Are fpnturcj peculiar to IToorts nils Small In As ono man lze lutein cmclcnt thorough ARE ALMOST COMPLETE here Sunday Comodore Polk was in town a short In Point of Brilliancy It Wilt Surtini Tuesday pass Anything Evor AttemptMr Th warp of Rethlehem is visiting at Lafe Newberys Tho Decorations ed Mrs Martha Rurnett ppent Tuesday with Mrs Emma Ray Misses Olio and Onie Duke were in town Tuesday shopping Will Bo Lavish Somo Details of Mrs Ellka Lay was tho guest Thurs Â¬ day of Mrs Ollie Johnson the Great Event Charles Nichols of Caney Creek visit- Â¬ ed relotlves here last week Messrs C Rowlen Jo Rallman and Wave Rice went to Louisville Monday WAMHMirox Feb 15 Tho arrange Mr Sapps many friends were glad to ments for tho inauguration of Presidesee him nble to ride up to town Wed Â¬ nt-elect McKinlev two weeks from nesday next Tlmr day are iiiiillv Hearing com Mrs Aggie Roberts and her two child- pletion and the ilideations are that in ren spent Thursday with Mrs Sarah point or blilliancy and attractiveness the ceremonies the decorations mid the Rurnett festivities incident to inauguration week We learned to day that James Harris will be more lavish than those of former years In the tleroratioim of tho ball has purchased Sterrett Smiths farm room finer results aro expected than Consideration l25 ever before All spectacular ejects will Finley Rurnett wife and baby Estell be iiMiided and a more artistic and har monious arrangement of llow rs lights after a weeks absence with relatives re- Â¬ and bunting will bo secured About turned home Monday will be spent by the inaugural Owing to the inclemency of the weath Â¬ committee In decorating tho main ball room and the private mom set apart for er farmers have gotteu to do but little the use of the presidential nnd vice pres work the last two weeks idential parties Tim Meat height of the court of the Mrs Mary Rice and children Willie pension building where the bill will be Monday of her held will bo overcome by bunting fes guest and Eddie were tooned from the center of eacli of tho mother Mrs JcHphiuo Rallman three divisions of tho court to the top of The saw mill was slicing logs Monday the second gallery The lure walls in a hurrah with Eldred Powers as en- Â¬ everywhere mid all of the smaller pillars will le tovc red with bunting as a back gineer and Robert Duke at the saw ground for the flowers and greens which The roads being bad and tho measles wll be the pinminent features of tho being in the neighborhood there was a decorations Tho bunting and thou sands of tiny eleetrie fairy lamps will lo small congregation at the C P church used principally to bring out in greater Sunday was ono of those bright sun reli f the floral designs The president shiny days tiiat was one of natures anil vice president with their families greatest blessings that she could bestow will atti nd the bill and will be in churge a reception committee of which Ma upon up after so many days of cl uds of Cemial Nelson A Miles istlieelmir jor and gloom mini The cost of tickets to tho ball lias John K Johnton came walking up to betiifLvdat is for each peiMii and desired extra if sapper the church door Sunday where there Iuiiiiswet to many inquiries received were a crowd of men standing and sitting at headquarters it may be stated that no to around witli the sweat running ofT of in itutcn to the ball are necessaryex se uie tickeN nnd none are issued Bomewhat on tho pale order his face and Tickets are cept to fi mign ministers and remarked as he walked up that he now on sale and may be had by any one Tho promenade stumped his toe down there and swal- at the price named lowed a chew of tobacco about the size of conceit will consist of ix selections and the dance pmuniiiis contain ill numbers a cow s cud The ball will be held on Thursday niitlit and in addition a series of five Several buildings on Main street that inaugural grand concerts will he givi n on the following Fri have been so long needing paint are now in the lull itioni day and Saturday The ball ilerorations being refreshed will remain in place The lint concert the Republican glee club of Columbus O will in a numb r of patriotic airs At i oclock on Friday afternoon a concert will be given in honor of the t ll United States navy represented by Rear Admirals Walker anil Rumay and at night tho concert will be given in