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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI 3ST0 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 189 NO 34 FREE ADS IN THE NEWS BECAUSE PEOPLE GLADLY PAY FOE A MEDIUM OP VALUE kissino tiik hiiim Inti rmtlllB Itn tin- - President MKinley Buffaloan Goos Out and tho Can tn About Til In IVntitrn of ttnian Goes In IMPOSING POLITICAL EVENT 1 Inaugural Ball of Functions of tho Ono Tlmo-Hon-rr- Great Event Washington March 4 Tho Hlblo on which Mr McKlnlcy took tho oath of ofllco as president of tlio United StatPS Is nn unusually handsome and costly copy ot tho Testlment made especially for the occasion In Ohio and presented to tho new president by Bit hop Arnctt of Wllberforcc college n olarcd Insti- Â¬ tution In the Duckcye state on behalf of tho African Methodist Kplscopal church Its covers are A blue moroc Â¬ co with satin HnlnES while satin pan- Â¬ els and gilt edges A fpld p to In tho center will bo engraved wua the fol- Â¬ lowing Inscription William McKlnley president of tho United States of America Inaugurated March I Inniiriirntlnii PWW 1897 i H t T Washington March 4 Tho ceiemo ny of matting and unmaking a president and vice president began with tho departure of President Cleve- Â¬ land and President elect McKlnlcy and Vlco President elect llobart and tho sennto committee of arrangements and their escort of 5000 troops from the White House for tho Capitol where tho oath of office was to bo adminis- Â¬ tered to the now chief oxecutlvo At tho Capitol tho president and other ofllclals tho president and vice president elect assembled In the sen- Â¬ ate chamber the members of tho su- Â¬ premo court and of tho scnato and houso being present Vlco President Stevenson administered tho oath of offlco to Mr llobart and at tho stroko of 12 declared tho senate of tho Fifty fourth congress adjourned without do lay Tho vlco president an extra ses- Â¬ sion of tho senate having been called then administered tho oath to tho newly elected senators Tho senato then took a recess and the procession moved to the stand at tho east portico In front of tho rotun- Â¬ da President Cleveland and President- Â¬ elect McKlnley leading On the stand tho oath of office was administered to President elect McKlnley by Chief Justice Fuller President McKlnley then made his Inaugural address On concluding he returned to tho presidents room in the senate wing of the Capitol and from thoro ho was es- Â¬ corted to tho White House by tho In- Â¬ augural parade which began to move from the Capitol about 2 oclock Tho parade moved from the Capitol by way of Pennsylvania avenue west to Washington Circle thenco east through K street to Vermont avenue where tho organizations were re vlowed by Orand Marshal Porter and dismissed From a stand In front of tho White Houso tho president re- Â¬ viewed the parade On the return to the White Houso which President McKlnley reached ahead of the main body of the parade n luncheon was served for him beforo he went to tho reviewing stand At this time ho and Mrs McKlnley took leave of ex President and Mrs Clove land IXANOUIlU HALT Olio Iif tlio Tlmp tliinoreil The book on which ho was sworn Into tho highest ofllce within tho gift of tho people was a matter of quite deÂ¬ cided sentiment with President Cleve- Â¬ land Mr Cleveland naked tho privi- Â¬ lege of being sworn on a little red Dlblo which had been given to him by his mother In his boyhood days when ho first left tho family rooftree and ho took the oath at tho beginning of both of his presidential terms on this book which ho treasures fondly IXAlOUItAI lAHADi Two Iaturr rJp ft i f tft ment overshadowed anything of tho kind hitherto saen In Washington About 13009 had been expended by tho committee In the lighting and adorning of tho groat court of the pen- Â¬ sion building and as a result It had undergone a complete transformation and presented a raro scene of beauty and brilliancy Past errors In the gen eral placing of tho decorations were carefully avoided Tho armor and shields and much medieval adornment together with groat areas of red whlto and blue bunting and tho familiar fea- Â¬ ture of tho flags of all nations which largely predominated In tho decora- Â¬ tions of former years were discarded and an entirely now schemo of treat- Â¬ ment adopted making everything sub- Â¬ servient to thcflorul decorations which were In charge of J H Small Son tho Washington and Now York flor- Â¬ ists j This change- from tho old to modern methods by which a blondlng of ef Â¬ fects was secured In place of garish and startling results was a conspicu- Â¬ ous success For tho groundwork of the floor decorations qnd for tho groat canopy above about 50000 yards of white and gold challle was used The great court was- - divided Into three nearly equal sections by two rows of massive columns which crossed it and to obscure tho roof and materially ro duco the height tlnce Immense domes of whlto and gold challlo were sus Â¬ pended with flno effect In tho center of- - theso sections about 70 feet from tho floor from the outer edge of tho domes which wore encircled with small electric lights gracefully draped to tho top of the surrounding galler- Â¬ ies A number of pleasing electric light features wero Introduced A largo American flag composed of colored lights was susponded on the west above the second gallery and by a clever mechanical contrivance the flag was gben the appearance of wav- Â¬ ing In tho breeze Within tho east etSUVdwaB suspended on n blaak back- Â¬ ground and in deep shadow a single brilliant red electric star High up on tho south wall was an American eagle with wings outspread clutching In its talons an electric shield In colors and from Its beak depended two jloral scrolls bearing the words McKlnley and llobart made from fairy lights On either side and just below the ea- Â¬ gle were large golden cornucopias fill- Â¬ ed to overflowing with American Beau ty roses the whole entwined with a ellk American flag Alabama had sml lax and asparagus plumoaa Tho stand for the orchestra of 125 musicians on the south and center of the court and that for the brass band at the east ond each highly- - artlitlo la construction were handsomely deoorated The band stand Is fashioned after the famous golds gate at the Ctyleago worlds fair tlio Innt ltcnt Washington March 4 The decora- Â¬ tions of tho Inaugural ball roni in ar- Â¬ tistic Leauty and harmonious treat- - riinetlfint of Washington March 4 Shortly be Â¬ foro noon President elect McKlnley drovo from tho Bbbltt Houso up Pennsylvania avenue to the capltol He rode In nn open carriage drawn by four horses and preceded by his mili- Â¬ tary escort composed of a brigade of United States forces and the brlgado of the District of Columbia National duard among them being tho Seven- Â¬ teenth United States Infantry of Co- Â¬ lumbus barracks Troop A of Clove land tho personal escort of tho and a detachment of veter- Â¬ ans of tho Twenty third Ohio Volun- Â¬ teers After tho Inauguration proper at the capltol began tho Inaugural parade A feature which was very unique was 150 Indians from tlicwestern reserve They werein native cestunie mounted an wero followed in tlio parado by 200 In- Â¬ dians from tho CarHslo school of Penn- Â¬ sylvania carrying implements of In- Â¬ dustry for the purpose of contrast Another feature of tho parado was tho division of veterans In view of tho fact that tho president jilm self Is a voteran and a member of sev- Â¬ eral of tho associations formed ot the survivors of that strugglo a division of the parade was composed of his com- Â¬ rades and such of their sons ns belong to organizations of tho Sons of Veter- Â¬ ans It was known as tho veteran division and Major General O O Howard commanded The Grand Army of the Republic tho Military Order of the Loyal Legion the Union Veteran legion the Medal of Honor legion tho Sons of Voterans and other organized and uniformed bodies of like character formed this division In tho parade The personal escort of the president Troop A of Cleveland preceded tho presidents carriage Then came a de- Â¬ tachment of veterans of the Twenty third Ohio Volunteers followed by tho president and president elect tho vice presldent olect and tho senate commit- Â¬ tee of arrangements Messrs Sherman of Ohio Elklns or West Virginia and Mitchell of Oregon members of the cabinet Major General Miles com- Â¬ manding tho army tho senior admiral of tho navy At tho head of tho second division was Governor Asa S nushnell of Ohio marshal General II A Axllne adju- Â¬ tant genoral with staff General William P Orr quartermaster general General I K Hamilton Judge advo- Â¬ cate General J E Lowes surgeon general Colonel A L Conger chief ot engineers aids Colonels II J Mc Kinney David L Cockley Georgo D Wick J W Barger Charles B Wine C E Durko C It Fisher I Flelsch man II II Pettyman H D Knox L K Anderson II A Martlng In the first brigade second division was Governor D H Hastings of Penn sylvania with aids Governor John W Griggs of New Jersey General William S Stryker adjutant general with staff and aids Governor Lloyd Lowndes of Maryland with staff and aids In tho second brigade second divi- Â¬ sion was Governor Frank S Dlack of New York General C W Tllllnghast adjutant general with staff and aids Governor William O Bradley of Ken- Â¬ tucky General D R Collier adjutant general with staff and aids Tho civic grnnd division was headed by B II Warner marshal Thomas C Noyes adjutant general Genoral Ben Â¬ jamin Butterworth chief of staff and aids IHOHJhi DUCOKATIONS No th hie to Equal It ISver Uefore Semi In Prosl-dent-ele- ct Wore tlio I lid Inn nml tho VctrninV llhlslon OTsry i t p wma mmasm Anv SCENE AT THE INAUGURAL HAM MtKlileV Cnliluet Washington March 4 Tho chief event of yesteuliy wa the definite com the cabinet which prcbibly wii be sent to the senate on Friday for confirmation by that body as required The hist tiuuie by the onstituticii added to the lit was that of Coriielin N liiij of New York who will become secretary of the Interior He declined a eabinel proffer some day ago but yielded yesterdiy to the pressure of hU friends The new cabinet therefore will be made up a- - follow s Secretary of state John Sherman of pletion of Ohio Secretary of the treasury Lyman J Gape of Illinois Secretary ot war Russell A Alger of Michigan Attorney general Joseph McKeuna of California Postmaster general James A Gary ot Maryland Secretary of the navy John D Long cf Massachusetts Secretary of the interior Cornelius N Blisof New York Secretary of agriculture James Wil con of Iowa STRUCK A LANDSLIDE luiiitiKcr Tmln Wrecked on tlio MJiiour IhcIIu Itallruml S Louis March 0 Ono man was killed another fatally burned and n thud was badly injured in a wreck which occurred at Bonnotts Mill 100 mile wist tif St Louis on the Missouri Pacific lat night The dead WA Roienberger Bloomiiigton Ills body cremated Th injured Kluuil Lusiuuii fireman married St Louis pinned under the tender fcedy flushed and scalded will die Flunk Laubir engineer St Louts crushed will recover 1 he wrecked train No 4 eastbound while running 40 miles an hoar struck a huge lnndslide The ciigiuo mail and baggage cars were tele coped Engiueei Lauber jumped before the crash and es Fireman Lusmau was caned death pinioned beneath the debris and was fatally scahkd The mail coach caught Arc and Mail Clerk Hosonbergcr was burned to death the lurr lied pa sengers being powirless to re cue him The mail cur which it is said carried ii large amount of regis tered mutter was almost entirely de stroyed Â¬ SLEEOiNG A GAR TELESCOPED day morning during the rain and t thick fog passenger train IOj west bound over the Midland brunch of the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern rail way was stopped by a landslide near Hills station five miles east ot Love land A heavy freight came thunder ing through the fog and crushed into the sleeper whoso occupants wero all ui berths It telescoped three fourths of the length of the sleeper throwing the occupants out ot their beds and pinion iug hem in agony in tho debris of seats broken glass unci splinters and beams of wood Rescuing was prompt and energetic Of the occupants injured beyond slight bruises two were hurt fatallV twp very seriously and two painfully but cot dangerously The fatally Injured aro Any Country V B Dobbins Wheeling V V Wachlngtoa March 4 The conter leg crushed ot lMtercat in the decorations of tho scalded and right ampututed so badly He has had city is Pennsylvania avenue stretch- Â¬ that itdied to be since ing In an unbroken sheet ot asphalt superintendent of H II Warder 150 feet broad and a mile long from shoulder cat and Carks CincinnatiInternally and hart the foot of tho Capltol to the foot ot The seriously Injured are t the treasury and thence after a short G H Resne Richmond Ind scalded break at Fifteenth street tor another mile and a half past the north front of and injured internally Mr L Myers St Louis legs and head tho treasury past the White Houso Lrnlsed and the state army and navy depart- Â¬ The lesi seriously Injured aro Thero ments to Washington Circle K A Watrons New York city the Inaugural procession turned on its braised and cut by glass W B Conner New Yorkclty bruised backward march toward the reviewing stand of the grand marshal on K and cut Injured woro taken to Love All street It Is ono of the most remark- Â¬ land tho except Dobbins who died at among tho capitals farmhouse near tho scene of tho wrecka able thoroughfares oftbanatlonsand Its decoration for tho Mr Dobbins was cashier of a bank and American Olympiad is a matter ot long was justnppoiuted a member of Gov thought and a great expenditure of ernor Amusons inllltury staff money CcrlUlt Strike a Job The great trough ot buildings from Washington March 0 Ex Secretary tho Capltol to the treasury one of the ot the Treasury Carlisle has accepted most manolflccnt vistas In the world the ofllce of attorney for the Pullman ot cities con not be equalled and this Car company with an annual salary ot year tho decorations are abundant 123000 and the privilege of conducting The avenue la u wealth of bunting hit outside law business Mr Carlisle There urq flags of all nations waving is a poor man Indeed it it well known from the windows or floating from that he had more than one debt when probably he went Into the fubiuet and this Is by every avatable flagpole every flag la the International oode is far the best paying place be has ever represented from the stars and strlpea had and the blue otom of St Oeorge to tho All millinery at coH Mrs II V Dun Â¬ whKt elephant ot Slaw and the black can aad yellow drwoa lac ot China Â¬ Number of ruplt Serlouily Injured Tho u T lie in tntally Cincinnati Murch 6 Early yester Â¬ Svtrrnt Mildlurn Oanka Marcli 8 The admirals have forwarded to their respective governments their suggestions for the coercion of Gieece Tin commander of n Russian cruiser which has jnstairived from Selino ie ports that tho foicign vessels filed guns thero to intimidate tho iusuigents Thu militery governor of Cam a has GREECE HAS DECIDED ON THE informed tl diagomau of the Greek consulate that oideis huvobeun received STEPS TO BE TAKEN to lira on tho Greuk cuviiss if ho leaves the consulate Tho Gioeks in tlio town aro menaced Tho Document Kept Secret But It by tho Mussulmans populace and tho commander of the foremn murines de Is Generally Believed That clines to guarantee the safety of news luper correspondents who enturo out She Will Rofust to tide ot Canea Tho Insurgents failed in their endeavors to force an entrance into Ma laxa by tho use of dynamite at six Withdraw Her Forces From Creto oclock hist evening but they made a breach in tho walls at Keratidi Mlling lour soldiers and wounding several The Latest Cretan War News The carrUoi is urgently appealing tor Skirmishing has been reinforcements going on since yesterday noon on tho plains outside Cauca Atiiuns Mi tIi 8 Uij answer ot SCHEME OF SETTLEMENT Gieeco to tl ulentiril nous of the powers va i imiw1 at t inietmg ot Aiitiinoiny to tlin rrtnin Ilidir u iriclt the cubliu t nd upprowd by King 1rtticu 11 upoNi il Uvorpe ye It is itpnrted thtt London March 8 Thero is no doubt tho leply i ti fu al to r call tho Greek says tho Athens correspondent of Tho fleit mid tr op- - from Crete1 on he Times that if Princo Gtwgo of Greece ginuud that tho recall would bti a Mguul wero placed at tho head of an autono for pillage inceiidiaiisiu and murder mous Creto government with tho title Tho eo npletj text will not bo known if Princo tho wholo Greek nation and until it is presented to the ambaadors tho Cretans would willingly accept the powers of the powers mid It is understood that in addition to proixisals of tho withdrawn tho Greek troops would bo thu ground of refusal to comply because Such a fcchemo therefore ays Tho of tho fear of pillago incendiarism nud Times correspondent ought to bo murder in Creto tho noto poiutH oat rejected without tho gncst not reasons that tho Cretans who alouo should bo Tho Cretans aro suspicious of tho iironi- regarded as entitled to determine their i es of Europe und firmly boliovo that fate luivo declared their unalterable thero is no other courso open than union resolution to bo annexed to Greocoas with Greece or Turkish rule but tlio only Hution that will Uuully pacify doubtless if n choleo wero offered to them thoir preference would bo for thu island In diplomatic circles it is slid that tho autonomy under a Groek princo Groek auswo may lead to negotiations Turkry sntllled based upon u proposal for co operation Constantinople Marcli 8 The ro which has been presented by Franco ply of the porto to tho collective noto of It is stated that in view of tho con Tuesday last and tho commuuiquo of templated negative reply of Greece to Friday sets forth in udditiou to tho retho powers King Georgo has sent or- Â¬ solve of tho porto to maintain tho inders to Colonel Yti sos commanding tho tegrity of tho empiro while reserving Greek forces iu Ciete to hold all tho tho right to discuss the precise defiui positions now occupied by him Tho tlou of autonomy for Crotu its desiro to king is still here mid tho dato of tho do maintain peace und its satisfaction with tho stipulation ot tho powers for thu jiarturo of tlio crown priuco for tho withdrawal of the Greek troops from fixed Every ef- the island frontier has not bon fort is being mado to concentrate tho IlrltUh 1hUIkIiIi CIimi 4 Inr Actlim Greek troops on thoTnrklsli frontier be Â¬ London March 8 A dispatch to Tho foro the threatened blockade of tho Times from Cauca says that yesterday Greek coast can bo ofTected Greece is displaying undiminished tho British battleship Barfluer cleared firmness iu her intention to carry out for action owing to tlio preseuco of reat all costs tho program whch feho has inforcements of tho Greek fleet iu Cremapped out for herself iu regard to tan waters EVERY ABLE BODIED Crete while at the humo time supportGREEK ing tlio pacillo intentions of her ad Members of Itrirrvo lorcel In United visers Stntea Culled Out by KIllc liiirfcT It is stated that Princo Maurocordato New Yokk Marcli 8 His excellency the Greek minister at Constantinople has addressed u note to tho Turkish Alexander G Skouzez minister ot forgovernment proposing to recall tho eign u Hairs to King Georgo of tho Hel Greek troops from thu frontiers of Ma lenes cables to tho acting Grecian mincedonia und Albania if tho Turkish ister instructing him to call out tli9 troops near tho Greek frontier nro members of the Grecian rcservo forces Tlio porto simultaneously withdrawn who are in the United States and to however has not shown any hasto to urgo them by every means iu his power ucccdo to this proposal to go to tho assistance ot their native At the same time this noto was sent to tho Turkish government stringeiit country D N Rota si the acting minister orders wero issued to the commanders general of the Greek troops iu TliessMy to do who is nlso consul interviewto Grecco iu said that everything possibly to avoid anything New York iu uu tho cablegram was of a most alarming calculated to provoke u conflict while iiuturp and indicated that wur was im the hope was expressed to tho Turkish oflioials at Constantinople that the poitu minent It is very serious said 5rr Dotassl would issuo similar instructions to tho out I am commanders of tho Turkish troops in servo instructed to even rail us tho re that belong to tho class far back Macedonia Dispatches since received hero from as IbUU and so it is evident that King Thessaly indicate- that the wishes ot Georgo sorely needs the support of every King Georgo will bo carried out It able bodied Greok lu this strugglo Iu wus stated in these messages that al this country thoro aro about 20000 though tlul Greek troops are uuiinatud Greeks Of theo probably about 6000 wilh unabated enthusiasm nothing will boloug to tho nrmy reserve Through the Associated Press iu the iiamo ot bo douu to needlessly irrituto tho Turks An incident showing this to bo tho King Georgo I wish to ofllclally notify the Grecian army case has occurred near Meluu A Greek all tho reserves ot country that their otllcer of engineers wus engaged in who aro iu this supervising the work of repairing a road fatherland calls them back to its ranks close to tho frontier and wus prevented And to all Gijeks whether thoy luv fought iu bygone days or whether tliei by some Turkish officials from proceeding with the task The Greeks have huvo not 1 -- hay n the tituiif- ot my n fd v n not taken any action in tho inuttor al Â¬ kiiiK Yunr though it is claimed they wero well Dangers of the Grip within their rights iu proceeding with The greatest danger from I a Grippo Is the repairs An tho other hand a dispatch received of its resulting In pneumonia If reason Â¬ here from Oauea states that Colonel able care is itsnl however and Cham Vossoti who is iu command of the Greok Army of Occupation as It is