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into camp ready to make a joint attack t Willi uenerui uoiucz Tho following havo been banished as political suspects to tho Chaffarinas islands Augusto Sanchez Rchavarriu Jose Maria liaz Nunez Aurelco Urra and three others Dr Kniiliauo Nunez Villavicencio Adolfo Cncvar Manuel Do Castro an Juan Ensenat Caldcrin all well known in Havana it is reported have been banished to tho island of Fernando Po for complicity in nn ntrempt to aid tho escape of Ana Sotolongo Â¬ OUR FLAG TORN UP LATEST OUTRAGES SPANISH IN CUBA BY FIGHTING in CRETE BATTLE BETWEEN INSURGENTS AND MUSSULMANS SOLDIERS Gomez Men Women and Children Disapy 1 Â¬ pear Daily From Guanabacoa Some of the Dead Bodies Found Cuban War News Foreign Admirals Finally Stop the Conflct Representatives of the Great Powers Have a Scheme of Settling the Cretan Trouble Not Sent From Havana J ft- - 0 - V V v k Key West Fla March 1 It hta just been learned that two disturbances occurred in Havana and suburbs in tho last day or two directed against AmeriCENSORSHIP NEWS cans In Guanabacoa tho liouso of a DlqpatrlicA Which Have llccn rrrniltted to storekeeper named Rcnfert was stoned lie Sent Out lrimi llniinn of tho Spanish volunteers and by 8omo Havana March 1 Captain Santa two American flags that ho had in tho Maria recently rcconnoitered in tho viBtoro wero taken away and broken in bits and borne aloft by tho mob It cinity of San Antonio Do Las Vegas grow out of his flying tho Mugs on his Duran and Caiman in tho province of Havana After tlirco hours search CapBtoro In tho afternoon a mob called on him tain Santa Maria succeeded in finding a headed by a potty Spanish oillccr and band of insnrgents in tho vicinity of tho demanded that no lianl that rag in Delta river Tho Cubans wero defeatThis ho refused to do His Btoro was ed according to official advices 31 of pelted with btoncs and ho was threat Â¬ them being killed Of tho troops 13 ened with arrest for inciting to vio- Â¬ soldiers wero wounded including Cap lence tain Santa Maria Fifteen of tho insurLater ono of Fonsdovicllas officers gents surrendered arms being found in camo to him and compelled him to tako their possession when thoy wero capthem in under threat of instant arrest tured Ho knew what that meant Tho flags Tho Rey battalion recently defeated wero taken in and put in tho window insurgout groups in tho province of a mob of 800 soldiers and tho Later that day Two of the insurgents wero policemen with a sprinkling of petty Matauzas killed including tho leader Sccundio officers camo up and marching in Apostu took out tho flags toro them up with Tho Cuban leader Roberto Bermu appropriate epithets and cursing him dez was wounded In tho recent fight at and his country When ho remonstratHo is in invalid tho hospital Mclquizo ed aud said that ho would report it to ut Torro Hill Pinar del Rio tho consul they replied amid shouts of Several mansions on plantations in li go to your big Lee Piiiar del Rio havo been fired upon by laughter Your big man in Washington is our tho insurgent lenders Mito Suarcz Ks friend and he will not let Leo say too cordova Alejandro etc much It is officially announced hero that Jtenferts houso was repeatedly stoned statement to tho effect that Captain that night n d ho has since been com- Â¬ the Woyler has resigned is absopelled to closo it us ho feared to venturo General lutely falso out as his Spanish neighbors signifiRUIZ WAS AN AMERICAN cantly drow their hands across their throats to signify what his fato will bo IIU NntnrnllzaUim Iaprrs Ilnve Keen if ho keeps up his present stand round on Hi cord nt llillndelplilis Guanabacoas reign of terror is start Â¬ Philadelphia Feb 27 All doubt as ing again over 25 men women aud girls having disappeared in tho past to tho naturalization of Dr Ricardo week Friday seven corpses of women Ruiz who was murdered in his cell at and men wero found in an old well not Guanabacoa Coba by tho Spanish has a quarter of a milo from tho sentry poft been set at rest by tho finding of his pa on Ceptio street near tho outskirts pers on file here in tho prothonotarys Tlirco wero identified as merchants who office Ruiz declared his intention of had disappeared 10 days ago Ono of becomiifg an American citizen Dec 10 tho womon was a protty Cuban school- Â¬ teacher Sho had been warned some 1877 and Jan 21 1680 ho finally re two weeks ago that sho was teaohiug nounced his tilloiauco to tho King of Cubans must Spain tho children too much At tho limo his ago was given as 25 not learn too much was tho threat Sho disappeared two days later Tho years and he lived at 701 Wood street others were unknown All were hacked this city Ruiz took out his papers un der his Spanish name Ruiz y Ugarrio to pieces in tho most barbarous manner Tho remains of females showed signs of He dropped thefiimiiynppcllation when revolting treatment presumably before ho camo hero The indexing clerks in being killed A young Cuban girl tho prothonotarys offieo improperly in named Teresa Maria Sandora is in hid- Â¬ dexed his name and that caused the ing having escaped from an officers delay in finding tlio papers houso after having been kept there for LEES RESIGNATION three days Sho tells a horriblo story too wild to bo believid almost did not The New York lleiatil lubllslics a Cty of other experiences corroborate it the Ulsnntch Sho was abdnctcd aud carried to tho New York Feb 20 Tho Herald resldenco of a p ouiinent Spani h officer this morning publishes what it asserts under thojiado of major hero sho was kept in a nom htrpned and put is a copy of tho famous dispatch cabled on exhibition for his frieids to seo Sho by Consul General Leo to Secretary of was beaten whrn sho resisted Sho State Oluoy Tho dispatch is us folfinally wou tho pity of a young lieu lows tenant aud cs aped Sho is now in se Havo demanded release of Scott cure hiding and will try ana tret off to American citizen who has been kept in S ates as soon as passiblo as prison and incomuuicudo without duo tho United she will be killed if o cr recaptured as process law 1 1 days sho knows too much to remain at liberyou appreciate gravity situa- Â¬ ty Two relatives of ho s have been or tionTrust are prepared to sustain mo aud rtsted on suspicion that they know Must havo warship immediately vvhero sho is Tho Cubans aro en Â¬ many ships havo you at Tamp deavoring to smuggle her off as soon as How West and southern waters and aro Key possible as niauy houses in Guanabacoa you prepared to sond them hero should aro boing searched now for her Tho it beconio necessary lieutenant if discovered would bo shot I can not and will not stand another instantly for his humano heart Ruiz murder A mob of volunteers insulted Leos Julio Sancully rnrilou Signed residence Friday night by hooting aud Washington Feb 20 Senor De yelling in fiont of it for several hours Lee was not at home nor any member Lomo tho Spanish minister last night of hi fantfy After a long time somo received a cablegram from tho Duke of officials at tho puucp were notified of it Tetnau stating that tho queen has and the police wero scut aud dispersed signed tho pardon of Julio Sauguily It them Iho censrr earnestly requested was stated at tho legation that this ac- Â¬ that no mention bo made of this as tho somo days ago at officials feared tho effect of it in tho tion was agreed upon tho announceUnited States Leo expressed his con a cabinet meeting but to diplomatio according ment tonipt for tho proceedings when in usage was fowued of tho matter later aud said formallywithheld it until tho queeu had signed If thitvit did not amount to anything I had a good duck gun ho said I UNDER HIS OWN ENGINE could havo scattered tho entire mob A Iliiltlinore and Ohio 1uglueer Instantly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ London March 1 It Is stated hero that there is good authority for believ ing that the t exult of tho conferences between tho representatives of tho great powers at Constantinople and Athens will be the presentation of collectivo notes to Turkey and Greece Greece will bo allowed four days to recall her land and sea forces from Crete It is reported from Canea that several insurgent leaders havo sent to Vico Admiral Cauevaro of tho Italian fleet a signed declaration that tho Cretans will accept no solution of tho pending question but political union with Greece Fighting continues between the in surgents and Mussulmans near Re timo and elsowhere Tho Christians besieged the Turkish garrisons in tho block house at Malata for several days Yesterday a body of Turkish regulars and irregulars left Canea with u convoy to revictual tho block houso Tho insurgents attacked the column and killed several of tho escort whereupon the Turkish battleship Fuad opened fire upon tho insur- Â¬ gents with shells and continued the filing until stopped by order of tho for eign admirals Tho convoy was finally compelled to retiro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was caught between two trains going in opposite directions on the Chicago and Eastern Illinois railroad yeuerday uft ernoon The ear carried four passeu sera besides tho motoriuan and conductor and three out of the six wero killed outright Tho other threo are se verely injured and ono or more of them way also succumb Tho dead aro Georgo OMalley motormau R W Young collector for tho Clinton Rhodes i o iny Peter Fuclfrs c r driver Tho injurrd no II Madison street carconductor hurt Internally may dio Miss Marv Mrscliellhurt internally and right sido aud face cut in ay recover Robert Hinz liijnred Internally may die The accident is said to havo been duo to tho recklessness of tho motormau The crossing is proticted by gates and these wero down at the timo To all app aninces OMalley did not uso any efforts to brng tho car to a standstill at least until ho had reached a decline at tho sido of the tracks Then it was too lato and tho motor crashed through tho gates onto tho trucks in fiont of tho approaching trains Ono of tho latter was tho raco t alii bound for Columbia Heights Tho other was a northbound freight train Tho raco train was tho first to strike tho tiolleyaiid when it struck it hurnl tho ear directly in front of tho other engine Between the two tho trolley ear was reduced to splinters It was sp it in half fiom platform to platform and jiart of it carried ono way and part carred in tho opposito direction Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CAUGHT BETWEEN TWO TRAINS Three Out of Sit Tropin Killed ami tho Other Three lladly Injured Chicago Feb 20 An rleetric ear on tho Ono Hundred aud Third street line It Is Almost Ended ONLY A jnnsucnon cnminni cases not capital mid giving it to tho circuit court of ap jieals j directing tho tiling mortgages on cial district iu which tho property Is in tated when the mortgager is a constituting a now division of the eastern judicial district of Texas at taching Audrain county to tho eastern judicial district of Missouri Â¬ rr Indian Territory property in tho judi Â¬ pOYAl FEW MORE DAYS OF THE PRESENT CONGRESS A Curtailment of the Expenditures of Public Money Is the Object INSANi The Victim of r n 1 tOM i A BLOW and Takiit mi Ovcidtuu nt Miirjililiir of Speaker Reed snd tho Other Republican Leaders Has Been Accomplished Sneaker Reed Washixotov March and the other Republican leaders of tho house entered into tho final session of tho Fifty fourth congress with the avowed determination that no legislation which compelled great expendi tures of public money should bo enacted during the session Thoy felt compelled to adopt this policy because of the con- Â¬ dition of tho treasury and they have generally adhered to it although til regular appropriation bills for tho aid of the government havo biought tho totnl appropriations for this congress far be yond Iho billion mark breaking tho recoid of former congresses Many of tho appropriations notably those for river and harbor improvements and for public buildings wero ucciosary to continue works authorized by other congresses No public build ings havo been started by tills congress and no new battleships or vessels of any description although the creation of a now navy begun several years ago has by no means been abandoned Tho intention of tho houso leaders at thu beginning of tho session was to confine tho work so far as possiblo to the appro- Â¬ priation bills and they havo been successful in living up to their policy These bills moreover have been cum bered with fewer now projects aud less general legislation than usual Tho last week of the session begins with several of tho appropriation bills not yet passed by tho senate Much of tho timo of that bodv has been consumed in tho discussion of tho Cuban question wmen inn nousu mis dealt with only in- Â¬ cidentally Necessarily tho policy of the houso to avoid new legislation which involved expenditures has been enforced upon the senate The Nicaragua canal bill which was discussed at great length in the senate but not voted on was not taken up in tho house nor has tho free homo bill which tho senate passed hud a hearing at thu other end of tho Capitol Tho Pacific railroad fund ing bill met a decisive defeut in tho house fo thu senate found it useless to discuss that proposition Ono featuro of tho sessions record worthy of noto is tho great number of private pension bills passed many of thoai placing tho widows of officers on the pension rolls at ratings ranging from fJO to 75 a mouth Private claims aud war claims on tho other hand have been few Several of tho pension bills wero vetoed by President Cleveland but congress enacted somo of these despito the veto by the ncce sary two thirds majority Several important bills aro in tho presidents hands awaiting his action foremost among them tho immigration bill which establishes an educational test for immigrants and bars out labor- Â¬ ers who maintain their homes in other countries Tho aiiti scalping bill may bo submit Â¬ ted to tho executive for his action with in two or threo days ami sineo Senator Chandler has given notico that ho will move that tho senate accept tho house amendment to tho bill authorizing tho president to call an international mono tary conference it is likely that Presi dent Cleveland will bo given an oppor- Â¬ tunity to sign his imnio to that Tho bill for the reorganization of tho Atlantic and Pacific Railroad company is also ou the presidents desk Ono act written upon tho statuto books this session is noteworthy as be ing tho work practically of ouo man That Is the act to reduco tho cases in which the penalty of death may bo inflicted a movement to which General Curtis of Now York has devoted tho best efforts of his congressional career Tho abolition of tho death penalty has been a long cherished enthusiasm with General Curtis now after years of agi tation of tho subject ho has succeeded in erasing from tho statuto books all United Stutcs laws impo ing tho death penalty for other crimes than murder rape treason or piracy and endowed juries with the power to stipulate whether or uot capital punishment shall be inflicted for these crimes The interstate commerce laws have been extended to prevent traffic in ob scene literature or orticles designed for immoral uses The shipping laws have been amend ed to enable yachts belonging to Amer Â¬ ican or foreign clubs to enter or clear from customs houses without ton nage tixes also to require naphtha or elestnc boats of more than 15 tons burden to bo subjected to all the re quirements for inspections and for pilots A new law compels ond engineers the name and draft of every registered vessel to be marked on tho stern and bow New regulations havo been mado for tho compensation of inspectors of steam vessels for their traveling ex Â¬ penses All persons who muko signal exertions in rescuing a wrecked ship or a diowning person aro under a law of this session eligible for tho lifcsavlng medals which formerly were given only to tho llfesaving crew men Thu friends of tho Tennessee centen nial exposition of 1807 have succeeded in securing an appropriation of 140000 for u government building mid exhibit while the Nebraska delegation is work ing to secure u liku recognition for tho Omahu exposition Ono of tho most importont pieces of publlo land legislation penults tho patenting of lauds containing petrolouni or other mineral oils under tho mineral land laws Another extends to Juu 1 1800 tho time iu which purchases may bo made of tho railroad grunt lauds forfeited to the government under the act of 1800 tind another confirms cash en Â¬ tries which havo been declared invalid because the lauds entered woro nover offered for sale Cthcr acts confirm the titles of sMters iu Greer count O T Mississippi sutlers on swamp lauds in the rants of tho Mobile and Ohio rail road uid settlers on nomo 80000 acres iu Lotiikaui Among thu nets of tho session relat ing to the courts -- vere these t Fixing tho fees iu the circuit eourt of appeals f rom the suureme court witlidruvjii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What t Waterloo Ind March I Two weeks oo Jacob R Hall nwd about 15 years who is entirely deaf and nearly blind was waylaid one night at Hamilton a small village near this city by footpads who learned that Hall had ro ceived two express packages during tho day ami said to contain LOCO Hall deposited those packages iu bank during the day Hall was assmlted anil left for dead For several d tys ho could no walk nor talk but when ho regained conscious noss ho seemed to labor under hallucinations and did not feel that his money was safe Ho withdrew tho two pack ages and took them to another bank When in the presence of his attorneys and others tho packages wero opened for tho first timo and no money was found Ono contained a Cleveland Post dated Fob tho other a Cincinnati Times of the fame date Hall declares some one lobbed htm Ho claimed to havo an interest iu au easern estate and had placed his caiins iu thu hands of nn attoniy of Cleveland for collation Saturday Hall took mi overdo u of morphine and was foaud dail yesterday morning Tho investigation ontiiuus as it is believed Hall Mas the victim of u grots fraud CONDENSED NEWS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 POWDER Celebrated for Its great leavening strength anil lieatthnilness Assures the food ngainst alum and all forms of adulteration oomraon to the cheap Irands ROYAL DAKINd FOUDER CO Absolutely Pure LODIBURG NKW VORK Mies Lillie Avitt went to Preston Monday Henry Kurlz of Webster was in tonn Sunday Sam Robertson of Pierce Is visiting relatives here Jim Carger of Preston called on Miss Lillie Avitt Sunday Miss Clara Payne of Cloverport ia visiting her parents here Mre Nora Koys after a pleasant visit here has joined her husbaud at HenderÂ¬ Â¬ V son Mrs Helen Compton and Klla Gibson OESTITUTON IN LOUISIANA Four Thoiiaiini In due Intlth Alone Are Memorial to King Icoree London March 1 Dispatches from Athens htato that a number of Cretan deputies headed by the bishop of Re timo have presented King George with n memorial This states in effect that autonomy instead of pacifying tho island will only pavo tho way for an Â¬ other revolution later on and still fur- Â¬ ther endanger tho peace of Europe and that therefore the Cretans aro tesolved to continue tho strugglo until political union with Greece their long cherished hope is realized It is reported that 300 more volunteers havo evaded tho blockado established by tho powers and landed safely on the southeast coast of Crete ICeports Made to Loudon T Cold well of Claiborne parish La is in this city trying to secure ud for the drouth stricken people in his parish In Claiborne parish which is my homo he siid there are about 12000 Thoy aro nearly all farm inhabitants ers thero being no cities in the pirisli Of thero 12010 a conservative estimate would place the number of destitute at about 4000 They aro botli uck and white and have come to this condition thiongh no fault of their Tho poorer classes havo now absolutely nothing to live on The state of Louisiana gavo fl5000 for the assistance of the district but this was mostly ex ponded in freight charges Tho farmers wero to pay 23 cents a bushel for tho corn Ouo would think that almost any one could raise 12 to get CO bushels of corn but thero wero hundreds who could not In this way tho poor got none of tho states donation Â¬ St Louis Feb in Mniit of 1ood 37 Mr J own Cnllictlon ir Intrrcntlni Itrnm nn Various Milijdt cinlly lrrpurid 1nr tlic llnl Ioulrr Dr John 1 Nuiirso ngi d 70 a promi nent phynlclun nnl Hotlvo citizen In polit ical religious mid fnitcrmil circles died at 1 minister U of pinlyais Ilea y 1 IauliM Jojgu Harvoy Innuistur I Hilihvln Jump letor John C Kvuns John V Cruni mid Zacli Mtai Kio man nil lawyers of Marlon 1ml have bien Indicted for nttcmpaJ bribery of a Ju y John li Leo aged 03 n member of thu famous Loo family of Vliniuin was fouiul dead lu bed at lilt home lu Fahinoat V a liavfng taken poison Dciiomlcncy over the leirut death of his wlfu uud siif fcilug fiom cancer ate the supposed cans m of tho act Ho k aves nine children all umirkd anil lu coinfo n ilc cltctiiu- A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fr StUtlLCS illimj und Ciiiiiiltle4 Frank Shannon a Iiiltlmoro and Ohio V shop employe at Ittke sbtug Va Mho wus struck by a lover while assisting lu raising a ear died of pa alysla Ills spluu havliit been broken L U Oswald of Alliance O a brake man working temporarily In thu Penn sylvania yard- - nt Tilllu O stum led ami tell while pulling n coupling pin He Mas run over and killed A M ieck ocil rvd on tho Chicago ami Alton rill oail ono mile e ist of Mar hall Mo which to lilted in thu death of Kn 5 Ktlult giuccrC aud Head llrakciuau l licmau Harry McClaln Charles itynial wiia badly iujired David Smith a farmer living threo miles east of Xcuaik Mat M aylald by tliroj highwaymen near Ids homo Ho resisted and they shot him iu thu breast Hu will probably live After robbing htm thoy escnpiil on a passing ficlylit train A big biilor hi tho pnveibouso of tlio Aeu hkt mi Is nt New Hcilforil Mass exploded Iirt i f ilo plant was wrecked aud a see o i of iho boiler crashed through the loot of ih i polic- - station a block away Manual Mciuloia tho fireman and Ar Â¬ thur Aspln wctc burned to death Half a do J u ollio s wero Injured Â¬ Tho latest advices London March from Canea report that flghiug Letween tho besieged garrison aud the Cretans continues Tho villages of Trikulana aud Nerokonro in the same district have been it is reported burned by Bashi Bazouks Fighting continues also outside of Caudia Tho Christians have repulsed the Turks The new military governor Tewlik Paiha arrived yestei day 1 Â¬ OILMILL FIRE EDEN FOR OFF THE ADAMLESS Nlucty Sevcn Hatchelor Sail Ior the South Sea Iilanil San FrANCisco Feb 26 The brig Percy Edwards has cleared for the Tahiti islands and with her goes the United Brotherhood of the South Sen Island The brig goes to Tahiti and fiom that port will sail wherever the fancy of those on board dictates The expedition was brought about by the publication in a local paper of a story to the effect that on St Johns island in the South seas were a number of dusky woman who wero pining for husbands All tho men had been killed in war and the women are