honor of the states of tho Union represented by the governors of the states and their stalls The concert Sat urday afternoon will bo in honor of coirres represented by the president of the icimie and the speaker of the The last concert Saturday house night v ill be in honor of the peoplo of No disease has puzzled the doctors the United States and will eonist of that de- Â¬ muMc by the Twenty second regiment so completely as rheumatism plorable condition of the blood which band and a chorus of 100 voices Ad so often renders the htrongost man as mission to eacli concert will bo 50 cents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iult funnel rMmu J it hare taken a pill till It is nil a over Tlic only pllb to take with Hoods Sarsajarllla ev C I Hood fi Co lroiretiirs tan ell Mnss Hods PSEIs CONDENSED Col S It town in Is GKO YJEAKEL COS Happy New Year To You All NEWS i00 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kilns Duekw ell of Ilk Litis U lining James P Rwkuiill Assets 13 llnblltles nlxiul M 6 xj loHph Urate neHS nf li unlm 0 mar Id siilede I Satuuii by inking rnt poison lotneMlc illlilcil let the cause Tlie comptroller of the curiciiey has re ceived uoilei that the Me etiiints Nato i al bank of Hilcim Mon has MiKinled Frank lluelianau a fa nt r near llii tavln U Iiih nsdg o 1 W It Fletcher 3 5 0 Assets llntilllllei nbi u tlioininc The Suite Trit t a id Savings hunk of West Sli orlor Wis capital stock tit OX has passed Into the h imW of W 11 Stuck ns lecelier Snyders fiouriiig mills of Dnrbank O burned Smurdiiy night Total loss 20 COO Partly hmirvtl The II e originated from a slovo In the oillec Tlumni Sinl h of Kent an K lo freight coniluu i ngod 2 was run over In the viu lis and nlinoa instantly killed Smiths home win In liitlluu Th large brok sell b illdlng used Jointly by t li pcopi of euiiuver nnd Lena tnd wi s to nlv deuroyed hvfho 0 In u niiiv 3 01 Satinday lb m r I Mnllii the well known land ilieil In e mi unlay nf ef Miipo piili i noon it 7 4 WiiIiii h sluet t In Ho o iS HO was horn lit Albany X Y Thomas Smith n I r f eight conduct or wiii run ove In the riiu yards nt 10 oclock Satiirdi n g it at Kent U and badly mangled He lived U0 minutes Ho was DO years old and hud n wife and two f I lined to A Cnllrrtlmi of Intrrrnllnz Ilrum on Vnrl iitijrrt oim Irrpnrnl For I In llnti ltincli r lnlill 0i 1 Â¬ 1 1 il Lofi I children In idlon Â¬ 1 Mrs Mary Aliniin an invalid 09 years of age was left alone In h r homo at Hud son O seated In un arm chair In front of a fire When her children riturnol two hours later they found her seated as they had left her her body burned to n crisp Her dress li d accidentally caught fire Â¬ GENERAL Ilironiclum JOSEPhsHELBY Ior Xrnrljr n Wrrlc llcfnrr DEAD Â¬ the taut Ciiiiip Â¬ diarrhea that returns at frequent inter vain as a reminder of army life has been more effectually controlled by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Rem edy than any other I have ever used It For sale by A It possesses true merit Fisher Druggist Â¬ Â¬ -- TRICKS OF CLAIRVOYANTS mm mi tv Easiest Ihinu in the World to Fool a Woman One Says Times Herald has The Chicago been interviewing a clairvoyant on the h creta of her trade It Is the easiest thing in the world to fool a woman Women do she said not reason They are much more suspicious than men but when once their confidence has been gained you can make them believe the moon is made of green cheese The whole problem is in gaining the If lean make her visitors confidence believe in me she is gone Isually it is not a very dillicult job to do that Prob Â¬ ably one half of the women who call to consult me are actuated by no other motive than idle curiosity Such woiui n never come back a second time bo 1 know that I can get only one fee ftom them anyway I exact payment in ad vance and after that it doesnt male much difference to me what I ell them Rut occasionally a woman comes in who has money and means business If I please her sho will come again and again making my pocketbook heavier eacli time That is the woman I am af ter of course and my first work is to im I do not press her with my honesty know her name her residence or her history If I did it would be clear sail- Â¬ ing right from the start I ask the usual feo and go into a Very shortly I awako with trance I am very sorry I remark a start hut the