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THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1897 NO 32 READ THE NEWS AND KEER ROSTED lets Tlio totalis werorongen to tciin to Plat iiila lor in rt3 ammunition which arrived on Thniixlay night with four guns Tho Cretans ut this time sur rounding th i foit disobeyed oidirs and dispersed it search of lcod tho Turks profiting by tho position evacuated by ACTUAL STATE OF AFFAIRS ON THE tho Cretans ACTIVE HOSTILITIES On Friday morning when tho guns FROM A RELIABLE SOURCE ISLAND OF CRETE had been placed in position nnd they weti about to resume bombarding tlio troops were surprised to s o the Crelnus plant a flag upon tho deserted fort Groek Camp Shelled and Compelled Thirty two dead Turks were found iu Spain Can Never Win and the Insurside the fortifications which were blown up by dynamite The Gieek tirops gents Can Maintain Themselves to Lower Their Flag Fighting wero all young men li e er beforo had been under fire and they displayed they For an Indefinite Period Has Occurred at The coolness courage and enthusiasm Greeks took 10 Turkish cltlieM prisoners GREECE PACKING RUSSIA Annexation With the United States Greeces Several Other Places Dtspnlclirt Tlmt Timnl Itrtwcrn the Two Favorably Looked Upon Policy in the Struggle Itojftl 1uhiIIIp London Feb 22 A dspatch to The Dally Mull from Berlin says- - The Queen of Greece recently sent a mess Oanea Feb 32 Tho foreign ad age to the czar rcqueslin his suppoit Sr Louis Feb 22 The first of a mirals warned Colonel Vnssoa the com- for tho national causo of Grico The series of letters from Cuba by T M mander of tho Greek forces on the king also wired tho war stating that he Rogers who was sent to tho island by inisland of Crete of their intention to at would declare war em Turkey nud him Tho Globe Democrat with special r fcelf lead tho army before ho would structions to get at tho facts of tho war tack his troops with four has been received It bears Havana anchored off Ids camp Aghloi Theo yield to Luropean corn ion Princess date Feb 10 ho attempt to advance to Mario of Greece also teleyraphed her doroi should Thero is but little rcliablo nows in Grand Duko Geoigo of the interior of tho island Tho warning fiancetho action of tlio powers Russia Outside of tho soldiers on against Havana that seems to have had no effect for at 4 80 Groeco was infamous dress parade thero is littlo ovidenco of yesterday afternoon signals wcro mado Another dispatch to Tho Daily Mail war The local papers contain nothing Tho Nordiletitscho of importance Every suspicious letter to her majestys ships Dryad Harrier fiom Berlin says Allgemzeitung asserts that tho Turkish that is sent out is inspected No tele and Rovenge together with ono Italian cabinet last week decided to declare Â¬ ono German and ono Russian ship to war on Greece but tho sultan vetoed graphic news is allowed to bo forwardposition where tho decision on account of tho finances ed Tho newspaper correspondents to open firo on tho Cretan get anything havo to go out into tho tho Greek flag was hoisted Bomo days of Turkey Held uud take their chances The Up tho Letter ago The British ships fired 10 and tho Tore World correspondent went out to interRome Feb 22 Tho Messagero as foreign ships 80 shells at tho villago and view Gomez and llnd out what ho ruined the houso held by tho Crotans serts that tho Turkish commander Pho thought of the proposed reforms In Tho flag was soon lowered and tho or- tiades Pasha recently addressed a letter Cuba Ho is now languishing iu pris- Â¬ to Colonel Yassos commanding tho on but it is said that he is not badly der ccaso flro sounded after 10 minGreek troops in Crete threatening to treated flag was rchoistrd utes Thereupon tho imprison him and afterward shoot him a long talk with I havo Tho rocks around wcro crowded with and that Vassos contemptuously toro up Thomas It met nnd had representative of Damley a tho lotter Cretans Harpers Weekly Ho has been arrested n number of times and while in Moro Tho Turks encouraged by tho fleet Miinsiilumn Arming Constantinople Feb 22 A dispatch castlo took views of tho prison cells with now opened a lively fusillade while tho from Jnnina says that tho authorities n pocket camera Cretans wcro removing tho wounded There aro sonio things yon can now Tho Cretans had not replied during the aro arming tho Mussulman population find out hero with greater freedom than a some- Â¬ for a descent upon tho Gieek frontier ever and ono is tlio general sentiment whole performance It was of tlio people Kven the Spaniards are what melancholy and degrading spec near Arta disgusted with tho general condition of AiintiI i Alouo limits b irrmttn taclo Gen- Â¬ They Feb 22 None of tlio powers affairsWeyler look uupon Captain Bfhiin Later reports aro to tho effect that tho ns completo failure accepted the propositi eral except Anstru has opened tho bom English When they see tho mountain of debt birdmeut Tho others followed Tho of Kmperor William to blockade Pi- that is bilng piled up that will have to bo met by the Cubans or Spanish piop Kniserin Augusta fired Melinito shells raeus erty holders in Cuba thoy tieiubio tor HOPKINS WON Tho commander of tho Greek Hydra cleared for action in caso The Ttntli Kentucky DNtrkt IHectluu tho future With dcMistatcd plantations and a general demoralization iu tlio necessity should arise Some shells Content Deeldeil business tho futuro of Cuba is dark in fell in tho town of Canea raising clouds Washington Feb 19 The houso deed whatever may bo tho outcome of dust It is rumored that several per yesterday by a voto of 107 to 91 reversed Thero i a markrd change in tho feel were killod and wounded When tho finding of a majority of tho elections ings of the people toward the United tons llring creased tho Greek flag was still committee and decided the contested States You hear no expressions of hatred flying over tho insurgents camp election caso of N T Hopkins vs J M An engagement has occurred just Kendall from tho Teuth Kentucky dis- against our citizens Lieu many Span iards will now quietly tell you that tho nbovo tho villago of Mournies between trict in favor of tho Republican con- only solution is annexation Iu that tho insurgents nnd a Turkish band testant Mr Hopkins Elov en Repub- case they expect the immense war debt British torpedo boats havo captured licans and three Populists otedwritli would bo assumed by our government port tho small Greek and brought to this and then Cuba would march on to prosthe Democrats against unseating Kensteamer Lanrium which was carrying dall Tho conference reports on tho perity Thero is no question as to tho feeling victuals and euts for the insurgents bills to pension Major General Julius The forts fired two rounds of blank II Stahel nt 75 and tho widow of of tho native population The advent cartridges Sunday at tho Greek gunboat Major General Stoneman at 1J0O wero of tho insurgents iu Havana w nuld b hailed with tho greatest delight The Pcneus A Turkish frigate also dis adopted Tho open session of the senato lasted Spanish government does not trust charged blank shots at tho Greeks Tho minor them There aro comparatively few Greek gunboat Pencils quickly roplied only 20 minutes during which of the Cubans iu the Spanish army Out of to tho blank shots fired by tho Turkish business was transacted tho rest session tho 200000 soldiers sent hero from being spent in executive frigate The frigate then withdrew day Havana It was 0 U0 when the executive session Spain about 10000 aro now inmere boys of operations A large number of theso are from tho fcceno closed nnd the seiiato adjoin ned Sunday in the aro among them men on the and there Smart firing was heard shady side of life Thoso hero on dress JiiiIbu A Million Conflrmcil eastward Tho repy of tho Turks was 19 After a pro- parade present a creditable nppi aniucu Washington Feb f ecblo and it was obi ioas that thoy must I havo seen coming iu from abandon their positions if pressed tracted sessioii lasting nearly all day but those tho country districts show every evignu pnictico from tho redoubt on tho senate by a vote of 85 to 14 con- dence of having had a hard timo Their tho outer liirs was ludicrous Tho chief firmed tho nomination of Charles F I had a talk with two proprietors of Cretan povton wus a hanlct on a ridgo Amidon to bo United States district plantations iu tho insurgent district judgo of tho district of North Dakota Tho last battle about Santa Clara where of hills J000 yards from tho flagship Tliis nomination has been contested General Weyler is supposed to bo iu GREAT DEMONSTRATION IN ATHENS Eomo timo by Senator Hansbrough of command took place n few days ago ou North Dakota ouo of theso plantations The proprie- Â¬ Union of Cri tn Willi tlri ice Almost Uul- tor started out yesterday morning to sen SHOWED HIS MONEY I iiinmli il nrill what theie was left Ho did not expect Athens Feb 22 Over 10000 per- lie Finally Hail tu llrfenil It With a llruce to find much This proprietor told mo ii f Itetnlvers demonstration that beforo tho advent of tho Spanish sons paiticipated in a EniNBUlio Intl Feb 19 As Georgo troops he had no trouble But now Sunday afttincon on University square going homo they have cleaned out everything Ho saloonkeeper was in finer of the union of Crete with Wells a he was attacked by two niaskol robbers started out also in the rear of tho Giecco Tho reatest enthusiasm pre- who demanded his money Mr Wolls Spanish army to survey tho ruins and vailed An addios was adopted de- Â¬ drawing two revolvers informed thom see what can bo done about putting in a claring that o king and poplo wcro that he would do no such thing and crop Ho had 400 laborers employed General Weyler claims ho has lori rendy for any sacrifices of blood and that thoy had better move ou down tho fled tho provinces immediately abo t troiBuro to bring tho present Cretan street which they did rather hastily Havana commencing ou the west Ho Mr Wells carries lirgo sums of money formed n lino across the island ami policy to successful issae Tho crowd boon known to pci bou as ho then marched to tho palace nnd n depu on histrom 5800 to has all tho timo commenced to drive tho insurgents east 1000 carry his comward with all tho forces tation presented tho address to the king uud also has tho habit of showing it to mand But tliore aro more at than 1000 cheering followed the subject of iusurgeiits in this western provinco Tremendous his friends whenever His majesty King George Crown money is mentioned now and ns tho army advances eastLast summer when thero was hardly ward the Cubans scatter and turn up in Prince Constautiie Duko of Sparta nny gold in circulation around hero Mr the rear They aro hanging about Ha and other m Gilbert of tho royal family occupied paces on tho balcony Tho Wolls used to take delight in drawing vana now and a small squad of soldiori forth two or threo hundred dollars of is not safo ou tho outskirts of tho city king addressed tho crow d as follows yellow motul uud iu exhibiting it to Only a short timo ago a number of olll You are e 03 ting the trno mandate the friends Ills cers wero taken off a suburban train lei io ptoplo I thank you for of tho He Ono of them a Cuban was taken out King nfCorra ltvturn Hume your feelings this impoiig displuy of as a traitor Tho rest wcro deLondon Fob 22 A dispatch to The and shot their arms and valuables ami MayGcd piouo oir belayed country prived of Seoul Corea says that the allowed to go and btrenpt en oar cemmon efforts Times from king has left tho Russian legation for Tho general opinion now is that Long livo tho Hellciiio nation Spain will not bo able to put down the 1 n died Crrek soldiers with tho new pilaco Tho King of Coren Seven upon tho occasion of tho murder of tl e rebellion Ii this climato tho iusurartillery ha o landed near Kissoto deposition and massacro geiits can maintain themselves almost A Turkish transport accompanied by queen and the of Corea left the indefinitely Sickness has set in iiinoug of the lato a British torpedo boat is engaged in royal palace ministry mid placed lhmself untl tho soldiers nud a goodly number of convoying 1C0J troops from Candiu to tho protection of the Russian legatio tho woll ones are detailed to tnko care Canea As soon as quiet was restored through Â¬ of tho sick Then the rainy season will Trcons from till parts of Greecoure out Corea the king was induced to con- soon commcco nnd that will put mi hurrying to ho Turkish frontier sent to chango his headquarters fro n end to nil operations iu tho Held for a Tho polio of n co i will bo defens tho rooms of tin Russian legation to the timo ive by laud ut argressvo by sea Sickness exists not only among tho now palace troops but there is a general epidemic BATTLE DESCRIPTION Old Veteran Killed by n Train An A paper reported last ou tho island Makion Intl Feb 10 Nelson Ano evening that iu ono of tho towns in an lluir the Crt ttin llomliinled anil Cuplureil a votoran of the soldiers home was run adjoining piovinco thero wero not llm lurl of VuuUulli a Big Athens Feb 22 Tho night thai down and killed yesterday bywalking enough well peoplo to take care of tlo Six thousand smallpox cases aru sick fell Colonel YosmH Four passongcr train Ho was Fort Youko 1 To get or learned that the Turkish r arrison from to town on the Clover Leaf track which reported hero iu isHavana diflloult unn most parallels tho Big Four and a Clover of Hnvtiua now Canea was udvanciug to tuecor the do Leaf Tho board of health of in front He dertaking train feated Turks Ho dispatched a body of Btopped overapproached Four track on Florida lias quarantined against Ha to the Big to1 meet thoin and speedily insurgents which the passenger was upproaching vana All ere have to be vaccinated followed himself with his troops In from the rear by tlio Unlti Statos surgeon tho plain off Livaella 1C03 Turks and FAR FROM PACIFIED Gray Kaile latal Act 2600 Turkish Crotans with threo guns Illd Feb 10 GllAWTOHDSVILLE Many Vlctorle For lenernl lllveraa engaged in battle Tho Cretan insur viTruop Iu llnnr ilel Itln gents and tho Greek troops deployed Will Simpson while hunting iu the untl after 00 minutes fighting swept tho cinity of Mace shot and killed a mam Jacksonville Fla Fob 22 From plain forcing the Turks to tuke refago moth gray eagle which measured soven repoits received from Plnar del ltio in Canea Coonel Vassos burned tho feet from wing tip to tip The birds section it is clearly seen that Weylers fortified barracks at Livadia and tho greed is responsible for its capture It ldeu of pud cation is different fiom The Greeks lost hud killed and devoured a lamb and Aghla blooiLoise A letter to Colonel four Hnb lioutenauts kilted nud 20 olll in a gorged condition was taking a nap that of Americans details of various on in the top of a tree when Mr Simpson Corbo uU es many ecru uiul men wounded Tho Turkish gagments iu that section recently iu In obedience to shot it losses aro unknown nil of which tho iusurgeiits wero sue tho orders of the King of Greece Col Kilted UU Nephew anil NmtnUe onol Vasfeos recalled tlio troops to Pla South Bend Ind Feb 10 In a cessful Joreta Major P Morales had a tunla Near Tlio Cretans suffered heuvily by their qunrrol yestorday at Pinkerton a vil fight with San Martins troops nnd de uu order lage near hore Charles Pinkerton feated them badly after n two hours owu funk Thoy disregarded to withhold musketry flro until tho stabbed ami instantly killed his nephow fight The Cuban machete charge work of tho artillery had been complet- Â¬ and namesake The murderer is under drovo the Spanish from tho field in ed They v ustcd 60000 cartridges mid arrest Both are fanners with families utter route they leaving 125 dcud ou lost SO mou maintaining a furious and The tragedy was tho result of n long- - tho field foolish tire uud advauciiig to within standing grudgo hold by the younger A few days after this the insurgents 100 yards of the redoubts while tho decoyed the Spaniards iuto a trap in man aguiuit the elder Joreta swiuun aud cut theicrear guard Turn fired rcleclldlrwiudnjci3W bul Bombarding Begun Cuban War Status into i0 mou iih n le e r til io c u r riuui on ut iiiilatd losing oei l Â¬ In the woods of III Toiio w i am tlier disaster frr e Spaniards Colonel rente di fin g Co onel Mm tins i ctai h ment of ii ai Ii and foieiltg him Io te treat to Sin hum Y Maitlne with heavy o k auiig his dtad ou the Cabinet Added To A CONDENSED NLWS Â¬ li tnllrellon nf lull testing III mt nn Varin 1NimIiII Pupunil 1ar ant Haiti Â¬ IN FLOOD KENTUCKY One Ilimlly nf three Dinunril unit Oilier re llimielrss Ky Fill 22 A mot MiDliLhsBOliO itid this valley tllsi trims flrod flooding two thirds of thctnwi Skty hasi -- y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inen-ot-wn- P Â¬ families have been forced from their Cambeihiud iiienue the prin homes ciral street of the city is under water Several Most of the stores me flooded hnmlrid people have to be fed by the citizens tates that News from Tazewell Janus Cliadwel wife and childici were drowned in Powells river The flood burst oi er the bihk and caught them iu tin ir house which was swept away At West rineiille tlio Cumberland ri or broke over its banks do ng ini niiise damw Fifty families wero foi e d frtiiu the r bonus Allthomiiirs on tin eieel are flc oli d Al the ties ls and bridges on tho MiddlesLirn rtilro tl aro waslud away The brilfo on the Know ille Cum lierliud up ntd Lonisvil o railroad is pone No irl has arrived hire Saturday All the tra ns are waterbonml The estimated less is frTgOOO Â¬ PLUNGED An HEADLONG TO DEATH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men-of-w- Â¬ man-of-w- Â¬ Iimmorker Iall from n llrllje lulu the flliln ltlwr Louis Chad 10 CiseiNNvii Feb worth i an expert ironworker whose home was in iigiuia but who boaided iu Newpoit Ky and was employed on tho new Louisville and Niislnillo rail wad brnlp f H to his death from tho roadway of tno ironwork jesteiday Ohntlwnith wnt out from the Ohio end of the bridge with a wrench to tighten sinne bolts on the crown of tho span When half way out and about fiO feet above the water his toe struck a rojecting bolt Ho tripped over it and after a ilesp iuto attempt to regain Ills balance f h h milling in the river Sexeial viiikiiiiii saw him tall nnd baits weio hairied oat to llm spot where lie str cl t tew liter but his body was swept i nderii burgo nud has not been 1 over d C nlworth tit ono time resided at Ho was not minitd His X ii it O t o nliovi rs have offered a row ard of 00 for the ri emery of tho body AN INDIANA MURDEREfTsURRENDERS iptTt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the sheriffs ollco and surrendered himself s tying that ho thought ho had committed u murder iu Indiana n few j ears ago will be taken back to th scene of his crime to stand trial for his life Sheriff Johnson nt tho request of Kent communicated with the authori ties of Centirtou Ind nud leceivid n telegram saying Kent was wanted at that place tor tho murder of Noah King and that an ollicer had left there to take him back Kent who is evidently demented says tho crime was committed on tho lfelM on a farm three night of Nov Both men miles west of Centerton wero intoxicated and became involved iu a quarrel during which Kent stabbed Ills opponent with a knifo and then tied not Knowing whether or not he had killed King Â¬ Â¬ An tllllter llm Mutttil to Callfuriilii to lirlni Him lit k K H Kent n Saiiiam nto Feb IS man wlo about a week ago wiilktd Into BURIED A Iarmer HOGS ALIVE Arrenteil Inr Sciential Ailvlie lilo lug a Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kokomo Ind Feb 10 Ahog cholera epidemic has brought on wholesale urrests and couit trials iu Krvin township seveiil farmers being arrested and lined for permitting dead hogs to remain uuburied Yesterday John Gillani was nrrestid ou the directly opposlto charge of burying hogs alive Folio ving tho advice of a scientist Mr Gillani buried his porkers iu tho eartli for tho purposo of sweating and giving a mud bath tho end of their siionts uouu lemniniiig out of tlio ground tnuting the swinoou tlio plan of tho Hindoos of old who buried their ancestors on the brnks of tho Gauges Tho squealing hrgs caused several teams to runaw ay HERE A IS Â¬ SOMETHING lliirrlnon Hume STARTLING ltemler Tlio trerslty of Ciiiiilnldge will con fer it degieenf Ll upon Mr litijnril MAY BE A MEMBER befoie the latter leavei K isl uul llauk A Valid -l- ip a s icla e editor of the Chicago Keoiui nut Int hwu Appoint ed iciiretary to Iain in tjiigi Iluvvrn His Namo Has Heretofore Bern fur a lung timo lliiiiiiclil editor of the Chicago Trillin o ConncctodWilh tho Postmaster Mrplicn Diigu a well iiiuivn Humid in of Yutingstoiwi t vvii plntv1 In tin and It Is Generalship county Jail ii rnvltit in mint ciiiiiv starrntltm Dugn lil ifoun I llveclill dren Ii id nothing to in fur fiiirdnys He win loo prmid to n k th- - township Thought That Ho Will Bo Given trusties fur aid During u tliuiiile siorni In Chlciigu lightning strut k a Ko iv t lit tl street cite That Portfolio trie ear The car was full nf vviirUiigiuen tin their way