berlalna Cough lterney taken all dan- Â¬ termed ut Atheus lias received at his ger will be avoided Among the tens of camp near Plutunia instructions from thousands who have used this remedy King George to be prepared to retlst for lagrlppe we have yet to learn of a coercion to tho end This spirit which pervaded all tho single rase having resulted in pneumo- Â¬ orders sent to tho Greek commanders in nia which shows conclusively that this Crete is further shown iu u Canea dis remedy la acerllan preventive ot Hint p4tohrreferriiiR to the incident which occurred at Seliuo Batorday Before dread disease It will effect a perma Â¬ deciding to laud tho mixed detachment nent cure in Iws lime than any other of mariiiea the admirals poarparleyed treatment the 25 and 60 cent bIzfs for for a lews time with the Greek com WodeeUoloueiVuKHi sad the Greek ale by A It Fisher Druggist t mw rY summc- consul cvnsivo answers only ver returned to this admirals the Greek comiiiodoro pntesting against the ob stacles which Europe placed in tho way of his action und Colonel Vusos assert ing that he had no authority over the insurgents who wero investing Selino Thei o rep ies coupled with the In sistencu of tio Greek vice consul that ho would only go to Selino on board a Greek warsnp and in tho name of King Geoige of Greece compelled tho foreign admirals in deference to their instructions o decide to themselves do liver tlio impiiMineil Moslems even If they hud to iw foice ugulust tho insur gents or the drecks in ord r to do so Therefore v detachment of marines w a lauded ut Solno from thu foreign wir ships and It ct out forthwith fot Can duino a dUtuncc of seven mibS Thu Greek vice consul M Haraclls thereupon informed thu udmlral that tlie Cheek uo eminent declined all re spouslbllity or what might lake place It is siid that there uio 9000 Moslems besieged at aiidumo wheie the earth works of tho Tuiks have been partly destroyed by tho tiro of thn insurgents many men being killed on both fides Additioiai advices fiom Crete hay that the ms rgeuts huc formed u cor don around Juiiea and that yesterday evening tht Insurgents attacked the Turkish pstions ut Malaxa und Kcra tidi wheio I hey attempted to destroy the bo k hoiiso with tho uso of dynamite Thu fighting however was of u desultory nature It is announced that 000 men of the Greek lesenus will embark tomorrow morning ut Corfu for Kuruvusaru and Vlco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Swept by a Flood HEAVY DOWNFALL WEST OF RAIN THROUGHOUT THE MIDDLE Duf2 A Vast Amount of Damarjo Done as All Stroams Wero Overflowed and Railroad Traffic Was POWDER Crlebntcil for In great Icavtnlnc Mrrncth nnit he ilthfulness Assures the food ncmnst nliiin nml nil fuims of uilulu ration sonimon to the cheap LranJi HOWL ItVklNCV Greatly Delayotl and at Some Absolutely Pure IOUDFR CO Places Entirely Suspendod NEW Mk Aita LIGHTING ItimircriiN Attiu k mltr mill Kill CRETE Krnitlilt With Dyiin IN Powers Answered tdiy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - tho path or the storm ana reveral Chicago March 0 The storm which houses weru blown entirely away barn on rojCl throughout tho middle west on of At Hopkinsville afour miles the place Dr K It Cook east of TliuiMlay night stands unparalleled not that city was blown down killing one cnly for the creat extent of territory negro who was stripping tobacco nnd over which it iiiiigvtl but for the perhaps fatally injuring three others At Rowland Ky the storm toro amount ot water piecipitatcd At Cin- down tho cngino houso of tho Louisvillo cinnati the taiiifull l eportcd by the nnd Nashville railroad and did much weather bureau oflicials ninouutul tc damage to private property 5H3 inches und Hoods nro reported from almost every telegraphic station CONDENSED NEWS from Pittsburg on the east to Kansas City on tho west and from tho lakes to A Collet tliin of Inleretliic I trina mi Vr tho northern boundary of Tennessee In some instances tho wind reached mn MiliJcrU ISpeilnll lrepared Tor tho velocity of a hurricane and much the Unity Header damage to dwellings barns fences orOver a thnusiml union sllrtmakcrs nro chards and fore ts has been reported out on ii strike In Xew York from various points throughout tho disTho Alabama Warrior n d Tomblgbeo trict At Cairo Ills several buildings fixers In Alabama have all real hsd t he wero unroofed and ono dwelling was danger line and overflows nro feaio I blown down causing tho death of an All tho new cabinet except Cinpis wero sworn lu by Chief Justice infant inmate In tho bluu room ut thu NS h tu 11 ua Throughout southern Illinois Indiana nnd Ohio the damage to railroad prop ut 1115 oclock s atuulay Columbus Ilertrum aged 51 n Junk erty iu tho form of wushonts making tniillo impossible and in tho wrecks dealer of Muucle Ind made -his hist will ami testament Friday ecnliif- saying ho caused by tho softening of tho roadbeds had a premonition that ho would not live is immense Ioiir Saturday morning hu dropped dead A not incon ilderabo loss to tho peo ot Heart trouble In Ills own door ple us a whole will be caused by tho Will It Phillips a newspaper man for washin uwuy of bridges and roadways merly of KoUomn Ind who has been which hie been built upon tho rural missing fur eglit years lias been found districts ut a cost of millions of dollars nllvo and well lu California Ho wus and which in many cases huvo boon to onco thought dead and n body suppo ed to bo his was buro 1 two years ngo nt Ko tally destroyed Owing to the demoralization of rail kmno M7I0 McDonald 10 years old of St way trallie the mails local to tho de herself through luged distiict liavo been greatly de IuuN Intentionally shotshortly afterward the right lung and died layed while the through service over nt tho city ho pltnl Tlio child lived with tho trunk lines cast and west and north footer p irents she left a noto saj lug she and south has been badly crippled wns tired of living und wanted to bo with gieatly to the uiiiiiiyiiuco of tho vast her m it lit r For several weeks William Morrison of business intoiests involved Wrlghtsvlllu O has been missing wheat AT CINCINNATI FLOOD from Id granary Ho nud his son kept Ilnlriiiit Tinllle It MtiiuM Kntliel Sua watch nud caught William Whalley tu tho net of filling up 11 sack Wliulley printed CiN inn ui March The rainfall in pleaded guilty to burglary and was bound over to uourt Cincinnati fion Thursday night to FriKid Bolton of day noon wa- - nearly live inches Milt Hlnduiau Ky a desperate character or who had been evading creik is u murine tin rent u half milo to rest for sevetal mouths was found dead CJieat damage is re a mile in width near that place with u bullet holu In his ported from the valley und many have tcmplo It is believed that ho had tired fiom running from thu authorities ami been compelled to fly for their lives leaving their home treasures behind committed suioale Maria Vnuse nged TO living nt Claiks Bridges in Hamilton county have boen burg Hims county O was found dead by swept away otheis are threatened washouts uie reported from all points lu tho uindsldu Tho old woman w ho was a the county and rulinad ttuvel is greatly harmless lunatic started to walk sis nils to lslt friends lu Piuknwiy county impeded Many factories in the valley liavo Becoming exhausted sho craw led behind been t tiiuptdled to shut down und the n clump ut bushes In u fencu comer and financial lo s will run far up into the died from cxl a istlon nud exposure Her hundreds of thousands of dollars Hun 111 phmv found her body after It hud lain dreds ot families have been rendered by tho load u night and a day homeless creeks and streams through Crime nml enunltlei out the county are using the Licking is Mrs Henry Hailing irtnor of Bremen on a rampage and the Lagoon dam is A largo number of small Ind was fatally burmd by the explosion tlueateiied of an oil can tlio contents of which she houses have been swept away No flood iu the history of Ohio has was pouring Into a stuvo sou of Alburt Marsh tho ever so coniphtily cut off Cincinnati fiom thu outide world as this one This Henry Marh of Bed Key Ind win is due to the luct that tho small streams drowned four miles from thoro whllo atwere tiiruttl into raging torronts by tlio tempting to ford tho Mlsslsslnown liver John Until nged 13 of Mllford O was heavy rainfall and ninny washouts oc curred The only railroads not tied up waloilug tho flood Iu tho river when an wero those entering Cincinnati from embankment caved lu and burled him lu tho landslide Ho was dead when recov Kentucky the Jneen and Crescent Chesapeake and Ohionud Louisville und ered Joseph Howling repairman on the Ohio Nashville Hiver railroad was killed near Millwood FLOODS IN INDIANA Howling was on tho steps of n car when Aihk e Ircnii All Inrtt nl Hid SIiiId He- - bis hut fell off Attempting to reach It by stooping ho slipped and fell on tho track jiurt lrnl Dmiingr ami was crushed to death Advices Indianaioms March tl A few days ngo while playing with his lrom every quarter of tho stato tell of school Nowton the great damage by the flood Nearly all classmates ut so son of living the wagon bridges in tho vicinity of of KokouioJe Ind Wrightknocked southwest wus down and Kurth Vernon wire washed away and trampled on An Internal Injury devol loss will be many thousands of dol the ool and Saturday tho llttlo follow died lars Hall tho residents of Vernon wero from the effects compelled to move to higher ground Tho boilers at W J Bnlncys Mount und ii number of houses wero carried off Braddock coke works nt Dunbar Pa by the high waters exploded Saturday completely wrcoklug Portland suffered a deluge mid tho tho plant Bobert llaxeubuugli engi town win partly submerged neer was Instantly killed nnd Fireman Martlumlle Ims been completely iso- Bobort Meade colored fatally Injured lated nud three quarters of a mile of Tho loss will bo heavy the big Four track were washed out A horrlblo accident occurred nt Mnrcel Half of Washington is Hooded ami lus I ud Joseph McKca and his wife In fmullie- - are homeless many Tho fire n buggy wero struck by n Chicago nud blls were rang fur the relief of the trnud Trunk fast train nud Instantly Bridges aro washed away killed Their llttlo grandson win with sufferers and trains are delayed by wa limits them By soiuu mlruclo he ccapcd with At Anderson White liver Is out of Its only a few slight bruises banks and washouts are reported on ths lnllurui Panhandle Big Pour and Cincinnati Desbcckor clothier and Dosbeckor Hamilton and Dayton railroads The hardest win in JO years felt at Brotl 0 engaged In thu sumo business lu Madison nnd hundreds of homes are Buffalo tiled chattel mortgages nggro Hooded Th Ohio river has been rising gntlng t 35101 with tLo county olork for the piottctlm ut their creditors Tho four inches an hoar oer siuco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rnry nTITeNTUCKY CYCLONE A Animiitt r rriiparly Deitmjeil but frutHi- but One Lire Imt WiscHESTEit Ky March 0 A tor riflo windstorm struck Winchester at noon yesterday Tho track of the twister was about one half mile wide and it cumo from tho southwest William Claytons reMdenco was demolished ti business house at the corner of Maple firms nro eon iel DosbecLo pj ed of David 11 nud Dan Â¬ Vl - Â¬ Tho bondholders of the Pioilos Street railway Fourth street cable Hue und tl o Fourth Street und Arsenal railway an electric lino of St Louis both under th sume in lungement uiksd fur the appoint Â¬ ment ot n receiver The petitioners repre sent UAtOj of bonds ou which lutorost has been defnulieb Â¬ Dentin 1 years for Bev Chnrlos Arvy I and Washington streets was torn apart rector of St Peters Krdscopal church and along Main stroet chimneys and died nt his home lu Salom Mass Sunday shutters tlew before the galo The s Ills first parish wai aged T5 greatest damage w ns done Iu tho vicinity nightpf Trinity ytai church Toledo Ohio depot The that of the Chesapeake and 73 of Wooter O Duuenu warehouses of D S Gay and V V aprojeotor AofMitchell tlio Wooster stago lino In Bush llurtous restaurant the depot the forties afterward In tho United States Heuakurs poultry houso Wells ma mull service of thu Big Four railway dur chine shop und the CouiiIIagaii Com war cugngod at NushvlIU buying panys lumber th ds were uuroofod A lug the for the government nud employed horses Gritnths retiuraui was carried from ns guard at tho Ohio penitentiary during its foundation a distance of 30 feet Mr Furakors administration Is dead Griffiths was Iu the house at the time but wus not injured Notice Unverified report from tht country Why buy Inferior or doubtful brandy indicate considerable damage and prob when Burcha Pure Apple can be had so ably los of life conveniently and so ciiean t At Monut Sterling tho McBrnyer disBend O O D Price U 00 pr gallon tillery building was entirely unroofed W I JtoBci and great damage was done A negro Jug inoludcl bodelis Ky suburban town tc the southeast was iu 13 Â¬ Â¬ i AM j2 hrV i if a JMMaJMiMSMMsMMfBMs1sSSSM 2 BRECKENRIDGE gea j - - THH BHEIOKE1NRIDGH NRWS OLxOYElHPOHT Yrt iri im fail irtu IY m -- - NEWS 10 1897 WEDNESDAY MARCH OEMS AND POPS Soal Their Obligations in Convon tion Assembled Thoy Will Now With Solid Front SIX PAGES NOTICE Jtntes for nnnpunctmrntt In IhiSe columns are ai Cash In advance in every cawi Circuit Jmle or Attorney loro County Olhco 500 follows 1 am a caruliJjte for re election as Circuit Jtidge of the 9th Judical Distticts subject to the action of I recognlre the Chicago the Democratic part rutform of i8u6 ai the true exponen of Democratic principles T KMjIIKATlI January tit 1897 Drivo tho Republicans out of Tho COMMONWEALTHS ATTOIINEV Offlcos and Appropriato Them lam a candidate for re t lection to the office of Commonwealths Attorney of the 9th Judicial Dis Â¬ trict of Kentucky subject to the action nf the WEED SCHELF Democratic party JOlt SKNATOIt r to Tholr Own Uso CRAK1 at a candidate for the btate Senate subject to the action of the Democratic aty E are authorised to announce K11SHA ASII A RATTLING GOOD TICKET Mkadk county primary next Saturday President McKinley will call Congreba into extra session March 15 Chairman Whitworth lias resigned from the Democratic County Committee Tiik women all read the News They nro the huyers for the household Hence its value 08 an advertising medium Carlisle like Grover Cleve- Â¬ land goes out of ofllce with a volley of criticisms following him on every hand G John Confidence has been restored the new Administration is in the saddle and still there are not enough jobs to go around at 2 a week Jo C S Ulackburu wont out of the United StateB Senate on the 4th of March He is out of office but not out of Kentucky politics He will be heard from again Tin silver question will not lack for earnest advocates as long as Jones of Nevada remains In the Senate He has made more speeches on that question than any other man in that distinguished body Gov Bradley was too busy at Frankfort to attend the inauguration While W Gumshoe Hunter was marching around in the big parade Bradley was naming a United States Senator from Â¬ As tho News remarked lost week Mon Â¬ day would be a great day at Hnrdinsburg and so it was Democracy was on tap and it filled tho old town to oveiflowing Such a crowd has not been seem for many a day and the young braves were there You could see them in knots and in groups quietly discussing tho situation as the precinct returns camo in Some said it was a close race for savoral offices and that a break wai inevitable There was n row on the convention would go to pieces and the air was full of all sorts of evil predictions to happen when the convention met But it is the unexpected that always happens nnd not the thing you are look- Â¬ ing for And so it was with this great gathering of mighty hosts of tho plain people tho sturdy farmer the overy day busi Â¬ ness man preachers school teachers level headed men and patriots such was the make up of that convention They were there to do tho right to condemn the wrong to put the best men foremost and they did it Aud it was done with order with dignity with enthusiasm and good feeling TIIK NOMINEES Wl Simmons and Morton were dropped on the second ballot Kentucky Jolly Surveyor The result of tho second ballot was Icc IIUliop Coroner Walls 10 Beoler 20 Shellman 12 TIIK CONVENTION Editor Watterson is flreing oil his Kmbry 8 Cook 20 and Miller 7 At tho tap of the Court house bell a long winded editorials In the Courier Walls was dropped on the third ballot Court- Â¬ rillas nnd thercforo tho government is Journal sanctorum fast and furious But grand rush was made for tho and the vote stood Beeler 32 Shellman not responsible room and In less than ten minutes every so far as directing his former adherents 18 Embry 12 and Cook 27 we are afraid its like pouring cold water available seat in tho room was taken IRVINGT0N Tho fourth ballot was between Beeler The isles and windows tables and chairs on a ducks back Shellman and Cook and the result show Â¬ were all filled and standing room was at Mrs Fonie Rhodes is the guest of Mrs ed Beeler with 12 Shellman 18 aud Will Gardner Tun Kentucky Itepublicaus had a fine n premium Promptly at 1 0 oclock Cook 29 Whitworth rapped the con- Â¬ delegation at Washington The Presi Chairman Mr and Mrs Will Gardner spent Sun Â¬ Beeler was electt d on tho fifth ballot dent and boss Ilnnn i cant afford to vention to order with 54 votes and Cook t5 His nomi- day in Brandenburg He said tho object of tho meeting was overlook tho Kentucky turn out Ken Miss Maud Adkisson is visiting iter nation was on motion made unanimous tucky is a Republican Statu just at pres known to all present and it was not witli great applause sister Mrs Geome Lyddan necessary for him to state it With a ent and that counts for something Mrs A It Coleman has gono to Vine The next in order was tho nomination few suggestions as to the seating of the of a School Superintendent This was a Grove to visit her daughter Aiiolt the last thing they did in Con- Â¬ delegates ho Bald tho first thing in neck and neck raco thero being only two Master Morris Jolly spent Saturday Remember we are headquarters for Farming gress before adjourning was to pass a order was the selection of a temporary nominations Harman and Beavln The and Sunday at Mrs Bennetts Implements of all kinds Dont fail to call and - chairman 1000General Appropriation Bill of Mr Will Lewis of Owensboro is with ballot resulted in 40 for Harman and 43 sec our stock of One and Two horse plows in The Hon Tice Jolly put in nomination IXX As Uncle cam is already about a for Beavin Before the Clerk announced his sister Mrs Kate L Bennett all sizes both steel and chilled to suit the billion of dollars in the hole how long the Hon D It Murray It C Richard the result of tho ballot Mr Beavin saw Anyone wanting a good Fquare piano purse of all It will be E R Adklsson for the same son named will it take to get even at this rate place Mr Adklsson asked that his that ho was defeated and on his own mo- very cheap address L B McGlothlan tion the nomination of Harman was Irvington President McKinley says he is op- name be withdrawn aud that the nomi- made unanimous Singing at tho Methodist churebFriday posed to Trusts But wo already have nation of Mr Murray be made by acclaThe other nominations were made the Oil Trust the Sugar Trust the Coffee mation Mr Richardson refused to con- without contest Dick Owen for Sheriff night All come that can and assist in Our old To look through our large stock Trust and many other Trusts Enough sent to the request aud a call of the pre- Â¬ Gus Brown for County Attorney and Leo the singing store room is filled with EVERYTHING Mr and Mrs R M Jolly and Mr A B Trusts in fact to comer even so promis Â¬ cincts was demanded We call especial atten- FOR THE FARM Coleman went over to Bewleyville to Tho clerk proceeded with the call and Bishop for Coroner as McKinley himself ing a President tion to The Populist nominees for County church Sunday tho first precinct in Hardlnsburg cast IMPROVED FIVE TOOTH ONE HORSE CULTIVATORS Thankp Mr Editor for that nico little its nine votes for Murray On the call Clerk Asia M Hardin for Representa Â¬ Now there is a new deal all round at of tho second precinct Judge Mercer tive J II Lennen for Surveyor II C compliment paid the Bay View in last WITH HORSE HOE ATTACHMENTS Washington The people as usual have cast the voto for Murray when a demand Jolly received the unanimous indorse- Â¬ edition I am one of them though an The best implement ever ued on the farm hav- Â¬ had a great many promises but tho end was made for a division A canvass of ment of tho Convention Kx yet my heart Is always with them ing tried it thoroughly for the last two years on of four years will not find things very The Populists likewise endorsed the in the good work tho delegates showed that six were for the farm feel at liberty to say it will pay for much on tho mend This at least has Murray and two for Adklsson With Democratic nominei s and now tho fusion Miss Ree Washington has succeeded itself in one season in the extra expense saved of Republicans hereto- Â¬ been the history this contention settled the clerk proceed- Â¬ is complete and tho word is on to victory in obtaining an appointment from Dr is Legion for labor fore in November Hawes elocutionist of Louisville for the ed with the call of the precincts which We have telephone connection from The Convention then adjourned Watch our Future Advertisements evening of March 29 Admission 25cts G II Casperkes and St Cloud resulted in a large majority for Murray Hotel to for adults 15cts for children Mr Adklsson moved to make the nomWo feel the mammoth on The next Issue of the News will bo a There is money in them for you the hill Tempa Sirains NOTES sure a largo crowd will groet Dr Hawes store and on out to double number a prosperity number if ination unanimous which was dono and the residence of Dr Its a