very lonely A coinrany was organized in this city to go to the relief of tho dusky dunsels and on board the Edwards aro 07 men who sigh for the tropical climo aud tho easy lite of the South seas It has since developed that the Adam less Eden story was a myth but tho company organized here determined to Â¬ Ilniit uf NntloimlLluierd Oil Comimiiy at riqua O Destroyed Piqua O Feb 27 Early yesterday morning fire destroyed tho W P Orr mill No 2 belonging to tho National Linseed Oil company It is thought that spontaneous combustion caused tho fire The mill hud uot been in operation for sovenil years and was used as a storehouso for barley by tho Piqua Malt company Fifty thousand bushels of barley wero destroyed During tho lire a wall fell crushing a dwelling houso owned by the street railway company Just before tho Orr mill fire on alarm called tho department to the Leonard Daniels oilmilt but only slight damage was dono there Losses Mill and machinery of the National plant 45000 insurance 10500 loss on barley 22500 insured Â¬ Â¬ Sample are visiting relatives at this place Itev Iugtin8 did net fill his regular appointment at Walnut Grove Sunday on account of measles If you did not get a valentine you aro not it Every girl got coaiething less than a dozen but you cant get 0110 to feBs up Aimer Robertson after a pleasant visit to friends aud relatives left for his home iu Missouri February l3 Ho was quite a jolly fellow and every one was sorry to see him leave Kentucky Mr Sash Avitt and Miss Mattie Cash- man were married at tho tesidenco of the brides parent the Kith of February The bride was a daughter of Mr John Cash man and tho groom is a prominent farmer near this place The attendants were Misses Jacie McKaughn and Lillie Avitt und Messrs Craftoti Cashmnn Otis Stlfl and Uev I C Argabright was the Immediately after officiating clergymen tho ceremouy they left for the home of the groom whure a bounteous supper awaited them May peace aud prosperity be tlieirs through life is the wish of a friend Thero is nothing to good for the coughs and colds of the children ai d It babies as Dr llells cures croup whooping cough cold in the head and gives sweet refreshing sleep Children love it old people like It Gocd druggists sell it How a Preacher Paid Off a Debt The Rev Giorge W Drown of White county iniulo a curious revelation to his congregation Sunday Complaints havo been made that he was paying more attention to horse trailing than to preaching Hu felt called upon to give an explanation in his sermon Sunday to tho effect that although ho confined himsell to preaching he had sunk 1500 in dobt Hu said that he had a dream to the ellect that if he would go iuto horse trading he would remove the dobt He borrowed and inside of six 200 from a friend mouths was out of dobt He suggested that it was a mighty good busimss It had helped him and it would help them out Gainesville Ga dispatch to tlio New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ALL ON ACCOUNT OF A SANDWICH Ilillurts The elothlng llrm of Wllloughby Company Clioigi confesed judgment In tho circuit cmrt for t SI till In favor of the lo t Dcirliiirn National bank Slate Haul lxauiiucr O O Austin has closed thu Mitllanphy savings bank a stiuo limitation at -- t Louis which inn been iu oiu iitiui tuoru than 6 years On Kelt it the Hit lllot were t0JliU assuts ISOiJ 10 alifoof Ilulue Each man contributed f 100 to a common fund The old whaling brig Ed wards was bought aud provisioned and yesterday the expedition started Tho men aro provided with agricultural im plements aud several trades aro represented Thoy will look for some unin habited island and when they have found it thoy propose to settle down to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ go some place Driven a Farmer Intniie Tekrr IlAUrE Ind Feb 20 A story comes from Veedorsbnrg Foun tain county of tho Insanity of Joseph Taylor u but ignorant farmer It is said that his insanity was caused by blackmail At a political rally last fall Taylor took a sandwich from a lunch stand Tho proprietors saw him aud jokingly threatened to Illackinall Â¬ well-to-do Â¬ It Sld to Have easoj IN FORT WAYNE Illock Destroyed aud Tluee Fire have him arrested A few days ago Taylor roceived a no tico f roin a Torre Huute bank that his note for a largo sum wus due He admitted that no had signed the note oil demand of a man who claimed to represent the proprietors of the lunch stand They declaro that they authorized no ono to suo Taylor Â¬ Wnrro fins been appointed Charles po nmncnt iccclver for James Wallace foils brewers of Now York city IIU bond U 3U 0 0 The receivership Is the outgrowth ul ncuutioversy between tho sutu uf Jniiiui Walliioo deceased whosa estate was valued at 10 0O0 John 11 McLeans THE MARKETS ltcleiv or Iruln und Livestock Market Great Newspaper Iur Miircli 1 FIRE No More Hanging lu Ohio Cliivlniiitl Tobacco Murket Now Old Oiroiiug Hhds Ha7 tS- luru lladly Injured FoitT Wayne March I A most de- Â¬ ESCAPED THE CENSORSHIP Killed Washington Ind Feb 20 John O structive lire raged hero for seven hours An Account of lticeut Iluieiilnjn In Ilanlon engineer on tho Baltimore and yesterday and before it could bo subCuba Key West Fla March 1 Word Ohio Southwestern was run over and dued hud laid in ashes half of a prom business block entailing a loss of has reached hero that documents have killed by his own engine west of this inent 125000 Tho fire originated in the celbeen forwarded to the state department city He had stopped his freight train lar of Morgan Companys hardwaro at Washington for examination with and got uudor tho ougiuo to make some storo from a defective furnace and respect to tho cascs of Ruiz Scott aud repair when the sack of tho long train spread rapidly in all directions The other Americans similarly maltreated was taken up the impact forcing tho buildings owned by Margaret Hamilton engine over his body killing him ul incut by tho Spanish authorities Mary Williams and J O Mayer were Tho Cuban loader Roberto Bomindejs instantly Ho was 35 and leaves n wife and soon destroyed was wounded in tho recent fight at Mel Among tho principal suffeiers are who live in this city quizo Ho is in tho invalid hospital at childinsured for 5500 3000 of His lire Romary Goegleiu Company dealers was which Torro Hill Kircheim in doors aud glass Nathan he took out only a fow days ago palnco at Pinar del Rio has boon Tho cr paper dealers Julius Nathan whole fcitlo liquors Assistant Seiretnry of AtfHcuUiirs fired upon by tho insurgent leaders Mito Alexander Staub stove Suarcz aud Cordova Alejandro Washington Feb 20 It is stated dealer and Morgan Company hard General Rodriguez will succeed tho hero that J II Brigham of Dolta O waro dealers Tho total insurance amounts to about lato Goneral Aguirro in command of master of tho National Graugo has tho insurgent forced in tho province of been offered aud has accepted the office eooooo General Rodriguez comes Havana Three firemen were caught under secretary of agriculture to from tho eastern ond of tho island and of assistant O W Dabnoy of Tennes falling walls aud one Geoige Kliug succeed Mr man terlously hurt is appointed to his now command by see Thu latter is ready to rotiro at any Gouoral Maximo Gomez Two Men HloMU to Atomi timo to resume his duties as president A train was derailed by tho insur Â¬ Steuurnvrlk 0 Feb 20 By an gents between San Miguel and Jertico of tho University of Tennessee an office lii tho province of Havana and u fight which has boen held open for him explosion of nitroglycerin at tho nuiga zino of the ould oil field threo miles between tho insurgents who wero in through this administration ambush and tho train detachment folhouth of here Louis Cniry and Eugene Street Cnr Struck by a Train lowed Miss Cruiz of Toledo O was Aubukn N Y Feb 20 A dispatch Ralston employes of the Milllken and killed from Geneva says that a car on the Lehey Torpedo compauy wero blown All tho sugar cauo on tho ostato of tli9 A Geneva aud Cayuga Lake Street rail to atoms wero number of houses in w Manuel Culvod at Potngetoal Ma damaged Tho shock vicinity Â¬ mid containing six passengers was felt for five miles in all directions tauzas has been burned by the insurstruck by a New York Central passen The cause of the explosion is uot known gents General Rafael do Cardenas aud Judge ger train yesterday ono milo east of Didnt Know It Wi Loaded GouhiIo Jorrin well known citizens of that place and completely wrecked Georginna Dayton 0 Feb 20 Havana aro noyv in the San Cristobal Mrs Baldwin of Waterloo was fatally hilU Pinar del Rio at tho camp of injured Four other pasaongera were Ellis aged id residing at No 14 Stone General Ruiz Riviera offering tenns of fceriously hurt street wife of Harry Ellis a driver took them thero Willie Warron aged was shot CI4 and firlpf e Cure Ceo The guldo who that the inter- Â¬ Dr Mndenhslls Cold and Grippe yesterday byTho boy had a FJobert rifilb reports and views were of a friaudly charactpr Cure ia guaranteed to cure Cold La but didnt off it was loaded The A squad of troopa while reconuolter Grippe Headache Neuralgia Aching the neck below the chin lug among the nulroad line in the vi Feverish Conditions ProMraUon etc bullet enture died in 10 minutes She the woman olafty of Sab Cristobal Pinar del Rio Vnr th rvmah take Dr MendeBhalls and an Invalid The boy was arrested was fOHHd three dynamite peroasio bowba I Cough and CoBuption Cure All colored WWVloded lit Yjuhuw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Columbus 0 Feb 27 The stato board of pardons has recommended the commutation to life imprisonment of the sentence of Levi Martin Miller the only murderer in tho penitentiary an nex condemned to bo hanged tho others there having received electrocution sentences If Governor Bushuell acts upon the boards recommendation there prob ably will be no more hangings in the Miller shot Marshal penitentiary Shultz of Tiffin aud was tho cause of tho Tiffin riot Tho recommendation is upon tho ground of insanity Well Known lllver Man Drowned Poutsmouth 0 Feb 27 Roboit MoAllistor of South Portsmouth was drowned yesterday Ho was pulling a small steam launch into the wart room of tho York jallworks when ho nulled down a heavy iron lur overhead pin ning him in tho launch and sinking tho latter McAllister drowned before help could reuch him He was n well known river man His son Captain Jack Mc- Â¬ Allister is well kiioun horn Pittsburg to Cairo Special Duy at the Kiollloii Nashville Feb 37 The executive committeo of tho Tennessee centennial fixed the following special dates for important events Governors day June 1 to whioli the governors of all the states will bo Invited Kappa Alpha fraternity day June 15 Steuograpers day at the roqucs of the National Association of Stenographers Aug 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kecoips 1811 ho week juupriiu on ho St hhds ranged as 8 nttScdttJ Oi rSTiimlsiie follo 67 f lldS 111 W 107 16 31 IsdtU fcJj t IRttfll J llYtlla llf 61 tUi hints 1M o 3 ill J nlui 05 05 101 I I IU 11 fejll 70 10 81 ft 008W 2S fo1 1 Hojoo iou- - forihuwuuk Ao mil alo fuihuwcck for tho wool 161 6UT 045 t4 fUitill fj II 36 I 13 Catilj ill1 Cti I i33 Hots heavy IJ -h- AMl 0 - P tills dlU op-Kttra 1 t6dil7 75 rituiiiire Inu fl 7 lit 11 imu UOj stngi and coH f 7i light fj 6i3 V common to fair 13 5 1 feeders J hiinb 15 OJuii cimmnu 5 veal calves U fl HO UU tWBJ 80 good choice ft OOid 0 25 Cincinnati When -tf- jiiJ-IJj Com -- 3333 lo Ca tlo sclvOed iitiieliors J 11031 10 fair to J S13 T common f 500 medium f 3 U0 and prlinu butcher t 70 oomniou 13 it 33 packing 13 loioigh fJ 1103 5J tiheop fl 004 6 iJ3 lamb 3 ifidi 25 Hogs mixed 13 4 und J535 Ui lamb bulls 3 U33 0 35 most 13 l scion ed Clilcneo btitchor 3 rniloi II tOiJl Hi Cattlo Kiulvu lcors 2523 75 G5 It 0U1 tiueop 6035 New cows IJ Q 16 One American Arretted Mauhid Marsh 1 It is stated that au American t is uiuong those arrested during thu recent attack upoii tho bar racks nt Manila Do you want a permanent position If so write to The with good pay Hawka Nuwery Co Rochester N Y lamb II tOttJJ 6J A Ittlrjnmq fearfully Mangled Tolkimj Feb 20 A Mlohlgau Cen tral passenger train run down a milk wagon yesterday just north of this city John Li tlst a If the driver and the horscrt were instantly killed A piece ut wool was driven through Lidstaffs head and th remains of tho horses wero scattered a ug the track for soveral hundred feot Two Children Killed In Hunwy IUiiuiHBuno Feb 20 Two small children of Hubert Porria were killed by a runaway Iiono yesterday 1 Â¬ Cattlo 0041 Vrk fc5 Sheop J3 5031 50 1 Without a single exception there is beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United Slates than the Cincinnati Enquirer or a more successful publisher than its proprietor Mr John H McLean The old lime prices for the Daily Enquirer have been maintained and its circulation largely increased each year hard times and cheaper journals failing to arrest its onward march and high appreciation of the public for its true worth and merit The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year Mas offered at 50 cents a year and its circulation increased by the addition of over the most 200000 new subscribers substantial and coveted testimonial a publisher could desire When asked for the secret of such success Mr McLean frankly answers The Enquirer has no opinions to force upon its patrons it simply prints the facts and tells the truth that the reader may form his own opinions lty maintaining the price of the paper more news and greater variety can be furnished and every class of business interests catered to which a cheaper journal cannot afford The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large makes it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with eal and en- Â¬ terprise in minor matters as well a those of greater magnitude s Â¬ t 1 w m i jy ii jhtjftM 6 Breckenridge News 3 1897 THEX SIX PAGES BREOKRNRIDGK NEIWS GIaOYEURFORP KY WEDNESDAY MAKOIl Official Vote of the Republican Primary NOTICE Itatei for Announcement In these columns nre as follows Cash In advance In every caw Circuit Judge or Attorney flooo uuiuy vmicirs 500 CIRCUIT IUUOK ol the 9th Judical Districts subject to the action of mo inmgcTKuc pariy i recognize tne imcago lltUbrm of 1896 at the true espocrn of llrmociatic principle T K M HEATH I am a candidate for te electlon Nourish Him 6it 118 1100 The Cloyerport Hotel NOW THE J CI m Circuit f udce January nt 1897 COMMON WE A ITI IS AIT Oil N EV Commonwealths Attorney of the 9th Judicial Dis trict of Kentucky subject to the action of the WrEU SCHKLK Democratic party lata a candidate for reelection to the ollice of Countyjudge Am County Attorney Miller Etkridge County C erk Cunningham Sh- - rli- fllurtnn Jailer Day llawVilS bhel man Assessor Comer S1I10M Siiieriiident tiriikeii Surveyor H00V Jy Ieatherford flail cullCltik 7A 145 M034360AS17 32 75 18 411 I Si ta H 7 i It si vJ C n II 41 21 sa 37 41 4 M III 7 21 2 33 JO 17 39 2 61 4T ti 41 1U 73 42 87 89 11 64 TO 31 77 13 01 0 67 2o M 81 f6 t 49 4 W 2 41 IXJ f9 11 48 40 80 61 28 91 20 IK 0 32 31 70 74 64 11 3 33 1 810 419 1179 914 397 146 114 6 70 01 7 0 27 18 21 rtl 37 18 69 61 14 68 Iailsh 20 4 fO 27 3 10 67 2l f2 6 la 78 11 7 11 M 12 0 10 3 37 3 4 0 A 30 2 2 0 3 31 1 lj 12 FUSION ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB SKNATOIt Ietklnt 9 2 13 122 129 39 1 12 4 1 0 24 62 13 11 2 22 0 29 64 CO a 81 10 13 V 8 1 3 1 7 10 127 2H 117 76 0 24 21 41 0 67 01 44 6J 47 t7 M 21 48 18 l6 VI F4 fij 4 31 17 65 M 41 21 58 42 31 68 63 41 21 8 21 IT E are authorized to announce K11S1IA ASM Tf CKArT at a candidate for the Stale Senate subject to the action ol the Democratic taty late 31 2 10U 42 41 23 21 19 29 4 W 31 25 22 S3 41 32 31 31 29 20 29 46 T8 SO 714 31 15 23 68 77 13 680 6 612 COUNTYJUDCE K are authurlred to pnnounce W K MINOR W at a candlJtte forjudged IlrrckenrldueCoun ty bubject to the action ot the Democratic Con entlon Saturday March Sth 1897 of Ilreckenridge county luhject to the action ol the Ucmocraiic convcntionMarch 8th 1097 to announce T II WK are authoiUidcandidate lor County 1IKN- ludtzc DKKSONas Itoyalty Coroner Spencer Hepresentatlve Ilaswell 35 63 14 30 3 49 19 9 4 10 12 20 4 18 40 01 31 41 41 31 10 47 f 102 60 29 42 70 17 62 41 21 32 0 30 1 uch 19 U2 37 207 word We can core no disease unless we can keep op the paÂ¬ tients strength An6 theres only one way to do that feed him Bot if the system rcfoses Then use SCOTTS food EMULSION of Cod liver Oil It goes with Hypophosphites STRAIGHT TO THE BLOOD stops the wasting rekindles the vital fire makes new flesh and so renders a hopeful fight possible against ANY disease Especially is this so in bron- Â¬ chial and lung troubles In the relief and core of which Scotts Emulsion has won its reputa- Â¬ tion Book about it free Scotts Emulsion is no mysterious mixture Thats the whole secret In a MITCHELL torn to top HOUSE bot- - j t t j Ik CO lias been thoroughly renovated from Rates 200 per day QI VV All of the rooms equipped with J new Furniture Stop with us and be convinced W r i MllilliJUL JLTOp tu ea V t use ror ramiiy or leoiciu it VPITT -- Tn VVVV w A TrT irji ill b th a W ar ifc w 00 51 03 42 2 32 70 iiri and infinitely preferable to the It is palatable ClllCUIT CLKItK Wl tt a candidate for Circuit Cltrk County Subject to the action ol the Demo ctalic Convention bjluulay Mann Sth 1897 ate authorized to announce JESMi II MIL are authorized to announce IUCIIAIID S hKIlIMAN at a candidate fur re election to the office of Circuit Cleik orilrttkcmidite County Subject to the action of the Democratic Convention Saturday March Slh 1897 IOHbllKKIIT KICIlAltl WK are authorized to announceMierilT bubject W at a candidate lor to the action of the Democratic Convention March 8th S7 With the following dimities C K Iliht fout Clovcrport Scott Cart Union btarand Cnas II Miller Ilardinsburg FOR JAILER to anion enridRe cratic Convention Saturday March 8 l87 authorized WK arecandidate forto announce J D HEELER a Jailer of llrtckcnridge Coun ty Subject to the action of the Democratic Con- Â¬ vention Saturday March 8th i8j7 a candidate MllIIilt al Subject thelor Jailer County are authorized to announce IAIAYETTK of llieik f the Demo Wb annniinro ths week Klisha Ash Gov Rradley has given it out that lie will convene the Legsature in txra craft of Made county for tho Stato Sssion March 21 Ho holds that the Senate sul j ct to the will of the Demosession should continue sixty day the cratic party Mr Aslicruft is a native of Meade county a plain practical farmer same length of time as the regular session and an hourt t conscientious man He has alwaj h ht en a Democrat up to a few President elect McKluIey and party years apo when h jiined tho Topullst left Canton Monday night in n special party and Kllilated wiili them until re- Â¬ train for Washington lie dined yester cently when he c4iuo hack to his old Wash Â¬ love day with Iicsident Cleveland He Is a stiong believer in free sil ington is expecting 250000 visitors to the ver and hn done somo good work for Inauguration services the cause in his county He is popular with the masses has the endorsement of District Democratic conventions to the Di mocratB of his county and if rjiven nominate candidates for the various the nomination we think ho can be county ofllcrs will he held thioiighout elected enslly the county next Saturday Snllicient interest should he manifested in thiBu CONVENTION meetings to hring out a very large vote Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L H ft W TIME TABLE S0IR0 WltT Htmen er Dtll trr lltrdlnibuTg12 OOIHO 21 pm mark on salmon colored wrapper Get the genuine For sale at 50 ct and 100 by all druggists SCOTT BOWNE plain oil The genuine has our trade Â¬ Pure CM Jpple JJrandy T iait 730 am Kamenger Dally arr Ilardlnibarg KewYork HARDINSBURG Miss Hattie May left last Wednesday for Montana Mrs BRANDENBURG Anno Nevitt has returned from Woodland Mrs J D Hlchardson entertained the Mite last Friday night Misses Maltie and Mabel Shacklett spent Saturday and Sunday in town The Ohio looks like n raging lion but it is pieting its wrath is appeased The measles has about made its last bow after being ugust in almost eyery I make a 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 packages securely and 97 goods 1175 Pcr gaon I o - b scaled and shipped on short notice II e 81 Icl o tl a SMITH Andyville Ky Mr P M Beard and wife are in Louis- Â¬ ville this week Ask your druggist or merchant for Dr Shooiis remedies Mifs Payne of Stephensport to the Cour Called For May 27 To Nominate Car- are authorized tu announce lOHN W ier Journal says Dr Gardiner of Madi- n candidate for tiiUr nf IlKAUCilAMl at didates For Circuit Judge and Â¬ llreckenndge County Subject to the action ol the sonville has been oflered and has acDemocratic Convention March Sth 1897 Commonwealths Attorney cepted the superintendence of the Wiiaiare nuthoiized to announce ofWM U Western Kentucky Lunatic Asylum for a candidate for taller llrerk Dr Gardiner is a native of rnridgc County HARDINSBURG THE PLACE Subject to the action Cf the thelntane A Democratic Convention March 8th 1897 Hoikinsvillb dispatch Ilardinsburg SIIKII The Demrcrats of the Ninth Judicial Tiik Republican ticket made up at last district aro hereby i oifl d that there Saturdays primary is about as strong n will be and is now called a convention cure S A Pate aud It N Miller are authorized to nnnouace IEK WALLS one as they could have put out Jiut to met tut Ilardinsburg in Breckenridge ft Sun WK a candidate for Jailer of Ilrtckenride County Subject to the action of the Democratic party the D mocrats by wise judiciousaction county on Thursday May 27 1897 at 1 day for Washington City to attend County Con 1rccinct Conventione March 6h can knock it out in November JmjI them oclock p m for the purpose of nomina McKinleys inauguration scntion March Sth Comp Henderson and Mej ir IVrn get on their best behaviour therefore and ting a candidate for the ollice of Circuit are authorized to announce SCOTT MOR ION at a candidate for Jailer of Ilrrckrnridgc select the very best men Judgo and Commonwealths Attorney Minor candidates for County Judge County Subject to the action of the Democratic were both here last Sunday respectively Convention March Slh 187 The many friends of Mr 1 F Beard The delegates to mid convention are The Geo Kurts land near Webster JOHN COOK WE are authorized to announceJailer subject to will be pleased to learn that his health is to be chosen as follou li cinct meet Â¬ will be sold at tho court house door the Cum r at acandibitc for the action ot the Democratic convention March improving nud his trip to Florida is doing ings are to hd held at the several voting third Monday in this month 8th 1897 him good Kverybody hopes that he places in each of the counties composing The Homo and Foreign Missionary SUPERINTENDENT OK COMMON ScTlOOLS may return home fully restored to his the Judicial district mi Puu day May societies will hold their meetings this are authorized to announce KIM III I We publish an interesting let- 21 at 2 oclock p rn solar time for the week vAr HAItMAN at a candidate lor the nlbr nt health with Mrs V G Babbage County Superintendent of SchooN Subject to the ter from him in