to the stock vnnls All weio lmilly shocked mid uliu man Xuk Until j had to Is- - ic moved In Cwiov O Feb 20 Hon Janirs ear vvm b idly damagedan ambulaiiio Tho A Gary of Baltimore whose namo ha Tlippilicoof Poi titiiiittrli O urns el been leported uiitlir consideration for n gang of four slimitlut tlilove ulicli postmaster general and whoso causo has hni In en raiding that Ulnlty mid ruie been advocated by all but two of the eritl 2 1 thickens that had I hi ii stolon h i gang Is Kild to have stolen uvei 4 00 southern members nf the national com initttti and a majority of tho congres choelis The thieves tlivssd tli stolen sional delegations from the south ar chickens ami shipped them to the tlneiu med in Canton via the tfiinsyUania mitt miirke s lly an explosl in of natural gas In the mid ut 1010 yesterday Ho was met at tho station bv Hon Joseph P Smith presi imm ofbutlio Clilc iko h mill le six perrons were nud about of tho McKinley household and driven iliiiuigi was do iiet Two persons IDIliO o in in to the McKmley home Mr Gary was McMillan o em in and Miitthny llnyne lUTOinpanicd to Canton by Mr A M limllu are said to be ilatigoiously In Monroe of Baltimore l The was initscd by a At 1 DO oclock iu the afternoon Mr Jiuid lu the pipes nearin leak the pnsi room Jury left the private loom at the Mc- Â¬ Crimes mid tliiinttii Kinley house w hero lie had been iu consultation with tlio president elect lltilv lliuter miivor of antluld O for several hours and gave tlio follow f II f om lil tin ilentl ing statement to the Associated Press Wesley n pioiiiliient citizen of Major McKinley has tendered mo a UaulUl OWilir dropped dead on tlm street tmtfolio in tlm cabinet While it is not Miniuel definitely settled which one I am as ehlnery of Menu n was cmmlit luthemn suied that it will be one which I cut died of his a sawmill at lltllalre O and injuries accept At Hush Ky TiiekerMcXeil shot and Tho understanding is that Mr Gary seilou ily wounded Conrad lticas In a difwill bo iKistniaster gem nil James Albert iarv is a distinguished ficulty grow logo t of nu 1 grudge Lu citien of Maryland about il jenisof cas 111 j lit Is sei lolls A grist mill bollu- at Cades W Va ago He nttuided school at ltixkhill institute Blliiott City Mil and after blivv up killing Dm Welili engineer ward at Allegheny college Meadville and llm King II email The boiler was Pt anil iu IMil became a uart ler in blown 101 jnuls away Until nieu leavu James S Gary Son in w hu li linn he faiullii Ml O K Chis rip fsentlng the West ut once npplitd his youthful powers and cultivated mind to tlio work of the ern Ililon C einleal o iiiipiuy of Cleve house His eneigy was quickly mdi land ill oipcd dead while walking along An ollleo and waiehousohail the plit foi in i f the Ioansjlv aula dt pot at appaient been established iu Biltimoie ami iu Xeiilu U while waning for a train Ho lbliJ u branch house was iened in St hail an Invalid wile and uvo id children Louis This gave the concern it footing Ill a giiliio of ca d at Klklinno Matlon iu tlm west which lias since provid Ky Juki Carroll pmliihly fatally stabbed 1870 Mr Gary highly prolitube Iu lieneral Xtiwt a moiiiiiaiu outlaw Urn two weio ctmln and wuru on the slice edid his father as head of the firm ho has conducted its alfaiis for 25 best of term and Carroll iniiilu his escape to ears w itli iiiurki tl probity and success the iiiouiita Us and U at large A possii Among the business men of Batinuiro Is iu imrstilt he is universally respcetul Hubert Itim son of Hiuh Hoc n farmMr Gary owns other viilunblo busi-ne-- s er Holding near Huiiiliiiou W Va pi opt i tits in Baltimore uud How wa shot fiom iimbiili and almost inard counties and lias been lepeattdly stantly killed ulilli iilowlng In Ids railed upon to sham iu the management fatheis Held imiihuW lliuboiir with of financial and other business corpora whom he had had troeblu was arrested He was president eha ged with thu qhoutiux uud lvidgcil lu tions iu Bultiuoio for several yeais of tho Merchants aud the county Jail Manufacturers association and Is now Ill IS vice president of tlio Consolidated Gas The county lull niary located two miles company ami vice president of tlio Citizens National bank Ho aim holds di- south of Wa saw Ind was totally tie rectorships iu the Savings bank of Bal slroud by the Ihe building was just turn re tho wnrehoiiso company tho completed at u emt of til 00 The iu American Insurance company the Mer males got out safely tlianti and Manufacturers Insurance The big blatk diamond breaker oporat company nnd the Baltimore Trust and ed by the Delaware and Hudson Coal Guarantee tompany company ut Wllkesbarre la was entireHe was an ardent Unionist during ly destrtijed by fin loss tlXX Suveral the war and has been n Republican ever liiind ed men nud boys aro thrown out of since In 1870 tlio Republicans nom employment inated him for congress in tho Fifth llro at Sloals Ind completely de district which was Democratic ut tliit stroyed tho Martin County Hank block tiinii and of course ho was defeated coiisistliii of t ire ami ware room of J H In 1870 the Republicans nominated Hawkins I ompaiiy poslotlleu loom him from for governor In those days law olllcj of S epliem A Stephens and the state was hopehssly Democratic and lau ollleo of It I Itots Iu is 1800 Mr Jury fiiltd of election ulthoiigh llisiirauee tlOJ He ho made a very actio canvass The four lovo Hours of tho story luii been n delegate to every national building at 18 North Canal stieetsisChica convention of ins paity since 1872 unit go occupied by C -- chotlu manufacturer has represented from 1880 to lbl lie and vvludov Maryland upon tho Ripnbliean national of by II e ill u day fixtures were gut The loss on tho M Iu the councils of his ted committee ami on stock and ma Imlhlian party ho speaks w ith authority and his thlliii 150 oj ml covcicil by tusur utterances are heard with respect Iu 1850 Mr Gary was married to uuce liiim Miss Laviuia W Corrio daughter of llulTalo dug Lloiks want their stoie James Corrio and is the father of ono sou uud seven daughters His sou K clos d at 8 p in Stanley Gary is now junior partner iu An clglil h mi bill icoeully pissel the tlio old firm Monana ligl latino Cleveland iiiariviuen will orgaulo n HANNA WILL SUCCEED SHERMAN state and mi tonal union tiiiveuior lliuhiiell Miikea Ililillo Vtluit Detroit ho s bailies want o oiled the He IntincU to D law rohlhitliig Midday work ConMHUS O Feb 22 Governor Mllwnukie council tomiiiittee icfuscdto Buihiicll last night gave out tho follow dro theagltatluu for 1 eeut farci ing statement to the press 1 JAMES A GRAY OF BALTIMORE SJ Ihe llnlv li 1 1 OlNGPOEJ Making POWDER LVkltaleil for m creit lenening trensth unci Arsuns Ihe foHl alum anil liealihftilnes ill foims of adulter uion common to the cheap I rands KOAL llVKIsr r WDFR 11 SFlV VOKK v Absolutely Pure nctnt 1 Â¬ eilo 1 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gone To Best Saturday Dec 11 ISM otcurred the death of Mm Margaret C lienliam wife She of Doe Iliiu of A 11 llenliim leaves a hueband five children three girls and two boys four brothers and a host of other relatives and friends to mourn Iter loss but we hope our loss is her gain She has paid tlio debt tlmt we all ove The deceased was lo years of age and was ill only a few days Sho bore her sulleriiigs patiently and gently went to Bleep iu the urine of Jesus Mie will never know any more Borrow nor feel any more pain for she has gone to that laud where tears pains and sorrows are unknown She gave her liciitt to God aud united vvitli the Methodist church nt Cedar Grove some twenty odd years ego nnd lived u consistent christian iu tlmtcliureli until last September when she united vvitli the liaptist church at Buck Grove which she belonged to nt the time of her death She lived a life that is u worthy example for all christians to follow nnd to the ungodly I would say go follow tho foot prints of Seek ye first the kingMag lietihain dom of God Watch and bo ye aleo rttnly for ye know not when the boh of ninn coineth I have always known the deceased as aunt Mug and always found her to be gentle and kind to all 1 can safely Buy that I have lo3t one of my best aunts nud the community one of its best Xovv permit me to say from women tho very bottom of my heart farewell aunt Mag farewell but not firever for I hope to strike glad hands vvitli J oil on the golden shore of that Hummer laud above where all may be united into one happy family to live forever around the throne of Gjd Tho funeral services were conducted at the homo ef llro Jiulsou Willett from the Ill Psalm after which the remains weie enrried to the Johnston grave yard uud gently laid away to await that great resurrection morning Tlio bereft husband and children return many thanks to the neighbors and friends for their pssstance during their trouble Tlio bereaved oms have the condo lence and sympathy of the entire neighborhood I sail on the strong arm of Jesus and He will help you endure much more That the dear bereft uncle children and relatives may so live as to meet their loved one ou the Kternal shore is the prayer aud desire of her Maiiv lowint niece Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I ti0i -- Anarchists and Men of Business New York Sun 1 Â¬ Â¬ Little tllrl Muliea IU Appeiiriime at the Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ Feb 22 IsniANAVOLis At 510 oclock Sunday morning a baby girl weighing eight and a half pounds was born to Mr and Mrs Benjamin Harrison Dr Henry Jameson being tho attending physician Mother and child are doing well Mrs Lieutenant Parker of Now York is with her sister Mrs llairisou Me nnd Mrs Harrison wero married in St Thomas church Now York April fl lbOO The cx prcsidcut is iu his 04th year Â¬ Â¬ It had been my intention to miikouo announcement iu relation to tho action I would take iu tho matter of an appointment to fill tho prospective vacancy in the Ohio representation in the United States senate until tho vacancy actually existed But ou account of tlio manifest interest of tho people nud their do sire to know what will bo done I deem it best now to make the following state ment When Senator Sherman resigns to enter the cabinet of Pioitdent McKin lty I will appo nt to succeed him Hon Marcus A Huiini of Cuyahoga couny to servo until Ills successor is chosen by tin Seventy thud general assembly of the state I trust this action will meet with the approval of the peoplo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wheelursburg nlliiret James linker the lending merchant of O ties UJO The Mornng Kepurter South llciid 1ml Uct uorgM Uboru of has assigned toJiuUi Assets 3 000 liabiliestablished 7 Sutton Ioguispott hai IbKi by dUcuiitlnued J at K ptibllcatluii THE MARKETS ltevlew ut lur leliruury ii ruin anil Llvetuek 3lurket Vlurket 11 Clixluaitt Tobiito Kevv liny fA Iixt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wan Siiamokis Pa dering around the dark uiulei ground chambers of the Reliance mine since last Monday Willie Majorisik uged 11 years win uscaed yiMierdiiy iu an ex haiisttd condition by u puty of miners ihe ixyhad been without food drink or light MiijOrislk entered tho lnino with two compniiionit by way of an old drift but he got separated from them while stopping to liyht his lamp He failed to get a litht and wandered about seeking an exit until ho dropped iu ex haustion Â¬ Â¬ in il Mine Feb 20 After fatal7re Kltfht NCLEVELAND People llmlly lliirneil live nt WIkiiii 11 uy Die Â¬ Â¬ William Walt Hen I Â¬ Newiiuiui N Y Feb 20 William Wait ouo of the men who dug for gold in California in 1K4J dittl of paralysis yesterday at tlm home of his nephew Dr Wcsloy Walt ut this ptice He was 77 years of ago Mr Wait left u HiH0 much of which is fortune of invested iu Chicago and L ueolti Neb real estate Dr Wait found 1100000 in bonds and other mo rities iu the ri om of hit uncle soon niter tho death of the a tci- - Xv Wa t win liinnrrlcd Experience proves the merit of Hoods fttrssparills It cures all forms of blood diseases tones the stomsch builds up the nerves C1EVKLAM1 Feb 20 The family of Jacob Stcrzellao of Gia Canal street was nlmoit completely w iped out of exist ence yesteiilny morning by u holocaust Eight peisons were badly burned three of whom have since died mid two more will probably dio Tho dead nro Jacob Sterelluo Victoria his child mid Agues aged 2 Mary Sterzellao tho wifo and mother was probably fatally burned as w ell us her child Mary John Sterzollao year-old a brother to the dead mini Albert Jerno uml Josoph Jerga boarders wero also badly burned Jacob Stirelluo aioso about 5 oclock to light tho lire untl mistook tlio gaso line can for tho coal oil can Tho result was a terrifio explosion when he up plicdthe match The greatest difncul ty was exiKirienced iu getting tlio family out of bed and into the yard Attempt to Wreck Train Bkiika O Feb 20 An ultempt was made to wiek a Big Four train lmir Berei ou u bridge 7 1 feet nigh Ob stractli us wi d scoiercil by the track walker shortly befoie the eastbouud fast freight wus duo A horrible wreck wus uviTttd Tliete Is no clow to the perpetrators Â¬ 1 -Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ lull 16J end 3004 UlTeilug for tho week US Hujoa ion- - for hu week ao i Ac mil alu to he week SI Heceln to hu week on heItU hhiU riimnsl as I lie in1 ollliliiU folio vs 7iif6iaiJ 91 so ij tints U 5 sT itijt i0w ot liiJ lihl 13 II lit fluuil o as iu si7 i uUJ r uu d lit Ho- III tl Utll 76 Jj trfflr 16 81 m sy 11 1 i - a4ll 6 vU t Mill 75 Herr Most and I havo been talking and we are it over said Kli Perkins glad those awful monopolies and trusts aro to be killed The man who does a wholesale tiusinetH is a ctiminal Yes sir we Anarchists think Hint wicked wholesale Carnegie who makes ii cents a day ou each of his 1 1000 workmen is a bad man while our retail Iioufo paint- Â¬ er uud carpenter who makes 8 a day ou Bix men is a mint fifty innocent sugar refiners who were selling sugar ut live cents while tlio Government was paying a two cent bonus were angels while the wicked wholesale Haveniojer who em plos 10000 men raise Iheir wages ten cents a day and sells ttigar ut II I cents is a devil incarnate The child llko milkman who sels New Jeisey milk for It cents a giilllon is fit for translations while the wicked Itcckefelltr who pumps oil GOO miles from Oil City re lines it and sells it to the poor for cents a gallon is a fiend continued Kli The wicked Carnegie kept millions of dollars from going to Kuropefir steel nnd tho unpardonable Rockefeller sella 10000000 wortli of oil to Europe Asia ami Africa and brings the gold back every year to enrich our country What would I do with the so wicked Why wholesale business men yoiinsk IM hang them and ennoniza the retail saint who sella beer by the glass and nod dles hut frankfurters on the Itowery 1 Â¬ Breckinridge NORMAL College Second Term Opens Nov 10 1S9G Latin The Cumulative method is used in teaching the languages Greek German ami French A Special Course for those who wish to prepare for Teachtus Certificate In this course the students will be 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 as much as five months tuition In advance Hoard aoo to 3 50 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 you if attend school here Write for particulars at once you desire to attend a first class school at a small cost D S ROBERTS Jr Prcs Hardlniburg Ivyf Address or FELIXflKERRICK Hardlnsburg Ky Â¬ mas ernntcel in all courses Fouit Couitsits Pedagogy Uusincss Scientific Classical Diplo- Â¬ v I 1 41 miw9 f- zseBmmmgm THE BREiGKKlStRIDQK Our ncpliow ot tlio Meade Count Messenger wants us to make tlio race Wo thank hint for or tlio State Sennto bis very flittering notice along with oth- Â¬ er kind expressions from our friends but NOTICE Hate for annouiuernenu In Iht ke columns urc as really wo havent the time Hesldes wo lol lows Cash in advance tn every cuvm Io oo have no aspirations In that direction or Circuit Jude or Altorney County Uflices 500 for any ollice within tho gift of the peo- Â¬ KEPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS ple Our life work is right hero on tlio COUNTY JUDGE Nkv8 It suits in Wo love tho work K are authorised to announce WILLIAM and our only ambition is to make the YV AIILne a candidate for re election to the office of County Judge of Ureckentldge county lubject paperlu Kentucky If best to the action ofthe Kefublkan pnmary election Keliruarysj- - 1807 we succeed In this wo will have accom Â¬ CIRCUIT COURT CLERK plished our highest aim and purpose In WEDNESDAY KEUIIUAKY J 1897 Breckenridge NKS W O0IHO OUOYKRPORT K am News SIX PAGES Â¬ Once-n-wee- k irK are authoriied to announce 11ION JOLLY TT uj a candidate tor the Ollice of Circuit Court Clerk llreckenridge county tubjert to the decision usember I lection 1897 of tne Hepublican party announce KOIIlItT 11 a candidate for I lie oltice ot Circuit Court Clerk rubject to the action of the lteimbhcun primary lebruarj 17th 1897 COUNTY COUIITCIKKK are authorized to announce OWKN CUN- N1NUIIAM us a candidate for Ictlecllon to ttie ollice ol County Court Cleik subject to Ihe ilionot the Kepublicjn priuury tlcuion balur - 1897 ui Hruv wOUXTV ATTOIINEY Kuie authorized tn announce LBSt R USK KtlHK as a candidate lor County Attorney to the action ol the Hepublican ptimarj election 1eby 17 89 fcubject life and at the same time wo think fulfilled our duty to God to our family and to our country lirK are authoriied to WKAlllliHHDHD llTE Tim local option election In Cvecsio ro and Davleis county resulted lu ati easy victory for tho nutl piohibltionistB going wet by IJOO msjolty The CoibHl Filziiimiiono prizi fight which Is billed to take plac March 1 In Nevada Is attracting a good deal of attention among the sports PhkIDknt McKlnleys calinet as at precent announced is m follows Slier man for Secretary of State Gage of Illinois for Secretary of the Treasury ger of Michigan for Secretary of Wai Long of Massachusetts for Secretary of the Navy Wilson of Iowa for Stcrelary of Agriculture MeKenna of California for Secretary of the Interior aud Gary of Maryland fm Poetinister General Â¬ 1 fl IT are authorized to annouuee RN Ml IIKit a candidate for re election to the ollice ot Cuunty Attorney oi llreckenridge County subject to the action ot the Republican primary election WE leba7 iHty bCHOOL hllKKlNTLNIENT Wl nre authorized to announce ANDREW DKIKKU as a candidate for re election to the office of School Superintendent of llreckenridge County subject to the Republican primary election baturuay feby j 1897 Superintendent of llreckenridge County subject to the action of the Republican primary election Satur day lebruary 37 1897 COUNTY SURVEYOR Rov VE nre asauthorized to announce ChintzCounty a candidate for office of altv V ITEareaulhorizedto announce SAMUEL W TT lATKusa candidate lor the ollice of School patty Surveyor subject to the action ofthe Republican lltction November a 1897 JAILER authorized to announce GUS I MIILLMAN as a camiiJale lur re election to the Office of lailer of llreckenridge county sub Â¬ ject to the actiun of the Republican primary elec Â¬ tion Saturday Kebruaro 27 iSv7 are REIRESENTATIVE sentatlve ot llreckenridge county subject to the action of the Republican irimary Election Icby 7 7 WK are authorized toannounce GUY K IIURCII Chcnault Kyr as a candidate lor Ripre ASSESSOR WK areusauthorized to announce JNOif II COM Â¬Â¬ llrecken a candidate for Atstssor ridge County subject to the Republican primary eltction Keby 27 Deputies Jno I llennlngtr Len Tiut and Achillas Dye CIRCUIT JUDGE am a candidate for re election as Circuit Judce of the yth Judicial Districts subject to the action of I 1 me wemocrauc parlv recognize the Clilcago llatforni of i8y6 as the true exponen of 1imocrutic principles T R M11UA III January 1st 1897 COMMON WK A ITI TS A 11 OR N KV luui a candidate lor re election to the ollice of Commonwealths Attorney of the 5th Judicial Dis Â¬ trict of Kentucky subject tn the action of the WEED SCHILF Democratic party FUSION ANNOUNCEMENTS are authorized toennounce W K MINOR Y bs a candidate forjudgeoi itreckenride Coun ty Subjt ct to the actiun ol the Democratic Con- ention Saturday March bih 1897 are authorized to announce T II HEN Â¬ DERSON as a candidate lor County Judge of Hreckenndge county subject to the action ol the Democratic conventionMarch8ih 1897 CIRCUIT CLERK ll COUNTY JUDGE Thk first Republican primary to sjlect candidates for county Hi es will bit held in the county next Saturday This seems a little lingular in the face of the fact that It has only been a little while ago since the Republicans now most active lu it were denouncing primaries by the Democtats and every man that took a hand in thim They didnt result very well for our party as the past has clearly ISut it is singular that when revealed ollices arc at stake what schemes men will resort to to obtain them When the Democrats were a little in the as- Â¬ cendency they were roundly denounced for adopting primary elections as the method of selecting their candidates for public ollice The results were not the We are not condeming tho best