good clean ticket as he made such a favorable impression you pleaso It will be MeKiuleys Mr Murray took the chair and tho conWells Several private families will Tice Jolly nominated Dick Owen for upon the people in a former reading at agent He dropped us a little vention went wild ADDISON KY advance connect A movement Is on foot to put tho eame place about eighteen months us in touch Mr Murray on taking the chair made sheriff in a very nice little spoich note saying It would be a long by that with a numbor of towns in On the call of tho third ballot for ago So let overybody come out bring Â¬ the county time We are ready for it Get your an address of ten minutes in which he Charley Casperke is the ing everybody else and have an evenings No man ever stood before a conads ready and move along with tho said jailer the name of Leo Walls was with young Edison to whom we are indebted er joyment long to bo remembered vention as its Chairman who was more drawn procession for this enterprise If Charley only had In the Irvington Batpist church March phj steal ability impressed with his responsibility than 1 fV If that convention dont mean victory as he has mental capacGood 4th tho Fortnightly Club of the B V R do in presiding over this convention I in November we ity he might indeed bo a Becond Edisou havent seen one in O celebrated Grovkh Cleveland goes out of office a Washingtons Day which know that it is ouly a county conven- twenty years Evory true American irrespective of very much abused man A great deal of had been postponed on account of the tion and that it does not compare with party affiliation certainly had a deop in Granville Wilson put tho name of unfavorable weather The it lias come from his own party From State and National conventions but to Am in uemanu oecausa met ting was terest they deserve to be tho beginning of his term clear through carry Tim Harman in nomination for Superin- Â¬ presided over by Mrs Kendrlck in the momentous event which Wath the United States wo must carry to the end he lias acted too much as a tendent of Schools and Clayton Crosson en President of the cliuV assisted hv took placo in Washiugton last Thursday iueni nownere counts to carry the states we must tho States for more than it does in Mr McKinley has been chosen by tho New bos This brought him into contempt that of 1 rank Beavin Mrs Robert McGlothlan our worthy carry the counties and to carry tho coun- Â¬ footwear with his party aud in its lust national One cant be Before the balloting was through for Secretary The program was complete people j whether wisely or unwisely ties we must carry tho precincts and the deceived by a ahoeJ Tea convention it refused to pass a resolution Superintendent of Schools Mr Beavin in all its dtalls consisting of approptiate whether intelligently or unlntelllgently importance attaches to each By tho Either its right or its wrong Coffee there may bo great difference of opinion indorsing him and his Administration Holy Gods we will carry this county withdrew his name Tim Harman being papers interspersed with national songs and whatever it is the wearer Nugar Such a thing had not occurred before In Undue pressure from ono Influence or a winner by only two votes Washington as a man patriot warrior He called attention to the condition of knows all about it Flour any party and hence it was a sore re Â¬ Wo sell When Robort Mercer saw that his man and President was handled with rare another perhaps not entire freedom then the country under its present financial only what is right and give Canned Fruits buke to Mr Cleveland and his public skill and alility showing much study but anyhow tho people of ttiese United troubles He urged that the Democrats for jailer John Cook was gone he grace- Â¬ full value Canned Vegetables States put him in power He may not acts It all came about from the fact and Populists should stand together for fully withdrew his name aud moved to and thought hud been given the man be Bring Us Your Produce Canned Meats lie had proven recreant to the con- Â¬ a perfect choice Tho people that put that wIiobh glory ulready covers the continent the purpose of bringing about needed make Beelers nomination unanimous O P VITITOE Canned Fish fidence reposed in him He went into him there are not perfect Tho Presi Â¬ legislation that would work to the inter Â¬ When the office of County Attomoy The papers First Continental Congress dent is not his own but the peoples Totted Meat office pledged to tariff roform The plat- Â¬ Irvineton Kv P Expulsion of the Arcadians Washing est of tho classes as against the masses was reached tho Chairman in his Meat form also declared for tho coinage of He has no right to be a parly man any He counseled harmony in the conven- Â¬ humorous vein said all in favor of Gus ton Jit Vernon and other Landmarks longer but thtir President but even if Soups silver upon the samo terms as gold But tion above all things and cautioneJ tho Brown say aye and a tremendous jell were of excellent literary merit and fur- Â¬ Oat Meal he be partisan the people will demand all of this went unheeded by him after nished food for the student Not the delegation not to allow their personal went up Olives ho got into office and tho result was gen least interesting feature of this meeting noble service from him as an ofllcor preferences to como between them and Its good to have level headed con- Â¬ was Current Events in Washingtons We many of w may differ with him in Pickles eral political disaster LUMBER anything that was to bo for tho success servative men like the Hon AVilliam Your wants can be supplied Sardines Tlmewhlch adds much to the fame of party policy wo may dissent from his of the party Trices are right Miller and Judgo Mercer in a conven- Â¬ principles but wo aro all in for good Cakes this remarkable man We think better At tho conclusion of Mr Murrays tion They are needed to keep With all tho boasted assertions that BUGGIES the of mankind because he lived adorning government and therefore as loyal citi Â¬ Crackers tho Democratic party is in a disorganized speech John D Babbage was chosen Sec Â¬ boys down taMy Una is exteusivo Con- tho earth with a life so noble aud better zens we should givo our positive assist and bewildered state it is not so In this retary by acclamation Stilt 1110 bttfnrA mH In fact everything that is good and pure n The names of tho candidates nomi Â¬ of ourselves for having nut to do him ance and loyal support If wo differ let 4t chase county Tho big crowds that gathered Judge Mercor moved that tho Chair bo manly antagonism for tho glory and If you have never tried our goods t After an expres- Â¬ it at all tho precinct meetings lastSaturday appoint threo committees of five mem- - nated by the Peoples party were sub liouor on this occasion WAGONS mitted to the Convention and endorsed sion of thanks to tho audience present in honor of a nation and not from Bolflih dont fall to do so now Wo can please was a sure evidence that we have lost be s each on Credentials Rules and Res- Â¬ irPniii MUttyHifliiLMnli The members of tho Peoples party behalf of the Circle The oxerclses closed Interest Mr McKinley In ills financial you take by buying elsewiiere and in the end show you a saving but very little Tho defeat of last fall olutions views is not suiting tho sound money endorsed tho Democratic candidates in witli Hall Columbia FARMINGIIMPLEMENTS Instead of discouraging many seems to Tho Chair named the following Democrats who supported him but as W H BQWMER SON l Credentials Dolph Jones Clayton like manner have given them renewed courago to itCan furnish anything re rsoaiuM they helped work a chango of Adminis- Â¬ In the Hardlnsburg district John Cqulred by a farmer at exceed- press forward Tho cause of Democracy Crosson K C Storms Henry I lamed Of Washingtons Birthday exorcises by tration as patrloU they should not seek Riley is the Democratic nominee for inglylow figures CLOVERPORTKY has not suffered here because of recent and Tice Jolly to destroy tho influence of ono who the Fortnightly Club B V R 0 Rules D II Stivers Carlt Richard Â¬ Magistrate and Dolph Board for Consta- Â¬ Entrance of tho Club in Martha Washington COlumei makes that new reverses Some who have stuck to the R S Bandy administration He hai To The Democratic Committeemen In McDaniels precinct James Muilc America old ship through dark days and fair son II G Versllr-- Olios Fisher and ble Ily lha Club taken his seat at a critical period in a Magistrate ami Alex Esk Moorman for Keiponi to roll call Quotation front I hereby resign the Chairmanship of weather are a little chagrined to see some John Alexander nations history the out going President the Democratic County Committee of I nnd IrvingtonlKy of the faithful going off with the enemy Resolutions N Mc O Mercer Wm ridge for Constable In the Bewleyville The Firtt about Wakhingun had a tempestous term the incomlugone Continental Congrtu and The Riley Dowell for Magistrate Breckenridge county and the committee But we have not been able to check them Hensley Pete Hinton I It Adklsson district Constitution and George Robbins for Constable Solo The Star Spanglod lUnner Mrs J R Wimp may have as stormy anyhow he cannot is hereby called to meet March 15th If they will not agreo with us in such and 0 K Greenwood Dculah Uanntlt have any more antagonism than Mr 1807 to fill said vacancy when said un- Â¬ Cloverport district Joe Mullen for Magis Â¬ Tho Surrender of Vorktown Blanche Jolly thiuga as are wholesome and sound in The Committee on Credentials brought Cleveland eopecnlly from Southern Dein dersigned shall take effect Assignee Notice then there would seem to be in tho following report which was adopt Â¬ trate and J P Miller for Constable TkeKiulionofthe Acadline JJIiG csnvvooJ ocrats Let us all doctrine whether Domocrat Nora lit njjtwn persons havlne atalnst the Union Star district J W Jurrett for Solo HeJ Wbko tnj lllue J W Wn it worth Chrmn i All peeler asslniej claimsherebr notifyejeatste ot an end of it So far as Democracy is con- Â¬ ed are Washington Kit Yernon and other I Republicans or Populists pray that our to pro auca tne same before me la ilaruimburg she is still in tho saddle and here Your Committee on Credentials find Magistrate and we failed to cacli the cerned iropcrly Landinaiki M i R N Miller new Notice President may be true to himself verified on or Ufore the nt day o May 185 j name of the Constable lf and Ktcltal of Washington to stay And when it comes to voting no contest from any precinct and recom Â¬ All persons havlni claims iiaintt Walter S true to God and his country If to who J1AHIIIA8 MILLER Assignee hi first Inauguration Mis WG Ilggott Smart assigned will present thl tains DroiMrlv wo hope to have uough and to spare mend delegates ai sent from the respeo Clias Bouffier boiler maker at the can measure the far reaching effect of his IrJvtn to the uoderslgneJ on or before the I jlh day Current Events of Wathlugtoni Tim Club Travel in the Parlor cam on the Texas E W Jones Chrmn shops ia laying off with a stiff ueck tlve precincts fit AdiiI i8jt itClavernort Kv Tho boys will ceo to that HaU Columbia The Circle admiuit tratlon CWMOORMApAulgeeo is dally increAslng ItcV II C 3 Mtllliiiuii Circuit Clerk J II Ioniilii ItcprcftcntiUlvr AV Ulnar County JimIkc Anlufl llnritni County Clerk fin llrowu County Attorney lilclt Owen Mierlir Ilni Illinium Snpt of School k J It Heeler Jullcr I ItS Tho Commlttco on Resolutions renort ed that tho temporary organirttlon bo continued as tho permanent organix itlon Committee on Rules reports asfollowM That after tho first ballot the Iandldato receiving IIih smallest number of voles shall he dropped and soon after each consecutive ballot is taken until n nomina tion is made for said office Wo further recommend that tho ballot be taken in the following order for tho different offices Circuit Court Clerk County Judge Jailer Superintendent of Schools County Attorney Coroner Magistrates and Constables D 11 Severs Chrmn The adoption of tho reportof the Com Â¬ mittee on Rules put the Convention in shape for business and tho Chair an- Â¬ nounced that nominations wcro in order Granville Wilson withdrew the name of Jesse 11 Miller for Circuit Clerk and moved to make the nomination of Mr K S Sklllman unanimous which was heait ily concurred In by the convention The next in order was tho selection of a candldoto for County Judgo This was tho hottest contest in the convention nnd considerable feeling among the delegates from the Hnrdinsburg districts was developed Judge Mercer nominated the Hon W E Minor and Dan Smith named Ien Cashman Hendersons name was not put before the convention A call of the precincts was begun by the Clerk Ilardinnburg precinct No 1 cast its vote solid for Minor When district No 2 was called delegate Whitworth undertook to divido the vote and cast two for Minor and two for Cashman He was quickly called down by tho Minor men they claiming that tho whole vote should be cast for Minor on second in- Â¬ structions The credentials were demanded and the Chair ruled that the whole vote of the precinct should go to Minor This gave Minor 4i and Cashman 13 electing Minor by three votes On motion of L R Adklsson the nom- Â¬ ination of Minor was made unanimous The following were put in nomination for Jailer 0 T Simmons LeoWallflJ D Beeler It A Shellman Wm Kmbry John Cook Lafe Miller and Scott Mor- Â¬ ton Tho first ballot resulted as follows Simmons 4 WallislO Beeler22 Shell man lJ Umbry 8 Cook U2 Miller 7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IN A CUBAN PRISON HARDSHIPS ENDURED BY MRS LEPCION AQRAMONTE CON Afti r TlilrlJ Twn 1M liiiirlimnriit Sim Win Irrinllteil to linv Hip Nlnliil All Atnt rlrnn tltlrrn IlFiiillalily llnlrlirrtil Tno More Kulieilltlnn lime Salliil Key AVfcRT Mnrch 8 Sirs Couccp clou Agintiiouto was a passenger on hoard tho Mnscotte from Havana when I- vo scl touched hero Saturday night en lonto for Tampa Sho was accom panied by her daughter Mrs Apra monto is a widow 02 years old lives nt Puerto Priucipo nnd has five sons now Â¬ Only One Standard You and we may differ as to money standards and out of our very differences good may come But we wont differ as to the merits of one standard emulsion of cod liver oil SCOTTS EMULSION has won and held its way for nearly 25 years in the world of medicine until to day It is al- Â¬ most as much the standard in all cases of lung trouble and every condition of wasting whether in child or adult as quinine is in malarial fevers Differ on the money ques- Â¬ tion if you will but when it comes to a question of health perhaps of life and death get mzmmEMmmm Carpets Oil Cloths Rugs fighting in tho Cuban nrmy She informed tho correspondent of tho Associated PrcB that tho chlof of pollco of Puerto Priucipo called upon her told her tho government had or- Â¬ dered her arrest mid conducted her to prison whero sho was confined in a small cell with 11 other prisoners Her relatives tearing that on account of her advanced ngo sho would not be nblo to enduro this severe treatment offered to pay the authorities for better accommodations for her Theso oTorfl were received with sneers Her rela tives wcro told that niiythltig was good enough for a Cuban and they were asked why Mrs Agramonto should got any better treatment than tho rent Her daughters appeal to be ullowed to seo her was refused My suffering said Mrs Apra inonto were intense After remain ing in prison 2D days I wai sent to Havana and there confined in u house of refttpo for women of all classes The crowded condition of this jail made it worso than the Puerto Priucipo prison Afttr threo days confinement there I was released and having been vaccin- Â¬ ated after undergoing tho quarantine regulations I was permitted to leuvo on the Mnscotte Thero wero no charges preferred against mo aud I can think of no reason for my arrest except that my tona aro fighting to frco Cuba At tho timo of my transfer from Puerto Priucipo jail two other ladies Mario Aguelar and Gabriclle Vurona were liberated Â¬ Â¬ the standard Your druggist sells Scotts Emulsion Two slits 50 cts and 100 SCOTT BOWNE New York BRANDENBURG Let us hope thoro will not be war with Spain Mr Taylor Haynes has been quite sick but we are glad to say he is improving Hurrah for our kind Editor for not forsaking the old sheet our own dear News Maybe you think Georgo II Casperke is not interested in tho present canvas George doesnt dabblo In politics except in tho interest of his friends but he is wholo soul then It Is remarkable to notice how the col- Â¬ ored population are pushing to tho front A number of families for information hero take a daily paper which some member is competent to read Great interest will be manifested in the proposed international monetary conference and the financial commission sug gested by the President in his inaugural Every issue will go slow till speech that almighty tariff bill is well pledged Corbett Filzsimmons Fitzsimmons Corbctt Their names should bo rele Â¬ gated to ho background by nverychilstia man and woman in the land The fa Â¬ mous flglils of Spain woro not moro bru Â¬ tal It is a heathenish custom and should not be tolerated iaaBro iate preached last Sunday inoni J Ing and night A beautiful day hence a large congregation greeted him Tho choir singing was good Let all the young peoplo who can slug go in aid assist Mrs Malin is a faithful organist lend her your support Oh Mr Editor I do wish Cupid would shy his darts moro accurately so id een have a wedding to report Lots of ar Â¬ rows flying from the little fellows bow but tho wounds aro not deep Only a flirtation you know in which Southern girls are adepts and especially Kentucky girls No harm dono if the lino is drawn sharply I knew of course when I struck Babyland Id stop into hot water I have invitations galore to just come seo my baby if you want to seo infantlove liness Well that boy John Brooks Har Â¬ din is a fat fine sweet Itepubllcan baby he never cried once the day of tho inaug- Â¬ IB uration but cooed and crowed all day Well if the Democrats dont harmonize John Brooks will help keep tho samo rule twenty one years from now As soon as I make the rounds Ill repoit about each wonderful pet their name Â¬ Â¬ 1 Mattin gs All New at BUTCHERED Flrnillsli Cfiuie IVrpttnitccI by SpAiiltli Soldiers Jacksonviilk Fla March 8 Of all tho fiendish crimes of the Spanish few equal the horrible butchery in Cubit of Roberto Otasso a naturalized American citizen who was assassinated by Span ish guerrillas on his plantation near AN AMERICAN Another Â¬ VESTS COME AND SEE US Morton 1 itlorrlm Akcior Besides being shot Otassos body had been hacked with machete and most horribly mutilated Tho head was split the legs cut nearly off and great pieces of flesh slashed from tho body Nothing has been done About It by tho authorities for it is claimed that tho deed was the work of Spanish guer Â¬ Cardenas tn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Attention Farmers m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Money in your Pockets Â¬ Â¬ ADDISON DICK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Things For the Table Seasonable Fresh Our Shoes w J J j t VVtVVVJ Â¬ I i Â¬ r THE BElOitNRttlQB lrfMs OLOVERPORT ictf Breckenridge News 10 1807 SP 9 WEDEN8DAY MAKOH The Allied Forces Domocrats Froo Sllyer Republlcons and Populists Glad - of tho Past Encouragement From Mr Bryan His Speech at Barlholdl Hottl New York Brave and Inspiring Words in the Very Centre of Gold Inter- Â¬ In ests How Goldbugs May Got Back Must Leave Their Sins Behind Mr Bryan In a terse sharp speech at n luncheon at the Bartholdl New York told gold Democrats how they could re- Â¬ turn to tho fold He said that their sins i4 1 SB 4 IP its in be ri d n ir must be left behind and that they must stand squarely with the silver men Thespetch which had not been an- Â¬ nounced was received with many signs oi approval Mr Bryan said I do not know of any Democrat Free Silver Republican or Populist who deserves more credit than those who make the fight for free coinage in New York City Tliis is the center of the gold inter- Â¬ ests in the United States Here it is more didlcult than any where else for a person to raise his voice in behalf of bimetallism I want to say that your fight down here has given you a warm place in the hearts of tho West and Sjutli I appreciate your work and tho moral courage required and when the history of this era is written the histo Â¬ rian will write that there wero heroes in those days and that New York and the Eastern states had their share of their heroes I Now a word of encouragement want to say to those who have fought that the fight is not done I have not found any person who was with us who is sorry he was with us Of those who fought under the allied forces I do not know any one who regreta the part he took in the campaign I know that the people who run with us treasure as ono of the most delightful recollections their part in the memorable campaign I have found many who had not been with us before election who have come to us since the election If your experience has been the same as mine you have found that there has been disappointment among many who were led to believe that the main Â¬ tenance of the gold standard or the pos itive declaration that it would be main Â¬ tained would restore confidence revlye business and bring back prosperity Tula has not been the result The gold standard is doing now just what it has always done helping those who own money and hurting those who are producing wealth by earning money I am proud of the work done by the allied forces hi the last campaign No matter what will be the permanent set- Â¬ tlement of the money question the American people are better for the cam Â¬ paign through which they have passed The government will be better the laws will be better The people will more closely scrutinize public servants and their acts and those public