this Issue purpose of selecting and instruiting del 01 mo democratic parly March 8th 1897 action Misa Eva Hensley returned home last egates to a conwiition to be held at the week after a are authorized to announce FRANK A veiy pleasant visit with Mr The vote in the national Houee for an county 8at of each county on Monday I1KAVIN at a candidate for the office of J W LewiB family at Brandenburg County Superintendent of Common Schools of monetary conference was May 21 at 10 oclock p in solar time llreckenrldge county subject to the action of the international Mrs Thomas Ditto of Meade county nearly unanimous There could bo no which convention shall appoint and in icmocranc convention iiarcn s 1897 clearer admission of the strong silver sen struct deegatee in a manner hereinafter has been here during the past week vis- Â¬ COUNTY CLKIiK timent in this country Though such a to be described to the district conven- iting her mother Mrs Lucretla Moor authorized to announce ASIA WK are at a candidate fur County M HAR conference would be likely to amount to tion above mentioned The precinct man Clerk ot llreckinridge county tubject to the action of the louulijt Convention March Slh and the buiion nothing the vote of lost Friday was an shall be allowed one delegate in the IATLo3 Meyer purchased one of the finest Ticket acknowledgment of our nectHsity for county convention for every fifty votes saddle horses in the county last week silver ASSESSOR or fraction over twenty five cast for tho and paid a very handsome price for Win 1 Bryan ticket at tit No him are authorized to announce O E MORRIS WE llewleyville at a candidae for Alienor Deputy Warden Burrel Beard of the vember electionElectoral and tho countiesÂ¬ Mr B F Bjard writes frjm Florida of 1801 of llreckenrldge county with the following deputies Kddyville penitentiary was at ilardinsJ ACoomca of Kirk W N iibmn of LooiburRi Bhall be allowed ono delegate for every that his health is very much improved loui O Ilradly ol McDanicIt subject to the action burg last Saturday and to our corres200 votes or fraction over 100 cust for He Is able to walk about most any- Â¬ ol the Iopulm Convention March Sth and the Fusion licket pondent there denounced as false the above named ticket at said election where charges preferred against him In State T I are authorized to announce C A IENICK It is the will of tht committee that the Mr Weed Chelf of Eizibothtown TV ol Irvfngton lit n mndldatt lur Atfpunr nf Examiner Lesters report that he had sentiment of each precinct in the coun was hero last Friday He camo over to llreckenndge County with the following deputlet Robert Orrgory Hudsonville Hen Iaul Mattlng been neglecting his duties at Kddyville tits shall be exprtssed in tho district be present at the meeting of the District lv T II Squires Sample tubject to the action ol the Iopulist Contention March Slh and the Fusion He says the report was gotten up through convention So the county conventions committeemen Ticket partisan malice and he has no fears of aro notifl d to Instruct their delegates to The suit of A M Pulllam against to announce WILLIAM T cast the vote in the district convention WE are authorized candidate for Attestor sub being disturbed by the Commitsoners nt a Matthias Miller for the recovery of the jert to the action of the Iopulist convention March sj as to give each candidate tho benefit old T M Miller homestead was contin- Â¬ Nth I8j7 with the following deputies Tone Oliver The Courier Journal says There will of the vote ho received in each precinct ued at last Cutler Littleberry Dowell Slephtnsport court be heavy bidding between the Barber m reported to the county convention CONSTAI1LK Tho following defeated candidates in All known I mocrats and Democratic Asphalt Company and the Breckinridge authorized to HOARD WK urecandidate for announce DOLlH Ilardins Â¬ Asphalt Company over tho work to be youths who will attain their majority the late Iiepubllcan primary were here a Constable In the burg District Subject to the action of the Demolet by the Board of Public Works this prior to the Nuvdinber election in 1897 Monday Bion Jolly ltbert Wtather cratic Convention Monday March Slh tSoj year Each company declares that it will and all reputab e persons who will agree ford and Wm Hawkins Goon iiyk Grover bid lower than the other and do better to support tho Democratic nominees for VFour new members were taken into work The peoplo of this county are Circuit Judge and Commonwealths At- ttt Baptist church and baptized last KeiIJiiucan candidates aro not so plen Interested in this fight and are watching torney are cordially invited to take part Sunday night They were Arthur Scott Joe Ditto Alley DeJernette and Nola tiful as they wore a week ago it with interest The succecs of the in the convention Breckenridge Asphalt Company means a It shall be the duty of the Chairman Hensley Next Monday will be a red hot day at big outlay of money and plenty of work of each county committee to notify his The assessors report of tho total fellow committeemen of the time and anouut of property listed in tho county Ilardinsburg Democracy will bo on tap for idle men here last year amounts to 3102003 He also manner of holding this convention The population of this county in The Bay Vleers of Irvingtou are a Jeea Whitworth Clim Breckenrldgo Co reports ninty seven deaths in the county last year 174 marriages and 275 births cr used last year by births over deaths handsome intelligent hard working J D Hamilton Chm Meade Co 178 body of noble women They are doing It II Kikridge Chm Hardin Co DfThe following devorces were granted during the last term ct court a good work not only for their own com- Â¬ W B Hill Grayson Co Laura The United States Building and Loan munity but it is reaching out to other Ilardinsburg Feb 20 1897 Hambleton from Nulson Hambleton Association was another big institution sections of the county They are all Caroline Withers from Henry Withers Hows This to go to tho wall in L ouisvillo last week good friends to the Neb they speak Laura Garner from J S Garner John Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Ueward Beauchamp from Nora L Beauchamp well of it in their meetings contribute to The hardest thing for tho defeated its columns subscribe and pay or it ah for any case of Catarrh that can not be Mary E Clalber from Jacob Caiber candidate to do is to forget the fellow of which tho News appreciates God cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Angaline Gray from Joe Gray who promised to support him and didnt bless tho good women We had rather F J CHENEY A CO Props Toledo O Burrel Beard Deputy Warden of tho We the undersigned have known F J doit have them on our side than to be Sena Eddyvllle IVneteutiary as here last Cheney for the last fifteen years and be Saturday He came tor up to attend tho lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus Uepubl cm palmary Advertisements in the Bmeckkxriduk election aud put in iueBS transactions and financially able to News have moro readers In Breckenridge what work he could for Bonie of his The Congress of mothers which re- Â¬ out any obligations made by their friondson and Meade counties than all other pa cently assembled at Washington had up carry the ticket When accosted pers by the News representative and asked if for discussion the rearing ot children a firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ he question hearing considerable impor-Â¬ hadnt better bo at Eddyvllle looking Marvim after his own scalp Mr Beard said he The country store keeper hardly ever tance Just what conclusions they do O j Walding Kinnau Wholesalo Druggists Toledo Ohio handles any monoy He simply ex- reached we do not know But tho pracwas in no danger whatever that the Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internal- Â¬ Commissioners had alnady changes his goods for eggs chickens and tical side of the question is jtmd strict- Â¬ bean down ly acting directly upon tho blood and produce ly in the homo life The only trouble mucoui surfaces of the system Price investigated matters for themailves and he was In no fear cf being romoved to be feared among the mothers is that 7Sc per bottle Sold by all Druggists That wholesale indictment against the many of them are too much inclined to Testimonials free He said he proved by good Democrats publit officials of Louisville is a sweet concern themselves about public matlcs of Eddyvllle that his duties had been The Dally Ofipatch colored geranium to go before the coun- Â¬ and neglect the home the one thing Louisville Feb 27 Articles of In kept up and nothing had been allowed try Yet the Republican party is one of dear to them in this life corporation for the Dispatch Publish to go wrong through hlj carelessness great moral Ideas ing company wore filed In the county The Commissioners returned satisfied dorks ollice this afternoon Besides with matters bo far as ho was concerned David B Hill of New York Bhyav lias again taken the lectSenator WJ operating a publishing house it is the He felt sure however that the clerk and ure platform Ills first appearance was In a recently published article declares Intnntlou of the company to print a the Democracy made a grave mis Â¬ dally newspaper to be known as tho one ot the guards would be removed la New York whore he lectured on the that Louisville It money question Ho was greeted by a take in making the free coinage of silver ocratic freeDispatchpaper will be a Dem- Â¬ silver How la This OiTer the solo issue in its Chicago platform large and enthusiastic audience Tho company is capitalized It caught the Populists he says but 000 the stock hiing divided at 100 On receipt of ten cenr cash or stamps iuto Tint recent failure of bo many large drove from the party a large number of 000 sharer at 5 each The incorpora- Â¬ a generous sample will be mailed of the tors and the amount of stock taken by most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever commercial institutions in the couutry Democrats and destroyed party unity follows is a strong evidence that our volume of The Indianapolis bolt was a natural con- Â¬ each are as Allen It William 10J Balrtf Cure Elys Cream Balm sufficient to 10 shares Carter shares money isnt sufficient to do the business sequence Just so but that Chicago H A Enloe 10 shares Samuel Averitt demonstrate Kb great merit Full size or that great incompetency exists on tho convention was regularly called and the 40 shares J T ONeal 20 shares 50o part of the management of such concerns platform adopted by a majority of its Ewing Eachm 10 shares Wallace Mc- Â¬ ELY BItOTHEKS Failures are occurring every day and members and it was therefore returned Kay 4 Bharea and Brent Attainder 4 6G Warren St New York City shares among those institutions regarded in the a true bill Tho Indianapolis crowd A friend advised me to try Elys Cream Uev S U Shelley will hold church Balm and after using it six weeks I be- Â¬ business world as being all right There therefore are responsible for the break at Holt Chapel Saturday is something radically wrong the which The Democratic party seems to be all conference I oclock and will preach evening at Sun Â¬ lieve myself cured of Catarrh It is a apostles of Bound monoy seom to be right yet but it is the Indianapolis crowd day morning at 11 oclock and here at most valuable remedy Joseph Stewart the that needs straightening 024 Grand Avenue Brooklyn N Y unable to give a sufficient a ssver ftJOOCIOCK cf lirecken ridge County Subject to the action of the Demo cratic Convention March Sth 1897 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- WK are authorized to announce It at u candidate for Jailer A is visit- Â¬ ing Miss Maggie Scott if you have Hheumatirm Dr Shoops remedy will cure you family Miss Jennie Warfleld Cbverport is Medical Association last Thursday It visitiug here this week was well attended and much inteiest is Uev S K Breeding will prach again always manifested to night on the subject of Sanctificitlon Thanks to Mrs Editor for the supple- Â¬ Miss Until Miller fell at the school ment to N Y Times to 8fo tho gorgoous week and was right badly house costumes of the Bradley Martin ball hurt Miss Annie Richardson and Mrs Geo For dyspepsia indigestion or liver com- Â¬ Brown spent Friday night with Mrs W plaint Dr S mops lUsorative is a sure f Grinuell and attended the Commence lat ment Miss Emma Dee McGehee will commence a school in the lower Bottom She has quite a nice little school Emma is a bright sweet girl and will do her duty in the school room I did say I was afraid to name the pret Â¬ tiest baby Well I havnt seen half of them but If there Is one any sweeter or any prettier than little Mary LouIbo Woodson I will pronounce It a prodigy in the line Bro Phillip Jenkins duliycrcd two ex cellent seimous last Suuday at tho Bap tist church The singing was lino an excellent choir with all the parts well sustained Miss Ada Brown is an excellent organist All out for Washingon City the Mec ca just now of this fair America if you have the free silver or tho sound money to take you thura The Cabinet will not have n Southern man Ill not go for spite Miss Lena Dcury sang Calvary at the Commencement and was warmly en- Â¬ cored She responded by rendering ono aanzi of Uock of Ages in her dramat- Â¬ ic style Mifs Lena has won all our hearts and we wish she would linger yet longer Mrs S 0 Malin has returned from Vine Groye where she went to see her mother who was quite sick and to see her biother Mr Tom Robinson and Miss Mary Watheu united in marriage both of whom are well and kindly known here and to whom we extend good wish Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ es galore Miss Agnes Worland attended tho mar riage if Mr Roberts and Misa Nellio Henry last Wednesday The bride is a stylish brunette aud was becomingly at Â¬ tired in a handsome gray cloth The groom Is popular and well known as a sterling good fellow A reception follow ed the marriage Hearty congratula1 Â¬ Â¬ here Mies Lillle we dont mean to give up all our girls bo you change your plans We wcro much pleased to greet the worthy Editor ot our newsy News Iait Saturday p m He was just In from the and of course Rpubicau Primary was looking his best Miis Washington makes two trips weekly to Stephensport where sho haa a music class Miss Washington is an en- Â¬ ergetic and capable pianist and we wish her unlimited succ ea When in town dont forget to call at the new hardware store of T N McGlothlan he will take pleasure in show ng you anything from a threshing ma Â¬ chine to the ten cent counter Msi Agnes Worland who came out from Bandenburg to attend two wed Â¬ ding festivities returned home Saturday She is a charming young lady and we shall he pleased to meet her again soon MS 1 L rabirt of Oivensboro Mrp Dr Smith Mr Kirby Chambers Louis- Â¬ ville Miss Alice Mattingly Cloverport Miss Agms Worlam Brandenburg Mrs Rave Hoary Jr West Point Mr ard Mrs Worland Carter G lis ton all attend Â¬ ed tho Henry Rubers nuptials Mtases Julia and Maggie Greenwood utertainad a number of young people aud relative on the evening of the 21th from 7 to 11 oclock in honor of the mar Â¬ riage of their nephew Floyd Rob rts to Mips Nell Henry The quaint old home- Â¬ stead around which so many pleasing memories cling wa aglow of warmth aud light aad beauty Tho doors of the entlro house were thnwn open to the gueBta and amid the pleasure of tho social games etc time dance sped all too soon Supper was served at 8110 oclock in a dining nom tastefully decorated with stately palms and trailing s nilax which contrasted harmoniously with the decorationsof the tables in pink aud white aglow with the glitter of sil- Â¬ ver aud crystal The menu prepared by the hostess Mies Julia was perfect in every detail aud the artistic taste of Misa Maggie certainly spent itself in the beau- Â¬ ty of the decorations and the lovely little souvenirs prepared by tho young lady herself in the form ot cards bearing quo- Â¬ tations from favorite authors dainty lit Â¬ tle bows of white eatin adorned the upper left hand corner while the mono- Â¬ gram of the happy pair reposed snug ly lencith These little mementos of the delightful evening will be long cher-Â¬ ished by the fortunate ones who posess them Â¬ tete-a-tete Â¬ Â¬ Get Babys Picture grow up before you Baby 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 11 KNIGHT The Photographer CLOVKIUOIIT KY iXSSXs I Captured For The Spring rr TradeI - have just purchased for the Bpring trado the largest and most varied lino of Spring Dress Fabrics everehown 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 the most important to tho buyer are also right COME IN And take a look at our Boautiful Patterns Satteens for Spring from 10 cents up Amaranths lovely new patterns prices cut to 6 cents good Valencia Jaconets widths at 10 centBjup Faucy line newsprints beautiful new styles at Scents Percales at 5 1012 1 2 and 15 cents per yard 30 inches wide Nansooks Dimitya Lappet Mull all beautiful patterns at popular prices Beautiful line of dresslinens all fast colors lowor than ovor Cash and country produce taken in exchange for any of tho abovo goods Como jid Bee us while the EtockuU fresh and new Â¬ Â¬ tions Tho Meade J County Commencement exercises came off as announced last Saturday and was a perfect success The program was carried out without a rip ple as smooth as smooth could be The graduates have been mentioned in this column They acquitted themselves with credit Mr W D Aehcraft presented the diplomas with appropriate remarks It is through hia efforts his ptiBh and interest that this Commencement was held and diplomas awarded He in the rivht man in the right ollice Prof A C Burton dollvered a pretty racy logical address to tho graduates Mr Burton deals in well Bounded smooth sentences and makes flue illustrations to carry them out Tho young ladies and girls all looked as sweet and pretty as the poets proverbial dream Hanrv Roberts lUne Â¬ of the prettiest home weddings recently waB that of Misa Nell Henry and Mr Floyd Roberts at the home of the bride Falrvlew on tho afternoon of the 24th Promptly at 3 oclock the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IRVINGTON Dr Moorman well ho smilts Miss Ien a Simmons is the proud po sessor of a brand new piano We are all pleased to have our own Miss Beulah Bennett home again Little Miss Fanny Kennedy entertain- Â¬ ed a number of her young friends Satur Â¬ day p in They roport a pleasant time Two of our popular young gents Mr Kidman and Dr L B Moorman were guests at the Henry Roberta reception Miss Maggie Carter accompanied by her friend Miss Matllngly was guest of Miss Hanks awhile Saturday afternoon It is a much mooted question why with all our attractions one young man of our town persists in bi weekly trips to our uolghboriug town Miss B ttie McGehee left Saturday to take a position as tfaclier In a private family at Long Branch We wish her every success with a speedy return Misa Lillle McGlothlan contemplates a protracted stay in Louisville soon Look bridal party entered the parlor which had been darkened and lighted by artifi cial lights tastefully decorated with smllax and growing plants making it all seem a summer dream indeed Tho ceremony was performed by Rev Father Carroll Miss Maggie Carter maid of honor and Mr Tom Lyddan best man The brido wai etylishly gowned in a neat traveling suit while the groom was attired In tho conventional black After receiving congratulations from a host of friends and partaking of light refresh- Â¬ ments the happy pair left for Sunny slope the homo of the grooms aged grandfather where a reception from 7 toll was given them The young peo ple were the recipients of a number of handsome presents and if there be any Â¬ thing in symos thelrs wllleurely be a auushluy life for the day was all that the fa rest brld might wish Â¬ W E BROWN IRVINGTON KY 5iXssXS5 1 LUMBER Your wants can be supplied Frlcea aro right BUGGIES WAGONS f Â¬ Â¬ My line Is extensive Con- Â¬ sult mo before making a purchase cFarmers you make a mis take by buying olsewhere FARMING IMPLEMENTS Dentistry I low many people in this county nrc suffering and in bad health just from their teeth and nt very little cost could be saved and probably be the means of restoring their health Has this ever oc- Â¬ curred to you J am fully prepared to do all kinds of Dental work reasonable Can always be found at my oiiice over Martins Can furnish anything re quired by a farmer at exceed- Â¬ ingly low figures R S Bandy rvington Ky f AwigftMt JD Allprmivavlnirotalaw Baelor due th verified tfatatt h tints nt mIjhH r V Iftl M pro ubm Mktr mo la Itwtintburg properly day oIMay 1897 oa ar bbni Im MATTHIAS MILLER Assignee Vtiif urug oiore Qtif Dr J L MOORMAN f All mmm 1Jvlg analnst Waier 8 fwuwv nUiaed will present tin tame pro Jerly proven to 14m uogmlgnwl on or before the sjih Jiy veruort p w t nuunaiAn wunii AMt Lt Jfcfr ti n j 4f4r tieWr 4 TMsv THR BRKGKENRIDGR NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY I 1 Breckenridge Kews I WEDENSDAY MAKOII 3 1897 know crammed by some ot them with book knowledge as a Strasburg goose is crammed with meal tempted to decep- Campaign Nonsense Mr Editor I write to yot Hut not to ttll Joti tomelhlng new Hut first to aate to ynu the eve Of our net Post OftVe rat e And here Ill aiy tr ere Is nt latk Ofupplcnnlson thla new track Of eoutic I cannot apeak ufuP WlmM answer il the roll woM call All seem to think cur Mr Hanks Should not tie counted in the I links for four long years hes had his pie 50 the y can tee no ri nsnn why lie should ntt gl lintly step down And plve some g nd Itrpulillran the cron I lnre Henry ll ch wr uld like llio nr And sur ly tie might win thu rn e If he could only get n lift And would not go rn wlntfi to i swift Who thlnka lhit he Hut we woud rather And help to cure up I here la Mrs Lay CUSTER spoken of as our next We wish him success Magistrate Mr Mich Meyer had a very Que colt tn get badly crippled Saturday night lid McOullli mss In own lust week selling tloctor books and com shellers W II Â¬ Board Is tion by varlons marking systems driven into lying by harnh unfeeling treatment Rambling Thoughts at home and is then expected to turn iiy nkmo Inio asane well rounded person If he Copyrighted fulls and brings thame on himself nnd family then up fo the hands iu aston sSlialt we search around or an llhistraklou that portrays a too common idea of ishtneut that such a thing could b Ab well might you expect to gather the child mind Malaya grapes from n wild vine or find a living lamb in the cuvo of a Hon To produoo tlio famous Struaburg pales Dangers of tho Grip deoiegran luckless get si are shut up In coops bo small that the birds can neither The greatest danger from Li Grippe Is turn nor flip their wings nor even of its resulting in pneumonia If nusin preen Ihe feathers Several times a dny able caro is used however and Cham Â¬ each unhappy goose is forced full of food berlains Cough Itemedy taken all dan- Â¬ The result of ger will be avoided Among the tens of by a feeding machine this concentration of efforts upon ono or- thousands who have used this remedy gan is very quickly seen In two weeks for lagrlppe we have yet to learn of a h large sturdy bird Is reduced to a