either Republicans now for doing the same thing It is none of our fight but the results will probably be as disastrous to them in the end A prominent Itpub lican was heard to say at the time the primary was called that he was quite fearful that it would result in the defeat of ttieir whole ticket next fall He reasoned that there were numbers of men who would not go into them and thus bo bound up to support a man whether they wanted him or not Men like to be free to vote tor the man that suits them at a general election and if they go into the primaries they feel in honor bound to support those who are nominated This will doubtless keep a great many out Â¬ Thursday was Rule day nt the Falls also candidates day and the place was crowded with vote seekers and the air was tilled with How do you do am so glad to see oit out to day ami how is your wife ami children 7 And many old farmers went home with bruised hands crushed nlnioit to j tlly by the grip of would h olllners soft white hands with their muscles of Btee thinking to steal the old mails vote m well as his heart Tne next time Mr Hoard goes to see his best girl on church nittlit he should not 1m too If zy or too spoony to go to church when ho kunwi they were all ready to go when he emu It Is not a good idea to disappoint the big brother aud sser and keep lit in at home thus preventing them tlio rare opportunity of hearing the Klders splendid discourse ips the tete a tete with the fair la ly love wa very swe t to you but then were niuer mid veiiueucu in the hearts of the disappointed couple upstairs A young sjctlon bw was in very low spirits for more linn two weeks he went several times a day to the post ofliee expecting tch mall that he I figetl lor letter would surely from the dear BWculheiit whom cruel fate had ssparatrd but each time the doom of disappointment was his lot till he grew so sad and pa e for his heart was heavy as had he could neither eat or sleep in vain his hohtcss prepared the After dalnlitst dishes to tempt him manv dajs with wiary lagging steps for he felt sure another fellow had gained the head he thought his own he approached the postc lllce fearing to ask for his mall but the kind hearted postmaster knew and with tolemu dignity put the coveted missive into hisBhaking hand O j ly of j s I at last at last and bIio had not forgotten for tin re was the pretty white invelope all covered with post marks He has quite recovered I hear L Bten H TIME TABLE wear er Dalle nrr Ilardloibnia OOIHO lJJ pm IiHO HUT ttureiirter Hall arr lUrdlnnburn HARDINSBURG r Growing Children One third of all the children die before they arc five years old Most of them die of some wasting disease They grow very slowly keep thin in flesh are fretful food does not do them much good You cant say they have any disease yet they never prosper A slight cola or some stomach and bowel trouble takes them away j X The Cloverport Hotel NOW THE J 1 I I MITCHELL HOUSE bot- - Irh end in your subscription novf Gaud Mercer returned fmm Iiuis ville last Saturday Miss Katie Boardof Garfield Is visit it g hero this week You can get a goodphongraph cheap at Pats ius gallery A letter from II F Beard in Florida Btrttts that he is toing well there Loyd Cox and MssMtislx Shephard were married in Louisville Feb 17 0 L Beard expects to biginwork on his now house about the first of next month John Squires has about con ti acted for the building of a new house for his son George Junius Marshal win has befn con Â¬ fined to his honiR all winter was In town week one day Rev S K Breeding will b gin a series of sermons on the Buhj ct of entire I torn to top All of the rooms equipped with I new Furniture Rates 200 per day Stop with us and be convinced W M MITCHELL Prop t lias been thoroughly renovated from T EMULSION of with Hypophos the remedy for growing children It makes hard flesh sound flesh not It makes soft flabby fat strong bones healthy nerves It changes poor children to Cod liver Oil phttes is just IJoTTS tr children rich in prosperity gt tn lat eanctlflcation Wednesday night Book about it free for the asking No substitute for Scotts Emul- Â¬ sion will do for the children what we know Scotts Emulsion will do Get the genuine For sale by all druggists at 50c and tar Pure jpple JJrandy I make n specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed I use nothing but sound and to be strictly unadulterated ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 95 goods 200 per gallon and 97 goods 175 per gallon f o b All packages securely scaled and shipped on short notice VVVrVVVV ror family or medical use toxj WATT C Lewis assignee of W A Williams has been directed to sell the store houe and lot lu S ophciisport at public 0 100 SCOTT DOWNE New York auction Geo W Jolly was allowed 13 by the County Court a a fee in the suit of Breckenridgs county against J S Dr Spring GUSTON School Topic Party Christian Endeavors Had A Glorious Meeting Â¬ Â¬ Jernette and others They sty there are about sixteen iWWWWW Â¬ Â¬ C M SMITH Andyville Ky t t Sr Â¬ BRANDENBURG Hraudenburg Normal is building up all the time We are glad to know the Hon Gus W Richardson Is doing well The Epworth League held an interest- Â¬ ing meeting Ivst Fiiday night Prof A C Burton and Mr Lou HIbbs went to Vine Grove last Sunday Mrs Win Hlioilts has returned from Payuubville where she went to recuper Â¬ ate D M Duncan will make the rounds with the candidates Vi speak for the Messenger Misses Susie K ttelle K der aud Lillian Rhodes spent Sunday with Mst Kleanor Democratic candidates for j tiler and George Smith went to Irvington Fri- burg to visit her brother Mr John Gib every dad bom 0110 of thems going to day son get the nomination Bee Gendry of ICron spent Friday We are anticipating having a singTo the general surprise of ever body here ing school at Pleasant Grove church Johnnie Lyman and Mrs Mary Jane Mits Helen Bollock spent Saturday in The teacher was to sing Sunday night Lindsay walked Into the county clerks Ekron but owing to the weather we do not ofllce last Thursday and wero marrie Born Feb 15 to the wife of J T Cun know whether he arrived R v K B Cox olflciated Harvey Adams Almost Loses His Hendrick The measles have about subsided It took the town ami to ik it quck scarcely B Â¬ of Ointments for Catarrh that Contains Mercury authorized to II MIL WK are hid candidate announce JESSE of llreck as mercury will surely dtstroy the aen6e fur Circuit Clerk enridge County Subject to the action ot the Demo of smell and completely derange the cratic Convention Satutday March Sth 1897 whole system when entering it tlirotuli are authorized to announce RICHARD S SKILLMAN as a candidate for re election to the mucous Such articles surfaces the cilice of Circuit Clelk of llreckenridge County Subject to the action of the Democratic Convention should neverbe used except on prescript Lent is close upon m The young Saturday March 8th 1897 ion from reputable physicians as the folds are trying hard to get tip a dance damage they will do is ten fold to the befoie the forty days of abstinence from Oil SHERIFF goad you can possibly derive from them RICHARD WE are authorized to announceShenlT Subject W Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by gayety set in as a candidate lor to Thu candidates will all start out oa the the action ofthe Democratic Convention March 8th F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains ib7 With the following deputies C K Light 24th to meet their dear frit nils aud loot CloverjHjrt Scott Cart Union Star and Chas no mercury and is taken internally act Â¬ II Miller Ilardliikburg talk to them so cordially They will Bob Msllentli ing directly upon the blood and mucous Judge McBeuth wound up his court wind up at this point TOR JAILER surfaces of the system In buying Halls lust Thuisday A number of important Mrs Mollie D Currico of Hopkins to announce LAFAYETTE WE urc authorizedcandidate or Jailer of Ilterk Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu ville is visiting her sisters Mrs Tlios cases were disposed of on the civil docket us a enridge Countv Subject tu the action f f the Demo ine It Is taken Internally and made In Tho Judgi will not allow old sulU to cratic Convention Saturday March 8 1S97 We Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Co Hamilton and Barbara Shacklett hang on his docket and put litigants to are always glad lo welcome Mrs Carrico authorized unnecessary costs The docket must be WE arccandidate furtn announce J D HEELER Tf stimonials free of llreckenridge Coun a Jailer to our circle ty Subject to the actiun of the Democratic Con Â¬ COT Sold by Drupgifct price 70c per hot cleaned up and all cas s prepared for vention Saturday March Sth i87 To night Monday the pupils of Bran Â¬ trial as soon as possible tie are authorized to announce JOHN W denburg Normil will give an entertain J R Johnston aud his boys havo con- Â¬ lliAUCIIAMl as a candidate forjailerof meut literary and musical in honor of verted the Priests pasture into a farm llreckenridge County Subject to the action of the FALLS OF ROUGH Democratic Convention March bill 1897 Washingtons birthday The program is They nre cleaning off all the timber and are nuthoiized tn announce WM R underbrush repairing the fences and Rule Day Section Boss an interesting one WK as a candidate fur Jailer of llreck Â¬ Pound Supper enridge Cuunty Subject to Iho action 61 the Discontinuing the pension agencies it ranging to pitch a big crop of com and Anxiously Waiting For A Letter Democratic Convention March 8th 1897 throughout thu United Stati h will be a tobacco Farming is not exictly new to Farmers Busy are authorized to announce It A SHELL bonanzi to the government Economy Mr Johcston but ho lias not followed MAN us u candidate for Jailer of llrecken ridge County is the cry Let Republican rule give it It for many years He was reared on a Subject to the action of the Demo Ken Hoard has returned home cratic Contention March Slh 1897 We shall expect prosperity to farm to us Mrs Laura Quertermous Is at home come on golden wings aud come speed- Hajden son of Jaraos Durham Is WK are authorized tn annouce LEE WALLS a candidate for Jailer of llreckenridge Coun A Sunday School was orgmzed here y tv Subject to the action of the Democratic party lying quite ill at his home near West Irecinct Cunvenlionv March fih County Con Sunday The commercial exerclsB for the ssveu View He lias been down nearly all vention March Sllu Mrs Medcalf and children have re Â¬ graduates of Meade county will take the winter and there Is not much hopes are authorized to announce SCOTT MOR ION as a candidate for Jailer nl llreckenridge turned homo of his recovery Haydeu Durham is a place Saturday night at the court house County Subject tn the action of the Democratic Convention March btli 177 The graduates will be assisted by the young man that every body likes He The roads are almost impassable the musical clubs of the town Mr W B has been In the dry goods business for are authorized to announce JOHN COOK mud Is so deep Custer as a candibite for Jailer subiect to Ashcraft will presi nt the diplomas and several years at West View and has been Mr Charlie Fishers family are down the action ot the Democratic convention March making his business a success Rv S Slh 1897 Mr A C Burton will deliver the address with the measles K Breeding was out to see him one day Every one is cordially Invited SUPERINTENDENT OK COMMON SCHOOLS Ilttle Mlis Tillle McCurty is just re- Â¬ last week Mine pretty cousin Geranl Ahxander are authorized to nnnounce K1MIIIE covering from measles WE The Literary Society of the B N col- Â¬ as a candidate lor the ollice ol of Lrulsvllle plungid in and crowed the County Superintendent of Schools Subject to the Mrs liettio Hoblusnn was the guest of Rubicon lege celebrated Washingtons birthday h night a iietna Grtne to have action of thu Democratic party March 8h 1897 Mrs- Kittle Davis n Wednesday the cannubial knot tietl in a jfly to one with very appropriate exerclsB at the are authorized to announce FRANK A Iafe lleauchamp was the guest of Miss of her many suito s Mr Standiford Let court house Monday night Tho fol IIEAVIN as a candidate for the office of Countv Superintendent of Common Schools of Hello Davison last Invocation Sunday evening us hope the handsome Indugnl child lowing was the program llreckenridge countv subject to the action of the Democratic convention March 8 1897 Mr Jim Steavens mother sisters and has not married in haste to repent tt Rov S K Breeding j Bong Glee Club recitation Mattle Hook essay L B COUNTY CLERK brother of Nashville Tenn are expect leisure McCubbitiH song Glee Club recitation ed soon are authoriztdto announce ASIA M HAR The Messeng r of lost week calls on Harold Beard recitation Maggie Baker us a candidate for County Clerk ol Mr Jno I llubbng Messrs Scott Robinson Sam Morgan the editor of this llreckenridge county subject to the action of the Iopulist Contention March 8th and the Fusion Col Green went to Hardinsburg on busi Â¬ worthy si e t to become a candidate to oration Byron Cart recitation Herbert ticket Beard recitation Ava Board benedicfill the vacant Democratic nomination ness last week tion Rev S F Kelly The ushers were ASSESSOR for State Senator This column endoises Farm work is progressing rapidly To- Â¬ Holllo Diane Herman Kelly Taylor are authorized toannounce O K MORRIS bacco beds are sown and plows are run all the Messenger says about the gentle- Â¬ Babbage llcwleyville us a candidae for Assessor Henry Moorman Joseph man but it would haty to see him enter of llrrekenridge county with the following deputies ning busily for oats and corn Matthews and Cob urn Richardson J A Coomcs of Kirk V N Gibson of Louiburg the political arena He is the right man The J ouit Ollradlyol McDanlcls subject tn the actiun Miss Annie Head came home last court house was crowded with peo Â¬ nt the Iopulist Contention March bill and the lu the right place now aud to reelgu Fusion Ticket week after au extended visit to relatives ple to witness the exercises Tilts ap- Â¬ such a trust would meau a good deal - A llCVICC I and friends near Jolly Station pearing on the program acquitted them Â¬ tn n iitn-II The glory and splendor of the coming selves yery satisfactorily of Irvincton as a candidate lor Assessor of Little Miisis Mabel and Ztlpih Cham llreckenridge county wllh the toliowing deputies inauguration will be the finest on record Robert Gregory lludsonville lien Taut Matting of Brown Didnt Swear subject IvT II Squires SampleMarch 8th to the action ol bliss Cora Wingate were guests little so the story goes It strikes me that and the Fusion Misses Mamie and Ruby Stone the Iopulist Convention Clovtrporl Ky Feb 17 Mr J D each 0110 has alwajs been pronounced ticket Messrs Ike Owen of Glendeane ami theym tie ikde one pomp splendor glory BAiiuatiK Dkaii Silt I dont lliiiik you are authorized to announce WILLIAM T Louis 0 Uradley of McDanlels were for a few hours Vanity WELL as a candidate fur Assessor sub Vanity Let should havo said what you did in jour ject to the action ofthe Iopulist convention March guests of M W Stone last Thursday us hope when MrKinley kisses the last paper In regard to the swtarlng that 8ih 1H97 with the following deputies I 1one Oliver Custer Lilttcberry DoweU Stephcnsport Mrs Sam Morgan threw open her sacred book that it may open at a signifi- Â¬ was done last Friday night If there CONSTAHLK doors and invited the young piopla to a cant appropriate chapter for instance was any swearincr done In tho wagon I supper Wednesday night There HOARD Counsel is initio and siund wisdom I did not know any tiling abut It authorized to WK artcandidate for announce DOIPli llardini pound a Constable In the were about sixty guests am understanding I have strength He although there might have been as I tiurz District Subject to the action of the Demo Quarterly Meeting at Short Creek last will need al this aud more besides did not catt h up with the wagon until cratic Convention Monday March 8th 1S07 it was on the hill But if there was any Huwesvlllefl pretty young ladies all Saturday and Sunday The Klder preach Mr James T Skillman and Dr James I dont see why I should get the credit turn out to mcot all trains that pass Is ed here Sunday night to a crowded It tba parlor cars that bring them out or house and was tho guest of Mr Frank T Owen boarded the steamer John K If that la the way you write your sub is It that cVver geriul operator who Peyton and family leaving 011 Monday Speed here Friday night for Now Orleans scribers up I would rather not be one to attend Mardi Iras mornings train for his home W Brown lias charge of tho ofllce In that place Beware Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a liouee escaped Miss Cora Nenfm a handsome bru nutte from Louisville is a visitor of Mis Jennie Lee Woolfolk Mibs Agnes Worluud has gone to Ir vington to attend the Roberts Henry wedding which takes place t day Miss Kva HeiiBley is visiting MissLula Lewis She is a favorite here and we remember her last pleaatit visit and her sweet voice Mrs C S Grinnell gave the joung folks a social last Friday night in honor of Misses Suse Estelle Eder and Flor Ine Anderson Chairraau Whitworth has called a meeting of the chairmen of tho nineth judicial district at tills place next Friday to take steps towards fixing a time for nominating candidates far Circuit Judge and Commonwealths zUtorney The Rupublicans here are looking for- Â¬ ward to next Saturdays ehctlon with a great deal of interest There are a number of guesses on the race for Circuit Clerk All the candidates in that content have been quite activ and its a little hard to name the winner Georgo Hooks health is gradually giving way He has been ntllicted with cancer for several years and the trouble does not improve Hh Iiph tried a number of cancer doctors and a multi tude of remedies ami the relief has only been temporary Licensed to marry Georgo W Arms to Mary E Saulsman J E Elder to zVnnio L Mattingly J A Wood to Hattie Kiper Patrick Sherran to Lou ella AVhently Sam T Dougherty to Bottle Bamsey Robert Logsdon to Mrs M 0 Burnett and John Lyman to Mary Jane Lindsey Mrs Lon Smith left last Friday for Sturgi Ky where she will probably make her homo in the future Her daughter Miss Maud preceded Eome weekB ago where she now has a position with Prof Shacklett in his school They have many friends in ths community who regret tholr leaving us James Montgomery of Elizabethtown wrote a letter to one of his friends hero last week making inquiry about the race for Circuit Judge We dont like to discourage the Judge but the cold facts are that most every body around hero and their uncles included are for Â¬ Â¬ dill a girl Geo Drury of Bew ley ville was in town Thursday D B Chillis went to Louisville on a business trip last w ek Mr K L Smith went to Liuisville on a business trip Thursday II W Cain went to Weldon Thursday to visit his sister Mrs Coleman Mis Miller is to teach our spring school She has twenty pupils promsd her Miss K lul McGregor of Louisville the milliner fur George J NelT came down Sunday Mr MiliF who wishes to represent us in the in xt term of Legislature was in tiwn Satuiday Coburti Richardson who was attending fchool at Hardinsburg returned home Saturday to see his father Miss Clara Loeb of Vine Grove is expected any tay this week She will be a visitor here for some time Mr Marshall ami Miss Bandy of Irv- Â¬ i ilois n our Christian ington were Eudeovor Wednesday night Why is it some of our boys consider it their pious duty to purchase spring suils before the we k is out David llardaway of Be ley ville 1b lending a helping hand at Mr Ben liar daways while Hugh is disabled The hearts of the Endeavors wero glad dened by an unusually large attendance and a goodly number of visitors Wed nesday night Rev 1 jiiald M Grant filled his reg ular appointment here Sunday morning and night Fab 28 Morning subject Christian Brotherhood Tlie Y P S 0 E will give a Topic ic Party at the residence of Mrs Lucin- da Stith Saturday evening Feb 27 All Endtavorers are invited to come aud bring a frien I or two The dear women are not supposed to know what become of their liege lords on certain rainy da s but we cant help knowing they feel suspicious when with a grass sack slum- - over liisshonlder one fNw East and one fl iw West and the others Instead of going over the cuckoos nest flew both to the North and Sjutli By some unacc uutable ruling of fate they most happily meet at the very same spot We know there is many a still d heartache left behind that us mis erable fellows are totally unworthy of Â¬ Life While Harvey Adams the smith at J 0 Itogers shop and Bill Bean colored were returning from Griffins planing mill yesterday morning in a buggy tho horse they were driving became fright- Â¬ ened on Snow hill and ran away Both men were thrown out Adams was hurt A Card about tho neck and body and made n To the Democracy of Breckenridge narrow escape from being killed The county Knowing that in unity there The negro was hurt in tho stomach is strength and feeling that it is to the Tlio wounds of neither are serious of my