servants who do not want to do right will find the next four years a bad time People can be fooled when they are not awakened The next four years will be tho hardest years for tliCHi who are in politics for pecuniary gain I do not try to force my opinion upon any one but I want to say that I do not believe that this money question is yet settled I have no word of reproach for those who loft us in the last campaign not a word of criticism for the Democrat who conscientiously believed that the elect Â¬ ion of the Democratic candidate would hurt the country or who through pat- Â¬ riotism left his paity But I want them to understand that the man who left ub in this fight between the money power and the people must return with a cer- Â¬ tificate that he is at last on side of the people and is not a spy in the ranks When this fight is over we can take up something else and form new lines But the man who declares himself one of us must be one of us I want to say that I have cot re formed and that I believe in the princi- Â¬ i ples that we advocated in the campaign as much now as then It is going to be no easier for monomentallists and bimet- Any alliata to associate than before man who comes to act with us must be one of us and his sins can be forgiven But he can not bring his sits with him I appreciate this opportunity to meet you I will be glad to carry back to the Webt the news that tho bimetallism iMteroarq noashawetiof- - the fight they made Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ re- ed- - c 4 cittte ot ed to pro 97 iropetly Atslgnea Texas There is Nothing So Good There is nothing just as good as Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds so demand it and do Y not permit the dealer to sell you some He will not claim there is substitute anything better but in order to tnak more profit he may claim something else to be just as good You want Dr Kings new discovery Decauso you Know it 10 be safe and reliable and guaranteed to do good or money refunded For CougliB Uldi Consumption and for all affections of Throat Chest and Lungs there is nothing so good aa ia Dr Kings New Discovery Trial bottle free at A II Fishers Drug Store Regular she 60 cenaaadfl the most drastic sufferingR lei me cry out to j on parents of the burden bearera nkho of the next century Home Influence Copyrighted more pure more gentle more tender so Among the many things provrd by that the child may ever look back to it latter day science is tho tlRct of sur Â¬ not only without pain hut with absolute Home Influence Go and positive pleasure roundings upon living creatures with tho motive not only to givo tho among the Tlerra del Fuegans and you will find enormous chests and very feeble child pleasant ineinorhs but rather to An Avalanche Demolishes tho Left less as a consequence of almost constant give it the power to overcome evil around Wing of the Hospice Monks paddling in canoes visit the Esquimaux it by the good within Take Ryfugi in Olhor and they will bo found able to stand GUSTON amost unclothed in the most rigorous weather because ot n layer of fat evenly MrB Richardson tf Irvington wtB in spread under the skin by Nature as a Parts of tho Monastery and Tunnol In town Thursday protection against their climate MIbs Hattio Warfleld of Ekron was In Their Way Out Through the Africa vast regions too utterly malarial for Europeans to live in support natives town last week Snow History and in iiust lively and thtlving fashion To Overton Blanford and Roy Cain of close our proofs regarding tho influence Bewleyvllle were in town Wednesday ot tlo dwelling place go now to tropical Pierce Hardaway was in town Tuesday islands where all things grow in profus- Â¬ he as had his friend Mr Pipe Work of the Famous Institution ion and almost without labor on the part along Through the Centuries Men and of man and you find what Mies Clara Loeb of Vine Grove came too lezy to exert themselves and women Saturday morning therefore amounting to almost nothing Mr Geo Smith aud Miss Helen PolBut all as an influence in the world Bkrnu March 1 Tho left wing of the lock spent Sunday in Vine Grove the As to this refers to the bodies of men great monastory of St Bernard has been of Miss Eula Davis the mind tell me what mould the stolid guests demolished by an avalanche No lives Mies Mattie Stino of Weldon was in plodding stupid ways of the Russian were lost nor was anybody seriously inThe self town last week Moujlk His surroundings jured but tho monks occupying the mon Â¬ Surroundreliance of the Englishman Mrs Mattie Childs and children Pearl astery wero in serious danger for some ings and Byrd of Louisville camo down last time When the great miuses of snow week to seo their relatives and ice descended upon the building tho Mrs Robertson is speaking of moving occupants took refuge iu the part of the Come another step Though you are neither Fuegans nor South Sea Islanders to the country We hope she will to building which remained intact and thence dug a tunnel under the snow Moujiks nor Britishers but just plain consider the matter and stay with us through which they crawled Most of Americans you cannot escape the kflu Mrs Frank and little son of Irvington them were frostbitten en co of environment any more than a came up to Elsie Baxters party clam can escape from the sea These A party was given at the home of litTho Hospice of St B rnard is at tle laws are at work here as well as every- Â¬ tle Elsie Baxter Saturday evening in higehst elevation of the great St Bernard you admit it in your gen honor of her fourth birthday where else and A good You will say What crowd and the little folks enjoyed them- Â¬ Pass betweon Mont Velan and its west oral conversation ern extremity called Pointe do Dronaz a poor chance Tom has j ho is being selves very much in the Penine chain ot the Alps It is raised among dirt and neglect you think The Topic social at Mrs Lucinda the highest habitation in the Alps if not surroundings being of influence just of Stitha Saturday night was quite a sucas you probably think of death some Â¬ cess The topics were widely discussed in all Europe Tho monastery consisted ot a large regular mass ot stone bulldingp is absolutely certain for every- Â¬ thing that and it seemed to bother a great many stern and gloomy enough when viewed body else but only dreamily certain for who the correspondent from G us ton was from the exterior hut inviting and cheer- Â¬ Herein are we slow of heart we you Also about the bachelors under thirty ful within Â¬ fail to recognize that tho laws influencWe have found out they dont fivo Despite its rough appearance the hos Â¬ ing it are the laws influencing us- - It is want you to call them good for noth- Â¬ pice has welcomed Alpine travellers for in this direction I ramble this week still nine centuries It is more than 8000 continuing the thoughts on Education ings feet above the leyel of the sea and close that has gone before Cold and Grippe Cure to Mont Velan which rises 2000 feet Dr Mendenhalls Cold and Grippe above the main summit of the pass It By Natures kind arrangement we are Cure is guaranteed to cure Colds La is also close to perpetual snow It was not brought forth hundreds at a time in Grippe Headache Neuralgia Aching founded In 002 by Count Bernard ot a hive from one common queen bee but Feverish Conditions Prostration etc Menthon who afterward was canonized in Biuall very small groups whereby For the Cough take Dr Mendenhalls He devoted forty years of his life to help each individual in the family may secure Cough aud Consumption Cure For sale ing and protecting the numerous travelthe care necessary for n creature bo fee- Â¬ by Short Haynes lers who annually passed between Switzble at birtli aud yet so potent in possi Â¬ erland and Italy The inmates are bilities To bring before your vision the monks of the AugUBtinian order assisted HOLT lamentable results where tho personal by a number of lay brethren There aro touch is lacking it is only necessary to forty monks in the monastery somo of The public school closed last Friday mention tho spiritless monotous lives ol HosIn The spring term of school begun Mon Â¬ whom however are theSimplon A few children of asylum children pice on the top of Little St Bernard varying ages under one authority is the day with a good attendance Mountain 7070 feet above the level ot A child of Green Jollys colored of the sea This hospice also was founded We must normal condition of things therefore even look upon the teacher of Addison died lost Thursday by Count Bernard lorty or fifty children as occupying an Judge Holt and family are expected The St Bernard II ispice has been unnatual position that should call for home from California this week known to accommodate COO to iOO travnl our best sympathy and wisest co opera- Â¬ Gordon McGavock of Cloverport was lers at n time The ground floor of the tion It is absolutely unfair to expect the guest of Mrs Emma White Sunday building is devoted to stabling and store- Â¬ her to countera t all influences home Misi Forrie Hardin has been visiting rooms and the upper flu its to a drawing and street that work against high mo- Â¬ friends in Owensborothe past two weeks room refectory olliji s and dormitories tives and higher attempts snow around the hospice nearly ev Mlts Mannie Ireland of Skillmiin wai The ery month of the year averages from the guest of Mrs Emma White last seven to eight feet in depth and tho I am not deluding myself with the week drifts sometimes rest against it and rite idea that these words are to enter only Miss Grace Tate of Harmony Ind it to a height of forty feet The work of the home of ease and refinement They spent Sunday with her Bistor Mrs Lena the monks in giving shelter to traveilleis are to go into thousands where it is not Weatherholt and rescuing wayfarers lost In tho moun Â¬ always easy to make both ends meet Mrs A J Gross spent last week in tains has been the subject of many tales where life has possibly a rasping influ- Â¬ Owonsboro the guest of her niece Mrs of heroism The monks care for nearly ence upon the overburdened mother and Plillo DeHaven 20000 tiavellers every year without ex Â¬ where the tho over worked father Miss Mary Weatherholt of Hancock acting the smallest payment as the mon- Â¬ quiver full of childreil ia a blessing county visited friends and relatives astery is rich enough to support Itself very thoroughly disguised And because out of its own funds Thosri that can af- Â¬ here last week such homes are after all the recruiting Most any direction you looked last ford to do so are expected however to place of American life and future Amer- Â¬ coatribute a sum equal to the amount ican progress I must bo very plain here week you could see the smoke from a they would be charged in a hotel in the burning plant bed I dare to say from a knowledge of both village The monastery was once very Prof Eugene Gllliland and Mrs Em Â¬ ends of society that it is quite as possi Â¬ wealthy but during the Reformation lost ble if not more so to And in such homes ma White visited friends at Skillman part of its landed prooerty During the tho virtues of patience and perseverance Saturday and Sunday revolution of 1648 the funds or tho mon Mips Lennio Tate of loblnsport Ind ot self forgetfulness and tenderness of astery were seized and thi monks wero love and unity developing under hard was the guest of her sister Mrs Lula driven from the mountains but the in- Â¬ conditions rather than under the influ Â¬ Weatherholt last week dignation which this act created soon ence of boundless wealth und opportunL D Addison the clever and pushing brought it about that their property was ity So tho poverty of the home wtiere merchant of Addison is on a business restored to them Owing to tho high even the lamp is dispensed with so as to trip through the South altitude of the hospice a monk can re Â¬ save expense is not left out iu these sugmain there only twelvo or fifteen years Misses Rosa Riedel EvaandLzi May gestions tie then falls victim to rheumatism and of Cloverport spent Sunday with Mr takes refuge in an asylum owned by tho and Mrs Charles Riedel and family monastery In the vlilage of Martlgny The main thing is the spirit of the Lottie Antney the little The St Bernard dogs which are as fa- Â¬ home Even if illiterate and hampered step daughter of Ike Sipes that was badby vices a parents real love for the things ly burned Beveral weeks ago died from mous as the monastery Itself aro bred at that are pure and right will outweigh all the effects of it last Wedneslay Her the hospice They are subject to the things else If unwholesome thoughts remains were taken toTobinsport Thurs Â¬ same rheumatic a miction after seven or and purposes are merely covered with day and laid to rest in tho upper grave- Â¬ eight years as are the monks and are The monks always keep then killed a veneer of book knowledge and deport- Â¬ yard eight to twelve of the dogs on ham1 ment tho parent can never by mere in- Â¬ Rheumatism Quickly Cured These dogs travel around in storms with struction outweigh tho unconscious evil pull of his character upon the children After having been confined to the little casks containing bread meat and summering and wintering with him I house for eleven days and paying out wine hanging from their collars and hun cannot do better than include a portion 25 in doctor bills without benefit Mr dreds of sufferers have been rescued by them of a letter Just received from a very pure Frank Dolson ot Sault Ste Marie Mich Four or five miles from tho hospice is minded aud noble young doctor He was cured by one bottle of Chamber- Â¬ says in substance As I look back at my lains Pain Balm costing 25 cents and a house where persona who cross the homo llfo in early childhood I remem has not since been troubled with that pass In the winter wait over night before ber my grandmother always appealed to complaint For sale by A R Fisher going to the hospice In the morning a servant is conducted by ono of tho doga me by her gentleness and kindness and Druggist to the refuge house then the party is personal cleanliness and attractiveness quite well that she was lack Still I know SASAFRAS FLAT ing in firmness letting her desire that everybody should be happy for the Items are scarce moment overcome her best judgement THE James Chapln is to start his still this Great RUST0RER My grandfather I respected for his exact X Restores pstfect I knew he weok Integrity and preclsenefs h tli tl n nml They say Will Johnson is in love lacking in geniality but it was the was MVJC Vv31 wauliuodTtiul re- shore nutf obsu former quality that influenced me not W7 trCk u cles10VM aniirrliKft -- J to Master Laten Furrow has returned latter We had a faithful old cook the Rostoroa lie entire nervoii who had been a slave I loved hor for from Owensboro svMin ami slop all her happy songs and good cooking Jack Mattlngly of Httea Run has Re vlul tosses though I disliked her ahlftlfsineas and moved to Cloverport moves effects of theblna cf youth and exextravagance Iu brief with each mem Â¬ Al Basynger of Hardlnsburg was in eswi of Inter year ber of the family it was the good qualities Cloverport last week Ho oovoaiil effects of ilioiiimiicn aud re and not the bad which has chief influ Â¬ null wiwto place of Persimmon Misa Lucy Johnson Bill Aa I ence in moulding my character IriomuUanil Flat was in town shopping Saturday Ittttnret refreshing have been thinking over it to know why Cured Itn Ben Nouchen and family ot Hitee itC it was so I have becorao convipced that iutoiicu Hint restores to Blackford Creek ill vim I power it was due to the fact that each member Run have moved Curos nil waiting Walter Meador seemed to be behind of the family was actuated by a desire to I eusM inM restore do the best he could for all the rest time last Sunday the way ho was run development to all pan if tlie body NERVE LIFE Is the only purelj This was the fashion II yon will in my nlng hla horsj scientific treatment ami niTonls rfllif from little world and with the spirit ol Imita Â¬ Emmett Bates of this place and Miia UuflrH days una II removes the cause aud asslsli niituic to eltrcl n euro Cure tion strong within me as it is In every Mary Johnson o Persimmon Flat were guaranteed Sptclal iPvinnl tnprvslcuns child I adopted the rule of the house the guests of Mlaa Nellie Furrow last iivous Dleaaes Our new treatise on V indoori IU Lna Hint Recovery mailed Sunday hold aa my own fr e In plain sealed wispper for two 2 cent Misses Zoa Johnson and Nellie Furrow stimpr Mention this paper b Â¬ li a J iOv tar Trlsl Trciicdi sn4 Coivlictd By reason of the memories of childhood attended the last day ot school At Per NERVE LIFE MEDICAL GO reported good time VAkSMAiQO MICH religiously overtrained and morally simmon Flat they starved witM its errojt corrected only by tad treat Rambling Thoughts 11Y INST BERNARD PASS Mado and Merit Maintains thoconfldenco 11a of tho pcoplo In Hoods Snrsnpnrllln medlcino cures you when stek Kit makes wonderful cures everywhere then beyond allqucstlon Mint nicdlclnoporaessea merit Merit J WWW That is Just tho truth about Hoods Sar saparllla Wo know It possesses merit bocauso it cures not once or twtco or a hundred times but In thousands and thousands of enscs Wo know tt cures absolutely permanently when all others tall to do any good whatever Wo repeat Made t f m family or iwjumi usg itott wAisra Pure jjpple JJrandy CM v 5 I mnUo n specially of Fine Apple Hrnmly guaranteed I use nothing but sound and to lie strictly unadulterated ripe fruit My JJrandy is all feimentcd iu tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable lluvor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 05 goods 200 per gallon and o7 goods ti71 per gallon r o b All packages securely sealed and shipped on short notice Hoods Sarsaparilla In 4V Good aJSjf3v Wfc SMITH Andyville Ky W WWWW Â¬ Is tho best HOOdS Fills fact tho Ono Truo Wood Iurlflcr euro nausea Indigestion biliousness 25 cents Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner the better We are prcpaicd to do your work with a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices It is to your interest to consult us Â¬ Â¬ V 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ed through the enow to tho hosplco by the dog which sometimes is so deep in drifts that only its tall enn be seen wav Â¬ ing above the fresh snow During tho summer tho monks get plenty of fresh meat from the vnlley and HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky cowb supply them with milk from which butter and cheese aro made In the win- Â¬ ter however only one cow is kept and tho monks eat raited meats They keep aho about fifty horsrs to draw wood from the valley ten miles distant A short distance from the hospice is a LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY building in which aro kept the bodies of those who have perished in attempts to Haa Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace cross the mountains They have nil 2000 been found frrzen and are set up in the Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality morgue iu the position in which they Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn tho Floors of Bed rooms were found The atmosphere is sufli Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco- Â¬ ciently cold to prescryo the bodies at all Parlors and Upper Halls siTBinp but in time they fall to pieces rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout aro withont after having dried up aud withered and a superior in tho South rate of charges considered bonrs and skulls may bo seen strewn along the floor The monks preserve Over SI 0000 have been expended in this recent improvement the bodies so that relatives and friends RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY may have every opportunity of identify- Â¬ ing those whom they have lost in the mountains Tho pass win re the monastery stands was traversed by Roman atmies by arm ies under Chnrlemngne and by liarbar cBju and in May 1S00 by Napoleon and his army of 30001 men Napoleon nnd his stafTmade the hospice their headquar Â¬ ters In the clinpel of tho hospice ie a monument erected to Gen Desaix ono of Napoleons Generals who died after the battle of Marengo lie was mortally Southeast Cor of Twelfth tf Main LOUISYILLV KY wounded In tho battle and Napolean Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and 1 per cent Commission stood at his bedside comforting him in his dying moments nnd promising I will irive you tho Alps for your mon ument You shall rest on their h f ies inhabited point iu tho church of St Works The Willard Hotel W Scott Miller Jr Manager Â¬ GOLDEN RULE THE Independent Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Â¬ Bernard WEWk Rockport Saw It Is impossible to hu happv or cheer ful or u Hfiil when one is sulljring from a discomforting cold or a in sty little cough It is wonderful that point people will go on from day to day sutlering from these dibtresslng disorders when a 25c will bottle of Dr Bells relieve the most stubborn case Â¬ Repairs Saws of All Kinds Particular attention given to Trnairiug large Circular itt Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Kvery Saw tested by Btenin before it leaves tho shop Every Saw warranted Safety Comfort Workmanship the very Lett Trices lower than any shop in America Mark your name on Saws and Bend a letter o advice aa to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS nOCKPOKT INI Louisville anil Evansville BOOE Packet Line Vuit Mall Line Detneon Louisville and Evansville STEAM EUS Â¬ E F M G RAGON WA Â¬ Ityan Master Blihop Purser tf 0ZC0 lUVZtUf l4ZSUWZrjSw7J watt write or her to better Who gSlEon BRYANT STRATTON 1 EEEPING SHOST HAND TELEOHAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC sJ tfk desires condition in life should his tho Cataloguo of tho for No 400 THIRD STHEET LOUIBVILIiE KY TARASCON P L Â¬ renny Master L T Conner Purser TELL CITY