electrical and magnetic condi- Â¬ The atmos tions to day are ery bad phere seems to be surcharged with elec- Â¬ tricity and it greatly interferes with my work However I will try again in a few minutes After a short interval of conversation I again go into a trance This also proves ineffective and I hand the callers money back saying I am very sorry that she came in such an inopportune time and assuring her that the conditions do not interfere with my sittings oftener than once or twice a year Will she call again tomorrow She usually is imprcEsed with my sin cerity and promises to come back When she leaves a negro servant whom I have warned by an electric buz zer follows her wherever alio may go When he returns he has the womans residence number From this it is an easy matter to identify her and a few in Â¬ quiries In the neighborhood at the nearest grocery perhaps are sufficient to give mo all the information I need Very often as Boon as I have fouud out who my visitor is I know ttomething about her which will be a clew to what she wants to know When she calls again I go into a trance and this time the conditions aro all right I surprise her inexpressibly by describing tho appearance of her own residence giving the etreot and number and dually spell out her own name Nine times out of ten this Is all that ia required The caller is convinced that I have learned her namo and residence by occult powers and therefore is ready to believe anything i Ihh I miy tell her It is easy when you know how Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ taiatisE Â¬ helpless as a babe Their mercurial and potash remedies may in some cases impart temporary relief but are sure to ultimately result in wrecking the entire ystetn Rheumatism is a deep seated blood disease and only a real blood remedy will have any eiTcct whatever upon it Most of the so called blood reme Â¬ dies are at best only tonics and can- Â¬ not reach an obstinate blood trouble One of the most frequent symptoms of rheumatism is a tingling sensation of the parts affected generally brought about from a lack of free circulation of the blood through the very small This trouble is al Â¬ blood conductors ways eliminated by the use of S S SJ it thins the blood gives it a free andÂ¬ forcible circulation destroys the poisonous microbes and restores the circulation to its normal condition Mr Kobcrt II King a prominent and influential citizen of West Point Va writes of his experience with this dread disease About five years ago I was a great I was sufferer from rheumatism treated by all the leading physicians Â¬ In fact my sulTerings grew worse daily until I despaired of ever being cured I had been in this wretched condi- Â¬ tion for many mouths and was almost a complete wreck when I first read the advertisement of S S S Having tried a dozen or mure rheumatic cures and blood remedies with no success I was almost hopeless but decided to give your medicine a trial I did so and in a few weeks it had made a permanent cure of me I was soon a well man and have never had a touch of rheuma Â¬ tism to this day H S H Is indeed a wonderful medicine and I shall ever recommend it to all bufferera from this worst of blood diseases S H H Manila ont distinctly to It isclf as a real blood remedy and for half a century has been curing obsti Â¬ nate and deep seated blood diseases which other medicines fail to reach H S S Is iiota drug store preparation and no druggist can offer a substitute for it It is guaranteed purely vege- Â¬ table and contains not a particle of potuili mercury or any other product of the chemists shop K S H never falls to cure Rheuma- Â¬ tism Eczema Cancer Scrofula or any other disease of the blood it matters not what other treatment has failed Our books on blood and skin diseases will be mailed free to any address Bwift Specific Company Atlanta Ga In the Mr Rodkkt II Kino state but without relief Notwithstanding the fact that tho Pennsylvania national guard finds it impo sible to attend the inauguration the probabilities tiro that tho parado will be very large General Horace Porter of New York with tho members of his stair is busy with tho details of arriuuiug tho divisions General Porter will act as grand marshal and will have as his chief of stall Mr A Noel Rlakenmn of New York Colonel II O Corbin U S A as adjutant general and Captain John