party to have ss few best interest hone ran to the stable on Pearl street contests for the nominations to the vawhere he is kept with the buggy btill offices as possible and especially to rious attached to him though in a badly dam Â¬ the cilice of County Altorney and mat- aged condition Tho Owensboro Mesters having been satisfactorily adjusted senger between Gus Brown and myself and The Bt st distillery will start up in a feeling that he has rendered services to the party for which it is indebted to few days at Bests Landing Ky after him now Hint we may have harmony being shut down for two years and concert In action I withdraw my -- W VWfc Thanking my name from the race friends f ir their many solicitations and kindly expressions toward me and say In response that at some future time I may be able to serve them and woud ak that Are what your in the present contest that my friends physician counts on fall in line mid lie Ip to biing victory to when he writes your our party and itptcially Miccem to Gus Brown in ft bono interest 1 have withprescription and you Respectfully drawn full do Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - jrure jLPug Â¬ II F MUTIIKWB Get not get the benefit of his skill if the drugs arc not pure SHORT HAYNES kV Babys Picture Baby Ml grow up before you know it If it lives you will say why didnt we get its picture taken while it was young In after years if something should happen Millions could not get you to part with babys picture Come Attend to it now this week We Can Guarantee Ours WWlWri C1OVEKPOKT d Dentistry I low 0ESSSS KNIGHT e The Photographer CLOVEItroilT KY Captured For The Spring Trade I have just purchased for the spring trade the largest and most varied line of Spring Dress Fabrics ever shown in this market The assortment will compare favorably with any shown in the county And while tho assortment and styles are right up to date the prices tho most important to the buyer are also right Dr many people in this county are sufiering 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 ocI am curred to you fully prepared to do all kinds of Dental work reasonable Can always be found at my oflice over Martins Drug Store J L MOORMAN Â¬ J VVV fWI r -- - ls il GARFIELD Valentines are all tl e go Mr George Sujder is still on the sick list Mr Aaron Norton near here is on the sick list Mies Katie Board is visiting relatives in Hardinsbur Mr Paul Compton entered Hardins burg College Monday Miss Leua Denton entered school near Leltcl fl Id last week Miss Nannie Board Is visiting Miss Lola Norton this week The heavy rains this past week has put a stop to the fa in rs plowing Young men how about the party the other night why didnt it come off Mr II McGhee of Irvington was in our vicinity last wtek selling books Mies Anna Johnson of Bewleyville is visiting u her uncle James Johnsons Mr Glng r Bandy passed down the road last Sunday enroute to Hardins burg Riv Bi ztrtb of this pace Is in a protracted meeting at thu Gros school Â¬ WE Â¬ J r - J- the constant 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 It f is - Â¬ COME IN And take a look at our Boiutiful Patterns Satteens for Spring from 10 cents up Amaranths lovely new pat- Â¬ terns prices cut to 6 cents good Valencia Jaconets widths at 10 cents up Fancy lino new prints beautiful new styles at 1 cents Percales at 5 10 12 2 and 15 cents per yard 30 inches wide Nansok8 Dimitys Lappet Mull all beautiful patterns at popular prices Beautiful line of dresslineus all fast colors lower than ever Cash and country produco taken in exchange for any of tne auovo goods uome and seo ua while the stock is all fresh and new Â¬ 1 t 1 H L STADER CLOVERPORT KY LUMBER WE Your wautscau bs supplied Prices are right r Â¬ BUGGIES chase Â¬ My Hue Is extensive Con Â¬ sult me before making a pur- Â¬ WE WAGONS Farmers you make a mistake by buying elsewhere FARMING IMPLEMENTS Â¬ w f- Can furnish anything re Â¬ quired by a farmer at exceed Â¬ ingly low figures 3 boils Mrs F M Board has been suffering for the past two weeks with a felon on WE i 1 tti R S Bandy Irvington Aisigneet Notice Ky Â¬ 1 1 her finger S ime of our biys were home sick Sua dav as they did not g tto till their ap poiutments on account of tho rain Mrs James Bruner died at her home with consumption Jan 17 She leayo a husband and two little girls to mourn her loss besides a number of friends Mis Helen Compton who has been w visiting at Mr James Comptnna ami Mr George Snyder hai gone to Lodl Â¬ Â¬ I w v ttPnwisr TiJTr TMnmnxT 1 All person havinir claim- - -t the eintool J n Heeler aitigned are herobv notified t ilrn due tho tamo before me in HardlnsLurg proptrly verified on or Lefbrs the st day of May 1 897 MATTHIAS MILLER Anltntt Notice All pa aoni bavlrg claims against Walter S Smart assigned will present thj me properly proien to I he undersigned on or before the ith day of Aprfl ifa- - atCIoverport Kv C W MOORMAN Atilgnee LiHriuiuHi j rtJJrk TTT THE BREGKBNRIDGE NEWS OLOVERPORT KY reach the goal I want each and nvery world has been making It hns gained RaTnbling Thoughts man and woman to have all this world s also tu humanity towards child lifo in nv NEMO Ino D 4 V Q EabUgt Editor tad Ftcptletn goods he or she can accumulate honeBtly economy of effort by to operation of par Â¬ Copyrighted if its multi millions Mlsa Susie Estello ent and teacher in perfection of method WEDNESDAY FM1HUAKY 21 1897 Elder read An Orginnl Story which Let us dismiss tho idea onco and for For further progress you are needul was unique Sho reads well unusually all that n school ought to bu n sort of well Misses Agues Worland and Min Â¬ brick machine to force YANK AND JOHNNY REB BRANDENBURG the children into nie Bland read interesting essays Mabel definite prearranged shapes Yet this Simmons Mlnnlo Bland Lula Bland is too often attempted and too largely A Pathetic Incident of One of the CivHeld oer frcm lait wrk Llnnlo Moreman accompanied successful Bang il War Brittle Tim result destruction of Will Howard Ih better Lgna Nevltt on the maudolln in The Individuality Not even n whisper of n wedding song that reached my heart Lena tins Kri m cxl Rt n U t Vr In a crowd no two faces nn alike Measles lias about run Its course n sweet low contralto voice and the song though William Wllkerson who was for many only tho slightest differences are lkulnh Fontaine Is up alter a si ego was out of its rangu and then she missed discoverable perhaps when Individual yinH jillerof Fny tie comity and who tho pano accompaniment The girls are organs are compared with measles Yet to suit the wns noe for hlslldelity to truth related Jesse Taylor Is visiting his aunt Mrs really too young to sing anything that shapn nud appearance ot tho faco harbors the following pathetic Incident of hero strains their voice at all Come out next and milliners go to elaborate pains and ism which hu witnessed shortly after tho Thos Hamilton battle of Richmond Ky In 180 1 Gough Orinnell has bronchial trouble Friday night Doc Giny had an original we willingly submit poem A son of my friend lion Casslus M But when It comes to tho training of tho effects of measles My friend Mrs W J Dggott of Bow tho mind And tho preparation for a suc Clay was killed in tl u fight at Rich Mr Hardaway of near Quston leyvllle has sent mo the November cessful lift though wo know tho various mond and it was my duty to visit the was a visitor here last week December and January number of Bay members of tho family are diametrically battlefield to Identify the body and take Mr J WLowls attended Circuit Court View Ma zlnes While riding Mrs It M Jolly thus opposed to each other in tastes ideas It to Ids fatht rs homo last week at Hardlnsburg remembered mo last season and invited temper disposition and intelligence yet slowly over the r cen of the battle 1 Mr Gough and Mr Nevitt wont to me to becomo nn honorary member of we qtletly surrender them to the edu heard groans which I was sure came Wolf Creek to attend tho Trent sale their iluorlsuing Bay View Circle The cational machine with possibly a slouchy from a cornfield near at hand Looking In ill trained youth or a self sufficient miss down the corn rows 1 soon d seovered Tho candidates roll in on Saturday compliment was highly appreciated Mrs Iiggott I at lint lever The griuding and forcing two wounded soldiers llig about forty night looking tho woreu for thtir jaunts these numbers sent by Mrs J K Ditto and little daughter find most silect and high class reading begins by Ihoso who Ignore completely yards apart One was a Federal and the have gone to Ohio to se her daughter In the January issue The Gospel Ac- the physiology of tno child nud witli no other was a Confederate A cannon hal cording to Art is worthy of more than knowledge of any hereditary influences had broken and terribly mangled both of Mrs Ned Keese pnesing thought and is a silent message punish in liko manner tho most differ- Â¬ the Confederates legs while tho Federal Mrs McKlnloy has her inauguration worthy ol high ministry Tho illustra- ent natures Liko the offshoots on an was shot through the body and thigh gown Tho gods be praisi d for so deI itll dying fur water I hcaiillhe tions of scriptural scenes by this gospel Espalier fruit tree every tendency tovout a consummation of Art appeal more directly to tho hu- Â¬ wards individuality is can fully trimmed Federal say just as I discovered them G II Casperke fixed a slate for the man heart and make quicker and more away by tho machine teacher In slavery His words sounded as if they came from Ho lasting impressions than spoken word coming primary early in the action a to uniformity Graduation day comes a parched mouth insists that he is a true prophet I have some wnter in my canteen Tho hand of Art has accomplished and and your son or your daughter stands up Mrs James Lowis and daughther Miss is accomplishing wonders in tho world with others all having traversed so You are welcome to a drink if youll Lula spent the past week with Mrs It moves the heart as well as the in- many pages of arithmetic so many books como here said tho Confederate who Jcso Herndon near Irvington tellect and lifts our natures to higher of Virgil and pcsslbly stumbled over had feebly raised his head from the Is tho Pons Aslnorum The Bridgo of ground to look nt his late enemy when Art to mo is spiritual Any Democrat silver or gol that will things Then the poor ho heard his pitiful cry for water throw a stone to kerp tho party from death the end by George F Pendling Ames in geometry I couldnt move to save my life b a momentoues question In the same things are flung out into the world with getting together is no Democrat at all number which Is handled in a masterly a finished education There in tho groaned the Federal as ho dropped his Mr Editor I have had several applicants for the News and our kind post- manner and which has afforded me midst of a merciless crowd with no tlmo head to tho ground while his whole mistress forwarded orders but you come much information and quieted somo to give them individual sudy they have body quivered with agony Then I beheld an act of heroism questions of questions of my own to fiud themselves and discover their Boon mind Well sullho it to say the maga Â¬ own possibilities in most painful fashion which held me spellLouud until it was Henry Cowley attended the literary subjects of interest and your hand on almost any biogra- Â¬ too lato for mo toglvo tho assisimce I society last Friday night He expressed zines teem with Mrs Piggot has my sincere thanks I phy and you will find that In many in should have rendered The Confederate himself as pleased with the Original have this to say to ray friends Mrs Pig stances the subject has been kept away lifted his head iialn and took another Story gott and Mrs Jolly I am booked for for y ars from the main purpose of life look at his wounded foe nud I saw an Brandenburg Normal Is increasing Irvington and Bewleyville in May and by Ho expression of tender pity come oyer his process this self finding daily a large interesting school but shall bo happy to meet with their gropes this way and that and is as ef-Â¬ pain distorted face as ho raid Come and make out the room for more Hold out a little longer Yank anil charmed circle and become a member fectually barred from hs real function s ssion Then tho brave I have tome most excellent interesting In tho world as the average youth In Ill try to come to jou Quit talking free silver and sound books and magazines that will be for Â¬ forced army service At fifteen or twen fellow by digging his fingers in the money and stop the extravagance of a warded to those ladies in return for their ty it is altogether too late to begin lookground aud catching hod of the corn- Â¬ nation caused by a Itepublican Congress kindness ing fur indications of the line your child stalks painfully dragged himself to the and the effects of long Itepublican rule is best fitted to follow From Its cradle Federals side tin blood from his man Not long ago a fanner who lives three onward you have been In a position to gled legs making a red trail the entire Miss Eva Ilonsluy of Hardinsburg Is a guest of Mies Lula Lewis Miss Eva miles from here came to my storo before note a hundred signs that could have distance The tears ran down my cheeks has visited here before and is much ad Â¬ breakfast and bought a bottle of Cham- Â¬ told you its mental bias But liko love liko rain and out of sjmpathy for him mired in social circles She sings beau- Â¬ berlains Cough Itumcdy Ho said their that is showered on a corpse your inter I groaned every timy he moved but 1 llttlo boy had a bad cold and as they had est Ib awaken only after tho individuali- Â¬ WPS so lost to everything except the feltifully usjd what thoyhad in the house his wife ty has been killed by violence or starved lows heroism that I did not once think I see our handsome Meade county would not let him go to plow until he by negltct of helping him Iriend Mr David Fairleigh will lend got another bottlo Tho little When the painful journey was finish Â¬ You must recognize that the magnifi- Â¬ his attractive features to represent Dan camo and Now cent battle for universal education lies ed he offered Its canteen to the Federal boy who was with him remarked iel Boone at the Poster entertainment in I will soon be well for Chamberlains been made a victory by Horaco Mann who took it and drank eagerly the wnter Louisville this week It 0 Dr Barnard and a host of leaser note In seemingly to sizzo as it ppsied down his toff medicine always cures me Mrs- - Mollio D Carrico of Hopkiiis McEuiOY Black Hawk Pa In speak this country But we are not to stop Liko parched throat Then with n deep frigh ville Is here to spend several weeks with ing of this remedy Mr McEIroy said peo- Â¬ of relief lie reached out to the Confeder her sistor Mrs Thos Hamilton Wonro ple came from far and wide to his store the traveller in a hilly region tho high ate and it was plain to am as they clasp always glad to have Mrs Carrico spend to get it and many of them would not er we climb the further we can see Re- ed hands and looked into each others linquishing then not ono particle of be her between seasons in our midst know what to do without it For sale at lief in education forall we priss for eyes that whatever of hate may have I have that kind invitation to run 23 and GO cents per bottle by A It Fish Â¬ ward to individual study of eanh rankled once in the heaits of these men down and spend a few days with Mrs II er Druggist Were you in a position to read all the had now given placo to mutual sympa V Duncan My recollections of dear old educational publications and follow tho thy and love Even while I watched Cloverport are so pleasant that I am anxTrusts and Machines speeches at the various Teachem Insti- them 1 saw tho Confederates body quiv- Â¬ ious to accept Mrs Duncans invitation New York Sun tutes and the National Educational As- er os if in a spasm of pain and when his A number of our young people attend- Â¬ sociation you would find this child head dropped to the ground I knew that The virulent warfare Fgainst the trusts ed the Bewley Iiaskett wedding and re- Â¬ Is merely a now phase of the old struggle study the burden of the exhortations to a hero had created the dark river The port a charming time The bride Miss against machinery Federal kissed tlo dead heros hand reInventions which the teacher Vina was gowned in white and carried disturbed the order of things by enabl Â¬ But I write unto you parents hiciuse peatedly and ciied like a child until I An elegant supper ing one man to do the work of ten and you are many and bcaus you are es had him removed to tint hospital where beautiful lliwera Congratulations was served make the inventor rich were fought sential to the new purpose of education he too died the next day D M Duncan not only runs a news with bitterness and even violence as Electric Bitters paper successfully but between times inhuman enemies of human labor The Between tho parents worthy of parentElectric Bitters is a medicine suited turns his attention to artistic workman- Â¬ trusts a device for industrial economy age aud the teacher mental saviour of ship in constructing aesthetic pieces of so effective as to partake of the nature of the rac a most complete and confident- for any season but perhaps more genfurniture Girls I be sure and go to see a mechanical invention bos aroused tho ial feeling of common Interest ought to erally needed when the languid exhaust Â¬ his latest design I insist that it be sent antagonism that once sought to bar the exist It would be most daring and ed feeling prevails when tho liver is tor- Â¬ to the loan exhibit progress of machinery and from the probably as incorrect as daring to assert pid and sluggish and the need of a tonic Tho commencement for the Meade nature of mans intelligence the trust that any parents are deliberately opposed aud alterative is felt A prompt use of county graduates will take place Satur- Â¬ may bo counted upon to withstand like to tho welfare of their children Your this medicine has often ax cried long and day Feb 27 An interesting program its prototype the offorts for its destruc- first interest la your child For It as perhaps fatal bilious fevi rs No medi Â¬ has been arranged by Mr W D Ash tion motl er you would even forego food need cine will act more surely in counteract Reason must supposo that tho trusts ful to yourself for it as father you ing and freeirg the system from the ma craft A piano will be on the stago InHeadache Indigestion strumental and vocal music mandolin this rt cent development of commercial work that it may be fed and clothed larial poison science and cooperation will result as This deep underlying interest of tho Constipation D zzlness yied to Electric and viplin Bitters CO and 100 pur bottle at A R Im Indebted to some kind friend who machinery has resulted in vastly in Â¬ parent in tho child must now be ap Fishers Drug Sti rn evidently reads the News for yearly creased number of laborers better paid pealed to streuously as an aid to the In your home it has shown teacher subscriptions to tho Bookman and the and more comfortable circumstanced In Memoriuin very superior and choice in other words in a greater community forth Its peculiarities when Mion you Book Buyer In loving rememheiauce of our friend of richer men entrust Itto teachers also the greater literature Oh dear old Nkws you have Tho world moves in the nineteenth number of them sincerely anxious for and neighbor Alfred llo sley son of L brought a great deal of sunshine into century as it moved in the middle ages the wofare of their charges it is your aud Margaret Horsluy was born April this household in many pli8sa Long 1830 and died of brain trouble Jan place to give the teacher for tho good of 23d may jou live and flourish HO 1897 He was marriul to Louisa your child the total of insight you have PERSIMMON FLAT I notice one of ourBrandenburg boys Thornhill March 7 18S0 Thero were gained In school thrown in with othin the forties Is a new Richmond in the born to them IWu children f jiirof whom field for the appolntmeut of Collector in Steward Weathorholt is on the sick er children and compelled to struggle in are still living He lived a consistent a little world further peculiarities will the Fifth District of Kentucky He Is list life was a thoughtful and du i show forth Those the teacher in confi christian none other than J Stanley Brown whom of Albert Carlton Born to the wife ful sou a loving huiband a kind fthor dential relations with you ought to diwe all remember very kindly Stauley Feb 12 a girl friend upright and vulge so that together you may discuss a loyal citlztn and made a fight for 8herman against Harrihonorable in all things Hi- - commanded Republicans here seem to ba inaniftB son in 18S8 and upon this be bases his ing considerable interest in the approach- Â¬ the hist way to train and control the the love and r gpct f all who knew little restless being with such fattful To the victor belong the spoils claim was ouly sick n few days al Â¬ ing primary possibilities within it In its course up- Â¬ him He