U II Ballard Maiter W B Newbell Purser PICKETT ctiAS WG Â¬ P D STAGGS Dally oxcept and New Amsterdam Freight hipped by thli line delivered quick Â¬ er than by rail Travelers will find the steamers are ueiur paned In equipment and accommodations The belt culinary ire employed at cooks ind the menu li equal to that of the belt hoteli Oeneral offices 176 a d 178 4th Avenue Loulivllle W W MTE D L TENNY TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE Co C A Bridges ritiuMtirroit Cor Eighth and Main Str6ots LOUISVILLE KY j t f owiejin WITH Saturday between Louisville a nniDGES biuhgks FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE SflPfi 3H Â¬ e4 es R ATE81 PCR OAlft The tnoit centr Hu located Hotel In ttw cltg Supt Trei Â¬ MMNM - OKS ASJlLf f NERVELIFE 4 BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana lill vLFj TO j m -- II flillblll tt ir imsmth WAWiHVJMffllf - TwtInSON imm 1 iiMMMTrinn T5gi JoUIstfLLE mt Ky - rm That Promised Proiperity New York World WheelTobaccoGo INCOItrOllATED r tw Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha IT M St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIIULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING GARS nUlIB ill DO scats u rutin wnn free -- CONSULT TIOKET AOENT OR F M RUGG trav pssn aoint ST LOUIS MO The warmth of William J Uryans wclcomo In this city shows that he is still very stropi with the Democratic Defeat has only endeared him masM s to them It is perhaps well to fay even at this early day that Mr llryan may aualn be- Â¬ candidate in 1000 come a formidable Tho election of McKinley his notbrouKht prosperity and aa someone lias truthful lynnd tersely remarked If McKinley U the advance agent of prosperity as has been claimed then ho is a long way aht ad of his country Free silver may or may not be a pan acea but it la evident that the country has little to expect from tho Itepubllcan party Under the administration of Mc Â¬ Kinley trusts and high tarifls will nour- Â¬ ish and unlets prosperity cornea very soon the Democratic patty will ride back into power on the great tidal wave of 1000 Ship your tobacco to the Wheel Tobac- Â¬ co Co the only tobacco firm that is co- Â¬ operative Every one who shlpa us five hogsheads becomes a member of the company and shares in all future profits Dont bo fooled byagenU false promises rebates and big prices We chargo less than ever before our regular fees have been reduced from fifty centa to one dol- Â¬ lar per hogshead to suit tho low prices now being paid You will get tho best attention every hogshead is handled with tho greatest care and no rejection unless actually necessary We will re Â¬ mit by check or registered letter Ofllco and sales room South east cornerof Main and 1 th streets Louisville Ky Mark your hogsheads S0S WHEEL TOBAOOOOO LOUISVILLE KY t WMBUOJSeyi W V Mi v 4 wr- - THE BREOKRNRIDGR NEWS OLOYKRPORT KT died au tho nlggerA i rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CorvmnHT 1S90 889828898 jured sd ho was con Â¬ 1 I By Martha McCulloch Williams lly tiic Author CHAPTER XIV It vns thirst not any thought of nd venture that iiiado Hob when sho camo to her own demesne turn nsldo to Aunt Phpinys cabin It is only n Btcp out of tho way oho said to herself anil my throat is parched Besides Aunt Phcniy ought to bo glad to SCO inc I Iiopei shu will not bo crops ns slio wan tho last time Mnrso Robert ho better had bo tolo do trufo elio Raid then As if nnytliiiiR could niako mo tell him I My darling daddy I I would suffer torturo first Tho cabin stood only n littlo way off tho mill road Pascrsby often stopped thoro for a drink from the spring In her heart Aunt Phoniy was glad to seo them though sho kept her faco imrmx Company I What did it matter sivo she stid Sho had her pigs her fowls and her big dog Tign who was Linns full brother nnd tho savager beast of thu two Iu his guard sho was safe no matter who camo or went Tho cabin sat in a screen of tangle Tho path to it ran jaggedly through vagrant growths of suniao sassafras and fruitful young grapevines It wound bo indeed com ing iu from tho front you hardly saw tho roof until you wcro iu tho shado of tho gourd arbor abovo tho door Thus Rob was almost facing her beforo sho saw that tho old woman was not alone but Right of tho visitor iu nowiso discomfited her It was apparently a tall loan woman with powerful shoulders yot n stooping hollow chest who sat upon tho doorstep with arms locked about tho knees In spito of tho heat tho stranger was huddled in n frouzy shawl A deep sun bonnet shrouded head and face Tho long lower limbs showed gaunt and shrunken beneath tho thin folds of n faded calico skirt As Robs shndow full on tho earth tho creaturo started and drow tho poor skirt yot closer about hor feet ns though seeking to hiilo poverty yet more pitiful Rob noted thu action with a sympathetic thrill then said with a civil nod Good morning madam Aunt Plio my how aro yon Dont get mad whon I toll yon my lost turkey hen has como homo with ten flno young ones for all you weroFO certain tho foxes had caught her Thu littlo ones aru beauties and so pert Why they can outrun mo now Though they aro so late I mean to raitu them just to show you wit o peoplu that you dont know everything Uphl Dtitikst your owdaciousluck Had er been my olo turkey hen hor haidd been off an Drcr Fox donu had or dinnir er wholn mont ago Aunt Phemybiid pretending to firmn though she gavo really a mild chuckle All how jealous you are I Aunt Pho Rob niy I didnt think that df you retorted letting Ik r eyes iet casually upon tho hands of the visitor They wuru hard and hi own two masses of knotted niuele with long eoarso hair btraggliugover them and a curious palo ring on thu hkiu about nuo wrist Though Rob looked away instantly she know tho straugu woman hud felt her gaze and been disquieted by its noto of detaiN for tho knotted hands wero drawn back and began nervously to wrap themselves iu thu ends of thu thin shawl Aunt Phemy too noted thu movement Sho half turned in her chair and I aint gredgin you no said slowly res Miss but I spoos you better had bo trabbliu I dono kep you now longorn I tolo you you mought stay when you como yero ter my do foro do zrn cr day Oh dont send her awey Aunt Phemy I It is hot and she looks so very Rob said plucking at thu black tired Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i mfMM mm - Xon nro to word for It Tiow listen stay hero until almost midnight Aunt Phemy will rtaiu your faco and hands till you would pas for ono of her color Then nt 13 oclock tonight yon must ho at the bridgo on tho turnpike two miles from hiro Loino one will moot you there Never mind who You can trust him Ho will answer Tom when you say Torry Ho will tako you whoro you rhocse us far ns he can beforo morning Mcautlino ict it fllo and tako that ring off your uuklo nnd borrow Aunt Phciuys wallet to carry tho food sho will givo you Des do listen nt ler Sho talks liko I lonjxcd her mmo na rberl Aunt Phu my said Willi u little odd laugh Rob put out her hand and touched tho black womans lightly us sho said No Aunt Phemy I know you nro free but free only to do good iw ii tj r r 7f - Ax Ohilout tend her ttuiiu Sunt lhcmji others suid ho ns ono er liio gYng uu so ho had ter go I sec A caso of poor Tray whipped because of bad company Rob returned smiling pleasantly at tho deputy who meandered on Ef wo ketch him Miss Rob mayby ho can help us erbout that last matter cr yours It does seem ter mo no man ncr men couldnt er took off anything so woll known as your old maro ner so haudsomo as that high stopptu colt cr hers thout somebody a seoiu em at least somuwhars Thar oughtor been bills out au er roward offered Yes I daro say Rob broko in But you seo Mr Reed I havo not any bad money to throw nwaynf ter good horses I beliovo you legnl gentlemen huvo a fiction that all money is bud It does niako most er tho troublo in tho world either haviu it cr losin it ur lackiu it Mr Reed said profoundly and mentally patted himself on tho back Of coso for having spoken so well you aint seen but just fer forms sake wo must ask you you an Aunt Phemy cf youvo saw any long dangliu feller lean as er houu with black eyes un er hangdog look cither passiu tho road cr skulkin in the bushes yero If such a man lias passed I havo not Rob said facing tho official seen him though her heurt was thumping fast Aunt Phemy can answer for herself But if you must search thu place plcaso do not go near tho house If pappy knew it would maku him so unhap-py- Â¬ When fIio hud gono nway tho man seemed to rono from a tlnzo Ho talked long and earnestly with tho old black woman nnd evidently of matters very near her heart When at last ho had crept into her loft nnd sho heard tho looso boards creak ns his length rested upon them sho said nodding to tho out hers which smoldered tho year round upon her wido hearth Tinga happen motty qnnr in ilis worl au kentry Dir Ben Topmark Ho rich au strong as ho menu I po an olo Dis yero foller fcard er ho own shudder whilo ho Btuy roun yoro but I luy us puts cr Fpoko iu dut big gentemuus wheel ono whut ho aint uebber knowed wus grnwin iu do woods much less cut out cr uni CHAPTER XV Mr Topmurks letter to Mr IIowoll hud been a triumph of diplomacy Thero had been no mention of business oh not tho least Ho hud said iu rambling fashion that n widower was mighty lonesome and it was near timo for dovo shooting to begin and may bo tliar might bo boiuc lection mutters that could bo tnlkcd over to ndvaiitugo whon a nmn had neither n wifu nor it crop on his mind to bother him To himself Mr Topmark added that Howell was rat sharp but not likoly to try putting up uny gumo on him Ho himself knew too much If ho told all ho knew it would bo mighty awkward for Howell and bigger men besides Then too tho storekeeper was fuiily sura of his ground IIu hud taken opin ion of Judgo Graball tho first lawyer iu Oldbridge in tho very beginning of tilings and Graball had said getting a clean hundred dolluiH for tho saying that in Mr Topmurks hypothetirtl caso right might lio on ono sido Law wus certainly on tho other If uwifo hud not quitclaimed property held jointly or bought iu her behalf no sure titlo pass ed to its purchaser Hor children or childrens children wcro entitled to ro cover not only tho land itself but a rea sonable rent for it this all tho moro if they had lived out of thu stato and naturally iu iguoraiico of their rights That condition indeed in ado tho statulo of limitation inoperative Holders of such lund could set up only adverse pos Bession and plead iu equity innocent purchase Even if tliey avowed that thero hal been quitclaiming iu thu original transaction tocstablishsuch uvowal legally they must bubuiit thu deed or a record of it or cu evict uud ut tested transcript of tho original An thar aint niro scratch ter bo found er sech er paper not iu none cr tho county record Mr Topmark had suid rubbing liis hands us ho loduuway Ho repeated it with unction inly when ho saw tho luwycr sleek and flaxen his ohair tipped comfortably bnk against a pillar of tho porch and Teddy Barton gazing nt him with open eyed admira tion Teddy had indeed paid tho man from town thu compliment of his lifo by remaining silent full llvu minutes whilo the other tulked Hu hud oven admitted to his inner consciousness that thero wus ono moro mini in tho world could tio it cravat with us much style us Ted dy himself But of that Mr Topmark reckoned nothing Ho was too rapt in his own concerns Now Rob my darlio was saying to himself ling I hope youll bo seusiblo uu gimuiu cr chauco ter settle this yero business tho wuy I liko Ef you but knowed it my gal you uiut got no show without mo Thar aint hoof ner horn you kin Fell Tho wholo crap ef it wus in the bam wouldnt fetch or hundred dollars An thurs tho olo man You wnntcr keep him iu cotton wool Youre er fool fer that but be hanged of I dont lovo you better jest becauso er sech foolishness Jack Talbot is better ter look atn mo but jou wont tako him not cf youro sensible But you uiut sonsible I dont beliovu I want yon tor bo neither Ef I thought youd tuko mo fer what Ivo got I wouldnt be nigh so mad after you Id ruthrr sorter inakuyoutuke mo uu then coax you inter loviu mo than ter hivo you drap in my mouth becauso cr what I kin give you Ho had been silently soliloquizing in front of his dead wifes fine big bureau Looking himself carefully over in tho mirror no Hair sighed stroked his stub bly mustache then all at ouco sat sud denly down with au odd smothering pain ut his heart It passed in a second or two but left him white uud shaken I mus put er stop ter that ho euid hoarsely Tho olo witch Black Sum hud sue Us liko that all winter befo ho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I didnt know I distraction just then hud cr grown daughter When did you put on long dresses I wih I could put em onLuloy said sighing deeply Then I conld marry nu tako Jiuucy nu Auny ter llvo with mo booh ns our stepmother comes Aunt Sarah says all stepmothers aro menu ns they can bo but I dont bclievo Miss Rob will bent us Thats why I wnnt ter go ternlght so I can beg her ter take you an keep you from chnsin off after that hateful old Miss Mandy Allen BGeorgol Then mnybo I better tako you Mr Topmnrk said laughing But it wus Lawyer Howell instead who bore him company that night when ho went driving away to tho Winfold party Rob camo lato and iu her worn whito frock instead of tho half new bluo ono yet shu wus easily tho belle with checks delicately pink ns a wild roso fleshly open mid eyes dilated to a black brilliance liko tho shining of midnight stars Thero was a now noto iu her voico too a sort of tenso vibrnut softness that thrilled tho listening cnr Naturally tho other young women snvo Miss Winfold made common cause agninst her Whon it came to dancing moro than ono sat down suddenly nnd unaccountably when Rob wus opposite her But in tho cud these malcontents hurt only themsolves They wero left wallflowers whilo Rob went victoriously from strength to strength from con quest to conquest for sho danced ns one inspired Townsman that hu was pre pared to laugh at rural gambols Law- Â¬ yer Howell caught his breath ut night of her in a colo mid as soeu as might be nsked her for tho next waltz Rob said with You may have it that is if you her w ickedejt smile will convert Mrs Winfold from tho er Â¬ You see sho does not ror of her wuy allow round dunces here In fact I half bulicvo sho thinks uny sort of dancing n sin unless you ouu munngu to do it very Â¬ Â¬ As ho went out on tho porch Lnley dropped her beloved crochet work and sidled up to hlni saying with in nlr of Popper letmuo go with weiirincsx you cr Aunt Surahs Icrnight Hey I Havo you set out too Who nir you castln sheeps ryes at Mr Top murk nsked laughing glud to havo any mm JS- - THE ST LOUIS WEEKLY THE TWICE-A-WEEK POST DISPATCH 0NY 50 LIE G CENTS A YKAR PAPER COURIER JOURNAL SI0OA YEAR Issued Wednesday and Saturday Mornings EAT FfiE SILVER CURtO Croun whoonlner couuh nnd colds arc quickly allayed and danger averted by DR BELLS PINE-TAR-HONE- Y The Post Dlrpatch Is the Only Metropolitan That rhamploncd the Free Silver Cause In Advance of the Nominat- Â¬ ing Conveniens It Stands Pat for Free Sliver for Western Men and Measures for the People Against the Po- Â¬ litical Bosses Pluto- Â¬ Combines crats Trusts and Corpo- Â¬ ration Oppres- slon bndly You mean sho thinks your dancing wicked I dont nt all blamn her I bee Mlsi McGirgor you aro it very dutigtr ous person so dungcrous I scarcely daro Mr Howell suid ask for a quudrille with a bow Robgavo a faint shrug uud sick than tired Keep her until tomorrow I know that is what pappy would say Umphl Yes J Marso Robert hod taka kcer do wholo worl an tut urn cheat him outen he eyoteefs Aunt Phemy said Tho stranger got up Baying so hoarso- ly tho sound mado Rob shudder I will go in jost cr little while Itob opened iier mouth to protest but beforo sho could speak Tigo sprang up Tho and gave a tremendous howl strange woman mado a wild backward spring gathering her limp skirt ns though to run then sank down breath ing hard Auut Phemy hud been look- Â¬ ing toward tho path Rob alone had sceu boncath tho Hupping garment boots and trousers miserably ragged and tho dull gleaut of au iron ring about ono auklo Goiusido and liodownl Quick I Let m help youl sho said imperatively looking full in tho strangn womans eyes They dropped beforo hers but tho tall fieurn straightened slowly and lurched within as a hail camo over thu matted growth in front Hello tho housel Aunt Phemy tlo upyourdawg WVrocouiin ferwator a mans voico called cheerily Noxt broatli thrco stout follows had ridden in sight dismounted and flung themaolves down besido tho slipping runnel At sight of Rob iu tho doorway tho fore most of them rose touched his hut and said awkwardly Oh howdy do Miss Rob My bat woro thirsty Reen ruoin an ohasin nil day after ono cr them trillin convicts that got erway You see thoyro loused out un they had em at work with ball au chain on tho big now railroad fill an this poor fool must run off though ho had Jest ouu moro your ter servo took chances er gittiu thot an doiu dou bio timo for jost that littlo Dont say ho camo this way Rob said lightly though sho shivered a little I hope though you wont catch him that is unlets ho is n horso thief I huvo suffered too much from them to havo tho loast bit of compassion left Yes its too bad about your stock ho uinu said Ho was Deputy Sheriff Reed and mighty ambitious to bo u slier iff full Hedged alter Iho uGx election It dolihted him no littlo to find Miss Hob McGregor whom ho know very slightly Indeed thui social and friendly Tula feller was sent up for horso stculin Im torry ttrsay ho wont on fast offense though Thur was sonio bought ho wusu t really guilty but Â¬ Â¬ womans sleeve Maybo sho is nioro Ho shant bo bothered depend tin thu deputy bald smiling down that Thu other men had como up to nt her him their long mustaches beaded at tho ends witli fair water Auut Phctny stood with eyes downcast Sho had tho African instinct of secrecy and had instantly caught Robs cue Tuiut nobody went crlong dls way sho said then dropping a us I seed sort of courtesy I hear Sis Lizu un Aun Viny Johnson Buy las night as deo coined homo frum praar nieetln deo gut er skeer frum somo sort er critter Dio lowed it wus er hant dar on do hill byTopumrksgrabeyard It wus long on high deo say un groan so deo sho thuuk it wus olo mat Topmark dono como back enso er de way ho sou Ben carryin on sencoho los ho wife Oh ho hoi Beg your pardn Miss Rob but thats jest too rich I tho dep uty said laughing explosively Ho hud heard who had not of Topmarks inIf Rob becanio Mrs Top fatuation mark No a her influence would bo a thing to covot for Topmark certainly curried tho district in his pockot when it camo to local elections Tho whites divided always on lines of social or per Â¬ It was tho black votes sonal cleavage which really told for a fellow or against him and thu storekeeper swung tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ocrats have nssembltd together and Dealers In As yon liko about that Inm soused wherever the Nkus has brought the gos- Â¬ to being thought eiosperately wicked I pel of Democracy Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pino Floor Ho posesses tho very Biippoo I am caso hardened Anywny qualifications which distinguish him as lug aud Ceiling Weather Boarding oven tho thought of not being your partShingles Salt Limo Cement the man who can without a doubt win ner does not plunge mo iu tho depths Laths Plaster Plastering Senatnrship of this district for DemEf ho dont ask you ufter that Ill the Hair Plow Handles shoot him Ivo it great mind ter do it ocracy Bricks Etc nnyway Nono ertheso yero young chaps liinbtthtc wn News Estimates Furnished for Bulldlags and shant sass you with mo croun Mr John D Babbage tho Editor of the Topmnrk said grinning Rob gnvo him Building Material a long look then turned to hor noxt BitkCKUMtinoK Nkws is being urged to The well known Brands of partner und whirled uway without n make the race for State Senator in the word districtcomposodof I5r ckenridge Meado At near 11 oclock sho sot tho com- Â¬ and Hancock Mr Babvagu would make pany agog by saying carelossly to Jack a flue Senator and he cau bu eh cted Talbot iu tho faco of everybody Oh Otvcmboro Me vtier Jack muko husto nnd get through yout daucol You havo got to tako mo homo Tho Brandenburg Messenger wauts beforo 13 oclock Editor John D Uabbagf of the Clover Lemmo do that Miss Rob Mr port Nhtts to becomo a candidate for Topmark suid engcrly Jack shouldered Statu Senator Gocd idea Bring him him nsido and took Robs bund He out Â¬ Â¬ I said tranquilly The jear 18t I going t he brimful of lot r est The tio tnlngtthe M Klnley Admineleotet up n istration wlih a new Conre a gold tila fnrui means legislation of a kind 111 that vit II inte tt every nespajer reader in the ountry nnd especially In the Special ttentlon will be We t onil South per Bold by druggists t SSa 50c and paid In tho WEEK Y POST MSPATOU to bottloor sent direct on receipt of price by thla news of n nation I ch racter and it will Tfcs I K BilksrUal MWlilt Cs fsJsuk If be dlacutred editorially from the point nf view of the Wrst and South as eontiaited with that of Wall Itreet Personal The campaign fur free ttlrer nil go on In Iide Messencer 18U7 and nothing can do o much to hely along Here is a caso of on cilice seeking a the campaign ol education ai a newspaper like the ttUEKLY POST DISPATCH This man and through the instrumentality of l shown In the fact that in Missouri and In tbo Mtf8ngt r the man has been found everr other locality where the gains of circulation 1TCII has n The striking fitness of Mr Juo I Bab Demovrioy and large silver were of theaweeplng a free bag editor of the IiiiKCKENiunoB Nkws character Tho POST DISPATCH diiervej the support for the vacant Democratic nomination became ol the Democrat Free for Stato