A Johnson U S A as chief of aides with Captain William Edward Horton of tho District of Co lumbia national guard special aid and military secretary Tho panuo will bo organized in two grand divisions one civic and tho other military General Grenvillo M Dodgo will beehief marshal of tho first grand division to be composed of military or ganizations Ho will have us chief of statf 5eneril Huidekoper of New York and Colonel Joseph P Sanger of the United States army adjutant general This military grand division will bo hnbdiviibd into three separate divisions The first division will be organized into two brigades the lirst comprising United States troops as well as the naval battalions This first brigade will tie commanded by Major 5eiieril Wes ley Merritt of the Unit il States army The second brigade will be compi sed of the national guard of the District of Co lumbia I BOO stioug and the Washing ton high school cadets 100 strong all under the command of General Cecil Clay of the District of Columbia na tional guaiil The second division of tho military grand division will bo composed of tho national guards of the various states headed respectively by the governorand statf of each state and arranged in or der from front to rear in the order in which the states entered the Union Tho third division of tho military grand division will bo composed of all veteran including the Grand organizations Army of the Republic the Loyal Le gion tho Union Veterans union tho Union Veteran Legion the Regular Army and Navy union etc The third divisi u will bo eoniiiianiled by General O O Howard of tho United States army General S S Hurrtettu past of tho Grand Army of tho Hi public as his chief of statf The civio grand division will bo com niaiided by Mr 15 11 Warner of the city of Washington as chief marshal and will bo made up of civio clubs of all descriptions Prominent in this grand division will bo the Republican National League of which Mr D D of Cincinnati its presi Woodiuaiiseo dent will act us marshal It is esti mated that them will bo from 10000 to 30000 people in the parade and in or der to move so vast an army in the spue of timo allowed they will bo eo formed that they can bo marched past a given lmnt at the rato of U000 an among tho civio Conspicuous hour organizations will be the delegation of 00 students fiom the Indian ubout ichoul at Carlisle Pa Governor Hushucll of Ohio will com Tho United iiiiiutl a military division States regular troops of tho military grand divisii u will bo composed of one batiilliou of engineers from Willetti Point N Y j two legiinents of in fantry the Seventeenth from Cohimbuf barracki and the Ninth from Sucketti Harbor one regiment of cavalry four troops fioin Fort Meyer nnd four from Fort Ethan Allen w butturie of heavy artillery marching at Infantry and two light batterieu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kansas Cirv Feb 15 General Jo Shelby died at his country home eight miles from Adrian Mo Saturday Tho end fame peacefully The patient had been unconscious sinee early last Mon day morning and had been slowly dy General Shelby ing since that timo was taken eroisly ill 10 days ago with pneumonia and giadualy grew worso General Joseph Orville Shelby was born in Lexington Ky in lSIil At 19 years of age he came with his parents Missouri and secured employment on to a ropo walk at Waverly Ho ultimately became owner of tiio works and of a big plantation in Lafayette county and nsa consequence he became a slaveowner Shelby sympathized with the pro slavery element and in tho border troubles which followed Shelby was a leader n several of the raids into Kansas When actual hostilities began ho was known among his neighbors as Cap ain Shelby Ho raised a company of Confederate cavalry and entered the field starting south to join General Price A few weeks later Captain Shelby was com missioned as colonel of cavalry and or dered back to Missouri to recruit a regiment Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EX CONGRESSMAN IN Mr Smiilti y Uiirlliielnu Kmbezzlrimlit TROUBLE Clinrgeil Willi Pa Feb 15 Ex Congressman Sniedloy Darlington has been arrested on a charge of embezzle ment arising from the financial troubles of tho Westchester Guarantee Trnsr and Safe Deposit company of which ho was president before tho appointment of receivers Tho charge is