Bliould have Shermans support Stanley ways of a quiet aud uncomplaining d sp R S Carter purchased several head of ward through tho various grades each Why have the ministers and press of catte and sheep at the sale of Austin teacher Bhould give the next one all the sltlou He was almost unconscious lie New York City the right to criticise the Beavin deceased fore his nearest neighbors knew that he knowledge so far gained of the child Bradley Martin ball Why hadnt Mrs All was done for him that was Bick The roads in this section are in a fear- Â¬ and thus until graduatoi Bradley Martin a perfect right to give medical skill and loving h uul t c mid d and in some places the God had need of him and s lid Coinu an elegant ball If she chose The mag ful condition Think ovor this outline for a while but mud Is several feet deep nificence and display put money into the up higher It huhim hint t think he and see how much of gain thore is in- Â¬ Mr Henry Sibert of Morqua III who pockets of thousands as well as affording must be taken fom his loving wif and volved in It It will mean fewer cruel leave them to b ttte alonu pleasure To as many This Is a free coun- Â¬ has been visiting relatives here for some attempstotlt Fquaro pegs into rouud little ones andmuch need time returned home last week Â¬ try Let people choose their own enjoy him His llrot when they bo fower high spirited children holes Miss Mattle Mattingly ot Ball town ment had always been for their we tamod down at the sacrifice of their in- thoueht fare and happiness But God saw best Last Saturday was bright crisp and Ky Is visiting relatives hero dividuality fewer sullen natures nagged to call him from this earthly homo to Miss Ellu Mattingly Cloverport who at like which drow a largo crowd to spring unil a smoldering fire of resentment the fashionable rt sorts on Main street has been visiting frlonds here returned burns out all that is beautiful and pocsl dwell with illm in hiaei ami wo must A conspicloua absence of wraps display Â¬ home lastweelt accompanied by Mlai bio in a sturdy nature fewer shrinking bo submissive to His will And while we miss him and grlevo for him we do ed some fetching costume arraying Lucy Johnson little hearts terrified iuto perpetual ner Â¬ not grieve as those who have no hope stylish forms Then it was a day set apart Farmers are only waiting for the bright vousness It will meau that more of our for choosing ones valentine which served spring days to open and they will begin national hopes will step upward from for we have tho bltssed assurance of a as an additional attraction The corner turning tho soil for another crop And school Into definite lines of work or pro- happy reunion on the resurrection morn Fjrawtll fWemls yet noi Cireve I drug storo was the emporium where I presumo there willnptba so much to- fession for which they are fitted rather Where I am je lot iha ldwe1 gay belles and dashing beaux assembled bacco planted as am delighted than downward ns now Into a bewild Â¬ I am gone bCirc joui tee to choose and send surreptiuously the to learn that for the prices have beon so ered thundering struggle Because you A moment time a Utile space The low that the averageTfarmer cannot pay have been subjected to all that was ill When ye come where I havoaleprwi Any Answer Heaita know V will wonder why ye wept answer usually comes not far remote the interest that Is cumulating upon his advised and imperfect in your upbring- Â¬ Ye will know by wise love taught Â¬ farm ing or because you have found your The literary of the Brandenburg NorThat litre l all aril there li naught a ilf and come successfully upward it is mal was quite interesting in several par- Â¬ A Kill KM Buoklen8 Arnica Salve surely not within your heart to say Let ticulars The debate Shall the wealth Tine Best Salvk in the world for Cuts other be treated aa I have been That dreadful cold that fearful cough The was of Individuals be limited bylaw a danger slgual It is rapplug the vihandled by the affirmative Messrs Yates Bruises Sores Ulcere Salt Itheum Fe- Â¬ world moves my beloved Go back to and Spalding The negative Messrs ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ your childhood and starting from that tality from your lungs To day a bottlo will euro ltf Nail aud Bondurant The affirmative blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions point trace some of the advancement In of Dr Bells got the decision from the three judges aud poatively cures Piles or no pay re- Implements In home comforts in build to morrow It may lake two this remedy Had I a voice the negative would have quired It la guaranteed to give perfect lugs and other things that have como will cure a deep seated cole or a serious Those cjugh but if you let it run much longe been honored every time Let every sitisfactlon or money refunded Price under your own notice Good man make and have all he can It takes 25 cents per box For Sale uy A It things that you can see and handle are a doctor or an undertaker may 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quick er than by rail Traveler will find the ttearoert are In equipment and accommodation The beit culinary ire erupjoyed at cookt snd tie menu It equal to that of the but ho tell 170 a cl ITS 4th Avenue General office Loultvllle 4 RATES ThmortntiiiloctUd -- y Â¬ y DtlKNNY Sunt WW1IITX Vret LJ IQMNSON 725SE loillSVlLL Ky iiiiiT IwHHsliHlHiHIsiiHsflslissHHslHsMsHislsHsHiHHiHH i ii i i mmmmtfim n jmHrnmHStTr 1 nam r n ariUsJaMfadBaUBJSsl3sBSSMSSSsMEsMM THR BRfiiGKRNRIDGR NRWS OLOYRRPOET 8888888 KY rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CcrMiiniiT 1886 m By Martha McCulloch Williams 5 Uy Tint Author CHAPTEK XI At Monday nlKlits Htipper tnblo Mrs Sou If you liuvo Tnlltot said to Tuck not m ado other plnns will you ko with inc tonight to church Jnok said ninUtiB With plcnsurr a great mlo over tho hnit of hid coflio You surely dont think I prefer any bodys company to yours luitimuy How shall wo ro on horseback Mre TalYes thnt will ho licet bot said smiling fondly on tier hoy hut masked it Jack uuido a Krii111 with n prctonsn of swallowiiiK awry UN inotliers simple wiles wero plain to him Sho meant to o by Mr Win folds phicn and iniiko Miss Alico hear them company- - To object win for him out of this question and thus hu would teem to keep on with what ho could not deny went far to justify Itnb in tlm way Mio was Ulmvlns toward that con founded old fool Hen Topmark This bo it understood is an exact quotation from youtiK Mr Talbots men tal phraseology Though ho had been in a fever over sinco tho night before a glimmer of light mid common senso had pierced his love olouded understanding Hob was all ho had belioved her There was cortninly something more than girl ish coquotry back of her seeming transformation Even iu her fanltH sho was Ho would go to her faeo tho noble thing out and not lcavo her until he had got to tho bottom of it Cerintha Not at once of course Iaynowas thcro for tho meeting which might last two weeks and was cei tain to hold for one But until ho could thus rco her ho would tako caro so to act that sho should not bo ublo again to lling Miss Winfold iu his teeth After all it was no moro unreasonable that sho should feel aggrieved by his devo tion to the neighborhood paragon than that ho should grow furious over sceiig her tho object of Mr Topmarks devo tion though sho must know how little She had a freo agent her lover wn laughed with him times without num ber over his compulsory gallantry but that was before What if sho had found out that sho really did caro and was thus cxigciut becauso of tho knowl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tako her though If you didnt 1 dont sho went on know what I should do You know in her most confiding tono now vim gnu is i niude linfle to say 4iu mi Â¬ NI g it tcrbc lm admitted with au tilr of tho most Vhy look at iidmirablo candor youl Youro or rcgltr old nobody Youd never havo u beau cf it want fir Miz Talbot An Hiiros Hob Mc Gregor witli Uno Hen nil all of cm V harm Im wild Ivo jst Â¬ jest crazy Ninesv you nro tho cray one Do dont talk so Miss Winfold implored but Jacks laugh drownid ler supplica tion ho said I dont bhimoyou Nina reining his horso beside hers Lets begin being wild right now and rido ti Our elders and betters race toehuicli can keep each other tompuny and it is timu wo young people had a show Ninesyl You Oh you mustnt like Youll git It trace Ynu se Im tryii ter make it give an lake letwien us Onu er theso days in shcrt Ill bo nskin you fer romothiii soiiiclhln I wniit the wust Iu the world o yon nro not gonerotis Oh hoi Hob had said tally want to trade laughing more tlui ivcr Much as tho man repelled her tl eio was a certain intuxiottiuu in tlic fiiro of power over him Uesldi s she wat very human and fallible thH poor Hob Socially she owed Mrs Winfold a long long score It whs ii I stri ij el t s n felt a sort of half clllu delight m I f oilug and mak ing a mock of ii a Winfolds brother in that good ladys the man of eyes Then d o tho man liiuiself was so crassly idiot ict ho hail no right to consideration when in every action ho invited ineelceiy Thcro was no danger f hint to might savo his vanity for In tho hur ness of youth which tolerates no falling below its Ideals Hob had instantly decided that a man so roady to bo consoh d could not possibly havo a Â¬ Al jpt what yon er el o Ill break er ici shant first Sho Ml s Winfold began might as well havo speken to the wind edge There was comfort untold iu tho Yes ho would Iw careful thought show himself as friendly and kind as of dd until Hob was onco more solitary at Kovroe Though widow iri did strike a trimcudous gait iu the lovemakiug lie had nut much fear that this paiticu larly tormenting widow ir could carry oiT Hob under Ins eyes in the spaco of olio levivnl Jrhnps the man ruilly meant lift I mg minus it might bo ho had chiisi u Hi b in the giddines of a llrpt emaiCiutnu lit witilcl let his vagrant fancy rauue to some one more suitable w In u it miuo tu n nou thought of matrimony Therefore it was trd Iv irritating to find himself again onustraimd to stem to do the thing lie had ow id to have undone Hut it was nc t worth while to growl and look black ovtr it when he knew so well the dear mother had his Inst good so at heart When they wero itouutiil and riding away lie talked to her gayly of the things ho knew sho best liked to hear lie could mid would give her new frocks and china mid paint tho house anew hu said now that tho worrying debts wero so near dono with Tho twins Frank and Hilly should liavo a colh go courso too He might oven hope next year to take his mother upon tho tour they had so often planned among tho Virginia kinfolk whom ho had never seen Them Mrs Talbot stopped him say ing half shyly Maybe you will mako it u bridal tour son You are tho best son any mother ever hud but becauso of that wo must not bcseliish and never let you think of anything of your own You are L quite old enough to marry Indeed my dearest wish is to sco you married well I could not marry a woman less a Tuck said lady than my dear mother touching her freo hand lightly and if I get one who is as much a lady I must marry well Hut mother dearest please remember I could not bo happy with au angel if I did not love her with all my heart1 I never saw an angel but am snro I dont want ono for my daughter Mrs Talbot said smiling demurely All I ask is that your wife shall bo sweet tempered and n woman of stcrliuj character and good sense Which her namo it is Winfold Jack paid lightly try Eh mammy iug to fetch n compass to his point of objection Mrs Talbot sat straighter in her saddle hho nuiil ns Jack how can you near to stern reproof as sho could possibly pitch her gentlo voice Alico Js I admit very near my ideal I never saw her equal anywhere Hut dear me to think of your taking mo up tiiatwayl If sho know it it would half kill her Hho is so modest and tlolicato sho would never bo seen in company with any Tal bot again Heg pardon hers and yours Jack paid contritely It was awfully liko Teddy Uitrtou that speech of miiio Hut I aint quite Borry I made it for mum my dear Ivo hud n sneaking notion you did want Miss Alico for a daughter Im ever bo glad to havo found out my mistuku I havo not said you woro mistaken sou Mrs Talbot answered and in spito of tho dusk Jack saw that her fuco grow pink Hut I lovo the dear child too well to insult her dolicaoy by speak ing ns if well ns if sho was only wait ing to bo asked I do feel toward her very much as toward u girl of my own Kho is bo sweet auil mild bo unlike ninny girls for instance that poor wild child nt Hoscoo Lets not speak of Iter if you please mammy They Jack said quickly woro by this ubreust of tho Winfold guto Jack Ilung it wide and his mother rodo IhroBfih but before sho had got half wny to tho inuer gate hoofs came to wurd them and Kiua called through tho dusk Hcro we aro Mlz Tulbot au hero yofitarc at Instl Im so chid of it I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oil do iituh Kincsyl Miss Win Â¬ fold jHiphn J iiduil know how to wanttr ihtt CHAPTER XII Preaching at early candlolight tho presiding elder had said iu giving out tho erdcr rf services ut tho close of his Suiiduy sermon hut it wus fur past tho early dusk before a single minister came There were tlueo besides Brother Walton Brother Green Bethels incumbent a poor speaker but powerful iu prayer mid uucqualed in pastoral labors was not expected to pteach niuuy times The visitors would do that Still it was iu him that tho devout founded their hopo for n season of refreshing Wlierever ho had been sent therotoforo revivals had followed his ministry tho hopeful took heart tho discouraged lift- Id tho lieiul and oven tho sinners nvoyf ed that Brother Green beyond all qtbifp brought homo to them their lost cdfpf yut gnvu no olTeuso in tho bringing Niceties of doctrine you seo wero loft out of revival preaching Instead thcro was Jesus Christ and him cruel fled the uusearchablo riches of his love tho iiielluhlu pathos of his nil sufficient s ucriilee The heart not tho head was tho point of ut tuck except on Sunday morning when the presiding elder preached A tall man shrewd kindly clear headed enough to rule a stutn and full enough of lovo to God mid man to bend every energy to their reconcile ment ho had rised tho standard of tho cross ns becuiuo u lender in tho church militant then gouo his wny to other fields recuru thnt it would bo Htrcnuous ly upheld For besides Brother Green nnd young Brother Walton there wns Hrotlur Milliken tho local licentiate Ho wus old so old ho bent under his lie hcanl that uhlvh made M teeth ect an elephant now I Oh they do look so weight of years yet still so full of zeal good humored and big yet people say nnd II ro ho carried his listeners nlong theres no counting on them Is it that with him Almost wholly unlettered way with you Mr Topmark I moan lie hud yet u rndo and simple dignity a nru you most dangerous when you look most innocent If you are well I hud NASAL better begin to say my prayers OATARRH You air You air tho dnngnus ono It a Mr Topmark had said dropping that LOCAL DISEASE J lllkf rfulUffoU still farther behind tho other two Lord lovo you Miss Hob I aint got -CsWWlSVJ Mil niJJrn cllinjtli wii nrini no notion or spilln tho preacher fellers Thii remedy dart no t rido I wont lay mire straw in Ills way cntali mere ry or any I know how it is mysof mi ef I didnt other Injur iou drugs Id do jest anything in tho world you ELYS mid I iiiuh Try mo now uu sco of I CREAM BALM Wont wr on Tako carol Hob had answered nit nil UTAn Or luCcicintAlUyi Naul I am n with a little reckless laugh mighty no hand to bargain when its Iilnaia InlUnution Dealt tnd Iroleamho Mem for somebody else If you mean what bran from ColJ Itnioret lU Krnie of Tun and Smell Ii quickly iktoibcd ftivci relief al once yon say it may cost you soiiifithing ou may tuko joccntt at Drutfuti or by mall uairJct lO ccoti Hut I bear n conscience by mall bock your word if you ihooio KLV llit01IIEIIS6 Warren Street Kew VorV I Mr Toumark had Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ time Sho felt iqually tho indignity of having been kept in tho place of a small girl after sho was a ery big one and tho intoxication of having Jack Willi u for Jilt own special gallant gurgling triumphant giggle she set her liorsoolT at a gallop J ick keeping well beside her leaned acioss and caught her reins You hold on Ill keep him in tho ho said noting how Nina wab road bled in her seat Ho did not mind leav ing the others behind It could not bo very far His mother lodo as light nnd free as upon hi r wedding day and as to Miss Winfold truth is ho did not much earn if tho pace he set did rufllo both her temper mid her uuruflleablo locks He was so hint so full of doubt that was torture any sort of fooling was relief It was more than impossi ble he felt to endure quietly the painful perfection that so beet his path So ho kept the horses remorselessly to their sweeping gallop until they came to tho foot of tho hill whoso top was crowned with Uctliel church There as ho halted for tho others to cotno up with him ho saw and heard that which uittdo his teetii set his nulls clinch till they dug into the palm It was a mighty inoffensivo sight withal merely four riders soberly pacing along the dusty highway going two and two and evidently so wrapped iu dis course witli one another they hud no thought for tho re t of tho world Cerintha Payne and her minister came lirt Ten yards back of them sitting a light as thistle down upon Mrs Paynes ambling man Hob rode with Mr Tepmark nt her elbow tho very moral ef sunny content How was Jack to comprehend that the collocation wa so far as it concerned Hob wholly acci dental She had set out m company ou ly of Oriutha and Ccrinthas lover meaning to keep herself wholly and amiably in the background The three had encountered Mr Topmark some little way Leyond his own gate and it was the most natural and neighborly thing in tho world for him to bear them company tho rest of tho wuy It Hob had but known it tho encoun ter was not nearly fo accidental ns it Though after his cavalier dislooked missal Mr Topmark had not dared to seek Hobs society outright by cunning questioning of mich black folk as camo from Hoscoo to tho storo that day ho had found out her pnrposo of going to church and had plotted to join her Tilings hail fallen out to n nicety as ho had planned Hu had disarmed suspicion ho felt by his well acted Kurprifii over tho sight of Miss Payno and his feint of wishing to ridu besido her Mr Topmark huvo yon no con science whatever Hob hud snid over that pretending to whisper but witli mi arch ghuee at Cerintha and tho minister Thats worso than playing dog iu the manger If that is your game just wait till wo get past yon Then you can come along by yoursolf though if you can behave liko n Christian wo shall be glad of your company Ill bo good bettern iihimb ef you say so Mr Topmark lud returned Hob had laughed smiling fatuously outright Dont you think you nron triflo ma turo fur n lamb sho had asked rather homy and woolly If you had said Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Niuawns riding alone for almost tho Â¬ heart Ihavo not tho least scruplo left now that I know you aro bargaining You shall swear to do as I bid without knowing in tho least what you are swearing to Anything whatever unless its ter keep erway from you Mr Topmark had said gallantly and again Hob had laughed out light us sho said with a pout that took all sting from tho words Thnt was ono of tho things As you bar it I must mako tho other ono harder Im yours ter command the wid ower had returned trying to tako her hand Shu had snatched it awe buy ing us she drew to tho other side of the road Oh you have got to givo brother Walton n new horse bridle and Fad die tho day ho marries Cennthii Agreed agieed Mr Topmark had I like ter hear tell of nlmost shouted widdliiV I do now fer true Ill do that uu mo Ill iugago thu brother tor many us uu givo him rr hundred dol lars cih fer tho job An whats mo you shall huvo thu finest horso in the state ter make up fer losin Houuybel But how camo you to Thank yon Hob inked with know I hud lost her n kien look I charged Undo Allen not to tell nnd ho is thu only onu be sides myself that knows she nnd her colt were stolen fiom tho pasturo What Topmark might hau answered sho was distinid not to know Her questioning was cut short in the most surprising fuhiou Jack iu wait at the roadside had caught Topmark s last speech and reined in his own horse so sharply the beast reared n trine Mr Topmark rode at him saying as lie laid a hand on the creatures neck Hello Jack Whars the rest er the famly Hob knew then ho must havo overheard mid she grew cold nnd sick iu tho knowledge though underneath her qualms there was a strain of burning triumph iu tho thought that ho was sulTcriug oven as sho had been made to sutler But tho mood passed quickly By tho time she was seated in tlm amen corner whenco Cerintha could look un distuibul nt her idol iu tho pulpit sho was as miserable u woman ns over lifted desperate eye t u