loul single case having resulted in pneumoand living skeleton but the desired ef- Â¬ nia which shows conclusively that this fect has been produced upon the liver remedy is a cerlian preventive of that which now weighs tno to three pounds dread disease It will effect a perma- Â¬ nent cure in lefs time than any other The 125 and 50 cent sz a for U there not something akin to this in treatment Bale by A It Fisher Druggist tlio methods applied to children by and tacitly approved of y indifferent parents Without thought How It Happened a child being possessed of rtny other New York Times organ beside a brain and any other func- Â¬ Ex Gov Altgeld being now a man of tion beyond the acquirement of facts considerable leisure has found time to and any other responsibility apart from write a long letter explaining how it earning a living the little creature is happened that he aud his frlondsdid not stuffed with instruction not education win the recent election in Illinois and in its best sense until its limbs Jork vehemently denouncing the wlcktd way from overstrained nerves A sure proof in which their undoing was brought of the artual damage of such training about He says the plot was concocted both to the child and to the community three years ago and that ever since then is found in the fact stated by iorbee the managers of the Kepublican machine Winslow the famous authority on the liavo been busy in so arranging things brain that infant Prodigies seldom do that they could with safety defeat by well in after life because of fraud the will of the people as expressed in one direction and neglect at the Presidential election This they of training in another the result being did it seems by going into every county that they are easily led away by tempta aud bringing about the election or aption and often go to the bad when pointment of Judges and Cerks of Elec All tion who would obey any orders from thrown on their own resources thinkers most fully acknowledge the the machine leaders The nextstep was need of braln culturo at a means of to secure control over the States attor- Â¬ broadening the life and enabling the in- Â¬ ney in order that friends and servants dividual to acquire a consciousness of of those leaders might escape indictment other things beyond those that he can no matter what ciimes against the ballot touch and tssto and handle in his own laws they should commit After these neighborhood For instance Without elaborate preparations had been made the power to read our lives are apt to the result of the election was a foregone remain as narrow as those of savages conclusion and Mr Altgeld claims only Cut it is a mere dream to suppose that an academic interest for the figures by a knowledge of all the rivers of all the which he proves that in Chicago alone continents with length breadth and over 72000 votis were cast in excess of characteristics will deter little pilfering the number accounted for by the in- Â¬ lingers from taking another scholars crease in population Tlio excess for the lunch You may drag the child through whole State ho declares was 157223 miles of arithmetic and over mountains nays the ex Governor Loss of office of spelling you may whirl it through pathetically does not hurt me but the the univeiss till its knowledge is marvel- Â¬ instruction of our institutions must ous to relate but all such brain develop- Â¬ bring forrow to the whole human race ment will not save your sweet little girl and in conclusion ho says So great is from the corruption of the boy with un- Â¬ the suffering of our people and so strong Where is the up the cry for relief that I not only hope restrained passions lifting power of vulgar fractions or the that Mr McKinleys Administration will heart training in repeating the bounds bo a success but I most fervently hope Though wo that he may be able to deliver the good of the Mediterranean sea speak with the tongues of savants and times and prosperity that were promised treasure facts like the miser treasureth No matter how I might otherwise feel gold though we compass all knowledge about it when a great nation is in disso that we can name the Btars in their tress and crying for relief no political couiSS and the strata in their order yet jeaousy can be tolerated for a moment without judgment we are nothing On the other hand if our institutions aro And judgment cometh not by know- Â¬ to indure then steps must be taken to ledge forced into the brain and appeal- Â¬ make it impossible to repeat the work of Judgment and last fall If corruption and crime can ing only to memory conscientious conduct are part of the control the elections of America then heritage of the race inherent and capa- the flag lias been robbed of its glory the bly of development in each normal child doom of tlie toiler is scaled and the fu Â¬ They are strengthened by the play- Â¬ ture generations will simply bo born in ground and the home by the personal to sorrow All of which shows that el- Â¬ influence of the teacher and the parent oquence and fine phrase can be used for aaUhat any who thinks duty to the child more purposes than one corupleted by books alone are cruel to Far be it child and traitors to the race From Cripple Creek from me to belittle the brain for by its progress of the After the big fire at Cripple Creek I powers the material world baa reached its present height and took a very severe cold and tried many far bo it from anyone else to belittle the remedies without help the cold only beheart with its social instincts and the coming moie settled After using thrc o Men small bottles of Chamberliana Ccugh character with its fateful powers Itemedy both the cough and cold lelt tal giants are capable of being moral fiends The very me and in this high altitude it takes a dwarfs aud possible forcing to which they have been sub- Â¬ meritorious cough remedy to do any jected hides hinders even destroys good G B Henderson editor Daily their better capabilities of usefulness of Advertiser For sale by A It Fisher Druggist brain and honor of conduct Â¬ Good Ts health nvery nook and corner of tho essential to Klsbuflneissa little mlxil tier pptil a few Mrs Olit Meyer and Miss Ora Atexnn i n yn In our iiildet last Come rgtln Indltp wo like to wt ek have your bright faces in our little town Mr It II 1enick Bays he will ntcessa- illy he late with his spring clearing this tmu It b lug ilang rousto cut a tret for f ar It will fall on a candid tte II v W T Davenport filled his regular appointments here Stturday nlghl bfore the Second Sunday at II oclock and Su thy night Lio Dav npirt is giving us a trat no otl er pr ach We certainly need er has ever done three sermons a tuinth and more atten Â¬ Â¬ 1herthtrelsdrigliiShellinnniUvctlik the teat can lick he would mix up pills human Ills who came tut last Andcune out raiherrlow thtti fast 51 e teems to llilnk It would be nle Of this new pie to take a slice Sheaiya she lias eat ao long of htrown make At Uncle SamV table shed like to take A teat and try hit solid fcod S e thlnka the change woul t do her grod And surely she shall hive the pic Or we will krow the reason why Bystcm l reached by tho blood and on us ltiniity tliecondltlonof overy organ de pends Good blood means strong nerves good digestion rohUBt health Impuro blood means scrofula dyspepsia rheuma Â¬ tism catarrh or other diseases The surest way to havo good blood is to tako Hoods Barsaparlllit This mcdlclno purifies vi- Â¬ talizes and enriches tho blood and sends tho elements of health and strength to overy nerve organ and tissue It creates a good appetite gives refreshing sleep and cures that tired feeling Remember Blood Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good We fully reahVe your thoughts when the idea of having dcntiil work done comes but nevertheless tluy must have attention ntulthc sooner the better We aie picpnrctl to do your woik with a guarantee lo gie Httsftiction at exceedingly low prices to your inte est to consult us i It is HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky Hoods Sarsaparilla PlIlS kike euro The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace 2000 Halls and entrances aro Marble and Tiling of the finest quality Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed rooms Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully DecoIts equipments throughout are withont rated and Brilliantly Lighted rate of charges considered a superior in tho South Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEW BETHEL Be not deceived Nature is not mocked The different elements of our being Wo have had tome nice weather for body mind and spirit have to bo trained up together Each child has the farming Plowing and plant bed burning are the tendency within to slip back to wild un trammeled defiance of the tilings that order of the day are right unless ail sorts of influences Mr Alfred Miller is on the sick list are brought to bear upon it With it J D Seaton of Holt was in this sect and with us as with the universe there Ion last week buying hogs is no such thing as standing still Wo Mr Cale Hawkins contemplates plant are either moving forward physically ing twenty five acres of tobacco tills seamentally and morally or we are slipping So by neglect of propr son backward Mr J L Dowell is a candidate for As Â¬ means of education and proper interest you are possibly help sessor on oro of the populists ticket If in your educators ing to thrust the child back to the starting nominated Mr Dowell will make a good point of your family ages ago Scientists race in this neck of the woods wUl tell you thero Is always at worn Mr Jeeto Miller candidate forCircult among domestic animals a tendency to Clerk was through hore last week Your Jisse thinks he has a pretty good show slip back to the savage state Â¬ Â¬ one concern has a large shaieof the business iu a particular line it is able by means of the economies and advantages that come from the use of capital on a vast scale to hold compitition in check by low prices aud still to prevent prices from going too low to be profitable All largo combinations of capital and all doing of bi sness upon a large scale under one direction tend to this result Whether the result is desirable or not it seems to be inevitable nnd the tenden- Â¬ cy to combine has to b3 regarded as a fact in modem life that cannot be got rid of It is stimulated if it was not produced by the closer communication brought about by modern means of transporta- Â¬ tion of transmission of intelligence and of exchange iu the processes of trade It has gone on from the consolidation of railroad and telegraph companies and the founding ot great navigation compan- Â¬ ies to the building up of vast manufact- Â¬ uring concerns and mercantile establish- Â¬ ments with which the small capitalists can hardly compete If this has come about because there is material advantage in it greater profit for the few even though prices are cheapened is it there- Â¬ fore of itself an injury and a wrong We will not now presume to say but it Is not capital alone that combines for protection against competition and for the maintenance of prices Labor does the same thing and that is the precise object of organization in trades Aro the Their object is labor unions Trusts to protect their members so far as possi- Â¬ ble from unrestrained competition in the various trades and occupations and to keep up the price of labor just as high That price as it can be maintained comes out of the joint product of cap- Â¬ ital aud labor aud the pricj of the product determines tho wago of labor in the samo sense that it determines the profit of capital If there Is an economic advantage in the great combinations whereby processes ami methods are cheapened in proportion to tho volume of production do s not labor through Its own combination share that advan Â¬ tage with capital If there is any grievance in this operation of combining on the part of capital and on the part of labor It would seem not to be a grievance of labor against capital or capital against labor but of the buyer or consumer against both But as buyer and consumers are made up of capitalists and laborers it Is reduced to a grievanco of society against itself and the whole question is resolved Into one of the relative advantage or disad- Â¬ vantage for the community of doing bus in ess in the production ami interchange of the commodities that meet human needs on a small scale in innumerable hands or on a large scale with fewer and stronger hands directing the process Does it increase or diminish the es sum of production and tlio tqulty of dis- Â¬ tribution and whichever it does on which side is tho balance of Incidental wrong to society or any class of Its mem We commend this problem to bers the invi stlgatora of Trusts aud Com Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tion to llm gospel The Custr Normal is Increasing In IntertBt despite the unfavorable weathtr To Cure A Cold In One Day and mud Principal aro young and en Take Lixatlve Bromo Quinine Tablets ergetic and certainly deserve the success All Druggists refund thu money if it fails they are sure to win It their lifts motto continues to bo what it seems to hive lo Cure 25c For Hale by It A Shell been In the oast Push inn i Slephei uport Ky We are grieved to announce the death W of tho little babo of Mr and Mrs The Tendency To Combine Marr One year ago they buried a babe Nw York Times Uod s nt them this little bud to love The tendency of capital to enter into and cherish but has seen tit In his In Â¬ combinations to relieve the stress of com- Â¬ finite wisdom to take the little bud to petition seems to be part of a powerful bloom around the throne of eternal grace movement that cannot he resisted though remember Hint dust must return it produces incidental evils that may be Couius to dns a token of mans weakness and remt died Tin forming of what are now that dtcay But loves fair chain cannot be adays erroneously called Trusts and will only tlraw you closer to if corsilidations or associations of capi- Â¬ broken who sees alike a hero perish or a tal for doing business on a vast scale un- Him fall and your habep m fondly der a single direction has in a sense the sparrow hed are with baby liantls beckon Â¬ effect of restricting competi- Â¬ cheri purpose and to the otlmr shore tion and maintaining prices So far as ing youThere Is an hort red styng Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Is tho best In fact tho Ono Tmo Illood Purifier MOOtlS Ilvcr Ills easy to easy to operate 2Sc NEWS on Vnrl CONDENSED A CnlliTtlon of mis SiiIiJim ts ull Itrpnril 1or tlio Unit lUmlt i A itUpiitch from llombiy s iy that tw muio KuitiptiitH have tiled in ihtlm pltiil tho rp tilta of the pltguiw which Inn ul o nppenred iiimmg tlio oi v els In thu hoiiM Itittiiillni Itilns lji Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY W Scott Miller Jr Manager coructlnti Formal IniuiKuntttou nnd c luhrulon ot the League of A me lent t ed Chliie oof Chicago li 8 been ileltjetl owing to th fact that thu 41 charter iiRiiiljTs have loLii run In for playing fan tan V Kdwnul Perry inurdctcr of the Siwyer family fatho- - mother mid son wiii niigeil at Ava Yo Saturday The of GOLDEN RULE Independent Southeast Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Main LOUISVILLE KY 1 In eiery land nnd tongue In v ry truth for tviry youth Whom God loves dies yt urg and hu win pitmimnccd dunl 11 miliii is later In n jail delivery lit Knyettivllte W V11 Saturday nluht thieo inn d rers Walter Hit Hen WIlllaiiH and Kent Kay and iinudrerH neck win b o un lit tlio fall Gov of Twelfth ft Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hlid and per cent Commission Something to Know may be worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring the tired out nervous cystem to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters This medi cine is purely vegetable acts by giving It Â¬ Â¬ tone to the nerve centres in tho stomach gently stimuates the Liver and Kidneys and aids these organs iu throwing off impurities in the blood Eltctric Bitters improve the appetite aids digestion and is pronounced by those who have tried it as I lie very best blood purifier and ncrvo tonic Try it Sold for 00c or 1 00 per bottle at A It Fishers Drug Â¬ lor wi h tlueu tit her prisoners mwed out e caKd J K0011 and William Jack Mill two iiiUdi nieiinou lelurned and notified tho Jiller o tho cheapo Word hrt- - Jlt t been received showing the result of thu u ere wutt boron the Cheyenne A gene dm It gtho lucent sevuic weather Thief ImliaiM frou In their tents and number of other will die i from thu effect of the expo mte of head of entile pcihhcd in the a 0 were found dead In uue Moi 111 and place A mull pouch for Cii c nnitl win itolen front Limn O uftei- - being thrown off Pittsburg Kort Wuyuo and Chicago tialn at the Cincinnati Hamilton aud Dayton crossing to bo ttaiisferred 10 tho latter load and bo taken to Cincinnati It wit 11 letter pouch and contained first eltis matter Tho in ill um from Cleveland 11 Thou-biind-- Rockport THE - Saw Works Repairs Saws of All Kinds Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Saw p Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Every Saw tested by uteam 11 Store What Shall the Harvest Be Here is one of the questions addressed by the Hon Ularriice Lexlow of the Legislative Trust luv sigating Commit- Â¬ tee to Mr Charles It Fintof thu United Statts Rubber CMuptny Dont joutheik th it I lie StJle ali uIJ nguiitc price i i y ur good hs ihey regul ite pri e on the ruilrca If V To this Mr Flint answered that it Tne a iswer must would be impossible have seemed irrnlevatit to Mr who ImiI previously twice asked Mr Flint if ho cms tiered it good p ilicy for the State to allow its industrials to be come tlio footballs of speculators Eyidently Mr Lxlow hold n highly pa- Â¬ ternal and pnpulstlc theory of govern- Â¬ ment for he seems to believe that it is the duty of the State to keep its inhabitants from speculating aud to fix the price of rubber goods audof course if it fixes the price of rubber goods the State has au tqual right to fix the price of all oher goods Wo should judge from the tenor of of Pittsburg and Intermediate pulnti John J Hermann the Union h old In fant son of John and lohanuii Hermann 4C4 before it leaves the shop Kvery Saw warranted Workmanship tho very best Prices lower than any shop in America Mark your namo on Saws and send a letter of advice as to repairs wanted Kr- - ahJ- - y Wt ilUeisu of tho hunt Tho ciso Is con Mile o I a rvmnrkiiblo ono by phy lilnns Si 1 0111 have ihlldieu so young tiled from Mich n c iii i Tho Hermann baby died heart dieist In tho language Co oner Lloyd tin baby tlludof Kill nli iivonui st Louis tiled of of Deputy st - 7- - THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS IJOCKPOUT INI PENMANSHIP ETC valvular EOOE KEEPINa SHORT HAND TELEGRAPHY Instantly O It was apparently healthy 11111I Crimes mutinies 0iicpumy cr Willie Mllliiueor aged 10 of I hatfleld while piilug with a rillo shot hi mother ihiough the neck Hud d it know It was loaded Mule din Miicnuluy ngeil il ycum n wealthy contractor of Alliance O win thrown from his sleigh ajout 11 oclock hist night by his hois running away and Instantly killed The 3 yeai old child of WlHam Kgcr of Huntington Iud found somu matches nnd lighted i lamp which upvit aud sot flro to Hi clo hing Tho child w iu burned uliuoa to u crUp dying tu a short timo Near Hendrlck Mngoflln county Ky woman Leek while In n difficulty over ilt puty sheiltT shot nnd prob Patrick nbly fatally wounded Juntos Haney a well to do farmer Patrlok says the shooting was an accident Orson lleebo young man ngod 31 wits this preposterous Investigating committee crushed to death at Mention Iul Ho wu moving biitldliiir when thu horses that it would bring in a hill somewhat stiu teii to run and ho was cru hed under like this neath Heche was well connected nnd Shctios t A iyptnon orpers us cenvicted was tu have been man led soon by ge eral ausplci m of maki ig muney or having it In runaway nc ldcut Mrs K L Howe In hit or their postasioi ahall lie punUhtd by fine well known at wife of of Dayton or imprisonment or both torney wits tliiown from a sleigh Her Skc a Kvery buslntss mtn worn in partner left hip was dislocated collar bono broken ship corporation or nfier asiociation for commer nnd she received number if gashes nbjtit pu pisea shall ptbll h full ptrt cuIts of Its cial the head and body Mrs Ho vo was the methods and trjde aecriti if any in at least one sole occupant of the sleigh and was drivdaily newaparer every wetk and an itemized ac ing Hud Hal n trotting stallion that bin count of tectipta and expenliturea khall be aworn a swift rioj record tobebefoe anotry public every week and be John Cooley of Soiro sut Ky a section po ted conspicuouIy on the principal door of the band 011 the railroad was shot and Inof buihtss place stantly killed Saturday evening about 6 Sec j Thep Iceof all artlceashallbefued oclock In Cains saloon by Cal Dalton a young mi n ho works tit odd Jobs about by the consumer Dtltuu Immediately gave that town Sec 4 lrofitt are hereby abolished It U Sec 5 Thlsnc shal take effjet three weeks him ef up and Is now In jail claimed by ihc pil oneis friends that tho befoeiuptssagi The community expects something dead man win b audl lilug a knife and who thu great from the Lxow Cominitteo New running Ddiiiu a oiut elf stove 11 ed twice iu dee id him York Sun Who desires to better his or her condition in life shonld write for tho Cataloguo of the lxow BRYANT 400 THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE STRATTON No KY SEMB PICKETT CIIAS vg A - t f owEasr TOBACCO WAREHOUSE - Â¬ CA nUIDGES Bridges IlKtiMdirroiiN Co LOUISVILLE KY 11 Cor Eighth and Main Streets immoiw 11 FOUR MONTHS STORAGE lLFREE a a9 RATCQi PCR DAY The moat centr Hu located Hotel in tlo cltg 11 11 11 Â¬ Â¬ 11 l J JOHNSON 5gfoUISYlLLEKY BO YEARS EXPERIENCE I Coining Homo Rheumatism house Quickly Cured Dr N After having boen conflied to the balm to the lungs fir eleven days and paying out allaying tlio inflammation healing and 25 in doctor bills without benefit Mr strengthening It ia sure to do you good cannot do you harm Thousanda have Frank DuUou of Sault Ste Marie Mich was cured by one bottle of Chamber Â¬ been bunefltted by its use lains Plu UaUii costing 25 cmls and has not Blnce been troubled with that complaint For sale by A It Fisher Druggist lla Pine Tar Honey acta aa a cutting tlio mucus Immoti FritiMi Auk Feb i 187 1iiiENii IlAiiuMiUi I enclose you stamps to apply mi subtcripton lo Nkws and may I will m in Hiinlitisburt soon IliiHimts jooil see you Ynur Friend F M lin JJ2E5E TRADE MARKS DESIQNS Anyono aendlng a ketch ami description may quickly ascertain free whether an Invention la Coiuniuiiliutlnna atrlclly lirolmlilr patcntHblo usency fiirewurlnBr enta Ollosi coiiltileiitlal Bice Wo have a Waaliliiirtpn Iu America taken through Muun X Co receive latenta apectal notice In tlio beautifully Utnstratoit largest circulation of wiy clentltlo journal weekly tonus flui year tunnthe tlil sixUN 1MTEXT8Kpcclmen eopleeaniUMJiu scut free Adurisa lluoli I NIKL COPVRIQHTS Ac Safety Comfort Lira and Inmk SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN binest houso