Senator will bo apparent to tho of all flght it Silver In tte recent campaign for made great old constituency of that veteran oracle of Democratic principle and the Demoo atlo Democracy Mr Babbage was the first ticket Hence the 1 ree Silver men everywhere should rally to Its support by tending In their editor in the Stato to swing his paper in- subscription and inducing others to subscribo to the free silver columns and trained his heavy editorials upon the strong- Â¬ holds of goldbugeery Under his man Â¬ agement the News has held first place among the local press of tho State and its decisive influence iu tho dominant Steamboat Agents Wharfmasters countits of tho Fourth District has more KENTUCKY CLOVERPORT than once determined tho policy of KenLocal Agents Mr Babbagu has tucky Democracy kjlven his tima to work and nover sought Homestead Fertilizer Company and office He is well known wherever DemStandard Oil Company Â¬ 1 POST-DIS-P Â¬ This famous remedy will cure an attack of croup in the time it takes to find a doctor Every home should have it ready for the time of need It is an infal- Â¬ lible remedy for oil bronchial and lung affections Ynull flnJ tbo WEEKLY ro ml tensabft du log II jear 16V7 Uglnnlrg January 1 1897 the coVly Cnurler Jour al was changed lo tho Tw ce n Week Courier Journal Publ cation diys ate Wednesday and Saturday The Wednrsdty III be devoted to news and political paper topics The Hatirday Usue will bo deroled to stories nlscellant pictures poetry eto a erft family paper will be six pages or twelve pages Eich Issue a week -- an Increaso of two pages a week 1 1 pages or 812 columns a year The p Iltea of the paper will not be chang Â¬ ed and the battle for luro Democracy and truo teraocratio principles will be continued successfully In the future as In the past In spite of the expense Inrolvol In the improve- Â¬ ments noted the price of the Twice-a-Wte- k Courier Journal will remain the same 100 n year A feature dirlng the coming year will be the editorials of Mr Henry Watterson on political and other topics of the day Daily Courier Journal I year Dally and Sunday I year - - -Sunday alone I year - - - 6 00 300 2 00 9 TWIOE-A-WEE- K COURIER JOURNAL AND Tilt fireckenridge News EACH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 We hare made a special clubbing arrange meat with the CooriorJournal and will send that paper and ours for the price named to all our subscribers who will renew and pay In adranco Sample copies of Courier Journal sent fiee on application Twlce-a-Wee- k GREGORY CO All Subscriptions undor this fer must be sent to of-Â¬ Â¬ Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Â¬ a jvtv V n J H Hunsche 0m A 2f Dec 11 41 s The TAILOR with Louisville HenderionSSl Louis iTyCol Louisville fos Ills friends want Editor John Bab bagp of tho Cloverpoit News to run for State Senator It is doubtful if he would have thu ofllce but ho would please his constituency if elected i wersUrti Mvi enjer f ict Will be in Clover TIME SCHEDULE xakiufr icrcct port on the 2d and 4th At 600 oclck 27 186 Sacdiy Friday of every month Wttt Bound Traint Eati Bound Train Casper May Co IND Exprs Exprs Dally 6 30imi 6 45 7 75 7 28 7 37 7 41 Mall A Dally 8 STATIONS U 4I Kxprs Hxpr Mall Dally Dally 12 12 CANNELTON black votu as ho pleased Not iu set words but dimly and afar off all this rushed through tho ofllcials Ho had good reason for not in hid wanting Miss Rob McGregor to remem ber him ns n rudo and pestileut follow Now no doubt on her fathers account she was anxious to have tho posso go in somo other direction So mucli ho read Rhrowdly underneath her smiling courtesy and sho should have her wuy Thero was certainly small likelihood that tho man they hunted lay hid at Roscoo for all it had so much tangled scrub Any way tho chauco wus too remote to bo worth making her an enemy Facing about ho said to his followers speak I think Ive got ing low and rnpidly a olnw Wull ridu fer tho big uieudders an not spuru our stock Good day Miss Rob I Vou bo right easy erbout your par Kf wo hud ter chuso tho fuller past your gate they shouldnt nobody maku noiso criiough Ur let him know what wus up How rri Inrd boys Poor wretch I Ivo nothin ugin him but its our July ter ketch him ef only wo kin As they cluttered noisily uway Rob steppid inside tho cabiu Tho convict hud flung off his womans garb and sat with burning eyes iu a faco as whilo us doath His jugged brow wus bended with cold sweat At sight of tho girl ho put his hands upon his breast uud suid speaking us though tho orils cumo from desert dryness Theyre after mo Im n horso thief liko they suid More I helped steal your Llghtlady Im willln ter dio fir it of only I kin seu Betty ono moro timo Rob said imporutlvoly Hushl Tell us nothing about yourself except where you wuut to go uud what wn can do to help you You didnt hear may by Oh yon couldnt I suid I helped ter steal ho began monotonously Robs hand went over his mouth PPFUM DAIM That has nothing to do with it nothing at all sho said I asked jou Is quli k y absorCleantes the bed you wanted Toll mo ut once what Nasal lWaiies AlGimraoer days start 1 kin niunugo lays Pain and In- the rest tho man auiwcred n slow fUinmatlon Heals painful red burning up through tho pal I and nrntecls the tor oi ins laco Unco lemiuo havo 80 I Membrane from miles tween mo nn them thar outsldo Cold Restores thn they wout never tctcli me Oh cf only Senses of taH ai el you will God Miss you may kill me smll Gioi Re Â¬ out mo in little pieces You cant never lief it once and it COLD N HEAD will cur know what itll meun ter mo A particla It applfaj directly into lit nostrils li Rob pondered a iniuuto feeling bis oyca devour her face Thou sho aaid ajrteabt jocntat DniggUU ortynulj t ra pin ioc bjr mill low but firmly ELV HHOTIIEtS 6 Watreo Strut Ntw York You shall havo that IxJedsomy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ixmmc do Hutt Miss Itob could scarcely trust himself to speak bo great was hiH joy but somohowho man aged to say Got your shawl Wo will go nt onco Shawl I uovcr thought of ono this meet you at dry beautiful night tho gate Bring around tho horses Rob said slipping uwny over tho nar row front porch and on dowu tho gravel walk that led to tho front gato Thero wcro prim spiny cedars nt guard cither sido of it Whito moonshine drow sil- Â¬ houettes of them upoii tho spnrso turf nt foot Lanterns feebly flickering nmid tho groeu boughs iu Miss Wiufolds judgment gavo tho wholo affair it touch nnd tuug of stylo But Rob tho audacious sot ono light upon tho ground aud said ns sho sprang up besido Jack I could not tuko a chauco of scaring Timothy und Clover Tho darlings They must go 50 miles beforo moriiing Â¬ 1 Rtcently the Messenger notd the that J D Bbbagp of tho Breck knkidou Nfcws was being pressed to make the race for the state senato nnd REPORTS said It was well Now comes the news that Mr Babbago declims saying that he likes journalism too well to make LOUISVILLE KY Match 0 1817 the rnco uud hat his only ambition is Shippers should mark all paokagei plainly to make his excellent paper btill moro with shippers same and post effloe address meritorious This is better 03am 812 8 45 8 48 8 CO IvUnn pLar Kentucky St Wlllowdale ltock Haven Kkron Guston West Point Howard UCSara pm 7 55pm SO 7 43 112 4 11 HUE ilAD 70 9M 7J 8 08 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Daily Dispatch for Drop me a card or publish in the Nkws would liko to hand tho Post a reminder of its it CATARRH Â¬ conduct occasionally but have never asked space of no one dont know whether it is free or not never tried to wrlto a piece for any paper but cau torment tho Post some which would glvo me soma rellof in the way of oHnto for its acts politically K tho Dally Dispatch comos much higher than the Post I cant take it will hava to tako the Post and yon must glvj Bpace vglnnally to tell him of a fnw thlnis I dont sea anv ono toiotdmr him a all 1 dont know whethor thoy aro afraid or t link him rignt I know Him Ni wa h ull right In regard to fiee s lver I urn in favor of holdlne all we h tv got and put our bIioi Mors to the wheil und push for mnr BUj uever yield an inch and b 1000 we tan walk iu Yours Respt John II Meador Never go away from home without a bottle of Dr Bells Change of climate change of apartments From its very nature advertising is a or exposure may bring on a cold which risk but one should not bo too much dis nothing but this famom remedy will couraged by this for all busiuets Is more cure or less a risk Â¬ Representatives of the greatest trusts in the United States including the Coal Trust the Sugar Trust the Rubber Trust tho Cigarette Trmt and tho wholesale grocers branch cf tho Sugar Trust hava now testified before the Lexow commit- Â¬ tee and have fully admitted all that The World has charged agaiiiBt them It has been proved on their own evidence 1 That n largo peicentage of the mills bought undor trust agreements are shut down and abandoned The President of the Cigarette Trust admitted that it had abandoned six out of fourteen mills it controlled The Sugar and other trusts made similar adiuiHtiou ii That the first object of the trntt being to iuereaso prices regardless of the condition of the market the first step Is to cut down supply by discharging men as woll iu by abandoning mills 3 That iu every ease whom n trust is fully orgnuzad ai in sugar ccal rubber and cigarettes monopoly of thu market with a const quuut Increase of pricep has been effected in defiance cf law 4 That iu the caso of sugar rubb r and cigiruttiB as sample trusts the stock has boi wutorod as a mattrr of form from 3 to r and oven higher oi every dollar of actual Investment Tlih Is shown on thu faco of evidence which mnks s It probable that the Hittoiing has sometimes run ns high as f2t for every dollar of luve tmeiit When the fpokosnuti of thu Coal Trut says that thu ol joct of monopoly combination l to get living retun s he means dividends on such enormous Inflation as this The object of anti trust laws is to prevent the accomplishment of such fraudulent purposes as thoso Illustrated Iu this evidence It Is evidence which squares the issue between law nnd fraud One or the the other mint go down Â¬ Â¬ KKATUEH Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck POULTKY Hens per lb Spring Chickens per doi Ducks per lb Qeese per dot POTATOE5 Q 40 25 10 41 SI 10 00 6 7 IS M St K 6 7 4 10 08 1015 1025 1038 1043 1100 1105 1103 1115 945 953 958 1059 II 07 1113 11 21 1129 114 12 llawcsville Ietrie Falcon IewUport Waitman 93 910 9 13 IP 912 8 8 47 40 i 19 9 02 1H8 755U0 100 25 08 1123 I131pml241 11pm 1210 1220 12 21 12 3J 12 18 1159m Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllle I Oweniboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley lowcra 1ates 865 40 31 8 25 88 8 04 7 58 7 51 7 36 811 10H 69H 4aH 318H 3 33H 3 3 3 3 16 2B It 65pm il38prr 05pm r Hendern lv Basrett 743 720am Irish per barrel Now La Pwoet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 5 cts higher Navy Deans per bushel HOOTS Ginseng Senlca Snake 7513 00 3 5U 00 76 310B 3C4H 250B L II St L Ry Fordsvllle Brant DEO 22 16 340 275 54 0 TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 6 Nol Pink EFFECT Yellow Wild Cllngor May Apple Blood b Lady Slipper 21 b 1 WestlloundTralni East Hound Tra STATIONS VA 2X Timothy per bushel FIEID SEEDS 4 go 3 00 go 1 10 85 55 1 25 2 50 b Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel nea inn pea bushel Orchard Jrasi per bushel Blue Grass fancy p r bushel Blue Gran extra per bushel Onion Eets Yellow per bushel White Green irooi Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins 140 Daily I DM ex Sun ex No 2 11 lOan-- Lv Irvlieton Ai 9 20at 1160 Ga field 810 12 05pir Horned 7 CO l 1312 Junction 7 40 12 Nl a U2 35 1258 Hardinsburg Junction Kirk 7 30 715 7 00 HIDES 8 10 10 WOOL 9 2 20 2 30 2 42 110 123 135 166 Jolly Glendcane Denpster r Falls Rough li Dempster norkvale Atklcs Oiks ArForilivilleL Mitchell 264 309 3 20 3 40pm ruth 6 37 6 27 660 630 620 600 I I S W I I I I I I I I U 40 21 616 608 450 441 435am I I I I I I Tub washed Orease fine Burry Black 15 Barry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghnm Molasses n 8 M QQ f 13 10 it u 41 THE su The First of Amarican News psrsCKABUfltJAJjiyi The American Constitution the American Idea the American Spirit These firs las and all the Wm 2 25 15 20 forever Dally by mall 6 a year Dally and Sunday by mail 8 a year The Sunday Sun j8 the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world Prto So a Mpy ly mM Atdrm THE HUN Mtyr 2a yr Yrk atv- AWhldcd Highest Honors Worlds Pair nro bf did big riVer is Over Those parlor cars tiro paying expenses Three nlco rooms to rent apply at this office tlm s THEl BRROKRNRIDGR NOTS OLOYBRPORT KY rulte Tutts Pills sick Mrs Wllllath Sahlie is Tobacco will begin to move sgnin L H 6 JftkHkJA A JViiBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSniSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBftkSSSSSS W TIME TABLE A f JbSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsWT Minors speech Friday tirklod the CREAM BAHNfi POWHEIt MOST A PERFECT MAHP pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 10 1897 WEDNESDAY MAWJH LOCAL BREVITIES Now wall paper at T F Sawyers Ladies bolts a now line Sulzis McKlnley is going to bring prosperity Childrens fancy hr nd bands Sulzers Sparkltsfrom the fountain o fashion at Sulzers Itobt T K Lewis of Holf was in tho city Saturday Good wall paper 2 cents single roll See Sawyer Need now oil cloth for tho floor our lino Sulzers Elegant line ol baby caps silk and plquo styles Suzers Corbett has promised his better half half of tho prize money Pretty styles new shade and colors in soft and stiff hats just in Sulzers Preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening Givo homo a touch of beauty by get- Â¬ ting a new carpet for tho il or Sulzers If you need a shirt ask to see the bargain lot they are big values Suzers Gut a pair of lace curtains see our display they are elegant ones Sulzers For Sale Two milch cows with young calvep one a Jersey J E Keith Son Till Pauley went to Louisville Sunday to visit her sister Mis Louis Adams Walking lints sailors and a beautiful line of trimmed hats at cost Mrs II V Duncan Lino the homo nest with pretty pictures we frame pictures very cheap Sulzers Now stylo belts Princess of Wales Zmith Corduroy ltob Koy and other styles Suzts Kibbons ribbons fancy or plain go Â¬ ing at cost for the next SO days at Mrs II V Duncans Tho Corbett Fltzjimmons fight Is It growing more exciting every day Mrs comes off March 17 Dont wait till tho last moment for your spring house cleaning outfits get them now Sulzers In response to numerous requests we publish in another column the Lenten rules and regulations Your dining room needs now mat- Â¬ ting why not get a new pattern from our new line just in Sulz rs P S Brashear of Owensboro was a passenger on Sundays East bound train He returned that for Stephensport night Tho Young Ladies Parsonage and Home Mission Society will meet with Misses MHggie and Bettie Bowmer this afternoon at 220 oclock Next Saturday morning at 8 oclock the children of St Itose Sunday school will meet at the church to make prepar- Â¬ ations for Easter Confession and Com- Â¬ munion Miss Annlo May and Mr Jas B Fish- Â¬ er are working on an entertainment that promises to be the btst the Presbyter- Â¬ ian church has had for a long time Watch for the date If the weather permits Mesne Grant and Gregory will give a Stereopticon en tertainment in Tobinsport soiiool house Friday night this week for the benefit of the Cloverport Presbyterian church Key M M Carroll will hold services at thehouse of Mrs Friel in Victoria next Tuesday morning March 10 at 830 oclock Tnis will bo an excellent chanco to comply with tho Easter duty All should take advantage of it and be on hand promptly at tho appointed hour Miss Mayma Calloway who lias been in tho millinery business for quite awhile here has closed her interest out to her sister Miss Jennie Sho left Monday for Louisville thence to Russell vllle Ala where she will take chargo of tho trimming department fcr a large concern in that city Door keeper Q K Groves of the House of Itepresentatives at Indlanap oils arrived here yesterday onrouto to his homo at Tobinsport Ind Mr Groves showed a Nkws representative an ex Â¬ ceedingly handsomo and beautiful gold Veaded caue mounted on black ebony wood V was presented to him by the assistant doorkeeper of the House The river rose here yesterday some three or four inches In March 1600 it came over the Clover Creek bridge the second time and a number of river men predict tho same thing will occur again It was raining in torrents last night and lias boon raining constantly for the past two days This will In all probability start the river with a mad rush again Five tramps secured a box car yester Â¬ day for shelter Among them was one who could whittle moat anything out of to make easles The wood and beg others by some meaas got a bottle of Kilt and a bottle of paint Whllo one would out out the others would give them the fiubbisg tewthee They cty wWi tkesa yetter aaott foedfd t Â¬ Fallior Carrol went to I oulsvlllo Thursday Mlsi Annlo llartlen went to Louisville Thursday Garden eceds all kinds at Martins pharmacy Merchants aro now receiving their spring goods EugenoGullland of Holt spent Sun Â¬ day In tho city All of the livery rigs wero out for liar dlnsburg Monday William Beard Hardinsburg waa in tho city Thursday For pure whlto lead paints oil Ac go to Martins pharmacy Everybody seemed anxious to go to Hardinsburg Monday Judge and Mrs W D Holt returned from California last week Best rootling paint in town warranted at C O Martins drug store Mrs G T Payne of Lodlburg Is visit- Â¬ ing her sister Mrs Gus Gibson When you want puro drug medicines and chemicals call on C O Martin The Lndics Cooking Club meets atMrs Chas B Sklllmaus Thursday night Miss Llllle Scott of Hardinsburg is in tho city with friends and relatives J E McCluro publisher of the liar dlusburg Leader was in the city Thurs- Â¬ day Mart Dyer who lived near herp has moved to Dick Masons farm below Hawesville Mrs E II Briedenbach of O ffensboro was up last week visiting her aunt Mrs Chas May Miss Lida Haynes came in from Pates viile Sunday ovening enroute to her homo at Brandenburg Alex Hambleton of Cannolton lad came up to spend Saturday with his uncle Dudley Hambleton Manager Heron of tho Breckenridge Company limited says we had n six inch rain fall Monday Forrest Gordon and sister Agnes of Patesville wero the guests of Mr and Mrs Geo Short Sunday Malcolm Bullitt of Louisville was a passenger on tho west bound train yes- Â¬ terday enrouto to Hawesville Mrs Charles Mook of Louisville spent two days of last week very pleasantly visiting Mr and Mrs Chas May Ellsha Ashcratt candidate for State Senator from Meade county has been here for several days gutting acquainted Mrs Marlon Hambleton went to Hen- Â¬ derson Saturday morning to be the gui st of Mr and Mrs J D Hambleton Ira Dellaven came up from Owensboro Sunday evening where he had been visiting his brother Orfiio De Haven Samuel Beavin of Jollys Station who had not been here for nearly a year was in the city last week just as talkative as ever G P Napper went to Stephensport yeeterdpy evening to seo his brother Dr It J Napper who la very low with con- Â¬ sumption Mr nnd Mrs Will Mattingly and little daughter Agnctto Miss Clara Lowis of Hardinsburg are visiting Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis Muster Taylor Babbago and Allie De Jernette of Hardinsburg came down Thursday to see the big river They re- Â¬ turned Friday Shoriff Silas Pate returned from Wash- Â¬ ington Sunday looking bright as a new coined gold dollar He reports a most excellent trip John Muldoon Dan Gillian Jack Mc- Â¬ Coy and Hiram Gabbert nil former miners at Victoria have returned and secured positions J D Beeler and J W Guthrie came Mr down from Hardinsburg Sunday Guthrie had not been here for some Â¬ time and noted some changes in the city Mrs Wigglnton after several months stay with her daughter Mrs W B Itutledge left Monday accompanied by Key Itutledge for her home at Mt Washington Manager Heron of tho Breckenridge Company limited has not shipped his barge loud of coal He hopes to get it off this week He says the high water will not do it any damage Â¬ Â¬ boye Hon W E Minor carried off the ban Ftr 161X0 WIST ssssssssssssssssssssssiiisssHisssssssss bally afr MardlnihargtliJi ptn m soma Iftinenger Dully rr Ilardlmbiirg hit TiSO ner here Win Ashby went to Hardinsburg yesterday Tho high water did very little damage in this city C P Vitltoe of Irvington was in thr city Monday Tho bridge crow aro working on Clover creek trestle D II Severs was in tho city Sunday enroute to Hardlntbarg Geo C Patton alter a weeks illness went to Louisville Monday Offices that have been overflowed by water aro now being cleaned up Those who constantly use the columns of the Nkws nap a good harvest Geo 11 Baker went to Hardinsburg last week his homo to visit parents For Sale Extra clean country clover seed by Addison Dick Addison Ky Edward English went to Franklin Teiin Friday to visit his sister Mn LaNeuve Dr HARDINSBURG County Court ni xt Monday Frank Haswell was at homo one day lflBt week Cure All Liver Ills Prevention better than cure Tutts Liver Pills will not only cure but if taken in time will prevent dyspepsia biliousness malaria constipation jaundice torpid liver and kindred diseases WisssssssssssssssssssssssssssBbssssssssssbssss mitmMikMtSALwZkWTnLBmLWlWT nXuiBSSBsssssfl3lBisssssBsssissssssssssssKBi 4HiissssssssssssssssssH SO HisssssssssssssssssssBBWEPIlHi All Hoads Lead to Washington JUST NOW Burrel Beard returned to Eddyvllh laft Friday Tho E Pilo storo houpo at Harned will bo sold March 17 Sick Headache P Schlummer of Cannelton Ind and is ill Jones of Hawesville were hero Fred Daniel of Arkansas