heaven blind and dumb Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ seerefsho had continued You ought to havo kept that part sincere ifoqaeure tflnt put tne often tu the blush nnd mndo their studied art s em poor and menu As tho ministers cumo iu eucli mndo his wny to tho Ligh box pulpit knelt u minute iu silent prayir thru rose to sit besido his Itrellm n Brother Walton wns to preach and expectation was on edge since it had been brultd about thnt he wns not less eloquent than tho famous Muftlt of whom tho elder mem bers had many ineniorics Brother Wal ton wns young uy young for his 27 yenrs His eyes wero childliko In their limpid brilliance There wus suggestion of infancy too in his curling silken hnir clipped rls to tho head nnd tho flickering lose of his cheek Out of tho pulpit ho wus but a quiet well bred gtuiJcmnn singularly refined iu speech mid ncceut to whom wandering dogs cumo of their own uceord nnd frightened children clung if by cliauco ho hold out n hand tu them But iu the pulpit Wnluut Creok had heard what Mil rid it to tho liveliest curiosity concerning him Yet Tcdly Bar ton said to Jack Tnlbot as they sat side by sido I luy yes nnj thing you got tho uiiu ter mime olo Hrer Milliken cnu tin one hand behind him an knock the socks oflen thisyero new fellow Ho ulut no slouch olo Brer Millikni Why sometimes wheu I been listenin bout er hour ter hiui preachiu crbout tlmr shall bo no night thur neither any mo weopin an tho Lamb er God wip in erwny nil tenrs ftoui er fellers eyes why Im givin you straight goods when I tell you Ivo most felt liko I wnntcd ter go ter henven nysof Jack said That was wondeiful wearily with a touch of scorn underneath As Teddy made to speak again tho other silenced him with un Imperative look Tho opening hymn bad been sung Brother Oresn hud prayed with Now Biother fervor beyond common Wulton stood facing the congregation his eyes shining with iiicflablo fire Ho hold neither Biblouor hymnbook Without preface ho begun to lepent tho Twenty third Psalm and Jack heard nothing more witli any fciiso of comprehension It nil cumo back to him tho old happy days Rob iu her little chair nt his feet repeating after him the inspired words He shot n glaiico nt her ncrosH tho dim lit breadth of tho house then droppod his hend upon tho bnck of tho bench in front of him uuablo longer to endure othr gazo My youto hit early but then I sorter rockon you letii under somethin liko conviction ecr since yistiddy Teddy said in n torturing whisper Jack did not raiso his head but closed his hand over that cf his tormentor iu a giip so fierce and full of meaning as to siloicu oven Teddy tho iircpiesible though he wns aching to udd Bo John Browned if ever I thought of olo Top knot ns or holy missionary but ef Jack Talbot gits nny leligion this whet I jest know it oughtur bo set ter tho credit of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE MISSING WORD w arc pleased to make an entirely new olTcr to our subscribers which 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CANNELTON J H Hunsche THE SUN Â¬ The First of American Newspapers CHARLES A DANA Editor Â¬ is wyl Â¬ CATARRH rnvrnriB LOt -- nm Nicknames of Railroads Louisville HenderonSl Louis HyCo The nomenclature ot the railways iB olten as unqie and interesting as nru the trade marks Whenever it is poBsiblo to abbreviate the full title of a IuUliiir Effect railroad the great public eagerly avails At 600 oclck A U Snndaj Dec 27 1896 itself of the shortist phrases Nobody now thinks of culling the New York Wf Bound Train Sal Hound Train Chicago and St Louis Railroad anj thing 41 ii buttfye Nickel Plate and few persons Mail A Mull wlitfspoairpf the Big Four system Kxprs Kxprs STATIONS Kxpri Kxpr know that the lianui of that sjbtem is Pally Dilly Dally Dslly 630m gttlam IvUan pUar 1245pm 7 Mnn Cleveland Citcinini Chicago and St 6 45 812 Kentucky bt 12 30 713 Louis 7 25 8 45 Wet Point 1165am 7 C4 8 44 1152 Howard 711 The name of Nickel Plate as applied to TiH 7 37 8 50 Willowdale 1141 63 7 41 UIM Hock Haven a railroad originated in tills way 1137 6 47 Cal 6 41 IonKllranch 1130 70 UU1 vin S Brice and associates built a road 910 75 llrandenburg 1122 63 8 04 1113 Kkron HU 6fci paralleling thu Luke Shore and practift JS 11 CI 9 33 810 Uuaton 8 21 A IU Irving ton cally put it up in the ma ktt for sale 1065 941 Web ler 1041 S57 82 9 48 As Jay Gould seemed to be nibbling dt I oJlbiuK 8 40 10 37 b 49 96 847 10W 10W 6 42 licrce it William 11 Vanderbilt concluded 8 52 10 u7 10 21 Simple 57 9 0J 101 10 15 Stepkenaport that lie woud better buy it for tho pro 519 04 1020 10 M Addison 5 25 lection of his Lake Shore interests He 9 07 9 1022 10 05 Holt 5 23 10 31 9 20 Cloverpnrt 9 62 511 asked thu piicosnd Mr Ilriee nnd asso- Â¬ 921 10 18 9 4S Shops Sd 9 33 ciates put their figures to high that Mr 93 Sklllman 4 57 loll 9 45 1059 4 47 9 ill lluwesville Vundeibill petulantly remarked That 1107 951 918 lctrie Hi 1113 4 31 958 912 falcon road must be nickel plated And the 10 08 1122 I cwipoit 9 02 40 line has been known us tho Nckel Piate 1015 1129 8 65 Wallman 4 1J 10 25 4 10 8 46 Towers 1U8 everBlnce Before the alsirptiou of the 10 38 IUJ 1atcl 2 59 iH 10 48 8 25 1159im Owcmboto 3 49 HulUlo and Southwestern that line was 110 liilpm Mattlnirly 813 3S commonly known as the Brandy and 1105 1210 Griflith 3311 818 1103 1220 Stanley 8 04 33 Soda The St Louis Southwestern is 1115 12 20 Worthlngton 7 68 3 21 Heads 751 310 known as the Cotton Belt thu L uls 1123 1231 1131pm 12 41 7 43 Snottsvillc 310 it a 1 ttt ville New Albany and Chicago ns the U38prr 12 48 I 7 36 3TI 1165pm 0nmlar llrndern ly 730am JtOiE Motion the Columbus Hocking Val ley and Toledo as the Buckeye Route and the Pennsylvania lines as the L H St L Ry Branch Priisy Tho American Constitution the American Idea tho American Spirit These first last and all the time TIME SCHEDULE lto 3 forever Dally by mail - IND Daily and Sunday by mail - 6 a year 8 a year IjOrjISVILLE with shippers nam KY Feb 1 1897 The Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world Price 5c a copy By mail Ail ilrem Medlnm Creamery Fresh Sblppen should mark all paektgei plainly and poit oQos address BUTTER Choloe oountry 13 U 8 17 JCUUb 10 20 12 40 2 a year TIICSUN Now York Â¬ FKATllKUd Prime white goes Mixed Old Mo 1 duok POULT IVS liens per lb Spring Chickens per dui Ducks per lb leese per do POTATOES Irlib per barrel New La Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 5 ctj higher Nary Iloans per bushel HOOTS J5 IS Q 41 3C o GREGORY Wharfmaslers CLOVERPORT Local Agents fe GO Ji fih 14 7 00 0 7 Steamboat Agents KENTUCKYV 4 7505 78 00 Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company 75 I 5U 76 1 00 3 00 1 00 25 110 Qlmeng Senlca tinske Yellow Wild dinger Lady Slipper J ay Apple Wood 17 rink M ft 1 0 3l 00 21 Doore 6ash Winds Yellow Kne Floor lng and Colling Weather Boarding ShinRlea Bait Lime Cement LatliB Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks tc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Bulldlno Material Fotfle DEO TIME TABLE No 9 Cold and Grippe Cure TAKING EFFECT 22 195 Train Daily ex San No t Dr MtndeulialPa Cold and Grippe Cure is guaranteed to cure Colds La Grippe Headache Neuralgia Aching Feverish Conditions Prostration etc For the Cough take Dr MendenhallH O ugh and Consumption Cure West Hound Trains Halt Hound I Dally Ually I Daily I ea bun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun Nu6 Nn 1 No i 11 12 FIEID SHEDS Timothy per Wuibolr Clover per buibtlRTi Crimson Clorerj peflbuihsl MeJ Top pej bnihelS Orebard Orssi per bushel lime urass unoy p r bushel Dlue Qrasi extra per bushel Onion Fell Yellow per bushel White Green food 110 4 40 3 00 The well known Brands of v 10am 1150 06pm Iv Irvlnston At Garfield Junction Hardlniburi1 Junction Kirk 9 20am HIDES 10 XO 1212 llarncd 810 60 7 40 7 30 7 Uf2 12 33 1268 715 TOO Dry flint good Sheep iklci Grease fin Durry Drj Salt rood WOOL til tan IJ rftl 11 nLnll wont thud Notice Why buy inferior or doubtful brandy wheu Durcha Pure Apple can be had so conveniently aud so cheap Y Send 0 0 1 Price 2 00 per gallon jug iucluded W L IJimcii Rhoddla Ky 2 20 2 30 2 42 110 128 135 165 trPalliRoughlv ltuth Aakius Oaks Mltcbil AtKordiTillsLv Dempiter Rockvale Glendcane Dempster Jolly 650 6 30 6 20 6 00 6 37 5 27 5 18 Tab waintd 11 filoliCT ME jVWc Trt Vvfw my 264 S09 3 20 8 40pm 608 im 4 it Jfam and Cots MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum MoIum 5M Barry 8 ffl 10 LUZZIZ M Si 41 ItZlO MP--- r t Awnrdcd THR BRRGKEINRIDGR Highest Honors Worlds Fnlr E53L- - Garden Bceds Gregory Gilson New line of pipes Gregory A Gibson All millinery at cost Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ can ca Roy Heyser went to Oweiisboio terday If you want soup sen us Gregory A The Recent Re7ivnl Â¬ Gibson New New Orleans niolasm s nt Gregory r BAIlMi MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free roni Ammonia Alum or any other a dulterant 40 Years the Standard 1 Breckenridge f News 24 1897 m WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY LOCAL BREVITIES Garden seeds Sulzers Mlsa Ajinio Bartlesis sick Delph drapery Sulz irs Now wall paper atT F Sawyers Sites Nellie Gregory is very sick Republican primary next Saturday Pretty line of lace curtains just In days irerelatt wpk Seed genuine northern potatutfr union seta now at Sulzera All travelers that havo the extra price now ride in the parlor cars W Si Bowmor and Jos R Sklllraan Wdiit to Owensboro Monday Fresh ojsters for sale cheaper than over known before Martins Geo Bentley and son Georgp Hawes ville were in the city last week D II Severs claim agent of the Texas was in the city Saturday Garden seed and garden tools now ready for your selection Snlzers Fancy blue grass for lawns and north- Â¬ ern beach seed oats geuuine Sulzera Rey Donald M Grant will preach at -- yours let us frame it Sulzers Tillman Pauley is confined to his bed with measles Good wall paper 2J cents single roll T F Sawyer Mr Friels of Victoria went to Owens boro yesterday Eugene Ilaynes returned from Irving ton yesterday James Jolly Hardinsburg was in to vu Saturday Dennio Flood of Hardlneburg was in the city Saturday Win Hall Jr Webster spent a few Sulz rs 1 hat picture of Gustou next Sunday morning and even- Â¬ ing Politics seemed to be the topic of every conversation on the streets Satur- Â¬ day VMrf Syrena Jarrett of Stephensport is Visiting her sister Mrs Ruseau Wil- Â¬ liams Guy E Burch Republican candidate for the Legislature was in the city last week pWrs Alorso Fallon who has been quite ill for sometime is now improving rapidly Drug medicines and other goods sold at Martins for rock bottom prices Come and see Walter May went to Louisville last week to ho with his relatives Mr and Mrs Charles Mook Have your prescriptions compounded by Charles C Martin Practical Pre- Â¬ scription Druggist Dp Milton Board and Sheriff Silas Pate of Hardinsburg were in the city Friday on business Z J Cottrollol Louisville is here visiting his daughter Miss Florence who is with her aunt Mrs G W Stiort Jesse W Owen with the well known Co Louisfirm of IVaslee Gaulbert ville arrived in the city Monday Do you want a permanent position If bo write to The with good pay Hawks Nursery Co Rochester N Y Amel Nolle who has been in Louis vflle for two weeks arrived home yester Â¬ day evening aud reports an excellent trip JyJohn Haswell editor of the Hardins Hmrg Leader was among the boys laBt Thursday He is a candidate for repre- Â¬ sentative John Cook Democratic candidate for jailer subject to the Convention was here yesterday getting acquainted with the boys Aunt Sallie Miller who has been in Stephensport for quite a while with her relatives returned home last week She is nearly 89 years old an Inter t- - In this issue is contributed IgstitJg article from thepen of Miss Mary EAllen an estimable young lady to well known in this city There will bo prayer meeting at the Elm street Methodist church Thursday evening at 7 oclock and preaching Sunday morning and evening A Nkwh representative was In Cannel ton Thursday from the appearand of things down there it looks like confidence has been fully restored George W Keith and daughter Dolly Sunday to came up from Bpottsyllle visit his brother J E Keith Dolly will remain and enter school here J W Beauchamp Irvington candi Â¬ date for jailer subject to the action of the Democratic convention was here last week He says he is right in the race UrtiortA Ilaynee of this city who have been conducting a drug store at latesvillo for sometime haye sold out toForrett Gordon and Frank Haynes Charlie Cottrell and his beautiful little daughter Mils Ghrltine arrived Sun Â¬ day evening from RuMeviH to he with hia sister Mm GW Short They re- Â¬ turned home yeeteriky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ h 1 a f V m f Gibsons Dudley Miller Jollys Station was in the city Monday Tarn OShantors worth 75 centc now CO cents Mrs II V Duncan The store front of 0 C Martins has been given a new coat of paint Mies Maggie Lewis Holt is visiting her friend Miss Winnie Wendelkiu Walking hatf sailors and a beautiful line of trimmed lints at coat Mrs II V Duncan Ribbons ribbons fancy or plain go Â¬ ing at cost for tho next 50 elajs at Mrs II V Duncans jTie Tuesday afternoon club met with Miss Georgia White and were hand Â¬ somely entertained Mifs Alice Mattlngly left this morn ing to spend a few days with Miss Maggie Carter at Irvington The Hancock Clarion is looked for every Saturday with eagerness by a certain young lady of this city Miss Mary Conner of Rockport ia in the city the guest of her parents Sre will be licru about two weeks Miss Llllie Lewis after a pleacant visit to her cousin Miss Florence Lewis lias returned to her home in Hardinsburg Dr J C Bush has taken into hisofllco a new partner and the style of the Arm will hereafter bo known fas Dr J C Bush A Son The Junior member of the firm arrived tho latter part of lost week The postmasters election which takes pace here next Saturday Feb 27 prom Â¬ ises to be quite an interesting one and the respective candidates for the office can be seen daily interviewing tho vo- Â¬ ters Mils Bettie Bowtner after an extended visit in Ohio arrived home Monday night Sliu-r-met in Ixjulsvillu by her sister Miss Margaret vh had been there for a week with relatives Bud friends D M Duncan the hustling newspaper publisher of Brandenburg caino down Saturday remaining until Sunday morn- Â¬ ing with his parents Mr and Mrs II V Ho cant stay away longer Duncan than ten hours II Sheldon Jarvis tobarconist of Henderson spent Monday in the city with J D Broshear Mr Jarvis has made arrangements to purchase certain Courtney V grades of tobacco here Duncan is his buyer William Witt and wife after an ab Bbtice of over a year came homo last Thursday from Parkersburg W Va where they havo been visiting their daughter Mrs Waymlre She accom- Â¬ panied them home Edward infant son of Mr and Mrs Thos B Kane died at their home in Louisville Sunday Feb 21st age two The remains were brought months here Monday and interred in the Clov erport cemetery yesterday The meeting which has been In progress at the Baptist church for tne pat four weeks closed last Sunday night There were about thirty conversions and several additions to the church All tho churches were much revived and bene- Â¬ fitted Mr Jno Tell City News sajs Krelsle of ttie Tell City Planing Mill was at Cloverport Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday and bought 100000 ft of tho finest popular lumber over brought to this city The lumber is all well seasoned1 Mr R K Smith of the American To- Â¬ bacco Co at Louisville was asked to give 10 toward tbo building fund of the Presbjterian church at Cloverport In reply he said ho had long since intend ed helping in this work and enclosed his check for 50 You have an op- Â¬ portunity to do the same Rev E L Wanon D D of Louisville will prach at the Presbyterian church Friday night at 730 at which time those desiring to unite with the church will be received The Bacraments of baptism and the Lords Supper will be administered It is hoped that all the members and friends will bo present P Schlemmer of Cannelton Ind representing the Prudential Insurance Co of Newark is in the city and will re Â¬ main the balance of the week to tell you some of the advantages in taking Insurance with him The amount of money foolishly thrown away every day will carry a good sizi policy on your life Consult him Mr R Redman brothor of Mrs W O Allen of this city who died some weeks at his homo in ago of consumption Glendale held a policy in the Pruden- Â¬ tial Insurance Co of Newark the num- Â¬ ber of which was 8450530 he paying at the rate of lOcents per week He took out the insurance in 1895 making about 1020 paid in Mr P Schlemmer of Cannelton Iud who is agent for the company was in the city yesterday to adjust tho claim which was 101 50 Dr J O Bush who is widely known throughout tho county as thoroughly competent in his profession and who has visited a number of towns in this county is now permanently located in Cannelton Ind His office la on Sixth street opposite the court house There youll find he has one of the best equipped dental o dices to be found in the state He is making special offers to those living along the Texas and all intermediate points To those having work amounting to 5 he will pay fare one way on 10 will pay fare both ways He make thin offer to people needing dental work in this city he will pay fare both way when amounting to 5 If you shoud not get through to return that evening he has a number of nice- Â¬ ly iiirnUhed rooms to keep you all night He does this In order that your work shall be entirely satisfactory A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JIr Â¬ Â¬ Dhmi Mii Editor This town has just passed through oue of tho most wonder II II ful works of grace that it has known for Cash paid for produce Brown years Something over fotir weeks ngn a wa meeting was brgtm In the Baptist church A now face was seen in tho pulpit niul a new olco wan heard proclaiming free Tho best ax handle- - 15 nls nt Julian dom from sin by fulth in Jems Christ Browna Keep the system in perfect or Â¬ lro Jnnes was a small man in stature Mr and Mrs Olllo returned Monday der by the occasional use of but ho had a wonderfully Inge grasp morning upon the eternal realities and preached Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ The birth place of low prices W C the word of God with no uncertain Moormans ulate the bowels and produce sound Ho was fiirhsfl in Ids denunciMathenoy says Sumlajs tain is the ation of sin and loving in hn appeal to biggest In three joins the convicted shiner After Bro Jotn s For sick headache malaria bil- Â¬ 15 cents buys a package of Arbuckles left the pastors of the three churches coffee J II Brown iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ united and continued the meltings for fully two weeks longer assisted by Bro Our advertised prices aro for spot cash dred diseases an absolute cure Lewis of Irvlngfcs During these two only W 0 Moorman weeks the interest rwakened by Bro No bcIiooI to day except celehtaliou Jones was very much --deepened and a of Washingtons birthday grand tidal wave ot salvation seemed to WEBSTER Mies Fannie McGary was visiting Miss have taken possession of the hearts of week Alma Mattlngly last tho people aud scoics weie made conLittle Myrtle Lyddan is sick Frost frightens Great goves rip scious of sins foigiven through faith in This county needs better publlu roads W C Moorman for hand picking the Lord Jesus J Babbngo was here last Saturday flie run on lubbers las been lively While the special effort closed with SliTinan Hall was hero last Thursday Tlieyer lively rubbers Our children the service Sunday night wo feel quite IM Hook was here hand shaking last sure that this work of grace Is still going and misses sizes lOcls W C Moor on until other lives shall be brought to man Saturday give up all and follow Christ May the Henry Moorman one of Utopia gradMies Nell II nry visited Mrs John churches arise and gird on their strength uates this year is in school fitting him Lyddan labt week and go forth to battle using the eternal self for civil service examination in Andrew Drlskell passed through town sword of the Spirit April last weuk Henry Moorman came elown from Btuiiws the country over is needless Fathers aud mothers where are jour Hardinsburg Friday afternoon lie ly demoralise d boys Are they safe There aie some- Â¬ speaks very favorably of college up The past week lias been more favorabodys boys iu those saloons Do you there ble to the wheat crop hear the glasses click as you pass by on Fred Moorman went up to Webster Dr 11 B Kurz made a business trip Aro ye u sure that your boy the street Saturday He will return toelay it lie to Louisville last week is not one of those two who are making can part with his best iu time to catch mirth over the sparkling fiery liqued Kred Moorman of Itopia came home the train and whilo they tip glasses to each other last Saturday on a visit Hon Win Minor stayed here Sunday and drink