preferred by Mrs A Rurnett of Malvern who al leges that on Dec last Darlington received from her on deposit 100 knowing at the time that tue company was insolvent Darlington was held in his own lecogniynnco for u frrtlier hearing The oilensu with which ho is chargid is puusliable by a fine of double the amount received and imprisonment lroui ono to three years Mr Darlington dieliires that the pro- edition is ietnatid ly iiiaheo and that the institution was nivcit at the time specific tl Mrs Rurir tts attorneys an jo nice on t lie othir hand that other arrests will tolov The roc e vers of tho company have cut end Loud in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WestiHIstek 1UU0 llrltUU Onli AHKXs n Feb 15 Princo Nicholas has starttd for Liirissa Ihos uliu with It is the Third Artillery icgPiiout stated that the Dritish admiral com mand ng in the Cietan waters has orders to pieveut any lollisiou at sea be tween tho Turks mid the Greeks Princo George urrivid at Canea yesHe lcieiwd a visit from the terday commanders of the foreign Later he returned to Mio with tliu flotilu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men-of-w- Â¬ THE MARKETS llt tltU of ilrnlii mill llwttivk 11 Markets 1iir lVIruur Lluilnimti Tubactu Murktt 11 New Old OiTeilug for tho week Hojeo ion fur the week A m mil ralu for ihu week fo- - i ho week lleoelp 1U7J I lull J M- - t S2 2j i lo lows Tnvprltu I nniiK--t1311 i L 7J lind lie 5 V ten lilnliiewrMiigeil s 315 iO U 11015 UJ oil fllWIl HI it 16 UKill Catilo iN 10 tU til t Utl 5 ll tfiuilJ U fXttl a I5J 611 a 16 7 I15MM 75 I0i7 ifj f 1 ICO Vi I H nil 51 IsfttU till 2 i fl tuutl 10 hull tagi and S 5J Hug Prime light heavy fi 3ifcS3 55 coin nun Q3 ii ft -h- - rittiiiiig l Plme U 4J5 10 cos J 4 ido 1 s iTiitB op-Kxtra t3 iiXii lamb U I Oil IS BJ 0i45 common ii veal culvi SJftJJ Mi l3 to fair aoJJ good choice te 0C li DISEASES OF THE SIUN Tho intenso itching and 8maitirfi inci Â¬ dent to eczema tetter salt rhcuu and other diseases of tho skin U instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye uiul Skin Ointment Many very bad cases huvo been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles nnd a favorite rem Â¬ edy for toro nipples chapped hands chil- Â¬ blains frost bites and chronic sore eyes For tale by druggists at 25 cents per box re juat what a tion Try Dr Cadyg Condition renders they bono needs when in bad condi Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge commander asking pardon Ill tell i When Lincoln was a young man he was chosen captain of malitia around Spring Capital Stock 25 000 field he was drilling his company and Surplus 87 600 had them in platoons it became necess0 F HEARD President ary for tli mi to pais through a gate WILL MILLER Vice President either didnt know or forgot the word M 11 DKAltD Ctihler of command to firm his men for the Q W I1KARD -- Director occi son and ho cried out now boys MORRIS KSKKIDdK I RM JOLLY scatter till you net through the gate INTEREST PAID UN TIME tEPilSIIS Thats the way well have to do when we go to our churches since there dont fceem anything else to be done Now in all humanity I will suggest for a sauilard of morals in our public schools the ten commandments as giye n to Motes on Mt Sinai nnd reverence for Wo iiope Omey will pay us the name of Jesus Christ who died on fight contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ Cavalry the last might be a little hard another visit on his return gen in the proportion of one on the Jew though I have talked to to five some well iuformed Jews and they say A Good Investment Christ was a good man or maybe we On receipt of ten centc cash orstami s a generous sample will be mailed of the might give them a sort of poetic license most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever like wo do in keeping Saturday for Sun Cure Flys Cream Bulm sufficient to day Tln B suggestions I am giving to demonstrate its great merit Full size the public hoping that they will be received in the spirit that they are given COc and I in vita all earnest pjople to suggest ELY BROTHERS to join 50 Warren St New York City something better if they can and in having it put in practice in our public contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ I suffered from Catarrh three jearp it Echools gen the former greatly in got so bad I could