was here Thursday Saturday to visit his mother Mrs V Breckenridge Co Limited are The Daniel employing an average of sixty men at Canny Dellaven purchased a vacant Victoria James A King and John Carter left town lot from J it Johnson lost week at 7f 00 Monday for Louisville to enlist in the Mr Barms has tho material on hand regular army They were sent to Ft to givo the brick hotel a fresh coat of Sherridan III Win Mattinglywho has been employ- Â¬ paint ed at Corn wells quarry below the city Mr Pickard who has rooms at tho as timekeeper returned to Concordia Lsnuln Hotel has been quite 111 for the his home Saturday past week At 10 oclock yesterday morning the Ho vs Kelly and Breeding began a river had fallen two feet the last twenty protracted meeting out at West View four hours at Louisville but was still last Sunday rising at Cincinnati Ohio The third quarterly meeting of the W Scott Morrison of Owensboro will M E church will be held at Sample was Hev Mr Dngln of Millwood arrivo in the city Thursday to take March 20 and 21 depositions in the case of Vest A Smart hero Saturday ou business He reports Sol Jolly colored got a 10 00 fine in a successful meeting at Shady Grove not against M Jarboo and others Mrs H U Hudson and daughter Vir- Â¬ the City Court for being drunk and dis tar from Falls of Hough ginia with her sister Miss Nellio Greg- Â¬ turbing the peace Deans tobacco watohouse is about full Miss Hattle May writes back that of tobacco ory left Thursday for Mobile Ala to Tho receipts last week were she arrived Bafely in Montanna and heavy Mr Dean lias purchased some visit Mr It N Hudsons relatives very fine tobacco this year Geo 11 Baker operator at the depot hopes to be improved by the trip has received a new typewriter Geo Both our merchants have lately reMinor Compton of Garfield says tho intends to take down messages with it Asphalt mines near that place will be ceived now goods Their shelves are full and is already getting to be quite an worked on a larger scale thia year than and counters stacked with a frtth bright looking stock expert Business is good usual Hev J B Hayues preached here Sun To be successful in business you must fixed tho Superintendent Driskel has tell the public something about the joint Teachers Association for Brecken- Â¬ day morning and night I understand values you have stored away on your ridge Meade and Hardin counties at the Presbyterians will make an tlljrt to hiye monthly preaching hereafter ahelvts No better way to do this than Big Spring April 17 Willie Hoberlson reports the sheep to advertise in the Nkws Itev W B Sneeds family are expect- Â¬ crop good this year Oim ewe of his reHenry DeBus the Cincinnati Cooper ed to move here from Louisville next cently gave birth to ago Companys tow boat arrived here threo lambs all of will occupy the house which are living and growing finely Sunday evening and took the barge load- week They property NThe newest inhabitant of Glendeano ed with staves out of the creek Quite a opposite theii There will be an executive committee is iJavid u Moorman Jr This little crowd was out to see her Fon Salb 10000 Schaffers Colossal appointod to arrange a program for the fellow arrived at the home of his parents County Sunday School Convention Mr and Mrs D C Moorman on the 5th 1 per 100 or fSper raspberry plants The Utopians will give but one more 10000 It is one of the largest most pro- Â¬ which meets at Bewleyville this year lific and finest flavored berries ever It is hoped that the meeting this year literary exorcise for the year In this will be an improvement ou any yet hold they will bo assisted by Dr Diinpster grown L D Addison Addison Ky If Iti vs Kelly nnd Breeding fail to and Miss Nannie Owen Announcement Justus Sippel of Itomo Ind and a nephew of Conrad Sippol of this city get up a big revival out at West View will be made next weok so that all may came down yesterday to visit him Mr this week it will not be their fault They come out Two hearts that did beat as ono were Sippel wilt bo married next Thursday to are good earnest workers along this line Wtst View should remember this and made ono on Saturday night when Mr Mits Minnie Shwartz of that place Hon Jonas Wilson who was mention- get down to tilings spiritual for one Phonso Willoughby and Mies Joanna ed as demanding the stubs from It T week S K Breeding had a good con- Â¬ Lacefield were pronounced man and Polk in last weeks issue mjs he did not gregation lost Sunday night and his wife Tho happy couple live near Mr have anything to do with it and that the sermon was one of great spiritual power Chas Hobertsons Col Kli Deans numerous admiring News was wrongly informed in regard to The Sunday School at tho M E church the matter decided increase in friends are very enthusiastic over mak Soutli has had a Ills delicate membership in tho last few weeks ing him our nextCoroner Hows This quite interesting now modesty served him very creditable Sat- Â¬ Tlie lessons are We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward and both scholars and teachers are mak Â¬ urday while ho was getting the full vote for any case of Catarrh that can not be ing it a point to be regular in attendance of the convention cured by Halls Catarrh Cure The Precinct Convention Saturday There are three little boys who rido in F J CHENEY A CO Props Toledo O two ot three miles from the country was well attended and encouragingly Wo the undersigned have known F J each Sunday morning and they are harmonious Some of us were disap Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ never a moment late This Information pointed In not getting tho instructions lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- might be ued profitably by some of the for our favorites but no dissatisfaction exists Glendeano will give more than iness transactions and financially able to town folks tho usual Democratic voto next Novemcarry out any obligations made by their firm Sarsaparllla is known to bo an ber Hoods West A Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole honest medicine and it actually cures S Walding Kinnan A Marvin when all others fall Take it now do 0 Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ GUSTON ly acting drectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price CaudidaUs Bpoko hero Friday 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists G N Lyddan was in town Thursday Testimonials free Miss Clara Loeb is visiting her sister Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-laÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J A Witt and two daughters went to Cloverport last Sunday Miss Lula DeJernett came In to enter tho U N College Monday Itobert Smith has been qulto ill several days with pneumonia B F Beard A Co are busy this week opening up their spring stock of goods Georgo Baker Cloverport was here lost Saturday visiting his fathers family Mis Frederick of Louisville is here attending her Bister Mrs Pickard who TUTTS Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY But The Bargain Road to CUnE 6LENDEANE Llpplncot axesiiuly 10c at Browns Your correspondent visited his old home Sunday Seven pounds of Arbuckles coffee for 1 at Browns Mr Stevens section boss at Falls of Hough was hero Saturday Dr Dempster and wife goto Louisville to morrow for a weeks stay Mrs Bob Crider came up from Fords ville Saturday Sho will remain here soveral months Wonder if auybody forgets that hap year with leap years privillges onded more than two months ago P D Milnerwho recently moved from here to his old homo near Hudson was back last week on business Mr and Mrs Joe Howard of Hock Vale entertained a few couples of their young friends Saturday night Ni8S Katie Butler went to her homo In the country Saturday to entertain two visitors the Misses Bradshaw of Short Creek SULZERS Is kept trodden slick Every day new Novelties for Spring time me arriving New Carpets Straw Matting Dainty Lace Curtains Pretty Rugs Picture Mouldings Curtain Draperies Just a little now and then soon your room will look bright and cheerful in its new Spring Time Garb Come and sec the new stock come to day - - Wtj to --- - uHSKMlMWttl dMkrBWXIa 5AvrjrwBr tr JtiZVJ WiA- MsJS7ter2WWi3Jmm v VJjT f 5 - kfa l2fVrl- wui ir n- m 7 rviiii rn - - AmbssssssssssssssssssssssV t rilsKsIK KTWVn vV To The Public Hew Harness 2Tew Buggies ITew Horses Is what youll get when you order a rig from us Prompt services and rates reasonable HEYSEE STADEH CLOVERPORT KY H kri ffffiBll3ggEBS A Good FINE Sort of Grocery Store la tho kind that you can place confidence in feel like you aro bohiK well treated nnd net puri good poods every timo you trade This is tho way we want you to feci about Farmers Shoes Retailed at Wholesale Prices I am in the market for dark good bodied old ground piior tobacco If you have any bring me a sample C V Duncan Cloverport Ky Mrs S Loeb Dave Duncan editor of the Metseiiger was here Friday Miss Eula Davis and her brother were THIS STORE GREGORY GTBSON And well merit your good opinion of us every timo If you should try anything from us that is not just riht spoak right out and say bo and well make it right OLOVKItrOUT KY Ilillcnl oH 5 CALLED Mclllnlrjr littici rriiclmimlloii llli rlrl fey March 8 President Wawiinutov McKinlev Saturday afternoon Usned a Mr O W Moorman received a letter piocluiuniloi convoking congress lu ex The written from New Orleans last Monday it a bua inii Mouday March 16 from his son Charles who is making a jroclumation In full in as follows tour of the south in the interest of his Uj tli- - I1 8 id lit of the UnheJ State ot Aiiulci A P iolinnatlon uncles house Mr 0 P Moormau of uullc ItitoreaU require that WHKliEvs Louisville the chub vn of lie United Statei ihould IS W G Smart went to Louisville Sun Â¬ be o mvuneil In extra ea Ion at 18j7ooosk to ou the illteinb lny of March day and rode all tiie way in one of those elve met qiimuiilcntlon at may rt b They are male by tin vxetutlvei Parlor cars Mr Smart said No iheref m t William McKlnley just simply out of sight and roaktsone United Strtoof Aroenei feel as though he had just taken his seat nreililentof ra Bd decisis that an il lurebjr ir3- on cmlou requlrei the son In the White House utioonln try tu ritatu Peyton Briatow a farmer residing near greil of tin Uultcil Capitol toIn eouvono ot the city icislou at the III for quite ixtru Pellviile and who had been Vahluutoit 3 the nlieentu Qiy et awhile died Saturday of dropsy He March 1697 n t oclock if o i of which He was a kit pertom who thiill ni thai lime bo tu was in his sxtieth yoar act it moinbori tlieno uro here prominent citizen ot that fcctlon and titled to by renutisl lo tuke notlco office of Magistrate in that had held the Given muler my hum aiitl the teat of district for some time He was buried the Untied ilnttM at YVushlrg ou ou th tlxtb day at Mu ol lu the year of Our Sunday Lord one thoinaod eight huud ed out To appreciate the value of the Nkws nluety icvon unit of tho lnde e iJence of Unlled glutei tho one hundred and more you should read our correspond Â¬ the William McKinlev iweuiy flrit in their ents They are all lly th President- JuiiXtiiiKioiAN Secretary of Stute profession and might be the means of you obtaining some Important news Ilanna It Now Sunator Youll find in their columuc nothing but Wasiiisoton Morch 0 The senate waa in aewloii only about two hoars real genuine occurences yesterday and the greater part of the city was pretty livoly Saturday The time was spent in executive session in the occasion being the day sot for ronven couflrmlug Mr McKialeys executive While in legislative ie tions to be hold in the three different appointments or Mr Hannaai wards to nominate candidates and elect lion the credeutlaU succeed Mr Sher aenator from Ohio to to meet at Hardlnaburp Mori man were presented bvMr toraVer delegates day The respective places for holding and he wui iworn in by Vice Prwldenj aum doiiguated the convention were all crowded and all Hobart Mr DavU waa committee on acting chairman of the present seemed to take great interest foreign relation to luoceed Mr Sher It w8 bne of the most harmonious meet man Beyond the usaal notification to tbe prwldMU nothing furtks wai kms Isf Yr held In the eily - here Thursday Miss Maud Adkisson attended the Bay View celebration at Iivington Thursday George Smih and Mifs Helen Pollock visited at Vine Grove Saturday and Sun day Ersklne Munford and Mies Eva Hern don wero visitors at the Endeavor Wed Â¬ nesday night H W Cain left Friday Feb 20th for 0 to visit his daughters Mrs Sumter Parrottand Mrs Flowers Ho will be gone several months Hugh Hardaway ZT Stllb Overton Blandford and Hoy Cain gave a fine rendering of a most beautiful quartette at the Consecration meeting Sunday night The Topic Party was a chattering success However tho social committee itrdly diligent enough an enve was dropper heard a certain topic changed to love He remarked that the young ladys face was coming and going The annual election of officers took place at the Christian Endeavor Wed nesday night The result was as follows President Mlsi Carrlgan Yice Presi Â¬ dent Mrs G H Anderson 8ecrttary Hugh Hardaway Treasury Miss Adkis Â¬ son Â¬ 1 To Reduce Stock We Offer All Our Fine Shoes at Wholesale Prices Now Is the Chance to Get Fine Shoes at the Price of a Cheap Pair GENTS 1 Nursery 12000 E 5 4 2 and at One Third Value 3 LADIES 50 Shoes Their 3 and 4 year old Ben Davis 4 3 3 50 2 and One 150 Shpes at Third 200 per 100 g 4000 No 1 Peach trees at 500 S per 100 No order accepted for less 52 than 100 trees Address Apple trees at Their Value CHILDRENS Shoes of All Prices at One Third Their Value B JeE HIGHLAND 3 2 3 3 NURSERY 3 olovbrport kyES the Law Office of Stock tfuuiuuimuimiuuiiuuuuuuiiuiuiK J C BUSH D D Office on 6ih St Cannelton Ind A Great Sale of Footwear The Price on Every Pair Reduced- S At V G BABBAGE That Catarrh Is a Looal AfTsctlM of the nasal passages is a fact established by physician and this authority should carry more weight than assertions of in competent parties that catarrh is a blood affection Elys Cream Balm Is a local remedy composed of harmless tuedicants and free of mercury orany Injurious drug It will cure catarrh Applied directly to the inHsmed membrane It restores it to Ua kalty eosditioa Â¬ DentUtry In all Its Branchw p aotlctil and IN HARDINSuUIur alt opertloni ptrforuMil In tho inoit ikllful manner at prloei to iult the timo Crown and UrUt Work a ineolaltj Teoth A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ attracted FoiUlvtlj Without ialn You Can Get W E BROWN Leasing Shoe TTJTTTKram D Moat Complete Dental Haomn FOR SALS loo Luit black out II AS IHJGAN In SoulherH Indlnna ami a lot of Ky ahr a Two inuc or write u i EeeeeaaafrraMfrfrsresff iiT Trr iny Ail uiuiiui lrffeii j II N Miller ot HmdlnsVurg here Friday d SsUrdiy we ten Instrument drawn Itent buy or sell a niece of laml Colleetioaa made and remit tanees prompt Copying done ou the Call- graph the best type writer la the world - Saw BfURer is a ttte stk r t - si Si 1T 6 Breckenridge Ins D V THE BRROKE1NRIDGH NEWS OLOYRRFOHT KY News rlitri 10 1897 0 BifcUge Editors aid Prop WEDNESDAY MAHOH MATTINGLY Anotltcr case of measles in town Mrs Jula Wood la quito 111 at this writing Clins Fox ot near Home Ind was vis- Â¬ iting relatives near hero last week Isaac Wlillohouso Is very low with something similar to heart disease his recovery is doubtful Tad Bates attended the Pato Haw Â¬ kins nuptials Thursday ho reports a nice affair has gono to Leaven worth Ind his former home for a few weeks stay Owing to ill health and the Inclemency of tho weather H F Frank did not attend the inauguration S 0 Frank A Co built what they called a Joo dinkey boat laet week After completing the vessel they loaded her on a wagon and left town ufler haul Â¬ ing it half way to Ciovorport before llnd Ing navignblo water they relumed feel ing thankful they did not build two A beautiful wedding occurred near here last Thursday March 4 at the home of the bride Tho contracting parties were Mr Mason Hawkins and Mitts Lulu Tho bride Is the accomplished Fate daughter of Mr Louis Pate residing nearthe Tar Springs while the groom is a son of Mr Itiley Hawkins living near May pence- and happiness this placo ever be theirs Mr B J Mattingly and wife better known here as uncle Benedict and aunt Eliza are the parents of eight children living grand parents of eighty two and great grand parenta of eighteen numbering in all 108 children Mr Mat- Â¬ tingly is eighty two years old while his wife is eighty one Mr Mattingly has a splendid recollection and can tell many marvelous reminiscences He tells one regarding their birth and marriage he says lie and his wife wero both born in tho tamo bouse and were afterwards married in that house Conrad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - John WEBSTER Business iigood The egg trado is excellent Uncle Cage Bobbins is quito sick Mrs John Akers is greatly improved Frank Beavin was hero last Saturday Tho convention had a few surprises in store Born to the wife of N B Itobertson March a girl zBorn to the wife of Henry Dugan has rented or bought tho Mercerrco All arrangements have been made to property but I did not learn his name bring out the long looked for Louisville though some eay it is Dr Lynch of dispatch a free silver organ on Saturday Short Creek others that it is a Dr April ird Washer Mrs Sam Morgan has moved into the Tarn OShanters worth 75 cent now liotiso with her motherand Mis Stevens 50 cents Mrs II V Duncan two daughters and sou from Nashville Tenn moved into tho houso vacated by Sam Morgan at the mouth of Rock Lick last week Mrs Stevens is a widow and March 0 n girl her son is section foreman on tho Falls Ium Coleman of Hardin county was of Rough branch road week hero last Rain rain and mud then rain and Tito convention hero last Saturday mud again really the roads are terrible drew a largo crowd Rough River and tributary creeks aio Mrs Davis Young is visiting herdaugh booming with all tho low lands 11 loded ter Mrs Henry Dugan which I think may prove a great bless Â¬ Now let a great many would be states Â¬ ing as the Hoods will wash away a great men return to tho plow Mr Frank B Martin who Is engaged deal of tilth the accumulation of saw Â¬ In th jewelry business at 926 Job It dries is in Louisville this week sylvania Avenue Washington Penn dust etc from tho mills and good City health may smile upon us again buying his spring stock wlicro lie Is well and favorably known was a victim of that worst form of ill Mrs Thos Compton visited Mrs Win He cabc contagious blood poison WOLF CREEK Shaw several days last week realized that his life was about to be blasted for this terrible disease has Now Mr McKinley give us that prom Robert Tobin baa gono to Oklahoma baffled the skill of the physicians for ised prosperity if you please Tom Tobin returned from Ekron last ages and they have never yet been Asia Hardin Populist candidate for able to effect a cure His mental Tuesday despair can better be imagined than County Clerk wa3 here Saturday N B Tobin went to Louisville last described Miss Emma Kurtz lias a very interest Â¬ Thursday In n recent letter he says About ing private school at her mothers Rob binith of Cedar Flat wra here four years ago I contracted a severe case of contagious blood poison and Wednesday Several went from here to HaJdins it was not long before I was in a terriMiss Katio Mattingly went to Brandburg Monday to attend tho convention ble condition I immediately placed myself under treatment of two of the enburg Wednesday Â¬ Mrs Helen Compton of Pellville vis In Washington city best Little Roso Owings is visiting her ited Mrs Crawford Beauchamp last week Theirphysicians which I took faith- Â¬ treatment grand mother at Woodland Tho recent conventions verifj tho old fully for six mouths cost me just three Wado Shacklette of Ekron visited adage that politics makes strange bed hundred dollars and left me worse than My condition can Tom Tobin a few days last week when I began It fellows Miss Annie Riloy and her sister Mat TMred Triplett is smiling over tho ad tie are visiting their aunt in Iudianu vent of a little girl baby at his home Mrs J S Owings baby is scarcely bet March 7 ter There ia much uneaseness about tho little one tUw1 GARFIELD it irlirtgf1 Mra Ike Owings and hjr daughters Iila and Huston have returned to their More rain moro mud homo at Ekron Farmers aro wishing for sunshine MIes Rebecca Owings is at homo from Tho health of the community is good Preston and expresses herself much Mrs Helen Bider is visiting in Garfield pleased with the Raymond people this week Mr Jesse Smith will enter tho Brand Miss Uuu Brown of Ekron is visitiug enburg Normal in a few weoks Ho wilt Mrs Philip Webb be greatly missed by all as ho is a gen Billio Driskell of Wst View visited eral favorite our town last week Tho beautiful Ohio continues to widen I Miss Anuio Johnson of Bewleyville and our little village is almost au ts visiting friends here island nearly surrounded by water All Mis Mary Leg rani who has been ill tho going and coming is by skiffs and so long is convalescent jolly boats Frank B Martin Horn to tho wlfo of Hawkins Smith a best be appreciated when I state The jolliest crowd wo have over met that ten pound boy March I my throat and mouth were full of sores were hore last Thursday Bhaklng hands What caused the candy pulling to fall and my tongue was almost eaten away and complimenting ovorybody How- Â¬ I had not taken solid food for three through tho other night months My entire body was covered ards Hall was crowded all anxious to When aro wo going to have tho sing with red blotches my hands and feet hear their favorite candidate The la were sore and my hair was falling diep who aro very much concerned in ing school so long spoken of out rapidly I was in a truly pitiable political affdirp were all present hoping Born to tho wlfo of James Nichols Feb condition