cat litters in the barn and the kit tens unit si brought to the house will be Then almost unapproachable later their ollsprlngH incline to hunting in the fields and the woods and so on back to the wild cat stage Thus also with the pariah dog of Constantinople with the wild horses of the Pampap with the wild In the cattlo of the Western plains same manner but in more fateful degree is it with tlio child Now then in your mind take a walk around your town and see If as a matter oft fact some even many children are not nfore neglected than any domestic ani mal you can name The horse is broken to the harness and taught to pull with Â¬ out jeiklugj without training nothing is expected of it The cow is accustomed to the stall by various little lures from the young stock that have run for months iu the pasture butting stupidity Is looked for and found Dut the child under consideration ia driven off to school just as early as possible to as to leave the house quite left there in Bchaol for yrara under teacbew whom parents do not even take the trouble to Â¬ to get tho nomination Bucklens Arnica Salve Hon W E Minor will get a good Tub Best Salvk in the world for Culp No solid vote in this sectiou for Judge Brulsep SoreB Ulcers Salt Uheum Fe Â¬ man in Breckenridge county is better Sorep Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ qualified for this place than Mr Minor ver blains Cornp and all Skin Eruptions he deserves something at the hands of aud posllvely cures Piles or nopiy re Â¬ his party and should be given the nom- Â¬ quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect ination sttlefaction or money refunded Price Fob Sauc iiy A It 25 cents per box In Loving Rmmberance Fisher Of our deir motherMrs Sarah Nicho son who departed this life January 20 Ballman Winfield 1607 aged 41 years four months three Mr Anthony L Ballman Cloverport weeks and five days and Miss Theresa Winfleld of Home Im thinking of the time mother were married Tuesday morning Feb H with euch analoua care Wbtu at 0 oclock at St Martins church Home lifted up yourheatt to Heaven Ycu Your hope your trust wn there ltev Herbert performing the ceremony Krod memory brio ft I the parting glance They It ft for their future home at Clo Â¬ While tear rolled down my cheek verport In the afternoon Owenaboro The last long loving look told more Than vcr words can apeak How we rrlia you deareat mother Aa we gaze upon that vacant place Alound our fire aide aad and lonely Abatnt ia cur loving free You have left ui gne lirever To be happy with the bleat Freed from all pain everlasting Mother deareat God1 knowabcaU From Your living Daughter Mm Naomi BaooKa NERVE LIFE THBW a I Packet Line lut 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Loulnllle attention overy hogshead is handled AtniUrtlam and H with the greatest care and no ejection Freight ttdrped by tbli IUo delivered nulek We will re Â¬ er than by rail unksii actually necessary Traelera will find the iteauien mit by check or registered letter Ofllce In equipment and aceommodatloni and sales room South cast corner of Main The beat culinary are employed at eooki and aud 12ih streets Louisvtlle Ky Mark tho menu la eual to that of tbe beat hotela your hogsheads t ITS ad 1TB 4th Ayenue General office WHEEL TOBAOOOOO Loulirllle f W W WTK PENNY D WMKHUOESecy P M E G BAGON WA Uyan Matter Illibop turaer TARASCON TELL CITY Ntell P arou-iur-pati- t Bupt P LOUISVILLE KY agjt f 1 - aijfe a v ls oitL M 1 qpHia BRmeicHgnpam sjawa QjuevsaRPiw began mid eiteildSeetl In tlio purpose fill tlesiro to get the inot mid best of nil Hint was going for herself and her own It was utterly pist her comprehension tho MrGreger delight in hopl talily for its own sake All Walnut Creek savo Mrs Tilhot e umo to no eiuiltiiig early mid with Itching ems Every won nu of them knew so well Mrs Wlnfolds Knack of gossip thero wns a distinct feeling that it was a mighty pity Mr Topmnrk could Â¬ rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE Col YRlnilT 1896 lJV TIIR AfTIIOR MMMMMMf tf THE ST LOUIS WEEKLY THE TWICE-A-WEE- K POST DISPATCH 0 TIE G COURIER JOURNAL Y 50 CENTS a yeah IOOAEAli Isstnd Wednosday and Saturday Mornings llglnnlrg January 1 1807 tho UtMlr n hn tn mo Tncea TnB unnjfu iu l Week Courler Journsl Publ cation d Wednesday and Saturday The Wednesday paper vlll be devoted to news and noHUrl topics The Sat rday Issue will be devoe to stories tilscellan pictures poetry eto erf t raoilly psper I Esch Issue will be six pages or twelve a week -- an Increase of two psges a week 1C4 pages or SAl columns a year Tho p litics or the paper will not be chine ed and the battle ror rure Democracy and true lemocratlo principles will be continued successrully In ihe future as in tbe pint In spite or he expense Involve Un the improve ments noted the price of the TwIco-a-Wce- k Courier Journal will remain the same year A feature diring tbe coming ye tCO a r will be the editorials or Mr Henry Wattertou on political and other topics of the day imiriAriitiip -- By Martha McCulloch Williams Tlicro wnl no ruisinn no lnntitiK Savo lint liii check lamed his eyes grew win bluo llrcp nothing iu lio outer uinii spoko t ho forco within His lienrora wcro Fpdl wrought Kven Tuck pat upright drawn out of liin whelming misery though still too niiirli ilmni n at ed by i t f or con ici oiw com f ort D n ly lio noted that Teddy win writhing and O Godl O God moaning OGodl Mercy Do linvo mercy on er lost an dyiu sinner Lord dear Lord I know I nm cr sinner hut it aint nil my fault Vobody couldnt help it if they clerked hi Topmurks sto Miss Winfold pat with bowed head Fobbing nudibly Nina at her elbow wns upright and open eyed in tlio con FPiouiicfH of salvation already secure Mrs Talbot had leit cense of nveiy thing oven her Mrickcu favorite Co rintha iiynuH face was fieraphlc Hob at her Bide n breathing Htatuc without lifo savo in tho eyes They hhowed dark er than ever and full of smoldering light Even tho minister felt them burn upon his face ai ho stood pleading so earnestly so tenderly that thoo for whom Christ suffered nud died should not mako his suffering of nono effect His plea was not tedious Less than half an hour from his uprising ho had sunk to his knees saying half innudi bly Brethren sJatcrs let us pray As with one impulso everybody knelt with him iu supplication utterly withI Â¬ Â¬ not Le some- - Joy of new hope mem snug at jiguoliits got bruited about with emendations rieus and klufolk Atitilfl crowded in to embrace them and wring side hi ani a bunt her waist aud her that mudo it well worth hearing By Granny Metcalfe tho hands of tho Chi lstiaus about Other lap full of si in nnw gauds and gewgnws this tiirnitwas upon most hands ngrccd that there had been n great scene Mam penitents half ran half fell up tho which m I just como out of his pocket y WffWffffffffWffWV I tm IT choked aisle Tho air seemed to pnlo In ictutii lie rlaimed n kiss and got n Liza had denounced Jack to his face us rri ld oA fcf nM tMat til ef tht P eooth tod In nc rrmMlet tfatt hart toftt od darlof C tee with electric feellig Brother Walton stinging sltp on tho cheek Magnolia a t rlflcr tho old man had overheard nud my life i tai Tor tht beatOt of the latTerlnc t ill yC litical Bosses Pluto thill faattntm aitd toy remM final tDt Hill C prayed without erasing now nt this got up a I uioreil n little nway saying had bidden tho young ouo cither luko Pitti Tit llnntr litltri quick tnd rratifD rt p Combines orals Iftf In trlpr ti well at other mat hi kttp li la P bowed head now at that Brother Green as she tinjed upon him a slow Loviuo tho girl or leave her for good nud al- Â¬ par noun in lime ana woai i tot w wimeai iu Trusts and Corpoways and Jack who had gouo tlicro did not stir from his chosen penitent a regard tiu U A UrrCiLri 7W SoulU 4th Bt Pfrlactb K ration Oppresbig rough fellow who had couin to tho Kram i II I hear um say I got ter every day did not go there any moro sion DR BELLS altar as though dragged by invisible pay high f r nil you gimme I dont Not unnaturally tho gooel womeu they wero leully very good who sat stitch hands wuntir ler gjnu pay twiste New I do wonder who could er ing away at the latest Winfold triumph Ho was Matt Taylor tho blacksmith Pine-Tar-Ho- ney in patchwotk made up their minds as You -- II find the WEEKLY famed tho e uuntnido thtouuli for told mii scli as that Why Im the lib 1 Ttill Tell enabe du ag the jear le7 strength skill aud wickedness He had eralest man alive hadnt er been for tho story was told iu chorus thut Jack The jnr 181 7 l Kolng tt ba brimful of Int r was innocent of anything beyond warm not moved fiom tho spot where he fell that 1 i light l well off eben rich rst The uo mag nt tho M Kinley Adminfriendliness aud Bob guilty of deep aud rather than knelt upon first reaching Mr Topnmik priteeleel istration wllb a new Congress oleolet up n Dally Courier Journal I year SGOO Ma i lia still stared dully tho altar Strong slow sobs shook him It wns despernto designs a gnM jila Icrm means legislation of a kind Dally and Sunday I year - Tj oo I expect sho counted on giltin Jack her mint who broke into a torrent of III from head to foot His hand wasoliuch that it II Inter at every nespajer reader In the ountry and especially in tbe Sunday alone I year 2 00 You cd hard upon that of tho minister Nuw angry acriisition v hoso burden wns through him licit so high toned We t and South Special sttentlon will be know all tho Tnlbots nro nwfully high Yem Is told by all druggists or writ upon recflpt t and again ho spoko a thick word of Mr Tepmuiks double dealing paid in tho WEEKLY lOSl DISPATCH to E of prlce Kc 60c and II per bottle by firs Brizzleton mother of So hopeless supplication wants thut McGregor gal much as you toned this news ol a national ch meter and It will TW E F SaltrrliiJ M4lU TWICE-A-WEE- K rdrk tj sho said Lord I believe phy Ann said o hor next neighbor be eliscusred editorially from the point ff view ctino thy and gasping I wants the lai d or the West and South as contrasted with that youre a plaviu ter git her with mo mi who nodded and said measuring u nint wuth savin Yi u know that or Wall street you know every thlng an I had er my gal up jrur sleeve an tellin us er length of thread since 1871 Mississippi all tnxe for Uo The camp lgn for free silver will go on in Yes I do expect so good mothei Shos so bold years Sho win good mighty be so clce mouthed when you strow 1807 and nothing can do so much to bely along good I I aint neer been no credit ter things limd so eben tho MeGiegor that Bob I nnver liked her tbe campaign ol Next as to registration None nt nil like tbe trEEKLY education as a newspaper AND THE She is as you may say flighty but her but sho said it was iter last word niggers know POST DISPATCH This reckon shell get a husband no mater is re quired in New Hampshire Vermont is shown la the fact that In Missouri and In you loved me bctttin sho did I Mr Topmark do- - I What niggers 1 what is said about her Mrs Brazzlo- - Indiana South Dakota Oregon and evert other locality where tbe tried ter fergit but it staid with me manned breathlessly gains of TCIIhua targe circulation Mrs Annis gao a taunting laugh ton returned with n significant glauco Arkansas In Maine Ohio it fetched me here Lord savo me Illinois UeinocMoy and freo silver were of thesweeping a Of coso iu tho direction of Mrs Winfold ef you choose ef you do lovo me liko and unified rather than said Kanens Wisconsin Iown Missouri character EACH ONE YEAR Just then Nina called from Iho door Nebraska North Dakota Washington lie outen tellin it an sayolo Plai sho said Vt you dont Im lost youll The POST DISPATCH deserves tbe support or all Free Silver Democrats becauie ot the Hush t ilkiu all of you Yonder conies world without end Savo unit Savo nly found out through conjuro work Kentucky Tennessee aud Tvxas it is great fight it made in tbe recent campaign for Bob Mctiiegor Conjuro woik Lord in heaven mo Jesus Christ save me and Democatlo Thu news wns nnwolcomo Topmark e jioulated springing stilly Amen aud amen arnsu on every hand At least limited or confined to certain counties Democratic principles Silver tbe everywhere ticket Hence the Jree men Wo have made a special clubbing arrange out words The summer night stillness though tho good peoplo had not heard upright learn that olo witch two thirds of tho quilters indeed fcl it orcitis Iu lthode Island it is limited should rally to Its support by sending in their Ill Ill ment with the k was broken only by tho shrilling of Ireo his halting words Coirlcr Jourrial to persons not paying n tax In Penn- subscription and inducing others to subscribe a distinct hardship for with Bob visiNono hut ho all not ter come a mcddliii with my conand will send that paper and ours for the toads tho sibilant clamor of katydids bly present they would bo compelled to sylvania aud Weet Virginia it is genein hearing ear indeed might linvo disen cerns price named to all our subscribers who will and undervoieiug them tho stamping tangled them from the mnsed confu Hear um say you wont havo no discuss her aside Everybody looked ut but failure toregister dos not deprive renew and pay in advance Sample copies of of many hoofs from tho tethered beasts sion of sound about The-- blacksmiths Courier Journal sent fiee on application comccrus ef you go nn mek her ra nlo her us sho camo within thu iloor Somo lio citizen of his vote In Colorado it in tho grove few faces were- - full of kindly pity With- Â¬ is general except for wifo sat amazed iu fear and trembling All Subscriptions under this ofschools In all ho Brother Green got up slowly and be hope Ho was not actively unkind to out exception they wero thoso of moth Â¬ gan to ning ers without daughtcis cither childless other states it prevails throughout the fer must be sent to her when he was sober That was about O lirotlii n will yuu meet mo Wharfmasters Steamboat Agents or having only sons Ono niuong them state ono day in seven Tho other six sho spent O lirutliiT i will you mm t mo How is it with the official ballot Ab a Mrs Carter who rauked socially with in making fair weather for his uncer O brut hern will jnu iiui t mo CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Mrs Tulbot got up and kissed Bob on rule it is general that is printed by tain temper and often got blows as a On Ci mans linp jiy sliorc Local Agents either cheek saying with a little wistCloverport Ky His voice was harshly strong except rowartl of her endeavois Sho had been the state or county throughout the ful smile in tho head regioter Thero it becamo n a church member whoa shu married Homestead Fertilizer Company and stnto But in Now York Illinoi Come aud sit lieiu by me honey clarion sweet and full of silver In tho him but sinco ho had refused steadfast I Iown South Dakota Montana and Wash Standard Oil Company want somebody who is not too Indus lising throng a bundled tlnoits caught ly to givo her money for church dues ington it is general except for schools rious fur u neighbor up tho old camp meeting tunc and sho had kept away fiom services until Dealers In Thanky muiim Aunty Carter but Iu Temitsiee and Texas it is limited or Doors Saali Blinds swelled it to a flood Some of tho voices sho was hardly counted a Methodier Yellow Pine Floor t- r I cant I um heiu just to say thut I printed by the state or county only in mudo discord but it was overborne It had almost taken her breath when Jy ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding could not possibly como washed away iu tho hwieping tido of ho bade her get ready to como witli him Bob said certain counties whilo in Nortli CaroN1 yi v wr Shingles Salt Lime Cement brightly yet clinging to tho friondly lina and Georgia there is nn unofficial harmony that rang and rolled as though to Bethel tonight Sho did not know Ai kJ Lathe Plaster Plastering hand She was loo finely strung not to ballot for each party and iu South Caroit might reach the stars Uelow the re- how for weeks something Brother Green U -I 1H7U feci tho bridling und drawing away that lina Ilair Plow Handles verberant swelling of it t lio ear caught had said had hrdi ringing in her hus no aa unofficial one 2 by 5 inches had marked her entrance It was not in a tciupc t of sobs of groans of heait bands mind Tho ministers horse cast Bricks Etc biz j tho first time either So far securo iu broken penitent exclamations from tho a shoe one Sunday as ho was riding past Estimates Furnished for Buildings and How as to tho form of the ballot tlio strength of innocence shohnd whis rrowd of kneeling figures about the Ho had routed out tho smith to save the Building Material The gencial usge is to have a column tled down tho wind such liostilo demonboast from going lame Matt had boastaltar stration only wondering dully if its oc for each party in which only tho nnines Tidily was among them lie hud been ed over finco lio was grown that every well known Brands of The casion was Mr Topmorks inthrallment indeed tho first to answer tho call for minister thereabout was afraid to faco of its caudidates are printed 1 II Kill joit hint MimwiUn cried lut Floripenitents Hu had rushed up tho aislo him aud naino religion Brother Green uiad Magntilia drawled Sho is er and the mciry athletic madness which da Alabamn Mississippi and Arkarsis mid lliiiig himself prone in tho clean did not uauio it but at parting ho said witch shoa Sho er knowed mo nu my possessed him Sho was used to know Â¬ have no party column or group so print- Â¬ ing peoplo talked about her but unused ed Connecticut straw at Dtothrr Milliknnfcct shriek Thanky Matt for nn excellent job foichuu sumo as I durno mysof nnd New Jersey hae ing out his fear of tho wrath to rome Ivo heard of you all around here how She kneiwidfhoPickinsfuveir thuts to qiiitu tho faces that greeted Iter to- an official ballot for each party N v day no half lose im though well j on knew your business Miss Winfold yes and all Mrs Annis said sharply Lousvllle Hender onLSt Loufs ByCc Hampshire Hhode Island Minnesota Yet it wns senso of this liostilo nt sho would go foiward but Nina mid some other things Ono is that you nev Mr Topmark stood still upright his Nebraska Wyomirg Utah Washington plucked her slece h lying with vigortr take a dure Now I doio you to como fate beaded with clammy sweat as in mosphero which hnd brought her thus 3STO Nevada Oreeon Virginia Tennessee ous shakes of the lieid I will beard tho Win mid see if I know mv trade as well as a lightning Hash ho understood It all mining them Agli Agi folds in tho faco of all their woild Alice j on mustnt do lb it Von know you do yours sho and Louisiana have a group of electois camo back tho black womans interlnomtmr wont liko it It itll m ike Matt had dared with this result His ruption upon that fust night his wifes had said nodding to her image iu the in the party or group column Tatting Kffect you so conspicuous Im not a coward whatever wife trembling aud ciying iu a Milled strange aud sudden end the black boys glass Can n cindidates politics b pi iced Mrs Talbot gavo Nina what sho hopeless fashion longed inexpressibly chatter of the- - laid man conjure Ill go against his namo It can bo iu New At 600 oclck A M Snndaj Dec 27 13C 6 No other sins may lio nt my door of meant for a sevtro look In Alices oar to go to her beloved tyrant but feared doul t ho witch woman know his plan und excuso myself then back to tho Hampshire Vermont Indiaua MinneWett Bound Train sho said Do whilVtr your heart him tn much to make n forward step Sail Bound Train and if sho lived would balk it That party Jack yes ho will bo thero So sota Nebraska Wyoming Colorado will Mr Topmaik I pine-- to givo him piompts dear child Lut tl e nionirn lio might repulse might even strike was a saving if mcautimo lio must paci41 a 43 Utah Washington Oregon ono sliurp snub right beforu Mrs Win Nexnla 41 ary softness had pucd and MKs Winher Sho sat close quite hidden in tho fy Mrs Annis who was half shouting Mall A Mail May Co Exprs Hzprs STATIONS Exprs Hxpr California aud Arkansas nud also in fold was herself placid and calculating iuns of standing people- - A sudden Ben Tripmnrk wovo dono como ter folds faceNow whilo Mrs Brazzktoti and oth as ever She dropped her eyes modestly great shout mado her start electrically MassacliusettsIthode Island and Louisitho End ti fei liii You got ter do onu Daily Dally CANNELTON IND Dally Dally and said with a delicato confusion bhei know she understood 6 30pm t 19am IvUan As he ban thing er anotier either pav us un pay ers of Vcr kidney stand Hob stood ana except for electors and in Wisjon 65m ptai 12 45pm 7TSJ 812 Kentucky St 12 30 nu 8 I do lovo God an want to seivohim reviled him her husband was praising tm well ter lav low an keep dark er elsa chatting gayly with Mis Winfold nntl sn it can be so placeel for individual 7 25 45 West Point 1155am 7C4 her mother Iu a littlowhilesho turnod Mrs Talbot but but liiuybo it is best God ic tho fullness of his great strength 7 28 8 48 11 12 Howard U pav souejoey i 711 nominations The party emblem famil- Â¬ 7 37 8 50 to wait a Jit t Iu whilo longer you know iu the face nf all men If only sho might fei my gil an in r sinJ up an fend to go saying over her shoulder Willowdalc 1143 Ef yon dons UU4 ier 743 Hock Haven iar in New York ie still lem generally 1137 seems toiiio ouo ought to to bo very reach him But how could Bho movo Look for mo back ut early candlo It 710 911 Long Branch 1130 well it aint er nne story I ean bet allowed Delaware Ohio Indiana Mich light sure about anything so solemn tho Sho sat down limp half snicless when 9 111 76J Brandenburg 1122 gwine rrbout hem lat ho ses that was Wiufold Thats oh timo isnt it Mrs 6i 80 923 Ekron 1113 6f0 Ooo eo Look Look Teddy Hes somo ouo parted tho throng about her stolo Anil ladies all young nnd igan Colorado Utah Marland and 9SS3 810 11 14 Guston at Met i odors an what was dono old 613 professed I allium forgol to tell you tho great Kentucky being tho only other states Hear him shoutinl 8 24 9 41 A 10 Nina soino one slim and light of toot who with em irvington 1065 8 42 9 48 LOUISVILLE KY Maroh 2 18V7 1040 Webster 6 57 nows cried craning her neck for a hotter took her baud iu u warm clasp and led Lawyer Howoll from Oldbridgo that permit it except iu Noith Carolina 8 40 Lodiburg No no 1037 9ti 6 49 iow of tho altar stir By this everyher unreshtiug up to tho place of furstl Magi jou shant Ill kill you is at tho store going to slny a week where its use is optional 10 1 J Shippers should mirk all packages plainly 847 10 i0 Pierce 6 42 lia cried clutching thu nnd shoot doves aud Teddy ran CO 10 07 8 62 Sauiple 10 24 body was standing and at leiifet half praise 6f7 with shippers name and post offioo address II OU I old woman 1015 Stcphensport How me the ballots marked 1015 Ihothioat As they Hwny- - yards up tho road to tell mo ho would Tho X so tho moro zealous among Bethel mem Somehow way was mado for thorn 9 01 1020 Addison 6 21 108 ed back ami i irth over tho rough floor or crots is almost universal Iu he tno BUTTER 1022 9i7 bers wero up among tho penitents pray 1005 Holt surely bo up hero nud at last tho throng parted to let tho 623 10 35 9 20 thu visitor mm died his hat aud rushed havo another beau tonight So you will Carolinas and id Georgia lioweverlhere Choice oounvry 