not work I used two Tii- - Toe excess ozone and is very bottles of Elys Cream Balm and am en Â¬ tirely well I would not be without it soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ Jo llarpoie who is employed at the A C Clarke IJUSliawmut Ave Boston railroad shops in this city went to Louates it it is raken into the isville Monday to have his eyes treated lungs by inhalation absorb- Â¬ The Morals of The Fublio Schools lis many friends hope that nothing ser ed by the blood which it Mp Editor Will you kindly give me i msly is the matter with them space in your valuable paper to discuss purifies and so goes directly as I think one of the moat important Something very nobby in b x station to the seat of all diseases quistions now before the American ery at liabuages Send for our 200 page people to wit the morals of the public Treatise Sent free schools I will say in the beginning that in my opinion the public schools DR MENDENHALIS stay Parenta in a have co mo to IMPROVED 1529 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa measure turn over their olispring to the merciless polititian San Francisco Cal Toronto Can If I mistake not the law n quires tho superintendent to visit the schoolp do what he can to OjMJIHl EXPERIENCE secure regular attendance encourage them in their studies and is generally un all round clever gentleman and no body has anything against him except the other party that didnt g t in they are ever on the alert and that as 1 TRADE M LRK8 understand is about the code of moraw DESIGNS COPYRIGHTSi Ac of our public schools Oil but they mo Anrono sending n sketch and doncrlptloo mar quickly aicertaln free wtaetber an liiTenUon la bound to teach moras in a general way probably patentable Ciumunlcallnna fewicllr Well what is their code by tho Bible conndenllal Oldest anencj foraecurlna twenta In America Wo navu a Washington oHce of course I hear from all side s My dear Ialentu taken tliruuxh Jluun X Co rtUelva portal notice In tbo pupis when we can all agree on the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN- interpretation of that Book of Books 1 benutlfullr lllujtratod Inrceat circulation Speedily relieves and cures Coughs will not only say that the millennium but uiewiao journal weeaiyiermaajjju a f lUOatx month Specimen coplva and ILi Colds Consumption Bronchitis Asthma was come but that it Is well ndvanci d to hook on IMTKNTS cul free AddrcM Hoarseness Whocping Cough Grippe MUNN CO its completion Now what are w o to do Croup and all diseases of the lungs and 301 Uroailwnv Sew York in the premise are wo to let the future respiratory organs custodians of tho nation grow In such on mill no cohih a barren field of morals where it semis to mo that the tendances are that might DR J C MBNDUNHALL makes right 1SVAN9VIHR ISO I will not enter Into a diecussioti on the present condition of the body politic but will let tho reader draw his c inclu Â¬ W K HAltNKS A II KINCIIEIOK sion whether there is not a very unnec Â¬ KINCHEL0E BARNES essary difference of opinion among peo TO plo wIiobo interest are the same now LAW this Is not as it should be audit seems ATTORNEYS Kansas City Montana to me tiiat if tho coming genointiou is HARDINSnURG KY Collections and enforcement of licnl given iducated under a sound and safe code of Colorado Pacific Coast morals that that sort of thing would ipeclal attention Now all of us 1 largoly disappear v 5xSS5S think caii agree that a higher power g Utah Washington Omaha than man shapes the destinies of nations IJ r a M a II J that In a natural way they rise or fall St Paul Nebraska is God and that and that higher power Is just as essential to Ho has from time to time lot fall a code Black Hills of morals to govern his people here on success in business Q VIA earth and in the namo of tho Name I as your rating with have written cant we agree on some Â¬ thing as a standard of moras in our any of the mercant- Â¬ public schools ile agencies Write I know how hard It is to gt our peo- Â¬ VESTIBULED TRAINS us for prices anel ple to take an Interest in a thing that is so void of excitement now if I was a All work S SLEEPERS DINIKG CARS samples presidential possibility it would be CHAIR CARS VrYI guaranteed S different Well be it so as I am writ- Â¬ ing under Xum Je Plume you dont know OONOULT TIOKET AOErjT Ofl Breckenridge News to the contrary