to each others health aro Henry Jeilries Louisville visited ills going down hand in hand to eternal He was compelled to cancel his appoint Â¬ brothers hero this week Certainly tho 1500 that t lit so ment to speak Saturday night The ruin Born fob Loth to the wife of Saxton mud aud rain were too much saloons pay annually as liush money for the public conscience and as a license Our merchants say it pays to advertise Dutschkey a twelve pound boy Clint Beieuchainp of Irvington ran to sell that which damns more souls in intheNKAs I observe a brisker bun hell than all other evils combined must nessand more strange faces iu town down Saturday to visit his parents Too much politics is disturbing the bo drawing blood money from some- Â¬ since they ate running their locals in the peace happiness and prosperity of tills Glendcan column one Does your hoy give a share Young men how long are you going Quality la the cap stone to all other country to allow the devil to rob you of your man advantages you gain by dealing with us Have you eilwerved that the loudest hood blight all tho fair prospects of a We havo lined up a battery of values croakers could not spare a pound of useful aud happy life and finally laud for this mouth that will compel com Â¬ bacon or a bushel of wheat or com if your ioul in perdition Dont be de- Â¬ petition to strike its colors W 0 wo had war prices ceived you tiro sowing the seeds of moral Moorman Some men in all avocations aro suc Â¬ corruption ana you cant neiji u reap I will order anything for you that you cessful but these are men of industry a harvest of infamy and shame Let might need at any time aud will who study their busiuets aud operate it every man who has at heart the welfare chargo only Iha freight So when want on busliiess principles of the young men of our town rise up in ing anything in Iher allowing lines get S George Hook of Gaitleld who holy auger and slay this monster that ia my prices elry goods liardf feed taught our school so satisfactorily during sucking the life blood out of our nation hay corn Aj Julian Brown the winter we a the guest of Mits Lzie Citizens of Cloverport and of Brecken Â¬ lid Sunday A runaway couple a marritd man Hall Satii ridge county dont raise the cry that we Judge Mclteatha opluin in tho must have the revenue that the licensing and another mans wife passed through of this Iniquitous thing affords Better town last Monday She win a Mrs Stin- Uatlingtou easo is an article welYworth They drove preserving It bIiows that the judge has far that all the public interests of our nett he a Mr Moorman two good hoises and seemed happy made great scriptural research on this county should ciuuible and rcj away than we should sustain them alter enough in de Hurting their former part- important question and this opinion hi based on holy writ must meet the appro- Â¬ this fashion Your are taking the money ners She lived near MeQuady bation of all christian people that dooms the souls of your own boys to home ia in Hancock county iionok iioil We should epiit talking politics bo uroriA an eternal hell and the wonder to me is that every step you take upon the pave Tuo month ending Feb lUth finds much anel consider measures for the ments or as you drive along the streets thesa names at the top in general aver improvement of the morals of tho counyou do not near the shriek of a lost soul ages These record are made dully and try If we would improve our body crying out for revenge upon actual work The first one Paul politic we must begin with tho individuFathers aud mothers aud all ye who E Dempster received an average of 9J 9 al lolitics will ho corrupt as loug as seek for the purity of our fair little town The others are named in tho order of the people aro corrupt it matters not let your influence be felt on the side of their standing Sallie Robertson Monna what party domiuutes right Give your support to the remov Â¬ Hunter Walter Moorman Alum Mat Â¬ Parents should make their children ing of this great evil from our midst tlngly Elliott Moorman May Dempster self restraining nt an early ago Teach Scores of young men havo declared their Ella Robertson Mary Peyton Eddie them to love work aud that idleness is a desires to quit tho ways of sin and live Moorman Onen Hunter Ollie Hoskitip sin and the uext generation will not be Roy cursed with so ninny tramps and moral for God and heaven Shall we stand by Nellie Moorman Daisy Donne and tee the devil set his trap right be Â¬ Moorman Harry Moorman Hallie Moor reprobati a fore our very eyes to catch these young man Henry Moorman Sr Ada Max We want one good mail having horse Surely not Youra for the salva- well Uvea Donald M Guant Miss Browns department has these as permanent Buperintendant for Brecktion of our town Little Silva Mattingly who enridge county to attend to our business P S You will hear from me again on names Tho others are Iva on salary Must send along with appli leads has 99 1 this subject Burnett Luke Clark Sarah Burnett cation strong letters of recommendation CANDIDATES AGREEMENT Vandymurple Powell 1bjd Armstrong as to honesty energy and ability First class man only Slate occupation Ad Â¬ Sadie Eskridge dress V 0 Box 101 Philadelphia Va Sickness kept Robert Moorman Following it The Agreement of The Martha L Powell and others oil the roll Candidatea for the Fostofflce PELLVILLE The little Powell girl is one of the most of Cloverport Ky faithful pupils the school has She had missed no time in the last three years JtfT Harrison Returns Ben Moorman CiovKproKT Ky Dec 20 180 We till the measles got into Iter fathers fam- Â¬ Leaves His Wife And Elopes With a the undersigned citizens and Republican ily a week or so ago voters of Breckenridge county Ky aud Meade County Woman town and vicinity of Cloverport do here Â¬ CANNELTON by proclaim that we are applicants for Horace Smith of Lowisport was here the office of Postmaster at Cloverport aud we herein agree to leave the a flecTUihone last week trading for stock tion of the one who is to serve under the Mr John Baker and wife will arrive D J Morrlsson inys he will be apincoming administration to the qualified voters of tho three precincts voting in at homo next Tuesday from Louisiana pointed post muster at this place with- Â¬ said town at tho Republican primary Mo where he has been for nearly two out doubt election for county officers to be held yeais with the Semi Weekly Prcsi Mr Every tuau in this county who can Feb 27 1897 and said selection is to be endorsed by the Republican committee- Â¬ Baker will bring a now job press along read aud write and has a little spare men who vote at said precincts We with him and will manage the m chani time ia a candidate for ollice also further agree that the defeated ap Â¬ cal part of the Hawesville Plaiudealer Ben Moorman left his nice little wife plicants at said election shall withdraw from that time on The Hawesville peolast et k went to Meade county aud from the race witli a written endorse Â¬ Mrs ple will welcome them heartly ment for the successful applicant eloped with Taylor SinuetU wife Baker is a Missouri girl Marion Weatherholt Jtll Harrison who created such a Lucius V Chimin Miss Zula Neal Hawesvilles sweet sensation by eloping with the wife of J D Wilson singer will take part next Monday night II L Morton Harvey Bow Id a few weela ago was here iu Mrs Roses musicale Msa Neals Rifferty BT last week voice is n lortune in ilslf and it will be J II Rowland The widow of Viigil Sevopp the man Wm H Mullen her Utst appearance in Cannelton Geo Getzuidanuer who wes murdored a few yeara ago by farmer living in Dr Davidson a rich A supplementary verbal agreement was the lunatic Pulliam died of typhoid made by all of the above applicants that the bottoms above Hawesville has his fever last week with flth by the gov they should rent a room separate aud mid pond striked Moit Mosely returned from Kirk last apart from the regular primary voting ernment week where he had been to see his places in which to hold Bald election In John T Ditto of Decatur I I arrived wifes sinter Mis V A Dowtie who is The Inauguration in the city Monday and remained until dangerously ill Tiiere has been more stock traders The inauguation of President McKin yesterday with his sister Mrs J I Dab ley will attract many prominent individ- Â¬ bage here in the last tlx weeks than has been You can attend in the same length of time for ten years uals to Washington Mrs Sandusky and daughter Gennvaf It looka an indication of better times very cheaply and epjoy a most catisfac of Central City Ky are the guests of Itev J D Hoeker who taught our tory trip by going via the B A O S W and Mrs J II B Logan this week school has been calh d as Ry Tickets good going March 1 2 and Mr pastor of the 3 and good returning including March llaptat church here He la also a can Â¬ 8 at special low rates for this occasion didate for School Superintendent in A R1T Ohio county with a splendid train service Make up LM1 UU uirlCDV Which your parties and for further Information Charlis McUride who worked for insukka srey consult any agent B A O S W Ry Frank Lelbouiz last fall has joined the S army aud lias been ssut to a post Write lor guide to WaBiington to J M iu Kansas Henry Shafer who Is now Ciiisiutovuir General laisnger Agent Qlnciuuatl O clerking for Ltibonits expects to enlist o JSIKWS GLOVEXRFORT KY GLENDEANE PE3BllaSBSiEgtaaHrgaBgaSEaBaB5BffiEB3 E Tutts Pills Ml central J Flour only Browns m Cure All Jiiliun Mr Mattlngly Westvlew here Liver Ills Sunday r Perfect Health Tutts That Home of Yours Â¬ A Vigorous Body Been housed up all winter Looks Dull anel dreary dont it Se you are accustomed to It When the bright elayi come jott will want a change dont blame you a hit make home more pleasant TUTTS Liver PILLS Have You Seen Our line of pictty Carpets nnel Straw Mattings just in new styles fresh from the looms Dont you think of getting a new Carpet until yeni vee our new patterns Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ i The Spaces On the wall will look much better by lllling in with a retty picture We have the nicest line of pictme moulding that ever struck this city A lady saiel last We arc always studying to please Come and see the pretty line Scnel us the size of your picture anel we will cjuotc you prices frameel and delivered te your nearest Â¬ i express ollice SULZERS CLOVERPORT KY Â¬ rjLZ33MZZB Ea3 EjgSEI To The Public New Harness ITew Buggies o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hew Horses Is what youll get when you order a rig from us Prompt services and rates reasonable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HEYSEE STADEH CLOVEKPOET KY Â¬ Â¬ PURE FRESH NEW GOODS m Â¬ Â¬ COURTEOUS TREATMENT Is what nil the Laelies desire when purchasing their Groceries Furthermore the most important point is the price right Our prices are always guaranteed Traele with us and see how we serve you O-rog-OTr Â¬ fjjgagiog CLOVKIUOUT KY cSs 3 ibsorL mmmmmmnmtmmmmmt 1 Nursery 12000 Stock 3 and 4 year old Ben Davis g Apple trees at 200 per 100 4000 No 1 Peach trees at No order accepted for less 52 2 per 100 Sr than 100 trees Address 3 3 500 5 runifflT B HIGHLAND NURSERY CLOVERPORT IRVINGTON mill unTiirno MUlrltndi 3 3 KY2 sssaiS0- - r MOTHERS The River The river at this point was rising at the rato of three indies an hour up to 5 oclock last evening It rose four and a halt feet Monday niitht and about It likes several three feet yesterday feet yet of being out of Its banks The change in the weather will probably bring it to a stand by to day FRIEND Robs Corifinomoiilol Its Pain Horror and tllsk MOIIIKIIS nilKNK Mv vl to imoil be turn hi r IU Uriel olillil nliu did not BiifTorlnim MIAMIS irlIINN wusnulolely roi iivttii in urn Iriiioiii no ir iiiiiuriiiir nut link mIiu luul no piilnx itltorwiml unit bur n iiif iiry will riinlil J2 JoiiNirote Hufaulu Ala I Scut liy Mull eir Kjuriwi on receipt ot Jloule To MulU- rlrr iMUO ier Ulll ers iiutiivu v rve ItKiJIIllTOU CO AtltnU lllltlKll i lr sion This is certainly a good place for a Orst class dentist to locate Dr Delas Ilaynee of Owensboro was here two da s last week and we are told that ho made 125 besides turning tome away when his time was up until he comes Mrs Gardner bus returned from Ileer Frank Wmflld of Louisville came down Sunday night to spend Monday with bis slater Mrs Frank Fralze and Miss Jenny Warfleld BOLD BY ALL DKOQOIBTS dlnsburir Master Clarence MtOlothlan Is visit Inj his rand mother at Preston Any one wanting n Kood npiare piano address Mies L C McOlothlan Irving ton Ky Mies Deulah lleunett has returned aalu home alter a prolonged visit to Oweus To Cure A Cold In One Day boro and Fordsville Miss Bettie McGeheti will soon take a Take Iixatlve Bromo Quinine Tablets family of her All Druggists refund the mouey if it fails position as teacher In tho uncle Chris McGchee at Long Branch L5c H A Shell For Sale by to Cure Mr Floyd Itoberta and Miss Nolllo mnn Stephor sport Ky Henry will be ivarried at the home ot the brides parents Mr aud Mrs John L Henry Wednesday afternoon at I oclock Mr Ben Bowler formerly of Ken- Â¬ tucky but now of Cripple Creek Col wedded one of our charming girls Mlsa Vina Uaskelt lait week and will make Colorado their future homo When In town dont forget to call at the new hardware store of T X McOlothlan he will take pleasure In show Â¬ ing you anything from a threshing ma chine to the ten cent counter OwIhk to the inclemency of the weath Â¬ er the Bay View Circle will held their Washington entertainment or Inaugural Day Thursday March 4Mkmri to It iusteul of Feb S1 as was funded Â¬ ar fl nHBBlBB5S5 6 Breckenridge In D news Ftcptlttti 1897 To The City of Mexico V 0 BUge Editors and WEDNESDAY FLDKUAllVLl Uncle Johnathan Takes a Whack at All Pops and Isms and Politicians in Particular Sound Mon With Sound Principlos Is What Wo Nood Now AWAY WITH OFFICE SEEKERS of I asked a gentleman a few days ao why the talk of money and political questions had quieted down 83 much since the election and ho answered The politicians are all so everlastingly busy trying to flx their political fences nnd get nominated for office that they have no time for discussing the money question now or any oilier public question Mr Editor there is a god deal of truth in this obseruilion If we want reform in our government system we will haye to push everlasting educational gosrel of reform and if its jiossiblo at all write all social reforms in one compact Holid organiition of upright and incorruptible men Last fall wu heard a continual nnd fervent haranguing of patriotic Popocrats ngainst the iniquities and infamy of the Uritish gold standard Tho gold hugs were condemned denounced derided and enathematized as the greatest enemies of the countrys prosperity and the welfaro of the toilers They fairly outdid the calmity howling Populists themselves in the virulence and violence Â¬ Â¬ Only those who have had tlin pleasant experience of a trip for the first tinio in- Â¬ to a country with its flag differing from the red white and bluo know the pleasure of seeing their bapgage bluo labeled know the anticipated joy of coming to things never before I cen and kno wing too that to mo at least there was something new under the sun aud that Tennyson had never been to Mexico when he said Anticipation is the purest part of pleas ure as liopfs are more than realized eyes are indeed eatisfled and we found much more could bo said than had of our neighbor across the Klo Grande Wealth and beauty yea want and pover- Â¬ ty could bo spoken of in the superlative tlio bluest of skiep the brightest sun shine the richest of soils the poortst of beggars The second day of travel from the border toward the interior of our sister Uepubllc brings us through scat- Â¬ tered towns which in architecture nnd general appearance resemble those of the Holy Land so that a picture of one can easily bo taken for the other with its adobl or stone liousrs of a single story and Hit top used for the weeks washing or reception room in the even- Â¬ ing where there is no patio Mountains in the distant broke what would have been a waste with growth of cacti and at intervals the maguay was the ono product of the mountain sides The ee Slice of tliis species of the alcp or century plants seemed to be Mistainauce of half drunken venders and beggars as they Hocked to train wiudows with pitch en jugp bottles nnd mugs filled like Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TUm BRRGKBNRIDGH NEWS QLvQVKRPORT KY DUKES HOME FIRST oftf ipafflon n The World Afterwards gold summit etc ltood3 Mill We move on sunlight everywhere all cure constipation ami all IU nlong the way except in tho souls of rcstiUseMtry and thoroughly lSc All druggists Prepared by 0 I Hood Co Lowell Mass men and the heart could but be uplilted Tho only lllb to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla say Godspeid tlio day when the and Son of Righteousness shall rise with The Cuban War healing in His wing over this people Cuba is an Island lying south east of and tlio light of His glorious love shine Florida It Is the largest and most pro- Â¬ into every darkened life In a perfect climate with congenial ductive of the West Indlep and is someJueon of the Antilles traveling companions and comfortable times styled accommodations and things ever new Tiie poll is very fertile nnd yields large ahead tho end of a journey is soon quantities of sugar and tobacco Two renched and we see already Popocatepetl thirds of the sugar used in tho United aud Ixtacclhantl as they rise in their States and n Inrge amount of tobacco sublimity on the ccsern side of tlio val- Â¬ are imported from this isand Cuba is ley of Mexico hoary guardians of the 700 miles in length and has a breadth of about seventy miles its area is Azec Capital The city of Mexico is reached Where almost equal to that of the sUte of Vir- Â¬ shall we go first Ti the Paseo of course ginia Its climata is delightful Many people have conceived tho idea to see it in holiday attire for it is Christ Â¬ that the inhabitants of Cuba are larg ly mas Eve colored that is of African descent Tlin IASKO 1112 IA llhKOIIMA is an erroneous Iden ns the last senses is the most famous Paseo of Mexico gave the population of whites over Uepubllc or City a most magnificent driveway extending from Avenida Juarez 1000000 out of a totat population of to the gates of the park to Chepultepec about 1500000 It is now estimated a drive which for its length and with that the population Is about 2000000 of its broad double roadwny shows more which throe fourths Bre of Caucasian of wealth aud elegance of turnout than descent The government of Cuba is monarchal any on the continent From I oclock in form having belonged to Spain ever lu the afternoon till dark tho scene is in died a brilliant one The PasO is filled since its discovery by Columbus in 1402 with carriages and horses from an Amer Â¬ The war now in progress is the outcome ican buggy with its Kentucky Blue Grasj of more than 00 years of tyrannical Â¬ draw one picture after another of thin rf strong wall this defence the sun lins nil the while been climbing up behind tho Ciw flHyt the Mtiv highest mountain top nt last it looks retains ilioilue led lood tv over sending its gulden glory down on oml product tiiliousnu the sleeping city over to opposite moun tains nnd Into every opening between them as fur back as eye could reach until it looked as if a fairys waud had gallon Iiul Uie cuaUil changed tho early morning gray light to toimiij slcli luMlLlCllG In Â¬ Â¬ S ajrr9ie t n IV wnrM It loll g in tlie bowcti torpid IHcr hull- - Farmers Dusy Kahat Johnson Other News We- d- Willis Clark pays be oats la elone sowing their language The Populists most of them were in high feathers They imagined they had converted the majority of tho Democrats from the error of their ways They thought thev had succeeded in purging the old Democratic party of its danger Â¬ ous and ungodly elements Hie gold bugs and banking fraternity Indeed the simple minded and trust- nil ropulista were sucked right into the midst of the Popocrat party Hut loan Heboid no sooner dn shrewd Popocrats succeed in disrupting the Pops with the alluring bait of a jiumite oi an oilice or two like the absessors or jailers place which it does not require much ability to fill than they proceed to reconsider the decision to exclude gold bugs from the primary i anow meir single stauda- brethren to return to the fold I he old saying that PSV11ill0hH of strange bedfellows wy lmt milil bly illustratedilcy riuuo to soni urViochfiiitfiiiiir tcuiitica makm a never more forei- of matrimony Tliirpfnrq iian it is this year fijljVVook at the situation in Meade county for example There they have Populists running in a Democratic primary for nomination on the Democratic ticket Populists gold bug silver bugs Democrats and what not mixed up in a sort of free for all handicap for oflicc Even tho good natured Elishn Ash craft and several others of the erstwhile champions of Populism have succumb ed to the alluring wiles of the Popocrats The Popocrats are smart fellows they know how to tole the Populists in