12 Cloverport 13 9 62 511 ing counseling consoling They madu sobbing woman como fuco to faco with nlmost equal to Mr 9 2J 1088 Shops 943 Medium 8 10 518 away As lioii llopcd up hill down dell Topmnrk 10 44 9 Si an indotarmiiiato throng in tho opeti her husband Tho noxt miiiuto sho lay is no provision for making and in Con Creamery Skillroan 4 67 93 17 jh 20 his thought tan 9 45 10 59 Cuss hu old witch I 9 2ll Ilawcsvllle 4 47 squuro beforo tho pulpit KQQS And of course youll captivato him Teddy had against his bicast with ids tears raiu necticut and New Jersey the rule is not 1107 053 Petrie 918 40 Yes she knows Its kill er bo killed nsyoudo nil tho rest Mss Wiufold to mark except to scratch Vresb Q 12 sprung upright iu thoiniddlo of it wav ing over her face 1113 958 Kalcon 912 431 In Missouri 10 08 1122 FEATUEHd Lcwlsport 9 02 40 ing his nrms and wildly crying Thank yem Miss Bob an help mo Im ei merciful man an just but but said smiling amiably Rob swept hor Virginia West Virgluia nnd 11 20 1015 Waitinan 865 any man bus got ter stuud up fur his 4iy to Arkansas Prime white goose 10 25 Gloryl Glory God is my Father I thank God a laughing courtesy 1118 ho said to her convoy 8 46 Powers 4 10 Mixed J5 own self 10 38 1149 8 31 Pates 3 59 know ho loves mo eben mo Glo ryl Men uii brethieu hear mo tell it Only I shall do my poor best sho said tho voter scratches the names not voted Old 16 10 48 116Jim Oweniboro 825 3 40 Glor-ee-eGod knows what this hero- - poro littlo IS 1211pm And I havo got half a now frock o nnd both scratching aud marking appear No 1 duck 1100 Mattinly 813 358 Thuisday nfterwurd Mrs Winfold wear n white waist to go with my to be allowed in Texas In fifteen states 1106 1210 POULTRY Griffith Bliiss tho Loidl Sing his praises all creoter has had ter bar an suffer fer 88 33J 1108 1220 Stanley 8 04 3r3 l yo people bluo skirt tho blue that mado mo look the rule is to mark each namo voted but liens per lb Brother Green said from mo Ef eve r I mistreats her agin mny guvo u eiuiltiiig which it wns under 1115 12 20 Worthlngton 7 68 3 24 Chickens per doi 0U 12 SJ 1123 Heads tho pulpit steps Brother Milliken had tho good God that has jest been showin stood would km up to a milil evening always liko a Pawnen Indian Not that in eighteen the marking is optional from Spring per lb 751 316 Ducks 7 28 1131pm 12 41 Spottiville 7 43 310 been kneeling besido Teddy praying mo his lovo ling mo back furder an party That was tho ending of all emilt I ever saw n Pawnee but I fancy they tho fact that In all those states provision Ueese per doi IlSSpir 12 48 I 4 755 00 Bassett 7 36 3C4 1155pm lUSpmir Hendern lv 7 20am 2 60B low and earnestly for him Now ho got wus ern ever inter tho dark Ivo lef ings thero sineo Miss Alico canio to aro hideous cuough for anything is made for one mark for a straight ticket Irish per barrel POTATOES womanhood But strange to rolaro 1 00 75 up and stood tall uml liemuloiiH besido behind As if it muttered what you put on In New Hampshire Massachusetts aud Now La 3 00 J 50 tho rejoicing youth At tho very back Hob McGregor had firm nerves Sho Teddy Barton was not to como with tho Miss Wiufold murmured Her mother Hweet potatoes per bbl 1 00 74 of tho houso Teddys mother a thin riod o mask n sniff as a playful smilo Hhode Island ono mark for a srajgit From store 1 to 5 cts higher turned from thu pair with tho first other young fellows to tho merrymuk discouraged looking woman in shabby choke iu her throat sho hud known ill Jug Mr Topinurk hud said Hat ho nud succeeded very ill nud Bob wickod ticket is allowed for electors only In Navy Beans per bushel St L Ry FordsYllle Branch Q 25 L II paid Teddy fir eioin other things than Bob turned nud ran away singing I Massachusetts Djlaware Indiana Midi- weeds pushed her way into tho uielo all that wonderful night ROOTS gallivaiitiu lound liko er gentleman of clour aud guy us though sho TIME TABLE No 9 2 76 and mado o go to her son Beforo sho 2 40 had not a igan and California he authorities furn Olnseng leisure I nm tired er keopin er dog euro in lifo 64 TAKING had got half w ay Nina Winfold ilung EFFECT DEO 22 1805 CHAPTLU XIII ish a stamp and ink pad with whieh to Senlca Snake CO Pink nn then doln his barkin Teddy had herself over tho pew in frout of wlicru Tho revival proved to a sort of spirit Father nn mltlicr nn u may gao mail make lie X Maryland furnishes an Yellow WcstBound Trains 21 Bast Bound Train got to stay at tho storo that night sho sat darteil up lio pissway and ual cyclone Out wliUtlu an Ill como to o my lad Its forco was spent early 6 b Dally Daily indelible pencil nnd in Louisiana a rub- Â¬ Wild Qlnger Daily I Dally caught Teddys hands in her own her in tho week Though tho ministers kept if no other Stranger still Toddv was ex Sun ex Sun Lady Slipper STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun j No 5 ber stump obliterates a circular white May Apple jubiluntly chipper hough ho mado No 2 No f TO BE CONTINUED Nol faco working tears raining over it on hopefully until next Sunday they Vi open and loud lainentutinii over old 11 10am Iv Irvington Ar 9 20am spot in a black equare opposite each Blood Miss Winfold gasped once then sat gotfowcouveits ufter Wednesday night i 11 60 g 10 Garneld FIELD SHEDS name voted for Willi few exceptions suddenly down limp and livid so wild But the church had been lefnshed all Tops budlen meanness Ho did lint 12 05pm Harned 7 60 mean to mope That was ono thing cor Timothy per bushel 1 40 Truth In a Nutshell 1212 Junction 7 40 was herrngo Tho stir of Ninas exploit admitted that though there was head instructions of voters or ballot is 11 S2 4 50 Hardlnsburg 7 30 Ill g t er lot er fellers all by Impure Mood is the natural resuK of furnished aud in most sample both In Clover per bushel bushel had sot hoso very far back to standing shaking over more than ouo name among tain 12 35 cases Crimson Clover per Junction 715 3 00 louehjn1 an Imo fun as is fun my 1288 Kirk on tho bcuches instead of tho floor Ni 700 gu Top pel bushel o cf ho probationers Teddy Bar tho close confinement iu house school room mist states aUo the voter Is ussistod if Red 110 Bob of course was asked to botli tho Jolly 660 Orchard urns per bushel 1 10 na was by no means unconscious of tho oils iu particular Such landmark sin 128 Glcndeane 6 30 li cannot read w in casa of physical or Blue Irass f incy pir bushel quilling nud ho parly Miss Winfold or shop 86 135 Dempster T 6 20 interest sho had ovoked though her ex ners as had escaped tho flood of grace lilood ia purified by Hoods Sarearu mental dHibillty and In a few tho law Blue elrass extra per bushel 165 irFallsitimghlv 600 65 wrote a hemnyed noto iu her very best cited feelings wcro really beyond con oven said of liis cliango of heart Ef sloping 2 20 Dempster 5 37 1 26 hand Mrs Winfold said iu rilla and nil the disagreeable results of nq ilres an educational qualification Onion Sets Yellow por bushel 2 30 trol Sho was by naturo ill balanced by ho holds fust ter thu promises tho day ltockvale 6 27 White 2 50 thu bosom cf her family 2 42 Ruth I jest nched impure blood disappear with ho use of Thus in Connecticut tho voteir U to be 616 temperament hysterical Besides her of merakles aint past Let him hear er HIDES 264 Atkins 608 er linvo Hint littlo limb out but It his medicine If you wish to feel well assisted only in enveloping liis tickers Green pood 3 09 51 best girl friend was Sophy Aim Brazzlo Oaks flddlo cr sec er foot shako an you look 40 3 20 wouldnt do no never in the world keep your blood pure with Hoods Sar nnd there the voter mubt bo nble to read Dry Salt gold Mitchell 8 S fl 441 ton who had got religion at tho snmo outl Hes plum crazy over daucin mi 3 40pm ArFordsvilleLv Dry flint good 436am 10 11 Brother would bo so mad Ho is tha Baparilla imo Niun did yet had been shouting besidis bos sich er liar it wouldnt bo In Mofstchusetts he must be nble to Sheep skins 10 Q 40 over sinco strange ef he was tryin ter como it that biggcK foed about that girl said ho reael and write unless a olor before WOOL couldnt i viii lull ho timo of day tf ho Nina meant no longer o bq outdouo n way eben over tho Lord Almighty Hoods Fim h am the best family c 21 1857 in Mlsslisppi to read or construe Tub washed wasnt lookiu up toward Beiscoo May by Sophy Anns precocious saintliness Orease flne Mr Topmark only luugheil when ho 15 3 19 hartic and liver medicine Oende roll the Constitution und the same into by though shell Imvi senso enough nut wilt Hurry Then oo sho was stirred by lio ser- heard such speech Hu hud cither nud oft u hho said always sho hated able euro apply to South Carolina as we under- Â¬ Black 13 i mon still moro by tho sight of Teddy much moro important things upon Ids to come TliB First American Newspa- Â¬ Barry and Cuts quilts aud qtiiltiu Of courso bho no 8 Q 10 stand next year among tho redeemed Alice sho know mind Though the letter to Lawyer MISCELLANEOUS need tor weik tf como sho deics though pers CHARLES A DANA Editor How The People Vote woald ho mad about it so would her j Howell hail been so painstakingly com Only a few Btates require the present Tallow 4J mother hut needier of them would posed it rested still in tho depths of really u few stitches nint much ter pay New YoikSun 25 ing of a tax receipt or loglstrution certl- - Beeswax Sorghum Molasses 16 3 20 daro tako her to task whilo tho ravival his desk awaiting liko himself certain fern mighty good dinner Mr John 0 Uouk baa performed a licate Moot of them have laws regulat Â¬ Mrs Wh fnil hail social nuibitions The American Constitution the lasted They would fear what sho turns of affairs Bob lio had seen only ing primary elections nt least to the might loll o ho church folk especial- casually aud afar off sinco thu great liko hcrnulf s null nud narrow They useful und Interesting task lu compiling American Idea the American Spirit tho provisions of the election laws of extent of prescribing pnaltles for f ran I ly Mm Talbot Aud uftcrward that Monday night For somo reason or nono all the states of the Lnlon and present but some have very limited rules in this These first last and all the tfjie was n Jong way off no matter what ho had kept uwuy fremher after it Of lug the result in a document which respect ln Connecticut und New Jers y canio then Nina felt thut o bo ho her course nobody dreamed of connecting his forever iCoXcftftv the ballot must be put lu an envelope Congress has caused to be published oiuo of n night like this paid for very abstention with tho conspicuous pres many snubs and much reviling in ho unco iu ho nightly gatherings of Mrs During the last ten years or sine i the -Daily by mall 6 a year bosom of her family Annis and her nieco from tho Eeloneiy yA Australian system uf balloting begun to Dally and Sunday by mail 8 a year Mr Topmark was mighty civil to As Teddy saw her mid gripped hor make its way here under the Italerahlp JJLfck Card of Thacki linnds ho shouted louder than ever A hem tethering their horses nud seoing of Michigan there have been many contagious thrill ran through tho ex thut hoy wero properly mountotl hut I wish to express my sincere tliauka changes In tho election laws The first cited throng Old Brother Baxter who lio ouo thought moru than that it wns ILaMCflvsnTA I ill it ViinlmM point we have to note ia that usually anil gratitude to thu kind friends and duo to keen commercial instincts Ho hud raised tho tunes for half u century 4tMTOM ftWftQ nonadays no prepayment of poll ax is acquaintances in and around Webatorfor would do mint anything by way of struck up iu liis deepest bass drawing trade said his world never required The exceptions aro Arkansas tlio expression of lovo and sympathy at Save Save I Eavo Lord is the greatest Sunday Newspaper Bend converting tovrer tluwn I dreaming that thero was moro iu his a cvfcst and FloriJa Pennsylvania aa to the the recent lllneta of my dear uiothtr r tw wsm Ba ve my ileur I inll uction than appeared upon the iiirfaco Mrs fcuruli Nicholson in the world May God blist alate Wv a t rv i rt CHEA1W BAIM Monday after thu ha mcetiiio closed polt Ire rure county or county tax Delaware the you all Inslmty Hie si 4 chord Hwell- Iva Niciiouok tax Oregon school taxes South 0 V Ir absorbed L Price 5c a csiy ly malt 2 a year cd from ty I hroit Thrru moru jcui Mr Topmnrk w - - Mrlnlrl In ttnuaiiinizniiisur 7 man ssmpirsioc mill Webster Ky r ir tents wmJ us sliouiiuii aloud iu tho half hour It begun with hiui Iu Afti JSLV WtOTII Elts e Warren m New York City Carolina all polls due Georgia all taxes V Addreai THE qtw New York day if no longer Still leaving him out uf uceouit thero vus tlm natter cf Jack Talbot aud Bob McGrecor Mint unaccountably Luco Allens talo had oucelsos biother for this E4F FREE SILVER PAPER iflfffff Tht Post Dhpalcli Is the Only Metropolitan That Championed tha Free Silver Cause In Advanco of the Nominating Convenllons It Stand Pat far Free Sliver far Western Men and Measures for the People Against the PoÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POIT-DP5-- Â¬ -- -- Â¬ Vl COURIER JOURNAL lOST-UIS-- Breekenridge News Â¬ FOR ONLY 150 TwIce-a-Wee- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GREGORY CO Â¬ Â¬ Jno D Babbage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kiili i VH -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T5ir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J H Hunsche Â¬ The TAILOR Â¬ Â¬ Will be in Clover TIME SCHEDULE port on the 2d and 4th Friday every month Casper 3 Â¬ with Â¬ Â¬ nits Â¬ Ia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE SUN Â¬ Â¬ YSf emai lj AIMA 1 -- afavtevev 3ta Â¬ iMmmwi m ead CoU The Sunday Sun ll tSkjhtsm iSSlwSiS v f isxa f sS Awarded Highest HonorsWorlds Pair n MOST DEL CREAR2 BAIiNi pfttm PERFECT MADE A from Ammonia pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free Alum or any other aJulIcrant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 3 1897 WEDNE8DAY MARCH LOCAL BREVITIES New wall paper at T F Sawyers f Green Apples at Gregory A Gibsons All millinery at cost Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ can be good Bize II A Oelza A Bro Sherman Dall was In the city last Silas Pate and Gus Skillmnn of Har Â¬ week dinsburg wero in the city Saturday E A Klfisam went to Union Star last There were four additions to the Elm week Street Methodist church last Sunday Ilunche Carnelton was here t J II Jno Beeler candidate for jailer was Friday interviewing the boys last Wednesday Something new In soap Gregory A Joe 0 Bruner of Preston and Miss Gibson Mary Robards of Sample wero in the J W Muncaster went to Henderson city Monday shopping Monday Mrs II V Duncan went to Louisville Kobt B Pierce went to Louisville Sunday to purchase her stock of millinThursday ery for the spring trade Chas Hamman went to Cannelton There were three cars of stock and Thursday eight cars of miscellaneous freight ship Good wall paper 2 cents single roll ped from Irvlngton Saturday T F Sawyer Mrs S S Watkirs went to Owensboro Jesse II Miller of Sample was In the last Monday to attend the funeral of her city last week uncle Mr E A Hathaway Mrs Carlton returned from Hawes Has the late cold snap killed the vllle Thursday peaches Is what the lovers of that lu J W Bates of Cannelton was in the clous fruit would like to know city Thursday Henry Robbins living near Clifton File Dellaven of Owensboro was Mills was thrown from a wagon last here last week Thursday and badly bruised up Mis S S Watkins returned from Mis S D Lloyd of Columbus Ohio Owensboro Monday will arrive to day from Louisville to C M Bullitt of Louisville spent visit her mother Mrs F II Sawyer Wednesday in the city pMrs Mary Raitt was compolled to The Columbia lUading Circle met move her household goods out Sunday with Mrs Dr F M Smith Monday the high water surrounding her house You may expect the regular service night S Woolfolk and wife were at the Presbyterian church next Sunday Judge J passengers on Mondays train for Louis- Â¬ Sunday School and Bible class at 930 II V Harris of Louisville came ville down Thursday to look after the busi- Â¬ Misses Lillie and Nettle Manning are ness of the Breckenridge Co Limited both confined to their beds witti typhoid Misses Alllene Murray and Bessie evdr Hambletou returned from Hardinsburg Drug medicines and other goods sold Sunday accompanied by Frank Mercer at Martins for rock bottom prices Come L 11 Scherer who has been in the and Bee confectionary and machine business here Walking haU sailors and n beautiful for a year has moved back to Hawesville lino of trimmed hats at cost Mrs II V his old home Duncan Mr and Mrs John Bruner Ekron Mrs Bru- Â¬ Wine has organized a local went to Louisville Monday branch of the Fiaternal Mystic Circle at ner is in bad health and went to consult a physician Fordsvllle Jack Mattingly has purchased the Geo C Iatton who has been quite ill with la grippe at the Fisher homestead dwelling belonging to Benedlc Beavln out in Eastland The price paid could Is improving not be learned of the rock quarry men had a pret- Â¬ All IWaldo Simons of Tobinsport Ind ty good time last Wednesday it being was in the city Thursday night on his their pay day way to Mt Vernon III to be with rela- Â¬ Itlbbons ribbonB fancy or plain go Â¬ tives and more specially a particular ing at cost for the next 30 days at Mrs friend so it is said II V Duncaus ir B A Parks of Clifton Mills was Have your prescriptions compounded In the city last week Mr Parks Is a by Charles 0 Martin Practical Pre breeder of flco hogs and poultry and is scription Druggist making quite a success In the business Mis j Genevieve Manning who has had Alfred Hennen and E L Clark both a severe attack of typhoid fever for a with the Cincinnati Cooperage Co wore month is getting better in the city last Wednesday We were Coleman Haswell and Percy Beard glad to see Mr Hennen looking so well Hardinsburg occupied parlor chairs on after his serious illness the Texas Monday Mr and Mrs Ridgely Cayce Louir who has vllle spent last week in New Orleans Miss Elizabeth Ekillman been in Louisville for several weeks Mr Cayce represented the Texas in arrived home yesterday tho International Association of Car AcMiss Emma Greenwall of Tuckers countants which was in session there flat Is visltiug her grand parents Mr Mr J B Pace Jr tobacconist of this and Mrs Geo Carlisle city intends shortly to give a select af Â¬ Trafalgar Eetrtb KinRsbury son of Eugene fair at his appartments Kingsbury while playing with some boys Square which will bo his last eories at school Monday fell and broke bis of entertainments as he will soon Bail for Europe on a pleasure and business leg Smith English went to Franklin Tenn tour J II Muncaster had stored in the old Sunday night to see his brother-in-lawho Is quite sick and not expected to tobacco warehouse of WarQelds on the river 20000 pounds of leaf and four hogs liye He was compelled to of tobacco Ernest Robertson came home from heads move it Sunday The high water was Louisville Monday night smiling he about to get it had juBt sold two car loads of hogs at Steve McCoy an old and substantial 305 farmer of the Freedom neighborhood Barney Squin s and sons Andrew and He county died last Thursday Gideon of Hardinsburg came down this wasburled at Freedom burying ground Monday to see the big river and do same Saturday He was nearly eighty years ehopping old and leaves a large family of children Mrs Thos Lewis and daughter Ms all grown Florence Miss Bennle and Mrs Edith Mrs James Easton an old an estimable Harrison spent Friday in Hardinsburg lady of this city who has been quite with relatives and friends 111 for sometime died Monday evening Mrs Orville Gregory accompanied by Mrs Easton was in her CiSth year She her Bister Miss Ula Dowden went to was buried in the Cloverport ceraetry Brandenburg Monday to visit their par Â¬ yesterday ents Mr and Mrs Geo 0 Dowden James Hanulng a member of the dis The Breckenridge Company has a tillery firm of Ohapln Son A Hannlng barge loaded with 520 tons of Cannol of this city was In Hawesville last week coal ready for the first tow boat South looking for a suitable location to start The coal goes to Liverpool England another distillery Mr Hannlng slid Misa Bennle Harrison and sister Mrs ho would like to start up there but the Edith Harrison after a most delightful license asked were entirely too high stay of several days with Mies Florence Rennle Cameron who nas been em Â¬ Lewis returned to Henderson tbelr ployed as Messenger and in charge of the home Saturday stationery department in Paymaster Reuben Miller County Attorney and Bushs olllce ot tho Texas was pro Â¬ SherlffSilas Pate left Sunday for Wash Â¬ moted Usl weok to a clerkships place In ington D 0 to attend the Inauguration H O Mordues department Rejinie Is Mr Pate will a deserving and capable young man anil of president McKlnley go on to New York the News Is glad to note his promotion Geo II Caspetke of Brandenburg lesion Drlskell one ot the bridge came down aud spent Thursday While crew ob the Ttxaa happened to a very here he succeeded in writing some insur Â¬ painful aeeideut Saturday near Spotta Mr Drlskell was taking a pin llla ance He is known b the man In that profession from two stationary box cars when all the englae backed up un Â¬ There never wh before such a hustle of a eudden bl band between and expectedly and for freight quiek delivery Stader breaking hta thumb and fore are botli tWefwiMd that neither the care Wilaoa of hie receive much finger and llbUy injuring oae shall get ahead It y He earne tothta oityaad flngew freight jut iwUee tfe Wg load they other Dr A A SIbwm dremd hU wound Â¬ Â¬ Fresh caktB at Gregory A Gibsons hns returned from Cincin- Â¬ nati Walter Smart went to Louisville Sun day Mrp Emma Smart went to Cannelton yesterday Frank Boyd of OwonBboro was In the city last week T J Compton Webster went to Lou isville Monday Felix Elder 1ms gone on a pleasant visit up the river Mrs Godfrey Ball of Hardinsburg was here lust week Mrp John Akera Is critically ill at her home near Irvlngton Benedict Beavln of Leltchfield Is in the city for a few days V G Babbage of Hardinsburg was hero Friday on business Dr AASimons returned from Lou- Â¬ isville Saturday night Mils Flora Gibson Hawesville was the guesta of MissPearl Gibson Tani OShanters worth 75 cent now 50 cents Mrs II V Duncan Mrs Janus Couty of Sklllman was In the city shopping Saturday The Cincinnati Cooperage Co loaded a barge ot staves hero last week Want to buy a good young horse must Jno Vest THE BRROKBNRIDGR NKWS OLOYRRPORT KY FLORIDA Tutts Pills BEWLEYVILLE Â¬ Delightful State For Invalids And Pleasure Soekers But For The Substantiate Old of Life Kainluck IS WORTH HALF DOZEN SUCH STATES jJrG Flohida March 10th 1806 has gone on a fishing and duck excursion with some parties from the hotel this morning and I am feeliug quite well I will extend this letter a lit- Â¬ tle further This city of Tampa has a population of twenty six to thirty thousand The hanking business is dono by three banks The cigar manufacturing business here Is very large in fact it does the largest business in that line of any place in the United States They have 120 factories some of them very larg employing about 5000 hands near Â¬ ly all dubaiiB I understand they