I felt that I was incurable and to do something by their presence God a twelve and a half pound boy was in great despair when a friend bless them all wo hope the right onus Stephen Johnson of this place was recommended S S S stating that it will get in the right place conveyed to tho poor house last week would certainly cure me I began its Our hustling Editor 1 M Duucan use and when I had finished the fourth James Webb and Tabor Bros have tho bottle I began to improve and by the visited here Thursday Mr Duncan is contract for building James McCoy a nico time I had finished eighteen bottles I was thoroughly rid of the disease of delighting the readers of the Messenger residence course I was not sure that I was cured with a good paper and wo realizo tho Bev J A Bczarth is conducting a but am now convinced as no sign value of a good county sheet Succors meeting at Gross school house with of the disease has ever returned for to the Messenger and Its Editor four years S S S is tho best blood great succcis Candidates rough and tough remedy in the world and my cure was Kov II 0 Truman of Fordsville due solely and alone to It My my I candidates enough Contagious blood poison Is the most came up on tho east bound train Wed Â¬ horrible of all diseases and has been nesday to visit old friends Did You Ever appropriately called the curse of man Â¬ why J II Mordock prtfers kind Wonder It has always bafilcd the doc- Â¬ Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your Garfield above all other places for tho tors and until the discovery of S 8 S If not get a bottle now and troubles was incurable Who can tell past week fifty years 8 S 8 has been cur get relief Tills medicino lias boeu found For Mrs Mollio Basham of G us ton was Ing this terrible disease even after all to be peculiarly adapted to thorelie and called to tho bed sldo of her grand father other treatment failed It is guaran cure of all female complaint exerting teed purely vegetable and one thou a wonderful direct inlluoncd In giving Steven McCoy last Thursday sand dollars reward Is offered for proof to the contrary 8 S 8 never falls strengtli and tono to tho organs If you to cure contagious blood poison or have Lots of Appetite Constipation FORDSVILLE any other disease of the blood Ii Headache Fainting Spells or aro Ner Â¬ you have a blood disease take a remDr Flomlster went to Ruth Wednes edy which will not Injure you Bo vous Sleepless Excitable Melanchoiy day ware of mercury dont do vlolenct or troubled with Dizzy Spoils Klottdc Bitters la the medicine you need Health E E Qulsenberry went to Loulavlllo to your system Our books on blood and skin dis and strength are guaranteed by its use Sunday any ad eases will be mailed free to Mrs ConniT w nt to Owensboro dress Bwlft Specific Co Atlanta Ga Fifty cento and 100 at A It Fishers Drug Store Thursday Mr W 11 Chamblios is able o bo out agalu Dr Dempster of Glendeauc was hero evening last week Wednesday Bill Brz trlh inoed into our vlllago Tho Church excuses from he obliga Â¬ Mr B L Field of Madlsonvllle wan tion of farting but not of abstinence from last week here Tuesday Mrs Lucy Allium hai been real ill but llish meat except in special cases of School opened last Monday measea is getting better slckneta tho infirm those who aro at Â¬ have disappeared Mr Leslie Brack finds great attraction taining their growth those whose duties Mr Harry Ellington returned from are of an exhausting or laborious charac- Â¬ at Mr Ben Storms Owensboro Sunday Miss Mag Fentriss is visiting relatives ter women in pregnancy or nursing in Mr and Mrs Worth Smith returned to in Giayson county fants and those who aro enfeebled by Leltchfleld Saturday Captain Low of Louisville is still tho old age Tho following dispensations are grant Â¬ Mr and Mrs llonunio Brooks spent guest of his daughter Tom Butler of Shrove is having soiro ed for this dloceso by the authority of Sunday in AVhltesvlllo tho Holy See Mrs Bob Crlder and little Allen went nico now stables built 1 is Mies Mary Paul of Bowleyvillo The tiie of flesh mi at as also of to Glondeano Saturday egg and white meats la poimitted at teaching a spring school hero Miss Minnio Burns left for tho Falls of Ed Thomas and Willie Davison have every meal on tho Sundaja of Lent and Ibugli Tuesday morning gono to Kvansvillo witji log mon at tho principal meal on Mondays Tuts Tho boys had quito a game of foot ball Little Miss Marguerlto Peyton cele dayp Thursday and Saturday with the on tho commons Sunday brated tier third birthday last week exception nf Satunny in Ember week Mrs John Hughes anticipates vsting ami Holy Saturday Several peopto from hero attended her daughter Miss Maud of Louisville 2 court at Hartford this week Custom also alio a iib of ffte butter milk etc at the evening colla- Â¬ Miss Ola Gaines who has been visiting soon Faster II iwors are blooming bright and tion and also at the prlnelpil meal on at ltoslne hai returned home 11 hIi meat Prof Neel intends having an entei benutiul though tho weather la dark the tlflJB on which the u o of and dreary is forbidden talumeiit at the closj of school i Brother CundiiT Is holding a big pro The quality of food alloAt d at a J B Wilson of Beaver Dam County tiacted meeting at Stupheusport with o illation in this diocese is bread fruit Surveyor arrived here Sunday his usual grand success I hear salads vegetables and cold flili Mrs May of Harned pasted through Misses Mary and Annie Bradshaw of 4 A small pit cd of bread with n cup here en route to Olaton Saturday Short Creek were tho guests of the of coflee tea or choc late can be taken The Misses Ashcraft of Irvlngton MIssesSioro last Monday evening in the morning are the guests of Mrs J JTilford Theio wasj a large crtwd at tho 5 Where it is not convenient to take Ernest Itob Â¬ the principal meal at noon it is lawful Mr Will Neel of OwenBboro made Matthews salo last week ertson bought 800 bushels of corn at the to invert the order and take collation in his regular trip to Fordsville Sunday the morning and dinner in the evening Bro Jaa Wagau filled his regular ap sale for 180 Mr Cas Rhodes a farmer living near 0 Drippings at el lard may be used in pointment here Saturday and Sunday Glendeatie purchased ho cider and con- tho preparation of tho kin a of food Mrs W II Miller of Beynoldf was fectionary store of that place from Julian which are permitted in town visiting her parents tliia week Brown last week 7 On Sunday there is neither fasting Fred Montague and George Milne of There lias been plenty of water for nor abstinence but fish cannot be used Owensboro are guests at the Johnson everybody to get their rafta over the with llesh meatat the same meal or any House this week Falls but I hear that a great many sold Sunday during Lent Mr Hardest 8 Those who are exempt from the reprHnting W II their logs to Col Green Son passed of Louisville Co Newman Mr C W Butler of Shreve Ohio precept of fasting can partake of llSh through town Thursday county planted his Irish potatoes in meat at every nieal during tho day when Mr Hiues has opened a gen ral mer- Â¬ February He plants them in straw and by special indiilt flesh imat is permitted chandise store in the building formerly always has new potatota earlier than any at the principal meal The time for fulfilling tho En rter pre occupied by Hocker Tabor one else A petition was circulated hero Satur- Â¬ Letters from Chicago speak of a aevero cept of Communion in the diocese ex day and signed l y 73 Democrats urging cold and a blizzard of snow in the Windy tends from the first Sunday In Lent to Mr Garl Black to make tho taco for City last week with business the very Trinity Sunday inclusive By virtue of tho Iudult granted to us Representative dullest though tho anticipation is that Messrs 0 Smith M L Jones E E Spring will bring brighter prospects and by tho Holy See March 15 1895 We permit to all woiklngmen and their fam Â¬ Qulsenberry J I Harder P C Cooper business will have moro vim and J D Cooper attended the funeral of Madam Rumor says a practicing phy Â¬ ilies the use of fUsli meat once a day on Mr Sam Taylor at Whitesville Thursday sician will move hero very soon that lie all fast daj Band abstinence days through- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Tllford attended court at Hartford this week Mr 0 J Gore of Louisville was hero Wednesday Mr Chlsm of Owcnsboro wai In town FALLS OF ROUGH Regulations for Lent All tho week days of Iriit from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday are fast das ot precept on one meal with the allowance of a mod irate dilation in tho siisarcoated pilkwlilcli tear Jon all to plere are not In It with Hoods Kasy to take When you tako Hoods Ml No Qrip Tho big HOME FIRST The World Afterwards spent in your liomc storb development of the home industries It helps tiic growth of the town by helping the growth of the in dividual for we nre all more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We arc keeping careful track of your wants and constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont All manner of fail to give me a call produce taken in exchange for goods Kvey y dollar aelels to the kg yj Ly a ami easy to oircrato Is truo of Hoods rills which aro up to dato In every respect Rafn pnrtnln nml sure Alt I Hood fa O Twoll Mass dntualiti wsc Tho only rills to tako with Hoods Bnrsaparllla tj i 9 EKRON day JT Jonea went to Louisville Mon Â¬ CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills Ky J P Shacklett went to Brandenburg Friday Mac H Richardson went to Louisville Tuesday Bee Guedry went to Paynisvllli Thursday Mrs J V Thomas left Friday nigh for Klkton Ky Mr Hob Crajc oft ol Gutoi was in town Thursday Mr and Mtb Jim Woolfork went lo LourvIIIo Monday Mrs 1 S Henry returned home to West Point Tims lay Mr Tom Roberts and his brother Dan went to Louisville Wedmslay Es le Bruner of Garfield visited her y mother Saturday and Sunday J S Boltenwiser a cigar drummer of Owensboro was in town Friday Nellio and Nettie Carrico went to W B Point Saturday to visit Mrs D S Henry-Mr iln Z T COX semed to Agent - - Ekron Ky DR MENDENHALL3 a IMPROVED1 m IM10IIS nin9 DAJiiAn mi ruisuii out tho year with tho exception of Fri Â¬ days Ash Weduetday the Wednesday and Saturday of Holy Week and the Evo of Christinas Those who aro exempt from the obligation of ffstiiig are free to take meat more than once on the days mentioned Those who avail themselves of this Iudult are not allowed to uso 11 sh meat and fish at the anno meal and they aro earnestly exhorted to perform some other act of mortification such aa abÂ¬ stinence from intoxicating liquors By order of the Rght Reverend Bish Â¬ op Louis G Dmtkv Secretary Bishops House Louisville Feby 22 07 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ March April May Aro the months in which to live espec- Â¬ ial attention to tho condition of your phsical health If you pass safely through these months and find yourself strong and vigorous on the airival of warmer weather you may reasonably expect that you will be well in summer Now is the time to take Hoods Sarsapa rilla berauso now is tho time when the blood must bo purified enriched and vi tali zed and because Hoods Saisiparilla ia tho only true blood purifier prominent- Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve ly in tho public eye today Hoods Sar The Best Salvk in tho world for Cuts Hiparilla bus power to mako you healthy Bruises Sores Ulcere Salt Rheum Fe and guard your system against disease ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Cornp and all Skin Eruptions Democrats Everywhere Devoted to and poBtively cures Piles or no pay reBryan quired It is guaranteed to give perfect Â¬ bo busy Next Sunday ia regular preaching day at tho Cumberlain Pretbytcrnn church e everybody como out and try to bo spiritually bettered Dave Duncan was hero Saturday lis- Â¬ Mrs Martha Hogue leaves for her tening to the candidates and soliciting home at Eufaula Alabama to day subscribers for the messenger Monday after a pleasant visit of two Maivo Bewloy Sack Frymire Bea weeks among relatives at this place Guedry Willie Tobin and Tom Richard If Mark Hanna desires a full quoto of eon went to Guston Friday to hero the pets for 1000 it would be well to bait speaking Ills dead fall silver Many of tho coons Mh8 Hattio Warfield entertained her will have quit nibbling at that yellow friends Saturday night in honor of Miss bait Bettio Richardson who has been her pC Mr John Kahal and Mits Franklo Nowbery wero united in the holy bonds guest for several daya Col J D of the News was here Sat- of uintrlraony Wednesday evening at urday killing two birds with ouo stone the home of the bride Bev J J Storm They have the best wishes looking after the interests of his excel- Â¬ officiating lent paper and listening to the candi- Â¬ of their many friends The sixteenth paragraph In tho Duko dates John Bruner and wlf j left Monday for column of last week was intended to The Dukes corres- Â¬ Louisville the latter to receive medical read in this way pondent to tho Plaindeaier cays that Mr treatment Lillie has been a hufferer for some time and her many friends here FJdred Powers has two best girls and hope tho treatment she receives will that he had better go West and grow up Mr Powers is not with the country prove n permanent euro tho Duko correspondent to tho Plain La grippe had a claim on your sciibe dealer and was unable to attend the speaking k44 CQ years aa our editor was on hand he can mako EXPERIENCE the articlo moro iuti resting from the general applause 1 think each candi elate scored a point in his favor and the general opinion is thoy nre all bordering on the edge of Hades getting pretty hot TRADE MARKS DESIGNS Wo noticed in some of tho letters COPYRIGHTS lc where tho woods were full of candidates Anyone tending n sketch nnd description mar whether an lurentlon la If the weather had not been so bad we quickly ascertain rrce Communications strictly probably patentable flcency rorsecurlnx the people of Meade county were going confidential Oldestliavo a Washington patents office In America Wo Patents taken turouKli Muim it Co rccvlre to petition the Lord High Mayor and special notice in tho his council of Brandenburg to stop all SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN clearing until afler tho 13th of March ttcautlfully Illustrated Inrccst circulation of anr sclontlflo Journal weekly terms 93 a year Candidates are so numerous wo were fliOelx months Specimen copies and 11 AN u a I raid some of tho trees would fall on Book on 1atknts sent rroo Address CO MUNN one or strike their saddle pockela which Now York 301 Urondnn waa almost aa bad for the contents of said pockets aro an Important factor in the present campaign 1 Â¬ Morde cia Dugan went to Louie vlllo Saturday to visit his eon Dr Du- Â¬ gan Clarence and Lillie Board Myrtle Noi ton and George Wiles were the guests of S J Brown and wife Jlltf XllIOI3 an nnd DR i wwm Speedily relieves and cures Coughs Colds Consumption Bronchitis Asthma Grippe Hoarseness Whooping Cough Croup and all diseases of the lungs and respiratory organs fl J PaXPAIttD ONLY BY tiO CcntH SJ lSVAMSVir C iMENDUNHALL U15 IND ajjjjBL Sold by SHORT HAYNES B O S W KY TI3yEE3 TJLBJLB Trains leave Louisville as follows S W IIAItWAY Cinclnnitl and the ht houii und the est No so No 6 No 8 8 sjam s 3 jam Iv Ioulul a 2 45pm 6 4ain 11 Jjaro Ar elncin ali 605pm Ar C lumbus 555pm 11 05pm 1115am S 35pm Ar Pittsburg 7 35am Ar Wrishiigton 650am 11 aoam 1 2opm Ar llaltiincre 750am Ar Ihi adephia 1015am 340 pm 13 3onn Ar New York 555pm Ar llottou 3ccptn 9051111 Vo iS haseletrtnt Pullman Iludet Parlor i Naln CnrtoCuicinnail rfiid Diawip reom bleeper andjr dning carsCinciiintti lu Washington Haitiinore PlnUuelphia and New York without changr Tran No 18 has cltgant Pullman 1arkrCarto Cincinnati and Pullman Dtnwing room and dining cars e inclunatl to Ntw York without change train No 39 has sleepers to Cincinnati open at g ollock to receive pasergeis O BA AH JO AlOTHEsl CUT Co St Louis SprlnQfield and the West Â¬ Â¬ Geo Yeakel THE GREAT M Louis Ar bpringfieM Ar Iv Lnidjvillo No 30 a 35am 13 3onn 8 40pm No 16 8333m 040pm Â¬ New York World Â¬ Tho World has polled by telegraph the Democratic regular organizations in all tho Statea on thia question Jf the Democratic National Contention met to morrow would Willium J Vryan again he chosen a the Democratic candidate for President 1 Tho result ia an extraordinary con- Â¬ cern us of opinion allowing with hardly an exception that the Demrcratic organ izations qverywhere as well aa the Dem- Â¬ ocratic National Committee are aa de Â¬ voted to Mr Bryan aa ever A majority of them believe that ho will not only bo nominated but elected in 1000 satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box Foit Saik hy A R Fisher North Vernon acccmodatlcn leans al 7 15 a m dally Chareslown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p in except bur day Tiuins Nos 16 36 and 44 haveelrgantdaycoaches Pul man parlor and sleeping caritu St Ltuli From 13 35 9 33am No 44 giopni 713am Bargain Store The first to bring High Prices down and are keeping DUKES Rain rain rain Mrs Emma Isom ia having the chills Roads badly washed out Tuesday night by a rain storm TNlorn Sunday March 7th to tho wife of Wave Rice a girl W T Burnott moved Into his new residence Wednesday Misses Sudio and Nora Newbory spent Sunday with Mfjes Mollio and Eva Downs them dowD Compare our prices with others 22 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar- 8 Good Green Colleo 25 yds Best Hoosier Cotton 1150 yels Pino Brown Sheeting 4 4 05 prs Mens Jeans Pants lined 1 snm 640 p m 1315 noon a m 330 a m From West -- 7 sea m 13 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southern corner Fourth and Main ittcets Depot Seventh und river lor dt tail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dinlre cats etc addnss It S BItOWN O S V Ky District Pas Ticket Agent It 4th uud Main Loulsvdle Ky crj M CHESSBROUGH Cincral Pasengcr Aeent Cincinnati Ohio 7 Ct Eat TUAINS AIlltlVE II General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio AU1EL Assistant 00 00 05 GO 100 1 BANK or HAHDI1TSBURG Capital Stock 125 000 Surplus 7 600 D P BEARD President WIEL MILLER Vlce Preildont M II BEARD OasMer O W BEARD Seeing the Sights of the Capital Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ed relatives hero Saturday and 8uudaj A It KINCIIEIOK W K IIAUNES Doc says there la onti pretty girl Jn Dav Beautiful Window Shades worth ie Hi county 40c BARNES KINCHELOE 25 50 Hon It J Tindlo and wife Frank 52 prs Juce Curtains north 75c 05 ATTORNEYS LA Clark aud wife and Mrs Clara Campbell 10 pes Nico Heavy Canton Flannel From Cripple Creek 00 prs Mens Suspenders worth 35c 15 HARDINSBUrtO KY After tho blgflro in Cripple Creek I were tho guests Saturday of Mr Nat Nelson Seamless Socks only six Collections and enforcement hi lien given took a very severe cold and tried many Starks and wife prs to each cuttomers 05 special attentisi 5 Rev John Lay after being confliieel to remedies without help tho cold only be- Â¬ 2 prs Ladles Black Hose worth coming more settled After using three his room for somo time withncripplo Usmall bottles of Chamberlains Cough foot and leg wo aro glad to say is ablo If you ever saw baruains yo J will Gii to go about again ti Remedy both tho cough and cold left see them now T J Pate T II Burnett and your 1 Big Box of me and in thia altitude it takes a meriGood Neat Printing Embroidery Itomnauts ecrlbp wero In Hawesvilie Weluesday torious cougli remedy to do any good 1 price G B HKNDititsov editor Dally Adver- Â¬ merchants lawyers aud candidates ail 7 Inch Whito Wssh Brushes Is just as essential to 10 w tiser For sale by A It Fisher Drug Good Heavy Straw Matting only 10 success In business gist P DISEASES OP TUB SKIN One lot Mens White Lauudred as your rating with The intense itching and smarting Inci Â¬ Shirts t 50 Will Help Cuba dent to eczema tetter salt rlicum niiil other Ono lot Mens Suits worth 14 00 any of the mcrchan 2 00 Mr B 8 Ware express messenger on dUesea of tho skin is Instantly allayed by Boys Kneo Pant Suits 7a applying Chamberlains Eyo anil tilo agencies Write tho Texas road baa rojlgnod his posi- Ointment Many very bad eauca havo Skin Mens Flno Fur Hats 03 been us for prices and tion to take effect March 5 Shortly af- permanently cured by It It is equally n ter that date Mr Waro will leave for efficient for Ifchlnor tillm ami a fvnrli The Great Bargain Store samples All Work edy for sore chaiipeel Cuba and will enlist with tho Cubans wains frost nipplesand clironlohands chll bltat soro cyoa guaranteed ii and help them In their fight for Inde For tale by druggists at 20 cents jwr box pendence He has been in tho expriBi GEO YEAKEL CO Try Dr Cadyf Conditio rewikrs they Breckenridge News companys service for a number of years and la a tried and trusty man ttoa TohIgjLIocxI purifier ami vermifuge IRANKNIUM HY seeseeeeeeel Â¬ 1 Tho Washington correspondent of tho County Attor- Â¬ Courier Journal rajs ney II N Miller and Cyrus Pate of Breckenridge county got in this after- Â¬ noon The first place they struck was the Capitol where they called on Repre- Â¬ sentative Lewis Neither gentlemen is after an clllco They are here to attend the inauguration an seo the sights of the capital Step down and out Grover for here comes Mac with a little bigger burden for the poor mana back Mrs Martha Hogue and her neic Mrs Emma Isom Is visiting this week at Mr and Mrs Frank Clarks Mr Doc Pate of Daviess county visit Â¬ One lot Boys odd Coats sizes 0810 GO One lot Ladies and Childrens Hata worth 60c 10 30 pre Ladies Calf Bal Shoes 75 Ask to see our ino Childrens shoes 35 48 prs Mens lino shoes worth 175 100 Big Cut In Carpets nnd Wall Papor MORRIS EdKRIDOE 1 V RM - -- Directors V JOLLY INTERESTPAID J ON TIME DEPOSITS i S AT Â¬ K C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ seesH v iAfegfrf ti