or an ex president if you F M FUGG THavfAssn aocnt want to we can recollect some of the 6T LOUIS MO Krnest Jarboe spent si vera dn8 in town this week Mrs Sutton of llsidii h tig has in town Wednesday Mr fas Martin madi a il Ing trip to Whltttvllle Surday The school Imsclosid for three wteks on account of met ses MissGiorgia McCormick of Owen born Is visiting Mrs C Smith Miss Carrie llruner has returned from a visit to friends at Owensburo Mils Ueynoldp of lleynolds Station visited Miss ZIIa Lyons this week St Valentines day was celebrated hero but mostly by the younger folks Miss Deulah Dennett of Irvinglon is the guest of Mr and Mrs Jerry Ganaoe K IVWade the St Louis shoo drummer was in town Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Cook of Wiilhs villenere guests of Mr and MrsIiomlue Brooks last week Mr and Mrs lirlte Miss Cooper and Mrs Urites sister of Rath visited Mr Wm lirlte this week There was quite a crowd In lo vn Saturday caused by tho H publlcan primary election for county elllos The young folks spent a pit want even Â¬ ing at tho homo of Mr and Mis Clar- Â¬ ence Smith lost Monday night Seivcrs wero held Sunday at the Methodist church by He v Hogard and at the Christian church by Uev Martin Mr Walker has traded his nsidence to Mr Gllmoru for his farm Tho latter will continue to run the boarding house J J Tilford our popular branch conductor and daughter Flora went to Louisville Thursday and returned Friday Quite a number of the oung folks took advantage of tho beautiful weather Sunday and took a round trip tie ticket to Mitchells James Mnrtiu has returned after a weeks visit to Bedford Lid We understand the nest time he goes he will bring somo one back Offiiey tiie celebrated postal clerk tramp dog spent the night with pos ill clerk Dad Sargent leaving tho next day for Irvington At all the stations crowds canio to see the wonderful deg His collar was adorned tilth various numbers and kinds of medals given to iilm by his fficius at the places where he has traveled He has been to Furopo three times and around the world once During his travels he always rides witli the postal clerks He left Fordsville for Louisville and thence to Memphif Hot Springs and then to Carson City Neva da to see tho great Corbett Fudmmons Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Great Cut Price Sale 21 i Read our price li6t below and convince yourself that we are doirjgjust what we say These Prices are for thirty days and for Cash or Produce only lbs Granulated Suear SI 00 25 prs mens heavy boots worth 160 at DOc ureeti Uollee Jl uu lbs Light Brown sugar 100 60 prs ladies calf button shoes nl lo 18 prs mens suspenders at Oc 2i yds heavy nice Brown Cotton 1 00 25 caps for hoys at 7c 20 pes best bluo Calico only 4 l 2c 13 prs gentB gold plated cuff button at 8 pc lino black and bluo Henrietta 10c 15 pitceB good dress Gingham Sc 2c 1 lot of Indies enibroideritd Handkcr- - 75 linen towclls worth 20c at 15c 1 lot ladles and Misses e lib fs worth 15c at 7 l 2c handkerchiefs On DrefcSd dolls worth 25c at 15c worth Cc at 2 1 2c 1 00 10 pr ladles cuibdy slippers woith 3 piut tin cups for 6c 10 pr mens glove s worth 60c at 25c at COc 60 pr nipiin calf cork solo shoes worth 05 pr boys glove s worth 60c at 15c 35 Jadies silk embroidery handkerchiefs 25 52 25 at till pr ladies patent tip Dong kid shoes wortli 25c nt 15c 1 lot New Albany jans worth 35c Bt We 1 00 CO at worth SI f 1 lot metiH overcoat worth 0 00 at 3 75 Mens fiuo black mr hat wortli 200 at 1 lot mens casimere suits north 700 08c 1 lot boys hots worth 25c at 15c nt 3S 1 lot mens fine black sulfa worth 11000 Co yds ladies cloth brown and black worth 1 00 at 75c at 7 40 urn gooti 1 i Visit The GREAT BARGAIN STORE GEO YEAKEL GO KY BRANDENBURG HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home stoic adds to the development of the home industries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the in dividual for we 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 CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills homely sayings of crcat Abraham Lin con among otlieis is his famous military Ky 0 HARDIErSBURG Â¬ Â¬ The Air We Breathe Â¬ Compound Oxygen drsStarkevPalens Â¬ -- Drs Starkey Palcn lianfflHPIICil MtttME piiicn fc Â¬ BEST TRAINS AT I DSt uuuu nnai mining 53E St Louis or Chicago I SlSiS30SiSi 12ggK