appro- Â¬ priate a certain percentage of their earn ings to the support of the Cuban insur rection As far as I have seen of this country and that is quite limited yet it is very poorly adapted to agricultural purposes the soil is a white Baud Orange trees seem to grow flue in it but I dont see how anything else can grow The gardening that I have Been Is done on a marshy kind of land that has a little soil which by ditching draining and fertilizing they grow their vegetables In com- Â¬ ing through the country from Jackson- Â¬ ville here and riding out five and six miles in different directions while here I have seen nothing that looks like a liv Â¬ ing fir the country people except the orange orchard and that seems to be very uncertain for the most of them that I have seen wero killed two years ago by the fret ze but it certainly Is a delight Â¬ ful resort for invalids and people that want to take shelter from the wintry bh sts of the more Northerly States Just to stc p off the train after two or threo days travel starting from almost any part of the country and find yourself in a delvhtful June climate with the most beautiful and fragrant fhwers growing out in the open gardens and the merry songs of tho numerous mockiDg birds here certainly will put new life in almost any character of an invalid as well as the tourist seeking pleasure The fish and oysters here are tho finest that I have ever found any where So this Is a fine part cf the country for the tourist seek- Â¬ ing health or pleasure to come to but when it combs to furnishing bread and meat and the necessaries as well as lux- Â¬ uries for tho masses old Kentucky is worth a half dozen of Florida I feel confident now that I am on a permanent basis f improvement that will very soon entirely restore mo to bralth I think we will leave bore the last of this week for Naples on the Gulf B F Bkard A Taiii As Marvin MIbb Mary Paul has gone to Falls of Rough to teacli school W II Cain Sr attended Quarterly meeting at Big 8p ing returning home Monday 22nd Misses Willn ai d Nell Drury are at- Â¬ tending school at Irvlngton Monday March 1 t finds Prof Sam Pate In his old place as teacher of low leyvllle school He is the right man in the light place LEletcher Blanford left home Tuesday for Lebanon Ohio to attend school six Cure All Liver Ills Secret of Beauty health The secret of health is the power to digest and assim- Â¬ ilate a proper quanity of food This can never be done when the liver docs not act its part is After The Flood fiS urn mi IS Oyer rfik e Zpf iiiTin mi kv ri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or eight months Hugh Haulaway is able to be out again T J Jolly says he is out of politics but JubC hear him talk will you Miss Annie Johnson has been off at Garfield a week or moro vlsltii g relatives Overton Blanford Roy Cain and Z T Stith attended the Christian Eudeavor meeting at Guston Sunday night We note the presence of Jones Mercer In our midst again Sunday The Bay Viow Circle nt Irvlngton deserves commendation for their determi Â¬ nation to ceebrate Washingtons birth day The special feature is singing national songs We congratulate our good editor for the honorable mention made of him and outsalvcs that he Intends to abide his present calling and is satisfied with it Bion JollyB home precinct gave him sixty three votes with only eleven for his competitors 7 4 Bro J J Smith with Messrs Prather and Denton singers began a meeting In tho Methodist church Saturday 27th The interest so far is very good and we hope to have a good meeting All who can ought to come out to hear the good preaching and eiuglng Notwithstanding the low pricts tho farmer is getting for his tobacco some of them are preparing plant beds foranolher crop We cannot understand why they will persist in raising It wear out them- Â¬ selves and clothes neglect their farms and get nothing in return Stop raising the weed foi a year or two and then you can get something for your work Tho farmer does not realize 5 cents per day for the work he does in the tobacco crop Let every one that can raise other crops quit and the others cut their tobacco crop one half Â¬ Â¬ Tutts Liver Do you know this Their will have to be a general clean up Lots of work to do Pills are an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation torpid liver piles jaundice bilious fever biliousness and kindred diseases Â¬ You will need big brooms mops and Red Seal Lye for Scrubbing nails for repairing We have them Tutts Liver Rillr STEPHENSPORT Candidates candidates come thick and fast our way Rod Shoemaker of Rome Ind was In town Monday Weill the Republican primary result Â¬ ed just as we expected WHY NOT GET A PAIR Of Rubber Boots a Mackintosh now you will need them Dont go to work on a damp floor with leaking Shoes We have an etra heavy Shoe suitable for mud and water get a pair Will Gardner carried his end of the line here for Burton sure Dont forget tho fusion convention March the 0th Saturday The measles wo are glad to say seems to have left Stephensport and wo trust S EKRON Dr MlleB of Garrett nas in town Thursday J P Shacklett Jr went to Brandenburg Monday Warren Richardson of Louisville was in town Wednesday D S Robert of Hardinsburg Normal is visiting Iiis parents William Tindall Jr returned from Indiana Saturday night Mrs TJ James and Shacklett Jr are on the sick list Mrs Wathen of Vine Grove is visit Â¬ ing her daughter Mrs James Kennedy Dr J P Shacklett went to Branden- Â¬ burg Thursday to attend Medical meet- Â¬ ing Mrs Joe Saunders and children left Tuesday for Owensboro their future home B S Clarkson and O A Montgomery were in town last Tuesday shipping stock James Dugan and ills sister Miss Manda returned from Louisville Thurs- Â¬ day night Mrs Dave Henry of WVfct Point is visiting her parent Mr and Mrs Ben Carrico near hero William Bewley and O II Morgan of Sirocco returned to Louisville Monday night to servo on the United States jury E A Guedry returned from Eddyvllle where he had been loading his boat with hoop poh s for the sunny South And left Tuesday eveniug for Concordia to join the rest of the candidates whero they begin speaking Wednesday Three cheers and a prosperous life to Col J D Babbage ot the popular News for bo gracefully declining the office flar- Â¬ ed him Not that he is not capable ot filling tho place a better one to serve the peoplo would be hard to find at the same time we cannot do without him for tho BnKCKKNiuwit News woud tease to be a paper whenever Mr Babbage is not at the helm to steer it lni he right course I think I can speak for all his sub Â¬ scribers in saying they are delighted he has decided to remain in ourmldt Â¬ for good Born to tho wlfo of R W Vaughan a flue girl Feb 2ith at 4 4o p in weight seven pounds The large crop of Republican candi Â¬ dates lias simmered down ton very few since Saturday We trust for a speedy fall in the Ohio river as the water Is beginning to have a dangerous look Did you know that Forest Blain is in love with the last girl that comes to own Well he is Born to the wife ot Samuel Reynolds Romp Ind Friday Feb 2tb a fine boy weight ten pounds and a Bryanite you bet Well I Dont you know that Lee Walls is going to give tho fellow that beats him for tho nomination for jailer on the fusion ticket a hustle you hear us holler Bro Bryan A Cundiff of Falls of Rough nssisted by Sister Seaman of is carrying on a holiness Louisville meeting at the Methodist church Come BIG SPECIAL PRICES In Rubber Coats this week prices that will make them in reach of everybody SULZERS To The Public Hew Harness ITew Buggies ITew Horses Is what youll get when you order a rig from us Prompt services and rates reasonable zSr ye out to hear On Sunday afternoon W A Williams of Owensboro formerly of this place buried in the town graveyard here a little boy baby beside the grave of its little sister buried here about a year ago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The City Council The City Council met in regular monthly assemblage Monday night all were present Mayor Barry calling the housi to order Clerk F N DHuy read the minutes of the last meeting which were approved and adopted New busi Â¬ ness was then called forthere being none the Mayor called on tho Street Commit mittee to make their report they had none The Finauco Committee the next to follow brought up the witness claim that had been presented before the coun- Â¬ cil at its last meeting for payment by Robt B Pierce who had served as a witness for the town against the L St L A Texas There was some discussion as to whether or not the claim should be Mr Eugene Haynes moved allowed that the claim be allowed and it was sometlmo before a second to the motion could be heard The Major had to call the council to order and called for a second which was then given by one of the members and the claim amounting to 3 00 was allowed Tho regular allow- Â¬ ing of bills and salaries was then taken up A petition was then read which was signed by a number of citizens ask Ing the council to investigate the old stable which stands on Mis Rodgers lot and is on the school childrens road After a lengthy discussion the matter was turned over to the Mayor to look into it The Mayor then spoke of a cow ordinance he had and intended bringing it but failed to do to but would have it at the Dext meeting From the talk it seems that a cow ordinance would not have any show at all The following claim 8 were allowed and approved James R Sklllman Balary and fees 21 3025 60 Jno Hall salary and fees Wilson salary 10 50 Gregory A Co bill 10 03 Samuel L Sulz ir 1 05 F N DHuy 2 05 Standard Oil Co 552 The Pobt offlce Fight Still On 3fro Republican post office election came oil Saturday and all ot the respec tive candidates who remained on the ticket seemed to have a jolly good time Henry all day The vote is as follows Morton 17 Dr B T Raflerty 111 Wm H Mullen 1 J II Rowland 110 and 32 Thus giving Geo Gelcndanner Rowland a majority ot 47 over all When the polls cloaed the sheriff not JT We were sorry to hear that our friond Jlmmie Jenkins of The Central house received n severe fall in Lexington a few days since by slipping up on the sidewalk Wo never the less glad to know he is able to out again GLENDEANE Flour 40c n sack W C Moorman Mr Turn Brown moves to Harned this week Headquarters for tobacco canvass W Moorman Miss Amanda Dean has begun teach- Â¬ ing a clsss In music Four packages Cormacks Nudavene Flakes 30c W 0 Moorman Miss Mary Peyton was sick last week aud spent a part of tho time at home W 0 Moorman sella tbu nicest and freshest groceries atcheapest cash prices Seven packages Arbuckles XXXXand C HEYSEH STADEE CLOVERPORT KY Goldon Rio Moorman coflVo for 100 W O gjgpEBBgg5ggBgBgBg5888ffi3l s IE3 PUBE FRESH NEW GOODS Wheeler Powell was turning a lathe Sunday and caught Iiib thumb tearing it frightfully The primary Saturday was quiet here About two thirds of the Republican vote wrs polled at this place Dr D Haynes will be at Glendeane March 11 12 and IS He ia prepared to do all kluds of dental work Uiflaraea A Moorman Is being strong ly solicited to maice mo race lor Aiagis tate If ho consents to enter the field hull hi a winning competitor for some Â¬ body COURTEOUS TREATMENT Is what all the Ladies tlcsirc when purchasing their Groceries Furthermore the most important point is the price right Our prices arc always guaranteed Trade with us and see how wc serve you 1 iToson O regrorr dc GKY CLOVEltlOKT Â¬ having to make any legal return did not take charge ot the Btul s but it was thought that something might occur and si the clerk look charge of them Jonas Wilson and Marion Weatherholt two of the candidates who withdrew from the race went to Mr Polk who was clerk of the election and demanded a delivery of the stubs saying they desired to show who elected Rowland Mr Polk refused toglve them up and Mr Weatherholt said we can get them by legal proceed leg It looks like the ball has Just eeanaeaced to roll Rev Donald M Grant preached at Gust on Sunday morning and evening to two good congregations The Christian Endeavor Society in that church ia Jiut one year old and ia doing good work They wllLeleet new officer tor the ewue lag year Wednesday night caut School Report Holt Kv Feb 20 1897 After pass Â¬ The High Water which was held in The water has been over the Clover ing an examination District No 2 and making a general Creek bridge for nearly a week and traf average of not less than 85 per cent the fie to some extent has been interfered following pupis lu their reepi ctive grades with A free ferry to accommodate the public was put on by he city fathers and are Fifth Grade Fred Rledel 03 Harry EE is being constantly used by pedestrians Board 07 Friida Rledel 07 It seems to be the delight of all to 1 F urth Grade Norris Board 04 Ad catch a wagon or rome sort ot vehicle to die Payne II August Rledel 02 Efile get across The river fell about six inch Â¬ Boultinghouse 80 es Monday night and had fallen a little Third Grade Frank B White 07 yesterday but the recent rain it to any 00 Virgil HFontaine will more than likely Salllo William extent general 00 Ollle BaumWJ Katie Payne 02 start it to rising again Mlttle Tato 0 Second Grade Idella Stewart 05 JJEhe service at the Presbyterian church OLOVERPORT Tate 04 Mildred Fontaine 01 last Friday night wan the most enjoyable Grade Dowel 00 that has been held in that church for a Nellie to extend thanta to the patrons I wish long time Rev E L Warren of Lou- Â¬ Addison for their hospitality isville recolved into fellowship of tho of Holt and in the educational church the following persona Chas and interest taken At the Law Office of work Hamman Lma Hammnn Lodosca May My public school having been closed Ind Office on 61h Stt Cannelton V G BABBAGE Owen May Harry Hambletou and Jesse Friday I shall on Monday bo Morton After a very impressive sermon on last Dntlitry In all IU Bunohei p aollod ind IK HAUDiNsnuno spring term of two months and all ll operitlom jiorforiud In tho moit iktlful by Dr Warten he was assisted In ad tin a patrons are solicited to send pupils regu Â¬ manner t pric to suit he Minn You Get ministering the Lords Supper by Rvs Crown nj DrUgi Work a ipecUlty Ticth larly A Deed Mortgage or any writ 8 G Shelley and D M Grant ttracttd loiltlviljr Without llq An education is the best accomplish Â¬ tea instiuinent drawn Kent The poet office electiou was held here ment which one can have It ia not the 91 oat Uoiwplele BdhIkI Hootua buy or sell a piece of land 1h NeuthcrH luaiMuu last Saturday and was conducted very development ot one Intellectually only Collections made aud remit The result but Intellectually morally and physic Â¬ systematically and quietly FOR SALE tancea prompt was a follows II D Health 30 W II ally Copying done on the Call Two mulct mo luhl UacV mI uxl a lot of Ipc pcutori which w wlHuH iwuutUa Call Lyoas 98 John Key 28 J D Beaty EUUKMV GlLULANII graph the beet type writer 11 ft 9 1HWAN lrlawi Ky or writ uk 13 j B F Mitchell 11 D S Hale 4 R A la the world wm K N Miller 4 W Hayes 2 J D Keowa The hlch water has brought out all ot 8 Bruner la oa the Mk WaV here Friday a Express the old skiffs sjtmmmmmmttitmmmrmmmtmi E 12000 3 and 4 year old Ben DavisS Apple trees at 200 per 100 1 Peach trees at 500 4000 No No order accepted for less per 100 than 100 trees Address Nursery Stock HIGHLAND NURSERY B J 3 2 2 KY3 C BUSH D D S Can JmwI ll4Mftf 8irky O uJiJiMssililiBsililiMssililisiWssPWEMslsslilii 8 Breckenridge Ine D THR BKLElOKmNRIDQEl NRWS OLxOYfiRPOft News Proprlelri k V Q BsMnge Editors tad K WEDNESDAY MAltOIl a 1897 The C 0 C This club is sometimes called tlio Clo verport Chocolate Club SMiietlmes tlio Oloverport Chewing gum Club but the most popular name over the world gen erally seems to be tlio younger four hundred However there is not much in n name Not long since I had the pleasure nf at Â¬ tending one of their meetings My daughter who is a very actlvo member and who It is said can eat as much chocolate candy as any one elso in the society asked me to say something about it in the News bo I agree I to do it The club wai orgmizid about six months ago auJ now millibars seven members four girls and three boyt They meet every Friday night a soon alter tea as possible and adjourn when the train goes down Sima of the girls who fail to receive a card from some ol the boys asking her to accept his cam piny to the club arrive before dark Ohers more fortunate came later not for fashions sake but waiting on their Some of them have to linisli a escorts box ol cigarettes another perhaps must wait till his mother has time to part his hair in the middle while another may be must go and ask the barber ii his mustache has grown any in the past week When the meeting lias been called to order the first thing on the program to relievo the little etidiipssthat has possession ol all the members tlio hostess passes around the chocolate candy In a few moments she passes it again and s on till it is all gone Silence againprevails Then the lit tie girls the loveliest and most endear ing creature of all our Makers handiwork and as pure as the water in the silver lake washed by the shifting sands for ages cuddle together and with ashy lurking preference for the boys which steals over them unawares they giggle and whisper to attract their attention These young lords as If in a deep study sit with their hands folded their thumbs chasing each other till they perceive their time is short They then one by one chose a girl and to introduce n conversation offer n chocoate drop And soon the fun begins They lay aside their assumed dignity and a regular chil drens party begins The longer they play the louder they get till tlio train whistles then they leave the room looking like a young cyclono had passed 5y ten oclock they nro all through it at home asleep dreaming of the good time they had at the C 0 C There nre n great many clubs in Ciov erport of various names and syles and orders but none have the real enjoy ment that these little folks do With them there is no wrangling no disputes no over eating indigestiblefood no late hours Tlio next morning they are at breakfast on time with rosy cheeks und sparkling eyes entertaining the family S with what happened at the club Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Firit Mo la The White Home McKlnley will be the first President o have n Mo to his name It is a singular fact considering the prominence of the Scotch and Irish blood among tho American people that not a singlo Mc has served as President Vice President however or speaker Several Macs have served in the Cabinet Washington had James McIIenry forSecretary of War Monroo had John McLean for Postmaster General JackBon hal Lous McLean for Secretary cf State and also of tho Treasury Tyler had John McLean for Secretary of War Pierce had Robert McClelland for Secretary of tho Interior Lincoln and Arthur had Hugh McCul lough for Secretary of the Treasury Hayes had George W McCreaiy for Sec Â¬ retary of War and Garfield had Wayne McVeagh for Attorney General Presi dent McKlnley It is expected will have two Macs in his Cabinet McKenna and McCook In this connection it is ol interest to note that of all the origioal fighting McCooks who took part in the Civil war only four are now livii g John J McCook tho new Attorney General was the youngest of the tribe of Dan the name given to the sons of Mkj Dan lei McCook Ills brother Gen McCo k ol the regular army and his c Jtislns City Chamberlain Anson G McCook and Kw J J McCook of Trinity College Hart ford are the other survivors of the two branches of this famous family that gave its full male Strength to the defense ol the Union New York letter to the Philadelphia Ledger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAWESVILLE IUlmlcakri I t ii Ul JiUniDfUKy lliair IJI1IIII will be a candidate for tho Statu Senate subject to the silver fusion ticket The msjulty of men and women about Pellville who have changed mates will return In time for sprlrg plowing Capt T D Ireland was In tho city Saturday nnd contradicted the report of Jk I ID IMIMI I -- tl uiii art union cf tx Confederatesnt his home on the ith of June Â¬ AXTEL Clearing Ground Tie Making News of Interest Other Corn The spirit rappers ai o getting In their work and the old tables in tlio city are being wrecked by the violence of the spirits They seem to be in n hilarious mood nnd an effort will bo made to have Schrader the healer who Is now In Lxiugton pay us a visit Hundrtds ol men sworo last year that they would never grow another stalk of tobacco if Bryan was defeated But they have been encouraged by the better prices ruling to dy and the forests are nbhztwith the fires cf burning plant bnls A larger crop than ever will be grown in th c unt There is i o town in the state with a steadier or more permanent growth than Haucsville By fall we will have water works electric lights and a modern theatre which will give us all that any other city has And yet we liavo only 1500 peopo In addition we havo more different varltles of politics than any oilier people on earth Mis Hall lias filed suit for divorce from her husband Jnnies Hall who left her several months ago Mrs Hall was the widow of Charles Priest who was killed In a coal mine several years ago Hui o k Clarion Of Intoreit to Farmers Heller prices for wool are In sight All dry food and all corn will make crazy lows A big fat veal never need bawl for a good market L unbs should ha Lid In an rnclosire by themselves Open the windows of the piultiy house wide on every mild sunny day Thirty creamerlep In Central Kansa pay to farmers 10000 a month for cri am Onion Beta may be put In this month if the top crust is thawed three inches down prevents diges I Is caused tion ami permits foo I to ferment itnl imtrlfy In cli I hen follow illulueis liciilaclie tin i DOUSBieSS ur JiIi ly iiril HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home slorc adds to the development of the home industries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the individual for wc arc nil more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We arc keeping cnrcful track of your wnnts nnd constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont All manner of fail to give mc a call produce taken in exchange for goods Â¬ 4 Ins iiitlna nersnnsnen ami It nnt rellovd bilious fever or bliinit i zoning Hoods ntit nitiiiiw llw tmiiMl J 1119 atlnt it niv roiue tlio liver 1cure head irlifl rtllncss con cent HoH liy all ilnnsKfrts dtlpatlon el Iho only fills U taUo with llcods BarsupurllU Palls MATTINGLY The health of the community Is very Belter go twice than overload the team This overloading is a fruitful cause of un sounduiBS CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills Ky good Measles have about completed their If I he best boar obtainable cort 15 work here mora than one of medium quality the The ex candidates are beginning to best is the cheapest leo Mever and Ernest Robertson hotli Miss Lou Mattingly ww tl o guest last weiit to Louisville Saturdae loididdown Sunday of Alias Either Frank with hogs aid rattle Firnieis have all ben hurtling duiii g Dont neghctto glv ev ry borne on tho farm workers ami dr v is a bran inaih once every week Every larm r should plant a fw suiar beets to test