They knew what most of the self appointed leaders of that trading and fusing parly were itching for so they promised them a few ollices The Democrats used to berate the poor Populists roundly for only being a lot of disappointed oilice Hut tho Populists btoutly seekers maintained that they were simon pure patriots seeking only their countrys Poor Populists I pity them good How will they be able to meet their Are not mcht of antagonists now1 them actually tumbling over one an other in their cagenusj to get into a political deal for a little pie Down in McCracken county the Populist wero not able to sell their voters to the Democrats for what they thought they were wcrth so they went over to the gold fetandard Itepubllcaus and made a trade with them by means of which they are to get a few ollices Aud the Popocrata who Isot fall would ly into a tirrihlo passion if the words gold or gold bugs were mentioned in their presence are now even in our own state admitting these same gold bugs back into their primaries not for the sake of their country of course but for the take of the ollices In Payette and Daviess tiro doors of the Popocrat party have been kindly opened to the gold standard people and even in dear old Meade the same thing has happened Poor mltguided and deluded Pops you were not ablo to purge the Democratic party of either yourselves or the gold bug brethren Tills shows Mr Editor that a political party to succeed in accomplishing good must have not only sound principles but sound men as well men of character and resolution I SILK JoilNATIIAV 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thoroughbred down to the English rig mounted harness tiger nnd all Then comes the equestrian in all his glory of sombrero nudsilver ornamentation The proiession of splendor with gorgeous coloring of toil tte and wealth of equipage passes up one side and down the other passing nrouud circles where monuments aie and where bauds play A line of cavalry is drawn up the cmter to keep the going and coming people to the right immense shade tries are ou botli sides of abroad walk nnd under thtse trees are stone benches for those who do not ride At the entrance of the Paseo AS0TI1ICII IIAV and the train is spinning around moun- is the great broiu i statue of Charles 1V tains over livers crossing one in its of Spain This is the largest single windings seventeen times Mountains broi ti catt in tlio world weighing nearly surrounding us are in high cultivation thirty tons In the Hrst circle of the back of these they rim higher and high Paseo is a statue of Columbus the first er of varying nnd twin like proportion ever on the continent In the se l0 liita mo while a little city for below slumbers as circle is a beautiful statue u jVst J10 inil peacefully in tiieir embrace as a child in tzin last KIm V SG ualano- VP nr its mothers arms so protected it is tortnJur Thank safe a defended city As we T two mm know and put to death by Cortiz ed Strapped in dis- - 0 curbing at regu Â¬ jiiother they Jiivdid Small Btatujs along the lar intervals are tliofo given by different J irio rest of thu States of the Bepuhlic aud are of their iutlm Piiyno in In eery particular the noted men came Hrst Tenv ting as IVseo isa display of wealth buttheecene o PiiV shifts aud we find ourselves on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 themselves looking with sloppy On and on and on San Luis pulgue Portlsi is reached lowers and sunshine every wl ere burros heavily ladei ed look indifferently at nothing men in generous lombrerosoffer wares to strangers or stand decked in gay serapas as if their one duty was to pose in ttatue like still- Â¬ We pass on stopping at tow n after ness town never halting without seeing their brown hand extended and hearing in pleading voice Ninn nina domme una cenbavo Later we are brought to a monumental looking structure marking tho dividlnglinesof tho two zones cause ing memory to tako us back to early geography days when we thought of some visible marking across the conti- Â¬ nent Â¬ Â¬ The Fact That Doctors frequently advise cliango of air and cli mate to those suffering from catarrh is proof that catarrii is a local aud climatic disease Therefore unless you can leave home and business you should use Elys Applied directly to the Cream Halm seat of the disease it effects Instant re lief and a satisfactory cure after short No mercury nor injurious continuauce drug is contained in the Balm Â¬ Â¬ Card of Thanki The family of Mrs Loutea Iloraley tale 4thla method of thanking their many frlenda and neighbor who bo kindly lontahepn liand iu tliMr recent be- Â¬ reavement impressment The natives hewers of wood and diavers of way water nnd pay most unreasonable tax Mrs Catharine Down and daughters rates into the coffer of Spain while the Spaniards hold tlio position of trust and Misses Mollie and Eva were guests of prtfl to the xtent of ubout OS per cent ftirs Duke nnd daughters Misses Olie of tho money paid out for salaries The and Ouio Friday evening There seems to be and attraction near natives have rebelled at several previous times but have hitherto been sup Â¬ Bethlehem for Mr Lee Gllmoio of late the mud never gets too deep for Lee to pressed What the outcome of the present re- risk liis chances of getting there on old bellion will be remains to be eeen Tho Pat Cnbui s have been succt ssful iu a few The Nuptials of Mr Charlie Campbell important battles recentlybut the horrid and Miss Viola Duke will be H1r brutality and cruelty of the Spaniards Sunday Feb 2H at 7 omuized thurejtafrrvlcewanrn-xJ-CSrjC- k has a very telling t fleet p ill at We ler the butcher as he huir fn a I i wubliXSe oi her parents Mr and named who has been eenVYmuuiuir r Mrs John Dukes suppnsj tho it turret tlio J Mr E litor we have a Ii03t of candi down lure in ef ain ELe18 lo bo datesone to the frontold Hancock orwith a i irovncel-two every day didurablu headway ou paper new kneit set of boys you wont find Li in reality he is not so tuccetsful as aud a cleverer he would have us believe The Cubans in any other avocation of life Mis Lillie Johnson nnd Mr Charlie giined an important victory not long since at Vitlurm Delat titnis where they Kahal were married Wednesday eveu fought three days They sustained a ing at 7 oclock at the home of the bride severe loss last December in the death of Ex Judge John Storms performed the their leader Gen Maceo who was mur- ceremony Tho bride is tho daughter dered by the Spaniah under a pretended nf Fjo E II Johnson tlio groom is a 11 ig of truce He was the last of nine prosperous young farmer we wish them brothers who died for Cuba and the a happy and prosperous future were the battle cry of Viva Cuba A0T11E1I STIIEKT There have appeared in f e cikinns of last words he uttered This street is So narrow such a congovernment inter this paper for several years tho adver- Â¬ The question of our No carriages here men and wo trast fering in behalf of Cuba Ib a debatable tisements of Elys Cream Balm a remmen themselves the conveyances rather point as learned men differ in the opin- edy for Catarrh Cold in the Head and One as every imaginable fakir is seen ions of the matter If our gov rnment for Hny Fever It is with much pleasThe sufferer from catarrh perhaps a woman bears on her back a chicken owes anything to the causa of liberty ure that we can call the particunr atten met s with more discouragement in her head and if it favors the struggle for freedjin tion of our readers to the fact that this seeking a cine tlini those afflicted coop that extends far above After ex Â¬ and almost to tho ground another a now going on in Cuba it lias not shown article stands yery high among remedies wiih all other ailments hausting the skill of the best physi- Â¬ shoe merchant with yellow soles of bro It by so much as an expression of sym- and particularly high as a catarrh medicians and inhaling vaitous mixtures gans turned outward surrounds his head pathy j But Congress should not be cine Ely Brotherp we are iniormed paying out large suns foi doctors dry untboughtedly criticized fortius inaction have had long experience as druggists fees and medicines he finds himself like a balky crown another has the either as bad off as at Hrst or a great hide of a pig turned inside out which as such a procedure might bo productive and pharmacists and n remedy coming A deal worse serves as a demijohn for muscale from such a source should have the conof serious results The cause of this is easily explained nortable meat market shoe store and fidence of those desiring a reliable of unfortunate Cuba The sufferings The disease is in the blood and only a One fact that should inspire real blood lemedy can possibly have bar room Still another burden bearer while drplored on the grounds of any effect upon it The doctors being comes tliis time a man lias on his back humanity nnd sympathetic feeling confidence in their catarrh cure Elys unable with their stereotyped reme- a colli u confined by ropep while follow- Â¬ to should serve as a warning to ail nations Cream Balm is that they are willing dies of potash and mercury to cure have it put to the test and in order that blood direct their ing is a woman and child thinly clad all to try to live in peace diseases of the offerefforts toward treating the symp- Â¬ going at a rapid gait down the street and Aud yet it is not like America to sit everyone may try it they are now toms of the disease and ignoring its on inquiring nfterwnrd why they went idly and sue the oppressor tyrannize ing a generous trial sze through the cause The inhaling of various sprays so hurriedly were told the coflin was of 10 over the oppressed It is only a few druggistp or will mail it on receipt and use of washes etc is but a su- Â¬ Â¬ perficial and temporary treatment rented and had to be returned within a decades in the life of our people since cents The full sizs is 50 cents per packtime While still wondering at we were in the throes of a great Revolu- Â¬ age You need not hesitate to send to and cannot possibly effect a cure given this another funeral procession passed tionary struggle with the mother country them for the remedy Their address is the body being shrouded in filthy rags battling for tho much desired possession 50 Warren Street New York City and on a litter carried by two men with that tho Cubans are now Lib rty BIG SPRING nothing over the face save a clear blue shei d ugto oltiin and ohl how thank sky and yellow sunlight But we leave lul we were when France proffered her this surrounding of misery and want and assistance to aid us in our struggle The Levy Hobbs Hurt Big Spring Anxious to turn toward Miss Clarkson Hollow Hello lieattsofall patriotic American citizens CIIEITLTKIEC 1AIIK Returns beat in sympathy with the unfortunate nt the very entrance of which one is im Cubanswhen we read of their sufferings pressed with its beauty nnd b1z nnd the What atrocities what fiendsi crimes Candidates besiege us on all sides rare kinds of of birds Howers and trees has the glorious bun iu his daily course Tom Moorman lias moved out on his cages of animals of many interesting batlied in light and must this continue kinds are soon readied further on a Surely the God of love and pVace will farm Miss Lydia Ackley Clatkson has re- Â¬ pretty lake with swans and other water not permit it to be so We read of the is very plctureeque while plants conquest of Granada when tho Moslem turned home birds are blooming as profusely en if it wero pride and glory weut down the unrelent- Â¬ John Meador Jr is in Elizibethtown Mrs Joshpiiinr Pomiim midsummer instead of mid w Inter ing sword of tho foi s for a short stay Mrs Josephine Polhill of Due West Large trees including the cypress some Â¬ Will Ashcraft of Brandeubuag was We read again if the Armenians and S C was for years a sufferer from times reaching to almost fifty feet in cir- the annihilation of a nation by the in our midst last Friday this distressing complaint and has learned by experience its tortures cumference and twining 170 feet greet followers of Mobnuum d But it seems Our telephone poles are being erected She says one as the ascent is begun to ChepulteFor years I was the victim of the pec Castle w hich is situated on a high that right hero near the s lores of our and it wont bo long until we can hollow boasteel free country our own America hello worst case of catarrii that I ever heard of I was treated by several abrupt blull aud is readied by a spiral the very refinement of cruelty is being Mr Sydney Smith of Chicago was doctors and took numerous medicinesÂ¬ driveway along which are stone banisterp practiced But we ft el ceitaln that not here the guest of B S Clarkson and claiming to cure the disease but in so suggestive of Maiden Mantilla Man withstaudii g the dormant condition of family a day last week stead of being benefitted my condi Â¬ and Mandolin We reach the castle at our government Cuba lias tho sympa tion grew worse steadily Miss Nannie Sipes who lias been in The trouble became so deep seated the summit and admire it the now Mux- - thy of all true Americans and we can that I was entirely deaf in one car icau White House and think of it being only watch and wnit trusting to the Bowling Green aud laducah for some It i difficult to describe mv condition time has returned homo the scene of tha battle with United States but some idea of the ravages of the in 1817 and remember this was once the Kuler oi all to make things right in his Itev Overton the presiding elder of own good time disease can be obtained when I state that all the inside of my nose includ Â¬ home of Maxmllliau nnd Carlota and Iu spite of the sympathy that right- Â¬ tliis district held bis quarterly meeting ing part of the bone bloughcd off It while thus reminiscencing we look below hero lost Saturday and Sunday is can be readily understood how offen- Â¬ and see the great city at its best with fully belongs to Cuba it doubtful that Itev Lee of the Baptist Theological the people there are capable of self sive all this was and how unbearable When the enow caps iu the distance and a gieat government as among the masses mor- Seminary filled the pulpit at the Baptist my condition became disease had gone this far the physi Â¬ red Western plory seeming to say 1 send ality is at a low ebb church last Saturday and Sunday cian gave me up as incurable and my most brilliant rays to show how Neither would Cuba proo a very Mr Samuel Jacob of the firm of Jacob told me I would never be any better Heading of many similar cases be Â¬ beautiful a Mexican sunset is There it desirable acquisition to our own glorous Meyer of this place was down a few ing cured by S B S I determined to is gone and tbestillueiH is only broken union for the same reasons and what days last week lie alto owns a large I soon discov- Â¬ by music far below resort try it as a last steps to tako in the matter Is a vexed store iu Louisville ered that all my former treatment Mahv E Ams problem wrong as the disease was in had been We are in receipt of invitation to Mr Ida Gardner A 0 Klghter representing J P Wi 1 Daisy Hall the blood aud only a blood remedy Tommie Abb ItobinEon and Miss Wall could cure it I began to improve at Co lumber dealbrs of Louisville was in Helen Tate Willie Sliolman en of Vine Grove Tommie Abb as we once and grew better as I continued expect to Maiy Hichardson Jesse Gardner to take B S S It seemed to get at town last Wednesday They all kuow him wen raised here aud we soon Cora McCoy Katie Stivers the scat of the disease and after a sell a good bill of lumbor here extend our cottgratuaious few weeks treatment I was entirely We call attention to their ad in this is- - Amanda Svvlnip Lorna Tate Mr Levy Ilobbe living near here cured and for more than seven years sue Mary Swimp Liniiie Hull have had no sign of the disease while hauling straw last week slipped Florence liiddle Myrna Ceshman Catarrii is one of the deep seated aid fell from the wagon under his horses DISEASES OP THE SKIN Clj de St vers blood diseases and only a thorough Nellie Cashliiun heels The hoisa kicked him inflicting The intense itching and unartirg inci- Â¬ blood remedy will have any effect A Reminder of Army Life upon it S B B is the only blood dent to eczema teller galt rheuii and other asivere wound ou his head He was diseases of tlio skin h instantly allayed by remedy that is guaranteed Mr liu Smith Editor of the Commer- Â¬ attended by Dr Strother who reports applying Chamberlains Eje and Bkin cial Meyeislale Pa says A chronic him doing nicely Many very bad canes liavo been Ointment permanently cured bv it it U equally d arrliea that returns at frequent Inter is the best Dr Bells efficient for itching piles nnd a favorite rem Â¬ V4lx as a reminder of army life has been and cures Catarrh Cancer Conta- Â¬ edy for sore nipple chamed IuiiuIk chil Â¬ mire dleetually controlled by Clmmher cough and cold remedy ever discovered gious Ulood Poison Scrofula Khcu blains frost bite and chronic wire eyes It Is perfectly harmless Iains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhea Rem for children niatlstn Eczema and all other dis Â¬ For bale by drugguts at 25 cents per box eases arising from impure blood edy than any other I have ever used It and One dose at btd tlmi stops the cough Try Dr Codys Condition Fo vrdcrs they potsefses true merit ForsiIebyAlt all night It is guaranteed to cure croup Books on blood and skin disease srujuut what a horse needs when in bail condi- Â¬ will be mailed free to any address and whooping C0113I1 Fisher Druggist tion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Bwift Specific Co Atlanta Ga e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the ineasels Fanners lire ploughing nnd burning pantbeds and making every edge count while the sun shines Cy Lilllard and Eugene Haynes two of Cloverports prominent cltiz ns passed through Dukes Tuesday Itev I L Bowlds preached a good sermon ThuisJny night at the Cumber laud Presbyterian church Finley Burnett has made arrangements we understand to ciop the present year with his father-in-laMr Satteiii ld Sunday was a day of thunder showers which hn causd tlio partly dry roads to become disagreeably muddy again Walter Johnson of Breckenridge county spent Sunday night with Ins grand parents Mr and MrsNate Starks Wrenze Pate fails to reach Dukes sometimes when lie starts in that direct- Â¬ must be ion a more pleasant attraction on the Mra Emma ltiy was the guest of M s Dora Bowies Tuesday fv Horn Feb 15th 1807 t- the wife of llobt Duke a fine boi Nnte Starks is now occupying tlio new building lie has lately built Tho few nice daya we liavo had have made a gren change under foot Mrs Martha Hogg of Owensboro Is visiting her brother Mr Nate Slnrks at tills place Mr Newberys family are all getting along ns well as could be expected with - ti livery dollar spent in your home store the development of the home industries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of tho in divldonl for we nre nil more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We nre keeping careful track of your wants nnd constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give men call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods nelels to CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills Ky mmmmtmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmm I I Z T COX Agent - - Kkron Ky B O S DR MENDENHALLS IMPnoVCDO W RY Cmclnnatl and the llaiWlPIiSSlii A tiimih BA e Trains leave Louisville as follows OS tM W table No jo 3311m Iouu and Ihc Ww U KAILWAY MLouImIIs JMJilUJrjJ iir rrfVJurg Ar Washington Ar llaltlmoro Ar Ihi ndrlphit Ar New York l No a 16 No i -- m C iijsam s 55pm 5am 5iiPm II ojpm 7 1 rTTnm o ojpm 25am 10 6 joam 750am 151m II 10am 2opm 3 40 Im S 55pm 3 ocpm 9 ojpm Ar Iloston Nraln No 16 lus elepnnt Pullman lluflet larlor Car to Cincinnati and Draui R room blccper and U nlngcanClncmiitti to Washington llaiihnore riiiUdelihlaund New York without changf IS ha elegant Tullmai Tail r Car to lranNo Cincinnati and Pullman Dravvlnp room nnd dining cars Cmcinniti to Sw York without change lrmn No so hai slecfcrs to Ctiitinrntl upen at 9 oclock to rinUo passerges U3onn Speedily relieves and cures Coughs Colds Consumption Bronchitis Asthma Grippe Hoarseness Whooping Cough Croup and all diseases of the lungs and respiratory organs St Louis Sprinnfield and the West No 44 No 16 No ai 8aopin 8 lvLHilmlle J5m 040pm M 13301111 712am 8 4Plr 9 33am Ar Springheld Norlh Vernon accomodatlcn leans al 7 15 a m daily Charlestown accommodation Ifavcs at 5 30 p in except hu day Tiains Nos 16 30 and 44 haec legant day coaches lul man parior unu sitcpmi turauoi uui Ar luc XMtlOH I art fPtPABEO iiil ONLY l 0Y C iHh l iM T DR J C MBXDEXHALL 1NI1 1VATCVIIVU1C TKAINb AHHIVE ANOTHER Geo Yeakel THE GREAT CUT Co From nist 7 25 a m 12 15 noon 640 p m a m 3 20 a m prom West 7 2sa m 12 15 p m 640P m City licket oflice southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seienth and river For detail information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor riming cats etc 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