his laud This Is tlm com ing industry in this country The early round varieth a of pcisean em be plauted on the Southern side ol a thawed out rlde anytime now The egg that returns a ha d metallic Bound when struck will not hatch neith er will one with a dead chalky shell II the crowns of your asparagus have worked too near the suiface cover this spring with two or three Inches of rich mould The fanner who bhIs his wln at at 50o a bushel and bujs bread at Oca loaf per pays the baker at the rate of bushel for wheat If you believe that cows bhould be turned out in the cold to exercise just keep a few in and give them the same feed and care and notice which do tho best Willis Lnnson Irvington planted a half acre in broom corn last year Ttie yield was enough to make 500 brooms Mr Law son makes the brooms at odd times and on rainy days A pot ol baked beans from the garden costing 20 is of equal nutritive value and sustaining power to the same weight of sirloin steak fresh from tho cold stor age vaults ol the beef trust Steve Kennedy a prosperous farmer living near Irvington saj 8 he has been married thirty seven yearn lias raistd a family of six children n id his doctors bill during that time hasnt averaged 5 a year Did you ever stop to think what a won derful animal a cow Is For iitarly a year twice each day her generous gift of rich milk with no uncertainty is tru The maa that starves ly wonderful neglects and abuses her is indeed a brute A farmer living near Custer this couu ty raised a crop of tobacco last year nnd shipped it to Louisville Ho hunt- Â¬ ed rabbi Is one day and shipped them When I In realong with his tobacco turns came in lie found that his one days hunting had brought him more money than his whole crop ol tobaco The best remedy for hog cholera is sodium sul wood charcoal sulphur phate and antimony sulphide of eacli one pound nnd sodium chloride sodium bicarbonate and sxliuiu hyposulphite f eacli two pounds These things are well pondered and mixed The dose is a large tablespoonful for each 200 pounds of the hogs to be tteated and given once a day Let your wife and the girls fuss around the horses if they only will To woman In the home is attributed the many little thoughtfulnesses which make life worth the living She can do as much accord- Â¬ ing for the horse as for the home If ycu dont believe it look Into the eyes of a horse who is petted and handled by women and one that Is not and se which betokens the most happiness At least three acres of plow land should be set apart for a truck patch and the following vegatables should be grown in great abundance beans peas sugircoru cabbage potatoes and tomatoes Tnose are most essential but there should be asparagus rhubarb parsnip beets on- Â¬ ions turnips melons and cucumbers also a good berry patch to include the straw- Â¬ berry raspberry currant and grape Everybody about the farm should be well fed of things that are grown on the farm and thus money be saved and health conserved Â¬ disappear the beautiful days of sunshine The ri cent rain nnd snow fall has chi eki d tho farm work to Borne extent L W Pate formerly of this p1acenow of Jollys Station was ill our midst last week Messrs Burton Oram and llmnas Ryan have returned after a weeks visit In Daviess county Miss Eva Hawkins spent Saturday night and Sunday with Msss Maggie and Eflio Hambleton Alfred Hawkins has sent in his resig Â¬ nation as postmaster at this place Mr O B Iae has petitioned for tho office Mhs Ada Drickey who has been liv- Â¬ ing with her uncle James Harris near llardinsburg for the past year has returned home to stay Â¬ ES Z T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky DR MENDENHALL3 v IMPROVED Â¬ Â¬ The Grandest Remedy Mr It 15 Greeve merchant of Chil howie Va certifies that lib had consumption wab given up to dio nought all medical treatment that money could procure tried all cough remedies he could hear of hut got no relief spent many nights sitting up in a chair was induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery and was cured by use of two bottles I or past three years has been attending to business and says Dr Kings New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made as it lias dono so much for him and also for others in his community Dr Kings New Discovery is guaranteed for Coughs Colds and Consumption It dont fail Trial bottlo free at A It Fish ers Drug Store Â¬ Â¬ JEFFERSONS INAUGURATION The Story That He Rode on Horse back Unattended Was a Fake 111i Century No inauguration myth has been more tenacious of life than that which pict- Â¬ ured Jefferson attired as a plain citizen riding on horseback to the Capitol hitching his horse to the palling and walking unattended into the Senate chamber to take the oath as President To have done this would have been in accordance with ills previous utterances for ho had strongly condemned as savor- Â¬ ing of monarchy nil public ceremony at the swearing in of a President When the time for his own inauguration ar rived however the case seems to have looked different to him Whether it was because he was to be the first Presi Â¬ dent inaugurated at the new caplto or because of an unwillingness to disappoint the largo numbers of his friends and par Â¬ tisans who had assembled to do honor to him is not clear hut the fact Is that lie did permit a considerable display at tho ceremonies Ho was met at tiie tloor of his boarding house which was only a stones throw from the Capitol by a militia artillery company and a process ion of citlzsns and escorted by these lie went on foot to the Capitol The horseback story or fake as it would be denominated in modern journ Â¬ alism was the invention of an English man named John Davie who put it in a book of American travels which he published in London two years later In order to give it an air of truthfulness Dayis declared that ho was present at the inauguration which was not true A veracious account of the ceremonies was sent to England by Edward Thorn- Â¬ ton who was then in charge of the Dritislt Legation at Washington and in this Jefferson was described as having walked to tho Capitol Tliess facts together with a mass of interesting natter about Jeffersons inauguration are st t forth in detail by Henry Adams in his History of the United States and leave no doubt tha tin I wis version ww a pure fabrication Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thomas Jett and wife went to Kirk this week tose Mrs Win Dowrs who is very low with dropsy Miss Victoria Brown is very ill Miss Vayino Ireland Is making nn Charlie Bennett will make ties all this extended visit to her sister Mis Leon year Miss Flora Hinton Is very low with McGavock in Cloverport Dr Stt r -- 500 bushels of corn on the typhoid fever rett farm have been Bold to Dunn fc Miss Sallie Berry spent Wednesday Backer of Tioy at 20s and Is now being with her parents loaded on a barge all busy clearing corn Farmers are Geo Lawton and Gus Hagman came ground in tills vicinity down Iron Breckenridgo county Satur- Â¬ Jusso Lewis of Glendeane was the day They have bought another tract guest of J L Mattingly last Wednes ol timber near Jollys Station day Mss Dood Adair 1ms been wry Indus Mrs Mary HaQeys children had their trious this week in circulating her peti sale last Saturday and sold everything tion for the post office and it has gener- Â¬ at high prices ally been signed by our business people 1 have been a subscriber for a long The Rev ieo Campbell of Jefferson time and I think the Nkhs is the best ville Ind has promised to assist in n county paper I ever read meeting at the Methodist church the Jake Chauely who carried the mails first of April Mr Campbell is a very from McDauiels to Glendeane for some- Â¬ succjftful preacher In a recent meettime was here Wednesday ing in his own church there were over and as many two hundred professions additions to his church Tne Tutted States LSuil ling it Loan of Louisville made an Association assignment on Thursday This company had seventy eight shares of stock at 100 each placed in Huwesville and Geo C Wilson was the treasurer The stock was held as follows John Adair 17 Ben II liiudexter 10 T D Ayres 11 L C Goering 5 George O Wilson 5 Stanley Allen 5 Clarence Sterett 0 Frank Lyibovi z 10 Mrs W W Taber in re- Â¬ We have numerous inquiries 5 and Sam Brown 5 of internal in rases gard tii ti S Julia A llayuis aged CIS died nt caiiuTH such as cancer of the womb Umincli and bmwK When the dls Patesville February L0 She was the eaM atlaci s these organs the doctors wife of John liaynes who died Nav 10 generally admit that it is incurable We make no boast of what S S S will and the mother of Oscar liaynes who do in Mich cases us the following let- Â¬ died in January Three of the family ters we feel are worth more than vol Â¬ were taken off by typhoid fever Albert umes of claims that we might make another son about 22 years of age is sick Head them carefully with the same fever all having taken it Nonwicn Conn Deo 30 1805 from the use ol water in a well on the Tuk Swift Si Ecinc Co use of water In a well on tho promises Atlanta Ga Mrs liaynes was an excellent woman Gentlemen Will you kindly mnil me your book on blood poison skin and had ninny friends Mrs Swopr diseases and cancer My mother 70 whose husband was killed by a lunatic to 70 years of age hns a cancer in the rectum Two of our best doctors here about a year ago at Patesville visited have given her up and say the sooner her sister Mrs Haynes and used water she dies the better for herself and if from the well She was stricVen with she lives long she will die in agony While I do not know that they are the fever and only lived about three wrong in their opinions I am not sat weeks dying before her sisUr isfled with them and believe your S S if It does not cure her will nt S The inauguation of President McKln- Â¬ least relieve her so she will die peace ley will attract many prominent individ- Â¬ I got her started on your fully You can attend S S 8 yesterday and what I want of uals to Washington your book is points as to bathing or very cheaply and enjoy a most satisfac- Â¬ injecting Will be pleased to hear tory trip by going via the II O S W from you soon Ry Tickets good going March 1 - and Yours very truly G L CnosonovE and good returning including March Box lrl Norwich Conn 8 at special low rates for this occasion with a splendid train service Make up Nonwicn Conn Feb 0 1800 your parties and for further information The Swift Sracma Co O S W Ry consult any agent 11 Atlanta Ga Gkntlemen When I wrote you Write lor guide to Washington to J M the latter part of December my CiiEsniiouoii General Pamsnger Agent mother was according to the honest Cincinnati O belief of three physicians on her deathbed she could not retain either Getting Things Straightened food or medicine on her stomach nnd it did not seem reasonable to think re- Â¬ there was anything but death to lieve her The doctors Informed us Mrs Cleveland Becoming Settled In she had a cancer in the lower bowel Her New Home and there was no cure for her She showed such vitality for a person to be so near death we thought there Princeton N l Feb 24 President must be something to help her and Clevelands horses and carriages arrived reading of others being saved by the use of your S 6 8 wo thought it here this afternoon from Washington and were duly installed In the new sta would do no harm If not some good to try it so we informed her of her nd s To night tlio Cleveland riadouce in- Â¬ condition just as the doctors had formed us and left It with her to try had lost much of its former unfinished Few of the windows re your remedy or not as she saw fit appearance She concluded to try it and from the maim d uncurtained and through many first dose or two she began to brighten of them lights shono cheerily This up and improve she can now get up dress and help herself and can eat morning the Cleveland children in everything or anything sho wauts and ciiarge of nurses came out to play on the no distress from It We nil feel quite front lawn The cold weather however hopeful that the cancer will pass away soon drove them in doors in duo time by tho use of your 8 8 8 Mrs Cleveland his been raked to ofwhich she will now gladly take You may make this letter as publlo as you ficiate in conjunction with tlio wives of ohoo3e and tlio more so the better as prominent professors as a patroness of too much praise can not be given your the Evelyn college bent fit dance to be valuable remedy held to morrow night If site accepts Yours truly Quo h CnosauovB this will be the first social event in Priucvtou in which she will participate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2i Â¬ s Â¬ P B Pate our hustling merchant is fast building up his trade here Mr Pate Is a good merchant and deserves tho patronage of this community Peter Dohono and Owen Whltehouse Mi Dohono is in were in town Friday his eighty fourth year and is hale and hardy but is seldom seen in this place A stranger rode into our villago a fow davBa0 anil Inquired how far it was to We are in need of iron bars Balltown for such insulting men to look through Win Brown who had the sad misfort une of getting his leg broken has tho sympathy ol his many friends at this place who hope for his speedy recovery Â¬ Â¬ Mr Charley Campbell and Miss Viola Duke weio married Sunday evening at the home of the bride Rev S J Ritchdy officiating The brido is the accom- Â¬ plished daughter of J L Duke The groom is a well to do young farmer Both are highly respected young people and have the hist wlsheB of their many lUiWHFJ J friends W J Bryan in Washington LLdUh Vfuiiiij JSiiU Â¬ tarns Â¬ Â¬ Tlit Washington correspondent of the Courier Journal sis Hon William Jennings Bryan late candidate for President was on the lloor of the Houjo this evening about 4 oclock Ho received a great ovation public busi ness being suspend d for more than ten minutts Speaker R ed sent word that he desired to speak with the late Presi- Â¬ Every voter should cast his vote for dential candidate The appearance of the candidate for Magistrate who advo Bryau shaking hands with Reed was cates road tax Never until this tax is greeted with a round ol applause placed upon people will there be good Tho Best County Paper roads in this country Amiss Kv Feb 20 Mn J I Bah B F Frank and one ol ills lady rela tives are contemplating building u family ihok DitAit Sin Ono dollar enclesod boat to ride the waves of the Ohio this for which ou will please to send the summer Fred is a boss carpenter and BitECKUNitiiKiK Niws to my address for could soon erect a mansion ol this sort one ytnr Yours is the best county paRi spectfully The greatest attraction here Inst Satur per wo see Jos M CooiKit day and Mouday was Alt Hawkins niov Ir g into his property on the hill on a Married Men Are Busy sled Af said it was auclent style but he got moved just the same I he Liiicnnatl Coinmerciil Tribute fCtlbert Oram of Tar Spring and Miss No the manied men of the country Mollie Johnson ol CloverpDit boarded have no time to attend the proposed the WeBt bouud passouger last Wednes Â¬ Congress of Pnpxs They are too busy day morning and rolled into that blessed taking care if the habits while their city of Cauneltou where so many ach Â¬ wives travel around to the various femae ing hearts have had their pains eased conventions and were j lined heart and hand in the holy bonds of matrimony They return Several prominent English bimetal elhoine Wednesday evening as happy lists declare that Sjnator Wolcotte mis as the larks that sweep the meadows on sion abroad was a great success the beautiful spring days Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Speedily relieves and cores Coughs Colds Consumption Bronchitis Asthma Grippe Hoarseness Whooping Cough Croup and all diseases of the lungs and respiraiuiy uigaiu an rmci3 PEFAttmui 00 CoiUh r ONUY BY DR J C MUXDENHALL EVAN9VIILB IN1D B O TlirvElE S E W RY Trains leave Louisvillo as follows S W IIAILWAY Cmclnnatl and the St bouii und tlio West No 20 No 16 No 1 8 a 351m 823am 2 45P Iv IouImP s 6 45am 11 55am 605pm Ar t inclnali 11 ijam Ar Columbus SSSPm 11 cspm S ajpin 7 a cam Ar Iltttburj 6 50 am 11 30am Ar Wushington 1 2pm Ar Daltimore 7 50am Ar Phi adelphia 10 151m 3 40 pm Ar New York la 3onn 5 55pm ocpra Ar Boston 3 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman Iluflet Iarlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room bleeper ani dnlng cars Cliicinnitl to Wushingon Ilaitlmore Phllnielphla und New York without changr Car to Tran No IS has cligant Pullman Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to JSew York without change Train No ao hat sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oVlock to receive passergets O B Kat DUKES Wolcomo News welcome ANOTHER Bukckknridok CUT Co latlr JL St Louis Springfield and the West A light buow fall In this section Thurs- Â¬ day night While cutting down trees watch lest you let one fall on a candidate Tfie nuables have disappeared only visiting one family in tills neighborhood Mr Sam Burnett and wife spent Sun- Â¬ day with their daughter Mrs Lou Jar Geo Yeakel THE GREAT Lv Inulstille Ar M Louis Ar Springfield No 30 315am ia 3onn 8 40pm No 16 833am 040pm No 8 aopm 9 33am 44 713am North Vernon accomodation leavts at 7 Is a m dally Cnarlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except btiday Trains Nos 16 ao and 44 laietlrgnnt day coaches Iul man parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis Bargain Store The first to bring High Prices down and are keeping them down Compare our prices with othors lbs Standard Granulated Sugar- - 1 00 Good Green Coiree 100 1 00 2i yds Best Hoosier Cotton 05 1150 yds Fine Brown Sheeting 4 4 G5 pn Mens Jeans Pants Hned 60 Ono lot Boys odd Coats sizss 22 8 boe A cyclone passed over this section Monday It was traveling a little North of East Misses Frankle Newberry and Mollie Downs went to Cloverport Wednesday From East 7 5 am 1315 noon 640 p m a m 3 30 a m From West -- 7 ni 1315 p in 6 40 p nt City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail information regarding rales time on connecting lines sleeping parlor duilrg cais etc addnss US IIKUWN District Pas Ticket Agent B O S W Ily 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHKSSnROUCH Gineral Pas enger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O II WARKKL Assistant General lassenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio 13 35 TUAINS AUIIIVE aa BIG SPRING The cold wavo has again struck us Mr II Meyer was on the sick list last week Mr Maf Talbott ol Elizabethtown is here the guest of Mr Jim Clarkson Mr Patrick of Roma Ind was the guest of Mr and Mis J W Hardin Mr Jack Harrington of Garrett was hero last Thursday tho guest of James Theabnvoisbutasamploofthemny letters we receive daily in regard to various deep seated blood diseases which other remedies do not touch Contagious Wood Poison Scrofula Eo xema Jtheumatism and Tetter are ob stlnato blood diseases and only a real blood remedy will have any effect what- Â¬ ever upon them 8 8 8 guaranteed purely vegetable Is a real blood remedy and never Mils to cure any disease hav Â¬ ing its origin In the blood it matters not what other treatment has failed Valuable books can be obtained by ad Â¬ dressing The Swift Bpeolflo Co Atlan Â¬ ta I Ga Harned Mr Hen Clarkson was in Louisville last week with a load of hogs and got a good price Dr Strother attended the Meade County Medical Society at Brandenburg last Thursday Mr McGuflln who represents W II Newman Co wholesale groceries was here last Thursday Will Husband wile visited her parents Mr Thomas and wife uear Rosstta last DISEASES OP THE SKIN Friday and Saturday Tho intense itching and smarting ind dent to eczema tetter salt rheum and other Miss Jduulovie Clarkson one of oqr diseases of tho skin u instantly allayed by is visiting a applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin most stylish young ladles Ointment Many very hail cues have been friend at Marlon Ky permanently cured by It It Is equally Dr Gray formerly of this placo who efficient fur itching piles and n favorite rem Â¬ edy for snro nipples chapcd luintU chil- Â¬ moved to Paducah last summer is here blains frost bite and clironio sore eyes again looking for an opening For sale by druggUt at 25 ccuU per box It ia slated that kleptomania la on the Try Dr Cadji Condition Powders they increase iu London since the rebate of are just what a hone needs when in bad oondj Mrs Gasile uon ionic nioou purttierand vermifuge Â¬ shopping To morrow a new President takes his s at then a change out of tl frying pan iuto the fire Mrs Martha Burnett and Mrs Emma Ray were the guests Wednesday ot Mrs Lou Jarboe Mrs Martha Hogg and Mrs Emma Isomand baby visited Wednesday at Mrs Ollle Johnsjus Mr Nate Starks Jr and wife of near Patesville are visiting here this week the guests of bis parents AVtddings galore the boys and girls have concluded that if they wulted for those promised prosperous times they will become old maids and bachelors Some man who claims to havo discov- Â¬ ered that the earths polts move may Le right about it anywny this morning Sat- Â¬ urday feels like the Noith Pole had moved a few feet in this direction Rev S J Rltchey and Mr J J Husk aud farutllis of Daviess county are ex Â¬ pected to arrive in our neighborhood Wedntsday They will occupy Mr Natj Starks house tlio prt s nt year The promised restoration ol confidence by tho It publicans to those that would vote for the single gold standard Is still looked for and will be fjrever looked for as the promise that was made by them to tho uegio thirty acn s of land and a one eye mule Mr Eldred Powers the Dukos corres pondent to the Plaledealer says he has two bret girls and that he had betle go Wist and grow up with the country but he is satisfied with his lot in this lucky part of this unlucky world and while chances are favorable for getting him a wife lie dont wish to change climates Â¬ BANK Of HARDI1TSETJHG Capital Stock 125 000 Bnrplui 7 600 0 F BEARD Frsildcnt WILL MILLER Vlco Proildont M - 0 8 10 Ono lot Lidles and Childrens Hats worth 50c M prs Ladiis Calf Dal Shoes Ask to bc o our line Childrens shoes 48 prs Mens fine shot s worth 1 50 r II BEARD 10 QWDKAKD 1 -- Dlrtoton 75 MOKKIS K3KHID0K J M JOLLY 35 R INTEREST PAID ON TIIVE DEPOSITS CaiMr V 75 100 W K IIAUNKS A II KINCIIELOH Big Cut in Carpets and Wall Paper Beautiful Window Shades worth 40e 52 prs Lace Curtains worth 75o 10 pes Nice Heavy Canton Flannel 00 prs Mens Suspended worth 35c Nelson Scamleta fockfl only six prs to each cutoiners 72 prs Ladies ilauk Hose worth 20- 25 50 05 15 BARNES KINCHELOE -- ATTORNEYS AT LAW HAIfDIHSDURO KY Collections and enforcement of liens given special attention 05 10 1 If you ever saw barsaiuB yoj will see them now Big Box of Embroidery Remnants J Good Neat Printing 10 10 3S S5il price loch White Wr sh Brushes Good Heavy Straw Matting only One lot Mens White Laundred Shirts One lot Jfens Suits worth 1 00 Bya Knee Pant SulU Mens Fine Fur Hata 7 50 2 90 70 03 The Great Bargain Store y Is just as essentia to success In business as your fating with any of the mcrclian tile agencies Write us for prices and samples All work guaranteed rb GEO YEAKEL CO Breckenridge News BRANDENIUR8 RY r